By Robin Marshall-Ball. This book follows the development of the sporting shotgun from its beginnings in the late 1700s to the present day. It covers working guns for the average shooting public and is crammed with valuable information on the modern shotgun including side-by-sides, over/unders, pump action and semi-automatic shotguns. Published in 2003. 208 Pages - Hardcover.
Publisher: Safari Press Date of Publication: 2003 Number of Pages: 208
Summary of Material:
This is the revised and updated edition of Marshall-Ball's bestseller, which came out in the early eighties. The history of the sporting shotgun began with Henry Nock's patent in 1797, and this book follows the sporting shotgun's development to the present day. This is a book on working guns for the average shooter and it is crammed with information on the evolution of the modern shotgun. Includes side by sides, over and unders, repeaters and automatics, the workings of a shotgun and ballistics.
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