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Project Appleseed 2-Day Rifle Marksmanship Clinic April 2018
April 7 - April 8
The Appleseed Program is designed to take you from simply being a rifle owner to being a true Rifleman. All throughout American history, the Rifleman has been defined as a marksman capable of hitting targets from 500 yards away! This 500-yard range is traditionally known as “the rifleman’s quarter-mile.” A rifleman can hit just about any target he can see.
Learn the “Six steps to firing the shot.” Learn correct firing positions and proper use of the sling. Hear some little-known Revolutionary War history and reaffirm your heritage. Become a more influential citizen and make America a better place.
What you should bring:
A desire to learn and improve. A rifle (and a spare, if you have it). Ammunition: At least 250 rounds per day. Scope OK. GI web sling strongly recommended. Eye and ear protection. Mat or ground cloth. Hat and sunscreen. Rain gear, layered clothes. Water, lunch, snacks. Some friends!!
What you can expect:
New Shooters – learn fundamentals and make quick progress.
Experienced Shooters – learn techniques to tighten your groups.
Experts – polish skills, become an RWVA Instructor in Training.
Everyone – expect to have a great time! Appleseed Attendees have said: “[spent] time doing something fun with my son… I am so proud of him!” “….had a terrific time with my wife and we are looking forward to our next Appleseed.” “…..received more quality instruction in two days than I’ve had in four years on active duty!”
Pre-registration Fees (per adult): $60 for one day or both days. Under 18, Active Military, Reserve, Guard, Peace Officers, Reenactors in period dress and Elected Officials: $20 for one day or both days. This does not include range fees (18 or older) which are $10 for the event. Members of Escambia River Gun Club will pay a $5 range fee, but must show proof of membership at check-in. Attendees are responsible for determining applicable firearms laws of the state.
Find us on the web at www.appleseedinfo.org for details.
Or, Tim Frey via e-mail [email protected] or call 850 478-5270
Pre-registration is highly recommended. Visit www.appleseedinfo.org
Directions: From Pensacola: Take Hwy 29 through Cantonment. Turn right on to Hwy 95-A. Turn right onto Quintette Road. Turn left onto Rocky Branch Rd. From Pace/Milton: Take Hwy 197 (Chumuckla Rd.) or 197-A (WoodbineRd.) to Quintette Road. Turn right onto Rocky Branch Rd. Sponsored by the Revolutionary War Veterans Association, a 501(c)(3) organization.