"Guide To Shooting Game" Book by Michael Yardley

Product #: 516390 Stackpole Books #: 1-904057-97-7 UPC #: 9781904057970
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Learn about traditional shooting styles as well as an uncomplicated new technique which is extraordinarily effective in this book which is backed by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC). Also covered in this book is a short history of shooting game, as well as safety and methods for improving your shooting skills. Published in 2007. 192 Pages - Hardcover.

Technical Information

Publisher: Swan Hill Press
Date of Publication: July 2007
Number of Pages: 192

Summary of Material (from the publisher):
  • Backed by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), this guide explains the traditional game shooting styles of Charles Lancaster, Robert Churchill, and Percy Stanbury, as well as a simple new method for shooting game birds that is quick to learn and devastatingly effective. The book begins with a history of game shooting, covers safety in detail, and emphasizes how game shooting technique can and should be analyzed by anyone with the desire to improve performance.
    Notes: Hardcover
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