Author Topic: So You are going to an Appleseed! Here's what you need to know.  (Read 85508 times)

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Welcome to the world of Appleseed!

Congratulations! You have joined the fastest growing rifle marksmanship and American Heritage program in the world.  Tens of thousands of your fellow countrymen have already experienced great marksmanship instruction and have renewed their appreciation of the heritage passed down to us by America's founding generation.

Your Appleseed volunteers want you to enjoy your experience so they are here to help you be as prepared as possible for this most unique event and experience.

In the pages of this forum, you will find a wealth of information on how to better prepare yourself for your coming Appleseed event.   PLEASE, do not let all the information become overwhelming.  We have tried to make it as complete as possible, but the most important thing for you to understand is JUST COME ON OUT!  We don't want you sitting home because you are missing a piece or two of the items mentioned.   We are here to help you, and we want to meet you as soon as possible!

We do ask a few things up front.   Please do not bring side arms (concealed or open) to the Appleseed firing lines.   We ask that you leave them in your car.   Also, please leave your rifles in your car until your instructors ask you to retrieve them.   We appreciate your understanding and cooperation concerning these items.

You can find a list of WHAT TO BRING:   By clicking this link:  What to Bring  

Please understand that we shoot rain, snow or shine.  So be prepared for any sort of weather that you may encounter at your shoot location.

Within the  Appleseed Lobby   and the  Appleseed Welcome Center    you will find a wealth of information to help you better prepare and understand what to expect at your Appleseed Shoot.

If you can print and sign the RWVA Liability Release below, this will help speed up the registration process on the morning of your Appleseed Shoot.

Most of all!  Enjoy your Appleseed Shoot.   Your volunteer Instructors are there to help you learn, do not hesitate to ask them questions or to ask them to repeat a point of instruction, they are happiest when you learn the most.

Welcome to Appleseed and we look forward to shaking hands with another Appleseeder and future Rifleman.

(Modified to remove an obsolete Liability form.)

« Last Edit: January 05, 2012, 01:33:27 AM by artkat2 »
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