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Originally Posted by Half Pint John View Post
Steven Hunter 47th Samurai he consulted with many Japanese martial Art Masters for this book. Profession is journalist.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hunter

Easy reading and goes into the in's and out's of shooting. Historically he misses the boat some times. One of his books was made into a film "Shooter".
Read it!
Very good book!

Have read a few of Hunter's books and he does an excellent job of conveying the concept of the "shooter" being "in the zone" ("... Use the Force, Luke.")

When finishing "47th Samurai I'd recommend reading the "The Third Bullet" for some interesting "ahhs" about the JFK assisination.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Third_Bullet
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