Shotgunning: The Art and the Science

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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 ...

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Ron S

Nov 21, 2013

Good, but not quite a hit

The book is worth reading, but I was hoping more for the "science" part to be the basis of the book. I view it worth having, but it is not relegated to first position in my bookcase

My interests are primary skeet and sporting clays, and the focus is more hunting.

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