Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns

Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns


Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns [Ebook] ➦ Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns ➥ Jack O'Connor – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This is a hardback book Second edition updated in by Jack O Connor a complete book of shooting The boards are flat and square binding and spline are straight and tight This book is missing the dust j This is a hardback book Second edition updated of Shooting: Kindle Ñ inby Jack O Connor a complete book of shooting The boards are flat and square binding and spline are straight and tight This book is missing the dust jacket other than that this book is very readable no markings or hithlighting Just a nice book to enjoy reading or add to your collection.

  • Hardcover
  • 376 pages
  • Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns
  • Jack O'Connor
  • English
  • 07 September 2019
  • 094382219X

About the Author: Jack O'Connor

Jack O Connor was best known as a of Shooting: Kindle Ñ writer for Outdoor Life, magazine, where he served as Shooting Editor for yearsJack O Connor taught English at the University of Arizona, and became its first journalism professor His first love was the outdoors and writing about hunting, firearms, and the natural history of big game animals As the longtime firearms editor for Outdoor Life magazine, O Connor hunted and collected trophies throughout the world, and introduced millions of readers to hunting and firearms O Connor moved to Lewiston, Idaho in Complete Book ePUB ´ and he lived there until his death in O Connor was well known among shooters and hunters as a proponent of the Winchester and xmm Mauser Rigby cartridges His knowledge of hunting and shooting was extensive, and he had a firm opinion on everything He was one of America s greatest hunting and gun writers of the twentieth centuryJack O Connor authored over a dozen non fiction books including Game in the Desert The Rifle Book The Complete Book of Rifles and Shotguns The Big Game of North America The Art of Book of Shooting: ePUB ´ Hunting Big Game in North America, and Sheep and Sheep Hunting He also wrote two western novels, Conquest, and Boom Town, and the autobiography of his formative years Horse and Buggy West A Boyhood on the Last Frontier According to his son Bradford, in an introduction written for the book, The Lost Classics of Jack O Connor, Jack wrotethan articles for hunting and fishing magazines, and also wrote romantic novellas and articles for Redbook, Mademoiselle, Reader s Digest, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, the literary magazine Midland, and other magazines popular in the s and sThanks to his education and teaching experience O Connor s writing skills and style were far above the norm for outdoor magazines An O Connor story always taught the reader something about hunting, shooting, or sportsmanship He had the ability to make the reader feel as if they were right there with him, and he usually closed a hunting story with a bit of humor or an exclamation by one of the characters, leaving the reader eager for.



10 thoughts on “Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns

  1. Josh Josh says:

    This is a good book with lots of info for the absolute beginner to shooting If you aren t familiar with rifles, shotguns, or pistols, you should definitely read this book However, that being said this book has a lot of outdated information and information that someone new to shooting might find overly technical or boring There is one part of the book where the new shooter is advised to take an unloaded rifle or shotgun, hide in the woods near the highway, and practice swinging wingshots on pa This is a good book with lots of info for the absolute beginner to shooting If you aren t familiar with rifles, shotguns, or pistols, you should definitely read this book However, that being said this book has a lot of outdated information and information that someone new to shooting might find overly technical or boring There is one part of the book where the new shooter is advised to take an unloaded rifle or shotgun, hide in the woods near the highway, and practice swinging wingshots on passing cars without actually firing Needless to say this will get you thrown in jail in a hurry these days The complete history of every type of chamber and ammunition probably could have been saved for another book altogether There were some informational gems in here though I am not a novice shooter, but neither am I an expert marksman The sections on trajectory and long distance shooting were very helpful to me I was already familiar with the different shooting positions, but having O Connor s take on them was refreshing and informative as well So again, if you are absolutely new to shooting read this book Just be forewarned that a lot of the safety recommendations are no longer considered safe You can probably safely skip the information on bullet weights, casing miscellanea, except as they pertain to trajectory After you ve read this book, go take a hunting or rifle safety course to get the proper information on gun handling and safety

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10 thoughts on “Complete Book of Shooting: Rifles, Shotguns, Handguns

  1. Josh Josh says:

    This is a good book with lots of info for the absolute beginner to shooting If you aren t familiar with rifles, shotguns, or pistols, you should definitely read this book However, that being said this book has a lot of outdated information and information that someone new to shooting might find overly technical or boring There is one part of the book where the new shooter is advised to take an unloaded rifle or shotgun, hide in the woods near the highway, and practice swinging wingshots on pa This is a good book with lots of info for the absolute beginner to shooting If you aren t familiar with rifles, shotguns, or pistols, you should definitely read this book However, that being said this book has a lot of outdated information and information that someone new to shooting might find overly technical or boring There is one part of the book where the new shooter is advised to take an unloaded rifle or shotgun, hide in the woods near the highway, and practice swinging wingshots on passing cars without actually firing Needless to say this will get you thrown in jail in a hurry these days The complete history of every type of chamber and ammunition probably could have been saved for another book altogether There were some informational gems in here though I am not a novice shooter, but neither am I an expert marksman The sections on trajectory and long distance shooting were very helpful to me I was already familiar with the different shooting positions, but having O Connor s take on them was refreshing and informative as well So again, if you are absolutely new to shooting read this book Just be forewarned that a lot of the safety recommendations are no longer considered safe You can probably safely skip the information on bullet weights, casing miscellanea, except as they pertain to trajectory After you ve read this book, go take a hunting or rifle safety course to get the proper information on gun handling and safety

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