Concealed Carry-----Massad Ayoob

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    Love that super deep voice of his!
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    So I just finished his ammunition selection. Boy does he make some great points about over penetration, the right bullet type and where I think 9mm gets the dirty misconception about one shot stops. I am also surprised he doesn't mention the Glock 26. He mentions the XD's a couple of times. I found these sections the most interesting to date. Just flipping through the holster parts now. His points areole cause a up roar on ballistics and ammo choices on here.

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    Starting quite a library on Mas's books. Great reference and review each every few weeks as a reminder on all aspects of gun safety, ccw,& legal aspects of self defense.

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    I've read the book referenced and several other books and articles by Massad Ayoob. I also had the fortuitous opportunity to meet him and talk off the cuff for nearly 30 minutes at the end of an IDPA match in Phoenix a couple years ago. He has replied to several personal emails and does an excellent job of answering questions at Glock Talk in the GATE section on Self Defense.

    At this point in time, with my admittedly limited reading schedule, I think he is one of the most authoritative experts out there because he uses first person sources for HIS information ... often LEO agencies and the court system. He even addresses one of THE most critical considerations about concealed carry and that's what to do after a justified exercise of your Constitutional rights of self defense.

    Good stuff. Great author.
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    Many of his books on the shelf. I've had to buy "In the Gravest Extreme" a number of times to replace copies I've given/lent away. I was fortunate enough to attend LFI back in the late 80's... Exceptional training.

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    Currently watching one of his videos...knows his stuff....but I think he is a little proud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgb View Post
    ... and if memory serves misanalysed the Platt/Maddox Miami shootout.
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    I believe Mas is a member of this site as well. I've had the chance to talk to him through email several times and if my memory serves me, he did mention in one email that he is a member here.
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    Here is a video of Massad talking about "Stand your ground" Glock Talk Forum
    Ayoob on"Stand Your Ground" - Glock Talk
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdpG19 View Post
    Here is a video of Massad talking about "Stand your ground" Glock Talk Forum
    Ayoob on"Stand Your Ground" - Glock Talk
    Certainly worth a bookmark...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herknav View Post
    How so?
    Massad Ayoob, Shawn Dodson, Reply to Ayoob's Kooky Screed
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    I enjoyed that, thank you.
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    While I would quibble with any contention that Ayoob has been there/done that, I think the most important consideration is to take a step back and look at the overall body of work that he has given the firearms community. Especially the armed citizen.

    I don't think any sincere person could not agree that he has provided many more positives than negatives.

    My comparison? Sigmund Freud. Although some of his work has been questioned/debunked, I do not think that these negatives obviate the great work and contributions he provided the overall cause of psychiatry/psychology/mental health.

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    Lots of good info in the video...thanks for posting the link.

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    Ayoob has forgotten more than many of us know about carry and method. I have never read an article of his that I did not learn something. Good book, great thread.
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