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    Default I believe the children are our future


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    That's AWESOME!!!!
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    Go little lady go!!!
    We need more dads like that so we would not have uneducated kids growing up to vote anti-gun. You could see how proud she was and that she was enjoying hanging out with dad. He is a great man who ever he is!

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    I hope she gets to teach her kidlings the same some day.

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    Awesome...just wish she would check the chamber when she first started handling the rifle on camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKDoug View Post
    Awesome...just wish she would check the chamber when she first started handling the rifle on camera.
    Well I agree, but she already had it in her hands and that is the first thing you do when you pick it up so Iím sure she did. Spend enough time around weapons to get that advanced surely she has the basics but it would be better to show it for those watching.

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    Right on I just had a talk with my daughter about what she would do with my firearms when I die. She has been trained and I hope she finds a mate that will share with her in her future hunting training of her children. I have firearms that have been pass threw 3 generations she will be the 4th. you are right our children are our future and she has been trained. Well maybe she will train her husband and the 5th gen I only hope so as I am sure I will be gone at that time in space. Lets hope as I am watching from wherever would be in bliss to see her family hunting that would be my wish

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    She knew what she was doing all checks were in place ;] as a father i'm sure it was a time check like forest gump GD officer material my bad

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    Default Good kid

    great video !

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    Nice, but can she shoot? (my guess is, yes)

    Let's see those 1/2" groups! Having taught kids to shoot through the 4-H program in the past, I was always amazed at how quickly and accurately the girls in that age bracket would pick up the techniques and apply them. I'm pretty sure that the girls outshot the boys every time, especially in that roughly 8-12 year old bracket. The boys typically didn't pick up on their accuracy and start to really nail down the fundamentals of marksmanship until they were into their teens (though there were always exceptions).
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