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    I can't remember the first gun I ever fired. I do remember getting a Daisy BB gun for my 6 or 7 birthday. It's no telling how many pounds of rusting BB's are around my old home site. I wish I still had that little gun, IIRC it had gun safety rules branded in the plastic stock, my Dad's safety rules were much harsher.

    There on, from that age, shooting a rifle or whatever was expected and about as natural as activities like swimming, basketball, fishing, etc.
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    Some time before the age of nine. My Dad would take me hunting for food, rabbit & squirrel with an Savage over/under rifle.
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    Started shooting .22 with my dad at 5-6ish, but only with him.

    when i was 7 i got a crossman airgun that i was allowed to take out alone.

    shot lots of stuff with my dad between 7 and 12, and he gave me my Rem. Model 7 .243 when i was 12.

    then....well, i shot everything i could get.
    I thoroughly disapprove of duels.
    If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand
    and lead him to a quiet place and kill him.
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