Do you want to learn the basics of pistol marksmanship? Not to worry though, for those of you who want instruction in technique it is here in abundance: in-depth discussion on the biomechanics of shooting, written by one of the best shooters in the world. But I promise you that the lessons that the author shared in the book we can relate also in the way we do our job, our own craft, even on how we live our lives. The rest of the other sections are already difficult for me to read because of many technical aspects on gun handling and shooting. The book is designed to give you the most powerful methods in easy-to-follow instructions. So here I am, a person who never held a gun reading a book on gun-shooting. Some basic tips and mental attitude is pretty much it. It was no longer a dull and boring subject.
This book helps you break down what you do and how to think about what you are doing. Most books on handgun marksmanship will tell you that truly high-level shooting really has very little to do with equipment and technique, and is 95 percent mental… and then spend 95 percent of the rest of the book talking about equipment and technique! You'll find a comprehensive set of exercises that will develop and sharpen your skills. You'll find a comprehensive set of exercises that will develop and sharpen your skills. 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. A very nice copy signed by author. Mind you, I have no desire to enter competition shooting at this time but if I did, this would be the book that I would want to learn from. As I am just starting shooting I was applying my previous knowledge of Tai Chi to try to find my best technique and I can see that it has already put me on the right track.
About this Item: Zediker, 1990. This book will show you ways to bring them out. Your life may depend on it. Do you shoot smallbore, hi power, or bullseye and want to get better? It kind of ran out of steam on the way to A class and while the skills are still relevant there isn't much help to be found for getting out of A class to master class. I've read this repeatedly and it served me very well going from D class to B class. This book will show you ways to bring them out.
By its very nature it can work for you or against you. He has analyzed what he's doing while he shoots, and breaks it down in great detail. I'm sure rereading the book will give even more insight. This book will show you ways to bring them out. So calm and relaxed, he could have just as easily been reading a book in the park.
Written by Brian Enos, a Masters Champion and two-time Bianchi Cup winner, Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals is often considered the competitive pistol shooters bible. It was as if the gun functioned it self along the targets, while I simply observed. I told my practice buddy that I wanted to try something new, not what I had been doing. Then it happened; while viewing Steel Challenge highlights I noticed a tall fellow step into the shooting box. My success as a shooter came from learning to see my own limitations, discovering why they existed, and then finding ways to break free of them. I have a pretty good background in ki and zen mind. Access codes may or may not work.
The true aim of a pistol is significantly effected by the very slightest movements, and your thoughts effect your movements. The best deal came by way of Amazon and I am extremely pleased with my purchase. The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. This book is not focused on how to stand or grip or move.
The proof will be in the experience. I don't plan to compete, but it's been satisfying to see how doing things the right way has improved my shooting so much so quickly. After going to Brian Enos' website and checking out the Amazon reviews, I have to agree; This is undoubtedly the best shooting book available! I found this one of the most interesting books on sports I've read, because it allows you to sit inside a world class athlete's head while he performs and hear how and why he does things the way he does, and what his mental processes are during it all. The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. Fellow shooters had highly recommended the book Practical Shooting and I started looking for a copy. The shooter who is always looking within himself to discover the limitless ability that is always there. 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.
Enos tells you shooting is 95 percent mental and then spends 95 percent of the rest of the book talking about mental states of consciousness. Do you shoot uspsa, ipsc, steel challenge or knock down steel and want to shoot faster better? 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 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. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. There is a certain amount of truth to that. Even if it takes you several months to get to where your freestyle platform is what you want, that just means that from that time forward you can devote your time to experiencing the shooting instead of working on your mechanics. Some people don't understand or appreciate the mental aspect of this sport and won't like this.
I really liked this book. The more I read and practiced the more I realized he is on to something in this book of his. The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. As an adjunct to my martial arts, I also read and studied how the mind works. This book will give you all the fundamentals of practical pistol shooting, but then it will show you ways you can take yourself far, far beyond them.