Author Topic: Wyoming IBC Jun 5-6 and RBC Jun 6-11  (Read 106 times)

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Wyoming IBC Jun 5-6 and RBC Jun 6-11
« on: May 19, 2021, 08:47:00 AM »
The Rifleman's Boot Camp (RBC) in Douglas is a tradition in Wyoming and a fantastic opportunity to really refine your shooting at not only 25m but also out to KD distances of 400 yds . . . and beyond! It's also the opportunity to spend a week with fellow Rifleman and those shooters still in the hunt for that patch.

The Instructor's Boot Camp is for every Appleseed volunteer of every hat color to come out and get better at supporting the mission. Come out and knock the rust off. Become a better instructor. Learn more about telling of our history and how to make events even more safe! The IBC is just two days and really is something each volunteer should try to do each year. Professionals are always looking to improve and this will be the most productive two day to improve. If you already have a hat or if you've been to an Appleseed and you're interested in volunteering, get out to the Douglas IBC.

The Shoot Boss for both events the year is Master Instructor Ghostring who'll be coming up from Texas. I've attended his IBCs before and they're outstanding! Let's fill up both of these events and make the Wyoming program even stronger!

See you all there!

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Re: Wyoming IBC Jun 5-6 and RBC Jun 6-11
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2021, 10:09:40 AM »
It will be an awesome time.  Unfortunately, I have commitments that will keep me from attending this year.  Last year was great, though.

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