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HIGH POWER BASICS


HANDLOADING FOR COMPETITION


COMPETITIVE SHOOTERS JOURNAL


HIGH POWER RIFLE [the series]


HIGH POWER RIFLE II


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HIGH POWER RIFLE [the series]

Working from the content profile of my "basics" book, I plan to, in turn, take each of the topics, over-write them, add a few others, and unleash a series of books on High Power Rifle shooting. This is the real "and beyond" in the title of the basics book. In effect, I'll be using High Power Basics as an outline to go way on deep into the cracks and crevices of the sport's literary potential. This does not, in any way, diminish the value of the basics book. What it does do is allow readers to make a choice about the scope and nature of the material they wish to read on the sport, and I will see to it that they have these choices available. I chose to produce a series, which now looks to be three or four books, rather than one 10 pound edition, for this reason. Each book in the series will feature a collection of related topics. For instance, one book will take the subjects of shooting technique, training, and psychology; another will discuss rifles, ammunition, and other equipment; another will discuss course management and range conditions (wind, mostly); and a possible fourth edition may be a collection of interviews and advice from as many top level shooters as I can find, speaking on all these topics. There is also a chance that another book may focus itself on Service Rifle or Long Range, depending on how the distribution of words plays out (meaning that I'll probably write too much about at least one of those topics and need a place to put it).

I don't have a price or format to report as of yet, but that's another reason I'm doing a series: I think it's a better value for the reader to get what he wants, especially when he knows it's going to be complete.

Release date(s): Spring 2002