School Shootings Stats — 3 Comments

    • In the paper, they denote that it is the archaic description of any primary education building.

      In the 1980s and early 1900s, many counties still had one-room or on-building schools, and they were routinely called “school houses”.

  1. Every firearms owner must be aware that owning a firearm comes with a great deal of responsibility. Knowing the four cardinal rules of shooting is but one of them. Securing your firearms so that those who should not be able to get to them are stymied, whether in a gun safe, with firearms locks, or otherwise rendering the firearm unshootable is equally as important. Hiding your firearm is not on that list simply because it quite simply doesn’t work. Children are particularly inquisitive and amazingly adept at finding things adults consider to be well-hidden. The threat of dire consequences for touching a carelessly available firearm is great, but far from fool-proof. Lock ’em up so that you don’t get locked up.

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