"Seek the wisdom of ages, but look at the world through the eyes of a child"
They do make me laugh.
Jesus f*cking Christ - how do they come up with this *****?! When was the last time you met a kid who was into hunting/shotguns/firearms who was a trouble maker? We simply don't tolerate troublesome kids in our sport so we produce well-grounded responsible young adults who have a respect for firearms and their elders.
Sad bunch of morons who waste time putting animal welfare before children - I notice they aren't lobbying to stop kids watching violence, sex, and drugs on TV/computer games?!??
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good god that is a lot of sh** are this lot from planet earth ? for goodness sake banning fly traps are this lot for real ?.
Tosh yes, but realistically, how many under 18s would this actually affect? I should imagine very few as most under 18s who will want to read shooting matter will have parents/relatives who shoot anyway so they will be introduced to shooting directly and will also have access to magazines through their parents.
My eldest is 13, a SGC holder and a BASC young shot. The only shooting magazines she reads is from BASC. She is also a member of Wilts Wildlife, RSPB and Woodland trust. She subscribes to Pony.
Can you guess she's not a Towny like the pilluks pushing this agenda! She has the most incredible sensitivity for life but understands that hunting is part of keeping a balance.
She got interested after a fox killed our ducks.
Make them top shelf. It's going to be sure to be seen and wanted by 14 year old boys everywhere. If they can break off from killing people for 2 minutes on their Nintendo etc!
How many of us shoot because we enjoy killing?
What a load of F---ing *****, I am off up to WHsmith in a bit I do hope the ******s offer me a leaflet.
I think it is a great idea ;-) The placing of w**k mags on the top shelf only seems to encourage the practice with the young, lets hope putting shooting mags in the same place has the same affect.
One day I want to be as wonderful as my dogs think i am .....
I hope they're about when I pop down to WHSmiths.
I'll take as many leaflets as possible go round the corner shred them and bin them.
As for the numptys that are mentioned in the notes -
I wish they lived near me so that I could monitor their reaction when the area they live in becomes overrun with rats, grey squirrels and foxes.
Not that I would activley participate in such a thing as releasing pest animals in certain areas - no I'll leave that to the RSPCA and SSPCA