New Book: European Hunter by Dr. Lloyd Newberry Released

New Book: European Hunter by Dr. Lloyd Newberry Released

European Hunter by Dr. Lloyd Newberry

Sporting Classics Senior Editor Dr. Lloyd Newberry has achieved a record unmatched in the history of sport: hunting big game and birds in 33 European countries. No other sportsman has even come close to his remarkable accomplishment.

And now, in European Hunter, Dr. Newberry has written a comprehensive book on his hunting adventures from Spain to Russia, Italy to Iceland. Throughout its 400 pages, the book includes a wealth of information about Europe's game species, the best places and times to hunt them, along with fascinating glimpses into the rich sporting traditions of each country.

Whether your quarry is brown bear or alpine ibex, driven grouse or capercaillie, it's all here. European Hunter features maps and tourist information for all 33 countries, in addition to many tips for making your travels easier, less costly and more enjoyable. Anyone who has hunted in Europe, or who plans to do so, will find this book extremely interesting and informative.

In addition, the book provides a look at the fascinating historical foundations for hunting in the Old World. The author describes Europe's primary game species, where the best trophies are found and the different methods of scoring them. The author has visited all of the famous gun-making capitals and takes an in-depth look at the rich heritage of sporting arms-makers throughout the continent.

The book contains more than 200 full-color photographs from the author's adventures. An added bonus is the wonderful drawings of Dr. Peter Meile, one of Europe's preeminent artists.

A large, 9×12-inch book, European Hunter is a must-have for the traveling sportsman.

To order European Hunter, call (800) 849-1004, or visit www.sportingclassics.net

ISBN: 978-0-9794853-4-3. Hardcover with dust jacket, $75

About Sporting Classics: Created by a small group of avid sportsmen in 1981, Sporting Classics magazine has become the publication of choice for over 40,000 sportsmen who seek the best in hunting, fishing, wildlife art and collectibles. Every page is carefully crafted, through word and picture, to transport you on an unforgettable journey into the great outdoors. From fiction to modern-day adventures, every article is complemented by exciting photography and masterful paintings. Visit www.sportingclassics.net for more information.

Media Contact: Matt Coffey (800) 849-1004 ext. 219 or [email protected]

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    As I read your book, I wonder about the rifle calibers you used for each game. Also, how do they prepare/clean the skull for the European style mount.

    I am surprised at the misses and/or wounded animals when you are shoot from a rest in the high seat.

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    R. Wayne Moorhead

    Dr. Newberry,

    Saw you book offering in the "Double Gun Journal." I ordered it immediately & am reading it country by country. We regular hunters could never accomplish your feat nor pen a book as authored by you. Only an academic, PhD could document the hunts as well as you do. The accompanying pics excellently support the writings. I read & dream.

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    Dr. Lloyd Newberry is a fraud. He has an Ed.D doctorate in education but he claims to be a medical doctor. More importantly, he tells tall tales about where he has been and what he has done. I remember when he shot a bear with a pistol in a dumpster in the Smokey Mountains and then later wrote an heroic story about how he had saved a child from a charging crazed bear. His stories on hunting in Africa are so embellished it is disgraceful. His works definitely need to be filed under "Fiction" as they are mostly [email protected]