Author Topic: AAR: Lewiston ID June 1 & 2 2013  (Read 1127 times)

Offline Rizzin

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AAR: Lewiston ID June 1 & 2 2013
« on: June 03, 2013, 11:41:54 PM »
This was both a great Appleseed and a sad little Appleseed. Sad because so few people came, but those that did had a wonderful time.

Saturday we had 1 shooter get happily dragged along by his son one of the instructors and he became the center of attention of 3 instructors so he got more then the usual dose of the info firehose treatment and went home excited but with an overdose of instruction and looking forward to another Appleseed to attend.

Sunday we had a complete change out in shooters and with 2 instructors and 2 shooters they got plenty of individual instruction. This best evidenced that 4 people all shot riflemen scores. Thats right both shooters AND both instructors all shot riflemen score AQTs with our repeat riflemen, Kyle, taking on an Orange Hat and our Blue Hat Armed & Hormonal taking an Orange hat in addition to the Blue hat she took at her FIRST Appleseed.   ^:)^  ^:)^

And now for the pictures (because it DID happen!)

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Offline Roland

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Re: AAR: Lewiston ID June 1 & 2 2013
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2013, 02:47:58 PM »
Congratulations to both Kyle and Emily on their orange hats!

Emily, it's great to see you finally shoot Rifleman! Persistence does indeed pay off, and all of the instructors that have taught you know that you well deserve that patch.

Kyle, I have this vague recollection of a guy who at the last CDA shoot, when asked if we would be interested in an orange hat, said something along the lines of "nope Nope NOPE, never gonna happen". Nice to know some things change!  ;D

Also, what's up with some of the rifles on the line? Some really cool and unusual stuff, from what I can see...

Roland, over and out.
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