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Last-Modified: 1996/08/31
URL: http://www.teleport.com/FAQ/RecGuns.shtml

   Lots of new links to commercial pages, good updates to some very
   interesting articles, and new version of the rec.guns phonebook have
   been added to the FAQ.
   
   Summary: The rec.guns FAQ is at:
   
   http://www.teleport.com/~dputzolu/
   (an easier URL to remember is:
   http://www.teleport.com/FAQ/RecGuns.html)
   
   Detailed Info:
   
   What follows is the pointer to the rec.guns FAQ. Due to its near
   encyclopedic proportions, it was decided that the FAQ not be posted in
   its entirety, but instead just this pointer to the FAQ would be posted
   periodically.
   
   The rec.guns FAQ is now primarily available via the WWW. Graphical
   browsers are available for most major platforms. Also available are
   text-based browsers for those only having text based access. Check in
   news.answers for the World Wide Web FAQ for more information about
   this excellent hypertext system.
   
   The rec.guns FAQ is also available via anonymous FTP. For those of you
   that do not have FTP access, instructions as to how to use email to
   have parts of the FAQ automatically sent to you are included at the
   end of this posting.
   
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*       The rec.guns FAQ is available via WWW at the URL:        *
*             http://www.teleport.com/~dputzolu/                 *
* #### If you have access to the WWW, please use this site! #### *
* ####    It is *much* easier to use than the FTP site!     #### *
* Also found here are firearm image, sound, and target archives. *
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* The rec.guns FAQ can also be found on the rec.guns FTP server, *
*  flubber.cs.umd.edu (128.8.128.99) in the directory /rec/FAQ   *
*   If you wish to retrieve all of the documents of the FAQ in   *
*      one fell swoop, get rgFAQ.tar.Z from this directory.      *
*            Note that this file is 2 MB in length!              *
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   In order to allow people to download parts of the FAQ at the
   granularity of single articles, each article appears in a separate
   file on the FTP server mentioned above. The filename of each article
   is made up of the section in the FAQ where it is found, followed by a
   period and the suffix ".txt" Thus, the article in the section
   
III. Firearm Information by Type

  C. Semi-Automatic Pistols
  
    2. Models and Manufacturers
    
      a. 1911A1
      
        2. Where to get Information on Gunsmithing
        
   would be found in the file /rec/FAQ/IIIC2a2.txt Hopefully this will
   please the MS-DOS people, as well as make filenames faster to type.
   Note that the outline of all of the subjects covered can be found in
   the file FAQ1 in the same directory.
   
   _Note:_ I've started to find firearms resources which are only
   available via WWW. As such, I _cannot_ provide text-only copies at the
   FTP site. Each article that is only available via the WWW will have
   the phrase "Available via WWW Only!" appended to it in my table of
   contents.
   
   There is still a ton of stuff missing from this FAQ. If you feel
   comfortable writing about one of the missing topics, please email me!
   
