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American Kids Love Their Guns (39 pics)

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Every person on the planet should know how to defend themselves but how young is too young to put a gun in the hands of a child?

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№1 Author: Slugsie (21 May 2014 03:08) Total user comments: 1496


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So remind me, which part of 'a well regulated militia' these kids form?
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (21 May 2014 03:32) Total user comments: 5518


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I'd say around 15 -16.

You should be old enough to drive before learning how to use a gun.
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№3 Author: RdC (21 May 2014 03:56) Total user comments: 0


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I say if taught proper the younger the better...I have been shooting since I was 7 and has taught me to respect the power behind a gun.....
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№4 Author: westlockfiredept (21 May 2014 04:25) Total user comments: 318


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I'm not sure I agree with that last statement. My ex girlfriend had a 6 year old son at the time we were together. I was and still am a dedicated target and competitive shooter, as well as a range safety officer. When Robert showed a fascination with my collection, I took him out to the outdoor range to plink with on of my .22's. After the first time, he was as much a safety Nazi as I around firearms, he knew they were not toys, and most of all, he developed a true focus skill. I never worried that he'd be one of those tragic statistics of accidental shooting. I like to think we had some great times out on the range.
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№5 Author: kryptor (21 May 2014 05:48) Total user comments: 4426


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westlockfiredept, thank you for sharing that, I don't have children however My brother does and we too enjoy going to the local range as a family.

Most of these pics are of youth's with their competition rifles.
Parents are near by, it's a controlled setting.
I don't see a problem with these specific pics.

This is NOT how all American children are raised. As usual, this is being portrayed out of context.
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№6 Author: PetePuma (21 May 2014 09:27) Total user comments: 15


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I do think kids should learn how you safely use, handle, and respect a firearm. Its a good family activity to go to the range, i bring my friends and their kids all the time.
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№7 Author: MWarrior (21 May 2014 09:29) Total user comments: 977


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"This is NOT how all American kids are raised. As usual, this is being portrayed out of context"

I wouldn't expect anything less. Sadly, there are those who still believe any morsel of propaganda thrown their way (or pretend to believe it)...
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№8 Author: Phynix4 (21 May 2014 15:01) Total user comments: 5461


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I had my first weapon at 6. by the time I turned 10 I certified sniper on closed range, open range and creep. 18 years of the military, you can guess what I did. I never lived in the city, was a farm kid. having a weapon is like owning a hammer, it is a tool, used wrongly can kill. my family taught how to handle weapons. I taught mine, they will teach theirs. The misconconception that guns are dangerous is just that, they are not, people are. More people are killed and die by motor vehicles, do we take all motor vehicles away as well?
99% of American kids are NOT raised this way.
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№9 Author: Tomaz86 (21 May 2014 16:01) Total user comments: 10813


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It is a great "toy"! :02:
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№10 Author: Lu (21 May 2014 18:32) Total user comments: 15060


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Kids getting educated in the handling of guns. Great sport.
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№11 Author: Anony (21 May 2014 20:03) Total user comments: 0


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If you don't see what is the problem with this, then you are part of the problem.
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№12 Author: adzhoe (23 May 2014 07:22) Total user comments: 14959


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Learned to shoot when i was eight, used to go out in the vineyards of Napa Valley and hunt jackrabits with a 410 shotgun. went to gun safety classes with my older brother, learned from my uncles and older cousins too. Really enjoyed those times, was taught if you shoot it, you clean it, and we would eat it. Of course there are exceptions to everything. but these pictures show well supervised kids. i could go on, but gotta go!
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№13 Author: westlockfiredept (30 May 2014 03:51) Total user comments: 318


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Anony,
I see no problem, but, there is one. Recreational target and competitive shooting are legitimate sports. It is no worse than letting your kids play hockey, football, lacrosse , etc. The problem are those who would vilify those of us who do engage in this sport. We are not militants, anarchists, survivalists, or so on. We are merely engaging in, and teaching those who want to learn, our sport. Firearms to us are the tools we use to participate in our sport. They are no different to us than a new glove is to a baseball player or skates to a hockey player . Please don't paint us all with the same brush the media has wielded all these years
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