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That Winning Smile

We’re all familiar with it, but Kevin shows an example of how it’s done. And he’s right. It probably does terrify our opponents.

“That’s the smile you get from a new shooter – Every. Single. Time.”

Yep… and CBS is plastering all over now.

6 Responses to “That Winning Smile”

  1. David says:

    You should see the smiles my little British niece and nephew sported when there were here last summer and got to shoot for the first time. I’ve never taken someone to the range and had them say anything other than “That was fun, when can we do it again”.

    The single greatest thing you can do, for the shooting sports, is to take someone shooting and make sure they have a good time. Those people will quickly become pro-gun or a lot less anti-gun.

    Also, don’t be a jackass and put a .338 in the hands of someone who has never shot before. Be an ambassador for all of us.

  2. dannytheman says:

    “Also, don’t be a jackass and put a .338 in the hands of someone who has never shot before. Be an ambassador for all of us.”

    Ding, ding!! We have a winner! Good post! Slow and easy! and let them load up slow!

  3. AZRon says:

    The only smile brighter than a childs’ on Christmas morning, is that of the same young’un shooting their first bullseye. (even if it is at 10 feet)

  4. JayF says:

    CBS — it’s incredible to imagine CBS doing a story like that not too many years ago.

    And now look at NBC:

    NBC Sports Network to Sponsor
    New Product Center at 2012 SHOT Show®

    http://nssf.org/newsroom/releases/show.cfm?PR=010312_NBC_Sports.cfm&path=2012

    • Sam P says:

      That’s probably because NBC Sports merged with Versus.

      • David says:

        It’s all about the dollars. The soaring number of gun purchases and new gun owners translates in advertising dollars for them. Have you seen the ratings for TopShot?

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