Brady opposes trigger locks?
Below I comment on Brady Campaign and prohibitionism: I just found a rather concrete example. According to USA Today, the National Shooting Sports Foundation is on a campaign to give away free trigger locks, and has already given out 28 million of them. And the response of anti-firearms groups (which are supposed to be concerned about gun accidents, and have promoting laws requiring trigger locks) is--
"Howard, of the Brady Campaign, also objects to federal funding of the program. The campaign's second phase received $30 million from the Justice Department.
"It should be a program where the industry pays for it," he says. "It just speaks to the incredible level of friendship between the gun industry and the government."
Violence Policy Center:
""Even the best child safety lock program is only going to prevent a very few deaths among very young children," says Kristen Rand, legislative director for the Violence Policy Center, a Washington-based group that supports a national ban on handguns."