The Revolutionary War Veterans Associations (RWVA) Project Appleseed is a 501.c.3, non-profit, all volunteer organization incorporated in 2004. It is a history and heritage group that offers an outstanding marksmanship clinic. The focus is the events of April 19th 1775 and teaching the fundamentals of the "Rifleman's Quarter Mile".

It was started by some average American rifle owners who recognized the uniquely American skill of being a marksman, a master of his rifle, is slipping away in our culture today. Who understood marksmanship was not only unique as a traditional skill to America, but also instrumental in the founding and preservation of our nation. It was the "can do, will do" spirit of the early Americans which established this nation, and that same spirit which is needed to sustain this nation in the spirit of liberty won for us by our forebears. They understood the American Rifleman is a wonderfully unique American Tradition, which became a rich Heritage by being instrumental in preserving and establishing our nation. The spirit of the American Rifleman runs in the veins of each American, each American who chooses, can be a Revolutionary War Veteran...

The traditional "Rifleman's Quarter Mile" is the ability accurately shoot targets out to 500 yards - or more. Our Rifleman ancestors were capable of 250-yard head shots from the first days of the Revolutionary War, and with the arrival of smokeless powder, that skill was extended out to 500 yards. It's a uniquely American skill, something recognized by sharpshooters around the world throughout the last 230+ years of American History.