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crow... with a webley diana... i think i was about 11... then got shot in arm with a 22 rifle straight after... l

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Can't remember exact age - but about 3/4 years old - Dad took me into the fields around our house one evening and i shot a rabbit with his 12g. I remember Dad having to kneel down and balance the shotgun on his shoulder and hold it tight with his hand cos i couldn't pick the gun up on my own or hold it steady. I remember the rabbit doing a backflip and lying still - i'd hit it in the head! Off i scampered across the field and dragged my first kill back. He made me carry the rabbit all the way home - showed me how to skin and clean it and then cooked it for my tea! I've been hooked on hunting ever since!

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first thing i shot was my older brother ...lol with a GAT gun serves himself [bANNED TEXT] lol :gunsmilie::gunsmilie:

 

Ditto,

 

 

My eldest son was nearly 3 when he shot a hare with my rimmy at 70yrds, his only 4 now and loves coming out with me

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SITTING IN A HIDE UNDER A SITTY TREE, WITH ME 410 SKELETON BUT HAMER GUN.

WOOD PIGEON CAME INTO ROOST, UP THREW AND BANG, WOODY TUMBLED TO THE GROUND.

REMEMBER IT AS WAS YESTERDAY. DONT THINK ANYBODY FORGETS.

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my self in the foot ouch but living thing was sparrows in the back garden with bsa pistol thing cant remember what it was but it was a break barel

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