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Keeping children safe around guns

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Project ChildSafe has teamed up with a number of eastern Oklahoma police departments to keep children safe around guns. That is why they are distributing 215,000 cable-style gun locks in Oklahoma.

Project ChildSafe reminds all gun owners to be responsible and keep weapons away from children.

To find out if your community is participating in the free gun lock program, log on to their web site.
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