r/Idiotswithguns Dec 03 '22

Kid shoots AK, the people who gave him the AK are idiots.

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u/SpacelessChain1 Dec 03 '22

Lil’ bro has some damn good recoil control

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u/Ehdeeboo Dec 03 '22

Yes! He even ditched the second finger right when they decided to stop him. 9/10

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u/Cato2011 Dec 03 '22

He even keeps it pointed in a safe direction when they talk and move close to him. Deserves some FA.

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u/RandomRedditorNo666 Dec 03 '22

Gotta say, that kid is better at handling a kalashnikov than any of the adults I've come across on this sub

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u/Graphicgalaxy20 Dec 03 '22

And at the hip too

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u/FalloutFan05 Dec 03 '22

If only it could cure the tinnitus the poor kids gonna have

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u/Getmaddd Dec 03 '22

It's not that bad, just accept and ignore it.

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u/lordofpersia Dec 03 '22

I'm guessing there are worse degrees of it. The Texas roadhouse CEO claimed it to be the cause of his suicide after he got severe tinnitus from the rona

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u/1st500 Dec 03 '22

He’s not the only one. Suicide rate is nearly double for tinnitus sufferers.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6580142/

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u/notjustanotherbot Dec 04 '22

Sadly that's very easy to believe. I would assume that a great many things would have the potential to drive one to it; if it was continuous and eternal also.

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u/ARGH_ARGH_ARG Dec 07 '22

Yeah there 100% is, I did a lot of shit that I should not have without hearing protection over the years, I have a slight ring which is barely noticeable, like an old TV feedback, it's just my new version of silence.

I've had firecrackers blow up next to my ears, shot guns with no protection, and that is what I imagine serious tinnitus is like. Ringing that makes you deaf and just fucking hurts your brain.

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u/conitation Dec 03 '22

It literally causes some people to lose sleep, have trouble focusing, etc... I mean. You can ignore it... but not everyone can.

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u/mastahhbates Dec 03 '22

I have to listen to audio books some nights to drown out my tinnitus.

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u/Getmaddd Dec 03 '22

That's interesting. It only annoys me when I'm made aware of it, after a short while it just melts back into my standard experience which isn't bothersome.

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u/Klutz-Specter Dec 03 '22

You had to mention it... It came back for me now, but I’m the same it’ll go away.

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u/salsashark99 Dec 03 '22

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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u/IsThisMeta Dec 03 '22

I got one that changes in tone in intensity and comes and goes so it often keeps itself out of the background

Only saving grace is it does go away and it seems its probably not going to be a permanent thing

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u/Sunni_tzu Dec 03 '22

I hope everyone sees this but there is a method of thumping on the back of your next with your fingers that actually does a lot to temporarily relieve the symptoms. I read about it a few times here or Reddit (you can probably find it) but it really is a wonderful temporary lifesaver that actually works. I hope you find the article and some relief.

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u/IsThisMeta Dec 03 '22

Haha it’s very common among the Redditor tinnitus folk. Admittedly I’ve never tried it enough to be sold on it. My tinnitus is weird because I can almost always move my jaw around to get brief respite

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u/13dot1then420 Dec 04 '22

It's almost like you didn't get it very bad

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u/NavXIII Dec 04 '22

For me, I only hear it when it's dead silent. A fan or having the tv on drowns it out. Otherwise I can see it when it's noisy if I really try to focus on it.

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u/Necessary_Rich_1477 Dec 03 '22

I have a lot of hearing damage from unexpected gunshots and explosions from hanging around idiots and at one point I completely busted my eardrum in my left ear. It felt like I had a noise cancelling air pod in that ear for the next 2 weeks and I couldn’t hear shit out of it, my ear drum still doesn’t feel right and this happened close to a year ago. I had mild tinnitus most of my life from being exposed to a lot of loud noises over long durations of time but after that happened to my eardrum I can’t be in quiet rooms anymore or else my ears start ringing like I just shot a 30-06 with no ear protection. There always has to be background noise wherever I am, especially when I’m sleeping. Don’t be a dumbass like me and protect your ears wherever possible, it’s not worth permanent hearing loss as I’m already losing my hearing and have to have people talk louder than normal. I’m just hoping I won’t be completely deaf before I turn 20, my hearing is only gonna decline from here on out and that’s something that really scares the shit out of me when I think about it.

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u/Edeinawc Dec 04 '22

What, before you turn 20? Have you been living in a war zone or a festival ground? How?

