Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob

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Gun Digest Books, Nov 15, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob is written by America's best-known combat pistol shooter, Massad Ayoob, who is credited with the idea of "stress fire."

In this book, Massad speaks about mindset and jumps right into the aspects of learning combat shooting. Next, he highlights three gunfighters—Wyatt Earp, Colonel Charles Askins and Jim Cirillo—and the lessons we can learn from each.

Lastly, Ayoob shares his perspective on the importance of competition as training before closing with a discussion of the choices involved in being responsibly armed.

 

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Contents

FOREWORD
5
INTRODUCTION
7
MINDSET
9
LEARNING COMBAT SHOOTING
47
THREE GUNFIGHTERS
81
COMPETITION AS TRAINING
105
CHOICES
153
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About the author (2011)

Massad F. Ayoob is an internationally known firearms and self-defense instructor. He was the director of the Lethal Force Institute in Concord, New Hampshire from 1981 to 2009, has taught police techniques and civilian self-defense to both law enforcement officers and private citizens in numerous venues since 1974, and has appeared as an expert witness in several trials.

Ayoob has also authored several books and more than 1,000 articles on firearms, combat techniques, self-defense, and legal issues, and has served in an editorial capacity for Guns Magazine, American Handgunner, Gun Week, and Combat Handguns. Since 1995, he has written self-defense- and firearms-related articles for Backwoods Home Magazine. He also has a featured segment on the television show Personal Defense TV, which airs on the Sportsman Channel in the United States.

Ayoob remains an internationally prominent law enforcement officer training instructor and serves as chairman of the Firearms Committee of the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers. Massad lives in Live Oak, Florida.

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