In Sunday’s Rationally Selfish Webcast, I answered the following question about kids and guns:
Should people give up their guns when they have kids? Many people think that having guns in the house with kids is terribly risky, if not child endangerment. They say that the kids might get to the guns, even if locked away, and injure or even kill themselves in an accidental discharge. Is that right? If parents choose to keep their guns in the house, what should they do to minimize the risk of injury?
Here’s my answer, now posted to YouTube:
In essence: Don’t try to kid-proof guns, but instead, gun-proof your kids by training them in the principles of gun safety.
Links mentioned in the webcast include: