Managing & Shooting Under Ten Acres

Guy N Smith

£19.99

In stock

SKU: 0309 Categories: , Tags: ,

Synopsis

Guy N. Smith has been contributing to the sporting press since 1963, his articles appearing in many magazines over the years.  He has also written a number of books on a variety of countryside pursuits. Currently he writes for the Shooting Times.

Upon moving to live in the Shropshire/Welsh border hills in 1977 he acquired 7.5 acres of steep pastureland adjoining his house.

At the outset nothing could have been less suitable for building up a small, compact old-fashioned rough shoot.  However, after decades of hard work and intensive management he has created a gem of a shoot incorporating game and deer.

Overall conservation also features prominently in this.

150 Pages, Hardback (Case Laminate) with Colour & B & W Photos throughout.

Copies ordered from GuyNSmith.com will be signed by the author.

Details

Dimensions 17.4 x 1.3 x 25.4 cm
ISBN

Publisher

Black Hill Books

Publish Year

Condition

Genre

Edition

Notes

Book Condition Notes

The Guy N. Smith 'Back Catalogue' is a listing of all titles held that are now out of print. The majority of the books are second hand and for each title a condition is given (on the Book Details tab) and priced accordingly. All copies are signed by Guy.

The entire Horror fiction 'Back Catalogue' is available in eBook format.

Physical book conditions are as follows.

Condition 1.

The majority of these titles are new but some are from the Back List but their condition is 'as new'. Items are priced individually.

Condition 2.

Very Good: These books may have some very minor wear but overall a good copy.

Condition 3.

Slightly Worn: Wear to these books would include any or all of the following: Ex-library with stamps or stickers, slight wear including creasing or minor marks to covers. Pages might be slightly yellowed.

Condition 4.

Worn: Wear to these books would include any or all of the following: Ex-library with stamps or stickers, creasing, rubbing, marks or stains to covers. Inscriptions or inked writing on prelims or other pages. Pages yellowed.