The objective of this WW2 period work was to train officers and men to handle the .38 service revolver with sufficient skill and confidence to defend themeless effectively, and to hit a target in the shortest time. This is the so called “instinctive” shooting method, one that will have a skilled man pulling the trigger with dexterity, in a fraction of a second in any tricky situation. Published by Gale & Polden the respected military supplIer, this title’s photographic plates feature Ernest Polden posing for the all-important matters of grip, trigger pressing, and aiming.
Captain E H Robinson, Bisley prize winner 1923
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SB 68pp, with diagrams photographic plates. 2018 N&MP Reprint of 1941 Original Edition
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