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Old 12-27-2012, 09:12 PM   #1
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books?

any "must read" type of books for handguns/safety?

For example "twist of the wrist" is pretty much the consensus motorcycling book. Is there an equivalent for guns?

thanks in advance, just looking for opinions.
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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any "must read" type of books for handguns/safety?

For example "twist of the wrist" is pretty much the consensus motorcycling book. Is there an equivalent for guns?

thanks in advance, just looking for opinions.
Not necessarily a book - but see if you can get a copy of Magpul's Art of the Dynamic Handgun. It's not a safety video per se, but it covers the 5 rules of handgun safety, and goes into the shooting basics before moving onto advanced drills.
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Read any of Col. Jeff Cooper's books. They are the quintessential foundation of all modern firearms training, marksmanship and gunfighting.
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