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  • ISBN 0876911912
  • ISBN13 978-0876911914
  • Language English
  • Author Luther A Anderson
  • Publisher Winchester Press; First Edition ~1st Printing edition (1977)
  • Pages 214
  • Formats lit lrf lit docx
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1761 kb
  • Size Fb2 1509 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 108

Some of America's best and most successful hunting is to be found in the uplands. Depending upon the area chosen, hunting various species of bird and mammal can last from early fall right through until late spring. In this book, Luther Anderson has zeroed in on all the common species of upland game and gives ideas on the best ways to go after them. He discusses grouse, woodcock, pheasant, quail, partridge, chukar, dove, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, and deer.

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The book is divided into two sections: the first is birds and shotguns, the second is deer and rifles

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Luther A. Anderson has written: 'A guide to canoe camping' - subject(s): Camping, Canoe camping, Canoes and canoeing. Hunting the uplands with shotgun and rifle' - subject(s): Deer hunting, Upland game bird shooting. Hunting the woodlands for small and big game' - subject(s): Hunting.

Upland hunting is an American term for a form of bird hunting in which the hunter pursues upland birds including quail, pheasant, grouse, woodcock, prairie chicken, chukar, grey partridge, and others. Upland birds tend to be found on the ground in heavy cover, so hunters generally employ the use of gun dogs to locate and retrieve game. The average group consists of 2-4 hunters with 1-2 dogs. Normally, if there is one dog the owner usually handles the dog while the others focus on shooting.

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Reading this book saves range time, ammunition and sobers expectations for the beginner.

It gives a history of shotguns and rifles and their development that I find very interesting. Even though this book was published in the early 60's, I found it very relevant and accurate. Reading this book saves range time, ammunition and sobers expectations for the beginner. Shortens the time to proficiency with the long gun sporting arm. There are no modern changes to sport shooting. It's like golf but done with hopefully only the index finger swinging.

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Irostamore
Reading this book is like listening to a wise old grandfather. Published in 1977, before the development of the super magnum 12 gauge load, there is timeless wisdom contained in these pages that hunters of all levels should heed. In an age where "bigger" seems to be universally equated with "better", the author reminds us why this is not necessarily so in upland game hunting. Despite the fact that the book was published more than a generation ago, the descriptions of upland quarry (their habits and habitats), recommendations of gun and load, and hunting techniques are still relevant for today's hunter. While primarily for the hunter who is new to upland game, it contains tips and hints for everyone. The book is divided into two sections: the first is birds and shotguns, the second is deer and rifles.
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Some of America's best and most successful hunting is to be found in the uplands. Depending upon the area chosen, hunting various species of bird and mammal can last from early fall right through until late spring. In this book, Luther Anderson has zeroed in on all the common species of upland game and gives ideas on the best ways to go after them. He discusses grouse, woodcock, pheasant, quail, partridge, chukar, dove, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, and deer.