   
    David M. Putzolu - dputzolu@teleport.com - My opinions
    
     _________________________________________________________________

                       What's New in the rec.guns FAQ
                                      
                              August 29, 1996
                                      
   _New for August 29, 1996_
     * III.C.2.b.2. Beretta Model 86 has been added to section III.C.
       Self-Loading Pistols.
     * Pachmayr has been added to the list of XI.B.4.b. Firearm Related
       Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Demolition Man has had a correction added to its entry in the list
       of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Escape from Los Angeles has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 27, 1996_
     * IV.F.1. The Facklerite's Case has been revised in section IV.
       Comparative Firearm and Calibre Information.
     * Uhrwerke Komet has been added to the list of XI.B.4.b. Firearm
       Related Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * The Client has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Courage Under Fire has had a correction added to it in the list of
       Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Rumble in the Bronx has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 20, 1996_
     * III.D.2.a.12.0. Martini Rifles Web page has been added to section
       III.D.2.a. Non-Self-Loading Rifles.
     * VII.6.c. Lyman Bullet Mould Reference and Research has been added
       to section VII.C. Reloading Manufacturer Information.
     * La Femme Nikita has had another mishap added to its entry in the
       list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * The Longest Day has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 16, 1996_
     * VII.D.5. CZ-52 7.62x25 Czech Brass Manufacturing has been added to
       section VII.D. Reloading Information by Calibre.
     * XII.B.4. Scopes & Boresight Tricks has been added to section
       XII.B. Rifle Accuracy.
     * Ruger Firearms has been added to the list of Firearms
       Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Bad Boys has had another mishap added to its entry in the list of
       Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Dances with Wolves has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
     * Sudden Death has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 15, 1996_
     * XII.C.5. Group Size Analysis Methods has been added to section
       XII.C. Miscellaneous Accuracy Topics.
     * Northwest Security Products has been added to the list of
       XI.B.4.b. Firearm Related Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Platoon has had another mishap added to its entry in the list of
       Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Quigley Down Under has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 12, 1996_
     * VII.E.11. Load Density and Accuracy has been added to section
       VII.E. Miscellaneous Reloading Information.
     * Century Arms has had it's URL updated in section XI.B.4.c. Gun
       Shops, Gun Ranges, Gunsmiths, & Mail Order Web Sites.
     * La Femme Nikita has had another mishap added to its entry in the
       list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * The Land that Time Forgot has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 10, 1996_
     * X.D.5. Why Ballistic Coefficients are Important has been added to
       section X.D. Miscellaneous Ballistics Information.
     * A picture of two Mauser pistols has been added to the rec.guns
       Image Archives.
     * Amsec has been added to the list of XI.B.4.b. Firearm Related
       Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Hellweg Ltd. has been added to the list of XI.B.4.b. Firearm
       Related Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Internation Handgun Leather has been added to the list of
       XI.B.4.b. Firearm Related Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Smith & Wesson has been added to the list of Firearms
       Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Tasco has been added to the list of XI.B.4.b. Firearm Related
       Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * The Quick and the Dead has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 9, 1996_
     * Eraser has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Species has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Under Siege has had another mishap added to its entry in the list
       of Movie Gun Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 4, 1996_
     * XI.D.6.b. LFI-I The Judicious Use of Lethal Force has been updated
       to contain its previously missing beginning.
     * STI International has been added to section XI.B.4.b. Firearm
       Related Manufacturers' Web Sites.
     * Blown Away has had another mishap added to its entry in the list
       of Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * Courage Under Fire has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
     * Friday has been added to the list of Movie Gun Mishaps.
       
   _New for August 1, 1996_
     * III.C.2.f. CZ-52, part of section III.C. Self Loading Pistols, has
       been updated with some new source info.
     * III.G.5.a. American Airguns Web Page has been relinked to the
       correct URL.
     * X.G.6. Recreational Software, Inc. has had a promotional article
       about its software added to section X.G. Firearms Related Computer
       Software.
     * Heat has had another mishap added to its entry in the list of
       Movie Gun Mishaps.
     * King Solomon's Mines has been added to the list of Movie Gun
       Mishaps.
       
   _Previous What's New Entries:_
     * July 1996
     * June 1996
     * May 1996
     * April 1996
     * March 1996
     * February 1996
     * January 1996
     * December 1995
     * November 1995
       
