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Old 08-08-2010, 06:34 PM   #11
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Excellent. And yes, I will be adding that book to the collection, too. Any chance you'll be writing on the Garand, M1A, M1 Carbine, RPK, SKS, and AK47? That would cover quite a few of the toys in the box

And don't worry, we don't keep track of attendence...much. I'm more impressed with the fact that you've taken the time to post in our forum.

We have several folks who have varying levels of technical knowledge with the AR platform, but I don't know of any of us who have enough knowledge to actually write a book on the subject. So I hope you do pop in whenever you can to offer info, suggestions, opinions, or just to shoot the breeze.

Again, welcome.

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Slo, check my sig . Currently in print, in addition to the two AR books and the new M1911 book, you'll find The M14 Complete Assembly Guide (yes, that includes the M1A ) and The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide. After I finish The M1911 Complete Assembly Guide a complete rewrite of The M14 Complete Owner's Guide is on the schedule.

If you see a thread that I've missed (frankly, I'm a busy boy these days!!) but you think I should see, feel free to PM or e-mail (wjkuleck@alum.mit.edu) to alert me to the opportunity!

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Slo, check my sig . Currently in print, in addition to the two AR books and the new M1911 book, you'll find The M14 Complete Assembly Guide (yes, that includes the M1A ) and The M1 Garand Complete Assembly Guide. After I finish The M1911 Complete Assembly Guide a complete rewrite of The M14 Complete Owner's Guide is on the schedule.

If you see a thread that I've missed (frankly, I'm a busy boy these days!!) but you think I should see, feel free to PM or e-mail (wjkuleck@alum.mit.edu) to alert me to the opportunity!

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Walt,

I don't know how I missed those, but they were ordered this a.m. Thanks for pointing that out. I will be looking for the M1911, too.

And the e-mail address has been added, thank you.

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Slo, I can't confirm that you have my books on the shelf...but I am the guy that wrote them.

Honest.

If you're into M1911s, check out the new The M1911 Complete Owner's Guide. I'm well into the writing of the next book...so if my attendence is a bit spotty, that's why .

I do appreciate your kind words!

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Welcome aboard sir...as a greenhorn to the AR platform I look forward to the knowledge that you can add to this already excellent forum.
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Welcome aboard sir...as a greenhorn to the AR platform I look forward to the knowledge that you can add to this already excellent forum.
Thank you for the warm welcome.

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