Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals

Author: Brian Enos

Publisher: Loose Cannon


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 225

View: 318

Brian Enos's Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals - often considered the competitive shooters bible - includes in-depth coverage of the technical and mental aspects of training and competition, and will offer new insights as you continue to improve. "There is only one person in the world who I would allow to talk to my students, and that is Brian Enos." Rob Leatham, 15+ time National & World IPSC Champion. This isn't just another "how to fire a gun" book. This one talks about shooting.... The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. This book will show you ways to bring them out. Through Brian's advice, you'll learn how to recognize and break down the barriers that are limiting your performance—you may begin to look at shooting in an entirely different way. You'll learn to pressure-proof your match performance, how different types of shooting require different focal points, and you'll see how to develop an attitude that will let you reach beyond what you thought was your potential. You'll find a comprehensive set of exercises that will develop and sharpen your skills. You'll see how it's possible to drive the gun to wherever your eye can look. You'll discover that everything you need to know about your technique is told by the gun, if you know how to listen to it. And all the challenges and advanced techniques of practical shooting are covered too: prone, barricade, single-hand shooting, multiple targets, reloading, shooting on the move, and much more. You'll also get inside tips on IPSC strategies, steel shooting, shootoff tactics, Bianchi, and more. Chapters include: - Awareness & Focus - Tools of Shooting - Creative Shooting - Specific Challenges - Competition - Development - Shooting Tools - Revolver Shooting - Group Shooting

Practical Shooting Scene Investigation

The Investigation and Reconstruction of Crime Scenes Involving Gunfire

Author: Dean Garrison

Publisher: Universal-Publishers


Category: Law

Page: 192

View: 754

Early in the investigation of a shooting incident, proper crime scene work is critical to the final outcome. Whether the shooting is ruled to be an accident, a homicide, or suicide often depends heavily on the initial on-scene work-up. What photographs and which measurements will one need to thoroughly reconstruct the event? What information, if any, can be learned from the physical evidence and surrounding objects in a shooting crime? Beginning with the basic tools and terminology, the book explains what a crime scene investigator needs to look for and document in the quest for the truth.

Handbook on Small Bore Rifle Shooting - Equipment, Marksmanship, Target Shooting, Practical Shooting, Rifle Ranges, Rifle Clubs

Author: Townsend Whelen

Publisher: Read Books Ltd


Category: History

Page: 78

View: 495

A guide for all people wishing to handle a gun correctly. Chapters include equipment, marksmanship, target shooting, practical shooting, rifle ranges and joining a rifle club. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


Tactical Application of Practical Shooting: Recognize the Void in Your Tactical Training

Author: Patrick McNamara

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 168

View: 372

Recognize the void in your tactical training Train like you fight Maintain safety at all times Choose targets that force accountability Develop a series of standards Patrick McNamara spent twenty-two years in the United States Army in a myriad of special operations units. When he worked in the premier special missions unit, he became an impeccable marksman, shooting with accurate, lethal results and tactical effectiveness. McNamara has trained tactical applications of shooting to people of all levels of marksmanship, from varsity level soldiers, U.S. Secret Service agents and police officers who work the streets to civilians with little to no time behind the trigger. His military experience quickly taught him that there is more to tactical marksmanship than merely squeezing the trigger. Utilizing his years of experience, McNamara developed a training methodology that is safe, effective and combat relevant and encourages a continuous thought process. This methodology teaches how to maintain safety at all times and choose targets that force accountability, as well as provides courses covering several categories, including individual, collective, on line and standards. TAPS: Tactical Application of Practical Shooting: Recognize the void in your tactical training will increase the confidence and efficiency in your shooting by providing training tips and courses of fire to help you significantly improve your marksmanship. Utilize his tips and techniques and reap the benefits as you shoot.

