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Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle (Muzzle-Loading Gun Maker Series)
by George Shumway Pub
Written in English
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This book and Cleckner’s other instructional materials like the work he has done with the National Shooting Sports Foundation have made me a much better rifle shooter, and some of the finest long-range shooters that I know have credited him as their go-to reference for training and just refreshing on the fundamentals. How to Hold a Rifle. Trigger Hand Grip. Rifle with pistol grip. If your rifle has a pistol grip, like the AR or JP, center the grip in the “V” at the junction of the thumb and index finger of your trigger hand. Grip the gun high on the back strap (the back strap is the back of the grip on the gun). Like so: Rifle without a pistol grip.
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When my shooting was in its adolescence, mostly capable but naïve, I had a chance to replace the fixed 10 power scope on the department’s sniper rifle. It wasn’t a bad scope; in fact it was very well made, a Leupold Mark 4 M3 Ultra. 10x offers a very restricted field of view from a distance of, say, across the street, when your job is to.
Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle (Muzzle-Loading Gun Maker Series) by John Bivins (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. The book is so much more enjoyable if you HAVE a rifle, a good rifle, that you can practice with as you read through the book to develop many of the little skills that Cooper covers.
Little carbines, or by 39 AK's are probably not the type of firearm to covet because this book will do little for you. This book is about rifles. M' by: 1. Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle by John Bivins,available at Book Depository with free delivery : John Bivins. Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle (Muzzle-Loading Gun Maker Series) by John Bivins, MayGeorge Shumway Pub edition, Hardcover in English.
Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle (Muzzle-Loading Gun Maker Series) by John Bivins; 3 editions; First published in The Art of the Rifle is a concise book explaining the use and techniques of was authored by Lt.
Col. (R) Jeff Cooper (–) and published in In it, Cooper uses short chapters to teach about both physical and mental preparedness for successful rifle shooting, whether for defense, hunting, or goal was to help the rifle shooter be accurate at any time.
The Wind Book for Rifle Shooters: How to Improve Your Accuracy in Mild to Blustery Conditions Linda K. Miller. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ The Book of Rifle Accuracy Tony Boyer. out of 5 stars Hardcover. 1 offer from $Reviews: Description of the book "Art of the Rifle": "Riflecraft has been completely ignored since World War II," said Jeff Cooper, America's foremost rifle instructor.
To remedy this situation, he took it upon himself to set down the fine art of the rifle before it was lost forever.
Flintlock is a general term for any firearm that uses a flint striking ignition mechanism. The term may also apply to a particular form of the mechanism itself, also known as the true flintlock, that was introduced in the early 17th century, and rapidly replaced earlier firearm-ignition technologies, such as the matchlock, the wheellock, and the earlier flintlock mechanisms.
Art of the Rifle book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Riflecraft has been completely ignored since World War II, says Je /5(12).
The Hunting Rifle, by Jack O'conner, makes for interesting reading if you long for the "good old days". Jack takes you back to a time and place before all of the short fat, long thin, new and improved, super duper magnums, and all of the computer drawings for deer/elk tags, etc.
s: This book is titled "Rifle Accuracy," and that is what it's about, but any buyer should know that its focus is squarely on benchrest shooting. That's exactly what I wanted, and Mr. Boyer's book proved to be, by a huge margin, the best treatment of this fine art that I've ever found.
I've read it once, and I plan to go through it several more s: BOOK-AOE The Art of Engraving, by J. Meek. Price: $ BOOK-BASB Building a Swivel Breech, includes color photos, construction notes and drawings, with tips on building a complete rifle, by Dave Waters.
Bill Calfee has been working with guns since the ’s and decided to focus on the 22 rimfire beginning in the ’s.
Since the ’s Bill has had many ideas on how to improve the accuracy of the 22 rimfire, some ideas have increased the accuracy potential tremendously and some ideas proved out to be learning experiences for future s: 1. The lock of a firearm is the firing mechanism used to ignite the propellant.
Lock, stock and barrel is an old figure of speech defining the totality of a firearm as the barrel through which the bullet is directed toward a target, the stock which provides a means of gripping the firearm, and the lock as all other essential parts. As might be deduced from its placement as the first mentioned.
Art of the Fire-Lock Rifle (Muzzle-Loading Gun Maker Series) by John Bivins Hardcover, Published by George Shumway Pub ISBN. Gun storage options come in a range of colors and materials like metal and various types of wood such as solid oak and pine.
While some simply feature racks for storing guns, others have additional storage for firearm accessories like ammo. Depending on the size of the gun rack, it can hold anywhere from one to 10 guns at a time. Included with the rifle was a comic book, outlining how to clean and take care of the rifle.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get the art of the rifle book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. book to anyone wanting to know more about traditional riflecraft and who can at least tolerate Cooper's editorializing on the subject.
I have read Colonel Jeff Cooper's book "Art of the Rifle" and just completed his General Rifle course. Anyone who desires to master the "queen of personal weapons" will be well on the way by studying this book.Wolfe Publishing Company | Gulfstream Suite A | Prescott, AZ Call us toll free Call us toll free Perhaps this rifle struck Ned as an “ideal” type of flintlock rifle.
He wrote, “A splendid example of the Pennsylvania gun maker’s art which I sketched from the collection of Joe Kindig, Jr., of York, can be seen in the cover painting on this issue.