Tactical Pistol: Advanced Gunfighting Concepts And Techniques

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Big-city cop and gunfight veteran Gabe Suarez teaches you the most vital lessons and techniques for prevailing in any situation where you must draw your weapon. Chapters include The Dynamics of a Gunfight, The Rules of Close-Quarter Combat, Holding Hostiles at Gunpoint and more.
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Overview


Big-city cop and gunfight veteran Gabe Suarez teaches you the most vital lessons and techniques for prevailing in any situation where you must draw your weapon. Chapters include The Dynamics of a Gunfight, The Rules of Close-Quarter Combat, Holding Hostiles at Gunpoint and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873648646
  • Publisher: Paladin Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Pages: 216
  • Sales rank: 728,470
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author


Gabe Suarez is a veteran of Southern California law enforcement, where he has served for many years. His extensive field experience includes single officer patrol, gang enforcement, special operations and tactical training. He was one of the founding members of his department's Special Weapons and Tactical Precision Rifle teams.

The late Jeff Cooper's accomplishments in the field of firearms are almost too numerous to list. They include founder of Gunsite Ranch, editor-at-large of Guns & Ammo magazine, rangemaster emeritus of the U.S. Practical Shooting Association, and Outstanding American Handgunner

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Jeff Cooper
Preface
Chapter 1 - The raison d'entre of the Armed Citizen
Chapter 2 - Getting Your Mind Right
Chapter 3 - Issues of Gun Safety
Chapter 4 - The Dynamics of a Gunfight
Chapter 5 - Sharpening the Mental Trigger
Chapter 6 - The Presentation
Chapter 7 - The Flash Sight Picture
Chapter 8 - Firing Modes with the Combat Pistol
Chapter 9 - Training the Startle Response
Chapter 10 - Stopping Power and Shot Placement
Chapter 11 - Maintaining Continuity of Fire
Chapter 12 - Clearing Pistol Malfuncitons
Chapter 13 - The Rules of Close-Quarters Combat
Chapter 14 - Long Shots
Chapter 15 - Cover and Concealment
Chapter 16 - Wounded Shooter Techniques
Chapter 17 - One Against Many: Dealing with Multiple Adversaries
Chapter 18 - Operating in Reduced-Light Environments
Chapter 19 - Tactical Movement
Chapter 20 - Indoor Search Tactics
Chapter 21 - Holding Hostiles at Gunpoint
Chapter 22 - Tactical Considerations in Vehicles
Epilogue The Undiscovered Country
Selected Bibliography
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2003

    Beginner's Bible

    This book answers most of the questions you have and most of the questions you should have. No book can by itself prepare you for every possible scenario, but this book will start you thinking about them, and that is always the first step to being prepared.

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