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Re: Youth shotguns

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11-30-2012 09:22:30

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one other thing,NO child regardless of age is too young to take to the field!! i just spent a week in deer camp with a 11 week old baby and a breast feeding mother.two deer with the baby in a carrier proves it can be done,IF you make allowances for it.either one or both your kids can hunt with you now,IF YOU really want them to. theres no age limit whatsoever. when their young your their hero, take them now, make allowances,bond with them a little. teach them the discipline it takes to be still and listen to you now while doing something they get excited about, and youll often find your more of a hero and less of a zero later on... well you DID ask for opinions!LOL

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11-30-2012 10:54:57

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to jackinok, 11-30-2012 09:22:30  
Jack,I commed you for all you stated. The fact you have a baby tells me that you are young and undouptly had/have (hopful he's still around) an EXELENT mentor. Far too many feel that if you don't plan on filling the sky with lead and smoke,may as well stay home. Oh,and we must also guage our sucess by how many and what size we haul back home.

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12-03-2012 07:54:32

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to da.bees, 11-30-2012 10:54:57  
not my baby,sons newest.

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