'C' Stories by Jeff Cooper
If you like "Chairman Jeff's" Commentaries and columns, here is his latest book; the word from Gunsite. Great mix of shooting, hunting, history, politics, the USMC, etc. Hardbound, 316 pages, illustrated by Paul Kirchner.
7Y4091R 'C' Stories $49.95
The Last Steel Warrior The U.S. M14 Rifle by Frank Iannamico.
An in-depth study of the 7.62 mm M14 rifle, from its World War
II rootsuntil the end of production. Also included are facts and
history of today's Springfield Armory M1A and commercial M14-type
rifles. The book includes numerous vintage photographs as well
as many taken from museums, privatecollections and remaining government
inventory. 7.62 mm NATO ammunition - Accessories & Accouterments
- Commercial M14 Type Rifles - Development & Research - Experimental
Models - Harrington and Richardson Co. - Lubrication and Maintenance
- Magazines Contractors - Manuals - Olin-Winchester Company -
Production - Springfield Armory Inc. M1AT - The Belgian T48 versus
the U.S. M14 - Full Automatic M1 Garand Rifles - Government Springfield
Armory - The M14 (M) Modified Rifle - M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle
- M14 M Match Rifle - M14E2 and M14A1 SAW - T44 Series Prototype
Rifles - Thompson Ramo Wooldridge - Many . Softbound, 400 pages
previously unpublished vintage photographs.
7Y7242R The Last Steel Warrior $29.95
WW2 FMs - M1 Rifle and
Previously available only as fragile and expensive originals, or overpriced photocopies. Now we can offer reasonably priced, quality reprints of the exact same pocket sized WWII era Field Manuals used by the fighting men who put Omaha Beach and Iwo Jima under new management. The TMs (Technical Manuals) for these two classic weapons have always been readily available, and are great references for the armorer. The Field Manuals offered here cover all necessary user level mechanical information such as disassembly and assembly, maintenance, cleaning, functioning, operation, stoppages, spare parts, instruments and ammunition. But those topics are just the starting point of the FM. The bulk of these FMs deal with actual training and tactical employment of these weapons on both an individual and unit level. Includes individual and unit marksmanship practice and training; how to engage a single enemy soldier, moving vehicles or overflying aircraft. This is information not found in the Technical Manual, but is covered in these books in some detail. Both softbound.
M1 Rifle, FM 23-5 (1943), 370 pages $14.95
M1 Carbine, FM 23-7 (1944), 225 pages $11.95
BLACK RIFLE II - The M16 Into the 21st Century
by Christopher R. Bartocci. Sequel to the 1987 The Black Rifle. The M16 has gone on to become the longest-serving shoulder arm in US history, and the benchmark against which any new military rifle, American or otherwise, must now be compared. The M16 today is at the center of a thriving, multi-million-dollar industry involving numerous companies and military agencies who are designing and manufacturing drop-in upper receivers in various configurations and calibers, plus complex rail systems and other high-tech accessories, all based on the M16 platform, which grows more firmly established with each passing day. This book chronicles all the new third- and fourth-generation rifle and carbine models which have been introduced by Colt and Diemaco since The Black Rifle was originally published, and describes and depicts the myriad of enhanced sights and rails systems which help make the M16s of today the most versatile, modular and effective combat weapons in the world. It also includes a comprehensive survey of the Colt semi-automatic-only family of commercial and law enforcement products, in .222 Remington, 5.56mm (.223 Remington), 9mm and 7.62x39mm, and an in-depth Reference Compendium of all Colt military and civilian models and components. Hardbound, 408 pages, 626 illustrations.
7Y5348R Black Rifle II $69.95
United States Submachine Guns by Frank Iannamico This
profusely illustrated new book covers the research and development
of the submachine gun in the U.S. from World War I to the present.
Some of the weapons and subjects covered in this well-researched
work include: Post WWII Submachine Guns Reising M50, Ithaca M3A1,
Erquiaga SMG, McQueen Sidewinders, The Unger, Ingram M5, M6, M7,
M8 and M9, Ingram M10, MAC 10, MAC 11, Texas MAC M10A1, Jersey
Arms M10, RPB MACs, SWD MACS and M11/Nine, Smith & Wesson
Model 76, West Hurley Thompsons and Drum Magazines, The Viking,
AM 180, MK Arms MK760, Global Arms M76A1, Stemple Submachine Guns,
Medea Corporation M3A1, Colt 9mm Submachine Guns (M16), Group
and Vector UZIs, Calico 960 SMG. WWII Submachine Guns The Pederson
Device, The Hyde 109 submachine gun, The Hyde Model 35, Smith
& Wesson Light Rifle, H&R Reising, Atmed submachine gun,
Hi Standard Submachine Gun, The Woodhull, 1928 Thompson Submachine
Gun, M1 and M1A1 Thompsons, Hyde-Inland, Masco Submachine Gun,
U.S. M2 Submachine Gun, The Turner, United Defense UD M42, U.S.
M3A1, Auto-Ordnance T-2, The T15 and T20, The U.S. M3 Submachine
Gun, United Defense UD-1, The Olsen Submachine Gun, The Sedgley
, The Ruger MP9 Plus...learn how many foreign submachine guns
fared when tested against the U.S. designs at the Aberdeen Proving
Ground from 1939 to1943. Softbound, many photos and charts, nearly
7Y7240R US SMGs $29.95
American Thunder II: The Thompson Military Submachine Guns
by Frank Iannamico. Updated second edition! There have been many books written about the original Colt Thompsons, but never before has such an in depth volume been published on the wartime Thompsons. Includes detailed descriptions of the 1928, 1928A1, M1 and M1A1 models, early history of the Auto-Ordnance Corporation, pre-WWII Colt Thompsons, The Savage Arms Co. Thompsons, the Auto-Ordnance Bridgeport Thompsons, WWII production dates and figures, British and French contracts with Auto-Ordnance, Lend-Lease Thompsons, U.S. Government contracts and numbers, drum and magazine contractors, parts manufacture and original cost, accessories and accoutrements, manuals and more. Softbound, 530 pages, 650+ photographs and charts
Am. Thunder II $29.95
Firearms Suppressor Patents
Volume 1: United States Patents by N.R. Parker, foreword by Alan C. Paulson. The past 25 years have brought amazing advances in the technology, art and science of devices that suppress the sound of gunfire. Now, silencer industry insider N.R. Parker analyzes 37 of the most significant, historic and effective silencer designs ever patented in the United States, as well as some unusual designs and a handful of notable failures. Parker wades through the technical jargon of patent language to identify the noteworthy, unique or revolutionary aspects of each design, detailing not only the important construction elements but the concepts behind its sound-suppression technology. Softcover, 392 pages, illus.