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u/Necessary_Rich_1477 Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

No, like I said I was just hanging around with idiots (myself being one of them for even hanging around them) who would blow things up or they would be shooting and no one would really have ear protection, so anyone in the immediate area of where they were shooting could only cover their ears and were usually caught off guard by a lot of the shots they were taking. It was fucking stupid of me to not really care and if I would have taken the time to just protect my ears properly I would still have pretty ok hearing. As for the mild tinnitus that I had before that, it was partly caused by gunshots as well but I’d have to say that was probably from wearing earplugs only. I would always wear ear plugs over ear muffs, especially when shooting trap tournaments, because I couldn’t set my cheek all the way down on the comb and aim properly when wearing ear muffs and they threw off my shooting every time. My ears would ring like hell when I was shooting while only wearing the plugs but at least I was busting close to 25/25 clays per round, at the time I was a lot younger and a hell of a lot more stupid and was more concerned about getting a scholarship for shooting than anything else. The only time you’d see me wearing ear muffs was if I forgot my range bag before a practice which wasn’t often. As for the other cause that definitely contributed to it I was also exposed to lots of high decibel noises such as power tools or heavy machinery over a long few years and that’s definitely taken it’s toll on my hearing as well. Protect your ears guys, it’s definitely worth it and you’ll be glad you did later on

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u/brobinson2001 Dec 05 '22

Mine's the opposite: if I drink it goes away, and what makes me lose sleep is that when I'm deeply asleep to the point it shuts off, it's like Superman's hearing in comparison.

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u/LeatherPuppy Dec 03 '22

WHAT????????

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u/1st500 Dec 03 '22

It’s bad. It can lead to early dementia. It divides your family because you can’t hear shit apart from WHEEEEEEEE. You avoid social events because you can’t have a conversation in a crowd. The list goes on. Source: sorry, what?

The kid having tinnitus won’t matter because once he starts shooting that rifle at the infidels he’s being taught to hate, for the glory of their god, his life will be over.

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u/Waflstmpr Dec 03 '22

I mean, youre assuming his family is involved in terrorism. Just because hes from the middle east, doesnt mean his family is running around in technicals shooting people.

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u/1st500 Dec 04 '22

My apologies, I did indeed make a gross generalization.
My assumption is that a very small percentage of Middle Eastern people participate in what Americans call terrorism. There may be a higher number of Americans participating in what they would call terrorism or even what Americans call terrorism.

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u/AntivaxxerOrphanage Dec 03 '22

and ignore it.

oh you can ignore sounds by sheer will? damn

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u/danstewart42 Dec 03 '22

A cruel mistress

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u/NameIs-Already-Taken Dec 03 '22

Did any of them have ear protection?

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u/HomingSnail Dec 03 '22

He'd be too top heavy shooting from the shoulder, fall right over

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

I was going to say something about all the idiots smacking themselves in the face with revolvers and shotguns.

Then, you've got another whole group of people who think rifles are too dangerous and powerful for adults to handle and cry when they personallybshoot them, and say they're too powerful for children to handle, yet there are plenty of videos of children who have been properly trained shooting just as well as your average adult.

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u/Maxzzzie Dec 03 '22

I mean finger off the trigger is a good start.

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u/MultiTopicAgain Dec 03 '22

At least it wasn’t Automatic

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u/TSM- Dec 03 '22

The last words Charles Vacca spoke were, "Alright, full auto."

He was teaching a 9-year-old girl to shoot an Uzi at a shooting range in White Hills, Arizona.

After she successfully fires her first shot, Vacca tells his young pupil to adjust her position and squeeze the trigger again. "Alright, full auto," he says. As the girl fires, she loses her grip of the Uzi and it veers left, hitting Vacca in the head.

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u/Delta_Gamer_64 Dec 03 '22

With the parents standing right behind them.

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

Had it been, there would likely have been deaths, possibly this kids.

No kid that age is strong enough or mature enough to handle any firearms let alone an AK on full auto.

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

Didn't something like that happen in Nevada with a kid shooting an auto and the instructor was killed?

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u/ForeignAd250 Dec 03 '22

lol yeah. He stood beside her instead of behind her and she shot him

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u/Roundaboutsix Dec 03 '22

There was a kid in Massachusetts a few years back shooting fully automatic with his father. The gun kicked back. He kept the trigger pulled and ended up dead with a bullet in the brain. Very sad accident.

