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Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Drills & Techniques Collection eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden teaches handgun grip, stance, presentation, sight picture, trigger control, reloading drills and malfunction clearing.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Shooting Stance & Presentation Techniques eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden gives a basic overview of how to get into the defensive handgun stance and how to present or "draw" your handgun.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Sight Picture, Alignment & Trigger Control eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden covers sight picture and alignment, trigger control, and single action vs. double action handguns.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Tactical Reload eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden teaches the emergency reload, tactical reload and administrative reload, with photos to demonstrate each.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Tactical Reload eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden teaches the emergency reload, tactical reload and administrative reload, with photos to demonstrate each.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handgun Training eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden help you be ready with dry practice and live fire training. It's not enough to buy a handgun and stick it in your dresser drawer. Learn how to train for the worst case scenario.

Gun Digest's Defensive Handguns Firearm Safety Course eShort

by David Fessenden

In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden gives Col. Jeff Cooper's four universal rules for firearm safety, plus specific safety rules for semi-automatics and revolvers.

Gun Digest’s Double Action Trigger Concealed Carry eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham shows the proper grasp, finger position and trigger control for fast, accurate double action revolver shooting.

Gun Digest’s Handgun Ammo & Calibers Concealed Carry eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham explains the best calibers and handgun ammo choices for the concealed carry revolver.

Gun Digest's Learning Combat Shooting Concealed Carry Handgun Training eShort

by Massad Ayoob

In this excerpt from Combat Shooting, Massad Ayoob covers the serious business of learning the reality of winning in a gun fight. Gain expert knowledge on concealed carry from instructors and survivors of gun fights.

Gun Digest's The Perfect Revolver Fit Concealed Carry eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham shows why revolver fit is so important and how to find the perfect fitting pistol for CCW.

Gun Digest’s Pistol Shooting Tips for Concealed Carry Collection eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham teaches his secrets for mastering the double action trigger, shooting accurately with a pistol, one-handed shooting and clearing malfunctions.

Gun Digest's Revolvers for CCW Concealed Carry Collection eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham gives tips for carrying a revolver for self-defense and special considerations for snubnose revolvers.

Gun Digest's Shooter's Guide to Concealed Carry

by Jorge Amselle

Written by experienced fi rearms instructor and military veteran Jorge Amselle, this book sorts through the issues involved in concealed carry to provide an easy-to-understand introduction. It is full of real-world advice and information on the principles necessary for those interested in carrying a concealed handgun for self-defense.You'll learn more about:How to choose the right handgun and ammunitionMethods of carry and holster selectionConsiderations for women who carry concealedImportant training guidelinesConcealed carry laws

Gun Digest’s Why Revolvers for Concealed Carry? eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham explains the advantages of revolvers over semi-autos for concealed carry and why you should consider carrying one.

Gun Digest's Why Revolvers for Concealed Carry? eShort

by Grant Cunningham

In this excerpt from the Gun Digest Book of the Revolver, Grant Cunningham explains the advantages of revolvers over semi-autos for concealed carry and why you should consider carrying one.

Gun for Hire

by Dallas Mccord Reynolds

A gun is an interesting weapon; it can be hired, of course, and naturally doesn't care who hires it. Something much the same can be said of the gunman, too....

Gun Games

by Faye Kellerman

The Hesse suicide strikes a troubling chord in the household of Decker and his wife, Rina Lazarus, now that they've taken in Gabe Whitman--the gifted and brilliant fifteen-year-old son of a killer--whose own unexplained comings and goings only remind Decker that he knows almost nothing about the secretive boy living under his roof. But it's a second teen suicide--a young girl who attended the same exclusive prep school as Gregory Hesse--that points Decker and his detectives down a dark alley of twisted allegiances and unholy alliances . . . and toward a cold-blooded group of high schoolers with a shocking predilection for guns and violence. rich and privileged students with a predilection for guns and violence. Decker thought he understood kids, yet the closer he and his team get to the truth, the clearer it becomes that he knows very little about them, including his own charge, Gabe. The son of a gangster and an absent parent, the boy has had a life filled with too much free time, too many unexplained absences, and too little adult supervision. Before it's over, the case and all its terrifying ramifications will take Decker and his detectives down a dark alley of twisted allegiances and unholy alliances, culminating at a heart-stopping point of no return.

