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    Christiansburg VA

    Carry related books

    For the others out there whos fammilys want to see some form of " higger education" LOL. I was thinking of a post to recomend good, or point out bad books about CC, probobly start with two catigories, CC BASICS, wepon choice, carry methods... and the more advanced, TACTICS AND LEATHAL FORCE.
    I am sure I am not the only one who would benifit frome a few good sugestions.
    "When you care enough to send the best... Shoot a .45"

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    No second Place Winner- Bill Jordan
    The Truth about Self Protection- Massad Ayoob
    In the Gravest Extreme- Massad Ayoob
    StressFire- Massad Ayoob
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    I must second HK4U's list, although I would add one more, John Bianchi's 'Blue Steel and Gunleather." He has a photo of himself in a suit, and sad to say, he looks like a police detective in the mold of Joe Friday. He then has the same position, but with his jacket opened and his pants legs pulled up. It is amazing that a person can carry that many guns and not have them print anywhere. It reminded me of when we had the Tyson gang escape, they sent a detective to stand guard on the radio room. He asked if I would watch his arsenal when he went to the boy bush. He piled more guns than I have seen outside of a gun shop on the desk. I have to guess he really believed in a New York reload. i.e. grab another loaded gun.
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    A man without a gun is a subject; a man with a gun is a citizen.
    I'll keep my freedom, my guns and my money. You can keep THE CHANGE.
    An armed society is a polite society.

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    Some of My Carry Related Books

    As I sit here in the den looking at the bookshelf, here are a few of mine:
    1. The Concealed Handgun Manual - Chris Bird
    2. Effective Handgun Defense - Frank W James
    3. Tactical Pistol Marksmanship - Gabe Suarez
    4. The Tactical Pistol - Gabriel Suarez
    5. Force-On-Force Gunfight Training - Gabriel Suarez
    6. Defensive Shooting for Real-Life Encounters - Ralph Mroz
    7. Real-World Survival - Walt Rauch
    Dennis Young

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    NRA Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, and Personal Protection Instructor
    Law Enforcement Force-on-Force Instructor
    ASI Certified Baton Instructor
    ASI Certified Defense Spray Instructor
    Member - National Concealed Firearms Instructors Association

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    Don't forget anything by Col. Jeff Copper.

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    Hidden In Plain Sight - Troy Bloodworth & Mike Raley
    Practical Pistol Manual - Bill Clede
    In The Gravest Extreme - Massad F. Ayoob
    The Concealed Handgun Manual - Chris Bird

    Not in any order.

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    boyzoi Guest


    I may be off the mark here completly, and if so I apologize, but there is a tremendous book for up close hand to hand ( and much more) that may interest a few on here. If you can get your head around eastern philosophy mixed with hard-wired strategy, you will "get it".
    A Book of Five Rings........Miyamoto Musashi

  9. I noticed that Instructor Dennis had Concealed Handgun Manual by Chris Bird at the top of his list. It is definitely on top of my list! It pretty well covers it all>


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