Re: Passing on the Heritage: Youth Shooting Camp Part 2
That's just Awesome. I wish I could find some local coaching for my son in a couple years. I know he would benefit from it in many ways.
My hat is off to you for taking the time to put on an event like this for the kids. You know darn well that some of them just reached "elite status" from thier peers when school starts up again. Great coaching, & thank you for all the leg work you had to have put in on top of teaching/coaching.
As for my oldest boy, He just turnned 7, & he's an Avid shooter, & loves whackin Sage Rats with both his BB guns, Pellet gun, & three different 22's.
He also loves lining up empty shotgun hulls, & picking them off 1 by 1. One of his other favorites is shooting golf balls. He just keeps shooting it, launching it farther with every hit, untill its out of sight.
In a few years he'll be begging to shoot the bigger stuff. It's going to be so cool to shoot the big guns with him. I can't wait!!
I really hope your story, & what you've done with those youngsters, will inspire some other folks to pitch in, & help out any way they can. I know I will certainly be doing what I can when my son, & his buddies are a bit older.
Thanks again for what you did, & for an inspiring story, & great read. I really enjoyed your article.
"Its not Rocket Surgery.....'
GOD,GUNS,&GUTTS MADE AMERICA, LETS KEEP ALL 3!winmag
"I have No idea why that cop made me ride in the back seat, when I Clearly called Shotgun!"
Last edited by winmag; 07-23-2012 at 10:59 PM.
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