What to Bring to a Project Appleseed™ Event
This list was compiled from the experiences of past Appleseed attendees. It includes those things that did or would have made their experience more enjoyable. Keep in mind that not all items are absolutely necessary.
Download a checklist which you can print and use.
** Very important things
Here is a “Lessons Learned” brief written by a first-time Appleseed attendee that may provide more insight about your upcoming experience.
** Due to a gun industry safety bulletin, .17HMR semi-autos are not recommended.
** Effective immediately the use of Smith and Wesson M&P 15/22’S at and Appleseed are hereby temporarily prohibited due to recent safety issues.
This attendee was kind enough to share some of the lessons that he learned at his first Appleseed event. Pleas read the following so that you can avoid some common difficulties.
“None of what you will read was the fault of Appleseed or it’s staff; it was strictly self-inflicted and I hope by telling you my mistakes that you can avoid them when you start attending Appleseeds.”
Here We Go….
Well, that is how to stay a cook in a few easy lessons. I truly hope you can learn from my mistakes and go on to earn the rifleman badge. If you learn and practice the Appleseed methods, you’ll be amazed at how good a shot you’ll become. I saw it happen to other shooters over the weekend and it can happen to you.