                              Back to the FAQ 

     * I. Introduction
          + A. Changes since last posting
          + B. FAQ Organization, etc.
          + C. Legal Disclaimer
          + D. Basic Gun Safety
          + E. Terminology & Acronyms
          + F. The most common FAQ on rec.guns: I am thinking of buying a
            gun...
          + G. Why Should I Join the NRA?
          + H. I Don't Have FTP capability - can I use Email to get FAQ
            Articles?
          + I. A Handgun Primer For Novices
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + A. Contact info for ILA & other services
          + B. International Information
          + C. State Laws
          + D. Relevant Literature
          + E. Firearms and Air Travel
          + F. Class 3 (Machineguns, etc.) Firearm Information
          + G. Federal Firearms Laws
          + H. Modifying Your Gun and the Law
          + I. FFL Information
          + J. World Wide Wilderness Regulatory Info [INLINE]
            (WWW Only!)
          + L. Miscellaneous ATF Rules and Regulations
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + B. International Information
               o 1. Country Laws
               o 2. The European Firearms Pass
               o 3. Japan
                    # a. How to Own Guns in Japan
                    # b. Related Laws and Regulations, including Hunting
                      Licenses
               o 4. Canada
                    # a. Firearms Training Laws
                      WWW Only!
               o 5. The Hague Convention IV - Convention Respecting the
                 Laws and Customs of War on Land [INLINE]
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + C. State Firearms Laws
               o 1. Concealed Carry Laws
                    # a. Concealed Carry Laws by State
                    # b. Acquiring a Non-Resident CCW [INLINE]
                    # c. Alaska
                         @ 1. Obtaining a CCW Permit (WWW Only!)
                         @ 2. Top Ten Lame Features of a CCW Permit (WWW
                           Only!)
                    # d. Arkansas CCW Law
                    # e. Colorado CCW Law [INLINE]
                    # f. Oklahoma Proposed CCW Law
                    # g. Oregon CCW Information
                         @ 1. General Requirements
                         @ 2. Checklist
                         @ 3. Statutes
                         @ 4. Non-Resident (Washington) Application
               o 2. Interstate Transportation of Personally-Owner
                 Firearms
                    # a. Interstate Transportation of Personally-Owned
                      Firearms
                    #
               o 3. New York City Gun Clubs/Laws
               o 4. New York State/City Laws
               o 5. Pennsylvania State Laws
               o 6. Washington State Laws
               o 7. NRA Guide to State Laws - Available via WWW Only!
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + D. Relevant Literature
               o 1. Judicious Use of Deadly Force - Video Review
               o 2. The Samurai, the Mountie, and the Cowboy
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + H. Modifying Your Gun and the Law
               o 1. Basic Information
               o 2. Modifying Semi-Automatic Firearms
       
