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Carbine And Shotgun Speed Shooting: How To Hit Hard And Fast In Combat

by Steve Moses

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 158160324X, Paperback)

The only thing better than having a good repeating shotgun or intermediate-caliber semiautomatic carbine or rifle in a gunfight is the skill to deploy it quickly and effectively. In this book, firearms instructor Steve Moses tells you how to do just that. A commissioned peace officer and experienced competitive shooter with a Master Class International Defensive Pistol Association rating, Moses has an in-depth and esoteric understanding of the art of shooting defensive long guns. In this groundbreaking book, he breaks down the mechanics of speed shooting these weapons, from stance and grip to sighting, trigger control and more, presenting them in a concise and easily understood manner. Whether you wish to further your defensive, competitive or recreational shooting skills, you will find this book a welcome resource for learning to shoot carbines and shotguns with the speed and accuracy that are so critical at short distances - the range at which most lethal engagements take place.

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