Now This Kid Is A Future Pistol Champion In The Making
The kid in the video below is only 5 years old, but he’s already a future pistol champion in the making. If you teach your children at an early age about guns and gun safety, not only will you be saving that child’s life, but you’ll be saving the lives of other children as well. If you have guns in the house and you also have children, the best thing is to invest in a gun safe. Always keep your guns secure until you are ready to use them. Also, trigger locks may be used if you do not own a gun safe.
I was taught at a very early age to NEVER handle a firearm without adult supervision, subsequently, I never accidentally shot any other children. My Father never had to lock up his guns, or put them in a gun safe, he always kept a loaded pistol in his nightstand for easy access in case of a break in. When I got married and had children of my own, I taught my own kids about guns, they weren’t some mysterious thing stashed away in my closet, also, they were never loaded while in the house and the ammunition was kept separately and always out of reach. And as long as I’ve owned weapons, my boys have never shot themselves, or any other children either…amazing isn’t it ?
Written beneath the video on YouTube was this:
“At 5 years of age my son Wyatt is training with his first pistol. Only the gun is new. He has been taught the fundamentals of gun handling, marksmanship and safety for more than 2 years. His training started with toy guns, to airsoft training weapon systems and has graduated to his first actual pistol. I have owned firearms for 40 years and have carried them in my career and trained other personnel in the US and abroad for 30 years.”
*DISCLAIMER: For those inspired by this video to train your children in the use of firearms, please recognize that this child has been trained by a professional for more than 2 years prior to handling an actual firearm. Safety should always be paramount in firearms training!
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