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Re: Youth shotguns

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11-30-2012 04:19:08

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Start kids with a single shot gun, it will teach them to aim well and to make the first shot count.

Consider replacing the recoil pad on an older shot gun. Old recoil pads get hard and ineffective.

I hope you will be always be there supervising your kids with a shotgun. Seven year-olds still enjoy shooting at each other with toy guns and they will shoot at each other with an "unloaded" shotgun too. Do they really comprehend that a gun is not a toy yet?

Why not start with a weak BB gun when they are mature enough to be responsible and safe with guns? You will loose enough windows, have vehicle damage, holes in the house siding and have other property damage with young kids and just a BB gun.

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11-30-2012 06:37:57

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to ss55, 11-30-2012 04:19:08  
Sometimes it takes years to "fix" the damage a shingle shot does to a young shooter. Usually they are light, poorly padded and kick much harder than pump shotguns, leading to poor shooting habits by the kid.

Buy a Mossberg 500 youth 20 gauge pump or something similar.

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11-30-2012 07:17:39

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to dhermesc, 11-30-2012 06:37:57  
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I think if you compare the mossberg and remington side by side, you're going to go home with the mossberg. A few little things that favor a young hunter on the mossberg plus it's a proven military design.

That's what I did anyway and my girls love it.

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