Pistol Shooting Sports

A Beginner's Guide to Practical Shooting Competition

Author: Ken Adcock





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Pistol Shooting Sports is a comprehensive guide for firearms enthusiasts of all levels and skills. The book and its companion website,, are the best resources to get you started in practical shooting competitions. The competencies learned in Pistol Shooting Sports translate to better competitive performances, gun handling skills, and firearm safety awareness. You will learn how to experience the fun of organized competition, get started with the firearm you already own or want to purchase. Learn how to master pistol marksmanship fundamentals, follow range commands and safety rules, and select the right equipment for the divisions you want to compete in. Know what to expect during a match, become a fearless competitor at Steel Challenge and USPSA matches, measure your performance, improve your skills, enjoy shooting sports, and get involved in events and competitions in your area.Competition is a great way to learn, build, and improve your skills with any firearm. The book is designed to help you hit the ground running with the right tools and information so you can enjoy the game as you sharpen your skills. This resource is for you if you want to save time, money, and learn more about improving your shooting skills. The pistol shooting sports are a great way to get out there and have some organized fun in the company of others while you learn.

American Hunting Rifles

Their Application in the Field for Practical Shooting

Author: Craig Boddington

Publisher: Safari Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 446

View: 825

This book covers all the hunting rifles and calibers needed for North America's diverse game. Concisely written, it covers a wide variety of game, and is an excellent guide for all hunters.

Practical Shooting

Essays on Shooting, Tactics and Training from a Grandmaster

Author: Ron Avery




Page: 287

View: 180

─Knowing what to do is good. Knowing why you do it is priceless. This is a book aimed at the adult learner who is unsatisfied with approaches to learning that rely on either the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) method or on appeals to authority ("Because I say so"). In the words of the author: "In principle-based learning, the focus is on presenting the principles involved, with the trainer facilitating the training. Students are encouraged to ask questions and to try different options to determine what works best for them." "One of the tenets of training that I believe is the concept of allowing the student to discover things on his own whenever possible. I am a strong believer in the philosophy of not only teaching strong principles and techniques, but also teaching students to become self-aware of what they are doing and how they are doing it. Along with that is learning to analyze their performance of the skill and explore alternative ideas to find the best way for each individual." In a series of thought provoking articles, Ron Avery shares his insights on diverse topics such as: How to shoot handguns at the highest levels of skill How to be prepared for any lethal force encounter Why recipe-based training fails to provide significant improvement What actually works to overcome the flinch response Training methods that increase mastery and speed without compromising accuracy How to design your own drills This is a rare glimpse into the mind of a true innovator in the use of force.

Practical Long Range Shooting

Long Range Shooting Skills For The Practical Shooter

Author: Jeremy Geurtjens

Publisher: Skill At Arms Limited


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 539

View: 336

Do you want to improve your ability to shoot long range? If so, you should definitely add this book to your collection. This book was written to help “practical” shooters to improve their “long game” by educating them as to what actually matters “downrange” and teaches the skills necessary to achieve success at extended ranges. The book is written in a “conversational” tone so as to keep things simple and to ensure that it is easy to follow and understand. If you understand and implement the concepts and training advice given in this book, you will: •Improve your long-range shooting skills i.e., your hit probability… •Improve your ability to “read” the wind and adjust for it… •Know how to estimate range using multiple methods… •Know how to set up your rifle “system” up correctly to ensure long-range success… •Know how to select the right equipment to achieve success at long-range… •Know how to develop leads for moving targets… •Know how to account for shooting uphill/downhill… •You will have a deeper knowledge of the required skill set and be able to pass the information on to friends, family, or future generations… These are just SOME of the things that you will learn. This book also includes some basic tips and advice based on the author’s years of experience as a full-time Counter Terrorism Operator and Sniper. If you are an experienced shooter, this guide will be a resource covering the principles and theory of long-range shooting.

Practical Shooting Training Log

Training Logbook for Competitive Practical Shooting

Author: James Hunter




Page: 106

View: 543

This shooting training log contains over 100 pages. Track your shooting progress with this training log!

