PolitiFact checked Brady’s figures with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention database and found that from 2007 to 2011–latest data available-14,258 children died of gunshot wounds. That makes it 7.81 deaths per day, close enough to Brady’s figures. The fact that it is even one per day is too much. These incidents include accidental shootings by adults, kids who find unsecured guns, gang violence, suicide and planned mass shootings. Brady acknowledged their error citing a volunteer incorrectly using the number nine for deaths. Eight is correct and they said the nine represents children unintentionally shot daily who survive, which is in addition to the eight who die. Any way you look at this the outcome is pathetic.