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Old 04-25-2013, 7:32 PM
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Default 1st time out for my 9 yo, and he was sad....

sad we had to leave. =)

went to zero in a couple sights and decided to take my 9 yo. we have been working on basic safety and function. started a couple moths back with a Daisy lever action BB gun and did great, which carried over great today.

CZ 452 Scout with a cheapo Bushnell 4x32

his shot group at 30ft. he was shooting a CZ 452 scout with a bushnell 4x32

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Nice. He'll get over it by the next time you go again.
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he's got a bigger itch than I do to head back. he's already trying to figure out how he can scrounge up some change for his own eyes/ears, and ammo.
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Awesome!
Get that boy to an Appleseed asap!
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That's some nice shooting.
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He shoots better than some adults I know.

Congrats on a fun day shooting with your son, thats awesome!
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Sweet! Sounds like an Awesome day.

I have my first Daisy Red Ryder propped up next to my Springfield M1A/M14. It's a beautiful picture!
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I'm glad I opted to go with the CZ scout. seems like he'll out grow the single shot quick. which is why I like how it has the option with either taking a 5 or 10 round magazine as well as the block off plate to be single shot. versus a chipmunk where it was a single shot only. on thing is is the scout is pretty hefty as far as weight for him to shoot in supported for now at least. ill have to start looking into the Appleseed stuff.
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by the end of the trip, he was cycling fairly quick. just had to remind him to make sure to take his time and realign his shot. I told him not to waste my ammo by not hitting red. lol. especially the small flyer to the left. but overall I think he did well especially for his first time out. he was always making sure to place safety on when I stopped him to review last shot and go over instruction. after every shot he made sure to repeat the same process by aligning shot with finger off trigger, then placing finger on trigger and confirming his alignment, then taking the shot. never had to stop him because he gr sloppy, or became unsafe at any time.
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after every shot he made sure to repeat the same process by aligning shot with finger off trigger, then placing finger on trigger and confirming his alignment, then taking the shot.
Nice vid. I have my 9 y.o. do the same. I haven't graduated him to a scope yet.
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Good Job in creating a new partner in crime, he did super awesome!
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Have him write and post a 200 word essay on why he likes to shoot and I will send him a set of eyes and ears.

Up to $50 worth at Midway.

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Have him write and post a 200 word essay on why he likes to shoot and I will send him a set of eyes and ears.

Up to $50 worth at Midway.

Cheers, Pete.
wow, that's awesome. I've been trying to coach him on how small things in life coorlate to gun handling safety before announcing I'd be taking him to shoot with me. he didnt quite understand what ive been trying to do. until I finally told him to keep up the good job with small things in life so it would transcend from school work to shooting and how in theory they are linked ie: taking your time with penmanship to taking your time lining up your shot so neither is "sloppy" I think he started to get why I've been saying its important to take what seem to be silly rules into consideration and how they actually are important. I was planning on showing him this thread so he cansee how well he did, and by your generous offer this gives him a chance to practice his writing skills. and that would be a great motivator.
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Cool, happy to help.

Have him start with the four rules and why they are important.



PM me with a shipping address and what you would like from Midway and wait for the big brown truck.
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Nice vid. I have my 9 y.o. do the same. I haven't graduated him to a scope yet.
I wasn't certain if I should've gone straight to a scope. however, it was an extra scope I had and very inexpensive. plus with how well he did with the BB gun non scoped shooting at probably slightly larger than half dollar sized targets at probably 20-25 feet in different sequences I figured it would be okay.
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Cool, happy to help.

Have him start with the four rules and why they are important.



PM me with a shipping address and what you would like from Midway and wait for the big brown truck.
maybe we can even meet up at DGM so he can read it off as a "speech" type setting to practice his public speaking as well. plus I'm sure it would be nice for you to see the excitement and joy he'd have and he could meet and share the excitement with the person who is kind enough to do what you are.
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I can sight read like Ron Burgundy so I get to read it back to him afterwards.

Having someone else read your words can really put the zap on some folks.









Oh, and I get to heckle too.








I might even throw in some ammo in that case....
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I'm glad I opted to go with the CZ scout. seems like he'll out grow the single shot quick. which is why I like how it has the option with either taking a 5 or 10 round magazine as well as the block off plate to be single shot. versus a chipmunk where it was a single shot only. on thing is is the scout is pretty hefty as far as weight for him to shoot in supported for now at least. ill have to start looking into the Appleseed stuff.
My father in law gifted me an old Winchester 67 single shot bolt 22. It's lot of fun to shoot. A lot of fun. In fact my boys, 9 and 11, like it more than the 10/22. I love it too. There's something really fun in having only one shot. And making it count.

