Achieving an advanced level of shooting skill is largely a matter of refining basic technique. Shooting really well is not necessarily EASY, it does require a fair amount of practice, but it’s not terribly complicated either. Most people don’t want to spend huge amounts of time reinventing the wheel. Nor do they want to read an encyclopedia discussing every teeny-tiny facet of how to shoot a handgun fast and well. They just want someone, who already knows how to do all this stuff, to tell them what works, in a short, simple, easy to understand fashion, so they can get started using solid technique. That is what this book does, for a brief but informative 50 pages, with 27 full-color photos.