Senior Refuge Member
- Oct 26, 2017
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- Northern California
the excitement picking up that banded greenhead is awesome haha
thats one meant to be broken!!! I love it. My son just graduated this year from the red ryder and now is shooting the youth 20 gauge with his license. The passion really takes a new turn when they can hunt. He's full blown obsessed now.They broke the “don’t have too much fun” rule a few times for sure.
That’s getting after it. Nice.They absolutely love it. Burned through over 2,000 BBs in just a few hunts this year. Making memories for sure!
that moment was all-time. So glad my buddy was able to capture it.the excitement picking up that banded greenhead is awesome hah
Nothing better than getting the kids out. Really great that he is getting after it at 4!Looks like fun times. I have a 4 year old and we have a blast out at the blind. He’s excited to get on the tractor with me this summer to help with mowing out there.
On slow days he’s even taken a couple naps out there.
That is great. My little guy shot his first duck - that hen spoony on Saturday - but was excited to back w his Red Ryder on Sunday. So I thought that was really fun. He is still getting comfortable w his 28 gauge - he feels the kick so I’m letting him take it at his own pace.thats one meant to be broken!!! I love it. My son just graduated this year from the red ryder and now is shooting the youth 20 gauge with his license. The passion really takes a new turn when they can hunt. He's full blown obsessed now.
I feel the same way - I didn’t get the Red Ryder as my dad got his right eye shot out playing cowboys and Indians at 7yo, so I went straight to the 20 gauge. Great to see my guy is getting super confident w it, but I’m working hard to make sure he still respects that it isn’t a toy gun.That’s getting after it. Nice.
I remember one day the ducks took a back seat. Trying to shoot off a little dead branch from a tree became more important. The adults had as much or maybe more fun than the kids.
Those little Red Ryder’s are such a great tool for teaching gun safety