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Mad family (11 pics)

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Someone, somewhere and somehow found a folder with house photos of one American family. In all photos children pose with weapons, parents pose with dead animals on hunting, etc. I'm not an opponent of the legalization of weapons, but little girl with guns is simply disgraceful.

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№1 Author: KallAngo® (31 Mar 2009 22:03) Total user comments: 0


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Don´t you think that Some day we can see some of this little girls shooting people in a school...
I Hope Not...
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№2 Author: S (1 Apr 2009 18:07) Total user comments: 0


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You people are retarded. Giving kids the understanding and knowledge of firearms at a young age is what will keep them from going to school and shooting people. Death by a firearm is caused by being ignorant and curious as to the weapon itself. These children will have a great sense of what a gun can do and gun safety.
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№3 Author: Dylan (3 Apr 2009 15:03) Total user comments: 0


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Yea I see what your saying.......... but...... thats bullshit. These parents are using there kids as toys. Notice how all the kids look like they are posing. Like they know its not ok. This is a fucked up family. The parents are all exited for killing animals and cutting there necks. Dont tell me that it isnt a very large possability that these kids are going to end up very very FUCKED UP.
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№4 Author: rat (3 Apr 2009 16:42) Total user comments: 0


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Is this Sarah Palin's family?
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№5 Author: Yoni (4 Apr 2009 20:56) Total user comments: 120


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Strange, considering the fact that this family considers itself to be gun savvy, I notice in the first picture the two girls on the outside of the picture each have a pistol pointed at their sister's head. If I remember correctly, the first rule of proper gun handling is NEVER point it at someone else! The last few photos, the girl is using a pellet gun.
Guns are not cool folks. Guns kill.
When I see these pictures, it reinforces my belief that many Americans are screwed in the head.
Give your daughter a doll, a bike, whatever, but not an Uzi or a M-16 or a Colt 45.
No wonder gun violence is at an all time high.
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№6 Author: Patrick (5 Apr 2009 10:49) Total user comments: 0


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Wow. Listen to you people. It truely amazes me. I'll admit, the first two pictures on this blog are horrible, and those kids are being used as toys. It's disturbing. But the other photos are perfectly fine pictures of children being safe with guns.

About the deer's sliced neck: If the animal was still alive when the hunters found it, it would be more humane to slice it's neck instead of letting it bleed out in pain.

And as far as the little girl at the shooting range, she is wearing protective goggles, earmuffs, and always is pointing her weapon downrange.

To the reader that said guns kill: people kill people, guns don't. The last time I checked, guns didn't have brains.

Lastly, it is a proven fact that most school shootings--hell, most shootings in general--are committed by people with no gun training. There are hardly ever cases of sportsmen going on shooting rampages.

The reason people are scared of Obama taking away our guns (which won't happen, by the way) is because of closed minded folks like you. It's funny that you are always the ones that complain about conservatives and republicans and gun owners being close minded and backwards, but I think you all need to take a step back and look at yourselves every once in a while.

Yoni,

One more thing, Yoni. Why do you say 'many' Americans are screwed in the head? That seems a little judgemental, and a pretty cheap shot at a country I'm willing to bet you've never even visited. Why don't you come to our country and see for yourself what Americans are like before making comments like that?

Americans are generally good-hearted, respectful people, that unfortunately don't understand other cultures as well as most Europeans probably do. That's what over 200 years of isolationism tends to do. If you dislike Americans, why do you bother responding to a blog in American english?

What country are you from Yani? Is this anti-American rhetoric a learned behavior, a personal opinion, or was it taught to you from a young age? Why don't you like Americans? Believe it or not, Yani, most Americans love Europeans. We're not the backward, war-lovin' cowboys you assume we are. Do your homework before taking cheap shots at America again. You'll save yourself from sounding ignorant.
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№7 Author: nasa82 (5 Apr 2009 23:37) Total user comments: 21


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God bless America!!! 33
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№8 Author: Yoni (6 Apr 2009 01:18) Total user comments: 120


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I am a Canadian Patrick, living in Southern Ontario. I've been around the US many times, and I've seen the good with the bad. I'm quite certain many of us Canadians are screwed as well. However I'm glad you are so enlightened


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№9 Author: YODA (11 Apr 2009 01:19) Total user comments: 0


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Well im from MT and we all hunt kill and pack guns. hunting rifles in tha truck and counsel permits for our pistols. . and last time i checked none got shoot at our schools. Why you might ask, well cause WE TEACH OUR KIDS not like you scary dumb asses that cant even hold a gun and believe everything the news tells you. Go back to your coffee shop and hide.
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№10 Author: UK. (11 Apr 2009 01:19) Total user comments: 0


