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Old 12-13-2010, 01:54 AM   #1
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I need to read up on gun related material.
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Old 12-13-2010, 03:01 AM   #2
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I always enjoyed The Gunsmith. Clint Adams is the Man.
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I prefer nonfiction.

Cartridges of the world.

Sierra Reloading manual

Hornady reloading manual.

Precision Rifle loading.
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I prefer nonfiction.

Cartridges of the world.

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This is what I'm talking about.

No novels lol
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Any Kuhnhausen book.
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Best Reads: Gunbooks - The Club House


Good read...how could I not buy it at first sight


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In the sixty years since General Kalashnikov created the AK's distinctive silhouette, the gun has been at the centre of conflicts across the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. The weapon that made him a 'Hero of the Soviet Union' has also appeared on t-shirts and vodka bottles, featured in videos and song lyrics and been re-fashioned in crystal - a gift from Putin to George W. Bush. Power, politics and passion combine in the story of a weapon that has shaped the modern world. Using testimonies of people who have experienced the gun at first-hand - including a Sudanese child soldier, a Vietcong veteran, and Yorkshire student - Michael Hodges provides a compelling account of how the AK47 became an icon that ranks alongside Coca-Cola as one of the most recognisable brands in the world.
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Any Kuhnhausen book.
Quoted for truth.

Also: Hatcher's Notebook
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The ultimate Sniper is a good read as well. Might take you a while to get through it.
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I have always enjoyed Col. Coopers writing.
Have most of his books.
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