Originally Posted by Sniper03
Good Dad you are!
As they stated the main thing at this point is simple to teach and number one safety rule at his age. Do not point the gun at anyone or in their direction. He is probably too young to comprehend the last part at this age where we also advise "and anything we do not intend on shooting! "And above all be gently with him at this age! You can even reward him for a gun lesson session. Kids love ice cream and candy!! But don't give it too him before the lesson!! LOL!
My son shot his first 22 at 4 yoa but he knew the rifle was Dads and I helped him hold it on a bench. He had a Daisy BB Gun I helped him shoot at the time to learn safety and skills. I had to cock the lever for him each time. I think you have an excellent Idea! And as a fellow sportsman thank you for being a Great Dad and taking the time to pass the love of our sport on to another generation. We can only hope it continues to be passed along!
We had a lesson with the safety manual.
Today we are gonna shoot.
We will keep the gun on a table facing down range on safety at all times when not shooting.
We will see how it goes.
I shot the m4 earlier.
Wow. At 25 feet. Im nailing cans.
Its sweet. I shot a full coke @ like point blank and I couldn't believe that plastic bb penetrated it.
We will treat this like a real m4