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     * II. Firearms Laws
          + I. FFL Information
               o 1. Rob's Quick Guide to Getting a Federal Firearm's
                 License
               o 2. Curious and Relics FFL Information
                    # a. Introduction
                    # b. Detailed Guide
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + A. Literature 
          + B. Revolvers
          + C. Semi-Automatic Pistols
          + D. Rifles
          + E. Shotguns
          + F. Black Powder Firearms
          + G. Airguns
          + H. Single Shot Firearms
          + I. Other Kinds of Firearms
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + A. Literature
               o 1. With Compliments of Colonel Colt - Video Review
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + B. Revolvers
               o 1. Commonly Available Cartridges
               o 2. Models and Manufacturers
                    # a. Charter Arms Bulldog
                    # b. Dan Wesson
                    # c. Manurhin MR-93
                    # d. Ruger GP-100
                    # e. Smith & Wesson
                         @ 1. Names and Numbers
                         @ 2. 586/686
                         @ 3. J-Frame
                         @ 4. K-Frame
                         @ 5. N-Frame
                         @ 6. The Unofficial Smith & Wesson Home Page
                           (WWW Only!)
                         @ 7. Models 29 & 629
               o 3. "What to Look for in Buying a Revolver"
               o 4. .38 and .357 Interchangeability
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + C. Self-Loading Pistols
               o 1. Commonly Available Cartridges
               o 2. Models and Manufacturers
                    # a. 1911A1
                         @ 1. .22 Conversion Kits
                         @ 2. Where to Get Information on Gunsmithing
                         @ 3. The Unofficial Colt 1911 Gold Cup Page
                           (Available via WWW Only!)
                         @ 4. Help to ID M1911A1 Govt 45 Auto Pistols
                         @ 5. Field Stripping a 1911 Type Pistol (with
                           pictures!)
                    # b. Beretta
                         @ 1. Beretta 85F
                         @ 2. Beretta 86 [INLINE]
                         @ 4. Beretta 92FS Stainless
                         @ 5. The Unofficial Beretta 92FS Page
                         @ 6. Military Use of the Beretta 92F
                    # c. Bergmann Bayard Model 1910 Pistol
                    # d. Browning
                         @ 1. Buck Mark 22
                         @ 2. High Power
                    # e. Colt
                         @ 1. Woodsman
                           (Available via WWW Only!)
                         @ 2. The Unofficial M1911 Pistol Home Page
                           (Available via WWW Only!)
                    # f. CZ-52
                    # g. Glock
                         @ 1. Accessories - Aro-Tek extended slide
                           release review
                         @ 2. Pistols
                         @ 3. Help! The finish on my Glock is wearing
                           off!
                         @ 4. Trigger Options
                         @ 5. Reloader's Warning
                         @ 6. Complete Parts List and Prices
                         @ 7. The Unofficial Glock Page
                           (Available via WWW Only!)
                         @ 8. The Glock Model 26 and 27
                         @ 9. Glock 27 Test Fire Report
                         @ 10. Glock 26: A Lady's Point of View
                         @ 11. Field Stripping a Glock Pistol (With
                           Pictures!)
                         @ 12. Glock 27 .357Sig Test Results
                    # h. Haemmerli
                    # i. Heckler and Koch
                         @ 1. HK 4
                         @ 2. HK P7M13
                         @ 3. HK USP
                         @ 4. The Unoffical HK USP Page
                    # j. Intratec
                         @ 1. DC-9
                    # k. Kel-Tec P11
                    # l. Makarov
                         @ 1. Makarov FAQ (Available via WWW only!)
                         @ 2. Pistolet Makarova
                    # m. Manurhin Made Walther P-1
                    # n. Norinco
                         @ Norinco Model of the 1911
                    # o. Omega
                         @ 1. Omega 10mm
                    # p. Ruger
                         @ 1. Ruger 22/45 [INLINE]
                         @ 2. Ruger MkII - Cleaning & Reassembling
                    # q. Sig Sauer
                         @ 1. Changing Triggers
                         @ 2. Model Information
                         @ 3. Safety Warning from SIGARMS
                         @ 4. Complete Parts List and Prices
                         @ 5. Unofficial Sig Sauer Home Page
                           (Available via WWW only!)
                         @ 6. .357 Sig Information
                         @ 7. Are Sig Aluminum Frames Weak?
                         @ 8. FBI Tests the .357SIG
                    # r. Smith & Wesson
                         @ 1. (Article Not Present)
                         @ 2. Model 3913
                         @ 3. Model 3953
                         @ 4. Model 41
                         @ 5. Model 69XX Series
                         @ 6. The Unofficial Smith & Wesson Home Page
                           (Available via WWW only!)
                    # s. Sphinx
                         @ AT-380M
                    # t. Steyr
                         @ 1. Steyr-Hahn M1911/M1912
                         @ 2. TMP/SPP
                    # u. Taurus
                         @ 1. Taurus PT-22
                         @ 2. Taurus PT-945
                         @ 3. Taurus 99AF
                    # v. Tokarev Pistols
                         @ 1. Russian and Chinese Tokarev Pistols
                         @ 2. Tokarev Pistols
                    # w. Unique
                         @ 1. Model DES/69-U
                    # x. Walther
                         @ 1. Walther TPH
                         @ 2. Model Information
                         @ 3. Walther PPK
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + D. Rifles
               o 1. Ammunition Information
                    # a. An Examination of Norinco 7.62*39 Corrosiveness
                    # b. A Comprehensive List of Available 7.62x53 R
                      Factory Loads
                    # c. 8mm Mauser
                         @ 1. Loadings
                         @ 2. More Loadings
                    # d. 6.5 x 55 Loadings
               o 2. Rifle Reviews
                    # a. Non-Self-Loading Rifles
                    # b. Self-Loading Rifles
               o 3. Miscellaneous
                    # a. What is Jeff Cooper's Scout Rifle?
                    # b. Poem: My Rifle [INLINE]
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + E. Shotguns
               o 1. Shotshells and Loads
                    # a. Shot Sizes
                    # b. Load weights, shotsize, and Dram equivalents
                    # c. High Brass, Low Brass, and Shell Length
                    # d. Buffered Loads
                    # e. What's a "gauge," anyway?
                    # f. Different shotgun shell lengths - what's the
                      deal?
                    # g. Shot Storage
               o 2. Barrels and Chokes
                    # a. Vent Rib (VR) Barrels
                    # b. Rifled vs. Smooth Bore
                    # c. Chokes
                    # d. Barrel length (Article Not Present)
                    # e. O/U vs. S/S
               o 3. Models & Manufacturers
                    # a. Benelli
                    # b. Ithaca
               o 4. Miscellaneous
                    # a. Shotgun Fit Parameters
                    # b. The Difference between Trap, Skeet, and Sporting
                      Clays
                    # c. Reducing Recoil
                    # d. Ghost Ring Sights
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + G. Airguns
               o 1. Airgun Pellets for Training and Competition
               o 2. Ten Reasons You Should Own an Airgun
               o 3. Introduction to Modern Air Gun Technology
               o 4. Models and Manufacturers
                    # a. Beeman
                         @ 1. Nemesis
                         @ 2. Beeman R1
                         @ 3. Beeman R7
                         @ 4. Beeman R9
                    # b. Chinese Air Rifles
                    # c. (placeholder)
                    # d. Daisy
                         @ 1. Daisy 717 (and Close Relatives)
                    # e. Webley
                         @ 1. Tempest
               o 5. Other Airgun Web Sits
                    # a. American Airgun Web Page (WWW Only!)
                    # b. The Airgun Letter (WWW Only!)
               o 6. The Evolution of the Air Pistol
       
