Episode-396- An Interview with Michael Adam of the Appleseed Project

Today Michale Adam of the Revolutionary War Veterans Association and the Appleseed project joins us to discuss being a rifleman and concepts like history, honor and duty.

Join us today as we discuss…

  • What are the RWVA and Appleseed
  • What is the difference between a rifleman and a guy with a rifle
  • Why is mastering a rifle important
  • Why is history a part of being a rifleman in America today
  • What can you expect at an Appleseed shoot
  • What are the favorite rifles of shooters at Appleseed events
  • How Appleseed ensures safety at their shoots
  • How can you become an Appleseed Instructor
  • What exactly is rifle mastery
  • How can you learn more about Appleseed

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5 Responses to Episode-396- An Interview with Michael Adam of the Appleseed Project

  1. spitstickler

    Great show, Jack. The similarities/mindset of the RWVA and TSP are many and I’m proud to be a member of both groups. Thanks for having Scout on as a guest.

    If you’re interested in Appleseed and M1 Garand check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIxkgD3wOrU

  2. Hey Jack, sorry for an off-topic post, but check this post on Lew Rockwell out:

    Writes John Wesley Rawles:

    I will be interviewed by George Noory tonight (Thursday, March 11th) at 10 p.m. Pacific Time on the Coast-to Coast AM show. The syndicated show is heard on more than 520 AM stations as well as XM/Sirius Channel 165. This interview will be about my book, How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It: Tactics, Techniques, and Technologies for Uncertain Times. The conversation is scheduled to be a two hours long, so we’ll be able to cover some preparedness topics in considerable detail.

    Thought you might be interested.

  3. Great show. Great interview. I want to go attend and bring a dozen friends along too!

  4. I think one of the real benefits of the shoots is quality of the safety instruction. The appleseed shoot is the safest I’ve ever felt on an outdoor range.

  5. Try to make it to one of the events on the April 17-18 weekend. All Appleseeds are great but we try to make this one special.