Fine Shotguns: The History, Science, and Art of the Finest Shotguns from Around the World

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Skyhorse, Oct 20, 2015 - Antiques & Collectibles - 256 pages
In Fine Shotguns, expert John M. Taylor offers a global view of shotguns using photographs and descriptions of guns from the United States, Britain, Germany, Austria, France, Spain, and Italy. Here are all types of shotguns: single barrel, double barrel, combination guns, hammer shotguns, paired shotguns, special-use guns, small-bore shotguns, shotgun stocks or shotguns with metal finishes, and bespoke shotguns. This all encompassing guide includes sections on how to care for and storage your weapon, what accessories are available for your model, and how to choose the perfect traveling case.

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About the author (2015)

John M. Taylor began hunting with his father at age five. For the past thirty-five-plus years, he has written for major outdoor publications, including Petersen'sHunting , Gun Dog , The American Rifleman , Outdoor Life , and more. He is currentlythe shotgunning editor of Sports Afield , Delta Waterfowl , and Pheasants Forever magazines. He lives in Lorton, Virginia.

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