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Ok so I admit this is just a proud parent bragging.

Took my 6 year daughter out Saturday morning for "Daddy Daughter Day". We took her .22lr Henry and ran some long rifles through it.

In the past she would only shoot CBs because the sound scared her. This time she did great, she followed everything I told her and kept her finger off the trigger until she was ready to shoot.

At her age accuracy is not our top priority, our main focus is safety. She did get a few good shots in.

Ok enough of my bragging thanks for your time.


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It is ok to be proud of her..Good job raising her to defend herself.
 

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Sounds great! Next, have someone tske a picture of the two of you. Tell her your TA friends want to meet her! I'm proud of both of you!:)
 

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I will have to get the pics from my father he dropped in during the range trip.


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What Sekol said. ;)
 

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Father daughter time is good. You are a lucky Dad.
 

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I watched a dad teaching his daughter to shoot with a .22LR Cricket at the outdoor range last month. Brought a smile to my face. Happy for you and your daughter!
 

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Here is a photo my father took of my girl shooting. The gun is still a little heavy so I help her balance it.

My son turns 5 at the end of the year so he will get a rifle then. Most likely a Cricket since he is a southpaw and I don't want him eating brass.

Thanks for all the replies.


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Brag away, sounds like a good range trip.
 

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Excellent! Always love to read about a new generation of shooters getting their start. Good work, Dad! :thumb:
 
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