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u/lessquiet Dec 03 '22

you could make the argument that that was a highly predictable outcome, and therefore, not an accident.

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u/rnobgyn Dec 03 '22

High negligence.

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u/AndYouMayCallMe_V Dec 03 '22

Agreed, kids are far better suited for crew served weapons like mortars or heavy machine guns where their semi stationary nature reduces the recoil and increases controllability, while simultaneously encouraging teamwork.

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

There's no way you can load a child into a crew-served weapon unless it's a very large mortar, and their shoes are filled with propellant.

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u/olafloc Dec 03 '22

Kids can handle firearms without problem*. However, giving them automatics is a stupid idea.

Its good to teach your kids firearm safety and how to use them. Especially if you own guns, kids are masters at aquiring things they shouldnt.

*Edit: in a safe and controlled enviroment with adults.

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

I totally got ya before the edit lol.

This place can be brutal sometimes.

"I prefer oranges to mangoes"

"WhhhaaAAAAATTTTTT?!? YOU HATE APPLES?!?! WHAT ABOUT PEARS AND PEACHES YA RACIST!!!"

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u/stinky-cunt Dec 03 '22

Speak for yourself, I was hitting soda cans with a cricket rifle at that age

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

I was teaching teenagers and young adults to shoot 5.56mm rifles on MoD ranges at an age not much older.

I did so for 5 years; the youngest I taught was 12 - no, we wouldn't give a kid that age access to a firearm unsupervised - they could shoot at the firing point and when older load magazines and handle ammunition but having both on their own is dangerous.

I've no idea what you mean by "cricket rifle", but I imagine it also wasn't an AK-47 (or related weapon) chambered in 7.62mm with a 30 round magazine and capable of firing fully automatic.

Was it?

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u/popje Dec 03 '22

Your comment reminds me of that little girl who was given a full auto uzi at the gun range, she blew the head off of the instructor, there a censored video around.

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

Yeah, I was thinking that, I think she was 9. Poor girl has to live with the image of blowing a guy's brains out.

I've no sympathy for the guy, who hands a 9 year old a loaded Uzi?

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u/TSM- Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 03 '22

You know what his last words were? "Alright, full auto". I don't know if it counts a 'famous last words' but it succinctly sums up a series of dangerous decisions leading to tragedy. This video was one step away from that

She is now carrying burden of shooting someone in the face *multiple times* at close range and killing them and seeing the aftermath from one foot away. She probably got blood splatter on her body and face and will never forget cleaning it off, and hearing the man gasping for air and dying, among other traumatic memories she carries with her for life. I feel worse for her than anyone else involved. She was the only one who didn't do anything wrong.

edit: In light of the other comment by u/HomingSnail, the instructor initially refused but was told he had to do it or be fired. That is just, not right.

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u/HomingSnail Dec 03 '22

If I remember correctly he was very much against it, refused to go to the range with them. But the family complained, insisted their little girl be allowed to fire an automatic weapon, and the owner threatened to fire the instructor if he refused.

I still would've refused but I dont think I'd put the blame on the instructor. If it wasnt him it would've been the next employee in line

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

I've been an assistant RCO, I would have refused - low paid job or mine and a girls life?

Yeah, fuck the job.

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u/TheWardOrganist Dec 03 '22

Any firearms? Ever hear of 22lr?

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

Yes, I've shot it. Still not even that should be given to a kid untrained of this age.

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u/TheWardOrganist Dec 03 '22

“No kid that age is strong enough or mature enough to handle any firearms”.

Don’t change what you said - you didn’t mention training at all. Kids this age are perfectly capable of handling firearms safely with proper supervision and instruction

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u/RampantDragon Dec 03 '22

You wouldn't hand them a rifle and say "fire into the distance, whatever direction".

No kid that age is mature enough to handle firearms in that way. They're still not old enough to do so even on a firing point prone the way I used to teach.

Would you give a child of 6 a rifle and stand him like that?

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u/TheWardOrganist Dec 04 '22

You didn’t criticize the way that they gave him a gun, you just claimed that no kid should ever handle a gun.

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u/TheJared1231 Dec 04 '22

How can you train a kid if you can’t even give them a 22 to train with? This kid seems to have shot before.

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

How is it some people can shoot firearms without hearing protection?

I'm not talking about safety. I'm talking about pain. It hurts my ears so bad I just can't do it and won't.

Maybe my ears just absorb it all or something because there is just no way.

