Hunting Gear for Children Milford CT

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Dick's Sporting Goods
(203) 876-0477
1201 Boston Post Rd
Milford, CT
Rhino Linings of Milford
(203) 874-4454
152 Old Gate Lane
Milford, CT
Discipline LLC Campf
(203) 882-0015
121 Woodmont Road
Milford, CT
K-5 Arms Exchange Inc
(203)876-9981, (203)876-9464
962 Boston Post Rd
Milford, CT
Sports Authority
(203) 876-9767
1777 Boston Post Road
Milford, CT
Golf Day Shop, Golf Hitting Cage, Golf Trade-In Program, Ski-Snowboard/Bike Tech Shop, Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

Modell's Sporting Goods
(203) 878-7977
1397 Boston Post Road
Milford, CT
10:00AM - 7:00PM SUNDAY

Tutor Time Child Care Learning Centers
(203) 876-1555
470 Bridgeport Avenue
Milford, CT
Tony`s Bikes & Sports
(203) 878-5380
108 Broad Street
Milford, CT
Bray Custom Rods
(203) 878-9300
70 Raton Road Suite C
Milford, CT
Southern Connecticut Tackle CO Inc
(203) 874-4159
76 Quirk Road
Milford, CT

Young Guns: Setting Up a Youth Hunt

1) Before you put a high-powered rifle in youngsters' hands, have them practice shooting on a range with a .22 rifle. You might even start with a BB gun. By doing this, you'll eliminate the possibility of their developing the very real fears of recoil and sound. It will also build confidence, and will help familiarize them with how a firearm works. Then, when the time comes to let these youngsters shoot a "big" gun under actual hunting conditions, they'll be so caught up in the moment that they won't have time to be fearful. This especially applies to young girls.

2) For a fairly close shot, manipulate food plots so that the most desirable deer food is less than 100 yards away. Bring candy, video games, an I-Pod or something to keep your child entertained while sitting in the stand.

3) Bring along important shooting aids -- a bi-pod, sandbags, or a cushion to prop the gun over the shooting rail. In other words, make it as easy as possible on the young hunter....

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