My soon to be thirteen year old daughter is itching to take up clay shooting. We have been to a local gun shop to try a few for size.
Was tempted by a 410 but with such a small amount of shot she would have to be right on the money to hit any clays.
She handled a yildiz junior in 20 bore and it fitted her well. I would go for this but feel she probably won't like the recoil. So I thought one in 28 bore would fit the bill. Start her off with light loads and increase up to 21 + gram loads when she gets used to it.
The sales "gentlemen" said she would be better with the 20 bore was the recoil from a 28 can be to harsh. .............................. I will let you fill in the gap as to what I thought at the time.
The other option was a hatsan escort junior. I know they are marmite guns but would this be a good option for a youngster who is probably going to shoot maybe 10 times a year tops.
Your thoughts and advice are much appreciated