Good point cast iron. Did a winter with my daughter at age 12 with a range set up in the basement and a pellet rifle, It was not wasted time
As soon as weather permitted we took it outside. That fall we went to the Minnesota State Fair. At a shooting booth we ran into a gang of her
school buddies (all boys) who were trying to win prizes with their marksmanship. Daughter asked for a chance to shoot the full auto BB gun and
try her skills. Boys had quite a laugh over it with some comments that amused me rather than angered. Their eyes widened to saucers when she
very methodically cut the center bull out of the target. As she turned to claim her teddy bear (pink of course) she smiled and said to the
gang “trigger control always a good idea”. Dad still gets a good chuckle when he remembers it.
Time spent on air powered shooting is time well spent.
Sounds like a great father daughter time well spent together.
Good for you!
In the past I have read various experts, champion and Olympic shooters teach to dry fire in the off season a few times a week to an hour or more a day.
Figure why not use something that practices all the fundamentals, and give instantaneous feed back?
I can do it in the basement too.
Statistics: Posted by Cast Iron — Fri Mar 31, 2017 9:49 am