The field memoirs of Sir Joseph Nickerson. Nickerson was a wing shooter for over sixty years, and this book includes all of his personal records on the subject. Great for all who are interested in wing shooting, this book also includes a foreword by the Duke of Westminster. Published in 2005. 229 Pages - Hardcover.
Publisher: Swan Hill Press Date of Publication: March 2005 Number of Pages: 229
Summary of Material (from the publisher):
A Shooting Man's Creed, the field memoirs of Sir Joseph Nickerson, is now widely appreciated as a classic sourcebook in the literature of shooting. This new edition includes a revised introduction by his daughter, Rosie Whitaker. A Shooting Man's Creed was first published in 1989 shortly before Sir Joseph Nickerson's death. He had finally put down his knowledge and expertise about shooting and all that it entails for countryside conservation so that others could benefit from the lessons he had learned. With a foreword by the Duke of Westminster, this book makes use of Sir Joseph Nickerson's unique collection of personal records covering more than 60 years and provides advice on every aspect of the increasingly popular sport of wing shooting.
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"A Shooting Man's Creed" Book by Sir Joseph Nickerson