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who ever said that guns don't kill people, people do. your right but it make it far to easy to kill some. if the only way to kill someone was to strangle them and slowly feel the life drain out of them there would be so few murders. guns (and to large knifes) make it to easy so people can do it in a moments rage or by accident.people who keep guns to protect them and there family's are many times more likely to be killed or kill a member of there family with that gun than they are to use it to kill or threaten and intdruder.
guns are bad. your country wont be any good until you stop your fucked up backwards gun laws get rid of the bloody things and educate people properly (about many more issues than just guns such as science)

guns only have the power to kill - no one has the right to kill anyone else , ever.
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№11 Author: wkntz (11 Apr 2009 01:47) Total user comments: 0


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it will be those girls who protect their fellow students from the crazies.
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№12 Author: ZAch (25 Apr 2009 22:41) Total user comments: 0


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To create a 'NEGATIVE' impression by isolating ONE image of children holding weapon's is as IRRESPONSIBLE as if the parents were in fact irresponsible, which it is My impression they ARE NOT. They appear in the photos to be well adjusted children taking part in a family activity.---------------------
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--------------Guns will be NO big deal to them as they grow up AND they will be much more responsible than a child who has been prevented from PROPERLY learning about them, because it is the child who is curious about guns who is prevented from them WHO when Dad & Mom are away is going to sneak in there and pull their guns out to look at, play with, and potentially be hurt be them.-------------------------
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-------------These children will always know the responsible thing to do around firearms, versus the child who is curious and has been prevented from seeing, touching, & firing them. I think that THESE parents may have chosen the most RESPONSIBLE way of protecting their children from firearm violence.---------------------
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-----------Those of you who disagree with the choices made here by these parents should drop the pretense, and THINK here because your children are at risk, I have a question for you. Would you be more comfortable knowing that your children are playing in a neighbor's home known to have guns inside, and you as a parent having the knowledge that children are extremely curious about guns, would you be more comfortable knowing that the neighbor's children have NOT been schooled in the use of guns, as your children pay in the neighbor's house?------------------------
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-----------------Or, would you be more at ease with the knowledge that if guns are going to be where your children play that would prefer as a normal family activity these people use guns responsibly with proper safety equipment, and no nonsense? ~I know which situation that my children would be MOST safe in?---------------------------
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Now, I have to my forward with the fact that I am a multi-gun owner and realize the proper use & handling of firearms, so after a conversation with the father & mother I would be able to make the clear choice as to whether or not my children would be allowed to play there. Based on the images ONLY, I would allow it.
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№13 Author: nicola (1 May 2009 01:58) Total user comments: 1


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DISGUSTING DISGRACEFUL AND DEPRAVED ONLY IN AMERICA EH?! 24 50 79
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№14 Author: Mora (7 May 2009 11:24) Total user comments: 0


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"That seems a little judgemental, and a pretty cheap shot at a country I'm willing to bet you've never even visited. Why don't you come to our country and see for yourself what Americans are like before making comments like that?" oh, I thought Americans do this.
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№15 Author: Anti-Americans (11 May 2009 20:35) Total user comments: 0


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I think that whenever somebody European, or living outside America says: that is completely discusting, and he ties a little unreal, start with low arguments saying: oh, never visited our country, it cannot make these commentaries! I never visited, nor think to visit, because with people as these, who is safe? NOBODY
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№16 Author: matt3046 (11 May 2009 21:23) Total user comments: 0


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That is awesome, and the wife is hot.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with this just because these peoples beliefs are not the same as yours. But it is true the girls are practicing some sloppy gun handling.
They have the right to raise their kids how ever they want,
he has got some awesome guns.
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№17 Author: lone_Stumbler (11 May 2009 21:40) Total user comments: 0


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The comments on here are ridiculous. People who have never been around guns will always be afraid of them and buy into the media that guns are bad. Notice how in all of these pictures, the girls with guns do not even have their finger in the trigger guard. Their index finger is in the proper place. Most people that have never handled a gun before go right for the trigger. A gun is a tool people. A tool which criminals are not afraid to use against innocent bystanders. If someone wants to do you harm, go ahead and call the police. 10 minutes later I hope you are still alive to tell everyone about it. Police aren't Johnny on the spot. You are at the mercy of the criminal. It will be your actions that get you through those precious minutes. Now lets look at Katrina / any natural disaster. During Katrina people were looting, not just stores, but houses. The only thing people could rely upon during that time was themselves. A gun owner could defend himself... up until the police started confiscating them. During chaos, a gun can settle the score and protect you from whatever is trying to cause harm to you or your family. All this gun law crap is just garbage. Criminals will not follow the law and abide by the new gun control laws, just regular law abiding citizens. Crimes increase when gun control is applied because they know that their targets are most likely unarmed. The only good thing that has come out of the gun control is the act which requires you to turn in your medical history in order to purchase a gun. I was studying at VT during 4/16 and the shooter had mental issues. How he can acquire a gun is some bullshit. Most likely the act will not do much though. If someone wants to get their hands on a gun, there will always be a way.

