My oldest son just celebrated his third birthday. One day, it’s going happen. One of my sons will ask me the questions all parents dread. “Daddy, where do guns come from?” He’s already staring at my Glock 22 as it sits safely in my duty holster. He likes to trace the curved polymer handle as it protrudes up from the confines of its secured home. [The gun is in a SS3 holster. My other guns are in a safe with a digital combination lock. I have a smaller safe for my BUG.] My boys will learn about my guns and gun safety at an early age. But when exactly is it the right time for kids to have their first hands-on experience with a real firearm?