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     * III. Firearm Information by Type
          + H. Single Shot Firearms
               o 1. Thompson Contender Information - Available via WWW
                 only!
       
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     * IV. Comparative Firearm and Calibre Information
          + A. Literature (Article Not Present)
          + B. Double Action v. Single Action v. Safe Action v. Squeeze
            Cocker
          + C. Glock v. Sig Sauer
               o 1. The Glock's Case
               o 2. Glock Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
               o 3. The Sig Sauer's Case
               o 4. Sig Sauer Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
          + D. Reliability: Semi-Automatic Pistols v. Revolvers
          + E. Accuracy: Bolt Action Rifles v. Semi-Automatic Rifles
            (Article Not Present)
          + F. Bullet Velocity & Weight as related to effectiveness
               o 1. The Facklerite's Case [INLINE]
               o 2. Fackler Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
               o 3. The Marshall-Sanow Case (Article Not Present)
               o 4. Marshall-Sanow Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
          + G. Calibre Issues
               o 1. The .45 ACP's case (Article Not Present)
               o 2. .45 ACP Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
               o 3. The 9mm Parabellum's case
               o 4. 9mm Parabellum Rebuttal (Article Not Present)
               o 5. .357 SIG vs. .40 S & W
               o 6. Calibre Interchangeability
               o 7. 9mm V. 10mm High Performance Ammunition Tests
               o 8. .44 Magnum Loadings
               o 9. .357Sig Benefits
               o 10. .380 Ammmunition & Barrel Lengths
          + H. Survey - What Rec.Gunners use for Home Defense
          + I. Comparison of 9mm Diameter Calibres
       
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     * V. Defensive Use of Firearms
          + A. Legal Disclaimer
          + B. Reviews of Literature
          + C. Home Defense - An analysis of this topic with a focus on
            home defense.
          + D. Out-of-Home Defense - Coverage of this topic with a focus
            on carry out of the home.
          + E. Picking A Self Defense Firearm/Ammunition
          + F. (null article)
          + G. Ammunition Information
          + H. Twenty One First Hand Accounts
          + I. Self-Defense - Armed and Unarmed (2nd Edition) (long!)
          + J. Self Defense Courses [INLINE]
       
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     * V. Defensive Use of Firearms
          + B. Reviews of Literature and Other Relevant Information
               o 1. John Farnam's Shotgun Course
                    # a. Review of the Actual Course
                    # b. Video Review
               o 2. Shoot To Live - Video Review
               o 3. In the Gravest Extreme - A Review
               o 4. Some Reviews by Seth Eliott
               o 5. Post-Violent Event Trauma
               o 6. Physio-Psychological Aspects of Violent Encounters

     * V. Defensive Use of Firearms
          + G. Ammunition Information
               o 1. Ammunition for the Self-Defense Firearm
               o 2. KTW Ammunition
               o 3. Cor-Bon Ammunition
               o 4. Testing Ammunition for Reliable Feeding
               o 5. The Unofficial .40 S & W Page (WWW Only!)
               o 6. Dale Towert's Handgun Stopping Power Page (WWW Only!)
                 [INLINE]
       
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     * VI. Hunting Issues
          + A. Calibre Issues
               o 1. Is .223 ok for hunting?
                    # a. First Article
                    # b. Second Article
               o 2. Is 9mm/7.62*39/.357/.45ACP/etc. good for bears?
          + B. Choosing a Gun or Calibre
          + C. The NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge
          + D. The Rec.hunting Web Site [INLINE]
       
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     * VII. Reloading Information
          + A. Introduction to Handloading [INLINE]
          + B. Bullet & Shot Information
          + C. Manufacturer Information
          + D. Reloading Information by Calibre
          + E. Miscellaneous Information
          + F. Terminology
          + G. Brass Information
       
