guns always room for one more




 
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2 Weeks Ago  
henryb
 

Topic: guns always room for one more


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1 Week Ago  
MontyB
 
 
That is an impressive collection but they would go absolutely nuts here if they found magazines stored with weapons, we have to have both stored separately and locked.


But turning the picture helped considerably as it initially looked like the wife's shoe cupboard.
6 Days Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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We are looking at buying the kid his first rifle, leaning toward one of the Henry 22LR Lever action range.
Figured it was probably a good time to get him started given that he will inherit a small armoury one day.🤨
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5 Days Ago  
henryb
 
When i was about 9 years old maybe just a little younger.For Christmas my daddy placed the very old Fulton Arms 16 gauge non shooting shotgun that my grandmother had given me from my great grandfather after he passed away under the Christmas tree ,with a bow and a card .Wiping the tears from my eyes, my dad said did you look on the gun rack in your room?????? There was a single shoot bolt action JC Higgins 22 scoped rifle. I grew up to become my Dads replacement in life. same sense of humor. I remember him getting a pump up pellet pistol and remember him sitting around on Christmas day .pumping the gun one pump and shooting the glass ball decorations off the tree. of course he had been Drinking just a little.
4 Days Ago  
MontyB
 
 
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Originally Posted by henryb
When i was about 9 years old maybe just a little younger.For Christmas my daddy placed the very old Fulton Arms 16 gauge non shooting shotgun that my grandmother had given me from my great grandfather after he passed away under the Christmas tree ,with a bow and a card .Wiping the tears from my eyes, my dad said did you look on the gun rack in your room?????? There was a single shoot bolt action JC Higgins 22 scoped rifle. I grew up to become my Dads replacement in life. same sense of humor. I remember him getting a pump up pellet pistol and remember him sitting around on Christmas day .pumping the gun one pump and shooting the glass ball decorations off the tree. of course he had been Drinking just a little.
Up until now we have avoided letting him play with toys gun etc. with the hope of instilling in him the idea that guns aren't toys but it is obvious that they attract his interest everytime I have one out so we figured it would be a good to start him on the real thing.

We have a local small bore range to learn at and hopefully in a couple of years he can graduate to something a little bigger, his mother thinks he will be fine but I think back to some of the dumbass things I got away with and will be happy if he graduates school with all his toes.
😁

I have never understood why parents think their kids will be different, from what I have seen they grow up exactly the same.
4 Days Ago  
henryb
 
just like their old man,but each time just a little wiser.10 toes 10 fingers and both eyes.and all the things i would blow up as a kid
3 Days Ago  
MontyB
 
 
Hehe yes the youthful fascination with fire and explosions.
While I guess I am meant to say that he will never do the things I did growing up I really hope that he does because it was a hell of a lot of fun.

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