(he's a good boy) We started with the .22's. pistol, revolver and then rifle. Before the first magazine was emptied on the pistol she was hitting the X (15ft)! And was hitting the gong with the 4x scoped 22rifle @ 100meters once she figured the hold over-my son called the shot for her and then she pinged 'em... I had sighted it in @25 for her to get used to it-but that was too close! After a couple of hundred rounds I asked her if she wanted to try bigger guns-picture little hands clapping. She didn't like shooting the 9mm Glock, backstrap too rough on her hands, and was not impressed with the 1911 45, but absolutly LOVED the .357 magnum revolver! (full power 158gn loads too) Biggest grin and most evil giggle.... Took both her thumbs to cock it... Finally had to stop her before she shot all my 357 ammo-note to self, don't bring all your ammo to the range... Grasped the idea of safeties on guns pretty quick too, you and your finger are the first safety, the ones on the guns are just extra! Full safety gear too, hat, (not going to have a hot shell drop in her hair first day!) glasses, ear plugs & muffs-learned the 4 rules and listened to my lectures on safe handling. Such a sweet girl!