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    baumy300 is offline Star Spokesman
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    Don't steal in Montana!

    Props to the girl for being such a badass. It's to bad about the guy before her though
    :'(

    And too bad this will never make mainstream media, unless of course if was two white guys committing the crime.
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    http://www.libertypost.org/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=185167

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    Good for her.
    Many don't even have keys to their homes when I lived there, as long as they drop inside the door, no questions asked.
    Not wise to take up burgling in MT.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    This is so awesome!
    Your right!
    It will never make the mainstream media unless it was two white guys....and of course, the GUN issue.
    What a great girl!
    No doubt she would be dead today if she had not shot those two bastards.

    It is, what it is.

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    Lucky that she did not end up dead, but how the hell does an 11 year old have any possibility to get access to her dads handgun. That's insane.

    Thanks to PPE for the sig.

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    "cogitans" wrote:
    Lucky that she did not end up dead, but how the hell does an 11 year old have any possibility to get access to her dads handgun. That's insane.
    ...Patricia had been a clay shooting champion since she was nine...
    She grew up around guns and respects them and knows how to use them.
    It's a part of every day life.
    Not that strange if you live there and see how life works there.
    It's a sport (not killing people obviously) but shooting clay pigeons/skeet, hunting.
    There isn't much to do in MT if you're not into outdoor activities.
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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    Lucky that she did not end up dead, but how the hell does an 11 year old have any possibility to get access to her dads handgun. That's insane.
    http://...Patricia had been a clay shooting champion since she was nine...
    She grew up around guns and respects them and knows how to use them.
    It's a part of every day life.
    Not that strange if you live there and see how life works there.
    It's a sport (not killing people obviously) but shooting clay pigeons/skeet, hunting.
    There isn't much to do in MT if you're not into outdoor activities.
    Well apparently that's how it is.

    I still call it extremely strange. And I'm pretty sure that is it were here that would be an immediate loose of gun license for improper storage of legally purchased firearm.

    Good that she knew her way around a lethal hand weapon, but allowing kids at that age access to guns is imo fucking nuts.

    Thanks to PPE for the sig.

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    Nice story.
    Too bad its an urban legend.
    Sorry.. not true.
    Besides being from Montana myself I can tell you that we teach our daughters to blow the heads off not the balls.
    ;D

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    He suffered fatal wounds to his abdomen and genitals.
    You can't see it, but I'm giving her a standing ovation.

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    Lucky that she did not end up dead, but how the hell does an 11 year old have any possibility to get access to her dads handgun. That's insane.
    http://...Patricia had been a clay shooting champion since she was nine...
    She grew up around guns and respects them and knows how to use them.
    It's a part of every day life.
    Not that strange if you live there and see how life works there.
    It's a sport (not killing people obviously) but shooting clay pigeons/skeet, hunting.
    There isn't much to do in MT if you're not into outdoor activities.
    Well apparently that's how it is.

    I still call it extremely strange. And I'm pretty sure that is it were here that would be an immediate loose of gun license for improper storage of legally purchased firearm.

    Good that she knew her way around a lethal hand weapon, but allowing kids at that age access to guns is imo fricken nuts.
    Man, you would really freak out if you seen all the farmers that let their 8 and 9 year olds drive the trucks into town. I'm telling you, guns, cars, tractors, you name it, are not an issue over here. I've seen some crazy stuff in small towns.

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    Re: Don't steal in Montana!

    "baumy300" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    Lucky that she did not end up dead, but how the hell does an 11 year old have any possibility to get access to her dads handgun. That's insane.
    http://...Patricia had been a clay shooting champion since she was nine...
    She grew up around guns and respects them and knows how to use them.
    It's a part of every day life.
    Not that strange if you live there and see how life works there.
    It's a sport (not killing people obviously) but shooting clay pigeons/skeet, hunting.
    There isn't much to do in MT if you're not into outdoor activities.
    Well apparently that's how it is.

    I still call it extremely strange. And I'm pretty sure that is it were here that would be an immediate loose of gun license for improper storage of legally purchased firearm.

    Good that she knew her way around a lethal hand weapon, but allowing kids at that age access to guns is imo fricken nuts.
    Man, you would really freak out if you seen all the farmers that let their 8 and 9 year olds drive the trucks into town. I'm telling you, guns, cars, tractors, you name it, are not an issue over here. I've seen some crazy stuff in small towns.
    I probably would

    Thanks to PPE for the sig.

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