Originally Posted by ltc444
I all ways recommend Bill Jordan's "No Second Place Winner". Jordan is one of the last of the gunfighters.
The above book and Ed McGivern's "Fast and Fancy Revovler" shooting are two of the first true "gun books" I ever bought.
Highly recommend both of them, for both the practical wisdom put forth in them and as a great historical record of the last great gun slingers.
Colonel Askins wrote a great book too, "Unrepenant Sinner", and while long on stories and gunning and soldiering, it has very little in the way of practical advice, but still a great read.
"Growing up as both a Southern and the son of a child of the '50s, I was imprinted with several things that have long stuck with me. The F-86 Saber Jet was the finest fighter ever flown, the National League is always superior, and Leslie Coffelt
was the finest revovler shooter since Mr. Ed."