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Rifle Bedding Book. By Birgir Runar Saemundsson
eBook (PDF): $24.95
Rifle Bedding Book. Bedding of bolt action rifles is the foundation of rifle accuracy. The most effective improvement a rifle shooter can easily do to increase his rifle's accuracy,and consistency in... More > securing rifle scope,"sights in",from one hunting season to another. Regardless of the quality,of action, barrel,scope,at hand.Pillar bedding improves all bolt action rifles accuracy. Period! Pillar bedding is the most effective and precise method, due to the nature of the tech,it eliminates the changing effects of walnut wood stock warping,expansion and bending,caused by heat and moisture. And the after cure of fiberglass stocks. By following the clear and precise illustrated instructions,step by step in the Rifle Bedding Book,the average rifle shooter can pillar glass bed his/her rifle professionally. Material: Basic tools and bedding kit. Adobe pdf.149 pages. Supported Languages:Russian,Chinese,Dutch, French,German,Greek,Italian,Japanese,Hindi, Arabic,Korean,Portuguese,Spanish. ISBN 978-9979-9867-3-7< Less
Stayman-McCrosky Ancestry By David Boles
eBook (PDF): $18.25
271 pages. With the additional families of Baer, Bär, Bare, Barber, Bartram, Bear, Cartlidge, Clark, Faris, Herr, Hochstrasser, Keller, Kendig, McCoskery, Meilin, Mylin, Nussler, Oberholtzer,... More > Stake, Steman, Stoneman, Tidmarsh, Tobler, Witmer, and Wright. This fully referenced 8-1/2" by 11" work traces descents and near-descents from many interesting characters, including a slave owner's son who moved north from opposition to slavery; a Revolutionary captain in the battles of Manhattan, Monmouth, and Yorktown; an 18th-century veteran, tavern owner, fire company member, and college trustee; a Swiss settler whose 1725 home is now a bed-and-breakfast inn; a Mennonite gunsmith claimed to have invented the famed Pennsylvania rifle; an Indian trader who served as a translator; a shoemaker captured by the French while carrying correspondence to William Penn; a man regarded as "the father of American botany"; and a Swiss Anabaptist couple imprisoned for years for their faith.< Less