The Gun Digest Book of Assault Weapons

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Gun Digest Books, Sep 26, 2007 - Antiques & Collectibles - 256 pages
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The Gun Digest Book of Assault Weapons is all about true assault weapons?fully automatic, selective-fire or equipped with mission-specific features designed only for military and law enforcement applications.

&break;&break;This seventh edition gives you all the details you need about the world's latest assault weaponry and ammunition, and the changing missions of those weapons in military and law enforcement applications.

&break;&break;Other valuable information includes:

  • &break;&break;Numerous field test results
  • &break;Training and tactics
  • &break;Leading schools that train special military and law enforcement units
  • &break;Historical insight into weapon systems and programs
  • &break;International coverage of Germany, Israel, Russia, South Africa and the United States
&break;&break;No other reference provides such comprehensive insight and details about the always evolving weapons America's soldiers and law enforcement agencies and armed with.
  

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Contents

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About the author (2007)

Jack Lewis is a retired Marine lieutenant colonel, and veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam. He s the founder and former editor and publisher of Gallant/Charger Publications, and the author of thousands of arms-related articles.

Robert K. Campbell has a background of over twenty years in law enforcement as a trainer, weapons tester, and street cop. He is one of the most prolific writers today on the subject of fighting weapons. He has been published in most of the better publications dealing with fighting firearms and edged weapons including "American Rifleman" and "Guns & Ammo". He is also a contributing writer for Gunblast.com, the online magazine.

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