That depends. I bet this bloke doesn't get out of bed at night to go for a pee without strapping on his mobile arsenal.
On the other hand, somebody is shot dead by a toddler aged under five on average once per week in America. Toddlers shoot more people than terrorists in America, and they don't spend much time driving.
But that 9 year old I was reading about this morning who got into an argument with his sister about a play station controller didn't jump into his dads car and run her over he grabbed his dads gun and Boom head shot.
Yup and poor parenting skills, to boot. If a 9 year old can easily access your firearm you have failed. Not to mention if the child feels like they can get it willy nilly, the parents clearly did not set some serious ground rules for the child. To be honest firearms education and respect or lack of, is a huge part of the problem here. I grew up with a 1SG for a parent. I would have gotten my ass handed to me for messing with the guns without his permission and him present.