By Tom Deck. This book will not only explain the importance of proper gun fit, but will also help improve a shooter's style and effectiveness in the field. In order to achieve perfection in the field, you need to employ sound shooting techniques to complement a fitted shotgun. This easy-to-read, illustrated book will teach you these techniques. Published in 2006. 176 pages-hardcover
Publisher: Lyons Press Date of Publication: October 1, 2006 Number of Pages: 176
Summary of Material (from the publisher):
Breaking the mold of other sporting books, The Orvis Guide To Gunfitting not only will
explain gunfit, but will also help to improve a shooter's style and effectiveness in the field.
Learning to correctly swing and mount a shotgun is the first step in the gunfitting process. A
custom, double-barrel will improve a shooter's chances, but it alone can not make up for poor
shooting style. In order to achieve perfection in the field, one should employ sound shooting
technique to compliment a fitted shotgun.
Written in two complementary sections, the shooter will watch his technique improve after
studying the following useful information:
Instructions taken from The Orvis Instinctive Method of Wing-Shooting
The many elements and variables of gunfit
Each section, on its own, makes this detailed guide a must for any serious bird hunter. Elegant
and functional, like a fine shotgun, The Orvis Guide To Gunfitting will inform the reader on all
critical elements of gunfitting and wingshooting technique with its easy-to-read text and colorful
photography. It will be a proud addition to any sporting library.
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