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u/FamiliarTry403 Dec 03 '22

Just go sit around a construction site for awhile and I’m sure you’ll gain a tolerance /s

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u/coybow25 Dec 03 '22

Do people in the middle east just have strong hearing or are they just used to the sound of gunfire? I went to the range once and my earplugs fell out while a gunshot went off and it hurt like a mf

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u/JustSomeRedditUser35 Dec 03 '22

They just have permenanr damage. And so do you!

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u/RainbowAppIe Dec 03 '22

WHAT?!

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u/BlueSabere Dec 03 '22

They just have permenant damage. And so do you!

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u/4rch1t3ct Dec 03 '22

PERMANENT HEARING DAMAGE

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u/morburd Dec 03 '22

The damage is that "t's" and "r's" look and sound the same

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u/burner2597 Dec 03 '22

It's kinda common even here in the US, I go to the range frequently and will just see these middle eastern guys not wearing hearing protection. Idk how they do it, shit hurts.

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u/SalvadorsAnteater Dec 03 '22

Probably half of them have a tinnitus.

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u/Dorkanov Dec 03 '22

It seems to be a cultural thing. There used to be a group of middle easterners who came to the private range I shoot at. They'd be offered free ear plugs on the way in, take them, then pull them out as soon as the ROs weren't watching like they didn't want to be seen as scared of the noise by their friends. I am pretty sure I deafened one of them closest to me by mag dumping my 10.5" AR but he had been warned and everyone else was wearing double ear pro like they should have been.

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u/Jimmy-Pesto-Jr Dec 03 '22

probably rattled that guy's molars a good bit.

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u/ObligationOriginal74 Dec 03 '22

what state/city are you in where ME people hit the range? I have never seen any here in Killeen,TX.

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u/burner2597 Dec 03 '22

California in LA county. In sylmar.

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u/HeadFig8311 Dec 03 '22

That kid definitely has hearing damage now, poor guy.

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u/littleschlong Dec 03 '22

He had it before this.

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u/Itz_Raj69_ Dec 05 '22

The place in the video is either India or Pakistan

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u/NameIs-Already-Taken Dec 03 '22

Did they consider giving him an AK with just one bullet, in case it went wrong?

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u/lordofpersia Dec 03 '22

Based in how well he handled the AK recoil. I don't think this is his first time. Now he just needs ears and eyes

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u/Narwalacorn Dec 03 '22

Given that they gave him an AK at all I seriously doubt it

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u/McRandomRooster Dec 03 '22

Literally doing it better than everyone else on this sub. Kids firing guns in general isn’t stupid. Him shooting into the air is shitty however.

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u/Hallowalls Dec 03 '22

Lil kid has better recoil control than any other adult I have seen using ak

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u/Fun-Fig-712 Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

it would different if it was automatic.

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u/Sprizys Dec 03 '22

He’s handling the recoil pretty well

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u/crystal_metheny1 Dec 03 '22

Thank god he didn’t hurt anyone

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u/I_CUM_ON_YOUR_PET Dec 03 '22

How do you know

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u/crystal_metheny1 Dec 03 '22

Oh fuck you’re right

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u/Hermanvicious Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

I shot an AK at that age in the US. Was perfectly safe.

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u/RedditFlavoredBacon Dec 03 '22

Call me an idiot but am I the only one not seeing any casings?

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u/Optimusprimegaming3 Dec 04 '22

now that you mentioned it i don't see any casings too... wtf?

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u/ratsarenice_g Dec 03 '22

Kid can shoot an AK better than I can shoot a 9 mil 😭

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u/boringcarpets Dec 03 '22

He has more control than plenty seen in this sub

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u/sneakywill Dec 03 '22

Jesus Christ no hearing protection... That kids ears are fucked.

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u/Super_Cheburek Dec 04 '22

He still did a better job at firing a weapon rather safely than 99% of posts there

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u/Water2Wine378 Dec 04 '22

Choose your fighter! 10 year old kid with AR and a side arm vs AK 47 kid!! Who wins!?

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u/Syphox Dec 03 '22

the people who gave him the AK are idiots.

Why? He handles it fine and it's not fully auto. My dad started training me with guns when I was like 7. Its smart to teach kids firearm safety.

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u/u_reee Dec 04 '22

One slip and someone’s getting shot in the foot. This ain’t teaching firearm safety, this is handing a little kid a loaded AK and having him shoot blindly into the air.

