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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by IronMonster, Jul 27, 2015.
Unbelievable. Stupid is as stupid does.
sad truth is that gun will have bullets in it one day when that irresponsible POS is passed out on the couch and that little girl shoots her brother.
This is a toy gun. Probably not the best example of parenting, but I seem to remember me and my sister shooting each other with realistic life size snap cap revolvers what I was about this age.
90% sure its a toy.. But still, this father should have slapped her upside the head for pointing ANY firearm/toy or otherwise at anyone.
The Process of Natural Selection often spans subsequent generations.
"Toy" can mean a lot of things. My guess is its a pellet or air soft gizmo which actually means as far as I am concerned its a gun. I understand its not the same thing as daddies Glock (or in this case probably Hi-Point) but its still a gun. My son lost his Air Soft permanently the second time he failed to follow the 4 rules of gun safety ( first was a talking to, second it was crushed)
Realistic gun, little kids pointing and joking with it, dad?? filming and posting it online.
Hope they grow up a bit and learn about real guns before they find a loaded one somewhere!
BTW , I'm only 80% convinced it's not real but I'm not too familiar with airsoft and the like.
It looks real enough for a cop to shoot them if they were brandishing it in a park anyway!
toy or real that kid doesnt know the difference. parent prob doesnt either
"in this case a hi point" you done made me laugh out loud sir.
I just can't listen to urban folks talking too much any more.Kids or not.
Hey! I'm an urban folks! Ya Idahobilly redneck!
This is one of the most disgusting and disturbing things I've ever seen! I'm actually speechless, I don't know what to say!
Given that I am an urban dweller it's all the more disturbing!
Looks like natural selection to me...
This is more fuel for gun control. What is wrong with the parents.
Parents these " people" obviously aren't. Quite disgusting.
I remember when I was a kid we used to have the cap guns. You'd load em with a roll a exploding caps and go out and shoot each other. I managed to gain a good respect for firearms as I grew up, as a lot of people did. maybe these kids will get lucky and do the same. From the way the father was carrying on, I doubt it though.