Biggus Dickus Lambus: You can see the kids muscles have not even grown properly yet and already
he is being taught how to hunt only in the USA ladies and gentlemen.
Endlar Filmations: What's the intro music?
Marko Torres: Might as well kill one with a freaking rock
wesley revels: Why do you kill them thay did nothing to you
Nathan Drake: I think it's a great thing your doing all children should be taught to live
off the land an to value it can't wait for my son to get a Lil older cause
I'll also be taking him to the field keep up the good work man your little
man is awesome
BakedBeaner: i know a thing or two about blunts
RICK: an empty 38 shell does the same thing for ten cents
A True Wisconsinite: I live in Wisconsin and I got to try mine out for the first time this last
fall while I was sitting in my deer blind. I was bored by not seeing
anything and so I decided to take a pot shot at one of the pesky grays near
my stand. I drilled one right in the forehead and it actually went through
his skull and stuck into the ground. My cousin who lived in Alaska would go
out on the tundra with these and shoot Ptarmigan sometimes while they were
flying even. They work well!
Oh and your son is awesome! I hope I have a son just like you when I get to
that point in my life.
Chad Worthman: Isn't it unethical to allow him to fire at an animal when you're not
certain he has the aim or force required to kill? I'm all for teaching
children archery, I'm doing it with my own. You're teaching your son that
it's ok to injure them.
Nomadic Dreaming: great video man ! good to see a young fella out there giving it a go with
such excitement in his face ;) well done brother, be proud of your efforts
with your son ;)
Jojo Wallace: That little boy is the man!
Tejas Nair: That is a judo point not a blunt, great video though, tons of respect for
you sir, passing on tradition
Blub Force: my cousin in greenland shot many animals and he is 10 he have been on
reindeer hunt. and has his own 223
Beutel2727: nice parenting.
Patrick Suth: I laughed when you said "Today I learned about blunts!"
Your boy is a great shot, love your videos!
brandon brandon: Parenting done right... Thanks for sharing
powderedtoastmanzack: Parenting: You're doing it right!!!
Cory Cootware: What type of nocks are those? They seem to shine pretty bright.
MyWillyboi: This guy is one wicked awesome DAD!!!
Matt Hummel: Awesome! Its good to see kids out there enjoying themselfs and having fun!
Magnus Charette: Having a kid that hunts at age 5 = parenting done right
Corbin Wakefield: If he had a range finder he would nock them down
Conrad hanson: I kinda think shoring animals is wrong just stick to rec
Balal Adnan: well your son enjoys killing animals for fun :(
Jesse W: quality examples of good americans. teach the boy to kill. get the girl a
The Bidenhander: I still can't help that feeling that compound bow hunting is just a little
Bowhunting is awesome, but when you go into the world of compound bows with
breakover rests, wrist-mounted trigger releases, and in some cases complex
sights... Just seems like you might as well shoot a gun at that point. What
happened to the recurve and a simple broadhead?
Still, really cool your kid gets to do this with you. Must be a hell of an
experience in bonding :)
Byron Bandit: Good kid you got there. For those judo points though, I shoot a 70# bow and
using those points is no good! They break after hitting the ground or bush
- I think they are made for lower poundage use. I recommend a plain old
washer that you can screw onto your field point.
Jason P: Great info and thanks for the story, looks like they had a fun day. I'll
check out your other vids next but it would be great to see you shooting a
rabbit with one. Up here in Alberta we have snowshoe hair and I just can't
see how one of those would kill one unless you nailed in in the skull. Is
the hydrostatic shock alone supposed to be able to kill it? I'd love to
find a way to kill them with a bow that didn't risk piercing the colon and
ruining the leg meat.
John Haak: It is possible to lose one of these tips
Balal Adnan: wow thats freaked up
Bobby Brown: I think it is so important for a Dad to take his kids hunting
Nicolas Pusateri: I am new to bow hunting and this will be something to keep in mind. I
haven't tried them either so I definatly will get out there with them.
Nick Hadberg: OMG your boy is just soo coool :D and it looks like you guys have such a
good time :D i am jealous haha :D
Slinky Wesley: This is awesome. I was about his age when my dad bought me my first bow and
started taking me out. Now here I am 21 years later rocking a Mathews
Drenalin. Its heart warming to see parents taking their kids out hunting
just like my dad did with me and down the line before. Keep up the good
work, I see a hell of an archer in the making here
Woodsman Last: That kid is a true champion. Respect,
Cory brank: this song reminds me of Alice's Resturant
Mad Skidzz Bro: How many pounds?
OilBurner87: What bow is your boy using?
I would like to get one for my youngest.
Cedric Dekemele: I once Hunted using a bow went pretty good
Woodsman Last: When the freak is hunting deer w/ a semi-automatic rifle ok? I'm a hunter
myself, and you are above that sir. But rabbit hunting w/ a bow. Impressive
job, sir. Respect.
Nigel Skinner: $10 for 2 packs of blunts? man you mustve got smoked up
JasonandLori Derrough: Great story, love hearing about parents teaching their kids how to hunt.
Good for you and ignore the dumb liberals, they are so dumb they should
not even be allowed to vote.
shootgroundhog: Stuff like this will create memories that he will remember for the rest of
his life. More people need to get their kids involved in hunting, shooting
and fishing. Good video!
Matthew Kelly: Now thats a good dad
NewLawLV: Look at that little boys face when he turns around and said "I missed"
that's a good dad
Ed Flanagan: good try, My favorite rabbit head is the sheet metal blunt that fits behind
the field tip.
Slice A Life Archery, home of electronic bow silencing.
Nikolas Knepper: Probably a better shot than me with a bow!
mcreed1000: Oh my gosh your son is so cute when he's hunting great video :)