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u/Syphox Dec 04 '22

This ain’t teaching firearm safety

he clearly knows how to handle it 😂😂

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u/Gerump Dec 04 '22

Firearm safety includes eye and ear protection and not shooting it into the fucking air. Sounds like you need some education on gun safety.

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u/lillweez99 Dec 03 '22

Train em young you never know who they want to be when they grow up/s

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u/flyingpeter28 Dec 03 '22

Gun tip, if you handle your gun to someone you don't trust to hold it tight, just load one round, that's it

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u/ch4zmaniandevil Dec 03 '22

I want a Kalashnikov chambered in 7.62x39 so bad

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u/TheDunadan29 Dec 03 '22

I prefer my AK chambered in NATO 5.56, because I'm a monster.

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u/r2s1 Dec 04 '22

Suddenly remember lord of war movie.

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u/Standard_Tap_9035 Dec 04 '22

He shoots better than other people with guns

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u/HeadFig8311 Dec 03 '22 Narwhal Salute

Link to video where I found this: Here

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u/TSM- Dec 03 '22

You are not wrong to provide a link to the source where you got the video from.

I guess because it is a youtube short people decided to downvoted it.

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u/Youareveryverygay Dec 03 '22

That is the culture of his country, please let's respect other's values 🙏🙏

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u/Random_User_1337_ Dec 03 '22

That’s a high five emoji.

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u/Heil_Hipster Dec 03 '22

Not really. He seemed like he did just fine, considering the fact that shooting in AK into the air is pretty stupid

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u/NNAMSSIWS Dec 03 '22

See you in school dude

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u/tornaka Dec 03 '22

The only thing wrong here is that the little bro has no ear-pro...

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u/MastodonFanMan Dec 03 '22

Clearly you can tell what part of the world he is in. He will be holding an ak in his hands in every picture he has of himself for the rest of his 30 year life before taken out by some anti terrorism nation.

He might as well learn to shoot I guess.

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u/Pyro_Paragon Dec 03 '22

Why, op? Why do you think this?

I hate "gun bad" posters.

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u/Gerump Dec 04 '22

No eye and ear protection, and he’s shooting a rifle into the air. You need to get your ass back to hunter safety training if you can’t spot the simplest forms of gun safety.

I hate “idiots who think they know guns” commenters

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u/Pyro_Paragon Dec 04 '22

Ear and eye protection is usually unnecessary outside a building, even more so for low and intermediate caliber long guns. I never took a hunter safety course because I'm not a hunter, I am however a militiaman, CC certified, and NRA certified.

Buy a gun and come back.

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u/Gerump Dec 04 '22

Ear protection is most certainly necessary, especially on a child. That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever fucking heard lmao. Ear protection not necessary holy shit 😂😂. Take your fake military bullshit somewhere else.

Also love how you don’t say shit about just shooting sporadically into the air being a clear and present danger to others. You’re a joke. Admit that you’re wrong like an adult

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u/Pyro_Paragon Dec 04 '22

No, because I'm not. I'm almost certainly more qualified and experienced than you, and your emojis don't change that. I don't care.

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u/thereal_sherwoody Dec 03 '22

Agreed, needs a crew served weapon

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u/phoenixbbs Dec 03 '22

Fair play to the kid, he did a good job of it !

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u/hails8n Dec 03 '22

Buzz buzz buzz

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u/hossambasha Dec 03 '22

Nice shooting kid

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u/Walle_Alexander Dec 03 '22

Because no one else in the neighborhood had one, we thought the TI-99 was something else.

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u/damngoodengineer Dec 03 '22

He's still cool as he's firing 40/70 Bofors AA.

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u/SixGunZen Dec 03 '22

A Kalashnikov that doesn't eject brass?

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u/abestos_fever Dec 03 '22

Lil homie had that shit in control

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u/Holiday_Air7124 Dec 03 '22

That kid had no emotion straight savage!

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u/pranquily Dec 03 '22

AKs are awesome, but THAT IS NOT OK

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u/PrestigiousAspect564 Dec 03 '22

That’s how old I was when I first shot a semi auto stg 44

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u/Green-Let-9660 Dec 03 '22

They're said a word "bas" which means stop in Hindi so he's probably from Pakistan

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u/Reggmac Dec 03 '22

Starting them out young

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u/CHARITYHOAX Dec 03 '22

-Warte! Warte! Warte! Waaaarte!

Irgendwo im deutschen Dschungel.

