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The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook

Make every shot count when you're out in the field. Learn about the correct stance, timing and motion, equipment, and safety features with this hunting book. Also includes sections on field shooting versus clay target shooting, how to lead, the master eye, gun fit, and more. Completely revised with updated text and illustrations. The Lyons Press, 113 pages, paperback.
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7 of 7(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
Review 1 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Great Book for a Beginner,
November 5, 2013
By: BaKa
from W. Mass
"I'm new to the sport and have been receiving a lot of input from many people on how to shoot. The book covers all that input that I have received plus more and lays it out in easy to understand/follow language. I'm glad I bought the book."
Review 2 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
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4 / 5
4 / 5
Good Foundational Book on Shotgun Shooting,
January 14, 2013
By: jmstick
from Narragansett, RI
"I am a "self-taught" skeet shooter / pheasant hunter with 30 years of experience. This book gave me great insight into so much of what I was missing as a shooter. It pointed out things I did not even know I was doing incorrectly. I recommend it strongly for both the novice and experienced shooter."
Review 3 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
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4 / 5
4 / 5
Education,
November 12, 2012
By: TENIII
from Greenville, SC
"Very well written. Using the information in preparation to attend a wingshooting school."
Review 4 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
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5 / 5
5 / 5
A Must Own,
April 10, 2012
By: SuperMAC
from Beverly Hills, California
"Great reference for expert or novice wing shooters. Easy to adapt text that discusses the basic fundamentals of shooting. Accurately explains the differences between clay and wing shooting techniques."
Review 5 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Wigshooting Guide,
November 28, 2011
By: Resoboy
from Allen, Texas
"Excellent concise guide to wing shooting which makes the distinction between pointing a shotgun and aiming a rifle. Well written with good advice for all shotgun afficianados."
Review 6 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
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5 / 5
5 / 5
An excellent primer to wingshooting,
August 31, 2011
By: Rookhawk
from Chicago, IL
"This book quickly covers the basis of becoming a proper shooting gentleman or lady. This book picks up where a simple pump shotgun and rudimentary hunting skills end.
Throughout the chapters, this treatise of some 100 pages or so explains gun types, selection, gun fitting, addressing the targets, natural method of shooting (modified Churchill method) and all the other considerations you would need to consider to become a decent shooter.
There are better (and by better I mean more scholarly and longer) books out there but this is the one from which you start your journey. I highly suggest getting this book at the same time you buy your first double barrel shotgun."
Review 7 for The Orvis Wingshooting Handbook
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Wingshooters Handbook,
February 26, 2011
By: Quail10
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"I just purchased this for my sweetheart. A friend loaned me a copy several years ago, and the techniques were very well explained, and did improve my shotgun success when shooting clays. My guy is successful as an upland game bird hunter, but there are days when he just can't seem to make the shot. I knew the tips, techniques, concepts and illustrations in this book were easy to understand - - after reading he gave it two thumbs up."