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The Lost Classics of Jack O'Connor
Forty Exciting Stories from the Pages of Outdoor Life
Edited by Jim Casada
(Sporting Classics)
Born January 22, 1902, in Arizona Territory, John Woolf O'Connor ultimately became America's most popular outdoor writer. From his first magazine article in 1934, which he sold to Sports Afield for a whopping $12.50, and continuing until just a few weeks before his death in 1978, Jack O'Connor would... [READ MORE]
Ruark Remembered
By the Man Who Knew Him Best
By Alan Ritchie, Edited by Jim Casada, Foreword by Harry Selby
(Sporting Classics)
Robert Ruark (1915-1965) ranks, in the minds of most discerning readers, as the finest outdoor writer ever to grace the American literary scene. His is an enduring fame, thanks primarily to three books, The Old Man and the Boy, The Old Man s Boy Grows Older, and an African classic, Horn of the Hunter.... [READ MORE]
Forgotten Tales and Vanished Trails
By Theodore Roosevelt, Edited by Jim Casada
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Forgotten Tales and Vanished Trails gathers together Roosevelt’s many writings on game hunting and the outdoors from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Published in various magazines and excerpts from his other publications, this collection finally brings the best musings of a great sportsman into a... [READ MORE]
The Complete Guide to Gunsmithing
Gun Care and Repair
By Charles Edward Chapel, Introduction by Jim Casada
(Skyhorse Publishing)
The Most Comprehensive Gunsmithing Guide of All Time. Written by one of the most prolific firearms experts of all time, The Complete Guide to Gunsmithing is a highly detailed and essential reference for the gun enthusiast and gunsmith alike. At nearly 500 pages, Chapel covers everything from the use... [READ MORE]
The Expert's Guide to Handgun Marksmanship
For Self-Defense, Target Shooting, and Hunting
Edited by Jim Casada
(Skyhorse Publishing)
For self-defense with a handgun, target shooting, or hunting, this new book is a must read! The expertise of the world’s leading handgun experts—Charles Askins, Jr., Jeff Cooper, Julian S. Hatcher, Jack O’Connor, William Reichenbach, plus excerpts from US Army Field Manuals—is brought together for the... [READ MORE]
Field to Feast
The Remington Cookbook
By Jim Casada, Foreword by Art Wheaton
(Sporting Classics)
The phrase, straight shooter, is as American as apple pie, and there was a time when those words were an important link to another time-honored phrase, putting meat on the table. Today, however, most of us no longer live close to the land and we tend to associate the essentials for meal preparation with... [READ MORE]
The Marksmanship Primer
The Experts' Guide to Shooting Handguns and Rifles
By Jim Casada
(Skyhorse Publishing)
The Marksmanship Primer serves as a roadmap to greater shooting proficiency as well as greater enjoyment of the sport of shooting. Jim Casada, renowned outdoors author and editor, has brought together the best selections from America's great gun writers of yesterday and today. Marksmen of all levels... [READ MORE]
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