Issue 3 – April 2009 - The Australian Junior Shooter

Australian shooting legend Russell Mark pens a guest editorial column. The SSAA member, Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist, World Champion and Order of Australia recipient tells how he started in the sport at the age of 13 and what it took for him to reach the top. James Adams says to expect the unexpected when on the trail of wily foxes, while North American correspondent Thomas Tabor maps out the many advantages of mounting a scope on your rifle. Rachael Andrews stresses how young shooters should treat every hunting trip as part of a learning curve, and the junior shooter’s find-a-word page presents a grid for you to uncover a host of hidden firearm and shooting related words.