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Ohio (Corvette) / Re: Orwell Gun Club - Dec 29, 2018 - 22LR - KD
« Last post by goodoldfriend on Today at 05:21:27 PM »
I wish I could come to this one but I have to work. :(

I am sure I will get to one this year even if it is to work one in Wilmington.
Iowa (Twineagles) / Re: 2019 IBC instructor boot camp
« Last post by IXOYE on Today at 04:13:04 PM »
Right now any of those dates work for me.
North Carolina (Pain Killer and Yankee Doodle) / Re: Rimfire KD?
« Last post by PHenry on Today at 03:50:03 PM »
I've done it several times. with a 25M, a 22LR will drop about 4" at 100 yards. With a 100 yard zero, it will drop another 36" at 200 yards.
So in that spirit:
Misawa and Monkey reviewing the positions on Sunday morning.
Arizona (azmule) / Re: Arizona events in 2018
« Last post by wheelgunner on Today at 12:33:56 AM »
When does the 2019 schedule come out?
Friday night rain and weekend cold & wind wouldn't keep nine patriots away from developing their marksmanship skills and learning how marksmanship is woven into our shared cultural DNA.  Despite the weather, it was, by all accounts, a fantastic event!  Everybody showed strong improvement over the weekend, and all throughout, had fantastic attitudes!

Well done to Robi, who achieved Expert classification and earned the title of Rifleman!
Hat tip to Brian C., a frequent Appleseeder and friend of the program, who requalified as a Rifleman (with a completely different rifle and rifle figuration).

Lastly, thanks to our students who take time out of their busy lives to spend it folks like us.  We realize that your time is a precious commodity, and we're honored that you would spend that time with us, on the line and in the weather, than comfort and cozy on the couch, letting our liberties slip away.

We look forward to seeing you on the line again!
After Action Reports / Re: Piqua, Ohio November 3-4, 2018
« Last post by Octopus on Yesterday at 09:39:08 PM »
Shep put together a great Appleseed. A big thank you to all the instructors for all the time and attention they provided. I especially want to thank Rick for working with me. Through his patience and wisdom, I learned that the basic skills used when shooting with a scope, translate amazingly well to shooting with iron sights.
Ohio (Corvette) / Re: Newest Ohio Orange hat
« Last post by goodoldfriend on Yesterday at 09:19:30 PM »
Welcome to the instructor ranks!

Come pay us a visit in Wilmington next year.
A very BIG thank you to Steven and the topnotch Instructors at our Ladyseed shoot last Saturday!   Each one of you Instructors graciously assisted us with the challenging drills, gave us spot-on advice (especially with using slings) and the history lesson was mesmerizing! The entire day in the cold weather really made me appreciate what our forefathers and mothers had to endure to obtain freedom for our country.  :F  Our chapter of The Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapters sends our thanks and we will see you for more training!
After the 20 degree day on the 14th, the 16th was promising a beautiful day for shooting, so back to VETS for another good KD day! Shooting two different AR15's and getting my DOPE down for the book, I proceeded to ring steel at 300, 400 and 500 yards. Shooting just ol' ball ammo, you don't have to have match ammo for these targets!

We are usually at VETS once a week, if anyone wants some coaching on KD or even the reduced AQT, we will be glad to assist!
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