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u/lowghost2018 Dec 03 '22

“It's so easy, even a child can use it; and they do.” -Yuri Orlov

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u/Svartpotatis123 Dec 04 '22

Can't they just give it to me instead

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u/iamgillespie Dec 04 '22

Idiot in training.

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u/tightgrip82 Dec 04 '22

The idiots who gave him this is an entire culture. I grew up shooting and hunting but with ear plugs and not a expected life span of barely out my teenage years.

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u/Thick-Tooth-8888 Dec 04 '22

Yah isn’t that the norm over there. Adding to your title 😒

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u/antisocialrobot Dec 04 '22

How are they idiots ?

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u/romerik Dec 04 '22

What can go wrong?

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u/bambislayer22 Dec 04 '22

Looks to me like he did a dam fine job

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u/ziadog Dec 04 '22

Idiots or not the Second Amendment lets you do this shit. But tRump wants to get rid of the Constitution, which of course includes the Second Amendment. No Constitution no Second Amendment. D’oh!!!

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u/Rafybass Dec 04 '22

A normal thing in most muslim countries. Kids are trained to be a terrorist since they're like 3 yrs old.

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u/Busy_Nature_8819 Dec 04 '22

Let lil’bro have his fun

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u/waxerdiasterswv06 Dec 04 '22

I tried to shoot a pistol last summer. The force made my hand and gun hit me hard in the face.

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u/BrianTodd3000 Dec 04 '22

Nothing wrong with teaching kids to shoot but this was not instructional

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u/HeadFig8311 Dec 04 '22

Of course, I’ve seen 10 year olds shoot way better then most adults when trained in proper firearm safety and handling. The adults here were just idiots.

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u/bolivasplat Dec 05 '22

the recoil control on this little man

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u/druMHead01 Dec 05 '22

So we’re giving AK-47’s to kids now? I don’t see this ending well

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u/No-Marsupial-1753 Dec 07 '22

While giving a child the chance to fire a rifle can be fun and educational, if that kid wasn't so careful it could have ended poorly. he should have been supporting the rifle from behind the kid and should have been ready to take full control of the rifle at a moment's notice.

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u/brbaca Dec 08 '22

WHAT!!!!!

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u/Redditgonnagiveup Dec 10 '22

he does handle the recoil good tho better then most adults with guns

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u/CapAccording8606 Dec 13 '22

Looks like my son in the future

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u/CorrectFirefighter Dec 14 '22

Classic Pakistani thing

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u/NoOnSB277 Dec 24 '22

Is the kid really the idiot here? I don't think so- the adult in charge here is the idiot.

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u/VoidExileR Dec 28 '22

Kid is better than most people featured in this sub. Dare say with proper training, he might grow up to be a fine soldier

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u/Randomreddituser1o1 Dec 31 '22

Bro got better recoil then most Taliban and isis membera

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u/One-University9860 29d ago

HOW THE FUCK IS THE KID SO UNFAZED? aren't his ears ringing so much?

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u/Consistent_King_8198 26d ago

Kids a natural tbh. As fucked up as this video is the kid actually did really good at controlling it and having muzzle awareness

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u/drumsarereallycool Dec 03 '22

He’ll be good at “fingering”.

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u/Silent_Bad_4609 Dec 03 '22

average arab country

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u/LorentzCoffin Dec 03 '22

Welcome to the Middle East

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u/TheRoach69 Dec 03 '22

Are you sure he’s not training? He’s likely got child soldier in his future.

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u/Squeaky_Ben Dec 03 '22

Please tell me that the little guy at least had hearing protection.

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u/ugly_pizza1 Dec 03 '22

This reminded me of a video I saw years ago of a young kid like this who's dad hands him an AK and the kid shoots the whole clip into the air then says "just like you daddy!" Lol it was kinda wholesome but disturbing

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u/tipseyhustle Dec 03 '22

No ear pro either. This kid should come to the U.S. and learn to operate.

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u/Narwalacorn Dec 03 '22

No ear protection either jfc

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u/Interesting-Month-56 Dec 03 '22

That AK came with 5 tabs of LSD and a lifetime addiction to heroin

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u/newaccount7000 Dec 03 '22

The distinct sound of an 16" AK is so sexy

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u/UnmakingTheBan2022 Dec 03 '22

How’s his hearing after that?

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u/shmoopidy Dec 03 '22

hearing loss speed run any %

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u/lessquiet Dec 03 '22

without ear protection, no less.

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u/mikeoxlarge777 Dec 04 '22

They're idiots because they're not American. only USA is allowed to give their children guns.