The Orvis Guide to Beginning Wingshooting is required reading for anyone interested in picking up the sport or improving their shooting skills. Experienced shooter and teacher Tom Deck shares his tips, as well as insider tricks from the most successful wingshooters. The Orvis Company began one of the very first shooting schools in America almost fifty years ago. Today, Orvis has schools, lodges, outfitters, and guides all dedicated to helping bird hunters discover and enjoy wingshooting. This book is a combination of the 101 best tips from many of the Orvis shooting instructors, outfitters, and guides. Chapters feature topics such as: ac Safety and etiquette ac Proper equipment ac Eye dominance ac Sporting clays and other games ac Field shooting ac Trap and skeet ac Correct stance ac Shotgun care ac And much more! It is packed full of expertise for the absolute beginner, but even the seasoned wingshooter will find some helpful tips to sharpen their skills. From the basics of gun safety, to learning how to correctly spread your duck decoys, The Orvis Guide to Wingshooting covers it all. Add this volume to your hunting shelf and youall see a great improvement in your wingshooting techniqueBut for me nothing beats sitting in a duck blind with a trusty semiautomatic in my hands. A semiautomatic shotgunoffersthe shooter anumber of advantages. The most obvious isthat it canholdtwoor moreshotshells. That extra capacity can often anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Orvis Guide to Beginning Wingshooting|
|Publisher||:||Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. - 2013-12-13|