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Shooting to Live With the One-Hand Gun
by Capt William E. Fairbairn and Capt Eric A. Sykes




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Shooting to Live describes methods developed and practiced during an eventful quarter of a century and adopted by numerous police organization in the Far East and elsewhere. It covers everything from the purpose of the pistol, to selection, training, advance methods and more This book was the first time that fighting with firearms was clearly and explicitly disassociated from classical target/range shooting. The proven techniques displayed have spawned most modern pistol techniques because of their simplicity and effectiveness. It is written as instruction to police forces in the methods of shooting (reflexive/instinctive) and training (realistic/challenging) that the author developed over two decades active service in Shanghai.

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Overview

Shooting to Live describes methods developed and practiced during an eventful quarter of a century and adopted by numerous police organization in the Far East and elsewhere. It covers everything from the purpose of the pistol, to selection, training, advance methods and more This book was the first time that fighting with firearms was clearly and explicitly disassociated from classical target/range shooting. The proven techniques displayed have spawned most modern pistol techniques because of their simplicity and effectiveness. It is written as instruction to police forces in the methods of shooting (reflexive/instinctive) and training (realistic/challenging) that the author developed over two decades active service in Shanghai.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780359024537
  • ISBN-10: 035902453X
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publish Date: July 2019
  • Page Count: 104
  • Dimensions: 8.27 x 5.83 x 0.22 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.29 pounds


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