By William D. Frazer
First released within the early 1900s, just about all of American Pistol taking pictures is nonetheless proper at the present time, even regardless of the large technological adjustments that experience swept around the face of the gun undefined. The options defined might help a person up their online game and nil in on their target. no matter if working towards on my own within the yard or practising on the capturing diversity, significant William D. Frazer’s e-book is a must-have for an individual drawn to the game of taking pictures and the heritage of the gun.
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Extra resources for American Pistol Shooting
Standardized target practice. Shooting for fun. Large caliber versus small bore. Miscellaneous practice. Chapter III. ON SELECTING PISTOLS Necessity for care in selecting pistols. The all-around pistol. Pistols for each class of practice. Points to be considered in purchasing. Beware of cheap foreign pistols. Used pistols. Mechanical efficiency, reliability and accuracy of pistols. Cost and availability of ammunition. Fit and balance. Unsatisfactory stock pistols. Test for balance. Good fitting grips.
Progress records. Analysing results. The fallacy of match shooting. Developing the love of competition in a novice. Valueless practice. Promotion of competitions. The U. S. R. A. and the N. R. A. matches. The fair-weather shot. The lone shooter. Shoulder to shoulder matches. Physical condition and training for competitions. The ideal condition. Personal habits. The effects of alcohol, tobacco, coffee and similar stimulants. The important factors in maintaining physical and mental efficiency. Training periods.
The ideal condition. Personal habits. The effects of alcohol, tobacco, coffee and similar stimulants. The important factors in maintaining physical and mental efficiency. Training periods. Daily practice. Dangers of overshooting. Staleness. Care of the eyes. Too much sleep. Hardening up. Practicing in a wind. Changing pistols. Overweight triggers. Preparation of equipment. Checking sights. Inspecting ammunition. Blackening sights. Familiarity with rules and conduct of matches. Behavior on the firing line.