A better title is the Brady Lie sheet.
First: The 2004 data is only preliminary and the data that they discuss is not released.
Second: In the 2003 data, http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr54/nvsr54_13.pdf
on page 33 you will find the information you need.
Third: In the 2004 preliminary data most areas show a slight decrease over 2003 so the 2003 data is good to use.
Fourth: The preliminary 2004 data that is available does not agree with any of the data they use.
Fifth : There is no break in the data to get the figures that they use. The age breaks are under 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-14 years and 15-24 years.
Sixth: They say about 8 children under 19 years of age are killed every day by a gun. They would have to make up that data as it does not exist. It is true that during 2003 365 children 14 and under were killed by someone using a firearm, which is very sad, but that is far less than 8 per day.
Lie after Lie after Lie, but when you open a box of snakes, you know what you will find.