Originally released in 2010, the British Deer Stalking Bible quickly became a sellout and an essential addition to the stalker's library. This revised second edition, published in 2014, has been extended and modernised with updated photography, recently released stalking equipment, an additional hunting story, and a new preface from the author.
'Peter Carr is known worldwide as an experienced stalker and big game hunter, and a sometimes controversial but always sporting writer. I have had the pleasure of hunting with him, and his knowledge and attendance to duty are second to none. In these pages he distils and easily conveys the knowledge learned in nearly three decades of professional hunting and outfitting. The British Deer Stalking Bible is not a 'how to do' book – it is more of a 'you can do this too'. It covers all the basic knowledge and guidance that the beginner needs to take to the field. Safety issues are prominent, as are credible stalking tips, markmanship and deer dog practices. However, the book's real gem is the in-depth origins and facts of all the species that can be legally hunted (with the exception of the seal) int the British Isles. Each of these chapters include personal reminiscences of actual hunts enjoyed by the author and his friends. It was a pleasure to read this book, which fills a void that has existed for a very long time in British stalking literature.' Colonel Ben Payton, USAAF (Retired)
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading Revised 2nd Edition ISBN 9780954959784 Author Peter Carr Binding Hardback Extent 200 pages, 226 x 198mm Illustrations Colour photographs throughout Ebook No
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