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  1. CountryGent

    Books on preparing a home/structures ....

    So, I thought I would toss this out there for discussion. There are a lot of good books on preparing one's household, but the topic here is the actual, physical preparations of a family dwelling and related structures. One such book I found interesting, and even encyclopedic in nature, is this...
  2. CountryGent

    Favorite horror authors?

    It is that time of year again for ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and mayhem. Which leads me to the question: who are some of your favorite horror authors and why? Naturally, I mean their works, but also those who had lives you found interesting for whatever reason. What have you learned through...
  3. CountryGent

    What'cha reading?

    So, I just wrapped up the three novel series, dubbed "The Hot War", by Harry Turtledove. The books in the series are Bombs Away, Fallout, and Armistice. Not a bad summer read. Deathless prose? No, but a real treat for the history nerd, and just a delightfully stimulating set of books in the...
  4. zenbreath

    Books every Prepper should have

    This book can be downloaded. It is 1970s level electronic engineering written at the 8th grade level.
  5. CountryGent

    SHTF Books You'd Like to See As Movies?

    The title kind of says it. Are there any good SHTF books you'd like to see turned into a film? I'll get us started: Lucifer's Hammer (1977): As far as I know, it never has been made into a film. It is one of the better ones in the genre. It could either be set in the original time...
  6. CountryGent

    Books on the topic of concealed carry and related ...

    I'm reading a couple books on the topic (one is an overview, the other about snub nosed revolvers) and thought I'd toss it out there for discussion: what books did you find helpful on the topic of CCW, self-defense shooting, the laws surrounding said, et al.?
  7. PenTurner

    Favorite Books

    Someone on the Movies thread mentioned starting a favorite books thread, so here it is ;) I really enjoyed the book "Unintended Consequences" by John Ross. It is out of print and kind of expensive to purchase a used copy. There are pdf copies floating around out on the web. Well worth the...
  8. 11Charlie

    Must have books for reloading

    I am starting to buy some reloading stuff. Have some great members here that are helping me get set up with the proper equipment and the know how. My question to all of you that reload is this. What books are a must for reloading. How to and anything else. I need all the help in the world...
  9. CountryGent

    Gunsmithing Bibliography?

    An idea I am working on got me to thinking about this. I have a few books on gunsmith (general and specific to a type), but I would be interested in reading more on the subject. So what books would you recommend on the topic? It can be on any aspect of the trade and any firearm type, as long...
  10. CountryGent

    Col Chinn's (Free) 5-Volume Opus on Machine Guns

    This appears to be an interesting set of reference material. The free PDF version he mentions can be found here or here.
  11. Basedgreaser

    Some books

    was digging through my old stuff and found some books i remember from when i was young that helped get me interested in firearms and old firearms specifically. Its always good to have information and i find it interesting, Obviously these are books with a lot of pictures which is probably...
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