Why doesn't the pediatrician ask about chemicals, stairs, pools, large breed dogs, smoking, alcohol, sneaky uncles, violent stepparents or any of a thousand other things in a household that could be hazardous to a child if used or stored improperly ? Nope, other than asking about car seats once, nothing else is mentioned... except guns, three times... They asked if there were guns in the home twice, then suggested that any guns in the home should be stored seperate from ammo. Im not sure what she thought of my 'a gun without anmo is less useful than a club' comment. If its not on me, it's locked up in one of three safes. One biometric handgun safe, one electronic combo safe, and one keyed 8-rifle safe. I have the keys on me at all time. But, all three pistols stay condition 0, the 12ga stays condition 1, and the LR308 stays condition 3, spare mags and ammo for everything. Everything else is unloaded. A gun without a round in the chamber is all but useless in a SD/HD situation, and I keep my weapons status in reflection of this. Most importantly, we discuss gun safety often, with frequent random 'quizzes'. We discuss gun safety even with toy weapons.