American Pistol Shooting by William D. Frazer

By William D. Frazer

The final e-book for the gun fanatic and the historian alike, American Pistol Shooting is a textbook of old-world ideas for profitable taking pictures. the writer significant William D. Frazer was once an exceptionally complete marksman in his day, incomes the U.S. Army’s amazing Marksman badge in 1922. nearly totally self taught, Frazer knew that the realm wanted a entire booklet on pistol capturing procedure, and he used to be the guy to write down that ebook. Brilliantly certain with sections on taking good care of your pistols, set off regulate, shielding taking pictures and fast drawing, or even taking pictures psychology, there's something right here for everyone.
First released within the early 1900s, just about all of American Pistol capturing is nonetheless suitable at the present time, even regardless of the large technological alterations that experience swept around the face of the gun undefined. The innovations defined can assist a person up their online game and 0 in on their target. even if working towards on my own within the yard or training on the capturing variety, significant William D. Frazer’s publication is a must-have for an individual attracted to the game of capturing and the heritage of the gun.

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Pistols for police officers. The most popular police gun. The best gun for semi-military organizations. The author’s recommendations. Pistols for general defensive purposes. Concealed arms. Pistols for recreational shooting. Deliberate fire pistols. Free pistols. All-around small bore pistols. Large bore pistols for general target practice. Chapter IV. THE ESSENTIALS OF PISTOL SHOOTING Qualifications of a master pistol shot. What is an expert? The target shot and the practical marksman. The all-around shot.

Hints on selecting pistols. For target work. For self-defense. Recommendations. Is pistol shooting a suitable sport for ladies? Places to shoot. Out-of-doors. Indoors. The reward for a good shot. Chapter XVIII. GAME SHOOTING Opportunities for shooting game with the pistol. Emergency game shooting. A State hunter’s success. The game pistol as a supplementary arm. For trappers. Coyote shooting. Should heavy caliber pistols be carried when on a big game hunt with the rifle. The real reasons for game shooting with a pistol.

C) Recreational target practice. A knowledge of the characteristics of each style of shooting, including the targets, weapons and methods of firing used, will aid a novice in deciding which kind of practice to take up and the proper pistols to select for the purpose. Military shooting is practiced by the personnel of the Regular, Reserve, and National Guard components of the Army and Navy and in addition by many civilians who either acquired some skill and training in this class of shooting during the World War, or to whom big bore pistol shooting appeals much in the same way as do the fascinations and complications of heavy artillery to the Coast Artilleryman.

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