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Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals, on Audiobook

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This is finally starting to happen. The (absolutely awesome) guy that got Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals on Kindle, has started work on the audible version.

New Audible Links, for:

USA

UK

France

Germany

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I voted for the ZIP d/l of MP3 this would give me the greatest flexibility on how I chose to consume the content. Anywhere and on any device.

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Who is doing the reading?

Morgan Freeman. And it will be the most dramatic shooting instruction you will ever hear.

Edited by PKT1106

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I def can't wait for this!!!! I find it hard to find any free time to sit down and read without children wanting to use my book as a coloring book. This will def help. Hope it will be in a format for something that could be played on a mobile device such as a cell phone

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On 12/16/2013 at 3:41 PM, benos said:

 

Very happy as I am an Audible fan, just downloaded it.

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I am curious... What do you guys think of the voice talent for the audiobook?

It was quite the selection process. The guy that did it for me listened to close to 50 voice talent sample readings of parts of the book. He narrowed that down to 6 guys, and sent them for me to check out. I listened to them all, by myself, and easily picked my favorite. Then I had Candis do the same thing, then Michele, then BigJoni. We all four picked the same guy, each on our own.

The VT then submitted samples of the beginning 10 minutes of each chapter. I sent back a few suggestions on tone and delivery, and his corrections were spot on, so we finished it up.

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First of all, thanks for the audio book. I have wanted to read this for a while and I don’t know if I would have gotten around to it in printed form.

Second, the narrator did a good job on this book. He gave the right amount of inflection and made it seem as if he had experienced the subject matter first hand.

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