How was your grandfather taught to shoot his 1911 pistol?
This vintage U.S. Army film shows you how it was done.
Watch and learn how 1911 pistol shooting was done in the U.S. Army back in World War Two.
This vintage U.S. Army training film was previously top secret. Now it is available to the public to see how the soldiers of World War Two were trained on the 1911 .45 ACP pistol. Hurling 230 grains of ball ammunition, this pistol could knock the enemy flat with a good shot. That is where this vintage U.S. Army training video comes in.
Movements, shooting stances and marksmanship are taught in this video with the aid of tracer ammunition. It is quite evident hits are being made with these tracer cartridges.
If you ever have wondered where your military grandfather or great grandfather learned to shoot, watch this great old school video.