By Kevin Robertson. Outdoor writer and hunter Kevin Robertson offers this concise, pocket-size reference for making the perfect shot. This scaled-down version of Robertson's best-seller features animal tracks, ghost views of vital areas and point of aim for each animal. Also includes a brief essay on natural history, trophy assessment, and subspecies, as well as tables that list the minimum requirements for inclusion in the Rowland Ward and SCI record books. Published in 2003. 126 Pages - Softcover.
Our readers so loved The Perfect Shot by Kevin Robertson that they asked us to produce a pocket version to take along on their hunts. Kevin Robertson and Safari Press teamed up to bring you a concise 126 page, pocket-size guide, which is a mini reference for making that "perfect shot." Here it finally is, the scaled-down version of Robertson's best-seller. As in the big book, the mini edition features animal tracks as well as ghost views of vital areas and point of aim for each animal. A brief essay on natural history, trophy assessment, and subspecies is included. In addition, the tables in the back list the minimum requirements for inclusion in the Rowland Ward and SCI record books. While nothing can replace the "big" book, this is a super handy item to throw in your backpack or place in your pocket for your next safari.
Publisher: Safari Press
Date of Publication: 2003
Number of Pages: 126
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