gun book

gun book

[′gən ‚bu̇k]
(ordnance)
Log that records the history of the operations and inspections of a particular gun.
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I suspect now I didn't so much reinvent the wheel--I'd probably read it in a gun book or magazine as a kid and internalized it without attribution.
Okay, this isn't a gun book, but as it was co-written by our very own James Tarr and since it features guns--lots of guns, big and small--and gives some insight into the combat environment, I thought it was worth your attention.
The collaborative work of Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley, and Roger Sanger, "The Gun Book for Girls" is a 256 page compendium that provides and informed and informative instruction on guns and shooting for young women with no prior experience with firearms.
I must confess, that I did not read John Taylor's second gun book. I still have the first one, in which he wrote that having shot at a Lord Derby's Eland in Cameroon with a .375 H&H., when he approached, he found 6 eland dead.
"Some bloke sitting in his garage with a decent gun book could easily turn a single-action .22 into a semi-automatic rapid fire weapon."
"Some bloke sitting at home with a decent gun book could easily turn a single-action .22 into a semi-automatic, rapid fire weapon.
If you only have one gun book in your library, this should be it.
"The Gun Book for Boys" is a hunting guide for those who embrace the sport of hunting, outlining the game and the tools of their destruction.
The Gun Book for Girls by Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley, and Roger Sanger from Rowman & Littlefield (rowman.com) is the third installment of a series written to introduce firearms and shooting to all demographics.
The publisher claims this new edition is the fattest gun book in print, and that is probably true, as it is a real handful at 2,432 pages.
You can print a compliant bound gun book. You can maintain an inventory of firearms and report on the movement of those firearms with a minimum of paperwork."
In the late 1970s I spotted a cut-down S&W 1917 .45 ACP revolver in a gun book that really caught my eye.