This DVD has helped me with improving my accuracy in shooting my M1, M1 Carbine, Mosin 91/30 and Swiss K31. The techniques portrayed appear to me to be timeless common sense approaches to marksmanship that most of us average shooters would never realize without personal instruction. After my first viewing of this DVD, I was immediately able to put these techniques into play later that day at the range. After getting back home, I watched it again and found a few little things I had forgot about and went back to the range the next day to work on them. All in all I've watched this video or parts thereof about a dozen times or so to review content or to watch it start to finish. To get the most out of markmanship videos such as this it is important to watch them enough times so that you can anticpate the dialogue before it happens. This repetition translates into learning and memorization. The only con I would say is about the DVD is that it is an older production that appears to have been shot on film during the 1980's due to the style of ball caps the presenter wears and this vintage visualization was a little distracting the first time I viewed it but subsequent viewings I didn't really notice it. Overall, I highly recommend this DVD to novice and intermediate shooters, although I believer well experienced shooters could learn or relearn a thing or two as well.
Pros: Good Info
Cons: Older Production...
Would recommend: Yes
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