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Sharp Shooter

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Yesterday, I recieved a gift from my father. It's a book about rifle shooting, shotgun shooting and their maintenance etc.

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these are the contents of the book. It covers almost all subjects that a rifle and shotgun shooter can need.


Few pages from the book, just to give you an idea. :ugeek:

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I am still reading this book and I have really liked it. :techie-studyingbrown:
Everything is explained in a very easy manner with the help of pics. The book covers all details that are needed by a shooter. Good thing is that it covers both rifles and shotguns but in rifle, I think this book is not for competition shooting but for hunting.

Hope you like it :)

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Very good book. I will read it when I am finished reading my own book :techie-studyingbrown:


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Nice book Haider :text-bravo:


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That's a very good gift. Congrats

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Looks like a very useful book. A very nice gift from your dad. Congrats.

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This is a very nice book for beginners and for those who need something about everything given at one place. Some of the issues covered seemed to be quite detailed, however, I won't recommend this book to the professionals. A good reference book though :)

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But there is some very good information about rifle shooting and I like it. :)

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Nice gift, Congrats!
I think it has something for everyone in it, whether beginner or otherwise (maybe not for professionals ;) )

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I have been reading about the bullets a bit and i think this is an excellent book for the beginners an absolute wonder and a must have.. I never could find something like this for myself.
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Another very good book which has good information. If it is not too much trouble, can you post pics of sec 24-29 please :handgestures-salute:

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