Shooting Books

From gamekeeping and running your own shoot, to game shooting and shooting excuses, We have a superb selection of books. Simply click on the book covers for more information.

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  1. Mastering Skeet
    £14.95

    Fundamental shooting techniques for hitting the target in championship form. Learn More
  2. The Keen Shot's Miscellany
    £16.95

    The ideal stocking-filler for anyone who shoots. Learn More
  3. Instinctive Shot
    £20.00

    A practical , straight-forward manual on how to become a better game shooter. Learn More
  4. The Imperfect Shot
    £20.00

    The perfect gift for the imperfect Shot! A very humourous collection of experiences, faux pas and misdemeanours in the shooting field with anecdotes and tales of many light-hearted incidents from throughout the world.

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  5. How to be Asked Again
    £20.00

    A step-by-step guide to modern shooting etiquette stuffed full of amusing quotes and anecdotes. Learn More
  6. Grouse Shooting
    £19.95

    A practical guide to partaking in the pursuit of the red grouse and a celebration of the finest shooting in the British Isles. Learn More
  7. The Grouse
    £35.00

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    This book is first and foremost an insight into how each artist approaches his subject. Learn More
  8. Going to the Hill
    £16.99

    A celebration of Scotland's rich sporting heritage by internationally acclaimed photographer, Glyn Satterley. A must for all lovers of Scotland. Learn More
  9. Gamekeeping: An Illustrated History
    £25.00

    A fascinating book on the history of gamekeeping from the seventeenth century until present day Learn More
  10. Game Shooting
    £25.00
    2015-09-24 00:00:00

    Game shooting for sporting purposes has taken place in England since the first half of the sixteenth century. David Jones has written a fascinating and comprehensive book covering the history of the sport from its inception to the present day. He examines changes in the typical shooting day, based on surviving diaries, newspaper articles and other historical documents. He charts the development of shooting in England, Wales and Scotland, across Europe and worldwide, including the planning and organisation required to support the growing popularity of the sport.

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