Action Airgun – Fun, Firearms Education, and Competitive

| February 24, 2009

By: Andy Fink Juniors and adults, get ready for the new shooting game in town! What a combination! Do you want to teach your kids firearms safety and have a ball of fun without even having to leave your house? You can. ActionAirgun has come up with a new sport of competitive shooting that is […]

Youth Hunters Education – Getting Kids Started Right

| February 20, 2009

Imagine a group of young kids and teenagers arriving at an open field and putting their shooting, gun handling, Kansas Hunting laws knowledge, and Hunters Educational Skills to the test.

Companies & Organizations Supporting You – The Youth Shooter: Midway USA & the Scholastic Shooting Trust Fund

| February 15, 2009

By: Andy Fink   Did you know that there are many organizations and companies that actively support youth shooting activities? Most of the companies that make up the shooting industry sponsor youth shooting events by providing products for prizes and donations. Many of them support youth oriented shooting magazines like Junior Shooters or youth organizations […]

My Bird Dog and I

| February 13, 2009

By: Keagen Cothern (Junior Writer  For Kids By Kids) I had a great experience competing in the North American Gun Dog Association National Championships (NAGDA) this spring. Hunting is a tradition in my family and I have been bird hunting with my dad for the past four years. My dad started competing with NAGDA two […]

My Life As A Cowboy Action Shooter

| February 11, 2009

By:Sarah Harp, aka Sage Chick (Junior Writer  For Kids By Kids) Howdy, my name is Sarah Harp, and my Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) alias is Sage Chick. I am 14 and I am a cowboy action shooter. Before I tell you any more about myself, let me tell you about cowboy action shooting. Cowboy […]

Walther’s SP22 and Shooting Steel

| February 8, 2009

By: Hannah Bowers (Junior Writer  For Kids By Kids) Have you ever shot in a Steel Challenge Match? A Steel Challenge Match consists of shooting at five steel targets at each of five stages, with speed and accuracy as the goal. You can shoot rimfire or centerfire and limited or open categories. The open category […]

Gunsmithing: GLOCK Smithin’

| February 3, 2009

By: Robert “Doc” Krone Ah Glock’s, you either love em or well?hate is a strong word but it is all about fit in a shooters hand and yes, even appearance. The main attraction is the polymer or plastic frame which takes weight away from the gun and even takes up some recoil from the shooter. […]