$150 for a 1 day Basic or Intermediate Patrol Rifle Course from Phalanx Defense in Dallas/Fort Worth area (original value $300)


Deal Overview
Phalanx Defense - Dallas/Fort Worth area

Basic Patrol Rifle Course - Students will receive instruction through practical application exercises. Course curriculum consist of marksmanship and range safety, nomenclature of the weapon, fundamentals of shooting, basic shooting positions, transitioning from shooting positions, and battle sight zero (BZO).
No pre-requisites for this course.

Intermediate Patrol Rifle Course - These courses of fire are progressive in nature in both intensity and aggressiveness. As the students' progress through our training regimen, they will build upon skill sets acquired from the previous course of fire.
Must have taken Basic Patrol Rifle Course twice or be LEO.

Fine Print

Expires 12/11/2013.
Not valid with other offers
Dallas/Fort Worth area
No limit per person
Valid through GEARHOG only
Customer must call or email Phalanx Defense with certificate code to book training date
The $150 deal value only covers the course and does not include rental gear or ammo

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Odd. A rifle is the least practical gun for defense. Unless you have a very very large yard and someone in the family is always keeping watch. But I think we call that kind of home a "compound".

Green for training, the best gun dollars you can spend.

$70 for two days


What is Project Appleseed?

Appleseed is a program that instructs Americans on the traditional rifle marksmanship skills that have been passed down from generation to generation, along with reconnecting today's Americans with the people and events of the Founding era. Participants are taught fundamental rifle marksmanship skills that are to allow a Rifleman to be accurate out to 500 yards, with iron sights, standard rifle and surplus ammo. This is the traditional 'Rifleman's Quarter mile', which is an uniquely American Rifleman skill, that has been part of this nation from the very first days.

Most of the instruction at an Appleseed is conducted at 25 meters, at reduced size targets to simulate 100 to 500 yards. This well proven technique allows us to concentrate on the shooter's mechanics and less time walking a range. At those locations that allow for actual distance shooting, participants are often able to see first hand that the skills that they learn at 25 meters directly apply to actual distances out to 500 yards. These foundational skills are not being passed on to future generations, and so Appleseeds are great for new or experienced shooters alike.

Why "Appleseed?"

"Appleseed" comes from Johnny Appleseed, the American folk hero who toured the country, planting appleseeds so that future generations would benefit. Project Appleseed is designed to ensure the next generations will the benefit of the same Liberties as the generations before them.

Why the "Nationwide Tour?"

The Appleseed Instructors will travel anywhere in the nation, bringing the proven Appleseed course, as a complete, self-contained package, to your range/club/farm, so that you and your neighbors can experience Appleseed in your back yard.

What's your real agenda?

We seek to do three things: teach marksmanship and respect for the tradition of such, and to preserve the knowledge of our Revolutionary War history. That's all we're about, plain and simple. We believe that if we teach it, it'll wake our fellow Americans...and an awake America is an America that cannot be defeated. We want freedom to ring strong. We want Lady Liberty to be safe.

Being a Rifleman means more than accurate shooting.

It means a love of liberty, a respect for our forefathers, and an acknowledgement of the debt of honor we owe to them. We believe this debt can never fully be paid back, but we believe that by keeping the faith and passing our teachings on it will certainly reflect our ability to pay what we can, and fulfill the obligation we have to future generations to pass on a nation that is as free as the one we inherited.

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