Synopses & Reviews
Nobody knew shotgunning better than the late Don Zutz, who, during the course of his lengthy career, penned several books and thousands of magazine articles on shotguns and shooting, influencing an entire generation of shooting sports enthusiasts. This book, a collection of the shotgunning columns he wrote for Ducks Unlimited magazine between 1990 and 1998, is sure to become the point of reference for all waterfowl gunning.It covers everything from the grand old guns of yesterday to today's best guns and loads, from the basics of shotgun fit and function to expert advice on ballistics, chokes, and shooting techniques - all with the duck and goose hunter in mind. (6 x 9, 176 pages, b&w photos)
Covers everything from the guns of yesterday to today's best guns and loads.
About the Author
Don Zutz was one of the most prolific and influential shotgunning writers of the past 50 years. Up until his death in 1998, his insightful columns and feature articles appeared in the pages of Ducks Unlimited magazine, and in other national magazines like Wing & Shot, Shotgun Sports, and The American Rifleman. His many books include The Double Shotgun, Shotgun Stuff, and Shotgunning: Trends in Transition, among others.