Defensive revolver fundamentals.

Defensive revolver fundamentals.

This is a discussion on Defensive revolver fundamentals. within the Defensive Books, Video & References forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well I've been eyeing Grant Cunningham's book since I seen it on Gun Digest in Dec. I picked it up today at Barnes and nobles. ...

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    Defensive revolver fundamentals.

    Well I've been eyeing Grant Cunningham's book since I seen it on Gun Digest in Dec. I picked it up today at Barnes and nobles. it was the only copy. My 17yo daughter asked if we could stop in there, so I thought I would take a look and there it was.I read his book "Book of revolvers" last year and really enjoyed it. Looking forward to see what this new one has in it. As a revolver lover I enjoy seeing books about them. It just refreshing to see them get some credit. If you don't hear much from me this weekend I reading and rereading.


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    Let us know I might pick it up myself
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    Will do.
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    I'll be watching for your book report also.
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    Great book.
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    That book is excellent. Every concealed carrier should read it regardless of what they carry.


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    DetChris took the words out of my mouth. Grant has a very good way of communicating things you don't normally think about in a very clear, common sense manner.
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    I need to pick this up. The only revolver-focused book on the gun library shelf around here is Ed McGivern's classic work.
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    I just received my copy from Amazon a few days ago and so far, I have found it to be very informative and easy to read. I plan on reading straight through it the first time then going back through a second time with a highlighter.

    I highly recommend this book to anybody who carries a wheel gun, even if it's only once a month.


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    Only $11.99 for the Kindle edition... might just have to grab that.

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    I am a a quarter of the way through Cunningham so book on defensive revolver and a good read so far

    just 'bout the action boss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    I need to pick this up. The only revolver-focused book on the gun library shelf around here is Ed McGivern's classic work.
    Lots of great info in Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting, but it has to be the driest book I've ever read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Lots of great info in Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting, but it has to be the driest book I've ever read.
    The best part of the book--IMHO--was the section geared to law enforcement.
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    My son gave me a copy for Christmas. I keep it by my recliner and review sections when I am bored with whats on TV. Very worthwhile read.

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    Sorry guys. My relaxing weekend turned to turmoil. I've been on here a bit but haven't really had the time to get into the book.

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