Not bad, what is it though?
He has some bad habits, like using his middle finger to fire He needs to work on his breathing and take his time lining up his target. At ~50 yards, he could get almost all his shots within an 8 inch circle, so not too shabby for his first time firing it.
Last edited by Egilbe; 04-16-2012 at 03:32 PM.
the rear sight base on those rifles (and many others too) are installed via a dovetail. to adjust you simply tap the sight base to the right or left. remember that for the rear sight you adjust it in the same direction you want the point of impact to adjust. a small punch and a hammer are usually sufficient to shift the sight, in a pinch a nail or sometimes even a spent (centerfire) casing can be used in place of a punch. just make sure you put the force on the dovetail and not on the upper portion of the sight base or you could break things.
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Late to the party.
Good job getting the boy into shooting.
My oldest dropped his first varmit this past weekend with the 597.
We've had a run on groundhogs for some reason.
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