The publisher's series includes Complete Book(s) of Gun Collecting. Dog Training and Care and Winter Sports. This book...

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COMPLETE BOOK OF ARCHERY

The publisher's series includes Complete Book(s) of Gun Collecting. Dog Training and Care and Winter Sports. This book shares the values that have been noted in its predecessors: it has an expert author, provides the basics for beginners, points the way for those past the beginning stage, is brief without being cursory and illustrated with 50 half-tones and drawings. According to the information accompanying the galley, there are now more people practicing archery than there have been since the invention of the bow and arrow; it ranks fourth in dollars spent on sporting goods. There is advice on choosing the proper bow, how to shoot, and the care and repair of equipment. Archers will find this a useful and interesting book with a short chapter on the long history of the sport for good measure.

Pub Date: June 15, 1964

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Howard-McCann

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1964