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Old July 8, 2018, 08:53 AM   #1
4V50 Gary
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Research Press Journal

Cut and pasted from TheHighRoad. David M. has released a new issue.

In the new edition of my Research Press Journal I have an article on loading ammunition in the 19th Century. This draws from published letters and news reports in the UK. Full contents are:

Research Press Journal – Issue 3, Summer 2018. (40 pages)
Calendar of Events
Priming - News, Events, People & Places
Long Range Rifles (MLAGB Branch)
Loading Ammunition (in the 19th Century)
American Rifle Team, Creedmoor 1882
Firearms History: Improvements in the Rifle - Breech-Loading - Selection of the Service Weapon - The Snider and Martini-Henry
Military Match Rifles & Their Sights: Kerr and Turner
Arming Georgia: With The Beginning Of The War, Governor Joe Brown Turned To Domestic Production And Britian To Supply Georgia’s Needs For Arms
The Literature of the Volunteers of 1859
Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt. Molon Labe!
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