Accurate revolver shooting is so easy to learn and so important in an officer's profession that it seems it should not be neglected as it has been in the training of officers for the service. This accomplishment is not limited to a few gifted artists, born to shoot a revolver, but is easily within reach of any ordinary man who is willing to give to it a little work and attention. In most cases a little conscientious practice, properly directed, will make a poor shot into an expert; that is, progress at the beginning is so rapid and the results are so obvious that mere interest changed to fascination and one keeps on shooting and developing until he reaches the highest stages of the shooting game.
It is the object of this article to point out the details of a system used to attain the best results with a service gun.
Remember first that the revolver is a very dangerous weapon, especially when not loaded.