Organized into six categories - rifles, handguns, cartridges, shotguns, reloading and optics - the book features more than 600 questions from active shooters and hunters on a huge range of topics, as well as over 100 photos to help illustrate key points. Published in a handy, portable format, this book is sure to become the gun enthusiast's favorite reference and will be referred to again and again. Readers will find answers to questions such as: - What is the maximum range of inline muzzleloaders? - How much should I compensate when shooting uphill and downhill? - Will the 44 magnum work on moose?1 am leaning toward the use of my Browning Gold shotgun with a slug barrel, a 4X scope, and the Winchester or ... would like to buy a top-quality, 1 6-gauge side -by -side double-barrel shotgun for my grandson but am having difficulty finding one. ... As I write this, the best buys in top-quality 1 6-gauge doubles are a used Fox Sterlingworth or a field grade LC. ... for a Sterlingworth, look for a Philadelphia gun made during the 1920s with ejectors, double-triggers and 28- inch barrels.
|Title||:||Layne Simpson's Shooter's Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2005-02-24|