Mashable’s gun safety questions to three [I’m sure randomly selected] kids are straightforward enough. But the question about reporting a stolen gun within one year depends entirely on where they live. I wouldn’t expect a child to know that answer. Nor would I be concerned if they didn’t. It’s not their responsibility. Question 7 on transportation is couched in legalese; I wouldn’t expect a child to understand. Question 8 is a trick question. And so on. How would your children answered have these questions at a similar age?