- The Basics of Shooting
- The Standing Position
- Mental Preparation
- Technical Concerns
- Published in 1993
- 205 Pages - Softcover.
"When you've cased the rifle and headed back home from a match, it will always be what you did - not what you should have done or what you were capable of - that was responsible for your performance there."
Excerpt from the Book: Shooting aggressively is being decisive and acting positively on every shot opportunity. Acting positively means that you are breaking the shot without hesitation. It's there and it's done. Being decisive means being able to analyze, choose and act. In highpower rifle, you often must be able to analyze, choose, and act at the same time.
David Tubb has been involved in the shooting sports industry for over 20 years. Since the mid-1980's, he has won over 30 individual National Championships and hundreds of individual matches and competitions. His knowledge of firearms and the shooting industry has been a tremendous learning experience for beginners and seasoned shooters. David Tubb is married with 4 children.