THIS LITTLE BULLET (Rare John Wayne) 1970's-Excellent safety film for kids

THIS LITTLE BULLET (Rare John Wayne) 1970's-Excellent safety film for kids

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    THIS LITTLE BULLET (Rare John Wayne) 1970's-Excellent safety film for kids



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    thats a great safety video! simple and straight to the point!

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    Thanks, haven't seen this film in years. Used to show it for Hunter Safety classes way back when.
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    Wait, you mean movies aren't like real life?
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    Excellent! I thank you for posting that link, as I love watching old footage like this (probably because I am considered old footage myself nowadays!). Sadly, I think those times are past us now. Regretable what has become of our culture, and what our culture today is doing to our heritage.
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    Thank you for sharing!

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    Cool film. Funny that round they described as a .243 looked more like a 22LR in his hand. I reloaded and shot that caliber for years, never remember mine looking like that.

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    The message was good, but I wasn't impressed by the way he was flinging the rifle around.

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    This should be a sticky!

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    Thank you for posting.

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    Nice video and boy do I miss the 70's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBGoodToGo View Post
    The message was good, but I wasn't impressed by the way he was flinging the rifle around.
    That was actually used as a discussion topic during our classes. The nonchalant way John Wayne handles his rifle was always a good lesson and sometimes a lively discussion.
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    I did not watch the entire vid yet but was impressed... Nice job John Wayne!!!
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    Great film. Love the fifties era den too.

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    I remember watching this video at my hunter's safety course when I was 12--John Wayne is the man!

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