3.I'll have Zeebo collect him. You haven't forgot much,Mr.Finch. They say it never leaves you.
2.Always was, “If I had my ‘druthers I’d take a shotgun.
4.I saw that One Shot Finch! 6.Don't say anything about it,Scout.
5.Jem we’d really have something to talk about at school on Monday.
In this scene Atticus portrayed by the man in the red shirt encounters a rabid dog in part of the May comb community which he lived in. Standing at the front door of his house there is his maid Cal for short,Jem his son,and Scout his daughter. The man behind Atticus, the sheriff hands Atticus his rifle to kill the rabid dog. The sheriff knew that Atticus was a sharpshooter with near perfect accuracy and the rifle only had
one bullet so it was all or nothing. Atticus then shot the dog and hit a little to the right hence his near perfect accuracy. This scene is significant to the story because it shows that in Atticus there is more to him than a lawyer and a father. Revealing to his kids that Atticus can shoot and he is
good at shooting. This scene is also significant because it gives Atticus's kids a new bragging right about how their dad is a sharpshoot