Outdoor Skill-Building: Six Reads for the Modern Hunter
By Kristin Alberts
Now’s the time to settle in with a good book and catch up on some reading. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com)
Though most hunters will be well-stocked with a freezer full of organic harvests, they’re not immune to neither the virus nor the doldrums of being stuck with canceled trips, worry, and unplanned hunting downtime. Luckily, there are many great modern books written by folks who live and breathe their subjects that will entertain, inform, and ultimately, make you a better, more well-rounded outdoorsperson.
Read the books and share them with your hunting buddies—just be sure to disinfect them first, because we’re all ready for this virus to meet its demise.
“The Accurate Rifle…and Rifleman” by Craig Boddington
Boddington’s book explores how to become a better rifle shooter. (Photo: Safari Press)
Few hunters are as well respected — and well versed — in the hunting industry as Col. Craig Boddington. While he’s penned numerous tomes on the allure of the dark continent and hunting African big and dangerous game, one of Boddington’s most appealing books for hunters the world over is “The Accurate Rifle…and Rifleman.” After all, who among us shooters and hunters don’t strive for the most well-placed shots time and again?
Tap into Boddington’s decades of