Gun Digest Book of .22 Rimfire: Rifles?Pistols?Ammunition

Gun Digest Book of .22 Rimfire: Rifles?Pistols?Ammunition

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by James E. House
     
 

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The Complete Guide to All Things Rimfire



If you enjoy shooting rimfire handguns or rifles, this book will make you a better shot and give you more information than you've ever had before.



Rimfire cartridges and firearms are among the most versatile and popular firearms available today. Noted author James E. House takes an in-depth look

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The Complete Guide to All Things Rimfire



If you enjoy shooting rimfire handguns or rifles, this book will make you a better shot and give you more information than you've ever had before.



Rimfire cartridges and firearms are among the most versatile and popular firearms available today. Noted author James E. House takes an in-depth look at all the popular - and many of the not so popular or obsolete - rimfire cartridges and firearms available to shooters today.



House covers everything from ballistic information to reviews of classic and modern firearms, including complete coverage of the hot new .17-caliber guns and ammunition. In addition to scientific data on what you can expect from rimfire guns and ammunition, House details real-world tests performed on pistols, rifles and revolvers to tell readers what works and what doesn't.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440224355
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
08/04/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
9 MB

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The Gun Digest Book of .22 Rimfire: Rifles * Pistols * Ammunition 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Muttdad More than 1 year ago
This is one of those 'everything you always wanted to know' type of books on 22 rim fire guns although the author makes it very clear he loves the Ruger 10-22. Also keep in mind it was written in 2005 and a lot of the guns he describes are no longer made. James House shares a lot of knowledge and a bit of nostalgia thrown in. A few weird typos but nothing that really spoils the book. Excellent companion to his other book devoted solely to the 10 22.
MikelodeonNJ More than 1 year ago
Very informative, very useful if you are a firearms aficionado, specially of .22 rifles. I find it objective and easy to read.