These firearm books cover many different aspects of guns. Firearm articles, studies, statistics, identification guides and much more are included in this revealing and informative archive.
A firearm is a device that can be used as a weapon that fires either single or multiple projectiles propelled at high velocity by the gases produced through rapid, confined burning of a propellant. In older firearms, this propellant was typically black powder, but modern firearms use smokeless powder, cordite, or other propellants.
Most modern firearms (with the notable exception of smoothbore shotguns) have rifled barrels to impart spin to the projectile for improved flight stability.
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Comparisons between Civilian and Police Use of Firearms, is an insightful manual that presents statistical data and information on gun control and crime rates in the US. Here you will also find details of civilian usage of firearms and how it affects the violent crime rate. An interesting read for anyone who is interested in the hot topic of gun control.
This article summarizes the most appropriate choice of firearm for survival based on the various types of firearms and their advantages and disadvantages for use in a survival situation. Learn everything there is to know about survival and the type of weapon most conducive to protecting yourself, your family and your home.
The ultimate reference book for shooters, gunsmiths, ballisticians, historians, hunters and collectors. Written by Julian Hatcher in 1947, and covers virtually every aspect of firearms then current. The value of the work goes beyond a catalogue of all aspects of military firearms – it is a man discussing the great passion of his life. Imagine an enthusiastic teacher, telling you in detail everything he knows.
Want to find the ultimate handgun reference manual? One that dealt directly with the handgun and its cartridge, put both the mechanical evolution and the historical development of the modern handgun in a comprehensible context, was readable from end to end, presupposed no prior knowledge an the part of the reader, and which, starting from zero level, took him a substantial way up the ladder to general expertise. Then this is the manual you need.
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