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New Book

July 20, 2018

Per the request of a number of readers, I am announcing a pre-sale event for the new book. The new book is titled Guerrilla Gunfighter, Volume One: Clandestine Carry Pistol. This is the Clandestine Carry Pistol course, in book form, with a great deal more information. The book so far, which is at the editor now, runs just over 300 pages (which is largely unheard of in a pistol training book). The book covers the usual “Here is how you shoot a pistol,” content, but then goes on to put that content into context, illustrating and discussing different contextual applications of those core skills. It also includes a complete training program-of-instruction (POI), and a sustained practice program, as well as in-depth discussion of fighting mindset development, weapon and support gear selection and set-up, and optimization of sub-prime weapon choices, when you have to run whatever happens to be available.

Release date for the book is 1SEP18. While I encourage pre-order, at the reduced price (final price will be based on final page count and printing costs), recognize that if you do pre-order you should not expect the book to ship before 1SEP (miracles do occur though), and there is always a chance that final publication may be delayed slightly, if unforeseen problems arise.



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  1. Comrade X permalink

    When can you pre order? How much and how?

  2. rippedsmurfs permalink

    Link to order?

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  3. Roger Witt permalink

    I’ll take one. Let me know how you’d like to receive your funds. Thanks Roger Witt

  4. Michael Lemieux permalink

    I would like to pre-order, what is the “reduced price” and is there a link to order/pay?


  5. David Decker permalink


    I am interested in pre-ordering so where do I do that? thanks.

    David W Decker

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  6. Brent permalink

    John, what subject matter is planned for Vol. II?

  7. James Compliment permalink

    Great. It would be great to receive the books my son ordered for me for Father’s Day. Just sayin, though I could say more.

    James Compliment

  8. John permalink

    Pre-ordered today to support your effort. 1 September will be here soon enough.

  9. Diz permalink

    Just ordered.

  10. Roseman permalink

    I recently finished reading ‘Forging The Hero’.
    If all of your books are of similar competence and expertise, they are a bargain at the asking price.

  11. Jake permalink

    To All Concerned,
    I have tried to order three times now, from multiple platforms, and the process has not completed, leaving me with an error pop-up from the website. I would like to pre-order two of the forthcoming books, but have yet to find any contact to address the system issue. Is there a contact to address this?

  12. Slow Joe Crow permalink

    I pre ordered the book and figured it might take​ a while to get the book but it was well worth the money and the time spent waiting. This was my first book from the author and I will definitely order a few more of his books when I can. The book looks very professionally made for “just a paperback” as some commenter said. This information is something that even people who have been to Ft. Benning’s school for young gentlemen likely will not know since the knowledge is of the covert or low profile type. It’s obvious that the author is very intelligent and I feel like when things go the way it looks like they’re going you’ll find the info very useful. I do however wish that mister Mosby wouldn’t underestimate the demand for his books and would also offer a package deal to buy them all at once at some kind of discount and to save on shipping.

  13. John permalink

    Worth the wait and the price. Text explains both “how to” and “why” for each of the essential skills and drills. Also provides some critical material for self-reflection so that the aspiring practicitioner can assess their own motives and make important decisions in advance of crisis.

    The Task, Condition, and Standards in the pro forma training plan are worth the price of the book. TSC provides important context to shape your deliberate practice.

    Also notable is the extensive explanation of dynamic decision making with a gun. Mosby’s effort to correct misapplication of Boyd’s decision process is unmistakable and solidly grounded.

    Want specific equipment recommendations? Mossy explains his choices and the reasons for them. He also offers advice on why other choices might be useful to some individuals.

    Overall, solidly done.

    Internalize the theory. Practice the drills. Read some of the books listed in the additional reading sections.

    Waiting for the carbine book.

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