You won't see me coming....
...or 'awareness' is really prized in Iceland?
"When he was ten years old, on 30 July 1898 whilst on a family holiday on the Isle of Lismore, near Oban in Scotland, a gun lying across young Thomas's knee went off, killing his father. This accident haunted Sopwith for the rest of his life. He lived to 101."Guns are dangerous, and children should not have access to them.
Sorry Anonymous but guns are inanimate objects, they do nothing on their own, it is people that misuse them generally through ignorance or malice. The gun was in a locked cupboard and the kid unlocked it to get the gun. The only problem was the person that put it away left it loaded - a no no.
The gun was in a locked cupboardwith obviously a piss-poor lock
"Guns are dangerous, and children should not have access to them."Not unsupervised access, certainly, as Ivan points out."with obviously a piss-poor lock"Indeed! Or one that wasn't locked at all. How can anyone tell after the fact?
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