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Old 03-04-2010, 02:40 PM   #1
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Finally got my grandson out to shoot his new rifle. Got some good weather and he was chompin at the bit to go. It got us all out to do some plinking. Between me, grandma, all three of my sons and my grandson, we probably put 1000 rounds downrange. Little KJ accounted for probably half of those. He had a really great time and loves his little short 10-22. Here are a few photos. He had very few misses on the steel targets or the cans...
The photos show him shooting with his grandma and his dad and one with his little sister looking on. The cute little girl in the photo is KJs 3 year old sister, Kady.....................


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Old 03-04-2010, 02:50 PM   #2
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That's a good looking group and it's appears your starting those kids out right, good for you.

My nine year old granddaughter just completed one of the hunter safety classes I teach and she will be hunting whitetails and small game with me this fall. On her first time out with the 22 she ran me out of bullets (500 rounds) and was disappointed that I didn't have more. I was always well-stocked after that.

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Great report and nice group ya got there.
Nice to see people starting kids out right. Respect to you and yours MasterPsmith!
Thanks for sharing.
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Very cool

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That is most excellent. Cute kids too.
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Teaching these skills now will make for good American decisions aboout the 2A in the future.

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You just don't get days any better than that.
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That's cool! I'll never forget my lil .22. I bet he will remember that day for a long time.
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What better way to inculcate a sense of respect for the potential of a firearm? What more enjoyable way to spend a few hours with 3 generations of a family?
What better way to be able to claim the title of "Bad-Ass From The Womb"?
Great pics. Does my heart good.
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That is wonderful, it is great to see the young ones enjoying range time.

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