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    firearms books free download.

    found a whole bunch of gunsmithing and gun care/disassembly books for free download.
    Am I allowed to post the link here?

    Found when I was looking for a gunsmithing book by roy dunlap.
    seems like everything there but his. Some bits and bobs missing but the ones I looked at seem pretty handy.
    Downloaded ok
    There is a lot there that needs tools etc not just for the home handyman but some of it is.
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    do you click where it says torrent to download it

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    I may have roy Dunlaps books at home if you want to borrow a hard copy

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    do you click where it says torrent to download it
    @northdude
    yeah its a torrent these are what's there. Doesn't all come through but 99%. Its noted as such once downloaded
    @Husky1600 that's a great offer but its something I'd rather have permanently.

    Black Powder Gunsmithing - Ralph T Walker - 1978 - ocr.pdf
    Black Powder Hobby Gunsmithing - 1994 - ocr.pdf
    Encyclopedia of American Gun Design & Performance - pages 123 & 124 seem to be missing from book 1.pdf
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 1 - Automatic Pistols - The Gun Digest Book of - ocr.pdf
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 2 - Revolvers - The Gun Digest Book of - ocr.pdf
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 3 - Rimfire Rifles - The Gun Digest Book of.pdf
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 4 - Centerfire Rifles - The Gun Digest Book of.pdf
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 5 - is not here.txt
    Firearms Assembly Disassembly - Part 6 - Law Enforcement Weapons - The Gun Digest Book of.pdf
    Firearms Dictionary, The - 1970 - ocr.pdf
    Gun Care, Cleaning, & Refinishing - Book 1 - Handguns - The Gun Digest Book of - 1984.pdf
    Gun Care, Cleaning, & Refinishing - Book 2 - Longguns - The Gun Digest Book of - 1985.pdf
    Gun Owners Book of Gun Care Repair and Improvement - by Roy Dunlap - 1978 - missing cover.pdf
    Guns & How They Work - by Ian V Hogg.pdf
    Gunsmithing Tools and Their Uses, The Gun Digest Book of - 1980.pdf
    Gunsmithing at Home, Lock Stock & Barrel - 1996.pdf
    Gunsmithing Made Easy.pdf
    Gunsmithing Pistols & Revolvers - Patrick Sweeney - 1998.pdf
    Hobby Gunsmithing - 1972.pdf
    Home Gun Care & Repair by P O Ackley.pdf
    Home Gunsmithing Digest - 1970.pdf
    Learn Gunsmithing The Troubleshooting Method by the Editors of American Gunsmith - 1992 - ocr.pdf
    Pistolsmithing, The Gun Digest Book of - 1980.pdf
    Pistolsmithing.pdf
    Practical Gunsmithing by the Editors of American Gunsmith - 1996.pdf
    Shotgun Gunsmithing, The Gun Digest Book of - 1983.pdf
    Small Arms Lexicon & Concise Encyclopedia.pdf
    Troubleshooting Your Rifle and Shotgun - 1978.pdf
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    @csmiffy

    Did you post a link?
    Guns don't kill people - drivers do.

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    I got them good reading for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    @csmiffy

    Did you post a link?
    @Cordite I did very briefly and then realised I might not be allowed to under the forum rules so I removed it.
    That's why I am asking in the OP if it is OK @Spanners you are a moderator? is it ok or done by PM or not at all?
    Last edited by csmiffy; 12-10-2018 at 09:36 AM.

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    I have a copy of Dunlaps book.
    You can have it if you want.
    I need to clean up my library.
    Altering house and need to move some stuff.
    PM your address and I will send it to you.
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    @csmiffy

    Think you are being too sensitive with your conscience, but as they say, better err on the safe side.

    I haven't studied the forum rules, but going by forum practice, it's very common for links to be posted to all sorts of interesting and informative sites - in deed there is a "Link" button above the window that I'm typing into at the moment. What else for?

    A problem would certainly arise if you were linking to some commercial site where you yourself are selling goods - would be deeply unfair on advertisers who pay to advertise on NZHS.
    Guns don't kill people - drivers do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    @csmiffy

    Think you are being too sensitive with your conscience, but as they say, better err on the safe side.

    I haven't studied the forum rules, but going by forum practice, it's very common for links to be posted to all sorts of interesting and informative sites - in deed there is a "Link" button above the window that I'm typing into at the moment. What else for?

    A problem would certainly arise if you were linking to some commercial site where you yourself are selling goods - would be deeply unfair on advertisers who pay to advertise on NZHS.
    @Cordite all good. It's only because during my long history of gleaning info on other forums especially the overseas ones that you wouldn't necessarily become a member of, sometimes they get a bit funny about that sort of thing. Didn't want to start a shitfight is all.

    @erniec you are a champion

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    Ok-Im posting it. 275 views with no-one saying no. Its only a link do so at your own risk. I don't mean the downloading part. worked for me fine.

    https://concen.org/content/complete-gunsmithing-library

    Its the 32350 torrent thingy and you obviously need a torrent engine to make this happen.

 

 

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