Want to make one for my classroom!
Clutter Busting Game: Each person chooses a ball, completes the task, then chooses another one. After 30 minutes, whoever has the most balls gets a prize - like a no-chores day or gets to pick a movie.
Rossi Tuffy : Rossi's Tuffy is very similar to the Tamer. The MSRP is slightly lower, at $211. The Tuffy stores ammunition in the stock instead of the side of the stock, so there is a bit more security there. That said, the extra rounds are harder to get to. The grip is more ergonomic for small hands, and hard to hold for those of us with larger hands.
Rossi Youth Model .410 : The Rossi shotgun line is really rugged. I've never handled one that didn't feel overbuilt. Their Youth Model .410 is no exception. 155 alone, or $225 as a matched pair (which comes with a .22LR barrel, also). These are so incredibly well built. They have to be, as simple as they are. But the Rossi guns can take the abuse. With the variety of .410 ammunition available these days, this becomes one versatile gun. And sale prices often bring this gun down below $100.
The H Tamer : The H Tamer is a step up from the Pardner. The materials are more durable, for starters. The price is close: $223. These guns look and feel less like antiques. The stainless finish is much easier to maintain, and the polymer stock is designed to hold some extra ammunition. The Tamer also has a more tactical feel, if only because of the pistol grip. But that is appealing to many kids who are already used to the way some weapons feel from their Airsoft versions of real guns