Written by one of Britain"s best known shooting instructors and backed by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation. The book begins with the history of game shooting, looks at safety in detail and considers how game shooting technique can (and should) be analysed by anyone with the desire to improve their performance. It explains the traditional game shooting styles of Charles Lancaster, Robert Churchill and Percy Stanbury, as well as offering a simple new method for shooting game birds that is quickly learnt and devastatingly effective. Straightforward advice is given on choke, cartridges and gun selection. It is a book that serious shooters will want to return to again and again.
Michael Yardley is one of the best known shooting instructors and shooting writers in Britain. He is a Fellow of the Association of Professional Shooting Instructors and holds many shooting qualifications. His articles on guns and shooting have appeared in many sporting periodicals as well as the mainstream press.
Will Garfit provides the foreword of this comprehensive work by the UK"s most prolific gun writer. The author knows his subject well and leaves no stone unturned. He also presents and succinctly explains the various famous shooting styles, and discussed how we can benefit from understanding the psychology of shooting. Fieldsports
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