I'Am a Nurse I'd Rather Be Playing Practical Shooting

Unicorn Gift for Nurse Practical Shooting Player/ Athletes Gift, Practical Shooting Lovers Notebook

Author: Jimmy Notes Publishing




Page: 110

View: 305

This notebook is perfect for Nurse who loves unicorn and plays the sport beautiful for all ages that love writing and would make a great idea for Christmas, birthday, graduation, or back to school gifts., show your love of your favorite sport and let your creativity flow with this simple and fun notebook, is the perfect size to travel with, so there is no need to be without it when inspiration strikes. Features of this book include Matte finish 110 pages 2 page to write your information 6x9 in. (15x23 cm.), perfect to carry everywhere.

Practical Shooting Training Journal

Dramatic Improvement for IPSC, USPSA and IDPA

Author: T. N. T. Books




Page: 155

View: 362

Dry Fire (and live fire) practical shooting training is known to dramatically improve performance. By committing to regular practice you can reach any level you choose, be it Master Grade or even Grand Master. This training journal runs over 150 pages (A5 size) that is easy to carry and take to the range with you. Each section starts with an area for you to write out the drill name, stage start, stage scoring and stage sketch. The following page provides ample space to fill out your results - Date, Division, Dry fire/Live Fire and Time and/or Par. A Famous management thinker, Peter Drucker said, "If you can't measure it, you can't improve it." You can't know whether you are successful or not unless success is defined and tracked. Without clear objectives, you're stuck in a constant state of guessing. This Journal will help you measure your current level of skill and then improve it.

The Practical Pistol Manual

How to Use a Handgun for Self-Defense

Author: Bill Clede

Publisher: Jameson Books (IL)


Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 79

View: 530

Since more than 26 states have passed laws requiring training for concealed carrying of firearms, citizens and police have a duty to teach the safe and responsible use of the weapons. In eight other states that permit concealed carry with no training required, men and women have a moral obligation to learn how to carry and use their firearms safely and responsibly. This handy little book contains everything a novice gun owner needs to know to start learning the basics of competent and safe pistol use, as well as the essentials of using a gun in a potentially violent confrontation with a criminal. It is an ideal textbook for state courses required for concealed carry permits. While there are many excellent books on handguns, marksmanship and self defense, all are designed for those who want to be expert in those subjects. There are no other books which address the specific concerns of someone who simply wants to carry a concealed firearm safely and responsibly until now. Bill Clede serves on the Connecticut State Police Firearms Advisory Committee which determines what training in his state will and will not include. A fruitless search for a suitable text is what prompted him to develop this book. One of Clede's primary goals is teaching how to avoid discharging the firearm in the first place, defusing aggressive behavior without resorting to shooting someone. The Practical Pistol Manual brings all these concerns together -- safety, competent shooting, and how to deal with violent behavior -- in one concise and affordable book. This is the only book that fills the need of a text for novices that covers safety, competent shooting, and how to deal with potentially violentencounters.

Breakthrough Marksmanship: The Tools of Practical Shooting

Author: Ben Stoeger

Publisher: Independently Published


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 118

View: 880

I have been teaching Practical Shooting for more than a decade. Watching thousands of students fire millions of rounds over the years has taught me quite a lot about shooting. It also taught me how individuals process and obtain an understanding of shooting. I have seen students repeatedly shoot the same patterns over and over again, and I've realized the same drills highlighted the same mistakes. Over time, it has become easy for me to spot these patterns. The difficulty was making the student see and understand what I saw. However, when the student would experience an understanding, they had a breakthrough in their shooting.Over time, I modified drills and created new ones, to highlight the patterns I was seeing so that students would understand what they were doing wrong and comprehend how to fix it. This book is the product of that refinement. It contains a simple set of ideas, techniques, and drills; distilled down to an uncomplicated form. By developing your understanding of the concepts contained in this book, you can achieve your own breakthrough.