2J0460R F.A. Supp. Patents $45.00
Molon Labe by Boston T. Party. Boston's first novel;
six years in the making and worth the wait! After a decade of
retaking their stolen freedoms, the people of Wyoming are forced
to finally confront their jealous masters in the U.S. Government.
Can a lone, courageous state successfully resist federal tyranny,
or has the Bill of Rights been reduced to a myth? Can an allegedly
free people act free, or is our liberty just a 4th of July farce?
These issues weigh heavily on the shoulders of Governor James
Wayne Preston, a decorated Desert Storm Marine helo pilot. Elected
in 2014 on the Laissez-Faire Party ticket, he enjoys nearly full
support of the legislature to return Wyoming to a long-lost era
of liberty. But how far can he and the people of his state go
before Washington feels compelled to act? Will Wyoming's free
and independent course reach actual secession? Will President
Melvin Connor suppress the maverick Western state with federal
troops? Softbound, 454 pages.
7X6607R Molon Labe $24.00
The Gas Trap Garand by Billy Pyle. Finally, a comprehensive
book on the rarest M1 rifles-the initial 80 rifles made in Garand's
shop and the subsequent 50,000 "gas trap" M1's made
at Springfield Armory between 1937 and 1940. This book has a depth
of technical and historical information never before seen on this
specialized subject, all in a very high quality publication. Hardbound,
316 pages, 383 photos and illustrations.
5J5260R Gas Trap Garand $59.95
Sniper. The techniques and equipment of the deadly marksman
by Mark Spicer. New British book is a manual on fieldcraft, including
camouflage and concealment, use of sniper teams, positions and
use of current sniping systems. Includes photos of current military
snipers from several nations as well as weapons and equipment.
Softbound, 144 pages, illus.
7S8307R Sniper by Spicer $29.95
History of The Browning Machine Guns by Frank Iannamico. In-depth study of these famous weapons as used in World War II and beyond. The book starts out with a brief overview of the history of the machine gun as a military weapon. Subsequent chapters tell of the urgent WWII requirements for machine guns, and how American companies met the challenge of manufacturing millions of the Browning guns, parts, mounts and accessories. All of the WWII contracts are listed, as well as the prices the government paid for the weapons and mounts. Complete detailed descriptions of all variations of the .30 and .50 caliber guns are covered, including ground, aircraft, tank and experimental models. Accessories described include the various mounts, flash-hiders, tools, belts, and links. WWII machine gun tactics to include ground, aircraft and anti-aircraft roles are described. The book concludes with a chapter on today's shooter and collectors of the Browning guns. Included are the modern "new manufacture" variations, semi-automatic guns, display models, caliber conversions, maintenance and more. Softbound, 326 pages, over 250 photos, charts and documents.
7Y9548R Hard Rain $29.95
US Army Special Operations Target Interdiction Course.
Sniper Training and Employment. Official manual used by the U.S.
Army to train snipers in support of Special Operations Forces
(SOF) missions. Loads of information specific to the unique requirements
of SpecOps, including special mission equipment; troubleshooting
the Sniper Weapons System; engagement of moving and snap targets;
sniper tactics for unconventional warfare, direct action, counterterrorism,
combat search and rescue, countersniper situations and civil disturbance
assistance; tricks of the trade in urban environments; battlefield
recovery of ammunition; and much more. Soft., 560 pages, illus.
2J0043R Spec Ops Target Interdiction $50.00
Rapid Fire by Anthony G. Williams. The development of
automatic cannon and heavy machine guns for armies, navies and
air forces. Comprehensive history of the development of heavy
weapons for all nations throughout the 20th century. Includes
information on cartridges, projectiles, mounts, sights, feed devices
and more. Heavy emphasis on the 1935-1955 period as well as a
look to the future. Hardbound, 256 pages, almost 200 illus.
9V0739R Rapid Fire $39.95
American Thunder by Frank Iannamico. Big new history
of the military Thompson Submachine Guns. Covers the various models,
accessories, drums and mags, serial ranges, ammunition, etc. for
Colts, Auto Ordnance, Savage, M1-M1A1, etc. Information for today's
Class 3 shooter as well. Lots of good information at a reasonable
price. Softbound, 294 pages, heavily illustrated.
7X9227R Am. Thunder N/A
Tactical Pistol Marksmanship by Gabe Suarez. If you
subscribe to the (sighted fire) "Modern Technique of the
pistol" (and Suarez makes a good case for it here), this
is very current thinking on how to hone your shooting skills to
combat ready levels. Includes basics of grip and stance, practice
routines, employment in low light, reloads, malfunctions, failure
to stop. Softbound, 190 pages, illustrated
2J0278R Tac Pistol Marksmanship $20.00
Street Smarts, Firearms and Personal Security by Jim
Grover. For years we promoted Massad Ayoob's Truth About Self-Protection.
With that book no longer available, we think we have a worthy
successor. New book compiles best of Grover's Guns & Ammo
and Handguns articles on every area of personal safety from home
and vehicle security to close combat and night shooting. Softbound,
280 pages, illus.
2J0067R Street Smarts $35.00
The Complete .50-Caliber Sniper Course by Dean Michaelis.
It all began with the oversized German rifles of WWI, but has
now been brought to the level of a fine art. Covers the major
rifles, day and night sighting systems, laser range finders and
meteorological instruments. Techniques taught include allowing
for range and weather, zeroing these heavy rifles, interpreting
ballistic data and more. Covers Softbound, 576 pages, illus.
2J0068R .50-Cal Sniper Course $60.00
Legends and Reality of the AK. Behind the scenes look
at history, design and impact of the Kalashnikov family of weapons
by Val Shilin and Charlie Cutshaw. A treasury of information from
the Izmash Arms Factory, home base of the Kalashnikov Design Bureau.
Covers AK rifles, shotguns and pistols. Everything from the earliest
Kalashnikov designs to photos of the latest prototypes of the
AN-94 rifle. Softbound, 192 pages, illus.
2J0069R Legends/Reality of AK $35.00
Extreme Close-Quarters Shooting (video). A critical
analysis of contact-distance shooting tactics with Ralph Mroz.
