They found that so far in 2015:
• 13 toddlers have killed themselves with guns
• 18 other small children injured themselves
• 10 injured other people
• Two killed other people
[From The Telegraph dated October 15, 2015]
That's just in 2015, and the year isn't over yet. 15 deaths from toddlers - almost half the death toll for a decade from the now-banned cribs.
The second amendment reads:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Armed toddlers do not constitute a "well regulated militia." People who leave loaded guns where toddlers can use them do not constitute a "well regulated militia." People whose guns go off accidentally in their pocket or their purse do not constitute a "well regulated militia."
Continuing with the article:
The states with the most restrictive gun laws didn't have any recorded toddler shootings. California regulates gun sales quite heavily, requiring those who buy guns to pass a written safety test, and only guns from a very stringent roster can be sold.
If we can save babies and toddlers from cribs, we should be able at least reduce the harm from guns. The death count is FAR higher.
* It turns out that our church is a sponsor for The Furniture Project, although, in the last twelve years, I'd never heard of the project. Our church's website is very pretty, but not very useful.**
** I just looked at it - you can't even tell from the website that our church has a choir! Then we wonder why people don't join the choir?!