Shooting for Sport: A Guide to Driven Game Shooting, Wildfowling and the DIY Shoot
The sporting shooting available in Great Britain today is the envy of the world. Many newcomers find entry into the complex world of shooting daunting, and this book explains the various aspects that surround sporting shooting in all its guises. Topics covered include: choosing a gun and gun safety; clothing and other equipment; finding shooting; the quarry species; driven shooting; the DIY shoot; rough shooting and gundogs.
Features and reviews in Shooting Times & Country, The Field, Countryman's Weekly and Field & Rural Life magazines. Reviews in Shooting & Conservation, Shooting Gazette, Shooting Sports and Sporting Gun magazines.
Tony Jackson, a former editor of Shooting Times, has worked as a field sports journalist for his entire life and currently still writes for his former magazine, as well as numerous other sporting publications. He lives in South Somerset where he stalks, picks-up on local shoots with his two yellow Labradors, and helps to run a small DIY shoot.