This billboard seen in the wild in rural, deep Red, North Carolina.


I guess they realized that an anti-gun ad wouldn’t go over well in an area where open cary in the Wal-Mart is normal and half the vehicles have some sort of gun brand, pro-gun, or NRA sticker on the window.

Nevertheless, I give credit where credit is due.

This is a good ad and I agree with it completely.

Store your guns safely.

It keeps them out of the hands of children, criminals, and other people who shouldn’t touch them.

That saves lives.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “The one time I will agree with Brady”
    1. Indeed. These people would have it be illegal to keep loaded guns in your home at all, under any circumstances. Safe storage for them means unloaded guns, locked in a safe, with trigger guards in place, at all times, even when you are home, with ammunition “secured” in a different location. Don’t forget their desire for the police to be able to conduct warrantless searches of your home to ensure compliance. These are all things they have called for.

    2. Exactly.

      Their idea of “safe storage” is disassembled down to a box of parts, with the parts kept at the police station, and the ammunition in a bunker under City Hall, and you only able to access one or the other on Feb 29th, but only when it falls on a Wednesday.
      If you want both, you’d have to get approval from the ATF, and have a mental health exam in hand, but only good for 24 hours.

  1. Like a lot of their catchphrases, it sounds good on the surface. Then you get to the meat and find out they want to then make you liable for anything that happens to/with the guns if you don’t follow their definition of ‘safe storage’.

    Then they get to play the game of ‘gun owners are unreasonable’ when we call them on it.

  2. On that note, the National Shooting Sports Foundation has saved more lives with Project Childsafe than Brady Watts and Bloomberg combined.
    Also the most widely disseminated gun safety training is the NRA’s Eddie Eagle. If you want to tie a “gun safety “advocate in knots take them at face value and immediately drag them into the gun lobby, or force them to say gun control.

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