Project ChildSafe, Bangor police hand out free gun locks at Bangor Mall
Even one accidental death from a firearm left unattended or accidentally discharged is one too many, Steve Sanetti, president and CEO of the National Sports Shooting Foundation, said Sunday at a firearms safety event held at the Bangor Mall.
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#1 Oct 7, 2013
Firearms safety advice from the police department headed up by Barney Fife? Awesome.
Hopefully, the chief will take advantage of these free locks, and won't shoot himself again.
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