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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 4/28/2002 7:21:43 AM EST
I took my 8 year old son out to the local WalMart store this weekend and bought him his first Daisy BB gun.
We stayed up half the night talking about gun safety and shooting rules, all the things that my father and grandfather taught me as a boy.
The very next morning we were off to the woods to do some tin can hunting.
What a great feeling it was to see my son starting off with such enthusiasm. Such a fine young man, learning what his father, and other fathers have all learned.
It was a proud moment for me.
I love this country so much.

Link Posted: 4/28/2002 8:33:37 AM EST
Welcome and congrats that you are passing such a legacy on.

I remember when I gave my son his BB gun, it is a Red Ryder and he loves it. He is now asking for his first real gun. I am thinking a bolt gun in .22 myself. The only advice I give is don't push your kids to hard because sometimes it may push them right out of the sport. Best of luck.
Link Posted: 4/28/2002 8:37:30 AM EST
Congrats, mine will four in july and I look forward to the day I get to teach HER responsible firearm handling. Have fun be safe.
Link Posted: 4/28/2002 10:49:42 AM EST
When I bought my son his first Daisy he took to it like a fish to water or better said like a boy to a BB gun. I thought it was great until I saw all the pop cans in the back yard. Took a half hour to collect them up and cost me about $10 (lost deposits). Guess I shouldn't wait so long to return the empties.
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