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Champion Shooting: Guaranteed Results in 15 Minutes a Day, Vol. 2 Paperback – December 31, 2012
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About the Author
Ben Stoeger has been shooting competitively since 2005. He has constantly worked towards mastery of the pistol for years. Ben has been competing at the USPSA Nationals since 2007 and was a member of the United States Production World Team at the World Championships in Rhodes, Greece. He has been teaching formal competition classes since 2008 and continues to improve his curriculum and methods. As of this writing, he is the 2 time and reigning U.S. Production National Champion. Jay Hirshberg founded several companies during his professional career in business. He is the co-author of several software patents and is an experienced CEO and former Management Consultant. He has academic degrees from Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he is a frequent lecturer. Jay rose from a 14% D class Open Shooter in 2009 to a Master in 2012 and the journey continues. In 2012, he participated in over 20 Level III tournaments.
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But if you do commit, even partially to the lifestyle, you will get better. Dramatically. Just the initial White Wall Marksmanship Fundamentals, if done faithfully, will make the typical shooter/competitor significantly better than before.
The authors do what's in the book. You can too, and it's up to you how much you want to invest and how much better you want to be.
These two books are what I give my promising students now. It's up to them to offer the commitment the book seeks.
What I really liked is that this isn't just a list of USPSA classifiers with tables so you can chart your performance over time. In fact, Stoeger gives a very strong rationale for why tracking your times on the drills isn't helpful. While tracking performance may not be the goal, Stoeger does provide performance benchmarks, and more importantly, a method for ensuring that your skills translate to live fire.
He says very plainly - and after practicing the drills I can see that it's true - that the approach laid out in the book is what took him from a very good shooter to the best Production competitor in the country. If you want to take your practice sessions to the next level, this is the book to buy.
Good instructions on how to adjust expectations and speed to YOUR actual level....and get better.
Will be used. Will give results through better training.
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Hopefully not the last book of the series