A Short History of the Black Hawk Rifle Club

UPDATE: The book can now be purchased at http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2301175

UPDATE: The book can now be purchased at http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2301175


pronematch.com is in the processes of finishing the layout on a new book written by Hap Rocketto and titled “A Short History of the Black Hawk Rifle Club-the First 75 Years.”

The book guides readers through the first three quarters of a century of one of the most prestigious smallbore rifle clubs in America…the Black Hawk Rifle Club.

A small quantity of books will be available at this year’s National Matches. Following Camp Perry, the book will be available for purchase online and shipped directly to your door.

About H

Dan started shooting competitive smallbore in 1986. During his Junior career, he earned two national junior team titles as well as local and regional wins. After a 10 year year hiatus to attend college and start a family, Dan returned to the sport and has added local, sectional and regional wins to his shooting resume. Dan is a Distinguished Rifleman, National Record Holder, U.S Dewar Team Member, Black Hawk Rifle Club Member, Digby Hand Schützenverein member, and is the founder of pronematch.com. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and 2 children.
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14 Responses to A Short History of the Black Hawk Rifle Club

  1. Tommy Steadman says:


    I’d like to purchase an autographed copy when they are available.


  2. Hap Rocketto says:


    We will have them at Perry. I will not only sign yours but also include a personal sentiment while waiving my usual exorbitant signing fee.

    The volume is cheap at twice the price.


  3. Joe Graf says:

    I am placing my order for a copy.

  4. Edie Fleeman says:

    I’ll take two, especially if Hap is waiving his signing fee. Dan — I know you’ve read the book and know how Mother Alice wanted “Black Hawk” to be two words … check your bio above 😉

  5. Dennis Lindenbaum says:

    I would like one in the coffee table version.
    Thanks – Dennis

  6. Hap Rocketto says:

    One size fits all so I hope you have a small coffee table.

  7. Don Lerner says:

    Hap, Me too. Don

  8. Rich Taber says:

    Hap, I will indeed procure a copy, as long as when you sign it, you don’t make references to livestock found on my farm 🙂

    • Hap says:

      I know there is no truth to the rumor that you date your livestock so there is nothing for me to say.

  9. Jim Hinkle says:

    I know a good copyright attorney if you need one. Actually, the one I know is great at taking other’s writings.

  10. Paul Benneche says:

    I’ll take a few copies, like to have a couple extra to give to juniors that need to be reminded about how “it used to be”.

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