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    Fifth-Grader Suspended for Exposing Other Students to a ‘Level 2 Lookalike Firearm

    Its hard to swallow some of the crap educators are doing to our kids. I remember going to high school with my 22 hanging in the gun rack in my pickup

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    As a reponse to mass shootings zero tolerance of finger pointing will markedly improve student safety.

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    One of the commenters: "I would just give the principal a “level 3 ballistic missile looking” finger."


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911er View Post
    Its hard to swallow some of the crap educators are doing to our kids. I remember going to high school with my 22 hanging in the gun rack in my pickup

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    You carry your gun in a rack in your pickup because you know you belong to the land. And the land you belong to is grand! And when you say Yeeow! Ayipioeeay! your only sayin' your doin' fine, Oklahoma! Oklahoma O.K.

    In Ohio we used to do the same. Sometime in the 1970ies. (years after the 1968 gun control act) buying long guns and ammo was changed from 17 to 18 years old.

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    In the 60s I was in Jr High in southern Indiana, we took our shotguns on the bus and wore our hunting jackets in the morning. Left the guns in our hall lockers during the day and walked home shooting rabbits, quail and squirrels. Plus no guy would be caught dead without a 4" folding pouch knife on his belt, I favored the Henry Bear Paw.
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    This is my knife I carried as a kid and my Boy Scout Handbook, 1959 addition.

    My knife was my dads when he was a kid.

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    I wonder what they would have done to him if it were a Level 1 (or 3, which ever is more lethal) Lookalike Firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by color of law View Post
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    This is my knife I carried as a kid and my Boy Scout Handbook, 1959 addition.

    My knife was my dads when he was a kid.
    I was just going through some of my moms stuff a while back and found my Boy Scout knife and whittling chip card.

    When I went to JVS not too long ago we were permitted to carry pocket knives but I'd bet that's changed now.

    Also, I have a relative that works at an education facility in a very rural area. For the kids she teaches firearm ownership and hunting are a way of life, and games like cops and robbers, pretend hunting, and cowboys and Indians are inevitably played. If all these kids were disciplined like this 5th grader nobody would be getting an education.

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    Any state law against a parent open carrying a large, holstered hunting knife into a school building?

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    Parent said an in-school suspension would have been better .... he's an anti

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