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Well I am a proud uncle. Over the weekend I took my nephew to hunter's safety class. For me it was long and boring
But the kid loved it. He now is fourteen and has been bugging me for the last year to go hunting "duck hunting". Until now he was just not ready. His grades were down and he lacked the maturity level to handle a fire arm. It only took me a month to convince my sister in law to let him go. But, Billy and I won the battle. So now I am being bugged "WHEN ARE WE GOING HUNTING" I told him that rabbit season is open till the end of the month and over Easter weekend we will go.
I just wanted to share the joy of my weekend to all of you, take care.
 

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congrats,my nephew just had his first birthday and me and my bro cant wait tell hes old enough to hunt. the legal age to hunt here is 10. i think thats a little young. but maybe when hes 12 he will be mature enough to hunt.
 

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my 6 year old daughter is already learning to blow a duck call. she wants to go with daddy pretty bad. i can't wait until she is old enough to go. my 19 month old plays with the duck calls a lot too. she is soo happy when she can get it to make a sound.
 
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