Bullseyes Don't Shoot Back

The Complete Textbook of Point Shooting for Close Quarters Combat

by Col. Rex Applegate and Michael D. Janich


120 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

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Learn why point shooting is the most practical technique for aiming and shooting a handgun in a real gunfight. This instructional guide teaches you how and when to use point shooting, compares it to two-handed sighted fire and tells how a major police training facility is teaching point shooting with stunning results.
The late Colonel Rex Applegate was universally recognized as America's foremost authority on close combat with or without weapons.

Michael D. Janich is one of the foremost modern authorities on handgun point shooting and one of the few contemporary instructors to have personally trained with the late close-combat legend Col. Rex Applegate. In addition to making his own martial arts equipment, noted martial arts author and instructor Michael Janich has designed and engineered everything from blowguns to knives, including the highly acclaimed Masters of Defense Tempest folding knife.
1) Why Point Shooting?
2) Circumstances of the Typical Gunfight and Practical Gunfighting Technique
3) Combat Shooting, Distance, and Time
4) The Body Point
5) Point Shooting
6) Two-Handed Point Shooting
7) Two-Handed Sighted Fire
8) Shooting from the Draw
9) Point Shooting vs. the State of the Art
10) Training Tips
11) The Rediscovery of Point Shooting by Law Enforcement by Steve Barron, Hocking College, Ohio
12) Suggestions for Further Study