The Revere’s Riders Facebook page has surpassed a milestone: more than 1,000 followers and likes! Let’s start promoting our Twitter feed so we can get our following there up to the same level.

Labor Day Sale

From now through Labor Day, save 10% on your event ticket purchases using discount code “2018-labor-day-10”. We still have several great events coming up this year; you can find all the details on the “Find an Event” page. We hope to see you at a Revere’s Riders event soon!
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has long promoted August as National Shooting Sports Month; on August 1, 2018, President Donald J. Trump made it official. National Shooting Sports Month is designed to promote the importance of target shooting sports in American culture, firearms safety and support for conservation. Why not take this opportunity to attend a
In June, two Revere’s Riders instructors, Bradley Settle (“Slim”) and Kevin Fitz-Gerald (“Unbridled Liberty”), made a journey to Boston, Massachusetts. There they visited what has become known as Battle Road, where, on April 19, 1775, men and women who were previously British subjects took up arms and fought for Liberty. In the course of the Battles of
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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On this day, August 8th, 1754 in Philadelphia, PA, Joseph Greer was born. One of eleven children, his family would move to the frontier of Staunton, Virginia and later the Watauga River area of Tennessee. In 1769 Joseph, his father and brothers were among 40 men who would defend Fort Watauga from more than 300 Indians—he had just turned 15. During
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In his General Orders of August 7, 1782 issued from his headquarters in Newburgh, New York, George Washington decreed the creation of two Honorary Badges of Distinction and a Badge of Military Merit. Previous custom was to only present military honors to the high-ranking officers of victorious forces rather than honoring individual soldiers. Of the
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Jeannie Redicker (“Rayne”) and Kevin Fitzgerald (“Unbridled Liberty“) participated in the Smallbore Rifle matches at the 2018 Bluegrass State Games held in July. It was their  3rd and 4th straight years, respectively, at the  competition. For the 3rd straight year, Jeannie and Kevin swept the Smallbore event medals. Kevin’s results were: 1st—Overall Smallbore Three Position 2nd—Overall
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One of Revere’s Riders Indiana instructors, Jeannie (“Rayne”) Redicker, was the top woman in the “T” division at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) National Rimfire Sporter Match at Camp Perry, OH on July 22, 2018. The CMP Rimfire Sporter competition uses bolt-action, semi-auto, lever or even pump-action rifles chambered in .22LR. Rifles must weigh less
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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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