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Tactical Pistol Shooting

Your Guide to Tactics that Work, 2nd Edition

By Erik Lawrence and Mike Pannone

Format: Paperback

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Tactical Pistol Shooting, 2nd Edition provides instruction in defense mindsets, pistol terms, shooting fundamentals and shooting positions, with an emphasis on important safety precautions and lawful personal defense. Appendices include a discussion of shooting standards, equipment supplies listings, progress worksheets and more.

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SKU Z5954
Additional Feature 350 color photos
Author/Speaker/Editor Erik Lawrence and Mike Pannone
File/Trim Size 6 x 9
Format Paperback
ISBN 13 9781440204364
Number Of Pages 256

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Tactical reload Review by Ken F

As a LE firearms inst. for over 30 years I too also teach the tactical reload. However I stress that this is a fine motorskill and under stress trying to hold onto 2 pistol mags. at the same time even with practice, practice, practice will be difficult to do. So something is going to fail, like dropping a magazine.My addition to this reload is that if you have time and distance of cover, simply take a knee so that if you do drop a magazine while you are kneeling it will be alot easier to retreive it and secure it properly. And in regards to a comment (feedback) concerning maintaining a visual on the suspect and possibly fire the round in the chamber while no magazine is in the pistol. He refered to the point that some manufacturers cannot fire without a magazine and some can. Yes!! Know your weapon system and also know how to reload properly. I see to often during a speed load in battery (slide closed on a chambered round)the shooter first dumps the magazine, then fumbles to grasp the fresh magazine to reload. I always teach that if you are going to reload always have the fresh magazine in hand first so that when the empty or near empty magazine comes out the fresh one is inserting. Loading in this matter results in minimal time to reload without jeapardizing the shooters safety regardless of the type of pistol being used. But it is hard to correct bad habits (improper reloading)once that muscle memory is established. Just my thoughts!

(Posted on 2/21/11)

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