Proud Grandpa

  • Last Post 09 January 2023
David Reiss posted this 21 December 2022

My grandson, Hunter (his name) and his first two deer. Spike taken on day one and doe on day two. He is 12 years old and was using a 270 Win. 

The shots in the head (?????????), his dad told him to. I have since educated him on shot placement. 

David Reiss - NRA Life Member & PSC Range Member Retired Police Firearms Instructor/Armorer
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Waleone posted this 21 December 2022

That's awesome David! My 9 year old grandson and I got to spend some time together in the woods this year. He did not get to shoot one with me, but he got two this year with his dad. Browning X-bolt in 6.5 Creedmoor did the trick. No cast bullets yet, but Pop is working on that. There is nothing like kids to keep excitement in the game, first with our own children, now it's the grandkids!


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2frogs posted this 09 January 2023

Great story. My 2 granddaughters are getting interested. Keeps me busy casting bullets for my Rossi 92. They are 7-9.

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Ross Smith posted this 09 January 2023

Exactly what we need, young recruits.

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