Stop and think for a moment about what it was like when you were a young person and first dreamed of shooting a gun. It almost gives you that fuzzy feeling inside, that same feeling when American Rifleman shows up in the mailbox or when you see the latest thermal imaging scope on the counter of the local gun store. Whatever the case may be, we owe it to ourselves to cherish that feeling and allow others to experience the same. It became my prerogative to teach my young nephew all about the world, show him the tools and teach him the skills to be a successful man. It started, of course, with a Daisy Red Ryder, then a Beeman .22 piston-driven gun and onto an Airforce Texan, a .45-cal. PCP rifle.
Mr. Olsen — better known as iraqveteran8888 — details out his pick for the best firearm to introduce the next generation to shooting. Read the rest of the article: