Enjoy this two-year digital collection of Ayoob Files from 2010-2011 by renowned author, trainer and expert witness Massad Ayoob as originally published in American Handgunner beginning in 1986.
This is part of the full 27-year collection. To order the complete digital collection, click here.
This Ayoob Files 2010-2011 digital collection includes:
Jan/Feb 2010 — “Pistol Versus Rifle-Armed Mass Murderer — At 70 Yards! The Andy Brown Incident
Mar/Apr 2010 — The Homeowner And The Burglar: The Graham/Chambers Shooting
May/Jun 2010 — The Okaloosa County Cop-Killings: The Inside Story
Jul/Aug 2010 — Shot From Ambush, Returning Fire: The Jared Reston Incident
Sep/Oct 2010 — Long Shot: The Mac Scott Incident
Nov/Dec 2010 — Gift Of Life: An Urban Encounter
Jan/Feb 2011 — Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid: How Did They Really Die?
Mar/Apr 2011 — ‘Safety Catch’ Lessons From Real-World Shootings
May/Jun 2011 — Dueling .45s: The Steve Lang Incident
Jul/Aug 2011 — The Lessons Of Edgar Watson
Sep/Oct 2011 — The Tucson Atrocity: Joe Zamudio’s Story
Nov/Dec 2011 — 25 Years After The FBI Firefight: The Late-Emerging
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