• Recommended Reading

    From Tortillaretreat@VERT to All on Thu Jun 3 19:41:50 2021
    To heck with just shooting guns, I want to know about them in depth! I've been reading through Hatcher's Notebook for the first time recently, but I wanted to know if any of y'all had any firearm related literature you could recommend. You could give it to me in list form for search terms later, or even your personal favorite(as long as you give me a short description first so I can read more about the guns I already know a little about history-wise). Just make it's gun-related!

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  • From Arelor@VERT/PALANT to Tortillaretreat on Fri Jun 4 03:27:34 2021
    Re: Recommended Reading
    By: Tortillaretreat to All on Thu Jun 03 2021 07:41 pm

    To heck with just shooting guns, I want to know about them in depth! I've be reading through Hatcher's Notebook for the first time recently, but I wanted know if any of y'all had any firearm related literature you could recommend. You could give it to me in list form for search terms later, or even your personal favorite(as long as you give me a short description first so I can read more about the guns I already know a little about history-wise). Just m it's gun-related!


    I am not a fan of books for this sort of thing, but Kill or Get Killed and Shooting to Live are interesting from an historical perspective. Kill or Get Killed specifically because it includes point-shooting, which was kind of a novelty in the day. The perfect book to learn how to fend the Red Threat off - you have to read it to understand the reference :-)

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