MODERN SHOTGUN SHOOTING by Lawrence B. Smith

MODERN SHOTGUN SHOOTING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here is a practically perfect book, written by an expert shot and sportsman who knows all the rules -- at a price any of your customers will pay. Novices will be taken step by step with sound reasons and valuable hints. Experts will find an infinite amount of information on gun fit, range, velocity, field, target and skeet shooting they may never have thought of -- for a good eye and steady nerves often make a man seem expert who actually has only a superficial knowledge of the game. Get lists of your local gun and skeet clubs, ask the pros to recommend it, have a display on publication day. Your local representative of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company will probably tie up with you for a window with shells, guns, etc. as their safety rules are included, page 149. A good deal of interest can be aroused through having the guns used by your best shots on exhibition with any trophies, ribbons, etc. available. Winners of the National Shoulder to Shoulder Championships, to be held in Cleveland, August 26-31 will just be home. For boys, men pros and the increasing number of women who shoot, skeet is a family sport and the rage of the moment.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Scribner