'no you'll shoot your eyes out'
- a Christmas story
ya we have all heard it but here I'm not trying to convince you I'm giving you ideas
i have a beloved crosman 66 powermaster (as seen in picture) that shoots pellets and bbs
i will cover.....
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Step 1: Safety
1.always act as if the gun is loaded
2.never store the gun loaded even if safety is on
3.always where glasses (i once was shooting at a pigeon gut missed and the bb hit a wall and ricocheted and hit me in the chest)
4.always now whats behind your target
as long as you follow these rules you will be able to shoot another day
Step 2: Maintenance
after you're done shooting always unload the gun and store where no child can reach. also never leave the gun cocked, pumped, or loaded. if you have a scope or a sight that has covers for it cover it.
cleaning and oiling
you don't really need to clean anything except for an ocational wipe down. how ever you do need to oil it. if you have a pun you have to pump, oil it on the hinges put just one drop on each hinge but don't over oil it it is bad for the gun. heres the oil i use.
Step 3: Targets
okay enough of the boring stuff lets talk targets
heres a list of non reactive targets
now my favorite reactive targets are pigeons but there are tons of other better ones like lighters that have a source of fire behind them be careful with that one. lego people are fun cause the explode when you hit them. pray paint is also fun.
Step 4: The End or Is It........bum Bum Buum
so long for now i will do updates and answer any questions if you have any.
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