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Airgun from Trigger to Target

by Gerard Michael Cardew G.V. Cardew

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Originally written in the 1970s under the title, The Airgun from Trigger to Muzzle, this is the new edition written in 1995, when the title was changed to The Airgun from Trigger to Target. Authors G.V. Cardew and G.M. Cardew added new material at that time, making the latter edition the preferred title. The Cardews (a father-son team) experimented with airguns in an effort to answer the questions that all afficionados of the airgun ask, and this title answers those questions.

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