In photography, there's a book called "Understanding Exposure" that is a recommended standard read for every photographer aiming to move his skills beyond simple point-and-shoot. It should be considered a bible for understanding light manipulation as it applies to photography. I'm looking for similar information for rifle shooting. Topics should include, but not be limited to, grip/hold, sight alignment, iron sights, scopes, wind-age and elevation, MOA, etc. What would you recommend for improving rifle shooting technique? Books, websites, videos. I'm not looking for you to do my homework for me -- I've definitely been scouring the web -- rather, I'm hoping to save a little time separating the wheat from the chaff. As we all know, the Internet is full of chaff! For a beginner, it's often difficult to distinguish between the two. And yes, I do plan to shoot, shoot and shoot some more. I'll probably take the NRA Basic Rifle course after I put a couple hundred rounds down range in my new rifle. However, I took their Basic Pistol course and wasn't impressed. Front Sight and other high level training will be much further down my timeline. Ideally, I'd love to enroll in the Marine Corps Scout Sniper weekend program... Oh wait, they don't have one! Ha.