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.....and unlike my daughter who fired a .22 single shot rifle, his first one was a 1919 w/crankfire!:D

He is seven, and thought it was a blast! We followed all safety precautions, and had eye and ear protection.

He told my wife's father (total Democrat pacifist) that he had fired a (1919 grandaddy!). He was not amused.


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Great story! My freind's boy was firing MP-40's at 7. His father got a picture framed and put in his grandmothers house, promently displayed! He is a policeman today and we still go out shooting together. Have a nice 4th!
 

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He told my wife's father (total Democrat pacifist) that he had fired a (1919 grandaddy!). He was not amused.


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:D You need to take that boy shooting more often,So he can tell grandaddy all about more often:D
 

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7 must be the magic age now...here's Cammer's son Tyler at age 7 giving Ma a workout...the bucket full of spent brass weighed more than he did :).
 

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Right on... For the kids

Right on... For the kids and the good instruction...

Hey, often times I take my girlfriends daughter to the range with me and she'll shoot my garand and whatever else I drag out. Two weeks ago I took her and her boyfriend and he was blown away that she was hitting milk jugs at 200 yards... I have to get her into doing tactical shoots next.:D

Hey just remember its not a boys only club out there...
 
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