So Saturday was the shoot for the 2 young ladies.
Mom brought them to the range about 10 AM. Signed them in and had them sign waivers and all the other stuff the range requires.
Showed them around.
Then we had a short familiarization for the 2 girls.
types of actions
Range safety briefing
Time to shoot. Indoor range (Mosquitos were….voracious.) Strung the 7 yd cable and hung some targets.
go over the 4 rules again.
.22 pistols (the girls liked those, especially the ones with red dots)
.380’s (not so much)
big 9MM. Yeah!
small 9mm (not so much).
.45 (1911). YES!
Their hands were a bit small for the pistols (being young girls) but they hit every time, at least on a NRA 50 ft Small Bore Pistol target. (about 12X12). With the .22 and the .45 they ate the black out of the targets….
The outdoor 50 yd/25 yd range was occupied, so we did .22 rifles inside at 50 ft.
Both girls like the scoped 10-22….(who wouldn’t?) and the one said “This is just like Call of Duty!”
Hits were hard to call after the first one, even with Shoot and See targets. All one hole (I know, 50 feet, but still, first time shooters).
I had fun, they had fun, they learned something, learned that guns are not toys, and above all, I got to see two beautiful “first time shooters” smiles. Was too busy to take pictures.
They want to come and do some more shooting soon.