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Florida mom whose son accidentally shot her will ‘keep guns’

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Thursday, March 10, 2016, 7:53 PM

The pistol-loving Florida mom whose toddler son accidentally shot her in the back won’t give up her guns, her family said Thursday.

Unless she goes to jail.

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Jamie Gilt, 31, could still face criminal charges after her 4-year-old boy found a fully-loaded .45-caliber handgun in the backseat next to his booster seat and pulled the trigger.Jamie Gilt via Facebook

Jamie Gilt, 31, could still face criminal charges after her 4-year-old boy found a fully-loaded .45-caliber handgun in the backseat next to his booster seat and pulled the trigger.

Jamie Gilt, 31, could still face criminal charges after her 4-year-old boy found a fully-loaded .45-caliber handgun in the backseat next to his booster seat and pulled the trigger.

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Jamie Gilt's personal blog and social media sites are filled with posts in support of gun ownership and the Second Amendment.Jamie Gilt for Gun Sense

Jamie Gilt’s personal blog and social media sites are filled with posts in support of gun ownership and the Second Amendment.

The wounded gun fanatic found herself in an awkward and painful position when she was shot just a day after bragging about the little boy’s shooting prowess. Her personal blog and social media sites are filled with posts in support of gun ownership and the Second Amendment.

And that won’t change, her mother said.

“This was an accident and nothing more,” Gilt’s 71-year-old mother Jane Bramble told the London Sun.“All the gun control people are jumping on this, but it will not change her opinion about owning guns. She is very pro-gun and will not change her opinion about owning them. She will keep her guns and I’m happy that she will.”

Bramble said the boy was doing fine, and was unaffected by all the commotion.

Bramble refused to say how her grandson got hold of the loaded weapon. She is caring for the boy while social services launch an investigation.

Gilt was driving to her sister’s home near Jacksonville, Florida, when the youngster fired a single shot into the driver’s seat.

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