Most gunfight deaths occur at distances of less than 5 feet; a
distance that one prominent training facility refers to as "The
Hole". Various techniques such as the Speed Rock, and Shove
and Shoot are demonstrated on the range, and realistic scenarios
are played out for the camera. Color, 60 minutes, VHS.
2J0056V ECQ Shooting Video $39.95
Tactical Reality by Louis Awerbuck, author of The
Defensive Shotgun and Hit or Myth. Collects ten years
of Awerbuck's magazine articles in SWAT and SOF on subjects ranging
from creative target systems to marksmanship under stress, and
survival in deadly force situations. Latest word in realistic
training. Softbound, 272 pages, photos.
The Fighting Submachine Gun, Machine Pistol and Shotgun
by Timothy J. Mullin, author of Testing the War Weapons. Mullin's
latest evaluates more than 50 SMGs and shotguns from WWI to the
present, including personal testing in combat type conditions.
Tells which weapons work and which don't, which are better for
police and which for military, how different ammo affects performance
and much more in this photo illustrated book. Softbound, 224 pages.
2J0040R Fighting SMG by Mullin $35.00
US Marine Sniper ID. Pocket sized card is blank - you supply the information and picture. Complete with laminated cover and simple instructions. $4.95
US Army Sniper ID. Pocket sized card is blank - you supply the information and picture. Complete with laminated cover and simple instructions. $4.95
Concealed Weapons Badge. Over 30 States now have non-discretionary CCW laws. Professional quality CCW badge comes with US type enamel center. $24.95
If you prefer, add $6.00 to your order and we can supply a badge center for your particular State along with simple instructions for affixing same.
U.S. Infantry Weapons of World War II by Bruce N. Canfield.
Improved Second Edition. The definitive study of the infantry
weapons carried into combat by the Army and Marines and fired
from the hand, shoulder or light support - rifles, carbines, edged
weapons, shotguns, machine guns, mortars, bazookas, grenades,
recoilless rifles, submachine guns, automatic rifles, flame throwers.
Special "collectors notes" in each chapter! Hardbound,
303 pp., 417 photos, 8.5" x 11".
7X5121R US Inf Wpns WWII $35.00
A Collector's Guide to U.S. Combat Shotguns by Bruce
N. Canfield. From the earliest examples up to the Gulf War and
beyond. The most stress is given to the trench guns, riot guns
and training guns of WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Softbound,
184 pp., 8" x 10.75", illustrated with many descriptive
and archival photographs and tables.
7X5122R Collector Guide US Shotguns $24.00
Japanese Military Cartridge Handguns 1893-1945 by Harry
L. Derby III and James D. Brown. New book adds 20 years of original
research to Hand Cannons of Imperial Japan, of which this is an
expanded and revised edition. In addition to the pistols and revolvers
you would expect, covers signal pistols, foreign procured arms,
ammunition, holsters, accessories, newly discovered variants,
coverage of Japanese markings, inspection marks on the Types 14
and 94, serial number and production data. Major work which will
quickly be accepted as "the" authority. Hardbound,3
350 pages, 550 photos and illustrations in b&w and color.
6E1780R Jap. Mil. Cartridge HG $79.95
German 7.9mm Military Ammunition by Daniel W. Kent.
This is the second revised and expanded edition - an encyclopedic
study of the Mauser round. Covers both World Wars - S Ball, tracer,
incendiary, explosive bullets, signal rounds, poison rounds, API,
electric primed, duplex bullets, etc., etc. The first edition
went out of print in the mid-1970s. This revised edition is crammed
with illustrations and answers every question on this important
military round. 235 pages, hardbound. Last call for this nice
book, supplies very limited
4W0001R German 7.9mm Ammo OP
Skoda Heavy Guns by Michal Prasil. The Czech firm of
Skoda was the second largest arms manufacturer in Europe. The
heavy guns of Skoda and their unique gasoline-electri transports,
served in both World Wars. Covers the 24cm cannon, 38cm howitzer,
42cm howitzer. Softbound, 144 pages, many illustrations
6E0288 Skoda Heavy Guns $19.95
Blitzkrieg (MP-40) The MP-40 Maschinenpistole of World
War II by Frank Iannamico. The author's earlier MP-40 book has
been completely revised and reformatted. Includes coverage of
the MP18, MP28, Bergmann, Erma, Steyr-Solothurn, MP36, Aberdeen
Proving Grounds trials, production and proof mark information,
accessories, other German SMGs, and a chapter for the modern shooter-collector.
Softbound, 278 pages, many photos, illustrations and documents.
7Y9549R Blitzkrieg (MP-40) $29.95
The Tactical 1911. The Street Cop's and SWAT Operator's
Guide to Employment and Maintenance by Dave Lauck. In the 1970s
and 1980s, after many law enforcement agencies began to adopt
various models of handguns chambered in the 9mm round, horror
stories began to emerge of drug-crazed felons and psychopaths
not stopping when hit by what should have been several fatal shots.
These innumerable tales have led to the reemergence of the fabled
Colt Model 1911 chambered in .45 ACP, a round famous for its one-shot-and-you-stop
capability. The Tactical 1911 is the definitive guide to choosing,
modifying, and employing the big .45 for every situation the street
cop or SWAT team member might encounter. From base guns, ammo
and holster selection and concealed carry to accessories, gunfighting
tactics and maintenance, this one-of-a-kind manual from veteran
cop and master gunsmith Dave Lauck teaches you everything you
need to know about the great Colt 1911. 8 1/2 x 11, softcover,
photos, illus., 152 pp.
2J4985R Tactical 1911 $25.00
The Tactical Marksman by Dave Lauck. Expert advice for
both tactical and competitive rifle shooting. Advanced level information
on optics, zeroing, ballistics, maintenance, practical training,
close-action rifle, etc. Softbound, 176 pages, extensively illustrated.
2J4881R The Tactical Marksman $34.95
The Tactical Pistol by Gabriel Suarez, foreword by Jeff
Cooper. Advanced Gunfighting Concepts and Techniques. More than
20 chapters give detailed coverage on lifesaving lessons from
the streets of L.A.-tactics and techniques for deploying and firing
your sidearm. Softbound, 216 pages, illustrated.
2J4864R The Tactical Pistol $25.00
The Tactical Shotgun by Gabriel Suarez. The best techniques
and tactics for employing the shotgun in personal combat. 22 chapters
cover all kinds of short range, low light situations, stopping
power, ammunition, one handed operation, sights, etc. Softbound,
232 pages, illus.
