Re: I need a writer to review Bryan Litz' new book.
I'm in the middle of reading "Accuracy and Precision for LR Shooting" right now. I won't spoil the ending but what I am learning and understanding from the book is the cumulative effect of small errors and one's chances of hitting particular targets at different ranges.
Not too long ago I had the opportuinity to shoot out to 1490 yds with my 7RM. If my memory serves me, I hit an approximately 2' square steel plate 3 out of 10 shots. I wasn't feelin' too good about it because I'm used to shooting small groups at considerabley shorter ranges. To date, his book has explained some of why I had that result, that day.
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