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LP, no offense taken. Having, and being able to express, ones own opinion is something we can also thank our forefathers for.

 

Only thing I might add is:

If you can consistently hit a one (1") inch square at 100 yards from a steady-hold position (standing, sitting/kneeling or prone) with a rack-grade rifle, then you ARE a marksman and you don't need what an Appleseed shoot might teach you. Other than, perhaps, "the rest of the history" that they did not teach us  those 45 (or a bit further back in my case) years ago.

 

Happy and accurate shooting in any case, maybe we'll meet on a range somewhere,

Celticroots

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Thanx, Loon and Celtic, looking forward to meeting you.

 

From everything I've read, IMO Appleseed is well worth the modest cost. There's a lot that wasn't taught in public school even 45 years ago. Yes I was there then...

 

As to marksmanship, I need all the help I can get... :)

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LP, no offense taken. Having, and being able to express, ones own opinion is something we can also thank our forefathers for.

 

Only thing I might add is:

If you can consistently hit a one (1") inch square at 100 yards from a steady-hold position (standing, sitting/kneeling or prone) with a rack-grade rifle, then you ARE a marksman and you don't need what an Appleseed shoot might teach you. Other than, perhaps, "the rest of the history" that they did not teach us  those 45 (or a bit further back in my case) years ago.

 

Happy and accurate shooting in any case, maybe we'll meet on a range somewhere,

Celticroots

 

Thanks,

 

I've already been shooting Mid-range F-Class for years 300, 500 and 600 yds.along with BR, Silhouette (pistol and rifle) out to 200 yds. The only rack grade rifles I use anymore are an old Springfield '03 and a Garand and other than shooting the Garand in the occasional match I shoot both of those mid-range at 600 yds.

 

I do spend a lot of time helping people out at no cost to them especially with safety related learning.

 

Lp

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