Best friends hunting accident

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    Best friends hunting accident

    This happened 3-4 years ago. One of my best friends went hunting with his grandpa, due to his grandpas recklessness his family and I will never see him again... He died at 18, didn't even have a chance to live his life. Let this be a reminder to all the hunters to how important it is to identify your target before shooting.

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    Grandpa, violated every rule of hunter safety. It was a dumb incident that shouldn't have happened. That's just a fact.
    Sorry you lost your best friend as a result of it. That has to suck. But keep his memory alive.... I lost 7 friends at the age of 15... due to one very stupid individual .... and I've always wondered "what if". Every big event in life, I remembered they never got to the chance to do it or to experience it, which made it even more important to appreciate it. ....

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