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By sucksforme. - / Sunday 10 May 2009 05:05 / Canada
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It sucks when kids do stuff like that, but they really don't know any better. Best is to tell them that they've done wrong, and hope that they won't do it again.

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I kinda think op deserves it. If your kid can get to his older brother BB gun that doesn't seem safe at all. You're lucky all he did was put it in your bag

It sucks when kids do stuff like that, but they really don't know any better. Best is to tell them that they've done wrong, and hope that they won't do it again.

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You should keep your bb gun hidden. I was shot point blank in the face from a bb gun and lost a tooth. The kid who shot me was 15 or 16 years old at the time and shouldn't have had access to a bb gun. You should keep all guns in a safe area.

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I was shot in the hand from a 600 fps bb gun at point blank range, let's just say that kid is now missing a nut from his own bb gun.

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Are you joking? I'm 15 and use actual guns on a regular basis. A 15 to 16 would be perfectly fine with a BB gun.

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My first real gun was a .22. I got it when I was 13, I was taught gun safety and responsibility from an early age, because a large number of my family members hunted

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