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.
- 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).
- 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.
Last edit: 14 November 2022