Shooter S Bible Guide To Handloading

Author: Wayne van Zwoll
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1634509714
Size: 51.89 MB
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A thorough resource on handloading at home, Shooter’s Bible Guide to Handloading provides detailed information about the history of handloading and key figures’ innovations, a simple explanation of hand reloading, selecting the basic tools needed, and choosing your cases, dies, primers, and powders as well as step-by-step instructions for reloading firearm cartridges and how to test your loads at the range. The text is supplemented by more than one hundred detailed photographs that illustrate the various types of reloading equipment available and provide guidance in performing the actions that result in a handloaded cartridge. The Shooter’s Bible Guide to Handloading covers interesting engineering questions the handloader may consider, including bullet integrity, copper bullets, and energy versus killing power. Other topics covered include: Handloading the old-fashioned way Casting your own bullets The influence of barrel length Economics of home reloading And much more! Pick up a copy of the Shooter’s Bible Guide to Handloading to learn everything you need to know about reloading by hand at home.

Shooter S Bible Guide To Rifle Ballistics

Author: Wayne van Zwoll
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1620872854
Size: 34.31 MB
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Published annually for more than eighty years, and with over seven million copies sold worldwide, Shooter’s Bible is the most complete and sought-after reference guide for new products, specifications, and current prices on thousands of firearms and related equipment. The 103rd edition contains up-to-date handgun and rifle ballistic tables along with extensive charts of currently available bullets and projectiles for handloading, as well as a new products section. Complete with color and black and white photographs showcasing various makes and models of firearms and equipment, Shooter’s Bible is the perfect addition to the bookshelf of any beginner or experienced hunter, firearm collector, or gun enthusiast.

Shooter S Bible Guide To Optics

Author: Thomas McIntyre
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1620872862
Size: 63.33 MB
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Whether you are a target shooter, hunter, guide, tactical user, birder, or sports spectator, optics play a vital role in enhancing and facilitating your sport or profession. To help you figure out which optics best fit your needs, as well as your budget, the Shooter’s Bible Guide to Optics lists every quality sporting optic on the market today. Loaded with color photographs, this 256-page book features a new products section, listing all new riflescopes, binoculars, rangefinders, and spotting scopes, plus in-depth features on how to use binoculars, how to mount and sight in a rifle scope, and much more.

Reloading Logbook

Author: John E. Parnell
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781625124395
Size: 35.16 MB
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Our reloading logbooks have the features we felt were important. The logbook has space for the firearm name, barrel, and cartridge. In addition, the logbook has space to record date, temperature / humidity, case, primer, bullet weight, powder, charge / setting, seating depth, exit speed, high velocity, low velocity, average velocity, standard deviation, group size, number of shots, and observations. There are 100 pages per book with over 1,400 different load recordings in the book.

The Abc S Of Reloading

Author: C. Rodney James
Publisher: Krause Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9780873491907
Size: 65.21 MB
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Offers a thorough, easy-to-understand resource for learning how to efficiently reload handgun, rifle and shotgun cartridges. Original.

Shooters Bible 2004

Author: Jay Langston
Publisher:
ISBN: 9785558842005
Size: 68.33 MB
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Stoeger Publishing continues an enduring tradition continues with the 95th edition of Shooter's Bible Published annually for over 75 years, this invaluable firearms ref-erence guide is a must to buy for anyone interested in firearms and shooting sports. New articles by noted historians and gun authorities, including Ken Smith-Christmas, Gene Gangarosa, Stan Warren and Kenneth Horowitz, feature their experience and knowledge and on a wide range of shooting topics, guns and equipment, as well as new guns and cartridges. Since 1925, the Shooter's Bible has served America's sportsmen as the most complete reference guide for new products, specifica-tions, and up-to-date prices on thousands of firearms and related equipment.

The Beginner S Guide To Reloading Ammunition

Author: Steven D. Gregersen
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781482073799
Size: 61.52 MB
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If you've ever wanted to reload ammunition but didn't know where to start this book is for you. You'll find detailed chapters about primers, cartridge cases, gun powder, and bullets, explaining in layman's terms what they are, variations you'll encounter and the characteristics of each. You'll also learn the different facets of case preparation: which are necessary and which are optional, and how to do them. You'll learn some characteristics of gunpowder and which types work best with bulk measurements. There'll be detailed photos and explanations teaching the process of reloading ammunition. From there you'll be shown how you can gear up to reload your own ammunition even if you don't have much money or space.Although most of the book is geared toward metallic cartridge reloading there's also a chapter on reloading shotgun ammunition. It too, will show you the steps involved and how to become operational with very little money and minimal space requirements.After reading this book the novice reloader will: (a) be capable of making informed choices when purchasing their equipment and components; (b) be able to understand the reloading process and why certain steps are taken or omitted; (c) have a safe, profitable and enjoyable experience from the very beginning.

