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Old 08-17-2012, 05:03 PM   #11
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Our 9 year old daughter and our cousin playing "GUNS". It's like "HORSE" for basketball but for shooting. She loves it.
That's great. My girl would love that. Love it
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NICE!!! Gotta LOVE those Cricketts. Great little guns!

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OK, you asked for it....

Eldest son with My grandpas/dads/my Win 61. WAYYY back before i was digital image capable....



Daughter with the same .22...


Youngest boy child....same 61...


Youngest with HIS Crickett...sooo long ago.



Youngest shooting his crickett like an expert for the last time...



Youngest with the M-4gery


Youngest cutting loose w/ Browning 1919...

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and some more...

Youngest w/ Ruger M-44 (Semi auto 44 mag.)


Youngest working w/S&W 686... after this is when one of my buddies says "Man, i would almost feel sorry for someone breaking into YOUR house!"

Can you tell i am into working with kids on safety and marksmanship. These are just MY kids....there are a doz. other youngsters i have worked with in the past. But i gave those pictures/videos to the parents.
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Niiiiice....I've never shot trap but I'm asked often. I'm sure ill give in at some point lol
You should. It's fun I help run local trap club and coach kids... Jake is my son
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My seven year old with her savage rascal with accutrigger. My first three with it were touching at 25 yards.

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OK, you asked for it....

Eldest son with My grandpas/dads/my Win 61. WAYYY back before i was digital image capable....

Daughter with the same .22...

Youngest boy child....same 61...


Youngest with HIS Crickett...sooo long ago.


Youngest shooting his crickett like an expert for the last time...

Youngest with the M-4gery

Youngest cutting loose w/ Browning 1919...

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZHFo8N4aU4
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXITkuAEQx0
Lol good stuff bro. Love it.
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U guys & ur kids frickin rock. Keep up the good work.

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