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MLEFIAA FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE MANUAL
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Compiled & Edited
by
Officer Joseph Picariello
Princeton Police Dept.
&
Officer Todd Bailey
Kingston Police Dept.

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POLICE PISTOLCRAFT
The Reality-Based New Paradigm of Police Firearms Training
&
OFFICER'S GUIDE TO POLICE PISTOLCRAFT

by Michael E. Conti
(Former Director of the Mass. State Police FTU,
MLEFIAA member and Training Coordinator). 

WARNING - If you dislike working out of your comfort zone and have no interest in creating a firearms training program that will keep your officers alive in a deadly force encounter - go back to your rocking chair as this book is NOT for you.
 
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JELLY BRYCE - The Legend Begins
This is Mike Conti's first novel and combines the author's love of history and firearms with his ability to spin a good yarn.  While based on historical fact, this is a work of fiction which will entertain almost anyone.  On his way to enroll in college in 1928, Delf Albert Bryce won a $20 gold piece in a police shooting competition and found himself hired as an Oklahoma City police officer on the night shift.  The reader will follow Bryce's adventures as he finds his nitch in law enforcement and builds a reputation for catching criminals and having a fast gun which rivals the likes of Ed McGivern.  Bryce's skill with a .44 Special brings him to the attention of the fledgling U.S. Bureau of Investigation and its Director - J. Edgar Hoover and sets the stage for Volume II of this series.