* All copies of SHOOT will have a full-color "book plate" or label in the front of the book, with a message and signature from Julie, hand-written in blue ink. The message reads, "Be safe & always have fun"
Both a valuable resource for shooting-sports enthusiasts and an accessible guide for newcomers.
Whether you’re a firearms enthusiast, an experienced shooter, or someone who has never even held a gun, Shoot: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition will help you explore different types of firearms, understand crucial safety rules, and learn fundamental shooting skills. This book provides an introduction to a wide variety of shooting sports through detailed descriptions that relate each type of competition to everyday activities and interests. High-quality photography from actual competitions and step-bystep instructional images augment the clearly written descriptions of both basic and advanced shooting skills.
Throughout the book, Julie shares beneficial tips, explains sportspecific lingo, and stresses vital safety concerns. Going beyond just a skill-building manual for those new to firearms and shooting, Shoot addresses competition stress, goal setting, logging, and beneficial practice techniques to help all shooters, from novices to champions, excel and take their skills to the next level.
60 color illustrations; 65 black & white illustrations
About the author
Author Julie Golob is one of the most accomplished professional shooters in the world, and captain of the Smith & Wesson Shooting Team.
A veteran of the elite U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), she was named both U.S. Army Female Athlete of the Year and AMU Athlete of the Year.
Over her 20-year shooting career, Julie has won more than 115 championship titles in international, national, and regional competitions. In September 2011, she won USPSA Ladies Revolver National Champion, becoming the only shooter, male or female, ever to win a national championship in all 6 USPSA divisions. In October 2011, Julie won the Ladies Production Silver Medal at World Shoot XVI in Rhodes, Greece.