I've just finished reading it for the 2nd time. I like the way it is written and while much of the subject matter I have practiced on my own for a lifetime I found other compelling ideas that I want to try. This book is worth much more than the the asking price. I feel it should be in every serious hunters book collection. If the reader is a keen seasoned rifleman and hunter or a novice just starting out the content within these pages will serve the reader well if applied. In time the book should fall open to favorite chapters with its page corners becoming dog eared from use.
While much of the book deals with shooting game at extended ranges the emphasis is always on making an ethical kill and knowing where the individual wall is set for each hunter behind the trigger. You need to crawl before you walk, walk before you run, and train before you go the distance.
I think enough of this book enough to want to include a copy with every Classic or Legend that leaves my shop from this day forward. If the recipient of either rifle reads the text and applies these ideas to their shooting, be it off the end of the muzzle or on the other side of the canyon a lot of the questions I routinely get will already be answered.
Well done Mr. Foster, very well done.
A beginner's perspective: