Shooter’s Bible Guide to Concealed Carry: A Beginner’s Guide to Armed Defense

January 10, 2016 - Comment

If you are one of the millions of Americans who chooses to exercise your Second Amendment Right but haven’t quite mastered the proper technique with guns, then this is the essential manual for you. It is your right to carry a firearm to protect yourself and your family. However, it is your responsibility to know

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If you are one of the millions of Americans who chooses to exercise your Second Amendment Right but haven’t quite mastered the proper technique with guns, then this is the essential manual for you. It is your right to carry a firearm to protect yourself and your family. However, it is your responsibility to know how to operate that gun correctly and safely.

Don’t wait to be placed in a dangerous setting faced with an armed attacker. The Shooter’s Bible Guide to Concealed Carry is an all-encompassing resource that not only offers vital gun terminology, but also suggests which gun is the right fit for you and how to efficiently use the device properly, be it in public or home. Firearm expert Brad Fitzpatrick examines how to practice, how to correct mistakes, and how to safely challenge yourself when you have achieved basic skills. Included within is a comprehensive chart describing the various calibers for concealed carry, suitable instructions for maintaining it, and most importantly, expert step-by-step instructions for shooting.

Once again, renowned firearms expert Fitzpatrick delivers poignant tips and provides valuable information. The purpose of this book is to familiarize yourself with firearms and to gain the confidence you need to protect yourself in the worst of situations.

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Danny M. O'Dell says:

This is a good information filled book. This is a good information filled book. It appears to be, and read, as though there was considerable thought put into the contents.Based on what I read, I changed my stance, from the thirty-five plus years of using the Weaver when shooting, into the Isosceles stance. My scores have been much more consistent with this new shooting style, so I am going to continue honing this technique each time I shoot.The advice to use a laser for dry firing has also helped me get in more trigger time without going through a week’s paycheck buying ammo. The results of this practice has helped with a faster target acquisition, given me a chance to practice my breathing control, trigger pull and follow up.He makes good safety suggestions, ones I have followed all of my life but it was good to have them reinforced again.I recommend this book to anyone considering carrying a handgun, who is looking for basic, solid thoughtful information about the process of choosing,…

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