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Posted: 12/27/2001 3:25:27 PM EDT
My other brother turned up with an AR15 A2, and a good beginner's pistol, a .22 revolver. Armed with these, plus an SKS, .22 rifle and .410, we took Sis-in-law shooting. She received good coaching and put it to good use. With the .22 revolver (a Single Six), she was drilling gallon and 2 liter plastic water bottles at 25 and 50 yards. Excellent. She then progressed to the AR15. She looked pretty doubtful about shooting it: too noisy, too intimidating, etc. But we assured her that it was a pleasant shooting weapon, and she would like it. She did. Pronounced it "neat." She balked at shooting my SKS, though. I don't blame her at all. Having shot the A2, I too balk at shooting my SKS! Remember how I said she *wasn't* a Rambo? Well, ummmm.... she has her foot in the door. Hope to take her shooting again, next time she is in town. Take a non-shooter to the range. Do it "for the children."
Link Posted: 12/27/2001 3:26:47 PM EDT
I say take a trip with her to Front Sight for one of their free subgun classes in 2002.
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