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The whole FIST-FIRE explosions, limousines, matrix style look just reeks of the "Extreme Shok" hyped up marketing style that usually under performs...
They tell me what sells a bottle of wine is the label. So, here's a little background information about the cover:
At the time (back about 10 years ago) my friend Mike Noell, former Navy Seal and President/Founder of Blackhawk Products, offered to have his graphics department do the covers for me, gratis. My book was entitled:
“FIST-FIRE: Defensive Speed Shooting Techniques for Self Defense, Executive Protection & Concealed Carry”
That said, I did not see anything at all wrong with the limo, explosions, flames or gun play. And if you'll notice, the lovely lady shooter is shown (3) times in (3) different shooting positions. These (3) shooting positions are the foundations of the entire FIST-FIRE System:
The Guard: This is the first level of weapons presentation used in the FIST-FIRE System. It's a retention shooting position designed to guard the gun from disarms and to deliver COM hits from a compressed ready position on demand and under stress.
Partial Extension: This is the second level of weapons presentation in the FIST-FIRE System. It's called the “Reverse Weaver” shooting position where the gun can be used very effectively at partial extension for “Point Shooting” by looking over the sights. It can also be used with the sights simply by raising the gun up and into the line of sight. Many Top Shooters have adopted this shooting style.
Full Extension: This is the third level of weapons presentation which is the Surgical Speed Shooting position designed for maximum accuracy at maximum speed.
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