most people see this and it scares them!it should,because long after I am gone this "little man" will be standing in my spot supporting gun owners everywhere!He knows how to handle a gun better than most adults!
This boy WANTED his picture taken!he is a proud son of our american fore fathers!
He's got a gun in his hand!!!!! Call 911 arrest the parents guns are bad guns kill people!!!!!!!!! I've always said the more you know the better off you are. If kids were taught about weapons learned how to handle them properly and safely there would be far fewer "accidents" because they wouldn't be this magical thing. I want to teach my children about guns not have them learn it from the TV. Guns don't kill people ignorance about them and runawaygun kill people.
Dont arrest the parents. Grease is teaching his son the ways of the 2nd amendment. When I have my own kids I will get them a gun and teach them the safty of shooting. Maybe one day long after were dead and gone there will be a safe place in this world where you can have a gun and not worry about someone trying to take them. GOOD JOB GREASE! And give your kid a High Five from the snakester.
I took my kids to Eddie Eagle. Their suggestion was to let the child handle the firearm anytime they ask. I did this for a few weeks (enforcing the safety rules). After a while they stop asking. There is no mystery and they have learned the lesson that every gun is loaded and shouls be treated as such.
The instructors point was that there should be no 'mystery' regarding the gun. They actually got sick of it.
Of course I have everything locked up in a safe in my underground bunker....
This is awesome!
If they want to see it, then let them. Knowledge is power. The idea of letting them handle it every time they ask is a great idea. It takes all of the mystique away. Kids and most guys want the things that they can't have. Let the kid handle the gun, supervised, and teach them the safe way to do so, and their curiosity will be settled.
My dad taught me early and often about how to handle a gun. How not to be afraid of them, but to respect them and always treat them as if they were loaded. That lesson held water back then, and to this day, it holds water now.
Do your kids a favor and pass that knowledge on to them. You will have to worry about them so much less.
Thats the way I did it, Amen bro