The Marksmanship Primer by Jim Casada
The Experts' Guide to Shooting Handguns and Rifles

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Synopsis

The Marksmanship Primer serves as a roadmap to greater shooting proficiency as well as greater enjoyment of the sport of shooting. Jim Casada, renowned outdoors author and editor, has brought together the best selections from America's great gun writers of yesterday and today. Marksmen of all levels of experience—beginners, pros, and hobbyists—can benefit from this collection of shooting wisdom.

Topics include:

Positions for Rifle and Handgun ShootingSighting InBallisticsRifle Marksmanship for the HunterAccuracy at All DistancesHunting with the HandgunPhysical and Mental Fitness for the Marksman

Achieving accuracy and a high degree of competence is an immediate joy; refining it through regular trips to the range or the field can provide a lifetime of pleasure. The Marksmanship Primer is the best book to seek hunting and target shooting knowledge.

 

About Jim Casada

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Jim Casada, the editor and compiler of this work, was a university history professor before taking early retirement to write full time on hunting, fishing, and other outdoor-related topics. He is senior editor of Sporting Classics magazine and a contributor for Outdoor Life, Cabela's Outfitter Journal, and American Rifleman. Casada is a past president of both the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association and the Outdoor Writers Association of America. He has written, edited, or contributed to more than thirty books, including Africa's Greatest Hunter (1998), The American Rifle (2005), and A Southern Sportsman (2010).
 
Published February 1, 2013 by Skyhorse Publishing. 480 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction