Jenkintown, PA (PRWEB) January 7, 2006
When the Consumer Product Safety Council tested and failed 30 of the 32 then-available trigger and cable locks for guns, it opened the door for a new technology that would keep kids--and anyone who is untrained in firearms handling--safe. After six years of testing and development, an entirely new, patented child safety technology for firearms is now available to every parent, grandparent, and responsible gun owner: the Child Guard CS-100.
According to J. Terry Riebling, an NRA Life Member, gun writer, and inventor of the Child Guard firearm safety device, "When we decided to develop a new technology that would keep kids safe from firearms, we based our design on the features, function, and benefits that we know gun owners, shooters, and hunters need and want. We own firearms and we’re hunters who have also shot competitively, so we feel we understand what our buyers are looking for in a safety mechanism."
Unlike any other firearm safety device currently available on the market, the Child Guard CS-100 isn’t a "one-size-fits-all" solution to keeping kids safe from unauthorized use of a firearm. Some of the unique design features of Child Guard CS-100 firearm safety device are:
The Child Guard CS-100 firearm safety device is also lightweight and reinforced with stronger-than-steel tungsten carbide for exceptional cut resistance and security without compromising the possible need for quick emergency use of firearms.
Riebling adds: "If you have kids, grandchildren, or guests that visit your home who are unskilled or untrained in safe firearms handling and management, please, invest a few minutes that could save a life. This is the most advanced child safety technology for firearms ever placed under patent protection."
About Child Guard
For over six years, J. Terry Riebling, an NRA Life Member, competitive shooter, and gun writer, collaborated with a retired US Marine Weapons Platoon Sergeant to develop an entirely new, advanced technology that would keep their own children safe from firearms. Several patents later they created Child Guard CS-100, a breakthrough child safety device for firearms.