"Advanced Tactical Marksmanship: More High-Performance Techniques for Police, Military and Practical Shooters" Book by Dave Lauck
Publisher: Paladin Press
Date of Publication: July 2002
Number of Pages: 232
From the publisher:
When Lauck wrote The Tactical Marksman in 1996, serious shooters around the world took notice of its solid how-to information and insightful examination of the state of marksmanship. It quickly became a sought-after training manual for police, military and civilian marksmen alike. Now Lauck, one of the most respected names in high-performance shooting and gunsmithing, refines and updates that information. Dispensing with overcomplicated mil-dot formulas and minute-of-angle calculations, Lauck shows you how to achieve superior accuracy and figure out angle shots, streamline the zero process, hit targets at 2,000 yards, deal with dawn and dusk shoots, train for real-world scenarios, choose optics and accessories and create a mobile shooting platform. He also demonstrates the advantages of his custom reticle design and describes important advancements in the MR-30PG shooting system. 8 1/2 x 11, softcover, photos, illus., 232 pp. ISBN 1-58160-337-1
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