Author(s): Roger Maynard
Roger Maynard gives you an in-depth look at what it takes to be successful in hunting for game using high-tech weapons based on designs that predate history.
For instance, did you know that bows used by Napoleon Bonaparte's forces in the early 1850s bore a striking resemblance to the designs developed in the 1960s? Or that the predecessors to today's National Guard gathered on medieval village greens each Sunday for archery practice? That the sons of Noah are credited with introducing archery to the northern Mediterranean area?
Maynard explains it all in 37 chapters, based on his own knowledge and advice from bowhunters and bowmakers he has met over his 30-plus years of hunting and tinkering.