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 Post subject: Miniature Rifles
PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:03 pm 
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any????

Any information, books, leaflets, that you are aware of, apart from Rifleman.org of course.

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 Post subject: Re: Miniature Rifles
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I found this...

http://www.adamsguns.com/martini.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Miniature Rifles
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Gosh, no one?

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 Post subject: Re: Miniature Rifles
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Just few from my shelves.

A.G.'s book of the rifle by AG Banks. A how to target shoot book covering full and small bore but with an emphasis on small bore shooting post war just so covering the then contemporary small bore rifles. Anything by Banks is worth getting in my opinion.

.22 calibre rifle shooting by CS Landis, yanqee book split in two parts, target shooting and live quarry.

The Book of the .22 Richard Arnold used to be the bible on all things .22.

Small bore Target shooting W.H.Fuller how to on shooting and the kit is incidental but from back in the day so some relevance.

The Golden Century John Knibbs, rather convoluted vanity publishing project on the history of BSA from an acknowledged authority on the subject.

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I have "Successful rifle shooting" by David Parrish -Mostly small bore.

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thankssign Chaps.

Just bought this --- Book of the .22 by Richard Arnold.

Anything miniature rifle...please post. O:-)

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Wrong book arrived, it is called I Believed. All about Communism.

Correct book is on its way albeit not the same as the one I bought. Not as pristine.

Been told just to keep the Communism book. Hmm...got a feeling it will leave the house as soon as possible.

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Been told just to keep the Communism book. Hmm...got a feeling it will leave the house as soon as possible.


Keep it for now, there may be another toilet paper shortage soon :o

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I found this in a 1937 Midland gun catalogue. A new BSA 15 would set you back £8. :)

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Ironically that No.8 sight is probably worth more than the gun now.


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