A Shooting Man's Creed
Foreword by the Duke of Westminster
Hardcover, 230 pages, 39 b&w photos, 6-1/4" x 9-1/4".
A Shooting Man’s Creed contains the field memoirs of Sir Joseph Nickerson, who died in 1990 and was widely recognized as the finest all-around game-shot of his generation and among the greatest ever. The book is now widely appreciated as a classic source book in the literature of shooting. It includes Nickerson’s unique collection of personal records covering more than 60 years and provides advice on every aspect of wingshooting. Nickerson’s elegant style was largely the result of his speed of mounting, his concentration on the bird’s head and his confidence to fire as the gun hit his shoulder, and his conscious realization that every bird is different. His techniques are explained in the pages of this book.Buy A Shooting Man's Creed Now