An accidental shooting kills a child every other day — far more than the government reports

“Bryson shot himself last January with a .22-caliber Derringer his grandmother kept under the bed. It was an accident, but one that could be blamed on many factors, from his grandmother's negligence to the failure of government and industry to find ways to prevent his death and so many others.”

We need to strengthen our Child Access Prevention laws to protect our children from accidental deaths and suicide. Please contact us to get involved in protecting our children necgv@ncgv.org.

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