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Gun Silencer Manual.For Rifles and Pistols. By Birgir Runar Saemundsson
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Gun Silencer Manual for rifles and pistols in cal.22 lr,22 mag,22 Hornet,222 Rem,223 Rem,22/250 Rem,243 Win,6mm PPC,6.5mm,7mm,308,300 Win,9 MM,357,38,44,45,and larger rifles and pistols.Complete... More > blueprint drawings and illustrated instructions,on how to make gun silencer. Installation guide for muzzle end of barrel. Silences completely,with subsonic ammunition.The only sound you hear is the click of the firing pin! Simple and easy to make and install. Download Adobe 25 pages,eBook with blueprint drawings,and instructions to have on your workbench.Warning! Utilization is only allowed in countries where the use of silencers is legal. Use only for,varmint,tactical,target and hunting purposes. BRS Custom Rifles. Copyright 2008. All Rights reserved. Supported Languages: English,Russian,Chinese,French,Arabic,German, Japanese,Korean,Italian,Portuguese,Spanish,Dutch Finnish,Danish,Swedish,Norwegian,Croatian,Polish, Czech,Bulgarian,Romanian,Greek. ISBN 978-9979-9867-0-6< Less
Under Tank Fire By vincent zach michaelisz
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Under tank fire. The Hungarian Uprising of 1956. Students rise up against oppression. Workers join them. Mothers come to support their sons. Two university students love on the hills of Buda, amid... More > the trees, bushes, High above the town. They hear continuing gunshots. The two young men run to help their friends. The secret police is shooting into the crowd. Kill. Soldiers join the attacked uprising. They open the barracks, the arsenal, they give out guns, ammunition. The people grab power, take the radio station. They defeat Russian Tanks and secret police. They feel prisoners. The lovers fight, amid their friends. One of their mothers joins them. Grandmother supports them. Will they survive? Will their love go on? It is a story, fiction, based on true history, truth. Violence, horrors mix with love. Terror in Auschwitz, terror in Communism, will they ever have peace?< Less
My Blue Water Navy By Mike Shults
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I was in the U.S. Navy for 4 years during the Vietnam era. From the first day at boot camp to the last day of service, I document the fun, the hard times, the days and nights on the gun line. The... More > Navy of that time is gone but this book brings back those times in vivid detail. For those who weren't there, you will enjoy the storied of a time gone by.< Less
My Blue Water Navy By Mike Shults
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I was in the U.S. Navy for 4 years during the Vietnam era. From the first day at boot camp to the last day of service, I document the fun, the hard times, the days and nights on the gun line. The... More > Navy of that time is gone but this book brings back those times in vivid detail. For those who weren't there, you will enjoy the storied of a time gone by.< Less
My Blue Water Navy By Mike Shults
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The Navy of the Vietnam era is gone. But those who were there will never forget the gun line. From boot camp to the final day,I document the hard times and the fun times. You will be drawn into the... More > life aboard ship, feeling every wave under your feet and the ear splitting thunder as the big guns fire thousands of rounds. A first person account of naval gunfire support in Vietnam from a Navy veteran who witnessed the war aboard a Navy destroyer. You will be a witness to history, MY BLUE WATER NAVY takes the reader onto the field of battle with Marines calling in gun fire support with only moments between life and death. Mike's story draws the reader in, taking you from a hometown boy to a military hardened veteran.< Less
Battery H First Ohio Light Artillery By Edward Browne
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At Kernstown, Battery H first came under enemy fire. Later at Port Republic, it was heavily engaged in the fight to hold the Coaling, losing three guns. The Battery served at Chantilly,... More > Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville where it lost three more guns. At Gettysburg, the Battery helped repulse Pickett's Charge. The soldiers took part in the AoP's campaigns up to and including Mine Run, but it would not see action until Cold Harbor. The men marched to Petersburg. There they saw action on June 17-19. Later they marched with the 6th Corps to the relief of the cavalry at Reams Station. They were involved in the Battle of the Crater and served in Fort Hell.One gun section advanced in support of Gen. Gibbon’s line and was engaged in the attack on Fort Gregg and/or nearby fortifications. The men mustered out in Cleveland on June 14, 1865. This history is written from soldiers' letters, diaries,manuscripts and official reports. It contains maps, soldier photos, grave photos and a roster.< Less
Pancho Villa's Revenge By John Cowart
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On a hot day in July, 1923, armed men lie in ambush as a 1923 Dodge rumbles along the streets of Parral, Chihuahua. Gun fire fills the air, riddling the car. The passengers lie bleeding on the street... More > and Pancho Villa, hero of the Mexican Revolution, is dead. President Plutarco Calles rewards those who have removed his most vocal critic with positions of power, but peace eludes him. The Zapatistas continue to fight. Midst the violence, Captain Rafael Garcia struggles to balance his ideals of duty to country and the peasants' fight for liberty, his loyalty to the army and his love for Julia, a university student who supports the Zapatistas. Ambition turns the president's friends into enemies, and catches Rafael in a web of intrigue, a plot to assassinate the president. He must choose to sacrifice his life or lose every thing he holds dear. Some of the passages describe explicit sexual behavior.< Less
Pancho Villa's Revenge By John Cowart
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On a hot day in July, 1923, armed men lie in ambush as a 1923 Dodge rumbles along the streets of Parral, Chihuahua. Gun fire fills the air, riddling the car. The passengers lie bleeding on the street... More > and Pancho Villa, hero of the Mexican Revolution, is dead. President Plutarco Calles rewards those who have removed his most vocal critic with positions of power, but peace eludes him. The Zapatistas continue to fight. Midst the violence, Captain Rafael Garcia struggles to balance his ideals of duty to country and the peasants' fight for liberty, his loyalty to the army and his love for Julia, a university student who supports the Zapatistas. Ambition turns the president's friends into enemies, and catches Rafael in a web of intrigue, a plot to assassinate the president. He must choose to sacrifice his life or lose every thing he holds dear. Some of the passages describe explicit sexual behavior.< Less