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The Magic Of Big Game: Original Essays On Big Game Hunting Around The World by Terry Wieland (1999) covers big game all over the world - Africa, North America, Europe and Asia. Outstandingly illustrated by Bruce Langton with wonderful drawings including Cape buffalo, whitetail deer, bongo, African lions and caribou.
Masters of the Wild: The Moving Art Of Manfred Schatz text by Terry Wieland (1991). Manfred Schatz (1925 - 2004) was a German wildlife painter. This book is a lasting tribute to Manfred Schatz and his unique wildlife art.
Wildlife Art: George McLean "Undaunted In Battle" text by Terry Wieland (1992) features the Canadian artist, George McLean, titled "Undaunted in Battle". Also featured is Richard Friese in a very well written piece by Todd Wilkinson, titled "The Rarified Air".
The Animal Art Of Wilhelm Kuhnert: The Complete Collection Of Etchings And Engravings by Terry Wieland (1995) who travelled to Germany to research this book with the Kuhnert family and art professionals. The book gives very credible recognition to this early 20th century German artist noted for his African animal paintings.
Spiral-Horn Dreams by Terry Wieland (1995) covers a subject that arouses as much excitement and emotion as any big game - kudu, bongo, Lord Derby eland, sitatunga, mountain nyala. These animals cause any big game hunter both pain and joy - sometimes simultaneously. If you're not "mad keen" about hunting these animals before reading this book, you will be afterwards.
The Grand Passage: A Chronicle Of North American Waterfowling by Terry Wieland (1990)is the history of waterfowling art, prints, paintings, decoys and Ducks Unlimited.
Masters of the Wild - Guy Coheleach by by Terry Wieland (1995) is an engaging account of the artist and his career. As a painter of birds, Coheleach became noted for his detailed renderings of birds of prey, especially the bald eagle.
Dangerous Game Rifles by Terry Wieland (2006) is a book devoted to rifles that are made for hunting dangerous game. Wieland looks at double rifles, bolt actions, single shot rifles and even big bore lever actions. There is a thorough discussion of cartridges and bullets. He also discusses using dangerous game rifles.
Vintage British Shotguns: A Shooting Sportsman Guide by Terry Wieland (2008). British gunmakers include distinguished, established firms as well as hundreds of lesser-known makers, including small, specialized operations. Wieland has created a guide that looks at today's as well as defunct individual makers, their products and the selling points of particular guns. He compares London guns vs. Birmingham guns, he shows the different types of sidelock and boxlock guns. Also discussed are bolting systems, over-and-unders, chamber lengths and thoughts on what to remember when buying an old English gun. And he names negative points or product limitations.
Any Shot You Want: The A Square Handloading And Rifle Manual edited by Arthur Alphin (1996) with contributions from Terry Wieland, Finn Aagaard, Craig Boddington and Gary Minton. Handloading data for centerfire rifle cartridges from the .22 Hornet up through the .600 Nitro Express, plus rifle and cartridge selection guide for target shooting and hunting everything from prairie dogs to the largest game on earth. Excellent information on ballistics, bullet penetration, velocity, pressure, rifle selection, cartridge and bullet selection.
Classic Sporting Rifles edited by Terry Wieland (2012) is a compilation of articles celebrating iconic guns which includes stories by Townsend Whelen, Elmer Keith, Jack O'Connor, Warren Page, Jim Carmichel and more.
Shooter's Guide To Shotguns edited by Terry Wieland (2013) includes history and information useful for every shotgun owner from beginner to expert. This book explores the makers, the uses and the trends in shotguns past and present.
Great Hunting Rifles: Victorian To The Present by Terry Wieland (2019). Each rifle either represents a particular era of gun making, is historically important, or is simply a paragon of gun making skill. In his treatment of these special rifles, Wieland provides a close look at some individual guns that are superb in a unique way and which illustrate high points of the twentieth century. Includes James Woodward hammer double .450 Express, Holland & Holland hammer .500 Express, Haenel-Mannlicher bolt action, .450 Ackley custom rifle, Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model 1908, Savage Model 1899, Al Biesen custom .270 Winchester, .505 Gibbs and more.