How to Improve Your Long Range Shooting Skills FAST
There is something extremely satisfying about being able to accurately shoot a rifle to 1000 yards or beyond…but it is nigh on impossible if you don't know how.
In his new eBook, Practical Long Range Shooting: Long Range Skills for Practical Shooters Jeremy promises to help shooters achieve their long range shooting goals quickly.
Jeremy says that the key to ensuring a student's success is simply giving them the knowledge and understanding of what things actually matter when shooting long range.
Things such as, how to set up a rifle correctly, how to correctly apply the fundamentals of marksmanship, and how to develop strategies for shooting in windy conditions are really important and are just a few of the "things that matter."
He goes on to say that in reality, the foundational skills of long-range shooting haven't really changed for decades and neither has the subject matter. Much of what is taught in books, DVD's, online courses, and at an "in person" course is the same stuff that was taught to aspiring long-range shooters decades ago he says.
Jeremy believes that what separates excellent training material from mediocre training material is the way in which this subject matter is delivered to the students.
He says that training material should engage the students, and follow a structured format such as the EDIP principles as these well-known teaching principles ensure that students, no matter what their learning style, have the best chance of success.
For those that are unfamiliar with the EDIP principles let me briefly explain.
· Explain – This is the initial learning phase where the teacher/instructor explains the skill/s to the student, explains how to do it, and then explains the reason why it is done that way.
· Demonstrate – This is the second learning phase where the teacher/instructor demonstrates the skill/s to the student/s.
· Imitate – This is the third learning phase where the student imitates the skill/s as it was explained and demonstrated to them.
· Practice – This is the fourth and final learning phase where the student practices the skill/s until he/she has mastered it.
This method of teaching is highly effective and ensures that all students have the best chance of succeeding.
Jeremy says that you can to improve on the EDIP principles by giving the students the opportunity to seek assistance directly from the teacher/instructor if they require it.
Direct assistance is something that Jeremy offers as part of his Practical Long Range Shooting eCourse, the online-based Long Range Shooting course that accompanies his new eBook.
That said, Jeremy says that the EDIP principles alone are very effective and will allow students to learn skills quickly and effectively.
So, if you are serious about improving your Long Range Shooting skills, you should check out Jeremy's eBook or eCourse. The eBook is now available on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/
Jeremy Geurtjens is the Owner and Founder of Tactical Classroom Ltd (https://www.tacticalclassroom.com).
His background is Tactical Law Enforcement. Specifically, he has worked in Counter-Terrorism, Sniper/Counter Sniper, Close Protection and other High-Risk Tactical Policing roles.
He is incredibly passionate about all things firearms and wants to pass on his knowledge and experience so as to help others achieve their own shooting goals.