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Sig Sauer P-Series: How To Shoot
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Lenny Magill Productions in association with master competition shooter and world renowned pistolsmith Bill Wilson, presents a series of programs designed to help all gun owners shoot better, understand how semi-automatic pistols operate, fieldstrip, clean, lubricate and then reassemble seven of the most popular semi-automatic pistols in the world. Fieldstripping is the process of breaking the gun down to its major components to enable the operator to clean and lubricate the firearm. Each tape shows in detail how to shoot and how these pistols operate with excellent animation sequences showing cutaway views of pistols firing and cycling as well as proper sight picture and sight alignment. Additionally, strict attention is paid to how much lubrication should be used and where it should be applied. Plus, an informative question and answer session with Bill Wilson sharing his years of insight regarding corrosive vs. non-corrosive ammo, how-to-shoot, and lots more. All professionally produced and presented by Lenny Magill Productions... quality you can depend on!
Complete information for how to shoot, disassemble, maintain, lubricate and reassemble Sig Sauer P226 and P220 pistols. Information applies to most other Sig Sauer pistol models.
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