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Hey guys. I'm interested in getting some good instructional books, primarily for shooting but specifically for accuracy, trigger control, etc. I'm looking for some suggestions. If you can name one book that has taught you the most which would it be?
The best single book I've read has been Surgical Speed AShooting by Andy Stanford. Once you have that down cold, it's Brian Enos' Beyond Fundamentals.
For DVDs, it's undoubtedly Matt Burkett's series, especially lessons 1-4 (available as a set).
Anything by Suarez is worth a read.
"The Perfect Pistol Shot" by Albert League is pretty good.
Fyi, thread is 4 years old.
Welcome to the forum though.
If your site is dealing at all with defensive carry, I'd suggest these books:
The Law of Self Defense by Andrew F Branca
The Aftermath: Lessons in Self Defense: what to expect when the shooting stops by Jim Flemming
Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry by Massad Ayoob
Deadly force - Understanding your Right to Self Defense by Massad Ayoob
Gun Safety in the Home by Massad Ayoob
my favorite and the best book I read to help me shoot was Perfect pistol shot by al league(on amazon)
he has a blog called perfect pistol shot and is releasing a defensive series called practics
I also read masaad ayoob and likes andy sanfords book.
safe shooting to ya-- keep that finger off the trigger will ya?
front sight focus and a slow deliberate trigger pull are 2 of the best pieces of advice I have hgad