Boston's Gun Bible

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Javelin Press, Aug 1, 2000 - Political Science - 726 pages
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User Review  - bclark - LibraryThing

The author is one of the most paranoid people I've ever read, but, in all likelihood, that lead him to write the best practical firearms manual ever written. If you can overlook "bathroom guns" and ... Read full review

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One quote sticks out to me - "no defensive firearm should ever rely upon any technology more advanced than Newtonian physics. That includes batteries, radio links, encryption, scanning devices and microcomputers. Even if a particular system could be 99.9% reliable, that means it is expected to fail once every 1000 operations. That is not reliable enough. My life deserves more certainty".
I guess that Mr. Boston T. Party does not ride in motor vehicles, since every one of them uses batteries, at the very least, and models built within the last 10+ years use microcomputers.
 

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