Sharpshooting: For Sport and War by W.W. Greener

Sharpshooting: For Sport and War

byW.W. Greener

Kobo ebook | March 5, 2017

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  A British classic
Written in 1900, by renown british gunmaker W.W. Greener, this classic text on shooting sports and technique is a must read for any marksmanship enthusiast. His foresight on the eve of the First Great War in seeing the need for a larger percentage of the populace to know the art and skills of the rifle, for the good of the empire, was the motivation behind this work.

He details the general target and service rifles/ammunition of the era and then proceeds to detail rifle shooting techniques. The student of marksmanship will not go wrong with this introduction, and the expert will also find his discussions of equipment and sighting accessories of the time to be illuminating. Of special note is his description of both trick shooting and formal international competitions of the time at Bisley (of which the official Bisley competition rules are noted in the Appendices). Serious riflemen of all skill levels will find this to be a most interesting and informative read.

Title:Sharpshooting: For Sport and WarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 5, 2017Publisher:Loose Cannon EntLanguage:English

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