Not sure if this has been posted, but things like this are a good reminder. Remember to always educate friends and loved ones about the importance of gun safety, even to children. What age? As soon as they can understand. http://carteach0.blogspot.com/2010/02/glens-story-cautionary-tale-for.html I take gun safety very seriously. I've never had a ND, and I owe it to my father for teaching me gun safety repeatedly since I could talk (retired OSP). However, being around firearms for 24 years and owning several myself, I've noticed I have become comfortable around them. Its that comforting feeling that makes me uncomfortable, because I can remember a day when it wasn't just the training that kept me safe, but the fear itself. What keeps me sharp is knowing this...handle firearms long enough, and it's not a matter of IF, but WHEN. You WILL have a ND at some point in your life. The question is, when it happens, did you follow the proper procedures? Be safe everyone.