At most of the Indiana Revere’s Riders events, the last point of instruction is nearly always a short lesson on “known distance” and adjusting your sights. The trajectory of a bullet after it leaves the rifle barrel is explained along with the concept of a “near zero” and “far zero”. Before everyone’s eyes glaze over,
Several historic events for Revere’s Riders as an organization occurred on August 4th, 2018: the first Battle Road Biathlon℠ (combined athletic/shooting event), the first event at Kentucky’s newest venue, a private farm near Willisburg, KY, and the debut appearance of our new reactive target system. Battle Road Biathlon is the creation of our own Kevin (“Unbridled Liberty”)
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In spite of the heat and humidity, we had 13 shooters on the line to test their pistol and rifle marksmanship in adverse conditions. A&A Optics graciously hosted this event at their private range near Richmond, IN. In addition, Patriot Concealment Systems was on-hand to introduce everyone to their company and holster line as well
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Last week we wrote an after action report for a recent Patriot’s Day event.  We wanted to share some student feedback from the post-event surveys: “Excellent class! I would highly recommend this to anyone who really would like to sharpen their rifle shooting skills.” “This was an awesome course for beginners. Each volunteer was extremely
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On this day in 1775, Paul Revere’s famous ride set into action the start of the American Revolutionary war.  Throughout the month of April, Revere’s Riders has been celebrating this event with clinics that connect Americans to our shared heritage.  Check out an event coming near you soon, or continue reading for an AAR of

Annual Report: 2017 in Review

Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Thank you for your generous support of Revere’s Riders over the past year. Your generous efforts have truly furthered our vision of “Every American Choosing Liberty, Every Day.” As we spend time with friends and family over the holidays, I wanted to briefly reflect on what Revere’s Riders
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The weather was PHENOMENAL again this year for our December Rifle 125 event in Nashville, IN at the Hoosier Hills Rifle and Pistol Club. We had 11 men, women and children on Saturday and 7 on Sunday; husbands, wives, sons and daughters all enjoyed improving their marksmanship and hearing the historic events of April 19,
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This November we had our inaugural basic pistol event in Las Vegas, NV!  We had a sold-out line with a dozen students.  We began very deliberately by establishing a solid grip and stance with a focus on the modified isosceles.  Due to the needs of some shooters, we covered one handed shooting as well.  Next,
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The sun rose on a crisp fall weekend at the famous Bedford Contingent in Southern Indiana recently for a great weekend of carbine skills, history and civic engagement!  Right from the get go it was clear that Hoosiers know a few things about “hits count.”  Our warmup exercise went well with lots of folks hitting
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Huzzah!  What a great weekend at the Clark County Shooting Complex.  Last month, we had a packed line of students ready to learn about rifle marksmanship, American history and civic engagement.  Saturday began with an overview of basic rifle fundamentals. We then welcomed two of our newest volunteers, Afsheen and Michael, who did a great
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