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Old 09-05-2013, 09:19   #1
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Student suspended,knows quality gun.

Well, at least he knows quality of a firearm.

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Old 09-05-2013, 16:17   #2
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I lived there in 79....the only thing he should be in trouble for is not having a hi-cap mag...
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Old 09-05-2013, 16:25   #3
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Old 09-05-2013, 17:04   #4
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I don't understand how this happens. Are you so nonchalant with your firearm(s) that you don't realize it is missing? Do you just leave your firearm(s) unsecure and accessible to a first grader?

This ... & parents who forget their baby in the back seat of a hot car.
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Old 09-05-2013, 20:48   #5
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My guess is a really really stupid parent.
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Old 09-05-2013, 20:52   #6
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I don't understand how this happens. Are you so nonchalant with your firearm(s) that you don't realize it is missing? Do you just leave your firearm(s) unsecure and accessible to a first grader?

This ... & parents who forget their baby in the back seat of a hot car.
I agree.


Please note: on 9-5-2013 I agreed with T2L.
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:21   #7
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Based on the thread title I was waiting for the principle to say something like "well at least it wasn't a Tarus"
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:26   #8
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10-1 says that the kid's father used his back-pack for a trip to the range, or for some other gun-related thing, put his pistole in the back-pack, and then forgot it was in there.

Then, the kid goes to school with it.

Or maybe the kid thought his dad's back-pack was cooler than his own, and grabbed it to go to school.
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:37   #9
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I don't understand how this happens. Are you so nonchalant with your firearm(s) that you don't realize it is missing? Do you just leave your firearm(s) unsecure and accessible to a first grader?

This ... & parents who forget their baby in the back seat of a hot car.
At least a couple break downs here.

My kid knew not to take a real gun. Knew not to take a fake gun to school, for that matter. But he knew not to grab one of my real guns.

And of course I don't leave me real guns accessible to him at 1st grade.
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Old 09-06-2013, 13:49   #10
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Based on the thread title I was waiting for the principle to say something like "well at least it wasn't a Kel-Tec"
I fixed that for you.
I own a Taurus PT709. No complaints here.
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Old 09-06-2013, 14:02   #11
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10-1 says that the kid's father used his back-pack for a trip to the range, or for some other gun-related thing, put his pistole in the back-pack, and then forgot it was in there.

Then, the kid goes to school with it.

Or maybe the kid thought his dad's back-pack was cooler than his own, and grabbed it to go to school.
I'll bet a Benjamin against it. If first graders still act the way I remember it, then his back-pack was a spiderman/iron man/transformer one thing or the other.

Unlikely dad goes to the range sporting a comic book character as a carry case for a Glock. That's sacrilege. I'd shoot him my damn self.

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I fixed that for you.
I own a Taurus PT709. No complaints here.
Do you use it as a boat anchor?
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Old 09-06-2013, 14:20   #13
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Parenting fail. Pretty simple.
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Do you use it as a boat anchor?
@ 19oz ... It must not be a very big boat.

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What kind of legal action are they going to take against a 7 year old? Really?!!? Now depending on state law mom and dad may have some issues.
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I'll bet a Benjamin against it. If first graders still act the way I remember it, then his back-pack was a spiderman/iron man/transformer one thing or the other.

Unlikely dad goes to the range sporting a comic book character as a carry case for a Glock. That's sacrilege. I'd shoot him my damn self.

Ah-ha!!! But check my second "or" possibility. It could be the kid thought his dad's back-pack was cooler, and grabbed it to go to school with, instead of his own spiderman/transformer/ironman back-pack.
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Old 09-06-2013, 17:25   #17
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10-1 says that the kid's father used his back-pack for a trip to the range, or for some other gun-related thing, put his pistole in the back-pack, and then forgot it was in there.

Then, the kid goes to school with it.

Or maybe the kid thought his dad's back-pack was cooler than his own, and grabbed it to go to school.
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I'll bet a Benjamin against it. If first graders still act the way I remember it, then his back-pack was a spiderman/iron man/transformer one thing or the other.

Unlikely dad goes to the range sporting a comic book character as a carry case for a Glock. That's sacrilege. I'd shoot him my damn self.

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Ah-ha!!! But check my second "or" possibility. It could be the kid thought his dad's back-pack was cooler, and grabbed it to go to school with, instead of his own spiderman/transformer/ironman back-pack.
I saw that too. I still like my odds. Kids want to be like other little kids. Dads back-pack would have been too big for junior. It would not have fit him properly.

But I would seriously love to know how this came to be. Sometimes (when I'm wearing my tin foil cap) I believe these things are done intentionally/deliberately to draw angst toward the gun debate.

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@ 19oz ... It must not be a very big boat.

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I don't understand how this happens. Are you so nonchalant with your firearm(s) that you don't realize it is missing? Do you just leave your firearm(s) unsecure and accessible to a first grader?

This ... & parents who forget their baby in the back seat of a hot car.
Perhaps we should stop paying the hopelessly stupid to breed like rats.

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But wait a minute, this isn't possible. The liberals made sure that all schools are gun-free zones. Which means there is absolutely no way this could have possibly happened, because guns aren't allowed in schools. Obviously this is just some sick and twisted plot by the evil conservatives to try and make people think that our schools aren't 100% safe. :P
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What kind of legal action are they going to take against a 7 year old? Really?!!? Now depending on state law mom and dad may have some issues.
Lol. Yes he's 7 so I guess no cookies this week or something.

FYI, My child open carries to prevent this kind of incident.
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Let the hand-wringing begin!!! If this happened in a well-funded state instead of New Mexico, that kid would be put in foster care and the parents would be able to visit him for about two years once a month at the family center under the supervision of some hag before he was put up for adoption and never allowed to see his parents again.
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I don't understand how this happens. Are you so nonchalant with your firearm(s) that you don't realize it is missing? Do you just leave your firearm(s) unsecure and accessible to a first grader?

This ... & parents who forget their baby in the back seat of a hot car.
I'm calling it a 90% chance the parents or an uncle someone close to the kiddo is a doper. 10% chance regular people just made a massive f/u and thankfully no one was shot.

ETA - I'm betting the parents are getting some hard questions.
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Legally speaking I don't think the kid can be charged. Mom and dad may have some problems though.
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