The Gun Digest Book Of Concealed Carry

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Gun Digest Books, Aug 25, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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In addition to tactical aspects of self-defense, practical information like choosing the right firearm and ammunition, used gun purchases, and all legal aspects of self-defense with a gun are also extensively covered in this complete and authoritative look at concealed carry.
 

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Very Informative for those new to Concealed Carry.

User Review  - airwolfe1 - Borders

Good book for someone wishing to carry concealed. Covers many aspects of carrying concealed, from clothing, to holsters, to legal aspects of justified shooting. One draw back, if you have read other ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
6
The CCW Lifestyle
9
Why We Carry
17
Where you Can and Cant Carry
23
Preparation and Aftermath
37
Gentlemen and Ladies Choose Yopur Weapons
53
Defense Loads of Choice The Word From the Street
75
Hip Holsters
93
Ankle Holsters
157
NonTraditional Carry Methods
179
Concealing Larger Handguns
187
Improving Your Draw From Concealment
195
The Backup CCW
199
Open Carry Two Sides of a Complicated Issue
207
Wardrobe Factors
221
IDPA How it Helps the Concealed Carry Practitioner
231

Cross Draw
119
Shoulder Holsters
131
Pocket Carry
149
Final Advice
251
Key Things
254
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Massad Ayoob is one of the pre-eminent fighting handgun trainers in the world. He operates the Lethal Force Institute, which trains both U.S. and international clients. His methods of reflexive, high speed yet accurate shooting has been adopted by the U.S. army as part of its standard pistol-training course. Massad has written many books for Krause Publications, including Combat Handgunnery, The Gun Digest Book of Sig-Sauer, and The Gun Digest Book of Beretta Pistols.

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