You can buy Ben Stoeger's books at Ben Stoeger Pro Shop (packaged with dry-fire targets) or order them through Amazon. I'd recommend starting with Practical Shooting Training, as it's a one-stop shop that lays out training plans for new, intermediate, and advanced shooters. Add in a couple of scaled dry-fire targets and you're ready to go!
- Practical Shooting Training: Completely revised replacement for Dryfire Reloaded and Skills & Drills Reloaded that breaks shooting into four skill levels and provides an integrated live- and dry-fire program for each one.
- Adaptive Rifle: How to shoot an AR-15 with an unmagnified optic.
- Dryfire Reloaded: How to train dry fire.
- Skills & Drills Reloaded: How to train live fire.
- Practical Pistol Reloaded: Deep dive into shooting technique. Covers grip, stance, draws, transitions, etc. along with stage breakdown.
- Breakthrough Marksmanship: Points out core concepts and common mistakes in practical shooting and gives dry- and live-fire drills for diagnosing and fixing these mistakes.
- Match Mentality: Discusses the mental skills in preparing for and competing in matches.
- Training Group Live: Joel Park and a panel of guests discuss practical shooting. Full episodes are available to PSTG members at the PSTG web site.
- Practical Shooting After Dark: Ben Stoeger and a panel of guests discuss practical shooting from a competitive angle.
- Behind the Lens: Brian Conley of Hunters HD Gold interviews shooters, industry professionals, and match directors.
- Hit Factor Podcast: Jason Bradley and Jared Fox discuss practical shooting, often with a guest.
- Firearms Nation: Arik Levy interviews top shooters like Eric Grauffel, Ben Stoeger, JJ Racaza, Mason Lane, Ron Avery, and more. There’s a lot of useful info in these interviews, and it’s worth going back and listening again as your skills develop. Episode #123 with JJ is particularly good.
- Shoot Fast Podcast: Cody Axon and guest hosts discuss all aspects of pistol shooting technique, skill development, and match skills.
Shooters posting helpful content or good shooting (alphebetical order).
Telegram feed of content from Ben, Matt, and others: Tactical Beards.
- Atlanta Arms: I’ll drive to their warehouse in Covington, GA periodically to buy a couple boxes and avoid shipping. Call ahead and make sure they're open and the targets you want are in stock.
- Metal Spinning Targets: The 8" swinging plates that I use are from these guys.
Last edit: 25 January 2023