"Surgical Speed Shooting: How to Achieve High-Speed Marksmanship in a Gunfight" Book by Andy Stanford
Date of Publication:July 2001
Number of Pages:152
From the publisher:
Be prepared to rethink everything you know about how to shoot a handgun quickly and accurately under the extreme stress of a gunfight. In Surgical Speed Shooting, world-class firearms instructor Andy Stanford presents the current state of the art in combat pistol technique used by today?s hostage rescue teams and top competitive grandmasters. Learn truly advanced concepts for grip, stance and aiming; management of handgun recoil in rapid fire; secrets of high-speed trigger control, the key to combat marksmanship; one- and two-handed shooting while stationary and on the move; and a radically simple and highly effective system of tactical gun handling. Whether you are an advocate of sighted fire or point shooting, whether you shoot from the Weaver or modern isosceles stance, this video will give you new insights into practical pistol prowess. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, softcover, photos, 152 pp. ISBN 1581601433
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