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Would you post a picture online of your child of grade school age an a gun?
#11
If you were quick I have posted pics of my kids with guns. You'd never be able to pinpoint facial features or anything and they come up missing after a short period of time.
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#12
I would, but I'd be careful about it. I do use Facebook, but I have it set so only friends and family can view any pictures. I might post it here too but that would be pretty anonymous.
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#13
I wouldn't post a picture of any of my family members on the internet with or without a firearm.

IMHO my family doesn't need their 15 minutes of fame that badly.
MOUNTAINORACLE, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#14
I don't post pictures of myself with a gun. Primarily for security reasons. No bumper stickers.

Come and break into my house to get my guns, please.
A gun rack in a pick-up is not for holding guns. Its a place for women to hold on to. Smile
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#15
Personally, I don't post pictures of myself with guns (I don't post pictures of myself at all online in general except during rare occasions) primarily because I don't want anyone specifically to know what I may or may not own. I don't mind posting pictures of my baby though because I doubt in a year or so that anyone will make the connection to what she looks like (ill probably concern myself with it more when she gets to school age) and my Facebook is only open to people I know personally in the real world. People who in a jam would come give me a jump in the middle of the night or let me crash on their sofa you know actual true friends. It's kind of funny because most people I know have like 100+ "friends" on Facebook and I have maybe 20 total.
The forum poster formerly known as Emoticon...
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#16
Why not? My grandson, Ben, age 11, and a Taurus 992. Five of nine in the black on the first try:
[Image: ShootingTaurus22_zps5b5d7e43.jpg]
What's that you say? You can't recognize him? Gee, what a shame. He knows, his Mom knows, and I knows.
Zeeba, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2014.
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#17
Zeeba;146298 Wrote:Why not? My grandson, Ben, age 11, and a Taurus 992. Five of nine in the black on the first try:
[Image: ShootingTaurus22_zps5b5d7e43.jpg]
What's that you say? You can't recognize him? Gee, what a shame. He knows, his Mom knows, and I knows.

Nice!

Who put 5 holes in the black rings on that paper?

Ben, there done that.

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Those who make things happen,
Those who watch things happen,
And those who wonder what happened.
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