of the biggest problems confronting outdoor communicators
today is the lack of a readily accepted stylebook.
Sure we revert to Webster's or the AP bible when
we write our articles, but they're no help in
determining if a rifle is color casehardened,
or is it color-casehardened? Improperly used terms
mean and editor has to clean up your work, and
for obvious reasons, will eye your next submission
Two of the nation's top-notch outdoor writers
are working with Sagi to produce an outdoor stylebook
that covers everything from hunting, to shooting,
archery, fishing, climbing and more.
It's long overdue, and if you'd like to be put
on a list to be notified the moment this book
rolls off the press, e-mail Sagi at wildgeese177@ embarqmail.com.
The book will also undergo peer review, making
it what could be the most widely accepted stylebook
in the industry's history.