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     * VII. Reloading Information
          + A. Introduction to Handloading
               o 1. Pistol and Rifle Handloading: "My Adventures in
                 Reloading"
               o 2. Introduction to Reloading Components
               o 3. A FAQ for Reloading [INLINE]
       
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     * VII. Reloading Information
          + B. Bullet & Shot Information
               o 1. Shot Storage
               o 2. Shot Sizes
               o 3. On Bullet and Throat Diameters
               o 4. Some Bullet Seating Tips
               o 5. A Few Notes Regarding Cast Bullet Alloys
     * VII. Reloading Information
          + C. Manufacturer Information
               o 1. Dedicated Systems
                    # a. "A Report on the Dedicated Systems Electronic
                      Scale and and Powder Dribbler System"
                    # b. Dedicated Systems Goes Bankrupt
               o 2. Dillon
                    # a. Dillon Priming Tray (also about RCBS tray)
                    # b. Reloading 9x18M on the Dillon 550
               o 3. Hodgdon
                    # a. Hodgdon Data Manual No. 25
               o 4. Hornady
                    # a. Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading, 3rd Ed.
               o 5. Lee
                    # a. Lee Load All II
               o 6. Lyman
                    # a. Lyman Reloading Handbook, 46th Edition
                    # b. Lyman Pistol Bullet Mold Information
                      (Available via WWW only!)
                    # c. Lyman Rifle Bullet Mold Information
                      (Available via WWW only!)
                    # d. Lyman Bullet Mould Reference and Research
                      [INLINE]
                      (Available via WWW only!)
               o 7. Nosler
                    # a. Nosler Reloading Manual, Number Three
               o 8. Pact
                    # a. Pact Model BBK Electronic Powder Scale
               o 9. RCBS
                    # a. Rock Chucker Master Reloading Kit Review
               o 10. Shooting Chrony
                    # a. Shooting Chrony Beta Model Chronograph
               o 11. Sierra
                    # a. Sierra Handgun Reloading Manual
               o 12. Speer
                    # a. Speer Reloading Manual, Number 11
               o 13. Miscellaneous Manufacturer Information
                    # a. Hornady, MEC, and Posness Warren
                    # b. Oehler, Pact, and Shooting Chrony (Chronograph
                      FAQ)
       
   

     VII. Reloading Information
     * D. Reloading Information by Calibre
          + 1. Reloading the 7.62x39 Cartridge
          + 2. Reloading with Berdan Primed 7.62 x 39 Russian
          + 3. 9x21 and .38 Super Reloading Information
            (WWW Only!)
          + 4. Makarov Reloading Manual
            (WWW Only!)
          + 5. CZ-52 7.62x25 Czech Brass Manufacturing [INLINE]
       
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     * VII. Reloading Information
          + E. Miscellaneous Information
               o 1. Cartridge Identification Bibliography
               o 2. Reloading Software
               o 3. "Some Words on Adjusting Dies"
               o 4. Chamber Ringing
               o 5. Alternative Methods of Cleaning Brass
               o 6. Safe Storage of Powder and Primers
               o 7. Developing Ultra-Lite Loads
               o 8. Projectile Weight, Muzzle Velocity, and Energy
               o 9. Wax Loads
               o 10. The Reloading Bench
                 WWW only!
               o 11. Load Density and Accuracy [INLINE]
       
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     * VII. Reloading Information
          + F. Terminology
               o 1. What is Headspace?

     * VIII. Techniques
          + A. Handgun Techniques
          + B. Rifle Techniques
       
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     * VIII. Techniques
          + A. Handgun Techniques
               o 1. Carry Techniques
               o 2. Cleaning
                    # a. Self-Loaders
                    # b. Revolvers
               o 3. Basic Pistol Marksmanship
       
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     * VIII. Techniques
          + B. Rifle Techniques
               o 1. Carry Techniques (Article Not Present)
               o 2. Cleaning
                    # a. How to Break in a Rifle
               o 3. Presentation (Article Not Present)
               o 4. How to Refinish a Rifle Stock
               o 5. Sniper Information (Available via WWW Only!)
               o 6. How to Choose the Proper Rifling Twist Rate
               o 7. Cheap Coated Cleaning Rods
       
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     * IX. Competitive Information
          + A. List of Olympic Shooting Events

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