2J4327R The Tactical Shotgun $25.00
The Tactical Rifle by Gabriel Suarez. Latest in the
series. Exposes the myths that have largely kept rifles out of
urban policing and details the many advantages and innovative
techniques that can make the long gun a lifesaver for the police
officer and tactical rifleman. Softbound, 264 pages, photos.
2J0049R Tactical Rifle $25.00
The New World of Russian Small Arms and Ammo by Charlie
Cutshaw. The AK-47 and SKS could not be better known. This book
covers the lesser known, newly developed and highly innovative
Russian small arms systems. Detailed descriptions, specifications
and drawings of underwater weapons, weapons that use silent ammo,
unknown families of SMGs, pistols and revolvers, tactical shotguns
and grenade launchers as well as revolutionary new assault rifles,
including the AN-94, heir apparent to the AK-47. Includes a comprehensive
chapter on newly developed Russian ammunition as well. Hardbound,
160 pages, illus.
2J4993R New World of Russian S.A. $42.95
Kalashnikov Arms. You no longer have to order from Russia to get the most detailed book yet on the AK assault rifle series! Each page of this English language edition has a photo of one or two weapons, including many prototypes (like an AK with a 100 round box magazine...) that are virtually unknown outside Russia. Published for the 50th anniversary of the AK in 1997, this is the most detailed book on the subject ever. Hardbound, 241 pages, color photos.
7X1499R Kalashnikov Arms $49.95
Fireworks. A Gunsite Anthology by Jeff Cooper. Back
in print! Jeff Cooper's name has come to mean shooting, wisdom
and combat. Cooper's Fireworks is a collection of wild, hilarious,
shocking and always meaningful tales from the remarkable life
of an American firearms legend. Mount up and ride along with Cooper
as he fights the Japanese in the Pacific, hunts giant Cape buffalo
in Africa, recounts the exploits of such fighting men as Wild
Bill Hickock and Medal of Honor winner Col. Herman Henry Hanneken
and much more. Softbound, illus., 192 pp.
2J4996R Fireworks $27.00
Defensive Shooting For Real-Life Encounters. A Critical
Look at Current Training Methods by Ralph Mroz. In this insightful
analysis of shooting and fighting instruction, noted firearm expert
Ralph Mroz examines the myths and misinformation that plague the
gun community. From the five deadly training traps to unrealistic
training exercises to concealed-carry mistakes, Mroz offers solutions
to help defensive shooters snap out of their routines and become
better and safer with their firearms. Mroz, whose articles have
appeared in Combat Handguns and Guns magazines, takes a no-nonsense
approach to such topics as the need for empty-hands skills, range
training vs. real-world training, the problem of range standards,
understanding and developing startle recovery, and more. Softbound,
152 pages, photos, illus.
2J0094R Defensive Shooting by Mroz $18.00
U.S. Infantry Weapons of the First World War by Bruce
N. Canfield. The definitive study of the infantry weapons carried
into combat by the Army and Marines, including rifles, pistols,
shotguns, machine guns, automatic rifles, flamethrowers, bayonets,
knives, grenades. Special "collectors notes" in each
chapter! Hardbound, 293 pages, hundreds of photos, 8.5" x
7X1890R US Inf Wpns WWI $39.95
The Official Soviet
Mosin-Nagant Rifle Manual. Translation by MAJ James F.
Gebhardt (Ret.) Enthusiasts of the venerable Mosin-Nagant bolt-action
rifle, one of the most basic of the Russian and Soviet small arms,
will find a wealth of information in the latest Soviet military
manual translation by Maj. James F. Gebhardt. The manual, available
in English for the first time, covers disassembly and assembly,
cleaning and lubricating, and firing for zero at the specified
zeroing range of 100 meters. Described in detail are all the steps,
procedures and criteria that will ensure proper and safe function
of the rifle or carbine. Also included are several data tables
describing the ballistic performance of the 148-grain type-1908
projectile and the weight and length of the basic rifle and carbines
in various configurations. For those interested in the sniper
version of this rifle, an appendix describes both the PE and PU
scopes. This is the ultimate source for Mosin-Nagant owners. 8
1/2 x 11, softcover, illus., 112 pp
2J0081R Off. Mosin-Nagant Man $19.00
Boston's Gun Bible by Boston T. Party. 2003 follow-on
to Boston on Guns & Courage is a massive resource. Adds a
whopping 28 new chapters for an additional 500+ pages of material.
Evaluates many pre- and postban models, and is that unique blend
of technical savvy, tactical insights and street smart legal tips
that will serve you well. Abundant RKBA/2nd Amendment writings
and essays as well. Softbound, 726 pages.
2J6606R Boston's Gun Bible $28.00
The Art of the Rifle by Jeff Cooper. The long awaited
new book is here! Pick up a rifle you know how to use and you
will, in the author's words, "change instantly from a subject
to a citizen." Finding the subject "completely ignored
since WWII", Cooper tells you everything you need to know
to shoot a rifle for hunting, combat or targets. Hardbound, 104
2J4931R The Art of the Rifle $29.95
The Complete M1 Garand. A Guide for the Shooter and
Collector by Jim Thompson. The first self-loading rifle to see
widespread military use, the robust M1 Garand survived the tests
of battle in both World War II and Korea and remains a favorite
among competition shooters and collectors to this day. This heavily
illustrated, practical history tells the complete story of the
rifle's development, look, feel and function. A thoroughly researched
overview provides background on manufacturers and stateside sources
as well as discussing ammunition and accuracy. Detailed photo
sections present the early and WWII rifles; the WWII and postwar
rebuilds; special purpose rifles and rarities, including the sniper
rifles, the match rifles and the T26; and spin-offs and derivatives,
including the M14, M1A and BM.59. For the shooter, reprinted military
and National Match manuals, a troubleshooting chart and a section
on reloading provide valuable functional data. Collectors will
benefit from an extensive parts compendium and up-to-date market
information. Softbound, 160 pages, photos, illus.
2J4984R The Complete M1 $25.00
The Belgian Rattlesnake by Wm. M. Easterly. Complete
story ("Social and Technical Biography") of the Lewis
Automatic Machine Gun and its inventor. The Lewis gun addressed
the overheating problem by utilizing the free flow of air, reducing
weight and bulk, and resulting in a practical and lightweight
MG. While US Marines and "doughboys" were stuck with
the French Chauchat, the Lewis Gun soon became a favorite with
British and Canadian infantry and specialized "machine gun
killer" teams. Aside from the western Allies, the Lewis served
with Russia, Japan, Germany, Italy, Holland and Portugal. Two
complete chapters on accessories, one for the ground Lewis, and
one for the air service variations. Hard., 584 pages, 686 illustrations.
