Hey fams. On Sunday my father and I are going to the range, and I'm taking my 13 year old nephew with me. He's never shot anything other than a pellet gun before, so today I'm going over to his house at 3 to show him the 3 guns that I'm going to be taking with us: a Ruger GP100 .357, a 3rd Gen Glock 22 (I have a 9mm conversion barrel I could use if .40 is too snappy for him), and my WASR 10/63 AK-47 (it has a CAR-style collapsible stock that can be adjusted to fit him). My first order of business is to teach him proper gun safety; that is, the rules as laid down by the NRA: https://gunsafetyrules.nra.org/ The second order of business is to familiarize him with the proper handling of the firearms in question, such as checking and double-checking the guns to make sure they are safe, how to load them (there will be no live ammunition with me), and proper stance and handling technique, such as a proper shooting grip. The range that we're going to is an indoor range with an extensive line of guns that you can rent, so if what I have doesn't work for him, we can try several other guns for a flat fee of $20/hour. Is there anything that I'm missing? Any suggestions? This is the first time I'm taking a kid to the range, so I want to cover my bases. Thanks!