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.
"There is only one person in the world who I would allow to talk to my students, and that is Brian Enos."
Rob Leatham, 15+ time National & World IPSC Champion
This isn't just another "how to fire a gun" book. This one talks about shooting....
The keys to consistent, high-speed shooting are within you right now. This book will show you ways to bring them out. 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. 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.
You'll find a comprehensive set of exercises that will develop and sharpen your skills. You'll see how it's possible to drive the gun to wherever your eye can look. You'll discover that everything you need to know about your technique is told by the gun, if you know how to listen to it. 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 also get inside tips on IPSC strategies, steel shooting, shoot off tactics, Bianchi, and more.
Customer ReviewsSee All
There's a lot of books out there on shooting fundamentals and this book is definitely beyond the fundamentals. I'm not involved in practical shooting, at least not competitively, but I'm always looking for something to make me a better shooter. This book provides a fresh perspective on shooting and transcends shooting at the same time. The lessons learned in this book can apply to shooting as well as to the rest of your life if focus and awareness are something you aspire to.
Book is great and for the new tech savy generation having it on an "I" device is even better. Only thing that is irrelevant is a small portion about guns at the end. 22 yrs ago however.