I am sure, convinced, that point-shooting has been discussed here and other places ad nauseam. But I have just read Fairbairn's Shooting To Live and it is clear to me that he advocates PS. In fact I like his whole take on the topic but thats another subject. What I dont understand is Mossad Ayoob's insistence that there is no such thing. In his Combat Handguns book he takes some time to rant against the idea and goes out of his way to dismiss the idea that Fairbairn and Applegate advocated it. In fact he provides a pic of Applegate point shooting a Beretta 92 and claims that this is not PS but "coarsely aimed fire." Yet what I see looks just like what Fairbairn recommends, gun at eye level pretty much covering target. Without getting into a discussion of Ayoob's merits and faults, why does he take such pains to deny something that seems so obvious?