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    I saw this and thought it was the best thing ever. Kids are much smarter then we give them credit for and can be taught the responsibilities of a bow early.

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    Jen, my kid just turned three in october and has been shooting a bow with nerf darts since last Christmas and talks about hunting all the time. He may even have his animal identification down better than most adults.He also now that we eat what we shoot/hunt. I'm am proud that I can start him so young.
    I don't let people that disapprove bother me or even give them the chance to do so.
    kudos to you hunting and shooting in a safe way will instill many things that will stay with one for life. Good luck to you and your family's adventures.
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    Well here is pretty much how I feel about it... I would only be preaching to the choir if I went into what the outdoors teaches your children. Especially with the most recent horrific event last week, people have to see that as long as parents spend time with their children, they are ahead of the game...
    Any excuse to posts some pics of the kiddos I'll take These are special special times that I dearly cherish.
    My daughter from 1 to 6 and now her little brother joining in.
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    Oh my goodness Montana!! Your pictures are so cute!!! I love the look on your daughters face in the turkey picture! Cracked me up!!


    Thanks again everyone for making me feel better!

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    Not gonna lie Montana, those pictures make me pretty excited to eventually be a dad. Love it.

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    I didn't read this whole thread just the first and last page. I started shooting a bow at 3, and I turned out just fine lol. well at least i think I did, but in response no I dont think so.

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    Jen- Camofire just posted up that photo of your boy shooting his bow. That little man is famous!

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    Lmao!!! That's too funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Jen- Camofire just posted up that photo of your boy shooting his bow. That little man is famous!
    No joke Fink you should see how many Likes he got in Facebook! Talk about "Going Viral"!

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    I think its awesome how all this turned out. I think its great that the hunting community can stick together like this.

 

 

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