Gun Guys

by Dan Baum

Here is armed America--a land of machine-gun gatherings in the desert, lederhosened German shooting societies, feral-hog hunts in Texas, and Hollywood gun armories. Whether they're collecting antique weapons, practicing concealed carry, or firing an AR-15 or a Glock at their local range, many Americans love guns--which horrifies and fascinates many other Americans, and much of the rest of the world. This lively, sometimes raucous book explores from the inside the American love affair with firearms. Dan Baum is both a lifelong gun guy and a Jewish Democrat who grew up in suburban New Jersey feeling like a "child of a bitter divorce with allegiance to both parents." In Gun Guys he grabs his licensed concealed handgun and hits the road to meet some of the 40 percent of Americans who own guns. We meet Rick Ector, a black Detroit autoworker who buys a Smith & Wesson after suffering an armed robbery--then quits his job to preach the gospel of armed self-defense, especially to the resistant black community; Jeremy and Marcey Parker, a young, successful Kentucky couple whose idea of a romantic getaway is the Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun Championship in Bowling Green; and Aaron Zelman, head of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership. Baum also travels to New Orleans, where he enters the world of a man disabled by a bullet, and to Chicago to interview a killer. Along the way, he takes us to gun shows, gun stores, and shooting ranges trying to figure out why so many of us love these things and why they inspire such passions.In the tradition of Confederates in the Attic and Among the Thugs, Baum brings an entire world to life. Written equally for avid shooters and those who would never touch a firearm, Gun Guys is more than a travelogue. It gives a fresh assessment of the heated politics surrounding guns, one that will challenge and inform people on all sides of the issue. This may be the first book that goes beyond gun politics to illuminate the visceral appeal of guns--an original, perceptive, and surprisingly funny journey through American gun culture.

Gun Law

by Ralph Cotton

On the trail of four wanted men, Sherman Dahl-a hired gun known as "The Teacher"-finds his prey in the town of Kindred in New Mexico Territory. He kills all four in a saloon gunfight that leaves him wounded and in the care of a soiled dove. But the marshal of Kindred is a man above the law, and he wants to take Dahl down. . . .

Gun Monkeys

by Victor Gischler

Charlie Swift is an old school kind of guy. Runs a tight ship. Respects his boss. Takes care of is mom and kid brother. And, he's a stone cold killer. When a fancy new-wave hood, hungry for the primo Orlando territory Charlie enforces, offs most of Charlie's boys in a bloody mob takeover, our man steps in to make things right. But when word gets out that his boss has gone missing and there's a traitor among his crew of gun monkeys, Charlie knows payback ain't gonna be easy.

Gun, Needle, Spoon

by Patrick O'Neil

This memoir follows a punk rock pioneer on his slide into drug abuse and life as an armed robber, all the way through life in recovery and what it's like to look back on those times, knowing all the while that he is still under the threat of three strikes, a twenty-five-to-life prison sentence waiting. He has no choice but to deal with it all drug free.During punk rock's heyday, Patrick O'Neil worked at the San Francisco's legendary Mabuhay Gardens. He went on to become the road manager for Dead Kennedys and Flipper, as well as T.S.O.L. and the Subhumans. He holds an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles.

Gun Runners

by Jackson Cole

The Slash K punchers slept soundly beside the chuck wagon. Suddenly--"lightning" flashed, "thunder" rolled and shrieking "rain" spattered the sleeping camp. But the lighting was the spurting flame from unseen rifles, the thunder was the crash of shots and the rain was a leaden rain of death! Again and again, the ruthless Mexican bandit, Pedro Cartina, and his raiders swooped won onto Lone Star soil and left a wake of robbery, arson and murder, until the Rio ran red with blood. Outnumbered 100 to 1, and with time running out on the men on the side of the law, Ranger Jim Hatfield plunged into savage pursuit of the border killers, to pit his guns and fists against the cruelest foe in Texas!

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