Cheyenne Dalton Was Introduced to Guns at Young Age

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posted on July 22, 2018
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Competitive shooter Cheyenne Dalton was asked: How were you introduced to shooting?

“My dad started taking me shooting when I was quite young. He showed me proper handling and gun safety and also showed me how the guns worked. We would set up targets and just shoot and see how well we could do. I think it’s really important that new shooters thoroughly understand how the gun they’re shooting works. That way, if they have any sort of issues with the gun, they can handle the problem safely.” 

Cheyenne Dalton has won numerous state-level titles, as well as two ladies’ limited Rimfire World championship titles. She lives on her family’s farm in Missouri. In her spare time she enjoys playing Bluegrass music with her band, That Dalton Gang. Two of her main objectives include introducing women and girls to the shooting sports and showing the shooting sports in the best light possible. 

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