An easy-to-follow manual that clearly explains gunfit through analysis of technique. Will also help to improve a shooter?s style & effectiveness in the field. To achieve perfection in the field, one should employ sound shooting technique to compliment a fitted shotgun. B&W photos & illus; 6x9 inches, 224 pgs.
? Elegant, functional, with easy-to-read text and useful photography
? One of the few books devoted solely to the topic of gunfitting
? Contains black & white photographs and illustrations
The Orvis Guide to Gunfitting is required reading for anyone shooting or planning to use a shotgun. An easy-to-follow manual that clearly explains gunfit through analysis of technique, it greatly improves a shooter?s style and effectiveness in the field by encouraging a smooth, accurate shooting style. The reader will learn how to move with the gun to shoot efficiently
and discover the meaning and importance of shotgun dimensions, among many other vital lessons.
Orvis shooting instructor, Tom Deck, has taught hundreds of people how to shoot effectively.
Learning to correctly swing and mount a shotgun is the first step in the gunfitting process. A custom, double-barrel will improve a shooter?s chances, but it alone can not make up for poor shooting style. In order to achieve perfection in the field, one should employ sound shooting technique to compliment a fitted shotgun.
Each section, on its own, makes this detailed guide a must for any serious bird hunter.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tom Deck is an instructor at the Orvis Wing-Shooting School and a former instructor at the Orvis Fly-Casting School. His previous books include The Orvis Fly-Casting Guide and The Orvis Streamside Guide to Fly Casting. He lives in Manchester, Vermont.