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What I've Still Got

One thing I’ve noticed is that skills carrying over from previous lives is not unusual in those who report having remembered another life.  I know someone, for example, who recalls a life as a pilot in WWII and has taken to the skies again in this life; I know someone else who was a doctor in the same era and is now in medical school. 839 more words

PRESS RELEASE: Florida Project Appleseed Rifle Marksmanship Clinics December-January


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Project Appleseed Rifle Marksmanship Clinics Offered Throughout Florida – December 2014 – January 2015

Project Appleseed is an activity of The Revolutionary War Veterans Association and dedicated to teaching every American our shared heritage and history as well as traditional rifle marksmanship skills. 451 more words


Adjusting for Windage

In the military a portion of our annual marksman qualifications involved firing an M-16 while wearing a gas mask. To negotiate this situation, one had to smush the facemask into the buttstock in order to align the dominant eye with the iron sights. 186 more words

Engaging Culture

Dry-fire, dry-fire, dry-fire...

I’m not a Master level shooter yet. I’m learning right along with everyone else. But I achieved “B” level in USPSA Production Division after only shooting a few months, mainly because of dry-firing – which means going through the motions of shooting without having any ammo in the gun. 441 more words


Air Rifle Practice: 12/1/14

I shot a Daisy 777 from the sitting position in Monday’s air rifle practice. I’ve been out of practice, but I’m quickly getting back into the hang of it!




I started playing Warlords on launch day – November 13th – during the day. I took my time with it. Regardless of my decision not to blow through the content, I didn’t have much of a choice anyway. 1,663 more words



Thanks for stopping by and checking out our blog! This site will be all about junior shooters, but specifically the awesome group of junior shooters we have at the Red Dawn Junior Marksmanship Academy and our own FAST! 182 more words