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How to Talk to Other Parents About Having Guns in the House

The benefit of the awkward conversation may be that play date injuries are never worse than a skinned knee.

Whether you’re a parent who doesn’t (and would never) own a gun or part of a family that loves hunting with a dozen weapons under lock and key, there’s an awkward conversation worth having with other parents.

If your kid is going to be spending much time at a friend’s house, it’s up to you to ask the other family: Do you keep guns at home? If so, how do you store them?

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