Mike Pannone, an SME on all things small-arms, has a new handbook out on the Glock. If it's anything like his M4 handbook, it should be very good.
I've read Erik Lawrence's book on pistol shooting from the same source and it's a very good resource.
The Glock Handbook is a pocket reference intended for use by shooters of every level. It gives a quick reference as well as a refresher prior to giving or receiving instruction and contains all the fundamental informational needs to operate, maintain and train with any Glock pistol.
- Full Color Photos / Diagrams
- 76 page, coil bound booklet
- 4” x 6” Compact Size
- Easily fits in a cargo pocket or range bag
- Excellent training manual
About the Author:
Mike Pannone is a former operational member of U.S. Marine Reconnaissance, U.S. Army Special Forces, and specially selected elements of the Joint Special Operations Command. He has participated in stabilization, combat, and high risk protection operations in support of U.S. policies throughout the world as both an active duty military member and a defense contractor. He was the head marksmanship instructor beginning in March of 2002 at the Federal Air Marshal School in Atlantic City and then took a full time position as the head marksmanship and tactics instructor at the Seattle Field Office of the same agency. Some of his qualifications aside from military and sport shooting (IPSC) experience are:
- Glock Certified Armorer
- Federal Firearms Instructor (qualified as Distinguished Weapons Expert)
- Federal Air Marshal Instructor Course (High Shooter)
- NRA certified Law Enforcement Pistol, Shotgun and Patrol Rifle Instructor