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HIGH POWER BASICS


HANDLOADING FOR COMPETITION


COMPETITIVE SHOOTERS JOURNAL


HIGH POWER RIFLE [the series]


HIGH POWER RIFLE II


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HIGH POWER BASICS [and beyond]



I got the idea from some of my distributors who told me that they get a lot of calls for a book like this.

What I want to do in this book is save someone from the same mistakes most make starting out in High Power. (I feel immanently qualified to produce this manuscript because I have made every mistake imaginable...) It will have a good assessment of equipment with an emphasis on value: how not to spend the same dollar too many times. What is necessary, what is not, and when it matters which of that costs the most.

It will also provide what is (to date) the most complete analysis of High Power shooting technique put down on paper. Again, I don't claim to know the one perfect way to shoot a rifle, but I know enough things to try that someone is sure to get a boost. And on that: this book is all about finding your own way using road maps (sorry for the cliched weaknesses here) from folks who went before you.

There's also a great section on learning. This is an often overlooked esential in "getting better," but a person coming to grips with his motivations, personality, and impetus toward changing behaviors is probably as important to grasp as is any single bit of instruction in the mechanics of a sport. That's a long way around saying that it's what you do that counts, and so learning what to do is radically more necessary than stopping at only learning what to know.

Another strong emphasis in this book will be shooting across the course. Basic as that may seem, it's really the part that's been left out of most materials a new shooter might be reading. I'll get pretty far into preparing for an event (both before and after getting to the range) and send out a few good (so I found) tips on shooter conduct and focus geared to specific circumstances (including each separate match, weather conditions, and so on).

Release date: hopefully June 2002