"Suggestions to Military Riflemen." By Lieut. Townsend Whelan, U. S. Army.
Lieut. Whelan, who has been the coach for the U. S. Army Infantry Rifle Team for the past two years, has given in this book the most concise and practical treatise on military rifle shooting produced in this country. From its first chapter on "The selection of an accurate rifle," to its last, "The rifleman on the battlefield," it teems with points invaluable to the man behind the rifle. To all officers and instructors in rifle firing, and especially to those organizing and developing rifle teams (either as members of the team or as team coaches) this book will be of great assistance. In fact, even the most expert shots will find valuable hints in it, while those beginning to shoot, or to develop shooting, will find it a perfect mine of information.
(Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., Kansas City, Mo. Price, $1.1o.)