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THE ORVIS WING-SHOOTING HANDBOOK, NEW AND REVISED Proven Techniques for Better Shotgunning BRUCE BOWLEN

The Orvis Wing-Shooting Handbook, New and Revised is a concise and clearly written guide to the fundamentals and intricacies of wing shoot- ing. Chapters include the most up-to-date infor- mation on field shooting versus skeet and trap; a discussion of basic techniques; how to choose the right gun; how to aim properly; safety and eti- quette; tools you’ll need; and more.

Bruce Bowlen is the former director of the Orvis Shooting Schools where he taught wing-shooting technique for twelve years. He lives in Dorset, Vermont.

  • Concise and clearly written guide

  • Valuable information for both the beginner and the experienced shotgunner

  • Includes b|w illustrations throughout

  • Previous Edition: Paperback 08/85; 0-941130-05-03

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THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO WING SHOOTING 1-59228-648-8

“It isn’t easy to define or teach the art of wing shooting, but Bruce Bowlen has done an excellent job in that direction. The Orvis Wing- Shooting Handbook is clean and concise and will help your shooting.”

Grits Gresham

“Even veteran American shooters will find something in The Orvis Wing-Shooting Handbook. Some of the world’s best field gunners use the moves described by Bruce Bowlen.”

AUGUST 07 1-59228-514-7 978-1-59228-514-3

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Charles F. Waterman

BOWS & ARROWS OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS

A Step-by-Step Guide to Wooden Bows, Sinew-backed Bows, Composite Bows, Strings, Arrows & Quivers

JIM HAMM

Enlightening and entertaining, this book has easy-to-follow instructions for the reader who plans to make and use his own bow, and offers good reading for the armchair archer.

Jim Hamm started making his own bows and arrows in the 1980s and has since fashioned thousands of these implements. He lives, as he says, in the Republic of Texas.

  • How to make bows, arrows, and decorations

  • Easy-to-follow instructions

  • Ideal resource for the purist

  • Experienced and knowledgeable author

  • Includes b|w photographs and illustrations throughout

  • Previous Edition: Paperback 01/92; 1-55821-168-3

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TRADITIONAL BOWYER’S BIBLE, VOLUME 1 1-58574-085-3

TRADITIONAL BOWYER’S BIBLE, VOLUME 2 1-58574-086-1

TRADITIONAL BOWYER’S BIBLE, VOLUME 3 1-58574-087-X

“Far and away the best book on the subject. Must reading for anyone interested in traditional archery.”

Chuck Boelter, DDS

“I am greatly impressed with the book. Very readable as well as thorough.”

Joe S. Hays, curator Museum of the Great Plains

AUGUST 07 1-59921-083-5 978-1-59921-083-4

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