As for accidental deaths, I assume you mean children:
# In 1999, 3,385 children and youth ages 0-19 years were killed with a gun. This includes homicides, suicides, and unintentional injuries.
# This is equivalent to about 9 deaths per day, a figure commonly used by journalists.
# The 3,385 firearms-related deaths for age group 0-19 years breaks down to:Four teen boys
* 214 unintentional
* 1,078 suicides
* 1,990 homicides
* 83 for which the intent could not be determined
* 20 due to legal intervention
Gun Safety for Kids and Youth: Your Child: University of Michigan Health System
This study shows that in 1 urban population, the incidence of unintended gun death among children is 6 times higher than current data sources suggest. These findings indicate that unintentional gun death is not to be discounted in prevention planning and that manner of death data should be used with caution in making any inference regarding the intentionality of a firearm death.
Are "Accidental" Gun Deaths as Rare as They Seem? A Comparison of Medical Examiner Manner of Death Coding With an Intent-Based Classification Approach -- Schaechter et al. 111 (4): 741 -- Pediatrics
Overall accidental is larger:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated 52,447 deliberate and 23,237 accidental non-fatal gunshot injuries in the United States during 2000.[4
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Accidental Discharge of Firearms 776
Death Statistics Tables
From a pro gun site:
(B) The number of accidental gun deaths per year, all age groups, is 1,500.
US Gun Statistics