Massad Ayoob

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Massad Ayoob is an internationally-known firearms and self-defense instructor. He has taught police techniques and civilian self-defense to both law enforcement officers and private citizens in numerous venues since 1974. He is a frequent contributor to Backwoods Home Magazine.

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Title ISBN Year of first publication
Armed and Alive   1979
In The Gravest Extreme: The Role of the Firearm in Personal Protection ISBN 978-0-936279-00-8 1980
The Experts Speak Out: The Police View of Gun Control   1981
The Truth About Self-Protection ISBN 978-0-936279-13-8 1983
Stressfire. Volume I of Gunfighting for Police: Advanced Tactics and Techniques with Ray Chapman ISBN 978-0-936279-03-9 1986
Gunproof Your Children / Massad Ayoob's Handgun Primer ISBN 978-0-936279-05-3 1986
Hit The White Part ISBN 978-0-936279-01-5 1986
The Semi-Automatic Pistol in Police Service and Self Defense ISBN 978-0-936279-07-7 1987
Police Survival Shooting (How Close is too Close)   1990
Stressfire II: Advanced Combat Shotgun. Volume II of Gunfighting for Police: Advanced Tactics and Techniques ISBN 978-0-936279-11-4 1992
Effective Defense: The Woman, the Plan, the Gun with Gila May-Hayes ISBN 978-1-885036-01-8 1994
Ayoob on Firearms CD collection of 40 articles from Backwoods Home Magazine 1994-2001
Ayoob Files: The Book ISBN 978-0-936279-16-9 1995
Fundamentals of Modern Police Impact Weapons ISBN 978-0-398-03748-2 1996
The Complete Book of Handguns   1998–2001
The Gun Digest Book of Combat Handgunnery (with Chuck Taylor) ISBN 978-0-89689-525-6 2002
Gun Digest Book of SIG-Sauer: A Complete Look at SIG Sauer Pistols ISBN 978-0-87349-755-8 2004
The Gun Digest Book Of Beretta Pistols ISBN 978-0-87349-998-9 2005
The Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry ISBN 978-0-89689-611-6 2008
Greatest Handguns of The World ISBN 978-1-4402-0825-6 2010


Videos

Title Year of first publication
Stressfire Volume III: Rifle year unknown
LFI Handgun Safety year unknown
Physio-Psychological Aspects of Violent Encounters year unknown
Post Shooting Trauma year unknown
Judicious Use of Deadly Force 1990
Make Ready with Massad Ayoob Home Defense 2011
Make Ready with Massad Ayoob On Concealed Carry" 2013
Make Ready with Massad Ayoob Lethal Force FAQ" 2013

Podcasts

Massad Ayoob has been co-hosting the ProArms Podcast.[1] Their podcast is one of many associated with the Gun Rights Radio Network (a network that supports gun rights and provides other pro-gun podcasts and forums to allow interaction between hosts and members).[2]


Massad Ayoob Humor

Massad Ayoob is so tough that he:

  • Smacks Jack Bauer (24) around until Jack agrees that plastic pistols are "OK" to use.
  • Tells Charles Bronson that "shot placement is key" when shooting vigilantes with a nickel-plated .32.
  • Mentions to Lee Marvin that taking 12 military criminals on a suicide mission probably means he's not on the Colonel's List.
  • Tells Major Hogan in Stalag 13 to actually leave the camp since the series lasted longer than the war.
  • Shows up in Colorado for a nice hunting trip when some pesky Russians show up. Extremely peeved at them for messing up his vacation, he recruits some plucky teenagers and then successfully drives the Russians outside North America. A documentary called "Red Dawn" is made. Ayoob asks not to be credited.
  • Smacks some sense into John Connor (Terminator) and states that bad things tend to happen when plot devices, successfully used in the first 2 movies, tend to suck when an older actor is looking for a new vehicle. He then drives off the newly arrived Terminator machines.
  • Assists Kate Beckinsdale when she is trying to shoot through the floor by hitting "pause" and actively sawing a circle out under her feet, and by secretly reloading her guns.

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