Armed and Smarter: Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training

Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training
Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training

 

Student of the Gun
Student of the Gun

Biloxi, Mississippi -(Ammoland) Following the first book, Armed & Smart, Whitman Publishing has released, Armed & Smarter: Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training.

This is a continuation of the original theme with more detailed information for the experienced shooter and gun owner. Like the first, Armed & Smarter is co-authored by Paul Markel, host of Student of the Gun radio and TV.

Take your handgun knowledge to a higher level with Armed & Smarter: Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons & Training. When your life is on the line, it pays to be prepared. That’s why Whitman Books has selected experts with decades of military and SWAT law enforcement training to share their how-to-shoot knowledge, as well as the many ways to carry and outfit your pistol.

When it comes to carrying your handgun, know your holster and how to use it. This text will help you pick the right one for activities that range from concealed carry to full-blown competition match gear.

Training & Practice methods and drills will raise your skill and confidence levels, too.

What’s Inside:

  • Improve your shooting techniques – at the range or under pressure
  • Shooting Techniques
  • Accessories like – Lights – Sights – Lasers

Order your copy at Armed and Smarter; Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training

  • 2 thoughts on “Armed and Smarter: Advanced Concealed Carry Weapons and Training

    1. What we need is one more book on concealed carry and close quarter combat techniques. Then we can have more unprepared handgunners carrying their high-speed death machines around. Reading is NO substitute for training. And dry-practice or range fire is no substitute for training. Train like you fight – fight like you train. Or I guess, fight like you read.

    2. Well Miles, aren’t you just God’s gift to all things shooting. Your ignorance and tackiness is evident. Clearly instead of being here commenting you should point a camera at yourself and make a YouTube video about how awesome you are. Make sure to dress tactically.

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