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Yet, the book is very well written and does have useful material.
If you are shooter or even if you are just starting this book is a great presentation of shooting basics which will help you regardless of your ability level.
This book does a good job of teaching the other aspects of shooting such as grip, aiming, trigger control, etc.
As a former Marine, ha! Are there any? This book is essential for anyone that wishes to shoot and shoot for survival. Read morePublished 12 days ago by justin timberman
Great for the beginner, good for intermediate. Lots of good tips, but nothing beats form and practicePublished 1 month ago by Brett Larkins
This book gives a high level overview of the fundamentals and what it means to balance speed and accuracy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dewey
Good book. I like it. It's pretty straight forward . Well written and i like the author , he knows his stuff.Published 6 months ago by Daniel
at first I thought hey, this is not all that new of a concept, as I have been through professional gun fighting schools, but then I looked at the copy right date of 2001 and I... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bob E Long, Pistol Instructor, Freedom Ranch Pistol Academy, Bristow, OK ccw-ok
Outstanding instruction for beginner to intermediate shooters. Purchased several copies for family members. Great for any shooter's library. A must have!Published 7 months ago by Kevin M Fox
This was a good practical read with only the minimum of chest thumping swagger. I found particularly helpful the section on the relative merits of the isosceles over the Weaver... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anthony
Just finished reading it and have put nothing I learned into practice at the range. Not sure how much I can or will want to include in my shooting regimen (some of my systems are... Read morePublished 7 months ago by fullcaseload
Realistically you can't learn to shoot by reading a book. But if you could, this would be the book to read. And it's a must-read before attending any hands-on training course. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Allan M. Lees