Interactions at the Point of Firearm Purchase and Subsequent Use of Locking Devices
Examines if firearms retailers notifying purchasers about included cable locks at the point of sale improves subsequent locking device use and gun safety practices. Analyzes 2 samples of firearms owners with sample 2 broken down further into subsamples by 3 states: Minnesota, Mississippi, and New Jersey. Includes data on firearms cable lock usage for all samples as well as demographic breakdowns in the Minnesota sample, including age, sex, race/ethnicity, and rurality.
Shelby L. Bandel, Allison E. Bond, Michael D. Anestis
Injury Epidemiology, 10, 11
Injuries · Public health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Minnesota · Mississippi · New Jersey