As for the deer, its an animal and it is food. Unless you are a vegetarian, you eat animals raised for slaughter. You just don't think about it when its sitting in your fridge.
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№18 Author: Akolyte01 (11 May 2009 22:53) Total user comments: 0


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Gun responsibility will ALWAYS be a more effective tool in the prevention of gun violence than gun control.

A gun is a tool that can be used to murder.

So can a kitchen knife.

If those children were holding kitchen knives you wouldn't say that that family is screwed up would you?
So why with guns?
Because you've brainwashed into thinking that when people hold guns, they somehow lose all indication of right and wrong.
Sad sad sad.
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№19 Author: michael (12 May 2009 01:46) Total user comments: 0


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I think that the first couple pictures demostrate less than stellar firearms safety, posing with the firearms pointed at each other even indirectly is bad, However, In all pictures the girls are maintaining the second rule of firearms safety "finger off the trigger until ready to shoot" These girls will most likely grow up aware of the dangers of firearms and ready to respond to any crisis that they may experience that requires firearms handling. Not like my fiancee who doesn't know a mossberg from a colt 45
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№20 Author: SouthernBoy (12 May 2009 06:39) Total user comments: 0


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"guns only have the power to kill" - I have a bunch of guns from 22lr, to .45, to semi-automatic "assault rifles". I've put thousands of rounds through each one. Each one has a specific purpose (several types of pistol competitions, skeet, high-powered target competitions, just for fun, etc). Not one of those rounds ever even remotely was aimed at a living thing large enough to be seen by the naked eye. And these guns are off-the-shelf, unmodified pistols, rifles, and shotguns. Small minds tend to be quite narrow.

"no one has the right to kill anyone else , ever" - Huh? Ever? You come home from work and find the body of your 6 year-old son by the door. He bled out trying to escape. The body of your spouse is near the kitchen reaching in all eternity for the phone to call 911. You know your daughter is still alive because you can hear her in the next room screaming and begging for her life as her eventual murderer is raping her. You know you have a 9mm pistol in the drawer of the desk where you usually drop off your car keys on your way in. With the kids in the house the drawers always locked and only you have the key. You unlock the drawer, grab the cold, lifeless chunk of stainless steel Beretta calls the 92FS pistol and go into the next room and confront your daughter's attacker. He's all hopped up on illegal drugs and doesn't mind you yelling at him. He's still going at it with your daughter screaming. You aim the gun at him and threaten again for him to stop. You even go so far as to manually pull back the hammer, an unnecessary step as this 9mm is double-action. The metallic clicking of the action makes the monster laugh. He keeps going as he knows you won't shoot. Otherwise you wouldn't have wasted the time cocking the hammer so he keeps on with his task at hand. His body parts are all tangled up with your daughters as she struggles to fight him off. Do you think you'll just try to wing him in the shoulder or knee? You're obviously scared and nervous, hands shaking. You might miss or over penetrate and have the bullet hit him in the arm, exit his arm, and land in your daughter's neck. You could aim center mass of his torso but your daughter's legs are around him, trying feverishly to kick him off of her. One thing in your favor is that you have a clean shot at his head, the one still laughing at you for cocking back the hammer on an obviously double-action and so unwilling to use deadly force to save the life of your sole remaining family member. So, you gonna take the head shot or put the gun back down and try the phone and see how long it'll take the cops and coroner to arrive? Yeah, I thought you'd take the shot. Your intentions weren't to kill. All you wanted was to stop the threat and save your daughter's life. You did all you could do to prevent another loss of life. It just didn't happen that way.
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№21 Author: criminal (12 May 2009 13:21) Total user comments: 0


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when I come in your house to rob you, I do not want you to be armed. Support gun control. Now what?
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№22 Author: your mother (12 May 2009 17:05) Total user comments: 0


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the trouble is all the bleeding-heart northern yankees on this forum. You see a kid with a gun up in Pennsylvania or New York, it's safe to assume he's going to shoot someone. You see a kid in the south with a gun, you assume he's going hunting.