5J5236R The Belgian Rattlesnake $79.95
Machine Gun Buyers Guide and Owners Manual by Frank
Iannamico. Complete guide to the buying, owning, storage and transportation
of civilian machine guns. Guides you through the state-by-state
variations in laws. Covers values/prices, types of MGs, buying/selling,
legalities, etc. If you have a question on this subject, this
1996 book should answer it. Soft., 112 pages.
7D1834R MG Buyers Guide $14.95
The Gatling Gun by Joseph Berk. When the Gatling appeared
in 1862, it was so advanced that the brass had no idea what to
make of it. Now, well over a century later the Gatling continues
its reign on the battlefield, decimating VC assaults in Vietnam
and contributing to the victory in Kuwait. This is the complete
story. 136 pages, softbound, photos
2J1644R Gatling Gun $29.95
Stoner 63 Weapons System. Reprint of the comprehensive
users manual on this complete small arms system favored by the
Navy and Marine Corps. Softbound, 34 pages.
2J4804R Stoner 63 Wpns System $9.95
Silencer History and Performance, Vol 1: Sporting and
Tactical by Alan C. Paulson. Unprecedented look at the development
of the latest silencers made by the world's top designers as well
as an objective analysis of their capabilities. It reveals the
proper methods for measuring suppressor performance, debunks misleading
articles and unfounded claims made by previous writers, and provides
authoritative details on the best pistol, rifle, carbine and machinegun
silencers used by discriminating civilian gun owners, elite military
units and secretive government agencies. Superior photos, many
never before published, and clear illustrations highlight the
text. Softbound, 424 pages, photos, illus.
2J4909R Silencer History $50.00
Handgun Stopping Power by Evan Marshall and Ed Sanow.
Controversial 1992 study focuses on dramatic firsthand accounts
of handgun rounds fired into criminals by cops and armed citizens.
Provides accurate wound ballistics information that police and
civilians can use to survive lethal confrontations. Combines case
histories with test firings into 10% ordnance gelatin to predict
the stopping power of any handgun load. 240 pages, hardbound.
2J4653R Handgun Stopping Power $45.00
Street Stoppers by Evan Marshall and Ed Sanow. The long
awaited sequel to Handgun Stopping Power. Discusses the latest
street results in all the major calibers, including the hot new
.40 S&W, the controversial Strasbourg tests done on live goats,
a powerful new formula to predict stopping power and a response
to criticisms of the authors' first book. Softbound, 392 pages,
2J0185R Street Stoppers $42.95
Stopping Power by Evan P. Marshall and Edwin J. Sanow.
2001 book is a practical analysis of the latest handgun ammunition.
In the five years since their last book, Street Stoppers, many
more shootings involving many new calibers and bullets have occurred.
Latest information on results from the street on new calibers
like the .357 SIG as well as newly developed loadings and bullets
for older calibers. Fascinating and useful information. Softbound,
360 pages, 500+ photos.
2J0128R Stopping Power $49.95
Shoot to Kill by Charles W. Sasser, coauthor of One
Shot-One Kill. Profiles of cops who have used deadly force in
the line of duty. Softbound, 265 pages.
3H8929R Shoot to Kill $6.00
Police Rifles by Richard Fairburn. Selecting the right
rifle for street patrol and special tactical situations. Covers
the three major categories: patrol rifles, military rifles and
sniper rifles. Analyzes common and little known weapons, calibers
and performance maximizing tips. Softbound, 248 pages.
2J4799R Police Rifles $35.00
Lasers and Night Vision Devices by Duncan Long. Only
book we have seen that examines the evolution of devices allowing
weapons to be used in low light/no light conditions. From the
torch to active and passive systems, radar, lasers, optics and
more. Softbound, 150 pages, photos and illustrations.
3C4068R Lasers/Night Vision $29.95
War Baby by Larry L. Ruth. The most extensive and highest
quality book ever on the U.S. Caliber .30 Carbine. From 1941 prototype
through the six million rifles produced in WW2, this is the complete
story of development and production of every Carbine model and
variant. From the publisher of The Black Rifle and Backbone of
the Wehrmacht. Hardbound, 512 pages, 398 illustrations
5J5117R War Baby $69.95
War Baby Comes Home by Larry Ruth. Companion volume
to his massive, War Baby, history of the M1 Carbine. Covers use
of the Carbine by friend and foe in the last 50 years, postwar
developments, exhaustive listing of accessories, history and varieties
of US military carbine ammunition and a presentation of other
weapons, sporting and military, in .30 Carbine caliber. Hardbound,
386 pages, 414 illustrations.
5J5123R War Baby Comes Home $49.95
The L'il M1 (.30 Cal. Carbine) by Duncan Long. Interesting,
useful information combines a history of the M1 Carbine with commercial
variants, accessories, maintenance, use of the Carbine and Enforcer
pistol. Softbound, 203 pages, illus.
C9164R The L'il M1 $14.95
Battlefield Analysis of Infantry Weapons by S.L.A. Marshall.
Another of the justly famed studies done specifically for the
military by America's leading military historian. This one is
an in-depth comparison of the combat performance of some of the
great and not so great small arms and crew served weapons used
in the Korean War including the BAR, M1 Rifle, M1 Carbine, pistol,
grenades, quad .50's, rocket launchers, mortars, etc. Interesting
and timeless study of the effects of weapons and communications
failures, strain. A classic is back for your SLAM library! 103
5C7510 Battlefield Analysis (not presently available)
Ordnance Went Up Front by Roy F. Dunlap. Available for
the first time in 40 years, a classic originally produced by Samworth,
publishers of A Rifleman Went to War and With British Snipers
to the Reich. Dunlap was an experienced shooter and gunsmith when
he joined the Ordnance Corps in 1942. These are the informed observations
of an expert who studied and used the small arms of all the powers
of WW2-American, British, Russian, German, Italian and Japanese.
This books tells how they handle, shoot and function; their weak
points and their strong ones; where they broke and how they could
be fixed. Highly accurate and detailed practical and technical
information on military small arms and ammunition. Hardbound,
330 pages, photos.
7D9927R Ordnance Went Up Front $34.95
The Fighting Garand Owner's Manual. Changes in the onerous
1968 GCA mean that the king of WWII battle rifles, the M1 Garand,
is available to American shooters at a reasonable price again.
