Marksmanship is best learned as a study; an intellectual process that enables the shooter to train for consistent results.  It is extremely difficult to teach a student concepts on the firing line, and yet most instructors spend very little time in the classroom. Law enforcement is the greatest offender of presenting poor continuing firearm education.  That is why so many officers consider qualification to be a matter of luck.

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  • After having discovered your book on Amazon, I discovered the existence of your blog & was overjoyed. I was surprised at the absence of any comments to your thoughtful as well as useful posts. I especially like your standard of measurement of a shooter’s marksmanship ability. It makes a lot of sense. I have just ordered your book from Paladin Press on July 3rd.