It was the last straw and ultimately the last hunting trip together for father-son hunters Junior and Willie on "Swamp People." The two were taking down an angry gator when Junior pulled out his rifle. Unfortunately for his son Willie, Junior rushed the shot and wound up splattering Willie with bullet fragments.
"A bullet, it burns like fire. I mean, it burns all the way to the bones," Willie said. If he was speaking as if this was a feeling he'd become familiar with, it's because he has. This wasn't the first time Junior had shot his son while they were out hunting.
"You want to take a knife and dig them out or what?” Junior asked his son, as if this was no big deal. But it was a big deal for Willie. He said his dad had accidentally shot him about once a year for three or four years. This time proved the breaking point.
Willie told his father he couldn't hunt with him anymore.
See what happens next with this family team on "Swamp People," Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on History.
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