To deep dive into precision rifle and modern shooting techniques we recommend the following books.
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Precision Rifle Marksmanship
This book takes you from legendary shooter Frank Galli’s beginnings as a Marine scout sniper to his present-day job as a marksmanship instructor as he guides new shooters on their journey toward long-range shooting excellence.
Rimfire revolution is a must have for anyone looking to start shooting PR22, it covers everything from how rifles are made to what the top shooters are currently using.
Long Range Shooting Handbook
This is the preliminary book to help you understand fundamental concepts such as MOA vs Mils and external ballistics, that can be used like a trusted resource at the range.
Applied Ballistics for Long Range Shooting
Don’t be off put by the heavy title, this book takes the concepts of applied ballistics and explains them in everyday terms. You don’t need a science degree to understand it because it’s written to help out the average shooter.
The author Brian Litz, is an expert at long range shooting and makes the topics covered crystal clear. The book may be overwhelming to a complete beginner who hasn’t ever touched a firearms before, however each chapter does stand on its own which helps with understanding the topics.
This book balances technical and practical advice, ensuring the reader is not overwhelmed. This is great read in the best long range shooting books line up for understanding ballistic coefficients and what that means for caliber selection.
Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting: Volume II
Volume 2 of Modern Advancements in Long Range Shooting contains all new content on the research being done by Applied Ballistics. Author Bryan Litz along with contributing authors Nick Vitalbo and Cal Zant use the scientific method and careful testing to answer the important questions faced by long range shooters. In particular, this volume explores the subject of bullet dispersion including group convergence. Advanced hand-loading subjects are covered such as: bullet pointing and trimming, powder measurement, flash hole deburring, neck tension and fill ratio.