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The Story of the Sporting Gun

by Rayner, Ranulf

Condition: Very Good/None issued

UK: David & Charles, 2003. Oblong book 30cm X 23, 96pp & though just under 500g it would be wise to choose the larger satchel so that rigid card will deter postie negligence, why not add a book & use up that post. Ranulf Rayner; a keen sportsman, follows the changing pattern of shooting and game management around the world, and examines the evolution of the guns themselves, the effect of field sports on the environment and possible future developments. The captivating text is illustrated with beautiful colour paintings by some of the masters of the past as well as specially commissioned pictures by Andrew Ellis, who was named British Young Wildlife Artist of the Year aged only 15. Faults? small closed tear on cover edge.. Card Cover. Very Good/None issued. Illus. by Ellis, Andrew. 23.5cm.
  • Bookseller: Little Lane Books AU (AU)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 011248
  • Title: The Story of the Sporting Gun
  • Author: Rayner, Ranulf
  • Illustrator: Ellis, Andrew
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Jacket condition: None issued
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Place: UK
  • Date published: 2003
  • Keywords: Rayner Ellis Sport Shooting Guns
  • Bookseller catalogs: WEAPONS, FIREARMS; SPORT;
  • Size: 23.5cm



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