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Marine sniper log books

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by barricade, Jul 14, 2009.

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  1. barricade

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    Any one know anything about quantico sniper log books? Specific to each individual gun of course. These books include specific load data and all relevent info to that specific firearm. Is the data that has been recorded in them by the military sensetive? Is it somehow restricted or classified?
     
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    Is the data in the log book classified or restricted?
     
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    Don't know, but I can't imagine why it would be. Unless the military doesn't want to train the enemy. Which is prob a good reason

    Actually just found you need a logon to access the PDF's.

    There is a contact function on the webpage, you may go direct and get an answer to your question.

    I do know there are commercial data books available that cover much of the same info.

    I kept a data book on an issue M1A one season (Navy), that book was serialized to the rifle. Mundane stuff, round count, maintenance, mods, etc.

    The shooting log on the other hand covered some of what the linked to PDF's seem to cover.
     
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