22 Caliber Rifle Shooting by C. S. Landis

Learn to shoot the 22 caliber rifle

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5.25″ x 8″
436 pages

This is a facsimile of the 1932 book by C. S. Landis, 22 Caliber Rifle Shooting.

In this book, Landis seeks to cover the most used firearm in America, the 22 caliber rifle. This is a treatise which explores the use of the American 22 caliber rifle for shooting at both game and paper targets and is designed to be useful to the novice rifleman plinking in the woods, the accomplished small game hunter, or the expert rifleman at one of the national small bore competitions.

Divided into two parts, the first for target shooters and the second for hunters, this books is truly comprehensive and will be of service to any 22 caliber rifle shooter, regardless of their sport of choice.

The topics covered inside this book are extensive and include everything from shooting glasses and sights to practical advice for shooting at small game and match targets.

Chapters:

Part I
1. The Small Bore Match Rifle
2. Ballistics of .22 Caliber Cartridges
3. Selecting Match Ammunition
4. Range Selection and Construction
5. Sights and Their Adjustment
6. Target Telescopic Sights
7. Rifleman’s Equipment
8. Wind, Light and Mirage
9. Shooting Positions
10. The Use of the Gun Sling
11. Coaching and Team Craft
12. Women and Juveniles
13. A Talk on Accuracy
14. The National Rifle Association
15. Famous Small Bore Rifle Shoots

Part II
1. The Rifle on Game
2. Practical Hunting Trajectories
3. Outdoor Trajectory Tests
4. Squirrel Shooting
5. Woodchuck Shooting
6. Crow and Hawk Shooting
7. Ducks and Geese
8. “Varmints”
9. Shooting Glasses
10. Practical Hunting Sights
11. Hunting with the Scope
12.The Boy’s First Rifle
13. Cleaning the Rifle
14. Modern Hunting Ammunition
15. Accuracy and Range
16. Choosing the Hunting Rifle
17. The Rifleman Afield

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