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A RIFLEMAN WENT TO WAR: THE CLASSIC ACCOUNT OF PRACTICAL MARKSMANSHIP ON THE BATTLEFIELDS OF WORLD W
Author: H. W. McBride
Publisher: Desert / Delta Publications, Jul 2004
Deals not with ?military history?, but with the use of all types of personal weapons in battle. Jeff Cooper calls it ? a true classic?.
One of the greatest books on modern military combat is now back in print! McBride left the U.S. for Canada in 1914 to be in World War I as soon as possible. His extensive experience involving firearms (he was a National Match competitor) was put to good use in France with both the machine-gun & sniper rifle. Thus, the great bulk of this fascinating book deals not with ?military history?, but with the use of all types of personal weapons in battle. Jeff Cooper calls it ? a true classic?.
This book contains specific information on the fabrication and/or conversion of fully automatic firearms & the building of sound suppressors (silencers). This material is offered for academic study and information purposes only.
As of May 19, 1986 Federal Law prohibits manufacture of a full-automatic weapons or conversion of a semi-automatic weapons by a private, non-license party--period. Illegal manufacture or conversion of an automatic weapon can be a Federal felony and might also be a violation of various State laws.
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