Help Project ChildSafe Promote Gun Safety; Win Prizes
June 02, 2017
Project ChildSafe is the largest, most comprehensive firearm safety education program in the U.S.
It was developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearms industry, and is committed to promoting genuine firearm safety through the distribution of safety education messages and free firearmÂ Safety Kits.
From Project ChildSafe news release
Project ChildSafe, with the support of the National Shooting Sports Foundation and its partners, has launched the third annual Friends and Family campaign in its effort to promote gun safety.
Over the course of the next five weeks, the organizationÂ will be giving away amazing prizes from itsÂ partners to help spread the message of safe storage and responsible firearms ownership.
Share Project ChildSafe resources, messages and gun safety tips for your chance to win. Â Terms and conditions apply.
Campaign Week 1: May 30 '“ June 2, 2017
- Prize 1: .22LR AR Conversion Kit, Bravo, w/3 Magazines, courtesy of CMMG Inc
- Prize 2: Crimson Trace CMR-205 Rail Master Pro Universal Red Laser Sight, courtesy of Crimson Trace
Campaign Week 2: June 5- 9, 2017
- Prize 1: Nikon's BLACK FORCE1000 Riflescope, courtesy of Nikon
- Prize 2: Nikon's MONARCH 7i VR Laser Rangefinder, courtesy of Nikon
Campaign Week 3: June 12 '“ 16, 2017
- Prize 1: ShotLock Shotgun 200M Solo-Vault, courtesy of ShotLock
- Prize 2: ShotLock Handgun 200E Solo-Vault, courtesy of ShotLock
Campaign Week 4: June 19 '“ 23, 2017
- Prize 1 & 2: RFiD Hand Gun Safe, courtesy of Winchester Safes
Campaign Week 5: June 26 '“ 30, 2017
- GRAND PRIZE: Bandit 9 Gun Safe, courtesy of Winchester Safes
Winners will be announced on Facebook and Twitter each Friday during the campaign period at 3 pm EDT and followed up with via email.
Get more info on this program
Project ChildSafe Fact Sheet
Project ChildSafe is a nationwide educational program that promotes the safe storage of rearms in the home. The program raises awareness about firearm safety by distributing gun locks and educational material to gun owners.
For years, Project ChildSafe was a component of "Project Safe Neighborhoods," a federal gun violence-prevention initiative, and was supported by grants from the U.S. Department of Justice with additional funding from the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF). In 2015, NSSF was awarded a $2.4 million grant by the U.S. Department of Justice. The funds from this cooperative agreement will go toward reaching more people about the importance of rearm safety, as well as providing safety kits, including a gun lock, in Project ChildSafe Communities throughout the country, to encourage responsible rearm storage and help reduce rearm accidents, theft and misuse.
ABOUT PROJECT CHILDSAFE
- The goal of Project ChildSafe is to help gun owners take proper steps to securely store their rearms when not in use in order to keep rearms out of the wrong hands.
- Project ChildSafe provides responsible gun owners with the tools and information they need to securely store their guns away from unauthorized persons, including children, at-risk individuals and criminals.
- Project ChildSafe has partnered with 15,000 law enforcement agencies in communities across the country.
- Project ChildSafe has the support of more than 1,200 industry organizations, and works cooperatively with state sh and wildlife agencies across the U.S. to promote safe rearm handling and storage.
- Since 2003, 37 million rearm safety kits (including a cable-style gun locking device, lock-installment instructions and a safety booklet) have been distributed free of charge to gun owners through partnerships with law enforcement in all 50 states and ve U.S. territories.
- Every day, NSSF receives 5-10 new requests for hundreds of rearm safety kits from law enforcement agencies.
- Fatal rearms accidents in all age groups dropped by 31 percent between 2003 and 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They now constitute less than half of one percent of all fatal accidents in the U.S.
Gun owners who wish to receive a free safety kit should contact a participating law enforcement agency in their area.