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Old February 15, 2016, 09:57 AM   #22
njr
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Join Date: December 30, 2014
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I would buy the books Shooting To Live (Sykes and Fairbairn), follow up with Rex Applegate and the dvd Shoot Him To The Ground. Lou Chiodo had good instruction if you're near southern California. Michael T Rayburn has also written a good text.

One of the most important aspects to defensive shooting is having a gun that fits your hand. Most situations you are going to lock on the target point your gun and pull the trigger. Fist sized groupings are fine. There are four basic positions for this kind of shooting. You can achieve good basic proficiency in a few hours.
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