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Autocannon Book   General Military Discussion

Started 21/4/21 by Barnowlgreen; 15075 views.
autogun

From: autogun

29/7/21

Right - what I meant was that UK Amazon is only offering a Kindle version. Presumably a hard copy will follow...

Barnowlgreen

From: Barnowlgreen

5/8/21

Hi,

On the Crowood press site you can now order the book-

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Barnowlgreen

From: Barnowlgreen

16/8/21

Hi,

Just got an email from Crowood Press saying the publication date has changed to 21st November.

autogun

From: autogun

16/8/21

Thanks - that's a relief!

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autogun

From: autogun

19/1/22

The publication date has now slipped to March, due to production problems Crowood is having.

Farmplinker

From: Farmplinker

19/1/22

You're in good company! Ian Mccollum's Chinese pistol book is also moved back to March. Hopefully, Max's book on Russian rifles doesn't get any delays.

DeltaKilo

From: DeltaKilo

19/1/22

Farmplinker said:

Max's book on Russian rifles

Who is "Max" ? 

JPeelen

From: JPeelen

19/1/22

Max Popenker is a frequent, well regarded contributor to this forum.   

DeltaKilo

From: DeltaKilo

20/1/22

Thank you. Any more information about the book? 

I am currently working on my collector's report on
"Handguns and rifles carried by Russian and Soviet troops until 26 December 1991 - excluding full automatic". 

Basically, a list of all Tsarist, White Guard and Soviet revolvers, pistols and carbines incl. their respective variants (places of manufacture, modifications, etc.).
I need this to get a collectors licence in Germany.

So I'm interested in all books about Russian guns.  wink

mpopenker

From: mpopenker

20/1/22

DeltaKilo said:

"Handguns and rifles carried by Russian and Soviet troops until 26 December 1991 - excluding full automatic".

That's a bold try. I wonder how in-depth and extensive this would be, because there were some really obscure weapons, even excluding full automatic

as for my upcoming book, I really hope it would be published toward the end of this year, but so far I have no firm date.

Some details can be found here: https://www.headstamppublishing.com/avtomat-book

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