RC, I shouldn't kick a lot, it's a pretty small gun. Do you have your gun saftey? I hope so! Anyway, ALWAYS keep it unloaded and be very careful changing out the barrels. Like my father Always said there is no such thing as a gun that's a toy, bb gun or otherwise! Be very careful!
Not much RC.It's bark is worse than the bite. It will kick some ,the main thing is to shoot more&shoot more often.hold it tight to your shoulder. A kick affects you more if you loosely shoulder it. How much do you weigh&how tall are you. A bigger kid would think nothing of it. My son started out with a .410 & after a month he wanted the 12 gauge.Now that kicks,but when shooting at game you'll not even feel it. I have a 300 win mag & that sucker kicks,so does my single shot 10 gauge,but when I'm shooting game I do not feel it.
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Well i woke up got my mom up to.I did not get time to read your post befor i shoot it.It scared my mom bad!I have a 22 it did not make as much sound.But whan i shoot that 410 my mom speeled her coffy.I reed the onwers manle and some words my mom helps out with befor i shoot it.
CK am 5ft 6in 165 pounds.....More mucle than fat.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME GOT TO GO
Well i got my 410 off layaway! - - -
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