As for the serenely confident, a friend of mine had the occasion to watch Sergeant Major Huelet (Joe) Benner at work. Joe Benner was probably the greatest competition handgun shooter this country produced in the 20th century, and I asked my friend what his impressions were of the man. “Happy,” was the word he used. Benner came to the firing line with a smile on his face, picked up his 1911 in a grip that could crack the frame, outshot everyone else, put his pistols away, and left with his day’s work done. There were no demons riding Joe Benner, at least that anyone saw.