(BLACKFOOT) – A non-profit organization is teaching men, women, and children how to refine their shooting skills. Local News 8 reports that Project Appleseed was in Blackfoot over the weekend, helping people accurately fire rifles within 500 yards. A brainchild of the Revolutionary War Veterans Association, the group says they’re dedicated to passing on the heritage and history of traditional marksmanship. For more information about upcoming events, visit appleseedusa.org.
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