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So, at least for me, the usefulness of this book is contained entirely in the first 75 pages or so. The text covers wind problems and ways to sort through it, with an emphasis on deciphering wind and coaching shooters. I suspect that most readers of this book will be interested in learning how to "read" wind. The actual coaching aspects, while interesting, are somewhat less useful to most "shooters".
Having said that, I DO recommend this book. There is a lot of experience here. If you read carefully (and probably several times..) I think you will find many nuggets worth mining. I don't think it is necessarily the "answer" for someone trying to learn how to read the wind. I say this because I don't think any one person or method can be so unified or impactful so as to preclude further learning. I personally have found several good books on wind. This particular one is useful. is it the "best".?? Probably not, but I am happy to have discovered it and pleased to have it in my collection.
Four stars for a nicely written text that is understandable and useful. While mostly anecdotal, the experience of the author makes it a good read.
Editing could use a refresh, as there are a few grammatical and word-correct errors which break up the flow of the language. But overall, this reads as if you're sitting down for a cup of coffee at the range office and getting a personal primer on how to go out and pick up a few extra X's that day.
the wind tables I've tried work right on, so far, under the conditions I had.
I made photocopies of the ones I use, and keep them in the range bag
excellent guideline to learn what to look for when learning this craft.
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Wish some of the pictures had better resolution.