My greadson, age six, was visiting today. He was playing with an old H&R revolver that belonged to my grandfather. My wife, anti-gun person to the max, freaked out. So, I took it from him and then handed it back asking, "Alston, what's the first thing we do when someone hands us a gun?" He popped it open and said, "We check to be sure it's unloaded Grand Dad". My wife didn't exactly faint away, but she came close... After some reflection, she did agree it was probably a good thing to teach he grandkids gun safety. Much like looking both ways before crossing the street. She doesn't like it, but she does agree (reluctantly) it's better than total ignorance. Now, if only I could get her to join me at the range... Am I the only one in this situation?