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Old 02-25-2019, 10:29 AM
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Default Project Appleseed Sacramento March 30-31

Get ready!!!! Sacramento Valley Shooting Center March 30-31


https://appleseedinfo.org/schedule/?...ate=California

Project Appleseed is a non-profit organization that teaches 3 position riflemarksmanship (prone, seated/kneeling and standing). We teach you how to build a proper position, use of a sling for better accuracy, natural point of aim and more. This is great for all experience levels from beginner to advanced.

We also tell the story of the beginning of the Revolutionary War, April 19, 1775. We need to remember what those brave people went through that day, and the days/years to follow. This information is being lost in our schools.

Come join us!! Learn new skills. Dust off the rusty skills.
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Old 03-02-2019, 5:18 PM
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Still some room. come on out.
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Old 03-13-2019, 6:07 PM
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It's getting closer....Come join us for some fun!!
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Old 03-13-2019, 8:56 PM
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If youíve never done an AS shoot, you OWE it to yourself to attend one. Come for the shooting, stay for the history lessons. The program is fantastic.


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I was all excited to go until I tore my AC joint in my shoulder this weekend
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Old 03-13-2019, 9:23 PM
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I was all excited to go until I tore my AC joint in my shoulder this weekend
OH OUCH!!!!
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I was all excited to go until I tore my AC joint in my shoulder this weekend


Thatíll make slung up prone a bit difficult. Hereís to a speedy recovery!


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What are the start and stop times?
I would need to drive there and back each day.
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I think i'll do the next sacramento one. Do you still get patches for passing it?
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At some point, Iíd like to attend an event. Timing for this event doesnít work. When is the next Sacramento event?
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Old 03-18-2019, 9:13 PM
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Registration begins at 8am. We have to be done shooting by 430 pm and are usually off the range by 5 or slightly after that.


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Old 03-18-2019, 9:19 PM
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If you score 210 or better on the AQT then there is a patch that is awarded.

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Old 03-18-2019, 9:20 PM
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The next Sacramento Appleseed is April 13-14.

Check out the full schedule here: https://appleseedinfo.org/schedule/?...ate=California

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If you score 210 or better on the AQT then there is a patch that is awarded.

Sweet sounds like a good challenge.
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Then there is the Distinguished Rifleman....two strips awarded there one for scopes and one for iron sights.

Then if you feel up to a real challenge and a road trip, there are the Know Distance shoots (shoot targets at 100-400 yards) in Eagle Creek, OR.

Lots of fun to be had for all.



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Then there is the Distinguished Rifleman....two strips awarded there one for scopes and one for iron sights.

Then if you feel up to a real challenge and a road trip, there are the Know Distance shoots (shoot targets at 100-400 yards) in Eagle Creek, OR.

Lots of fun to be had for all.
i signed up for the April one yesterday. I know its going to be a real challenge. I fine if not passing the AQT on my first try. I probably won't. But i will try my best. I'll be shooting with just Iron Sights so yea its going to be a challenge for sure.
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See ya in a few weeks.

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i signed up for the April one yesterday. I know its going to be a real challenge. I fine if not passing the AQT on my first try. I probably won't. But i will try my best. I'll be shooting with just Iron Sights so yea its going to be a challenge for sure.
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