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Old July 24, 2012, 07:55 AM   #9
.45 CAL
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There are a few books that I would recommend to any handgunner; First the basics: If you want to understand different calibers, pick up any reloading handbook to begin to understand basic ballistics and how they are affected by different bullet weights and their trajectories by powder charge. I’m not suggesting that you start reloading but rather use that information to make more informed decisions regarding what caliber(s) you may want to build a gun around. There are two books that really helped me take my shooting to the next level, that is hitting when and what I want. “The Art and Science of Basic Handgun Accuracy” by W.W. Butler and his follow up book; “The Armed Option: Zen in the Art of Combat Pistolcraft” by W.W. Butler. Both compliment one another, are quick reads and offer information that is easy to understand and implement.
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