The Saratogian has an interesting article about this subject, one which includes both sides of the argument. Here's the final paragraph, a quote from Capt. Michael Chowske of the Saratoga Springs Police Department.
“If you are going to spend three, four or $500 on a handgun, spending $50 on a locking box is not a big deal,” he said. He pointed out there is no law requiring people to do it, but he said “as a police officer, a father and a grandfather, it is my opinion that they should be locked up.”
What do you think "they" refers to in the final sentence?
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