Shotgunning by Bob Brister
The Art and the Science (Second Edition)

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In this sought-after masterpiece, Bob Brister, “one of the most respected firearms authorities” in the world (The New York Times), addresses every problem the shotgunner is likely to face, and offers solutions, based on years of tests and study of data, to ensure that shooters can make every shot count. He details selection of guns, loads, chokes, and more for every situation. Brister is bold enough to present his readers with the science of shotgunning. No other book can make this claim. But Brister never forgets the art that makes shooting a sport. Shotgunning is a veritable encyclopedia of the shotgun for the modern shooter and outdoorsman.

About Bob Brister

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Bob Brister was a rare combination of field hunter, competitor, and writer. A shooting champion and internationally recognized expert at skeet, trap, and hunting upland birds and waterfowl, Brister was a longtime shooting editor at Field & Stream and Pulitzer Prize nominee. He died in 2005.
Published November 17, 2008 by Skyhorse Publishing. 320 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Sports & Outdoors, Nature & Wildlife. Non-fiction

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