Airsoft Insider -- Issue #1 Features: On Target 2013: We give you the low-down on this year's most wanted products Operation: Broken Home II -- American Milsim: Doin' work in the dirty south Crosman/GameFace GF460 AEG: For tier one fans on a budget Inside American MilSim: What makes these top-tier event organizers tick? SS Airsoft 3 Year Anniversary Projects: Project Troy Force: Taking Elite Force's 4CRS to the next level Custom FPV RC Assault Truck: Sit back, relax and fight the battle Gun Reviews G&G G960 Sniper Rifle Elite Force M4A1 Carbine Echo 1 USA Rifle Dynamics HMG ICS M1 Garand G&G GR14 H.B.A. Elite Force 1911TAC Gear Reviews Revision Wolfspider Tactical Goggle System Matrix Special Forces High Speed Chest Rig Camelbak ArmorBaK Carrier and 3L Antidote Reservoir Airsoft/Sly Profit Paintball Mask Product Review Polarstar Fusion Engine For Version 2 AEG Rifles, Gen3 Edition Midland USA XTC300VP4: Wearable HD Video Camera Crosman Marines KT02 Competition Target Kit How to Replace an AEG Piston Upgrade your reg power connectors Safety Eyewear 101: Know your eye protection options Basics Hit Detection Hit Status: You're Hit! What's next? Tactics: Shoot, Move, Communicate! Tech LiPo Battery Myths Exposed Check Your Six: What style of player are you? And More!
383 pages. 6" x 9". Softbound. Covers the U.S. M-1 Garand and M-14 service rifles and their commercial equivalents. Highly detailed with more than 1200 clear photographs and line drawings plus an easy-to-read text. Step-by- step directions help you understand the rifles' function and repair. Covers all phases of inspection, critical dimensions, ammunition, sight work, stocking and much more. Complete accurizing and building match rifles information, too. Mfg: Heritage Gun Books
Winchester Model 1886 - Dave Scovill/ Marlin Lever Guns - Stan Trzoniec/ Winchester Model 1892 - Dave Scovill/ The Henry Rifle - Butch Winter/ Winchester Model 1894 - Dave Scovill/ Favorite Lever Guns and Their Loads - Layne Simpson/ Winchester Model 1895 - Dave Scovill/ Winchester's Big Bores - Al Miller/ Winchester Model 71 - Dave Scovill/ USRAC Black Shadow - Chub Eastman/ Loading the Blackpowder WCF Lever-Action Cartridges - Mike Venturino/ Winchester Lever-Action Rifles- The Prewar Years - Ken Waters/ Winchester Serial Numbers -/ Lever Guns on the Last Frontier - Phil Shoemaker
.223 Remington - The most popular Rifle Cartridge in the U.S. - John Haviland/ Varminting with .204 Ruger - Field Tests of a Little .20 - Brian Pearce/ Vamint Bullets - New Trends in Tiny Projectiles - John Haviland/ Handloading the .22-250 Remington - Performance Loads from A to Z - Brian Pearce/ .220 Swift - New Bullets, New Powders - Ken Waters/ Powders and Loads - Handloading Advice for Popular Varmint Cartridges - Brian Pearce/ .225 Winchester - Potent .22 for Varmints - Stan Trzoniec/ Handloading the .222 Remington - The Classic Triple Deuce - Brian Pearce/ .243 Winchester - The Last of the 6mms - John Haviland/ Calhoun's Nifty .19 - Mini-Bore for Small Game and Varmints - Stan Trzoniec/ The 6mm-284 - A Worthwhile wildcat? - Stan Trzoniec/ .219 Zipper - Factory Standard of a Bygone Era - Stan Trzoniec/ .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum - An Inside Look at the Newest .22 - John Haviland
Burris FastFire II - Spotting Scope - Dave Scovill/ Iron Sights and Leverguns - Light Gunsmithing - Gil Sengel/ .30 WCF (aka .30-30 Winchester) - Classic Cartridges - John Haviland/ Winchester Levergun Sights - Down Range - Mike Venturino/ Lever Actions in Twenty-First Century Alaska - A Guide's Notes - Phil Shoemaker/ Browning BLR - Leverguns Go Modern - Stan Trzoniec/ Savage 99 - Uniquely American - John Haviland/ Marlin Leverguns - Evolution of an American Classic - Brian Pearce/ The Four Savage Cartridges - Leaders in Their Time - Mike Nesbitt/ Loads for Levergun Cartridges: Pearce Shares His Favorites - Brian Pearce/ Mossberg Model 464 .30-30 - 100% American - Clair Rees/ Winchester Leverguns and Their Cartridges - The Legacy - Mike Venturino
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WHEN A DOZEN UNPREPARED AMERICAN ARMY RESERVISTS ARE DROPPED OFF on an isolated Iraqi outpost with orders to be its military advisors, they have no idea that what they will really be doing is fighting. With no training to fall back on, this group¿including a guitarist, a DEA agent, a plumber, and a postal worker¿must somehow mentor the ¿Snake Eaters,¿ an Iraqi battalion locked in a deadly struggle over an insurgent-infested town along the Euphrates River. They are plunged into complex counterinsurgent warfare side by side with their Iraqi charges, soon discovering that at such close quarters moral standards are inevitably blurred. The battle becomes so personal that the combatants know each other¿s names, faces, and especially the families caught in the middle. Owen West, a third-generation U.S. Marine, tells the gripping, boots-on-the-ground story of the remarkable American and Iraqi troops who for two years fought the insurgency street by street and house by house in the poisonous city of Khalidiya, Iraq. The American advisors were a ramshackle group of Army reservists, Marines, and National Guardsmen with little support or understanding from the higher ranks. The Iraqi battalion they were assigned was from the very first both amateurish and hostile. In a town where the people they were trying to protect were indistinguishable from the enemy they were trying to kill¿and few locals ever told the truth¿it seemed like a mission doomed to failure. But with courage, infinite patience, and a sense of duty few outsiders understood, the young American and Iraqi soldiers on patrol learned to work with each other and with the townspeople, winning their trust and revealing war as a series of human acts. From Major Mohammed, the Snake Eater who garners the most respect from the Americans precisely because he likes them the least, to the bighearted Staff Sergeant Blakley, a medic stalked by a sniper, the heroic soldiers in these pages are as complex as their war. By the end of the mission, the Snake Eaters was the first Iraqi battalion granted independent battle space, the insurgency was wiped off the streets of Khalidiya, and peace was restored. A rare success story to emerge from the war, West¿s exceptional book is as instructive as it is impossible to put down. Owen West is donating his net proceeds from The Snake Eaters to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and to the families of fallen advisors and fallen Iraqi ¿Snake Eaters.¿
''Every woman should have a blowtorch,'' Julia Child once said as she commenced to caramelize the top of a crème brûlée. And every woman could use a dish of empowering bons mots every so often as well. Voilà! Here you are¿the perfect little book of wit and wisecracks from outspoken free spirits that shine their piercing light on men, love, marriage, life, work, and more! ''Of all the wild beasts of land or sea, the wildest is woman'' (Menander). ''I dont have the time every day to put on makeup. I need that time to clean my rifle'' (Henriette Mantel). ''Besides Shakespeare and me, who do you think there is?'' (Gertrude Stein).Sassy mini gift book features a sparkle-enhanced dust jacket.Keep the 24K gold-plated charm on the ribbon bookmark or wear it on a bracelet.3-1/4'' wide x 4'' high.
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Edition: 38, Unknown Binding, Arms & Military Press
Pages: 55, Paperback, U.S. Government