Re: Need Help for Baby Bro
If there is a 22 RF lying around the house that would be a good choice to practice with. I do not care how bad it shoots and I do not care if it has iron sights or optics. The objective is to practice good mechanics and develop good habits and cure bad habits. He should be shooting form a bench and really concentrate on getting the best possible accuracy from the rifle. To break up the monotony and boredom he can do some tincan shooting and goofing around as long as he picks up his trash after he is done. Shooting 100yards or further at small targets with a 22RF can be fun and reinforce the idea that the mechanics must be prefect.
I taught my kids shooting mechanics with a pellet gun. Even at just 30 feet it challenged them.
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