For those who don't speak twoyearoldese, he's going through shooting positions and the last couple commands by a range officer before beginning an action shooting stage.
"Okay, prone. Shooter ready? Stand by. Beep is the sound of the shot timer that starts the stage.
That's my boy
That kid is awesome.Your doing a hell of a job with him.Keep up the good work.
kid,got a shooter on your hands.
Start safety and training early.
He shot my wife's XD 9mm a few days ago. AND SHE DIDN'T FILM IT!!!! That's okay, when I get home on leave, my boy and I have a date with the Saiga-12.
was ebear artifically inseminated?
I "borrow" kids from their parents for filming purposes and get them back before the parents wake up in the morning. My real son is entirely too ugly to put on camera.
just make sure the 3 year olds sign a film release and its fair game
Runs, for some reason I just don't buy that. LOL. He really is a cute kid. I agree with LBC, it does look like you have a shooter on your hands. Starting this early, who knows, he might be a world champion competitor by the time he is in his early 20's. I think that would be great.
when he reaches his teens he will be a marksman
at the rate he is going now, by the time he reaches his teens, he will be an expert marksman. I would say that if Runs isn't careful, by the time the boy is 15 he'll be giving dad a run for his money. If I were Runs, I wouldn't be planning to be betting against him after he turns 12.