Posts Tagged ‘firearms instruction’

Teach Your Children Well

Lynne Finch

Teach Your Children Well Shooting is a great family activity.  Children can learn firearm safety at a young age, I usually advocate for six, but it depends on the child.   If you have firearms in the home, teaching gun safety at an early age is imperative. There are many products designed for smaller bodies.  Children, like adults, need safety equipment.  Even shooting outdoors, hearing protection is very important for young ears.   Eye protection is also so important.  Many .22 rifles are available in scaled down sizes.  Pellet rifles are also good for smaller hands.  Scan the Read More >>

What widget will fix my shooting problem?

Lynne Finch

I confess that I’m addicted to Social Media.  As such I’m in a couple firearms / shooting related groups.  I’m constantly amazed when people post questions about what accessory to get for their gun looking to fix an accuracy or handling issue.  For example, a recent post about someone who had too much muzzle rise with a GLOCK 17 and was looking at adding weights to the magazine plates or getting a new trigger.  Um, save your money, spend 5 minutes with a GOOD instructor who will probably address grip issues and you will be a lot happier.  The other way you have a more expensive Read More >>