Found this in our picture file, today! Took about a year ago!
looks like fun times
It is my brothers that I borrowed to shoot with the kid.....Easier to use than my old Crossman!
Damn I'm old. I still have mine from the 1st year they were sold.
I guess I should go get a new one and have the set.
I had you figgerd for older.
I don't know why.
You get that youg un a pellet gun soon. Never too early.
The safety trainig that is.
And she is learning the safety. Here she is with her's http://www.gunslot.com/pictures/my-little-girl-and-g-dad-shooting-her-b-...
My youngest is 16. 2 girls.
Now she's talking college tuition and what ccw she wants! I am so proud I am about to bust.
16 and talking about her CCW......wow! Still got a few years though! My oldest (one in the pic) will be four on Valentines Day, and she has a little toy gun that she keeps in her pocket, so she can be like Daddy......They do make you proud, don't they!
droped mine out side one winter day..got burried in a snow drift.. was afraid to tell the folks.. so soon as the snow melted i found the rifle. (guess i was always a screw up) and the thing is the spring rusted and for what ever reason.. man was it powerful.. hard to cock, but turned the bb trajectroy into a flat shooter.. This was a complete accident of course, and all the other kids soon started "losing" thiers as well... pretty neat except it sounded bad when you fired. the nice Daisy "pow" was sorta like scraping metal together..
you teach kids early about weapons and it makes them soooooooooooo much more safe around them. Education is the key, NOT stupid laws that protect the morons. Cute little girl keep up the great job.
He's two and not quite strong enough to cock it, but he tucks it up under his arm and shoots it using two fingers. He'll get there. Good job, shak. Start 'em young.