You will need knowledge to make the most of your Garand and this
book will guide you through inspection, disassembly, maintenance,
repair historical background and more. 94 pages, illustrated,
5C6612R Fighting Garand $13.95
The M1 Garand 1936-1957 by Joe Poyer and Craig Riesch.
Very thorough examination of the M1 rifle, the "greatest
battle implement" ever devised. Every part is described in
number range. There are 18 bolts, 23 operating rods, 25 follower
rods, six front sights, 23 trigger housings, 10 stocks and 33
inspector's cartouches-do yours match up? Softbound, 216 pages.
7D6629R M1 Garand 1936-57 $19.95
Beretta 92F/M9. Detailed, well illustrated manual on
this popular 9mm pistol which is now the choice of the armed forces
as well as several large police agencies. Covers disassembly and
reassembly, maintenance and inspection, trouble shooting and repair,
special tools and equipment, complete parts list and more. 72
pages, softbound, illustrated
5C7129R Beretta 92F $11.95
Guns, Bullets, and Gunfights by Jim Cirillo. The author
is truly one of the great street cops of all times, attaining
near legendary status with the (now defunct and very politically
incorrect) NYPD Stakeout Squad. Here is first person instruction
on handling both stress and guns, which bullets are most effective,
guidelines to effective training and a number of gripping (and
humorous) "war stories." Softbound, 136 pages, photos.
2J4877R Guns, Bullets, and Gunfights $16.00
Click here for Jim Cirillo training video
The Shotgun in Combat by Tony Lesce. Law officers and
military tacticians agree that one weapon is superior to all others
in close-combat situations: the shotgun. Civilians wishing to
use their guns in the most efficient possible way will find much
of use here including combat loads, concealment, preparation and
use of the shotgun in combat, home defense, night use, police
use, etc. 152 pages, softbound, photos, illustrated
2J4314R The Shotgun in Combat $14.00
The Defensive Shotgun by Louis Awerbuck, former chief
rangemaster at Jeff Cooper's API. Excellent discussion of shotguns,
their ammunition, capabilities and limitations, shooting, tactics,
slings, multiple targets, one handed operation, etc. 78 pages,
softbound, extensively illustrated
5C7412R The Defensive Shotgun $12.95
Remington 1100 Exotic Weapons System by J.M. Ramos.
Available again! For certain kinds of combat, the fighting shotgun
is the weapon of choice. This book details the construction of
the ultimate fighting shotgun, a ten shot, full auto, low recoil
system equal in combat power to several SMGs. Includes plans and
machinist's drawings. Softbound, 88 pages, illustrated.
2J4262R Rem. 1100 Exotic $20.95
Weapons Tests and Evaluations. The Best of Soldier Of
Fortune by Peter G. Kokalis. Kokalis, has traveled the globe for
20 years risking enemy fire from the jungles of El Salvador to
the deserts of Africa to bring more exclusives to readers of SOF
magazine than any other writer on small arms. Comprehensive anthology
of Kokalis' best articles from SOF and Fighting Firearms magazines,
with authoritative reviews and detailed information on dozens
of handguns, rifles, SMGs, sniper rifles, and shotguns. You'll
also travel with him as he trains El Salvador's Atlacatl Battalion,
visits the cagey gun dealers of Afghanistan to test the elusive
Soviet AGS-17, and goes where no Western writer has gone before
for his groundbreaking eight-part series examining the weapons
of the Chinese army. Softbound, 416 pages, photos.
2J0122R Kokalis: Weapon Tests $45.00
Stressfire II by Massad Ayoob. Second volume in the
series on advanced tactics and techniques for police gunfighting
covers the combat shotgun. Detailed, extensively photo illustrated
information on ballistics, tactics, functioning, shooting, loading,
etc. Soft., 200 pages
7K7911R Stressfire II $12.00
.303 No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle by Peter Laidler with Ian
Skennerton. Technical, highly detailed study of the sniper rifle
that served with British combat units for over 50 years. Includes
armorer inside tips on maximizing the accuracy potential of these
rifles. Hard., 126 pages, photos.
5F7144R No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle $29.95
The FAL Rifle. The classic edition by R. Blake Stevens.
Now, all three volumes of this great series (North American FALs/UK
& Commonwealth FALs/The Metric FAL) together in one huge volume.
Large format, hardbound, 848 pages, 844 illustrations.
5J5168R The FAL Rifle $129.95
FN-FAL Auto Rifles. If you own a FAL, you'll make good
use of this well illustrated, complete manual. Softbound, 130
5C7945R FAL Manual $13.95
Small Arms Identification Series. All by Ian Skennerton.
Series on British arms that is like an owner's manual for the
weapon described. Each volume has 48 pages and has over 60 illustrations
and assembly drawings. Softbound, large format.
7X8100R .303 Rifle No. 1 S.M.L.E. $9.95
7X8101R.303 Rifle No. 4 $9.95
7X8102R.303 Rifle No. 5 Mk 1 (Jungle Carbine) $9.95
7X8103R .303 Bren LMG $9.95
7X8104R .303 Vickers MG Mk I $9.95
The Lee-Enfield Story by Ian Skennerton. The detailed
history of the Lee-Metford, Lee-Enfield and No. 4 series rifles
and carbines, 1880 to the present. This is the revised and updated
2007 follow-on to The British Service Lee. Covers all models,
British, North American, Australian and Indian production, accessories,
markings, etc. Hardbound, 503 pages, heavily illustrated.
5F4915R The Lee-Enfield Story $89.95
British Service Rifles and Carbines by Alan M. Petrillo.
Review of the Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield rifles and carbines,
1888-1900. 60 photos illustrate all models of these first British
box magazine arms. Includes models which were later modernized.
Soft., 72 pages.
7D7705R Brit. Service Rifles $11.95
Martini-Henry .450 Rifles & Carbines by Dennis Lewis.
Become an instant expert on the rifles that conquered the Zulus!
1996 book has numerous photos of the rifles, bayonets, accessories
and ammunition. Softbound, 70 pages.
7D7712R Martini-Henry $11.95
British .22 Training Rifles by D. Lewis and R. Washburn.
Brief history with many photos of the Short .22s, Long .22s, commercial
models, Pattern 1914 and 1918 trainers, the No.2MkIV*, the Number
7, Number 8 and Number 9 rifles, plus the Parker Hiscock magazine
and 10A sight. Softbound, 64 pages
7D4339R Brit. .22 Training Rifles $10.95
The Lee Enfield Number 1 Rifles by Alan M. Petrillo.
