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Talk to my boy about guns

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Education is the best tool for gun safety..I became a competitive shooter at 9 years old and a full blown professional at 13.

I never did stupid shit with guns, because there was no mystery to me. My dad gave me the info I needed to not be a dumbass.

also, let them see what a gun can do. My dad took me hunting and showed me the carnage looked like in person vs a movie..he even gunned down a wild hog with a 1911 to show me how much damage a pistol round would do. That kept me from playing around pretty well lol

....but I almost exclusively hunt hogs with handguns now, so it also did that
 

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I am not a parent so I can only refer to my experience as an uncle. I spoke with my neices and and nephews about my guns as soon as they are speaking in general. I speak to them about the dangers first and I also speak about why I own them. The know the rules to never touch a firearm and if they ever see one to notify an adult.

I've worked at multiple firing ranges in the past and the smallest children would frequent them with family on a regular basis.
 

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This is how my dad raised me. The same went for blades and other sharp things. They're tools, not weapons. To hurt someone with them never crossed our minds

I've also gotten lots of girls interested in shooting...way more than I am, actually
Range Dates are great.
 

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I'm a firm believer that you should teach your children about guns. I started teaching both my sons around 5 or 6. I slap my gun on the table and say clear this weapon son. Place the weapon on safe drop the magazine and clear the chamber. To me kids kill themselves because they don't know about guns. I want my children to know how to handle a gun. So if one ever does come out with there friends they don't shoot themselves. I had a little 25 auto perfect for them to train on.
 

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Ranges by me won't let my son in at his young age so I will likely have to go hunting with a buddy just to let him see what a gun does in real life.
 

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Education is the best tool for gun safety..I became a competitive shooter at 9 years old and a full blown professional at 13.

I never did stupid shit with guns, because there was no mystery to me. My dad gave me the info I needed to not be a dumbass.

also, let them see what a gun can do. My dad took me hunting and showed me the carnage looked like in person vs a movie..he even gunned down a wild hog with a 1911 to show me how much damage a pistol round would do. That kept me from playing around pretty well lol

....but I almost exclusively hunt hogs with handguns now, so it also did that
I did Russian boar hunts. My sons Godfather and my best friend.. He drilled a 300lb Boar head shot in the prone position with a Glock. He is a team guy legend. I pulled securtiy with a M4. We cut em up. good eattin that night with drinks.
 

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Ranges by me won't let my son in at his young age so I will likely have to go hunting with a buddy just to let him see what a gun does in real life.
Get him on some private property with a few melons. Most hunters strike out on their tags. Ask me how I know.
 

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I did Russian boar hunts. My sons Godfather and my best friend.. He drilled a 300lb Boar head shot in the prone position with a Glock. He is a team guy legend. I pulled securtiy with a M4. We cut em up. good eattin that night with drinks.
I carry my G21 when hog hunting though we generally catch them live with dogs , but I've plugged a few just because. My G21 is bumped to 460 Rowland so its not really a fair comparison to general pistol rounds
 

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4H has a huge youth presence in Northern CO at my range. Knowledge removes a lot of that curiosity factor. Lots of adults shouldn’t be allowed to handle firearms IMO as they’re just as clueless. Buying a gun and putting it in a drawer or purse thinking it’s going to save your life is a recipe for disaster.
 

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It was about 25-30 yards away. Hit it 1x then turned to run towards him. Caught him again in the head, dropped it. They make for some good eating as well. My son loves his G21 too. I EDC G19 and G19X Been thinking about the G43x
I carry my G21 when hog hunting though we generally catch them live with dogs , but I've plugged a few just because. My G21 is bumped to 460 Rowland so its not really a fair comparison to general pistol rounds
 

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4H has a huge youth presence in Northern CO at my range. Knowledge removes a lot of that curiosity factor. Lots of adults shouldn’t be allowed to handle firearms IMO as they’re just as clueless. Buying a gun and putting it in a drawer or purse thinking it’s going to save your life is a recipe for disaster.
Agreed, most will go to a range now and then, even LE. but shooting, moving, comms, is a whole diff animal and a perishable skill if not kept up.
 

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