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Old 10-01-2012, 06:29   #12
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Until your child is big enough to disarm you, you really don't have a much to worry about except when you are asleep.

Keep your firearm on your body or locked up in a good solid safe with quick access for those times you hear a bump in the night.

Well, there is one thing to worry about...that time you are in a crowd of people and your child announces to everyone, "My daddy is carrying a gun!"
Retired...sort of!
It's time for my nap...where's my hammock?
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