The Sportsman’s Companion or, an Essay on Shooting
by A Gentleman
Limited Edition – Fifteen Hundred Copies
Stackpole and Heck Publishers, Harrisburg, PA.
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The Sportsman's Companion: Or An Essay On Shooting is a book written by an anonymous author who refers to himself as ""A Gentleman"". The book was first published in 1948 and is a comprehensive guide to shooting, covering everything from the basics of gun safety and handling to advanced shooting techniques. The book is divided into several sections, each of which covers a different aspect of shooting. The first section provides an introduction to the sport of shooting and covers the different types of guns and ammunition available. The second section focuses on gun safety and provides detailed instructions on how to handle firearms safely and responsibly. The third section covers the basics of shooting, including how to aim and fire a gun, how to adjust for wind and distance, and how to shoot moving targets. The fourth section covers more advanced shooting techniques, such as shooting from a variety of positions and shooting at multiple targets. The book also includes a section on hunting, covering the different types of game and the best techniques for hunting each one. There is also a section on shooting competitions, including tips on how to compete and how to win. Throughout the book, the author provides detailed illustrations and diagrams to help readers understand the concepts being discussed. The Sportsman's Companion: Or An Essay On Shooting is an essential guide for anyone interested in the sport of shooting, whether they are a beginner or an experienced shooter. Illustriously Showing In What Manner To Fire At Birds Of Game, In Various Directions And Situations.
This scarce antiquarian book is a reprint of the old original.
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