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Thread: 2yr old loves hunting

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    2yr old loves hunting

    Took the boy out today for a quick walk about seens as it was a ripper day, Shot a fallow stag and a red.
    Its unreal how much he buzzes of it, really makes my day.
    Amazing how quick he picked up on stalking and being quiet, crawling about etc etc.
    Took them out with the winmag at 200m and 430m
    meat on its way to ohutu for small goods.
    Cheers

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    Wildman, P38, Shootm and 20 others like this.

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    Geez that young fella must be tuff that gun looks bigger than him ...all in a days work by the looks of it

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    Nice one once again Pongo another hunter on the up n up

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    Cool day out with the young fella, love his gun, won't belong and he will want his own real one. nice stags also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseman View Post
    Cool day out with the young fella, love his gun, won't belong and he will want his own real one. nice stags also.
    Ur rite there Mm it dosnt take long I got my wee tackers a 22 a couple of years ago ..there were a few eye brows raised when it got opened infront of the x mas tree lol & im pleased I got it to we enjoy shooting , the girls have come a long way with it I like watching them "squeeze" the trigger ..along with all the safety stuff of course

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    Cheers. Yea won't be long and he'll be wanting his own weapon

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    I feel that children should be taught safe handling and how to use firearms from an early age, children who are hidden from firearms are more likely to play with them if they found one that was not secured. In the old days before gun safes my rifles were in a cabinet that was easily accessible but my son never touched them nor any of his mates. I think this was due to being introduced to firearms at a young age and being shown they are not toys but deadly weapons if used in correctly.
    Good on you guys for taking the time to teach them right, it's our future in Hunting and Shooting that you are forging.

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    It's in the blood
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    Good on ya.

 

 

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