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May 02, 2004

Rifles « Gun Issues » I'm thinking...while more than a little tipsy, which is dangerous...that I've been looking all over the place for articles about pre-WWII bolt-action military surplus rifles.
The problem with most magazines and books is that they are attempting to push new rifles...advertising dollars and all....
But while I have experience with 20+ different types of old military rifles, in many cases I've only sent bullets down-range on one example of each type. Do you think I'm qualified to write a book regarding my experiences? I know I'd buy such a book, just to get somebody else's impression of these fine old rifles...but wouild my experiences be considered worthwhile?

...heck, I guess I can write it and let the editors decide.

Posted by Nathan at 08:10 PM | Comments (1)

I have been lucky. When I lived out in Illinois, we had a gun club. And one of the members was a WWII vet who had an M1 that had been "lost" in the war. After shooting that gun, I had even more respect for the vets of the era.

Posted by: Gilly at May 2, 2004 09:48 PM
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