Klancy's first rifle
This is a discussion on Klancy's first rifle within the Firearms & Ammunition forums, part of the HUNTING EQUIPMENT, FIREARMS & AMMUNITION category; Hello all, My best buddy and the littlest hunter I know just handled her first rifle today! Klancy has hunted ...
03-18-2010, 05:28 AM #1
- Member of Peninsular Firearms Academy
- Hunted Australia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malta
Klancy's first rifle
My best buddy and the littlest hunter I know just handled her first rifle today!
Klancy has hunted with me at home for pigs and deer and in 2009 she came to Africa where we hunted for 6 weeks. She adores animals and knows her big 5, hippos, giraffe and zebra. Most of the time, any antelope is an impala, though sometimes she'll pick a kudu! A pig is a pig and she loves them all!
Although after today Klancy won't handle her single shot .22 till October, it was great to see her as excited as I was! We'll be heading out to Hungerford, Queensland to hunt wild pigs; Klancy might get to pop a tin can!
Klancy will be 2 in April and her little sister Melita is six weeks old. It's going to be great when all my girls (and the missus) come with on the next safari!
She cute as a button. Look out world !!!!I have walked in the tracks of the elephant, heard the lion roar and met the buffalo on his terms. I shall never be the same.
03-19-2010, 12:29 PM #3
- Member of SCI Northeast Wisconsin Chapter, NRA, Local Sportsmen's Club
- Hunted South Africa
Certainly starting out on the right foot with the rifle!
03-20-2010, 03:52 AM #4
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03-29-2010, 04:04 AM #5
- Member of AfricaHunting.com
- Hunted Tanzania, Nepal, Canada,
Very cute little baby DOLL !! she should be like father like daughter , PIGGIS watch out !!!!!
Happy hunting , you would be a proud dad the day your little baby takes her first game .
MonishITS NOT THE RIFLE BUT THE MAN BEHIND THE RIFLE
That's a beautiful daughter you have there and the rifle is awesome!Drinking a sundowner and sleeping to the sounds of roaring lions after a long day of trekking in the African wilds is an experience of a lifetime .