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Hello,

I found this site a few days ago and have been snooping around and finally decided to come on in.

I will be hanging in here and reading a lot. I don't know much yet so I can't add much.

We shoot pistols only and my wife and I are at the range every Monday having a great time together.

She is the reason I began reloading. She started shooting last spring and absolutely loves it. It got expensive.

We are both rather amateur shooters but enjoy shooting together a lot. I am retired and we are both a bit older

so old eyes give us a few problems. Bought her a red dot and that has helped a lot.

Either way we are having a good time together and that is what counts for us.

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Buy a .22 with a red dot - lots of fun, and less expensive. :cheers:

I bought her a Ruger .22 Competition with a 6 7/8" barrel. Put a TruGlo

open red dot on it and she is doing very well now.

I bought her the .22 because with the other pistols she was developing an

anticipation flinch and getting a bit frustrated.

She has now calmed down and doing nicely. Her results with the other

calibers has also improved.

I have a Buck Mark .22 I bought back in the 90's and it has become a lot

of fun to have mini-competitions between us.

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Buy a .22 with a red dot - lots of fun, and less expensive. :cheers:

I bought her a Ruger .22 Competition with a 6 7/8" barrel. Put a TruGlo

open red dot on it and she is doing very well now.

I bought her the .22 because with the other pistols she was developing an

anticipation flinch and getting a bit frustrated.

She has now calmed down and doing nicely. Her results with the other

calibers has also improved.

I have a Buck Mark .22 I bought back in the 90's and it has become a lot

of fun to have mini-competitions between us.

first, welcome

second, double plug her ears, foam and then muffs, chances are its the noise that is causing the flinch

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