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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael S. Hilton Apr 10, 2011. 1 Reply

Hello everyone... I just re-joined...  I had a different user name a few years ago and I have changed e-mail adresses since I was here last... Anyway, it is good to be back in the thick of things.  Continue

 

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Joseph Dean Phillips replied to Nor' Country's discussion Greetings from the Bear's Den in the group Alaska
"Hello!"
May 17, 2013
Andre Palinkas replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"I'd love to set up a school...  "
May 27, 2011
Liam S. replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"ah, see, you didn't list that one. :) Still, that would be a rough cartridge in the wind - better than the others (aside from 308) but still a relatively light bullet."
Apr 12, 2011
Semper Rogue replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"Nah. She did it with her husband's rifle, .270 Winchester with iron sights."
Apr 11, 2011
Liam S. replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"I'm guessing she hit it with the .308. Everything else in the wind would be a total crapshoot. 6mm has a nice flat trajectory, but those light bullets would be all over the place.    Sounds like a great time for all. Wish I could have…"
Apr 11, 2011
Semper Rogue replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"Alright Nor"Country. Marksmanship topics. My Dad, for many years, ran the hunter safety program in his area of northern Arizona. I used to come up for his field day and instruct his kids and adults on the various shooting position. At the time…"
Apr 11, 2011
Liam S. replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"I was never a coach/trainer, but worked with several when I did competitive distance shooting (Palma/F class) and position rifle.    Always good to share information and resources. "
Apr 11, 2011
Nor' Country replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"I used to be a small arms instructor for the Coast Guard.  Small arms being the M9, M16, Riot shotgun, M60 and the Browning .50 caliber.  Since I'm in Alaska, I also taught a bear defense course for the 375 H + H.  I…"
Apr 11, 2011
Semper Rogue replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"Yeah. Not lately but what do you need? NRA site has all the basics and it's just a matter of practice and on occasion the most accurate cartridge load."
Apr 10, 2011
Ernie Hopkins replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"The appleseed group referenced by Rob is a good start. I taught while in the military as well as serving on the  small bore competition team we had. A good range and a lot of practice are the best instructors. Learn a good comfortable sight…"
Apr 10, 2011
Rob replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"www.appleseedinfo.org   The Revolutionary War Veterans Association is all about teaching marksmanship and the history of the birth of our nation.  As an instructor, I've taught a bit of both - and I can say the program does an…"
Apr 10, 2011
Michael S. Hilton replied to Nor' Country's discussion Hello
"Hey, it's great to have you back!"
Apr 10, 2011
Shane replied to Nor' Country's discussion Marksmanship Training? in the group Riflemen
"As in being a certified instructor?"
Apr 10, 2011
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Marksmanship Training?

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