Re: Cable lock or Trigger lock
I bought a Smith 337 PD some years ago, and was amazed that the trigger lock, supplied by Smith and Wesson, weighed MORE than the revolver!
My honest solution to your quandry would be to move the heck out of Canada! Texas has laws, as do many other states in the US, about the leaving about of a weapon, accessible to children, but, if the kids are brought up right (mine, both girls, have shot competitively since 8 or 9), there is never an issue with securing the weapon.
12 or 13 years ago, a 13 year old, living up the road from me, was in his dad's garage reloading shotgun shells when three guys attempted to break into the house next door. he put three in his shotgun told them to "cease and desist", or something like that, and after a verbal assault, and them moving in on him, shot all three. One buried, one permanently maimed, all three wounded, the survivors were convicted of "Burglary of a Habitation" (Felony), and Assault (Misdemeanor). The young man was praised by the neighbors, LEO's on the scene, and his Dad. Grand Jury "No Billed" him.
The way it's supposed to work!
We got room, if you want to make life a LOT simpler, as long as you vote conservative. C'mon down!
Don't start no s**t and there won't be none, Terry
Last edited by stash247; 05-02-2005 at 12:01 AM..