Last night I ran across my autographed copy of Bill Jordan's "No Second Place Winner". I have to admit that I hadn't picked it up in a number of years...not since I went semi-auto in the early eighties. It seemed outdated as it pertained to revolvers. While I still have a collection of revolvers, they are hunting pieces. However after flipping through the book I realized that Bill's book is timeless in his chapters on Fightin' Leather (if you are like me and still use leather holsters}, Fast Draw, Combat Shooting and Gun Fighting. If you've never heard of Bill Jordan, he was a legendary Border Patrolman and according to Col. Charles Askins "The fastest man on the draw I have ever seen in action". Using his .357 Bill could drop a ping pong ball bare inches above his holster, draw and blast the ball as it fell past his holster. Long out of print, his book is still is worth looking for and a interesting read.