Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob by Massad Ayoob, Marty Hayes
By Massad Ayoob, Marty Hayes
Combat taking pictures with Massad Ayoob is written by way of America's best-known strive against pistol shooter, Massad Ayoob, who's credited with the assumption of "stress fire."
In this booklet, Massad speaks approximately approach and jumps correct into the features of studying wrestle taking pictures. subsequent, he highlights 3 gunfighters—Wyatt Earp, Colonel Charles Askins and Jim Cirillo—and the teachings we will examine from every one.
Lastly, Ayoob stocks his standpoint at the significance of pageant as education prior to remaining with a dialogue of the alternatives eager about being responsibly armed.
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