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Book Giveaway: Feed Your Revolver Obsession

The new Gun Digest Book of the Revolver by Grant Cunningham is in, and whether you use your revolver for sport, hunting, competition or self-defense, there’s something in it for you.

I knew this was good material when I first received the manuscript from Grant, and now that the book is out, it looks like readers agree. Check out what some of the readers at Amazon have to say:

  • “This is an excellent book by a first class gunsmith. I am an experienced shooter, but there was enough material in the book that was new to me for it to be a worthwhile purchase. He addresses a lot of issues not found in other books on shooting.”
  • “Grant Cunningham has written a most useful catechism of modern revolver doctrine. The photos and text are clear and easy to follow for neophytes and even experienced revolver shooters will absorb sound technique from his teachings. Just a few of his tips are alone worth the price of the book.”
  • “The author does a great job of keeping the readers’ attention with good humor and fun while at the same time keeping on track with the subject involved. Can’t wait to put his advice into practice.”
  • “Grant’s style is honest,factual,concise and funny. You won’t regret having this book in your gun library!”

This week, one lucky winner will get a free copy of Gun Digest Book of the Revolver.

You know the drill – To enter the random drawing, post a comment below and answer the question, “Do you use your revolver for sport, hunting, competition or self-defense?” Or, as always, you can just say you’d like to win the book, and you’re in.

Entries will be accepted until midnight Sunday (Nov. 20) and we’ll announce the winners on Monday (Nov. 21).

Good luck!

THE RULES
One entry per person, please.
Entries accepted until 11:59 pm Central Time Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011.
Winner will be selected at random and announced Monday, Nov. 21, 2011.

F+W MEDIA/ GUN DIGEST Book Giveaway OFFICIAL RULES

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.

A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.

OFFERED ONLY TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (“U.S.”), AGED 18 YEARS OR OLDER.

1. ELIGIBILITY: Open to legal U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older. Employees, officers and directors of F+W Media, Inc. (“Sponsor”), its subsidiaries, affiliates, advertising and

44 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Feed Your Revolver Obsession

  1. kansascandr

    Do you use your revolver for sport, hunting, competition or self-defense?

    My revolvers are mostly used for sport however I do carry a S&W Model 642 in a pocket holster in situations where my 1911 is too heavy, difficult to conceal or inconvenient for any other reason.

  2. Gloucestre

    I have recently become interested in revolvers through acquiring some antique Civil War handguns, I am in the (long) process of obtaining some reproductions which I can shoot.
    I am Australian and our current laws make it difficult and time consuming to legally own handguns (even black powder ones), however I am determined to do so despite their efforts to disarm us.
    I have a thirst for knowledge in regards to revolvers especially their history and correct use.

  3. darkwater67

    I use my revolvers for self-defense. I sold my only semi-auto and am focusing entirely on revolvers. I appreciate their simplicity and reliability. Quoting what others have said, a revolver is an elegant weapon from a more civilized age.

  4. dfsdo

    Revolvers are as much a part of the handgun scene as they have been since their inception. With the new design and materials technology, they will continue to “ride” with us for the foreseeable future.

  5. bikesrususa

    I own a few revolvers as well. Use them for all the purposes listed above. Just purchased a 327 Federal Magnum. The velocity of this cartridge is quite impressive. They claim very little recoil. Can’t wait to fire it and read this Revolver book.

  6. 1911tj

    i use a colt commander custom built for self-defence and hunting along with a coonan 357 mag semi=auto for hunting and ruger redhawk 44 mag for hunting. would really like this book

  7. dcotner

    Had a matched pair of Herter’s western 22 revolvers but they were stolen. Used them for sporting shooting/plinking. Now looking for replacement.This book might help in my search.

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