So I'm gonna tell you.
Pretend you care.
The kids learn weapon safety (i.e. don't point the gun at anybody, don't carry a loaded gun, stuff like that).
Then depending on their age, they have different positions to shoot in. Daisy's age they only do prone, which is laying on their belly. In a couple/few years she will be able to do all three: prone, kneeling, and standing.
Sounds pretty simple huh?
Except the targets are little. They are about the size of a silver dollar. The grown ups use binoculars to see if the kids are hitting the target.
And not just good binoculars. They use high powered binocular.
And you want to hit as close to the center of the target as you can (think of a dart board with its bulls eye. Except the bulls eye is smaller than a pencil eraser.)
And you are 50 feet away.
I circled her targets with red. They have 3 sheets of paper with 12 circles - 2 practice targets and 10 real targets.
I am not telling you all this so you think "WOW! Daisy must be a great shot."
Cause she isn't.
Then again, I suppose being able to hit the piece of paper means she could hit a deer.