The Third Man Factor

Author: John Geiger
Publisher: Weinstein Books
ISBN: 1602861161
Size: 40.84 MB
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The Third Man Factor is an extraordinary account of how people at the very edge of death often sense an unseen presence beside them who encourages them to make one final effort to survive. This incorporeal being offers a feeling of hope, protection, and guidance, and leaves the person convinced he or she is not alone. There is a name for this phenomenon: it's called the Third Man Factor. If only a handful of people had ever encountered the Third Man, it might be dismissed as an unusual delusion shared by a few overstressed minds. But over the years, the experience has occurred again and again, to 9/11 survivors, mountaineers, divers, polar explorers, prisoners of war, sailors, shipwreck survivors, aviators, and astronauts. All have escaped traumatic events only to tell strikingly similar stories of having sensed the close presence of a helper or guardian. The force has been explained as everything from hallucination to divine intervention. Recent neurological research suggests something else. Bestselling and award-winning author John Geiger has completed six years of physiological, psychological, and historical research on the Third Man. He blends his analysis with compelling human stories such as that of Ron DiFrancesco, the last survivor to escape the World Trade Center on 9/11; Ernest Shackleton, the legendary explorer whose account of the Third Man inspired T. S. Eliot to write of it in The Waste Land; Jerry Linenger, a NASA astronaut who experienced the Third Man while aboard the Mir space station—and many more. Fascinating for any reader, The Third Man Factor at last explains this secret to survival, a Third Man who—in the words of famed climber Reinhold Messner—“leads you out of the impossible.”

50 Guns That Changed The World

Author: Robert A. Sadowski
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1634504631
Size: 39.47 MB
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Discover how fifty great firearms influenced and helped shape our world. World history has always been interwoven with developments in firearms technology and so is peppered with legendary guns. Since the invention of gunpowder, nations have raced to create more useful and powerful firearms with which to protect, conquer, and hunt. 50 Guns That Changed the World explores the most significant firearms from the past two hundred years, from deadly weapons of war to quaint plinking guns. Included are: Winchester Model 1873 Colt 1911 Mauser Model 98 M1 Garand Ruger 10/22 AK-47 AR-15 Benelli M2 Glock G17 Barrett 82A1 Discover the history, design details, operation, variants, and users of each firearm, illustrated with archival photography from the manufacturers and of the guns in action. Firearms enthusiasts, history buffs, hunters, and shooters will all find something to marvel at in this gorgeous full-color book. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for hunters and firearms enthusiasts. We publish books about shotguns, rifles, handguns, target shooting, gun collecting, self-defense, archery, ammunition, knives, gunsmithing, gun repair, and wilderness survival. We publish books on deer hunting, big game hunting, small game hunting, wing shooting, turkey hunting, deer stands, duck blinds, bowhunting, wing shooting, hunting dogs, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

The Italian Job

Author: Gianluca Vialli
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0553817876
Size: 58.60 MB
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Football lies at the heart of popular culture in both England and Italy. It is played, watched, written about and talked to death by millions virtually every day of the year. But how do the characteristics of England and Italy affect the game in these two footballing nations? Do the national stereotypes of Italians as passionate, stylish lotharios and the English as cold-hearted eccentrics still hold true when they kick a ball around? In The Italian Job, for the first time, a footballer of the first rank, Gianluca Vialli, in conjunction with sportswriter and broadcaster Gabriele Marcotti, tackles this debate head on. Uniquely positioned across both the English and the Italian games, they provide a fascinating and highly controversial commentary on where football is now and where it's headed. And they have invited some of the biggest names in the sport to join in their discussion. Sir Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger, Sven Goran Eriksson, Fabio Capello and Marcello Lippi, amongst others, add their not inconsiderable weight to the highest-profile symposium on football ever convened. Gianluca Vialli and Gabriele Marcotti explore every aspect of football, be it tactical and technical or cultural and sociological. Stuffed full of controversial opinions and gripping revelations, The Italian Job takes you on a journey to the very heart of two of the world's great footballing cultures.