My wife has a small daycare business in our home and is subject to regular inspections by the state. My wife casually informed me the other day that during a routine inspection, they asked if there were any firearms in the house and if they were secured. My wife indiscriminately took the inspector to the room in our home, outside of where the daycare is, and showed them my two gun cabinets. I don't keep them in a fire proof safe. They're just metal cabinets made by Stack-on. I keep my firearms in one and my ammo, cleaning and reloading supplies in the other. She said they were happy that they were secured and ammo and guns were kept separate. They asked where the keys were kept and my wife said I had control of them. Which is true, but the spare set is kept in our safe, which she has access to. I don't think they had any desire to look inside and I think the questions were genuine in the sense that many accidents happen every year where children are hurt or killed by loose firearms. However, I don't think the questions were respectful of my privacy. My wife unknowingly revealed to them something that I was not exactly comfortable sharing and with all the recent news articles that I'm reading about people unhappy about similar questions from their doctors, I feel that I'm not alone. I was a little shocked when she first told me what happened, but I bit my tongue and decided to digest the information before I spoke my feelings. I do know that she has a stressful job and is subject to constant scrutiny. Therefore, she most likely acted with an intention to please her inspectors. She also is not very interested in my firearms and I would think that she would be unaware of any privacy considerations with them. I think she acted with good intentions, but I can't help but be slightly uncomfortable with what she revealed to them, or maybe I'm over reacting. I would be happy to hear your opinions.