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Photo Uploaded: Aug 06 2008 00:12:59 GMT
Taken: 2008:08:04 18:19:12
Manufacturer: Research In Motion
Having a good time
Except for the 7 miles of forestry road in the mountain adventure today
OMG doesn't even begin to describe it. We came out alive. That's all I'm saying.
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Aug 06 2008 00:16 GMT
What I see is maybe a Savage rifle... Left hand fire... .270 maybe???
Just a guess...
Aug 06 2008 00:46 GMT
Pellet gun ;-)
Aug 06 2008 00:57 GMT
are you sure that isnt dangerous in kenny's hands ?? :-))
Aug 06 2008 00:59 GMT
Ready Set ------ a double shot, Lisa -- you're shooting the shooter LOL ! ................................... Manny
Aug 06 2008 02:05 GMT
he is really into it...great expression
Aug 06 2008 04:38 GMT
Lovely shot, by both shooters...
Aug 06 2008 08:29 GMT
Everything below 3' should be ok - lol
Aug 06 2008 09:45 GMT
Guns are not suitable toys for children...
Aug 06 2008 16:12 GMT
Kenny and a gun.... run!!!! :-))
Aug 06 2008 16:26 GMT
Looks like fun!
Katie has a red rider BB gun, but she likes her Cricket 22 better...lol
Aug 06 2008 17:39 GMT
Guns are not TOYS
Der da der
Children that learn proper gun safety early on
And the rules
And see the power they have
Have no misconceptions about them
And he won't pick one up from curiousity because he already knows what it is and what it can do
He won't walk in someone's garage next door and pick up a gun and shoot himself just because he doesn't know what it does
A kid his age did that in our old town
He's dead now because he didn't know what it was and what it would do
Where do I say this gun is a toy?!?!?!
Preach at someone else
Aug 06 2008 17:41 GMT
It's great to get kids trained to use guns properly when they are young! Could save a life later down the road! (We've all heard of the kids who 'look' at their dad's cool guns when he's at work.)
Aug 06 2008 17:43 GMT
Case in point btw
When we started out monday he was intrigued by the shotgun
Wouldn't keep away from it
So jeff loaded it and put the but up to kensters shoulder and let him pull the trigger
After feeling the kickback power of that gun he no longer would go near it
Wants Nothing to do with it!!!!!
Aug 06 2008 17:47 GMT
That's why we have taken them to the shooting range here every night this week
They are learning that EVeRY gun should be treated as a loaded gun
They put the safety on after each shot
They yell out when they are going Down Range to adjust targets
They are learning how to stay alive
Aug 06 2008 18:22 GMT
Thats Great Lisa. My Dad was CHP for 30 years. I also learned at a very young age how to handle a gun, and proper gun saftey. I do think it is important, wether you own a gun in your home or not. You know never know what a friends may have, or parents may have, and teaching them the right things, could safe their or life, or someone elses.
Congrats to you!!
My grandfather did the samething to me with his 12 guage when I was 9. Respect was gained very quickly.
Aug 06 2008 18:25 GMT
That's the best way to teach them Lisa, that way they can feel it's not a toy.
Aug 06 2008 18:30 GMT
Exactly! I have a relative in the corrections field. He has a loaded gun in his home. I don't want the kids thinking it is a toy. I want them to know how dangerous it is so they or someone else doesn't end up dead!
Aug 06 2008 18:35 GMT
Knowledge is power! Best to learn young!
Aug 06 2008 21:10 GMT
My grandson, Tyler, who is 8, learned how to shoot a BB gun at Cub Scouts this past summer. You have to be 11 to use the 22. Sounds to me like you are right on schedule if the Scouts are doing it.
Aug 07 2008 03:16 GMT
You know....You wrote your thing right above mine as I wrote what I wrote?? I didn't see it until just now....wow....we really think alike.
Aug 07 2008 03:21 GMT
Ya think? Lol
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