Automatic Pistol Shooting is significant because it puts the semiautomatic pistol into historical perspective. Walter Winans wrote it in 1915, during the early days of World War I, with an eye to the future of both sport and combat shooting, as well to a bygone and (to his thinking) more civilized age when disputes were settled with dueling pistols. This acclaimed shootist offered straightforward technical advice for using the new automatic pistol, and much of it has been reinforced by subsequent generations of firearms experts. In fact, much of what he taught almost a century ago is still practical and relevant today, especially his teachings on learning to shoot and shooting competitively. Complete your library by adding this quality reproduction of a classic firearms manual
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