SO, this is a tough one to swallow... and Im not sure how it is going to turn out. My ex wife, who just lost a custody case, where I was awarded sole custody of our two children (8&11) for the second time. After being vindicated by a court ordered custody evaluation, etc. I made it through the ringer against all of the wild complaints made, that included saying that my kids were mentally ill and suicidal. Did I mention that they were 8 and 11? Anyhow, after crawling through every orifice of my life, we won. Now the ex has sent CPS after me claiming that there are guns in the house, and some other minor things, but CPS said that the guns were their priority. So after showing that I had a safe and my guns are locked up, except for a couple of muzzleloaders in the garage. She asks about ammunition (seems this is a big deal with them, maybe bigger than the guns) so the ammo is in the garage, in a large box which I hadnt locked nor did I lock the garage door. We had just gone camping over the weekend and I hadnt finished putting everything away. Honestly though Im not aware that I had to lock up the ammo too. I have a lockable door to the garage, but again, it was unlocked when she came here, so.... Anyone else have to go through any kind of scrutiny over having guns? Or not having ammo locked up? The other wild card is that my son knows a good amount about guns, my guns... Ive never made a point of hiding them and making it a taboo. When I was a kid, my parents tried that and I jimmied the gun cabinet open and handled them when no one was around. I didnt want my kids fulfilling their curiosity that way so my policy has always been that if you want to see the guns. Ask. Ive taught proper handling and safety to both kids and never once have they betrayed those teachings. However, my son is also into star wars, etc... plays video games that he shouldnt when hes at his moms... therefore, like a lot of kids that age isnt shy about things being blown up and all of that stuff. My fear is that he said stuff like that to the investigator, whether prompted or not, and that these things will be taken out of context and used to paint my son as dangerous and therefore I am allowing access to weapons and ammunition to a dangerous kid. Follow me so far? Okay. well. My openness about guns may have backfired on me. Im afraid Im going to lose this case over this stuff. Have any of you guys, in OR or WA had to face this? PM me if you dont want to post here. I can use all the advice I can get.