3 Replies to “Back in stock: Wingshooter’s Guide”

    1. Brian, it’s 28 pages plus a 5-page bibliography. It’s the only source I’ve seen that has compiled all the available research on chukar. If you’re an alectoris geek like me, that alone is worth the price. The other thing, for me, that I’d never be able to figure out how to do (and haven’t seen elsewhere) is the process for finding a balanced load. And it’s not really a “book” or intended to be that; it’s a syllabus guide for Joel’s instruction. Hope that helps.

      1. Thanks for the details, it does sound interesting and a list of all the works cited is invaluable for further reading.

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