Fred's "Guide to Becoming a Rifleman"
On the stage of world history, the man who can control everything in a radius of 500 yards or more is the man who will count.
Fred wrote the manual on becoming a rifleman, by mastering the AQT (Army Qualification Test). Having fired it hundreds of times, centerfire, both at the standard 25 meters (82 ft) and at actual distance (100 to 400 yards), he's happy to write the manual giving you all the tips for helping you master it, and in the process, starting on the journey to becoming a rifleman.
Since being a rifleman is more than being an expert marksman, you'll find those other aspects of being a rifleman are not neglected in the Guide. Read about the heritage of the rifleman, which begins right there, on April 19th, 1775 with the first shots of the revolution. (The only one that counts - the American one!)
Includes ten sets of the complete AQT (ten times up at bat!), plus all the other targets used in the Appleseed program: Six of the "sighter squares", six of the "Greencoats", and six of the "Redcoats".
A sure-fire way to get yourself started on a path you need to get started on!