He had a blast. He's right on the cusp of 5, enjoys watching Top Shot, is already adept at helping me load magazines and is eerily good with gun safety. Went out to Stevenson, my new favourite range, and had a great time. I bought a bolt action .22 from a member a while back and fitted it with a cheap-o red dot. The range was clean but full so we had to wait a while but the people there eventually cleaned out and cleaned up. I went over basic safety, how to aim and warned him about how loud it was. Put in a brace of Aguila Super-Colibri and helped him keep position. The subsonics were a great starting point I thought since there was virtually no sound at all. He loved it! After the tube was empty I graduated him up to some full strength .22s and he was plinking away with abandon, me working the bolt for him. He learned alot about how to aim, how to pull the trigger and all. It was a great day and he was excited the entire time. We had a couple safety gaffs, but I was right by him and kept mishaps to 'almost' instead of bad things happening. We also got to try out some hand loads I worked up for my wife to use. Good day all around.