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Offline Quinncannon

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Weekly 600 yard KD at Vets Shooting Center
« on: October 16, 2019, 08:30:33 PM »
What a great day for KD in north central Arkansas! Beautiful Fall weather is upon us and looks like it is here to stay!

I met some other Riflemen, for our weekly shoot, spirits were high and the spirit of liberty was in the air, huzzah!
We unlimbered our rifles in short order and put lead on target at 600 yards, excellent scores/groups were fired with our rifles and a good time was had by all, always a good time when in the company of liberty minded people!

Our group is slowly growing, along with the proficiency of sending rounds to the target. Proficiency with a rifle is a diminishing skill, so with that said....if you are in our AO and want to shoot 600, the regular KDAQT or even the reduced course, give us a shout, we'll likely saddle up and meet you at the range!

Quinncannon, out.
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Offline Charles McKinley

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Re: Weekly 600 yard KD at Vets Shooting Center
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2019, 10:34:03 PM »
If anyone is near Western Pennsylvania we can meet at Clinton-Irwin to shoot as well.  The dues are very low.
Last evening, it occurred to me that when a defender of Liberty is called home, their load lands upon the shoulders of the defenders left behind. Just as the Founders did their duty for Liberty, every subsequent generation must continue their work lest Liberty perish. As there is no way for the remaining adults to take on the work of those that die, we must pass the ideals and duties on to the children. -PHenery