Written by Gregory Boyce Morrison, Jeff Cooper as Editorial Adviser. Soft Cover edition. Published in 1991 by Gunsite Press, 153 Pages in length.
An Exert from the Forward reads “It must be emphasized that the Modern Technique of the Pistol is a completely civilian development and not a product of either the Police or the military establishment. It is practically impossible for anything radical or innovative to be introduced by people on the public payroll, bureaucracy being what it is. Several of the people involved in the movement were indeed in the public service at one time or another, but their pioneering work in shooting wad one on their own time, at their own expense, and in some cases contrary to the policies of their supervisors.”
The first paragraph of the Preface reads “The Modern Pistol Technique offers peace of mind. The student of crisis management seeks the ability to control events within his immediate environment and, if necessary, to neutralize the adversary who would otherwise inflict serious injury or death”
PART ONE: Mind-set
PART TWO: Gunhandling
PART THREE: Marksmanship
PART FOUR: Additional Essential Subjects
APPENDICES: Practice Suggestions, Glossary