In about an hour I'll be meeting up with some friends to teach them to shoot. The older of the two is about 55 and has never shot a gun before. He was one of the people that decided to buy a gun due to COVID-19. The other is his 19 year old step-son. I don't know if the 19 y/o has ever shot before. Since my friends guns are .22s we'll be sticking with that caliber. When my friend found out about my firearms experience he asked me to teach him to shoot. Which I support. First thing I'll do is drill the four primary rules into them.