father son bonding

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by movekwik2002, May 19, 2013.

  1. movekwik2002

    movekwik2002 New Member

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    Spent my saturday night with my son. Showing him proper handling of fire arms. How to clean the ones we have. And just having a nice night

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  2. BeyondTheBox

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    Little is better than father, son time.
     
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  3. trip286

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    Took mine to a mini golf and games place.

    The only pictures I got because it's the one activity I wasn't participating in. He wanted to drive a go cart himself, and there's a weight limit on the junior carts...



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    He kicked my butt at laser tag too ;)

    As far as safe gun handling... See my avatar. He wanted to handle my 1911, so I cleared it myself first and stuck an empty mag in, then told him to show me how it's done. That was a couple weeks ago. He's wearing a home made Jedi robe (yeah, single dads have to be well rounded), and said he's going to be "Jedi master Gun Slinger" one day.

    Then we made s'mores this evening after dinner around the campfire.

    It was a good day.
     
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  4. AR10

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    Time spent with dads or sons. Interesting concept. My dad split soon after I showed up in 1956. In those days, deadbeat fathers were never arrested or pursued by courts or LOE.

    I don't remember him, or would know if I were in the same room with him.

    You father's out there, take care of your children. Hug them, and remember, be around while they are growing up.

    Sons, remember fathers day is not just once a year. Call your dad, and do stuff with him. Listen to him tell stories. His stories of himself, and his dad, is your greatest heritage.
     
  5. MisterMcCool

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    You're Justin Bieber's dad?!
     
  6. rifleman1

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    heres my son ready for our ride
     
  7. movekwik2002

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    A broke ass beiber! Lmao!

    Since he cut his hair he looks less like him. When he had longer hair he was a total doppleganger
     
  8. tstevens58

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    Real men are great fathers
     
  9. txpossum

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    Most of my best memories of my father revolve around firarms -- helping him reload, going to the range, a few hunting trips. Firearms are probably the strongest connection that I have to my father.

    Your time was well spent.
     
  10. apwvsd40ve

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    Agreed...my best memories of childhood involved the outdoors...rod and reel, or firearm...I only hope that my daughter takes a small interest as well
     
  11. Rick1967

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    My son and I shoot, fish, camp and hunt together. And right now we are in the middle of a Jeep restoration. My Dad was not around when I was growing up. I am making it memorable for my son.
     
  12. HockaLouis

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    Those are great posts guys.
     
  13. BeyondTheBox

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    I'll never purposefully have a child, responsibility beyond myself just isn't anything I've ever been interested in, but my father and I do everything together and have since he divorced my mom.

    He's my fishing, shooting, hunting, camping, drinking, BBQing and golfing partner. Often my eldest brother is involved as well. His friends are mine and mine his.
     
  14. movekwik2002

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    If you knew me then ( when he was born) you would know I had no intentions of having another child. I was not ready fot the first one and did not like his mother. I was with her so I did not loose my daughter. And woke up one morning with another kid.

    Now I would not change a thing though. I love my son and it makes me laugh that he is JUST like me!

    There are some things in life that you would normally not like that bring your biggest joys.
     
  15. BeyondTheBox

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    Oh I'm sure, man!
     
  16. qwiksdraw

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    Hank Hill: Bobby, if you weren’t my son, I’d hug you.

    King of the Hill
     
  17. trip286

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    Fishing at the local park...



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  18. trip286

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    Now, I took him to Chattanooga Friday, to turn him over to his Mom for the summer. I miss him already.

    Just east of Monroe we had another good moment. I pulled over on the side of the interstate so we could watch the crop dusters pulling off their aerobatics. I did point out to him that flying UNDERNEATH the overpass is illegal as hell and incredibly dangerous to everyone.

    He wants a crop duster now.
     
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    My 3 year old with his first by himself fish.

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  20. stoneam2006

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    And my dad taught me everything I know and to this day still is...