Project Childsafe has announced a new series of videos aimed at diverse demographics to support new and future gun owners with firearms security.
Funded by means of a grant by the Bureau of Justice Help and created in conjunction with the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the 3 new videos in the “Many Paths to Firearm Safety” series highlights distinct gun owners and the methods they take to safe guns when not in use.
“These new videos emphasize the significance of securing firearms safely in the property,” mentioned BJA Director Jon Adler in a statement. “We want to make sure that personally owned firearms are only accessible by their law-abiding, legal owners, and not by unsupervised kids, criminals or persons who may harm themselves.”
The roughly two-minute videos are told from the viewpoint of Mateo, who is beginning a new loved ones and keeps a gun for property defense David, a lifelong hunter who retailers his sporting guns in the property and Whitney, a new gun owner in a negative neighborhood.