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Old 11-05-2011, 05:31 AM   #21
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Congrats on you and your son's new addiction. Enjoy!

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Old 11-08-2011, 06:24 PM   #22
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I took him back out last weekend along with the wife and oldest son. they all got to shoot and had a blast. The wife shot everything . She has never shot before so I started her on the .25 auto , then the 9 mm and then the 40 cal . She did not like the recoil on the .40 , limp wrested it a lot and jammed a few rounds, she didnt shoot it very accurately , however the LC9 9 mm she put 7 out of 7 in a 4" circle at 7 yards . I was very impressed .
My oldest boy also shot the LC9 and did very well if he took his time . My youngest 7, shot the 25 auto at 5 yards and put 4 of 5 in the 4" circle on the body target .
Needless to say the wife held ,aimed , fondled many different pistols including revolvers and picked out a pt111 millennium pro 9mm at bass pro the next day while we were there . She said it was still light enough, larger than the LC9 which she liked and felt good in her hand , but the bonus was the extra capacity of 5 more rounds . Guess she is hooked too .
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Old 12-17-2011, 11:38 PM   #23
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I can't wait now till the grand children are ready.

Check into your local 4H We have very good programs for both rimfire and shotguns.

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Two thumbs up pure, this is part of what makes America great. A father sharing time at the range with his children/family. Teach them gun safety and how to shoot well and often and they will be responsible with firearms and well protected.

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Good Guy. Nice..

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