I know I'm on tender ground with this due to the political nature of it, but here goes: My wife went to the Dr. last week and was told they were updating their records and had a questionnaire for her to fill out. Seemingly, not a big deal. Amongst all the routine stuff such as name, SS#, medical history, etc. was a question that asked if there were any "unsecured firearms" in our home. Admittedly, my wife and I are not "gun people", but she was shocked by this question and refused to answer it. I'm sure the rationalization behind this may be due to potential prescription drug side-effects causing suicidal tendencies, etc. but has anyone else experienced this? Any medical office workers on here that can lend any additional rationalization to such an inquiry?