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Took one of my kids to the range yesterday, where I wanted to sight in my scope on the Russian TOZ 78-1 bolt action .22 rimfire rifle.

After I got it sighted in, I let my boy shoot it. It was his first time shooting a .22 (legal issues here in germany).

The little guy kicked my ***...I hate it, when the kids do that to me......:D


 

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well done sir, ya done right! ;) Merry Christmas! :D
 

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First time I let Mrs. fire my 1911, she put 5 rounds in the black at 25yds. Didn't know whether to be proud or frightened.
 

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Took one of my kids to the range yesterday, where I wanted to sight in my scope on the Russian TOZ 78-1 bolt action .22 rimfire rifle.

After I got it sighted in, I let my boy shoot it. It was his first time shooting a .22 (legal issues here in germany).

The little guy kicked my ***...I hate it, when the kids do that to me......:D


First time I let Mrs. fire my 1911, she put 5 rounds in the black at 25yds. Didn't know whether to be proud or frightened.
KDog, good shooting by both of you!:D

Donn, both!:eek::D
 

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Thank`s. Merry X-Mas to you all, too.

Can`t buy him his own yet. Geman law, but both kids are more then welcome to shoot mine.
By the way, the target was 5m away and measures 12cm across and the black area ist only 4cm, so you can imagine how small the target was even through a scope.....
 

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Blame it on young eyes. I miss the days before I had to wear glasses.
 
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