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OMG. I could not believe this when I read it. Who in their right mind would buy their teen son an assualt rifle? I mean I could see it if father and son or mother and son were avid hunters maybe buying the teen his own shotgun after multiple gun safety classes and a locked gun cabinet that ds didn't have a key to, but an assualt rifle? Sometimes I seriously think people should be licsenced to have kids.
Well my DH had a gun when he was younger and went to shotting rang to shot the gun. He was only allowed to shot with him and the gun stayed with his grandfather... His grandfather had a license to carry....
DH and I went to the shooting range a couple of times which is really cool but very loud..... We both have rifles but they are put away in the attic far away from anybody to get... There meant to be for fun not for killing..
some people don't think. My boyfriend use to own 4 guns. he sold 3 of them to other polices officers. he just has the one he use for work. he has showed me how to handle the gun and clean it. i never gone shooting. we don't ave a safe for it, but that is his x-mas gift this yr.
I definately understand that some people want guns and own them and that their teenagers may be interested in skee shooting or hunting or sharpshooting, but these parent swere just really really irresponsible. Especially for home safety or on the job, as long as people are responsible and sensible.
I don't know, maybe I'm just really sensitive since someone I know was killed in his teens playing russian roulette at a friends house whose dad owned guns, kept them loaded and not locked up. There was even speculation that the "friend" killed him, but the kid pleaded out before the investigation was complete. These kids were only 15. And now with the school shootings, you sometimes have to wonder at how easy it is for these kids to get the guns. Sorry if I keep this up, we'll probably end up on the debate board.
<div align="center">Thanks Alison's Mommy, SillyMama, Katarina and samylaine for my blinkies.</div>