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# 1. A 28-page reference which explains how guns are designed, how they function and how gun owners think and talk about their guns. Includes a glossary of terms, pictures and descriptions of current types and models of guns and allows physicians to feel more comfortable when engaged in gun counseling.


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#2. A 20-page reference which lists 10 questions that gun owners will ask medical professionals during counseling sessions and information plus readings that will enable counselors to provide substantive answers.


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#3. A bound pamphlet which explains why certain guns are more lethal and dangerous than others.


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#4. A bound pamphlet which explains why assault rifles are such threats to community health.


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#5.  A rack card  handout which gives some basic talking points about
gun risks which can be shared with older adults.


#4.  A rack card  handout about gun risk that physicians and parents can give to children and adolescents before they move from being interested in guns to acquiring guns.


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#5. A rack card handout which tells caregivers and other visitors how to deal with guns in a home where they provide professional services.


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#8. A rack card handout which gives women a balanced view on using a gun for self-defense.

#9. A rack card handout which covers how an at-risk individual should be protected from himself.

#10. A 25-page reference which explains the design and functions of different types of guns.

#11.  A 20-page text which covers safety issues with patients who may not understand or acknowledge gun risk..



#12.  All 10 publications in one package for easy personal  reference or as a clinical resource for all caregivers.