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Orvis Guide to Gunfitting Techniques to Improve Your Wingshooting, and the Fundamentals of Gunfit

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ISBN-10: 1592282164

ISBN-13: 9781592282166

Edition: 2006

Authors: Tom Deck

List price: $24.95
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Breaking the mold of other sporting books, The Orvis Guide to Gunfittingnbsp; explains gunfit throughnbsp;analysis of technique,nbsp;helping improve a shooter's style and effectiveness in the field. Learning to correctly swing and mount a shotgun is the first step in the gunfitting process. A custom double-barrel will improve a shooter's chances, but it alone cannot make up for poor shooting style. In order to achieve perfection in the field, one should employnbsp;propernbsp;shooting technique as the basis for owning a fitted shotgun. This book gets you there. In the first section-- * The shooter will watch his abilities and style improve after studying instructionsnbsp;taken…    
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press, The
Publication date: 10/1/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 176
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990

Peter Stark is an adventure writer and Arctic exploration enthusiast. He is the author of Last Breath , The Last Empty Places , At the Mercy of the River , and the editor of the Arctic collection Ring of Ice: True Tales of Adventure, Exploration, and Arctic Life .Tom Deck has taught at the Orvis wingshooting schools for almost twenty years and is a passionate bird hunter.

Introduction: What is Gunfitting? Wingshooting Vs. Clay Shooting
The Method
The Orvis Instinctive Method of Wingshooting
The Fundamentals of Wingshooting: Stance and Ready Position
Footwork
Swing and Gun-mount
Visual Concentration/Eye Dominance
The Sight Picture and Forward Allowance
The Elements of Gunfitting
The Try Gun
Length of Pull
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Cast
Pitch
Variables of Gunfitting: Side by Side Vs. Over and Under
Triggers
Barrel Length
Ribs
Stocks
Forends
Balance and Weight