Armed for Personal Defense

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Krause Publications, Sep 15, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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DON'T BE A VICTIM – BE A SURVIVOR! With Armed for Personal Defense Ever feel threatened in your home? In your car? On the street? Violent criminals are everywhere – and that's why you need Armed for Personal Defense by Jerry Ahern. In Armed for Personal Defense, you'll learn the basics of concealed carry, from what kind of gun to choose to what kind of holster. In addition, you'll learn about knives, clubs and improvised weapons that can save your life when a gun isn't available. It's All Here! The best self defense calibers Revolvers vs, semi-auto pistols Holsters: what type is best for you? Improvised weapons And much more! Self defense is YOUR responsibility! So start arming yourself today – with Armed for Personal Defense!
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
CHAPTER 1 WEAPONS SELECTION
9
CHAPTER 2 ANYTHING CAN BE A WEAPON
35
CHAPTER 3 SNUBNOSED REVOLVERS
45
CHAPTER 4 REVOLVER AND AUTOLOADER DIFFERENCES
57
CHAPTER 5 OTHER THAN A HANDGUN
75
CHAPTER 6 BODY LANGUAGE
101
CHAPTER 7 SHOULDER HOLSTERS
113
CHAPTER 10 ANKLE AND LEG CARRY
161
CHAPTER 11 CLOTHING AND CARRYING
173
CHAPTER 12 POCKET CARRY
179
CHAPTER 13 WOMEN AND CONCEALMENT
185
CHAPTER 14 OFFBODY AND OPEN CARRY
199
CHAPTER 15 CLOSE CONCEALMENT
207
CHAPTER 16 CONCEALED STORAGE OF WEAPONS
215
CHAPTER 17 CONCEALED CARRY ESSENTIALS
219

CHAPTER 8 WAIST LEVEL POSITIONS
133
CHAPTER 9 INSIDE WAISTBAND CARRY
153
APPENDIX HANDGUNS FOR PERSONAL DEFENSE
227
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About the author (2010)

Jerry Ahern is a professional writer specializing in firearms-related and science fiction literature. He has served as President of a major firearms company and designed and manufactured a popular line of concealed-carry holsters. In addition, Ahern is well-known to firearms enthusiasts for his book CCW: Carrying Concealed Weapons and the countless articles he has published in the firearms press. He and his wife and partner Sharon live in Georgia.

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