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Jake Woodcock, Nigel Downton and I recently made a long weekend trip down to the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park. The CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park sits on 500 acres of land and boasts a 600 yard rifle range with electronic targets at 200, 300 and 600 yards; a 100 yard rifle range with electronic targets; a
Revere’s Riders is proud to announce a partnership with John Viray of Adaptive Consulting and Training to offer Pistol 145 (Intro to Defensive Pistol) courses at Riley Conservation Club near Terre Haute, IN. John has extensive qualifications as a firearms instructor (NRA certified instructor in Basic Pistol, Personal Protection in the Home, Personal Protection outside

Annual Report: 2018 in Review

Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Two-thousand-eighteen has come to a close and it has been a year of both successes and challenges for Revere’s Riders. The statistics that I will present below do little justice to the hard work of our volunteers and instructors. What is not apparent in the 2018 statistics is
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2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

For 2019, Revere’s Riders has expanded it’s sponsorship offerings. We now offer the following additional sponsorship opportunities: Target Sponsorship With a Revere’s Riders Target Sponsorship, your organization’s logo and contact information is placed on the targets used at Revere’s Riders events. Our event participants often bring home one or more of their targets meaning that
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We have added several new titles to our list of suggested books: “The Men Who Lost America: British Leadership, the American Revolution, and the Fate of the Empire” by Andrew O’Shaughnessy “The Minute Men” by John R. Galvin “The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War” by J.L. Bell “Whirlwind: The American Revolution
In 1779, Kind Louis XVI of France donated the merchant ship Duc de Duras to the newly formed Continental Navy and she was placed under the command of John Paul Jones. She was renamed Bonhomme Richard as an homage to Benjamin Franklin (Ambassador to France and author of “Poor Richard’s Almanac”) and the generosity of
Revere’s Riders was happy to host Guy Relford at our Rifle 223 event at Lost Creek Conservation Club near Terre Haute, IN this past Saturday. Those in central Indiana may know Guy Relford from his weekly radio show, “The Gun Guy Show“, on WIBC 93.1 FM each Saturday from 5:00PM to 7:00PM. Guy is also
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The beginning of a new year is drawing near and many of us take this time to consider making a charitable donation to a worthy organization. Revere’ Riders sincerely hopes that you keep us, as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, in your plans. Donations to Revere’s Riders go towards supporting our mission of teaching marksmanship skills

AAR: Battle Road Staff Ride

In mid-November, two of our volunteers led a staff ride on the site of the “Battle Road” in Massachusetts.  A staff ride is a historical study of a campaign or battle that envisions a systematic study, an extensive field study phase on the actual historic site , and an integration phase to capture the lessons
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