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Old January 18, 2001, 12:40 AM   #1
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I joined our local gun club's rifle match team.
I shot a 344 in a 4-position/ .22 cal./ indoor/ 50ft. match out of a posible 400. Some of the guys shoot 399, or 398, or so. I would like to improve and thought there would be some good books out there to help me. Any ideas?
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Old January 20, 2001, 06:58 AM   #2
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Well, yes...there are TWO books I'd recommend to ANYBODY who wants to improve their shooting...these are SO GOOD that much of what is covered is applicable to ALL the shooting disciplines!!!The books are: "Successful Shooting" by Pullum and Hanenkrat and "Position Rifle Shooting" by the same authors. Bill Pullum was, for years, the coach of the "International" rifle team at Ft. Benning, so...mikey357
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