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    Junior Member NiceShootinTex's Avatar
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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?

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    Online is this series from the US Army Marksmanship Unit.

    CMP - First Shot Online!

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    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.

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    "The Perfect Pistol Shot" by Albert League is pretty good.

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    Fyi, thread is 4 years old.

    Welcome to the forum though.

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    Howy and welcome

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