Click to Purchase FM 23-35 Combat Training With Pistols & Revolvers (1988) covers the basics of combat shooting of handguns.
This publication applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard (ARNG)/Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS), and the US Army Reserve (USAR) unless otherwise stated.
It provides guidance on the operation and marksmanship of the M9, 9mm pistol and the M11, 9mm pistol.
Continue reading “Free PDF: FM 23-35 Combat Training With Pistols & Revolvers (1988)” Click to Purchase Hatcher’s Notebook is still a classic in the early development of applied ballistics. Much of the information contained within this book is still relevant to many of today’s firearms and their use. It is recommended for any serious technical shooter or amateur ballistician. Continue reading “Free PDF: Hatcher’s Notebook” Click to Purchase I am an NRA Chief Range Safety Officer, and as such occasionally teach the Range Safety Officer course. Running safe firearm ranges is very important to me.
Everytime a range has an accident or an instructor does something stupid in class it hurts our cause.
I am posting this Pamphlet from the Department of the Army to give one more resource on Range Safety so that anyone developing their own range can create proper range rules.
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