Tactical Small Arms of the 21st Century: A Complete Guide to Small Arms From Around the World

Tactical Small Arms of the 21st Century: A Complete Guide to Small Arms From Around the World

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by Charles Q. Cutshaw
     
 

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This expertly crafted reference meets the demands of the explosively popular tactical arms market. Charles Cutshaw, an international expert in small arms, offers enthusiasts a historical look at tactical small arms, with an introduction to models from around the world.



Technical specifications including caliber, weight barrel length and sights for various

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This expertly crafted reference meets the demands of the explosively popular tactical arms market. Charles Cutshaw, an international expert in small arms, offers enthusiasts a historical look at tactical small arms, with an introduction to models from around the world.



Technical specifications including caliber, weight barrel length and sights for various models of small arms are included. This resource promised a wealth of information for any police officer, military veteran or history buff, security guard or anyone with an interest in tactical small arms. With more than 500 photos and detailed specifications, this comprehensive reference is a must-have for students of modern military history and tactics.

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ISBN-13:
9781440224829
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
02/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
408
File size:
26 MB
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Tactical Small Arms of the 21St Century 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Muttdad More than 1 year ago
This is useful if you're researching firearms but it is not a 'read' as there is very little info on how the weapon came to be. It's basically a list of guns starting with assault rifles then sniper rifles, shot guns and finally machine guns. If you want specs it's good, if you want a historical treatise it isn't.
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