The NRA’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program is a gun accident prevention program that seeks to help parents, law enforcement, community groups and educators teach children what do if they ever come across a gun:
1) STOP! 2) Don’t Touch! 3) Run Away! 4) Tell A Grown-up!
Since 1988, Eddie Eagle and his Wing Team have reached more than 29 million children in all 50 states. This groundbreaking safety program empowers parents and adult leaders to have critically important conversations about gun safety with children, beginning a dialogue that helps youths develop lasting responsible behaviors and understand the importance of their safety and the safety of those around them – an essential element of combatting domestic violence.
That’s why we’re honored to partner with the Bearing Arms Against Domestic Violence Campaign. For parents who have firearms for self defense in their home, the fun, educational lessons of the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program are the perfect tools to help ensure children learn what to do when they find a firearm, giving peace of mind to parents who choose to exercise their Second Amendment rights.