FAST AND FANCY REVOLVER SHOOTING PDF!
Edward ('Ed') McGivern (October 20, – December 12, ) was a famous exhibition shooter, shooting instructor and author of the book Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting Exhibition shooting · Long range shooting. Ed McGivern's Book of Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting has 46 ratings and 6 reviews. Checkman said: As stated by other reviewers the writing is dated and. In I was working for the San Diego County Sheriff's Department as Rangemaster for Sheriff. Copyright © by Top Gun Motorcycles. Back to Top.
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As always it was in perfect condition and was delivered quickly. Fast and fancy revolver shooting course it's informative, but it's also got surprisingly lively writing. Advice on trigger c As stated by other reviewers the writing is dated and difficult to read for any length of time.
Advice on trigger control, proper grip, sights, ammunition, holsters etc. All of these things are still applicable.
Yes shooters now use some techniques that McGivern wouldn't have though of back in the 's the Weaver stance and the Isocoles Stance for example. Yes much of the technology that he spends so much time on electric timer etc. And yes much of what is in the book is basic,but all fast and fancy revolver shooting can stand to review the basics.
I was also surprised to see that some of his techniques are not only still being used but have actually been brought back into vogue by the current crop of "tactical" handgun shooters.
Yet, what I really like about the book, is in regards to it's historical worth.
McGivern demonstrated that with proper sights and use, the. His preferred type of iron sight for this use was a small-diameter rear aperture and a post with a gold bead for the front. Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography: University of Nebraska Press.