Thursday 2 May 2013

Toddler shooting tragedy could have been prevented by arming 2 year-olds, insist NRA

Toddle rifles for the NRA

After a two-year old tragically shot her five year-old brother using his child’s rifle, the NRA have insisted such tragedies could be prevented if all two-year olds were given their own rifle.

The incident took place in Kentucky in the US, where children having guns is about as common as their parents lacking teeth.

The NRA have been quick to offer a solution to such tragic incidents, insisting there is only one way to prevent them in future.

NRA spokesperson Wayne LaPierre  explained, “It might have been an accident, but would he have pointed his child’s rifle at her if she’d been holding her own toddler rifle? Almost certainly not.”

“Some in the liberal media would say targeting a gun called ‘My First Rifle’ at children as young as five is dangerous, but I would say the only danger is not targeting them younger.”

“Once again an unarmed american is killed in an incident that could have been prevented.”

NRA shooting solution

Kentucky residents have called the dangerous lack of guns in their young child’s lives an ‘accident waiting to happen’, whilst gun manufacturers have announced  a new toddler line to his stores this summer.

Gun salesman Chuck Williams told us, “You know, ‘My First Rifle’ is great product for the first grader, but it’s too big and bulky for your average kindergarten attendee.”

“We’re working on a new design that comes in baby pink that fits nicely in the shoulder of your average sitting baby.”

“You don’t even need to be able to walk in order to be able to use it.”

“God bless America!”

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