My point is that a biological age can never be placed on when it can be allowable to train a person in proper firearm safety.
You are confused.<quoted text>
Crazy as it sounds it might come down to the Disney yardstick of height? Crazy, crazy, crazy.
Have no fear, the NRA has told us "7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at the Shooting Range."
I said there is no biological age (add physical characteristics to that) that can be placed on WHEN IT IS ALLOWABLE TO TRAIN A PERSON IN PROPER FIREARM SAFETY.
>YOU< speak of when a person should be allowed to actually hold and use a particicular type, size, power, configuration, and characteristics OF A WEAPON.
You also speak as if that is the point when proper firearm safety should begin to be taught.
Teaching proper firearm safety begins with NO weapons sir.
THAT phase need start at a very early and tender young age ... perhaps as early as when they begin speaking and walking.
The next phase in proper training with NO weapons IN THE HANDS OF THE TRAINEE and only in the hands of the trainer.
Monkey see - first - then monkey do.
I speak of proper training.
You speak to the lack thereof.