Red On The Range...


The girl is scary accurate with whatever she is shooting. She fell in love with her Papaw's Belgian Hi-Power last week. She has gotten pretty good with her S&W Shield 380 EZ, and she can ring 12" steel plates at 25 yards 14 out of 16 shots on average...bigsmile
She has been giving her Rem 870 20 gauge a workout as well, getting ready for some Marsh Hen hunting this year.
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I can't think of a much better way to bond with your kids. That's a memory you will take to your grave.
What range y'all at?
I need to find a priv range with in a hour or so from guyton Georgia. I take my grandkids to a DNR range but they're supposed to be 16. So I have to take them late usually around 5:00 on Fridays and Sundays. There's usually nobody there then.
Grand kids are 5-7-8&12.







I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.
I can't think of a much better way to bond with your kids. That's a memory you will take to your grave.
What range y'all at?
I need to find a priv range with in a hour or so from guyton Georgia. I take my grandkids to a DNR range but they're supposed to be 16. So I have to take them late usually around 5:00 on Fridays and Sundays. There's usually nobody there then.
Grand kids are 5-7-8&12.

This is a private club we joined four years ago. I started my Daughter shooting at 6 years old with a 22 Cricket. She has shot just about everything up to 50 cal now. :)







I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.Originally posted by Off the chain
If you have guns in the house, kids should be taught (at the proper age) how to responsibly handle them. Both of my boys are excellent shots and enjoy going to the range.


"Apathy is the Glove into Which Evil Slips It's Hand", but really, who cares?
Good stuff for sure. My daughter with 22. Bearcat




Karma is 360 degrees

"If fishing were easy it would be called your mom"
I can't think of a much better way to bond with your kids. That's a memory you will take to your grave.
What range y'all at?
I need to find a priv range with in a hour or so from guyton Georgia. I take my grandkids to a DNR range but they're supposed to be 16. So I have to take them late usually around 5:00 on Fridays and Sundays. There's usually nobody there then.
Grand kids are 5-7-8&12.

so you openly disregard DNRs range rules ? there is a reason they are in place dangerous much?




I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.Originally posted by Off the chain
Pk as I stated I go when there's no one there. Mainly for my grandchildren safety.
There is a number of ignorant untrained people (adult) at public ranges all the time. I have been flagged, seen weapons jam and people look down the barrel, people drop their weapons, discharge a weapon into the shooting bench the roof the list goes on. also like bluesky guy says in another post. I've seen people walk out on the range while it's hot and people firing.
I would put my youngest up against any adult on the range as far as safe handling of a weapon.
If you're going to have weapons your children need to be trained.
Explain to me why it is unsafe for me to take my grandchildren to the range.... ??????






I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.
Pk as I stated I go when there's no one there. Mainly for my grandchildren safety.
There is a number of ignorant untrained people (adult) at public ranges all the time. I have been flagged, seen weapons jam and people look down the barrel, people drop their weapons, discharge a weapon into the shooting bench the roof the list goes on. also like bluesky guy says in another post. I've seen people walk out on the range while it's hot and people firing.
I would put my youngest up against any adult on the range as far as safe handling of a weapon.
If you're going to have weapons your children need to be trained.
Explain to me why it is unsafe for me to take my grandchildren to the range.... ??????






I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.Originally posted by Off the chain


You blatantly disregard the rules DNR has in place
Why do you think that is ok?
16 years old to train a child how to fire and safely handle a weapon is ridiculous. I see people was young kids quite a bit.
If dnr comes out and wants to write me a ticket so be it.
I think it is much more important that the kids know how to handle a weapon.


I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.

22 life's a day
16 years old to train a child how to fire and safely handle a weapon is ridiculous. I see people was young kids quite a bit.
If dnr comes out and wants to write me a ticket so be it.
I think it is much more important that the kids know how to handle a weapon.


I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.

22 life's a dayOriginally posted by Off the chain


Fire at will! Don’t you hate rule breakers like the ones that drive 40 in a well marked 35 mph zone? Can’t believe the born before 72 crowd that missed the mandated hunter’s safety training are still alive!
And a Dem loving P-K says obey the law.

Should preach to whom he supports!!

NN