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Balaam's Ass
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I am blessed to have a lot of friends and they have a lot of kids. I hang out with the kids and sometimes get a little trigger time in.
Redwing(Thems code names) about 7 or 8

Redwing age 20.


This is me and Shrike fixing my hair(I can't do a thing with it.)


And more trigger time.

Here's Oriole age about 5

Age 16

Range time


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Nice!
Lots of smiles and some great memories you’ve made for those kids.

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Redwing's old man has nice taste in firearms!

My boy is 7, and not quite ready for the range yet. Doesn't listen to instructions very well, but that's 7 year old boys, near as I can tell. When he's ready, though, he'll be shooting FN bullpups also. Big Grin


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What a bunch of sweeties. There's a lotta love shown in those smiles!!



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Very nice. It is amazing at what the kids will remember and the "days of shooting", are the ones I remember with my family many years ago. Just good quality time, showing them skills and respect.

I am sure them shooting the FS2000 is a real treat to boot.
 
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Good times!


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Outstanding! Smile


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Quality time!


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They are cuties. Have fun.

I think I remember seeing the original photo of Redwing many years ago. I am glad you still know these kids.

You don't seem to be aging.

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Awesome! Good times, I'm sure.

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They are cuties. Have fun.

I think I remember seeing the original photo of Redwing many years ago. I am glad you still know these kids.

You don't seem to be aging.

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To be honest I assumed when the kids became teenagers they would be bored with the old guy and his guns. Pleasant surprise that I I'm still close to most of them and I'm proud of the people they are becoming.


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Wonderful!

This thread has me smiling from ear to ear Big Grin

Thank you for sharing!!!




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Vero8, your influence is no doubt an important factor in the people those kids have become. Good job!
 
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Very cool pics Vero. I always enjoy when you post.
 
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I don't have kids but have taken a few friends kids shooting and it's been tremendous fun. Last fall I did it with a friends older two kiddos who had shot a relatives 22 rifle a few times with my suppressed Victory 22 pistol. Fun to see how apprehensive they were about not having on ear plugs at first. The daughter who I believe was 12 was quite good. Her brother (9), had a bit more fun running through the mag but I did get him to try my P229 (his first "big" gun, with ear muffs at this point) with me holding his arms as he was worried about recoil. Bullseye on the first shot! His dad texted me that night saying he taped that target to his bedroom door. haha
 
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Ok, so now I’m confused.

Is the mustache on or off?

I think I prefer it on.


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FANTASTIC!

Thank you for sharing!!


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FANTASTIC!

Thank you for sharing!!

Yes, yes. Thank you. Seeing these really brighten up your day.


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Man, I need to hold a shoot up here and you GOTTA come!





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Ok, so now I’m confused.

Is the mustache on or off?

I think I prefer it on.

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The mustache is off Big Grin Too much grey in it.


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