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What have you done for the future?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Aug 5, 2007.

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  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    "What have you done to keep it that way"
     
  3. Leatherneck

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    Good job, Oleg, as usual. I like the emphasis on "rights." Let's see the grabbers misappropriate this one.

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    Good stuff as usual, Master Oleg.

    All of mine learned sight alignment and trigger control on a rest because they were too small (at ages six or seven) to manage a 10/22 Ruger in any of the standard positions. Eventually, they learned to handle anything in the vault through the .375 Hollands' Magnum.

    Daughter, the youngest, is the best shot. :what: She listens to dad. :rolleyes: We enjoyed some "quality time" last week burning in her Smith M&P Compact (9mm). The boys try too hard to make Xs, although #2 did qualify "expert" at Parris Island. :D

    I'll work on my nephews in a few years. ;)
     
  5. Neo-Luddite

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    Great poster-great question.

    And boy, a fairly 'exotic' and politically high-profile weapon that just looks like it suits a little red haired kid!




    (I have one myself--I mean a little red haired kid--she's 4 1/2).

    well done-
    Mike
     
  6. Average Guy

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    What have I done for the future?

    I just had a son. :)
     
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    I taught my grandchildren the "Body Armor Song"

    "Head and shoulders, knees and toes..."
     
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    Great poster Oleg.
     
  9. KFDiesel

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    Taught my kids the 4 rules of gun safety.
    1) Always treat a gun as if its loaded.
    2) Never point a gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
    3) Always be aware of what's behind your target.
    4) Never put your finger on the trigger until you are ready to fire.
    They are 6 and 5 and already have a BB gun postol, BB gun rifle,
    and a youth model .22. This is just the start of what I hope is a long life of enjoying their Constitutional Rights. They've have already helped me with last years NRA banquet.
     
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