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teach the children.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by WAGCEVP, Aug 14, 2003.

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    WAGCEVP Member

    May 26, 2003
    from a friend who is a lawyer in Utah:Subject: Teach the Children


    I was asked to teach a class on gun safety at my church. I did
    so last night. They acknowledged being fed "anti-gun" crap in school
    although from their description, it is not nearly so bad in Utah as in
    other states.
    Now they want me to take them shooting, which I will. Once they
    have had a chance to picture themselves protecting themselves and their
    families with a firearm, the way our Founding Fathers envisioned it, it
    will be hard for their high school teachers and college professors to
    twist their minds.
    Plus, I'm convinced, after handling several accidental shooting
    cases, that the best way to prevent accidental shootings of youth is
    (yes education, but better yet) to SATISFY THEIR CURIOSITY about guns.
    Let them KNOW THEY DON'T HAVE TO SNEAK A PEEK at a gun, but rather just
    ask a trusted adult to take them shooting (and better yet, rabbit
    hunting so they can see what a bullet really does as opposed to what
    they see on TV/Movies).
    So do what Pancho says: "Preserve our freedom into the next
    generation; take a kid shooting!" (But don't forget to use the "Parent
    Consent Form" Appendix A in my book).

    James D. "Mitch" Vilos

    Practice Concentrating in Accidents and Personal Injury, Insurance Law,
    Medical Malpractice, Defective Products, Workplace Injuries (not
    Worker's Compensation), and Firearms Law (representation of gun owners
    in criminal actions, expungements, and civil rights cases)
  2. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

    Dec 24, 2002
    Idahohoho, the jolliest state
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