New York: A.S. Barnes & Company.
Hardcover. Good. pp x, 219, illustrated with reproduced black and white photographs, Later printing, year of publication not stated on title page, last copyright date given as 1941. Red cloth boards are lightly soiled, slight spine lean, binding tight, text clean. No dust jacket. Written for both beginner-shooters and experts. Covers the equipment, proper handling, and training techniques to shoot a handgun expertly. Chapter titles include: The Appeal of Pistol Shooting, Buying the First Handgun, How to Stand when Shooting, How to Grasp the Handgun, How to Manage the Trigger, How to Adjust the Sights, The Basic Training- Slow Fire, Rapid-Fire Shooting, Trying to Anchor Shot Groups, Match-Shooting Psychology, The Confidence to Win, Things to be Remembered in Match Shooting, Selecting a .45 Automatic, Primary Handgun Ballistics, Shooting by Instinctive Pointing, The Pistol in Modern Warfare, Guns for Defensive Use, Notes on Killing Power, The Grand Old Peacemaker .45, How to Handle the Double-Action Gun, Holsters and Cartridge Belts.