Guns don't kill people, fucked up kids from fucked up families with fucked up values do.
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№23 Author: Denise (20 May 2009 18:12) Total user comments: 2


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that littlest child cannot be any older than 2 or 3 tops.
what is she going to learn at that age? i understand promoting gun safety by teaching your children about it, but she is TOO YOUNG.
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№24 Author: justvisiten (23 May 2009 03:28) Total user comments: 1


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Way to incorrectly determine where a gun is pointed. Even though many of you seem aware of firearm saftey, maybe you don't have enough training in photography.

The girls (yep, sorta manupulated into posing) have every gun pointed in a safe direction. There is not a chance that any bullet from any gun could impact anyone seen in the pictures.

I surely don't approve of this, but I am adamant that children should learn firearm saftey with REAL guns, as soon as they can learn it. My children sure did, and it is something that I just don't worry about with them.

I learned sorta late, obtained my NRA safe hunters certificate at age 11. No excuse exept that my Dad (a WWII) vet kept swinging back and forth on guns, being an exceptable tool. Sure at 93 he had one at hand all the time, but he wasn't sure he wanted you or me to have one.
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№25 Author: tracy14 (25 May 2009 06:51) Total user comments: 0


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Obviously the negative answers on this subject are easily outweighed once a person actually HAS a daughter. I applaud and commend the family that is teaching their children gun safety and use.

The paranoia of those pacifists (like dumbama - the illegal immigrant that pacifists elected as president,) which think these girls would use a gun in a school shooting, are more ignorant and stupid than their preconceived concepts of 'rednecks'. In EVERY school shooting, the 'child' was not a child, but a teenager, and had no upbringing or formal training in the weapons! And if you count ALL of the school shootings, (on one hand,) and then count all of the girls abused, raped, and kidnapped by strangers, let's see which is larger. hmmm... you don't think a stranger would hesitate snatching one of these girls, knowing they are armed and able to defend themselves from a 240 pound attacker? Guns don't kill. But they sure can equalize a nitemarish situation!
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№26 Author: MagnumAureilius (6 Jun 2009 18:16) Total user comments: 0


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I guess no one picked up that these photos were not "submitted" but were yanked off someones computer. The person who "acquired" these photos is of the same mentality as the hypothetical burglar/rapist one of the posters on this board described. I work with computers, evidently the family is prepared for a physical incursion, but not a cyber-incursion.

Guns create a polite society. Think how much Road Rage would be prevented if EVERYONE assumed the other guy might shoot back. I live in the South and run with that assumption, we do not see as many "five-finger salutes" as visitors do in the North(much stricter gun control<nowhere to hunt>).(Of course, our driving habits are different and it just might be folks from the South don't drive acceptably in the North.)

We have guns and the cool thing about that is with guns we are citizens not slaves. Teach your children all you can about weapon safety and jut maybe they wont end up on an amber alert or in a dumpster. As far as 200 years of Isolationism that was 200 years of us following the constitution of only having friends and trading partners and not allies. We need to return to that and tell the rest of the world go pis up a rope and we would be much better off.
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№27 Author: Timeline (5 Jul 2009 20:43) Total user comments: 0


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My girlfriend's (at the time) 3 yr old got the gun, knife, and sword talk the first time she came over to the house. We have never had an issue with her touching any of the weapons here. And there are alot of them. Now at age 10 she is proficient enough that if someone ever gets into the house I have no doubt she knows what to do to at least try to protect herself.
1)Call 911
2)acquire weapon
3)lock self in room
4)Don't come out till the people at 911 tell you the police are in the house knocking at the door to the room
5)shoot anyone that breaks down the door that isn't in a police or fireman uniform

BTW-School shootings are still a statistical anomaly. You child has a better chance of being killed by a family member during an act of sexual abuse that of getting killed at school during a mass shooting. Stop watching the news.

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№28 Author: ash666 (19 Jul 2009 12:23) Total user comments: 1856


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thats too much 79
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№29 Author: Ty Webb (25 Jul 2009 21:45) Total user comments: 6156


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wow this seems to be a very touchy subject. Does anyone want to go and get the kids and go to the fireing ronge and talk about it??
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№30 Author: BBozze (9 Sep 2009 17:14) Total user comments: 0


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UK.,

Go back to england then if its so terrible.

Guns do not have ONLYthe power to kill people, ever heard of a leg shot?

Dummy.
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