I mean really. How do you get better? Sure you can take classes and such and hope a professional instructor knows what they are doing and can take you to the next level, but that may not work. There are a plethora of DVDs out there. Some might even be good, and useful. These things cost money, of various volumes. If money was no object I'd take a tour of all the shooting schools I could find, asking for the One on One instruction.
Practice practice practice is another way. It's essentially the method I am pursuing. Of course, I'd prefer to do it 3 times a week, but that is expensive too. Even if I did go that often, how do I know I'm not just reinforcing bad habits?
You could luck out and have a buddy that is an expert firearms instructor and is eager to coach you for free. That'd be nice. It'd be nice if it rained jelly-beans over my house, too.
There is free tips on the internet, but I worry I may be getting what I pay for in a lot of situations.
I need instruction material recommendations. Books, DVDs, Classes, websites. Of the 4 people that regularly read this blawg, does anyone have any recommendations?
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