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Project Appleseed


July 15th and 16, 2017

Info/registration details
Appleseed Home Page

Great article (Feb. 2016)

History, Heritage and Rifle Marksmanship!

.22 caliber rifles are welcome!

The Revolutionary war veterans Association

presents

The Appleseed Project

PAYING TRIBUTE TO APRIL 19, 1775 THROUGH AWARENESS, LEARNING & MARKSMANSHIP

What the RWVA (Revolutionary War Veterans Association) is all about:

The Appleseed Program is designed to take you from being a simple rifle owner to being a true rifleman.

(From Appleseed's website)

Why should you come?

Well, for one thing, to see what this Appleseed stuff is all about. To find out why one well-known gun writer who was there said, "this is going to be the next big thing that nobody saw coming."

Another reason...

To learn to shoot a rifle to learn to shoot it just as well as your forefathers.

Another reason...

To hear the story that every American should hear. About how your forebears took up arms, on the first day of the American Revolution, and did things no other people in the world have ever done. To learn things you don't learn in school, about that day. About where the Revolution really started it did not start in Lexington, nor did it start in Concord. According to John Adams, it was over before it started. Be there to hear The Story, because to hear it is to remember what they did, that day. And to remember, is to honor them for doing it.

Another reason...

To gather new hope for the future. To see Americans volunteer Americans not sitting around complaining: no sir, out doing something about it like saving their country, one person at a time.

Another reason...

To meet other Americans with whom you can enjoy learning to shoot, and learning more about the momentous events of April 19th, 1775. So you'll go home with your hope for America re-kindled and enlarged because you know that there are others just like you.

Another reason...

To qualify to purchase an M1 Garand still one of the world's finest battle rifles and a true piece of American history...direct from the Civilian Marksmanship Program for a price several hundred dollars under market.