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Tactical Pistol Shooting: Your Guide to Tactics That Work (Tactical Pistol Shooting: Your Guide to Tactics & Techniques) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Erik Lawrence , Mike Pannone
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  • Taschenbuch: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Krause Pubn Inc; Auflage: 0002 (7. November 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1440204365
  • ISBN-13: 978-1440204364
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23 x 16,6 x 1,7 cm
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Clear color pictures set this book apart from others. 26. Februar 2010
Good book with clear color pictures illustrating things mostly found in other books (e.g. Gabriel Suarez). Biggest advantage and reason why I kept this book - the clear color pictures. The techniques themselves are hardly new and differ only slightly from things found in other books like the once of the earlier mention Gabriel Suarez and Gun Magazines like Combat Handguns and Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement. Nontheless I would recommend it, especially as a first primer on gun handling in defensive scenarios. Looking for information about tactical movement and +two men tactics - look somewhere else (so far, nothing could beat "The Tactical Advantage").


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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not bad, but hardly authoritative 6. Dezember 2010
Von John M. Buol Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
As always happens, the best ideas about shooting start in the competition world and eventually trickle down from there, first by top trainers and more elite spec ops, then the general gun public and finally to the doctrines taught by law enforcement and the military.

If you want to see what ideas and concepts will be "cutting edge" in the spec ops community five years from now, go attend good formal competition shooting events today.

"Tactical Pistol Shooting: Your Guide to Tactics & Techniques that Work" by Erik Lawrence proves that. Brian Enos published "Practical Shooting: Beyond Fundamentals" in 1990 based on his findings and success in competition shooting through the 1980's. This book, written sixteen years later, merely echoes these findings.

Basically, as a special operations soldier Mr. Lawerence was a student of a teacher that learned high level shooting from people like Enos. Later, Mr. Lawerence decided to write a book about it.

This isn't a bad thing. The whole point of organized shooting is to create a format that people can experiment and learn from. By risking only points in a match, instead of life and limb, participants can try things and have an objective measure of the results. This book is more simplistic than "Beyond Fundamentals" and more approachable by most people. The shooting advice given is sound and if you don't already have a decent text on practical pistol shooting this is a good one to consider.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Fundamentals 14. Februar 2012
Von JK - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Disclaimer: this is the only book of this kind that I've read, so my basis for comparison is limited.

Great fundamental presented by a guy who has been there. There are lots of guys who teach, but not so many that have actually been in real combat situations with real people shooting back. That makes all the difference to me.

The photos are excellent and there are lots of them. Photos are much more effective than excessive narrative when teaching technique (i.e. how to hold the pistol, body alignment, etc). I'm learning a lot from the book. I might prefer more of an emphasis on basic shooting fundamentals vs. techniques covering, for example, shooting weak-handed while wounded, but maybe that's not the intended scope this book. But don't get me wrong, the fundamentals are covered.

I definitely recommend the book and I'm glad I bought it. I'd do it again.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for filling in the gaps 17. Januar 2012
Von J. SHOEMATE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a absolutely great book for basics of pistol craft. Includes defintions, proper mindset, eye and hand posture instructions, and everything a person would need to pick up a handgun for the first time. I picked up a couple other books looking to fill in the gaps in my knowledge and troubleshoot some issues but found them either too specialized or just lacking in actual content. This book was exactly what I was looking for.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Tactical Pistol Shooting 12. Juli 2011
Von Sam Adams - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
1st edition 2005. 2nd edition 2009.

The 2nd edition is mainly a reformatting of the text, page layout and design, and a replacement of the photos demonstrating the techniques described. These changes improve the aesthetics and readability of the book. With very few exceptions, the text itself is the same. A short chapter on body mechanics and pistol shooting has been added. One technique is slightly different: magazine change while wounded now involves kneeling on one knee instead of both knees. The photos use a different demonstrator (who shoots right-handed and is left-eye dominant) holding a Glock. These photos give a better view of the techniques than those of the 1st edition. The eighteen page appendix of the 1st edition on shooting schools isn't in the 2nd edition. The 2nd edition is a better made softcover, with better paper and better binding.

In either edition, this isn't a book on how to shoot IPSIC or some other competitive gun-game sport. It's on real-world, self-defense combat shooting with a semi-automatic handgun. The focus is on the physical movements and techniques that are effective to that end. Lawrence does not discuss the psychology of self-defense or the psychology of shooting. He does not discuss the legal issues of self-defense or the topic of concealed carry. There is nothing here about retaining your firearm during a physical assault nor about unarming an assailant. This is a single-topic book: tactical pistol shooting, tactics and techniques that work.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Samething they taught us with rifle I learned with pistol 14. September 2011
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While I admit I did not thoroughly read the 2nd edition, this review is based on the first book as I dont feel there is a significant difference between the two. When I was in the army they taught us tactical rifle shooting, shooter ready, etc. This is pretty much the samething here in the 2nd edition but applied with the pistol, and it is beautifully done. Like any operator or any firearms instructor writing a book he discusses the fundamentals, which eye dominant you are, not to mention the four rules of weopons handling. He dabbles lightly in combat mindset, "combat codes of awareness".

He discusses tac reload,speed reload, even reloading while you have an injured arm (shooting/non shooting), shooting with your non firing hand. This paticular portion of makes it unique among alot of the books out there, as I have read some material from Andy Stanford, and Gabe Suarez and to my recollection, neither of them discuss much of if any the topic that Erik has dedicated a chapter to shooting while wounded, (chapter 10 1st Edition).

What was also really neat were the sections of shooting while taking cover, as well as moving while shooting, walk stop and shoot, also transitioning from primary weopon (rifle or shotgun) to secondary (pistol).He offers three examples of transitioning which in my opinon is really all you need, though if you have a sling, problem solved.

I must note while he does discuss alittle bit on shooting behing cover, and shooting while moving, this is not a M.O.U.T or cqb clearing a room book. If that is what you want, then look no further than Mr. Suarez, Gabe.

But overall, 5 stars.
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