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 ones of the earlier mention Gabriel Suarez and Gun Magazines like Combat Handguns and Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement. Nonetheless 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").