Let me be one to say that the Salt River Rifles and guys associated with them through SCAR are definitely not perfect by any means, nor do I wish to imply that they (we) are. I'll be the second, or third or fourth guy to tell you that there is definitely room for improvement in just about everyone there. For some its kit, for some its impression knowledge, some its drill, others physical appearance, but the common factor that makes them decent is the willingness to fix whats broken, to tweak some things to make them better, and the attitude to try harder and get just a little closer to what history shows and tells us what really happened. I don't want folks on here reading that the SRR or SCAR are absolutely perfect - we are far from it. Attitude and willingness to change and learn set these boys apart. I'm not calling anyone out to say if you're not with Jim you're wrong, by any means. I'm merely suggesting to check them out if you get the chance and if you want to go to some history-heavy events, you've got a place to check it out from.