Long story here. I promise to get to my point. I have a 13 year old son that enjoys hunting with me. I also have week to week joint custody with his mother. About a week ago he told me he was at his mother's and thought he saw a rabbit in some high grass and shot at it with his pellet gun. Turns out it was a cat. That's really all he said. He sounded kind of upset, but I honestly made nothing of it either way. I know as a kid I shot a lot of squirrels, rabbits, and birds with pellet guns and if he did hit a cat I know it was an honest mistake. Also my son is sort of unique. Honestly he is about as mature as an 11yr old and as big as an adult. He just turned 13 last month. He is 6'2" tall. All this has led to him being socially awkward. I have asked him not to talk about guns or politics in school because honestly it's such a touchy subject. All had been fine till this past week. His guidance Counselor calls me to tell me he was caught talking to a kid in class about both shooting a cat and removing the guts from a wild hog. I informed the Counselor the cat incident happened at mom's house and the cleaning of the hog was something that comes with hunting. Here is my concern. . . . Ultra liberal public schools might send child services to my house. My son has two bolt action guns I allow him to keep in his room with the bolts removed and locked in my room. I bet the uneducated system would not realize that equates to a gun that simply cannot fire without the bolt. Should I ... A. Keep the guns locked in my room now B. Keep things as is C. Say to heck with the system if they come knocking on my door tell them to go to hell without a warrant. Also how would you approach your son with this?