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NaughtyMonkey
12-23-2009, 11:35 PM
Got my 6 year old sister this rifle for x-mas, gave it to her early and the first day she shot it, she put at least 50 - 100 rounds threw it.

Its the one on top and this is showing the size of it.
My .30-30 Marline is under it. Then under that is my K-31 Swiss, which is the same length as my M1 Garand, just to show its size.

Its 30 inches long and she loves it, thought the coloring was cool. Orange is her favorite color lol.

http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d87/redneckpyro/l_90791503287947f58660a7d18be5c89f.jpg

Rem1492
12-24-2009, 12:19 AM
I got one for my little kid when he was -.3 yrs old. wasnt sure of the gender so I got black :)

I had to take it out for a test spin of course.:)
and I lost the locking key......... :(

gunsnrovers
12-24-2009, 6:13 AM
My son got his Cricket when he turned 7. When he was 6, we shot bb with the Cub Scouts during their summer camps. When he turned 7, we decided he was mature enough for the range and his own .22. He's put close to 1000 rounds through it since last summer and as slow as the Cricket is to load (and it's pretty hard for small hands), that's a fair bit of shooting.:)
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k158/mrbieler/cam_cricket_01.jpg

p7m8jg
12-24-2009, 6:59 AM
God Bless Parents! :clap:

NaughtyMonkey
12-24-2009, 7:38 PM
I don't have a picture of my sister shooting it, but she doesn't have any problems loading it all. But she bugs me about shooting it all the time lol.

I got one for my little kid when he was -.3 yrs old. wasnt sure of the gender so I got black :)

I had to take it out for a test spin of course.:)
and I lost the locking key......... :(

Her's doesnt have a lock, so no worries about they key haha.

God Bless Parents! :clap:

I'm not a parent yet. lol.