Book Review: The Concealed Handgun Manual

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    I have the high bid (for now) on ebay for a copy of this book, glad I read your review!
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    I also recently purchased this book at Borders (yeah, paid full price) and I have found that most of the information in that book, I have either read here on CC or other forums. Basically a rehash of what I've found here on the internet forums. But still, a good book for beginners, if they havent "trolled" the forums that much.

    Also, another good book I picked up at Borders was "the gun digest book of COMBAT HANDGUNNERY, 5th Edition" by Massad Ayoob. Gives abit more detail than CHM does.

    But still, again, both books excellent resource material for CCW and CC.

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    i also just bought and read the 5th edition . i like his way of writing , and the experiences from him alone ,much less the rest of the sources . is worth the price paid at barnes and noble . by the way they(B&N) have only a half of a shelf of related books , as does borders .

    with the gun show in two weeks i'm setting back a big chunk for books . there is generally a couple of large dealers there .

    anyway these were good reads .the first book to suade you the second to enlighten you . i'm looking to get "in the gravest extreme" to perhaps prepare me i've heard . i haven't gotten the definitive training manual yet, though massad's combat handgunnery was pretty close to what i need .
    i think i'll get his "stressfire" and perhaps some other instructors veiwpoint.

    stay focused stay safe stay alert stay sharp


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    Recommended book to add to your library. I've had a little button in my ccw website below where people can directly buy it.

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    Good review, sounds like exactly what I've been looking for!

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    I read this book about a year ago. Great book.
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    Looks like a good book.
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    Picked this one up, good read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by APachon View Post
    What sucks is my Borders and B&N are friggin wicked liberal and do not have such books for the impulse buy. I have to order them and if that is the case I will go to such outfits as Amazon or the like.
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    Ditto to that. I can probably count the number of gun-related books at my local Barnes & Noble on one hand. And I live in Houston, TX for Christ's sake...

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    I even saw that this book is even for sale a Sportsmans Warehouse too!

    But I already had it and read it. A really good read.

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