We shoot at steel mostly at our local range. Reactive targets seem to keep their interest better. I do plan on taking the older one to an Appleseed this summer.
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would be great to see a pic of a big smile on his face holding his rifle.

i got a 3 year old and cant wait to take him out with us
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Good Dad. And I really think those CZ's are high quality rifles.!

Some of the best times at the Range were with my 5 kids. 4 are grown-up adult gun owners; one left at home who still goes with me to shoot her Glock.


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Have him write and post a 200 word essay on why he likes to shoot and I will send him a set of eyes and ears.

Up to $50 worth at Midway.

Cheers, Pete.
Ok....if he posts it here on Cal Guns, I'am in for 100 rounds of CCI .22LR.

I live in Orange County. Where are you OP.?

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This is really cool! My son just turned 8 and I can't wait to get him out on the 10/22. I bought him a toy gun for his birthday and am teaching him the fundamentals and rules of safety. What is cool about this toy gun is that it has all of the features of a real gun. It has a safety, you have to load each round into the tube magazine and rack the action each time you want to fire a shot. It fires these little biodegradable paint balls that you can wash off with the hose and it will not stain clothing. I set up a target on our tree and have him shoot the target, then when he is done, I just hose it off. I got him eye pro and ear pro as well and make him wear it every time he shoots.

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we're in San Diego. really excited to show him this thread. I'm sure this will be the first time he will be excited in writing an essay. I was even thinking of taking him back today. he will be excited in earring his eyes/ears and ammo. I told him I'd keep his ammo seperate so this will teach him ammo consumption which hopefully transfer to money too.
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^ This is a good guy right here!

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we're in San Diego. really excited to show him this thread. I'm sure this will be the first time he will be excited in writing an essay. I was even thinking of taking him back today. he will be excited in earring his eyes/ears and ammo. I told him I'd keep his ammo seperate so this will teach him ammo consumption which hopefully transfer to money too.
Outstanding! This was the exact age my uncle took me big boy shooting.
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Awesome thread!

When I was 8 my dad moved us up to Shingle Springs and that's when I began shooting. Good times.

TKM, your offer goes above & beyond, we need more folks like you in this crazy world.
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had a busy weekend with the whole family doing the MS walk. should have his paper up tomorrow. he was all smiles seeing how supportive everyone was.
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Sorry took so long, have been busy between sick kids and work. Which sadly shows in his writing as he stated what I have known in which we don't get to do much together.


Rule #1 always treat the gun like if it's loaded even if it's on safe the gun will still be able to go off, just in case it IS loaded, keep it on safe at all times.

Rule #2 never cover the muzzle with anything that you do not want to destroy or NEVER point a gun at a person.

Rule #3 at all times keep your finger off the trigger or you would either injure, hurt or even kill someone, only put finger on the trigger when lined up with target and ready to shoot.

Rule #4 make sure to watch your target and your targets surroundings to make sure nothing bad or stupid happens.

I enjoy shooting, because you get to have fun and you can see how you can get better and better each time you go. I only went once to the range and tried it out, and it was FUN! It's fun because it helps me focus on my goal and like focusing on work in school, they both have something I have to focus on. Shooting helps me aim and focus on what ever I am doing.


I always need to get prepared before I go shooting in real life. I feel excited because I got time to spend with my dad because I don't get to spend time with him during the week. The weekend too because he works Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and every other Saturday so I don't get much time to spend him. I feel great when I hit the bullseye because I should keep hitting the bullseye and aiming like last time when I hit the bullseye.

I feel o.k. when I miss the bullseye I just need to be aiming better and when the bullet comes out when I shoot too not shake as much, because it will effect my shot and will aim in another direction. The steps to take a shot are first make sure you aim and your target is lined up. Second put your finger on the trigger but don't pull it back yet. Third make sure you are still lined up and pull the trigger when you are ready to shoot, and remember to take your time.



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We went out to BLM, and had a blast.


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This is so very cool. You are obviously a caring father, your son is obviously a pretty good kid, and there are several very generous people in this thread already providing supplies to encourage his interest and the time he gets to spend with you doing something you both enjoy. Faith in humanity is restored. . Good job OP, you must be very proud. And way to go tkm and oceanbob! Very generous!
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That's cool my son started shooting when he was 6 with a marlin 60
now he is 12 years old and he beats me and some other adults in our local range shooting Action pistol at USI
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Awesome! I started very early too, and I think it is something that contributed to keeping me out of trouble as a youngster. If I got into trouble, one of the first recreations to go away was range time with my dad!

It's nice that you get to spend some quality time with your youngster!
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Misleading Thread title.. I was about to say.. My 2yr gets a time out at least once a day.. LOL

Nice shooting.. can't wait for ours to be old enough
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Well done, young man.

A deal is a deal and your eyes and ears are on the way.

Happy shooting, Pete.
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