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    I think the way the world is going, many countries are becoming more insular, and gun awareness is always a good thing, and has to be responsibly taught, if we are to be a better place.
    Lets see how this pans out, in the very diverse world of gun ownership, laws and freedoms!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    Meanwhile our children are taught to scream incessantly at the sight of a firearm...

    40 to 60 years ago, everyone here was taught basic firearms handling in school too.
    I still have my late grandfather's 1915 copy of "Scouting For Boys". The advert for BSA Air Rifles makes interesting reading, particularly relating to the venues suggested if a rifle range was not available. One can only imagine the response if the advice in the advert was followed today.
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    hi i have always said kids should be taught the safe handling of firearms at a early age i feel there would be less trouble in later life
    don’t get me wrong there is always going to be the odd nutter there always has

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    I was showing my buddy a new rifle and his daughter started screaming, and would not stop.

    Apparently that's what she was taught to do in school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    that's what she was taught to do in school
    I wonder if the opinionated self centered "Teacher" thought to teach her anything important? Other than her/his own agenda...
    Regards, Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30Three View Post
    My daughter is shooting a Feinwerkbau 300S air rifle in photo 1 and a 1918 SMLE in.22 in the second photo.
    She is showing good levels of concentration and accuracy for her age. My wife also shoots; it really is a great family sport.
    The key is education. If taught properly; children learn many things such as: responsibility, safety, concentration, respect.
    Absolutely Shaun, it removes the 'fear and hate of firearms' liberal agenda from kids, teaches great self discipline that reads across well for many areas of life as they grow up.

    I assumed the SMLE was .22 mate as .303 would be like shouldering a field gun for your daughter!

    Several years ago at my range, the chap shooting next to me had his 9 year old son with him.

    He had a very carefully supervised 5 rounds on his dad's 1903A3. The stout .30-06 recoil sent him backwards 6" down the shooting Matt!

    But, he hit the target and kept the rifle under full control.

    He put all 5 rounds through the Springfield and thoroughly enjoyed it too!

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    During the recent school holidays, my daughter had to make a diary of what she did; for the school.
    She wrote about reloading ammunition and cleaning the .45 calibre pistol with her Daddy.
    I'm wondering what the teacher's reaction will be when she reads it!

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    I bought one of these recently and found this original advertising from the era.
    Can't see to many kids celebrating like this these days




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    My 6yr old this past summer. The lad can't shoulder a rifle yet but he can hit what he aims at,,,sometimes.
    It's more about the fun and safety basics now anyway.
    Load the magazine, charge the rifle, let fly.



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