gun safes on radar where 4-year-old shoots playmate
JACKSON, N. J. — For a month these days-year- The old man accidentally killed him here-year- The old playmate, a few people came to the store of Cyrus sevale, hoping to buy a combination gun safe. \"Most of the time you will find that gun owners are very responsible,\" said Seervai, owner of sporting goods in Pineland. \"But once in a while an apple or two may be a bad apple. Story: The investigation in the boy\'s death story continues: on Monday night, the boy shot and killed his deputy\'s wife in a flashyear- The old boy found a rifle with bullets on his Thomas river. J. Take it home and he\'s playing outside with Brandon Holt. A bullet hit Brandon in the head, 6-year- Old was declared dead the next day. The Atlantic County prosecutor\'s office is working on the case as the Gunners family is in contact with marine County law enforcement and as of noon on Friday, the office has not charged the case. Since Brandon\'s death, the national debate around gun safety has touched on the issue of gun owners getting guns from children, a clause that is not included in guns -- The controls survived Thursday\'s critical vote in Washington\'s Senate. Saturday in Lebanon, Tennessee. , another 4-year- The old man picked up a gun and lay on the bed, and the sheriff\'s deputy was showing the guests other guns. It\'s loaded with no gun lock. The boy shot and killed the deputy sheriff\'s wife. The owners of Seervai and several other shops that sell guns say they often ask gun buyers how to protect their weapons. Story: Seervai said that the child killed by a gun is twice the price of a cancer combination safe for $300 to $3,000, and the price of a gun lock is only a few dollars. Biometric fingerprint impression safe, which can only be opened with the owner\'s fingerprint, can be purchased for $400 or less. \"When we sell guns, we push gun safety,\" said Bill Sherman, owner of the shooting pistol range off Lakewood Coast, New York. J. \"It\'s careless for someone to put their guns on and take them out. Sherman says his policy is to ask buyers if they have children and how they plan to store guns. After Hurricane Sandy, Sherman saw an increase in sales of gun safety measures as shopkeepers feared robbery. Buy guns at Tip\'s Hardware in West Creek, north of the United States. J. Owner Tom Gormley said make sure their guns are safe. \"People are very clear about this,\" Gormley said . \". All the pistols in the Gormley store must be sold with some sort of locking mechanism unless they already have a locking mechanism. Gormley said the rifle was not legally required to be sold with this device, but most manufacturers made one in the gun.