Story of the British soldier's rifle in W.W. One, the No. 1 SMLE,
Short Magazine Lee Enfield. Numerous photos, illustrations, includes
information on each Mark as well as conversions. Softbound, 64
7D7701R L.E. Number 1 Rifle $10.95
The Lee Enfield Number 4 Rifles by Alan M. Petrillo.
Primer on the Ultimate Lee Enfield Rifle from trials in 1931 through
final marks and models. Covers accessories, bayonets, No. 4 Mark
1 (T) sniping manual, etc. Softbound, 64 pages, illus.
7D7700R L.E. Number 4 Rifles $10.95
The Number 5 Jungle Carbine by Alan M. Petrillo. Brief
but comprehensive treatment of this rifle both Mark 1 and the
never produced Mark 2. General history, story of the infamous
"wandering zero", etc. Softbound, 32 pages.
7D7708R No. 5 Jungle Carbine $7.95
Browning Hi-Power Pistols. The M1935 Browning Hi-Power
9mm pistol is one of the best ever made and a long time favorite
of some of the world's top special units. This manual will show
you everything you need to know about maintenance, disassembly,
repair, zero, etc. Softbound, 47 pages.
5C7945R Hi-Power Manual $9.95
Backbone of the Wehrmacht by Richard D. Law, ed. by
R. Blake Stevens. Revised edition of the first in-depth study
of the most produced bolt action rifle in history, the German
K98k. Over 14 million K98ks were produced during 1934-45 in over
100 different code and date variations. This big book gives the
historical background to the K98k as well as official procedures
for manufacture, fitting and inspection for every major component.
Gives K98k production by code and year, includes every significant
marking on every production K98k. Exhaustive data on production
quantities, times, personnel and costs. Has separate chapters
on sniper versions, contract K98ks, special purpose K98ks and
illustrations of virtually every K98k variation and accessory
ever issued. 400+ pages, hardbound, 400+ illustrations
5J5102R Backbone of the Wehrmacht $69.95
Sniper Variations of the German K98K Rifle by Richard
D. Law. The long awaited second volume to Backbone of the Wehrmacht!
In-depth account of the telescope sighted K98k, the specialist
weapon of choice for most German snipers during WW2. Extensive
new information on the development of these rifles and the three
types of scopes (ZF 39, ZF 41 and ZF 4) and mounts used with them.
Hardbound, 240 pages, 291 illustrations.
5J5222R Sniper Variations of 98K $47.50
German Machineguns by Daniel D. Musgrave. This long
O/P book commanded prices of $100+ when available. Now there is
a revised edition on the market! Combines extensive text with
crystal clear photos and drawings to tell the whole story of from
Maxim to HK. Hardbound, 586 pages, 650 illustrations.
5Q5406R German MGs $49.95
German Infantry Weapons, Vol. 1. Heavily illustrated
Army manual guiding WW2 G.I.'s to the pistols, SMGs, MGs, rifles
and heavier weapons of the Wehrmacht. Detailed descriptions and
operating instructions on over 20 weapons from the Luger to the
150mm heavy infantry howitzer. Softbound, 190 pages, over 100
5C2185R Ger. Inf Weapons, Vol. 1 $14.95
German MP-40 SMG. Return of this hard-to-find fully
illustrated manual on this famous WW2 submachinegun! Everything
on functioning, maintenance and use in a concise package. Softbound,
5C4857R German MP-40 SMG $16.95
Honour Bound -The Chauchat Machine Rifle by Demaison
and Buffetaut. Much maligned today, the infamous Chauchat was
still the most manufactured automatic weapon of WWI! Likewise,
it was in many respects ahead of its time with a pistol grip,
large capacity magazine, selector switch and bipod. Here is the
full story. Hardbound, 227 pages, 244 illustrations.
5J5190 Honour Bound $39.95
Proud Promise by Jean Huron. History of French autoloading
rifles 1898-1979. Little is known about the importance of French
contributions to modern arms design, including many "world
firsts" in wide use today. Hard., 216 pages, 298 illus.
5J5186R Proud Promise $39.95
The '03 Era by Clark S. Campbell. When smokeless revolutionized
U.S. riflery. Much expanded version of Campbell's earlier works
representing forty years of research into "all things '03".
The reference on the famous Springfield '03. Hardbound, 334 pages,
5J5181R The '03 Era $44.50
HK Assault Rifle Systems by Duncan Long. Heavily illustrated
guide to the G3 rifle and its spinoffs such as the HK-91/93/84,
SR-9, SAR-3/8, SP-89, etc. Includes coverage of the machinegun
and submachinegun versions as well as a wide range of aftermarket
accessories. You'll find new information and many great photos
on this family of weapons which is a favorite of the world's elite
and counterterrorist forces. Softbound, 128 pp.
5C8644R HK Assault Rifle Systems $27.95
US Rifle M14 by R. Blake Stevens. Revised edition of
the complete history of the last wood and metal battle rifle issued
to US troops. Begins with the M1 Garand and covers all modifications
leading to the adoption of the M14 in 1957. This new edition contains
much added material on the Advanced Marksmanship Training Unit
(AMTU) modifications to the M14 which allow it to soldier on as
the deadly M21 sniper rifle. 352 pp, 246 illustrations, hardbound
5J5110R US Rifle M14 $47.95
M14/M14A1 Rifles & Rifle Marksmanship. Manual has
a detailed description of these rifles and characteristics, assembly/disassembly,
maintenance, operation, ammunition, field firing and more. Softbound,
236 pages, illus.
5C8090R M14/M14A1 Rifles $19.95
The M16A1 Rifle. Operation and Preventive Maintenance.
This is the famous "comic book" manual on the M16 rifle.
Prepared by the Army during the Vietnam War, it is 32 pages of
beautifully illustrated information (by Will Eisner) on how to
keep your AR-15 or M16 firing under the worst conditions. Whatever
your questions on cleaning, lubrication or operation, you'll quickly
find the answers here. 5x7'', 32 pages
3C1601R M16A1 Rifle $6.95
The Black Rifle. M16 Retrospective by R. Blake Stevens
and Edward C. Ezell. Not just the complete M16 history by two
of the most knowledgeable authorities, but a full account of its
predecessors, contemporaries and offshoots. The story of the problems,
the improvement programs, latest M16A2 models and future developments
such as the caseless cartridge and flechette firing weapons. No
question, this is THE book on the M16! 416 pages, 441 illustrations,
5J5042R Black Rifle $59.95
The AR-15/M16, A Practical Guide by Duncan Long. Now,
the definitive guide to the current and future U.S. military rifle.
