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Old 09-12-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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Hey all, as you can tell I am new to this forum,and i am also a beginner to guns.Because of some reasons about my family,i did not have the chance to learn guns when i was young.But i really love guns,and now i am an adult,i want to learn guns!
Now,my living conditions is not very good.I can not spend hundreds dollars to buy a gun,and i want to learn guns from theory at first.I want to know is there any theory books is good for a new leaner? Please give me some advice.Thank you very much!

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Old 09-12-2010, 11:53 AM   #2
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We have a section "Introductions", would you stop in there please?

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I'm sorry but I'm not really sure what you're asking for. Do you have any specific questions or ou just trying to learn about them in general?

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Go to your friendly neighborhood public library. Section 683 is where you'll find books on firearms. Section 363 is where you'll find books about the use and misuse of firearms. The librarians are there to help you find what you want. Good luck and enjoy!

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My first advice...Move out of Chicago.

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Thank you very much,friends!This forum is great,i learn many things here.Thank you!

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Since you are on the internet, the world of firearms is open to you. Do your research online. When you find your answers, keep looking and learning.

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A good place to start is with this link.
Give it a try it's free that's the best part.

Small Arms Illustrated

It has a lot of pictures so it can take a little time to load.

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If your local library uses the Dewey Decimal system of book classification, try 623.4

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