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Gun related books?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Jmurman, Mar 11, 2003.

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  1. Jmurman

    Jmurman Member

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    I just finished "Without Remorse" by Tom Clancy. I really enjoyed this book. My previous book read was "Unintended Consequences" I enjoyed one too.

    Do you know of any good books to read?
     
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    www.jpfo.org has some good ones if you're into the politics of guns. They don't read like the novels you mentioned, but do have some good info..
     
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    I'm on a Heinlein jag right now. Just finished Farhnam's Freehold and The Sixth Column. Both very enjoyable reads. I have Stranger In A Strange Land, but have not started it yet. I read Starship Troopers years ago, and remember it to be a very good book as well.
     
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    Check out Stephen Hunter in this order:
    1 - Point of Impact
    2 - Black Light
    3 - Dirty White Boys
    4 - Time to Hunt (the best - read this if you only read one)
    5 - Hot Springs
    6 - Pale Horse Coming

    Also - Vince Flynn. "Transfer of Power" features tactical/practical use of twin snipers with .50 BMG rifles. His other books are pretty good too.
     
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    Pleae allow me to recommend Gates of Fire by Steven Pressfield, and of course, the Iliad and Oddssey by Homer.
     
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    I remember Skeeter.

    A compilation of Skeeter Skeltons articles from shooting times over a period of 30 years.

    Great stories, some of them hilarious and almost all of them
    relating one way or another to Skeeter and his friends and their love of guns.

    compiled by his Widow Sally Skelton
    ISBN 1-879356-49-x

    Wolfe Publishing Company
    6471 Airpark Drive
    Prescott Arizona 86301
     
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