Covers a wide range of accessories, full auto conversion, suppliers,
combat use, cleaning and lubrication, assembly and disassembly,
grenade launchers and more. Make the most of your rifle with this
comprehensive guide. 168 pages, well illustrated, softbound
2J4321R AR-15/M16 Practical Guide $22.00
Official 9mm Makarov Pistol Manual. The complete Soviet
Makarov FM translated into English. 84 pages, soft., illustrated.
5C7446R Makarov Pistol $12.95
AK-47 by Duncan Long. Covers the entire Kalashnikov
family - usage, field stripping, troubleshooting, specifications,
ammo and accessories for the AK and related weapons - Galil, etc.
192 pp, softbound
2J4477R AK-47 by Long $20.00
The AK-47 Assault Rifle. Complete practical and technical
information on the most widely distributed weapon in the world.
Information on variants, parts, assembly, functioning, inspection,
use and handling, ammunition, etc. Over 150 pages and more than
100 illustrations make this a valuable addition to your library.
5C7135R AK-47 $15.95
The SKS Type 45 Carbines by Duncan Long. These highly
serviceable rifles are now available to the gun buying public
at rock bottom prices. If you own one, or would like to, here's
a valuable history of the SKS (from dozens of battlefields to
the Kremlin Guards) combined with the practical aspects of operating,
maintaining and modifying your rifle. Softbound, 128 pages, illustrated.
5C3482R The SKS Type 45 Carbines $16.95
HK's Handguns by Duncan Long. History of Heckler and
Koch from the end of WWII to the present. Shows the history and
evolution of each pistol model. Includes a thorough discussion
of HK and aftermarket accessories. Softbound, 142 pages, illus.
5C9263R HK's Handguns $18.95
Glock's Handguns by Duncan Long. The history of one
of the most successful handguns of recent years is revealed along
with information on maintenance, sighting devices and accessories.
Softbound, 179 pages, illus.
5C9262R Glock's Handguns $18.95
Glock. New wave in combat handguns by Peter Alan Kasler.
For the past ten years, the Glock series has been one of the most
controversial and talked-about firearms in recent memory. Kasler
debunks the myths and gives very thorough coverage of the operation
and functioning of the series. Hardbound, 304 pages, illus.
2J4649R Glock $27.00
Military Rifle and Machinegun Cartridges by Jean Huon.
Latest reference on the subject - over 1,000 illustrations! From
4.5mm to 18mm, Enfield, Mauser and Kalashnikov, and from .17 to
.60, Remington, Winchester and Martini, this directory of the
world's military rifle and MG rounds provides vital data in a
single-source reference volume for firearms users, manufacturers,
dealers, collectors. 380 pages, hardbound
5Q5405R Mil. Rifle & MG Cartridges $34.95
Survival Guns by Mel Tappan. First appearing in the
1970s, this long out-of-print book remains one of the best written
and most informative general firearms references ever published.
Intelligent, detailed discussion of rifles, pistols, shotguns,
air guns, ammunition, accessories, etc., etc. Softbound, 456 pages.
5C5582R Survival Guns $21.95
Hit or Myth by Louis Awerbuck, author of The Defensive
Shotgun. An analysis of practical range training for street preparedness.
Covers targets, sequence of fire, low light training, hostage
situations, shooting on the move, etc. Gives the rationale behind
and practical construction tips for realistic training exercises
on the range.
1W0001R Hit or Myth $11.95
The Colt .45 Auto Pistol. Covers nearly every facet
of this legendary autopistol. From mechanical training, manual
of arms, repair and replacement of parts, marksmanship training,
disassembly, detailed inspection to drawings on the construction
of repair tools and fixtures, this book has it all on the Colt.
45 Auto. Over 100 pages and 80 clear photos make this book a must
for any gunsmith or pistol owner.
5C7128R .45 Auto $11.95
Sig/Sauer Handguns by Duncan Long. First book on these
high quality firearms. Covers both the history and the Sig, Sig/Sauer
and Sig-Hammerli variations. Softbound, 150 pages, illus.
5C9096 Sig/Sauer Handguns $16.95
Gunshot Injuries by Louis A. La Garde, M.D. With a major
1991 introduction by Martin L. Fackler, M.D. This standard and
seminal work on wound ballistics is available again for the first
time in 75 years. This is a reprint of the second (1916) edition
which added much new wound and medical information gained during
the opening years of WW One. La Garde is perhaps best known for
his involvement with the Thompson-La Garde report on handgun stopping
power. That report is summarized in this book in a clearer method
than the original document. All shooters will be especially fascinated
by the second chapter, 80 pages on such topics as "The dumdum
bullet controversy in present European War" and "The
stopping power or shock effect of bullets from rifles, pistols
and revolvers". 480 pages, hardbound 112 illustrations
3C5612R Gunshot Injuries Regret presently O/P
Home Workshop Prototype Firearms by Bill Holmes. 50
years of experience went into this book, the nearest thing to
apprenticing for a master gunsmith. Learn how to make actions,
stocks, sights, barrels, etc. from scratch. Softbound, photos,
illus., 192 pages
2J6284R Home Workshop Prototype $24.95
Guns of the Elite, 2nd Ed. by George Markham. 1995 revised
edition of this excellent pictorial on the world's Special Forces
firearms from 1940 to the present. Detailed text and diagrams.
Softbound, 176 pages, 250 illus.
1B9382R Guns of the Elite $22.95
Boobytraps (FM 5-13). A treasure trove of information
for the professional soldier or police demo specialist. Covers
Soviet, Japanese, German, British, Chinese, Korean and U.S. boobytrap
methods, materials, devices and standard ammo items, improvisations,
installation, detection and removal. Specific and practical -
best nonclassified handbook on the subject. References, glossary
of terms, index. 133 pages, softbound
2J3982R Boobytraps $8.95
Black Books. Originally prepared for the CIA and Special
Forces, these are the most detailed and comprehensive works ever
done on improvised weapons. Guaranteed to be the original and
complete books (not an abridged or condensed version). Encyclopedic
in scope - and definitely not to be found at the corner bookstore!
In three incredible volumes:
5C7204R Black Book Vol. 1 $14.95
5C7205R Black Book Vol. 2 $14.95
5C7207R Black Book Vol. 3 $23.95
Special offer! All three Black Books for $47.00
5C6593R Set, Black Books 1/2/3 $47.00