This is a discussion on A bunnified NRA day today! within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by rottkeeper Yep, hold it by the brim between the palm of your hands and roll the brim so it's not so straight. ...
Just roll it and let it stay in a coffee cup for a couple days. (For example check "Gibbs" on NCIS.)
OK I have a question.... I read the Women on Target on the NRA site but I'm not sure I understand how to go about getting started... What's the basic run down if you don't mind?
Careful guys. My aunt told my mom when she first got married to burn the first shirt she ironed so dad would never ask again.
You start with basic practical. (class)
Then pro-marksman and marksman, which can be done with paper plates (9" diameter)
Then you will need the NRA's D-1 or D-2 targets to complete the rest of the ranks.
All except "Distinguished Expert" are done on the honor system. Go to the range, follow the requirement guidelines, tally up your score, and if you pass, you can get the certificate and pin/patch from the NRA online.
To qualify as DE, you MUST have a current NRA member or an NRA instructor (with current ID number) witness your qualification. Then you send it in, and you get your certificate, etc, as an NRA Distinguished Expert. If you're a woman, again, you get to do it as part of the WOT program, and I think you get a photo published.
I have all the stuff written down in a notebook in my range bag. If you want, PM me and I can give you all the specifics.
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I was given that hat when I joined the NRA, and I wear it frequently!
I wear a hat every now and then, but usually not.
Anyway, to get rid of the flat brim I do the following:
Wet Brim with water
Place a can of Copenhagen inside brim
Keep can in place with rubberband
Set in sun to dry
Viola! You now have a rolled brim.
Perfect Curve Cap Care Kit
and its works great...
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