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  1. I'm always trying to read and learn

    Has anyone on the forum read this book? I'm curious because it's so short.

    Tactical Firearms Training Secrets

    Is it worth the time to read?
    If I'm laying in an emergency room, dying from a gunshot wound, I don't want to answer my wife's inquiry as to why I wasn't armed with "There was a 'NO HANDGUNS' sign on the door and my integrity got the best of me!"

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  3. I am a bit turned off by the hype in the ad. PhD level training for $19?

    “The book starts off with a foundation of simple, fun, dry fire exercises and will take you all the way up to wicked smart, PhD level firearms training psychology and physiology that will completely transform the way that you view training.”

    That being said, I did find 2 online reviews that indicate that the book could be beneficial. While there were some criticisms, no one panned the book.

    Book Review- Tactical Firearms Training Secrets by David Morris | Active Response Training
    Tactical Firearms Training Secrets: that you can use in the privacy of your own home to hardwire elite Spec Ops level combat and competition shooting skills quickly and for little to no money.: Amazon.co.uk: David Morris: 9781470082826: Books

  4. I've read those also...........thanks.
    If I'm laying in an emergency room, dying from a gunshot wound, I don't want to answer my wife's inquiry as to why I wasn't armed with "There was a 'NO HANDGUNS' sign on the door and my integrity got the best of me!"

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