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Old 08-09-2012, 07:56 AM
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This is exactly what I wish I had when I was a kid and hope to have for my son when he is old enough. Sounds like a great time. Thanks for sharing
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:29 PM
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This is exactly what I wish I had when I was a kid and hope to have for my son when he is old enough. Sounds like a great time. Thanks for sharing
Yes we had an absolute blast! It was my pleasure to share the story... just make sure you take the time to make your own memories with your son because haeven knows they grow too darn fast!

How old is your boy and what part of Texas are you in? I am originally from just south of Dallas with family scattered all over I also travel back on occasion.

Pete
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My son is almost 3 and look forward to teaching him to shoot. originally I am from the very bottom of Texas but now live in the hill country just west of San Antonio
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I just went through Hunter Ed with a 10 y/o, and can't say enough about the good folks that put it on. For hands on I agree with keeping the targets interesting, and reactive. We're blessed with a good Junior rifle club here,
Here's something to reinforce what was learned in hunters ed. Washington State's April 17 YHEC a success

My 2 oldest kids have done this the past 2 years here in Wy and have loved it.
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:10 PM
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Re: Passing on the Heritage: Youth Shooting Camp Part 2

Deer season has begun here! Here are the first couple deer the kids have harvested.

Kids Shooting Course Advice

I am headed out later this week with my older two boys followed by two of my students who have a non-hunter dad. This will be thier first deer hunt.... wish them luck!
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