That would be a neat little set. I wish that when I got my hunters saftey that I would have been able to shoot some different gun other than a.22. When my step son took his hunters saftey the instructor brought aout a bunch of his personal guys for the kids to shot. He got to shoot evertything from a .22, old flintlock black podwer and a AR-15, even got to shoot a bunch of pistols. Thouight is was pretty cool for him to use his own guns for the class.
Origninally produced for Hunter Ed classes across the nation.
WA state hunter Ed will soon allow ONLY these types of firearms in their class rooms. Risk management has advised the Hunter Ed Leadership that there are potential dangers in real firearms (who'd of guessed?). If Risk management look at the numbers, they'd find that you have a much greater chance of being injured on the way to class that with a functional firearm in a Hunter ED class room. I think they are a big waste of dollars.
well you can't fix stupid. of course there is a risk. i have a light risk of suddenly choking to death on my own vomit after reading that. i guess the only solution is to properly purge before getting on the internet?
There it sits. Alone and forgotten in a desk drawer or maybe in the bottom of your hunting pack. The lowly compass. Primarily initially replaced by the hand held GPS and now even by the new “smart” cell phones that include GPS, electronic compass – even real time imaging on aerial maps! Once the friend of every hunter and now the companion of few. It is not glamorous or glitzy, that is for sure… no bells and no whistles. Aaaaah, but let’s not rush to forget our...