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This would give Sarah Brady a heart attack!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by JamisJockey, Mar 11, 2004.

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  1. JamisJockey

    JamisJockey member

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    My son, 5months, meets a shotgun for the first time. It was everything I could do to get his attention for the photo...he was fascinated!
    Anyone know if drool contributes to rust?
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  2. TXBera

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    Not if you use the right oil:p
     
  3. 7.62FullMetalJacket

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    Shotgun shells make great teething devices ;)
     
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    If only....
     
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    Great shot. I think you'll be needing to purchase another shotgun in a few years time.:D
     
  6. brookstexas

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    DAMN IT!

    I thought this might be a donation type thing....
    BT
     
  7. Triad

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    I'm sure he'd take donations.

    Atc1man, don't you think you should start him out on something smaller? Maybe a nice 28 gauge.
     
  8. Gus Dddysgrl

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    AWESOME!!!!!!!! That's a great shot. I hope Jon let's me do that when we have kids. heehee. That'll be fun.
     
  9. JamisJockey

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    I've been keeping my eyes open. This payday I'll be checking my favorite gun shops again for either a .410 or .20 single shot...unless I see a centerfire rifle that speaks daddy's name :evil:
     
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    ATC;

    The first gun I had was a 20 single, it's a great choice. I was about 10 years of age at the time my dad got it for me. Several of my friends also had shotguns & most were .410's. I can remember having a LOT more sucess with the 20 than they did with the .410's. The .410 is called an 'experts gun' for good reason.

    900F
     
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    "The Marines train their recruits young. This little tyke is preparing for guard duty. He will upgrade to a Kevlar walker when his training is complete."


    "RESPECT MY AUTHORITY!"



    "Citing a commonly used phrase used by gun-control activists, Little Johnny's parents decide that he should have a part in Homeland Defense, "for the children."



    "Papers, please." :p


    "Today's youngster needs proper armmament when going through his local neighborhood. Taking a page from the M-2 Bradley, a large wheel base is an attribute of this vehicle, as well as a multi-shot hard hitting weapon, capable of hitting targets beyond 100yds, depending on the ammo used. Go gettem' soldier!"
     
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    Kinda tough for teething, isn't it? ;)
     
  13. George Hill

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    "This would give Sarah Brady a heart attack!"


    Feh...
    She doesn't have one.
     
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    Only 5 mos old and already shows correct firearms safety!(finger out of trigger guard) Excellent.tom.;)
     
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    Just have to spray paint the exersaucer flat black to make him look tactical.:D
     
  16. The_Antibubba

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    Get him a break-open .410. Then you can tell everyone he's a breech baby! :D
     
  17. artherd

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    That's a great (and very cute!) pic. And I think it's wonderful that you've decided to expose your children to firearms at a very young age. They will have the benefit of having grown up with them, so they will not be a mystery or potential attractive danger.

    I couldn't help but noticing something more than a little sad though. (and this is a commentary on the laws, not your parenting, just to be clear.) In California, your shotgun is technically 'loaded' (because ammunition is touching the firearm. Retarted, I know.) And, also technically, since your kid is handling the 'loaded' gun, you're probally guilty of a felony just for letting that happen.

    Yeah, it's that retarted out here (and in many other states for that matter.)


    Personally, the gun is two things:
    ALWAYS loaded for the purpose of safe handling.
    (and really, not loaded untill a round is chambered.)
     
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