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What are some of your recommended books?   I have "Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals" by Brian Enos on order and inquiring about any other suggestions.

 

Is there any other writings that are highly regarded for USPSA/IPSC akin to how "Longrange Shooting Handbook" by Ryan Cleckner is  PRS/NRL?

 

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I’ve also read “Thinking Practical Shooting” which I thought was excellent. I have Ben’s dryfire and skills/drills books. Both are great for that purpose. I have all 3 Steve Anderson books. I use refinement and repetition for dry fire drills but got a lot out of “get to work”. There are a lot of drills in there too but reading it gave me a new perspective of thinking about how to get more points per second.


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I have Brian's book. Also 3 books by Ben Stoeger - Practical Shooting, Skills & Drills, and Dry Fire Training. Ben's books do a great job of giving both live and dry fire drills along with goals it takes to make GM. I also have a book by Saul Kirsch - Perfect Practice, that does a real good job. All are recommended. I have the first dry fire book by Steve Anderson, but I like Ben's books better.

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1. Practical Shooting reload by Ben. 

2. Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals by Brian Enos. Call shots!

3. With winning in Mind.

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Ditto on the Ben Stoeger and Steve Anderson books. They have much valuable information. 

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Ben Stoegers dry and live fire books got me to GM. He really makes the goals seem achievable. Also, “with winning in mind” is a must. Gets your head right for not only practice, but game day. 

 

Steve Anderson is legit also. 

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