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Any good books to help a new shooter?

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Old 09-21-2008, 10:03 PM   #21
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Well, RentaCop beat me to every other URL on the Interweb, so all I have to offer is this:
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I just want to thank everyone for the helpful posts. This information has been great and its really getting me on my way.

Thanks everyone!
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For the historical value as much as anything:

Any good books to help a new shooter? - Training & Safety

Originally printed in 1938.

I can +1 on the following as well:

The Art of the Rifle. by Jeff Cooper

No Second Place Winner. by Bill Jordan

To Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth. by Jeff Cooper

Todd Jarrett is an excellent instructor and his video series recommended previously would probably be excellent, although I haven't seen them.
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