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  1. #1
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    8? year old girl operating a machine-gun!

    I never seen any kids her age operate weapons of such velocity!!

    Although she was not in any imminent danger, she was not wearing anything protective but supervised, and from the looks of it she’s done this before --- I wonder what she is getting for Xmas!!

    Some of the shots taken by people-besides her did not look like bullets-out of-guns to me --- that was some serious-ammo!

    Good thing they have an age limit eh?

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    Was someone driving that car?

    Amazing video thou..

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    She had ear mugs and protective goggles on.

    It was at a gun show of sorts, so she had plenty of supervision.

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    She might be the next GI Jane
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    That girl is going to grow up being very screwed up in the head. I suppose these people are the people who some Americans use the term "redneck" to describe. I don't know why any parent thinks it's okay for their girl to shoot a gun, let alone that machine gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azizny
    Was someone driving that car?

    Amazing video thou..

    Thanks,

    Peace,
    lets hope not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utaria-Aaron
    She had ear mugs and protective goggles on.

    It was at a gun show of sorts, so she had plenty of supervision.
    I was thinking along-the line of a "bullet proof vest" but yes she looks like she did it before..

    Hey maybe she will get a "bullet proof vest" for Xmas lol

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    holy crap, the army could really use her
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWUSER101
    I was thinking along-the line of a "bullet proof vest" but yes she looks like she did it before..

    Hey maybe she will get a "bullet proof vest" for Xmas lol
    You're behind the gun, why the hell would you need a bullet-proof vest?

    When I was about 10 years old, I was allowed to shoot cans and birds with a .22 calibre rifle. I was supervised. I turned out ok.

    Two summers ago I went to visit some friends down in Texas, was able to shoot a fully-automatic Romanian AK-47.
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    Just because its cool to wear one..

    I use to hunt snakes with a double-barrel rifle when i was a kid

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    She had someone right there watching over her so I'm sure she wasn't in any serious danger except for some tired arms. I guess it says a lot about the engineering of that weapon that even an 8-year old can operate it.


    I wonder what kind of things she's going to be firing in 20 years?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by schmeg007
    She had someone right there watching over her so I'm sure she wasn't in any serious danger except for some tired arms. I guess it says a lot about the engineering of that weapon that even an 8-year old can operate it.


    I wonder what kind of things she's going to be firing in 20 years?!
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