Those that have attended a Revere’s Riders event will know we ask every participant to fill out an online post-event survey. The survey submissions don’t go into a black hole, never to be seen again; we actually look at them and tailor our future programs and events according to the survey responses. “Offerings in new
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Did our post on “Women Heroes of the American Revolution” being added to our online store pique your interest in how ladies assisted the men during the Revolutionary War? If so, here is another excellent book: “The Women of the American Revolution” written by Elizabeth F. Ellet. Less than 100 years after the war ended,

Pauly Breechloading Shotgun

Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons has just posted a very interesting video on a Pauly Breechloading Shotgun that is available at Morphy’s April 2019 auction. This firearm was the first to utilize a fully self-contained cartridge consisting of a primer, case and cartridge and it was remarkably similar to the cartridges of today. In 1812!
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Do you believe it was just the men that fought in the Revolutionary War? Well, think again. Several colonial women took up arms to fight against the British in the Revolutionary War or otherwise assisted the cause. Women Heroes of the American Revolution tells the story of 20 courageous women who didn’t stand idly by while
From one of the participants at our March 16 Rifle 125 (Basic Rifle) at the Lower Providence Rod and Gun Club in Audubon, PA: Patient, outstandingly helpful. Really was a phenomenal day for me and my son. Thank you for taking the time to provide this.
From one of the participants at our February 23-24 Rifle 223 (Carbine) event at the Bedford Contingent in Bedford, IN: This weekend was eye opening, incredibly informative and a freaking BLAST!! Really appreciated all the hard work that the RR team put into the course.