“According to a study by the RAND Corporation using statistics from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1.4 million homes have firearms stored in a way that makes them accessible to the wrong hands – children, at-risk youth, potential thieves, and those who intend to harm themselves or others.” Even if that’s true, 62 children under the age of 14 died from negligent discharges in 2010. How many of these involved unlocked guns? Not known. And as I’ve said before, there’s an implied message here: lock-up your guns and you’re done. The kids can’t get them. Tell that to Adam Lanza’s mom. Oh wait. Anyway . . .