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    AEAC
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    Happy Sat everyone 🙂

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    stoti
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    Great video Steve! You and your wife’s interactions crack me up. I just wanted to watch a bit but I got sucked in and ended up watching it all. That’s a sign of a great video. Always informative too.

    Stoti

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    rich177
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    I am not the safety police by any means but I cannot watch you pointing the rifle at your wife.

    Sorry.

    Rick B.

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    oledawg
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    I have to agree with rich177, we know you are safe non the less I was cringing 😬 each time it was aimed at her. Grew up to treat a Gun as it is always loaded. Otherwise it was great, wonderful team. 🙂

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    Pestkillah
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    oledawg

    I have to agree with rich177, we know you are safe non the less I was cringing 😬 each time it was aimed at her. Grew up to treat a Gun as it is always loaded. Otherwise it was great, wonderful team. 🙂

    I couldn't agree more. It made me cringe. It made Katia (sp) cringe. Your field reviews are so tight, you always decock the airgun and I admired you for that. I'm not trolling you, just frustrated that I couldn't watch your video. Ended up cleaning my barrel while you played in the background. My Patchworm cleaner rocks! Also looking forward to the Hatsan Hydra review.

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    Humdinger
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    An airgun buddy of mine called me the other day and the first thing he asked was did I watch thus video.  I had just watched it and stopped after the first topic discussing the Air Venturi Avenger.  My friend's first words were asking if I noticed the Avenger pointing at Katya's face.  I had stopped watching after that segment because it was so disturbing to watch.  In the comments section on Youtube, Steve says it's an optical illusion, that it's actually pointing behind her face.   It's a terrible example to set whether or not it you actually were pointing the muzzle directly at her.   Cringe worthy video and that segment should have a retake or remove it from Youtube.  What happened to the idea that all weapons should be treated as loaded and never pointed at something you didn't intend to shoot at?

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    PerkyVal
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    I'm thinking the camera angle made it appear to be something it wasnt

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    sonny
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    definitely flagged her a couple times 

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