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Took my son shooting

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kart racer, Dec 21, 2004.

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  1. kart racer

    kart racer Member

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    He is 7 and just learning-sure brings back fond memories of when I was young.Merry Christmas to all and spend some time with the younguns.
     
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    Good for you and your lad both! I wish my father had introduced me to shooting when I was your son's age.
     
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    P22?
     
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    Big-Thumbs-Up.gif , kart racer! And two excellent guns to start him on. ;) My six year old shot my .22's for the the first time this summer, he and his 11 year old brother shot up a brick of Super Colibris! :what: That's when the older one wasn't shooting my Mosins... :D

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    Awesome. At the last Introduction to Tactical Pistol class we held last Saturday, one of the students was a 9yr. old son of another veteran shooter. I had my misgivings, but the kid impressed the heck out of me with his ability to take instruction and his shooting skills with the P22. By the end of the night, he was presenting/drawing with authority.
     
  6. kart racer

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    Yeah,it's a p22 and ruger 10/22.In one picture you can barely see some bowling pins,he bet me he'd knock 'em down w/the p22-the bet was mickey d's,guess what we ate on the way home...the best part is when he's asking before we are ever finsihed if we can go again next week.
     
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    Out of curiosity, how old is your son?

    My son will be 11 in March and I really hope to be able to do some shooting with him in the spring.
     
  8. kart racer

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    cgv,he just turned 7 in nov.he loves playing army games on the computer/nintendo.i kinda think he might be a little old school for his generation.
     
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