Events

Project Appleseed History, Heritage, and Rifle Marksmanship Clinic

April 21, 2018 - April 22, 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10700 Gateway East, El Paso, TX 79927

Venue:
EPCC Law Enforcement Training Academy at Mission Del Paso Campus
Admission:
General Admission: $60/weekend. Youth, Disabled, Active Military, Guard, Reserves, Law Enforcement (all branches), Elected Officials: $20/weekend. Sign up to participate in an event by locating it on our website and following the links available. If you wish to sign up by mail, please email us for instructions.
Website:
www.appleseedusa.org
Website:
www.appleseedinfo.org
Contact Name:
Jim Delahanty, Texas State Coordinator, Project Appleseed
Contact E-mail Address:
tx@appleseedinfo.org
Contact Phone Number:
713-545-9327

Project Appleseed will hold FOUR rifle marksmanship events in El Paso in 2018! They will take place on February 24-25, April 21-22, July 21-22, and October 20-21 at the EPCC Law Enforcement Training Academy range. This unique event teaches fundamental rifle marksmanship skills together with stories about the important role that marksmanship played during the Revolutionary War.

The two-day event will include instruction on gun safety, proper marksmanship techniques and live fire practice. Students will also have the opportunity to earn the coveted Rifleman patch by shooting a qualifying score on the Appleseed Qualification Test (AQT).

In addition to expert marksmanship instruction, students will hear historical storytellers passionately share the Three Strikes of the Match, a series of three pivotal events that ignited the Revolutionary War on April 19, 1775.

Project Appleseed events are suitable for both new and experienced shooters. Families are welcome.

Absolutely NO current politics are discussed by Project Appleseed staff and volunteers. For more information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our official website at www.appleseedusa.org

About Project Appleseed: An initiative of the 501 (c) 3 nonprofit Revolutionary War Veterans Association, Project Appleseed focuses on teaching traditional, fundamental rifle marksmanship skills while reconnecting Americans of all ages and backgrounds to the people and events of the founding of our country. Participants learn about the difficult choices, heroic actions, and sacrifices that the Founders made on their behalf in order to secure our nation’s independence and freedom. Project Appleseed is served by more than 650 volunteers and has taught more than 70,000 people in all 50 states since 2006.


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