Let's have a PDF thread going. Going to dump some stuff I have.
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I guess the board is a bit slow.
Have an Osprey dump.
Towards a “600 m” lightweight General Purpose Cartridge
Emeric DANIAU, DGA Techniques Terrestres, Bourges.
ENHANCED PROPELLANT AND ALTERNATIVE CARTRIDGE CASE DESIGNS
Armaments Engineering and Technology Center (Benet)
SOME HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF A COMBAT RIFLE
Paul H. Ellis
Pistol grips BTFO
Chambering the Next Round
Emergent Small-calibre Cartridge Technologies
By N.R. Jenzen-Jones
==RE-EXAMINING THE ROLES OF LANDPOWER
IN THE 21ST CENTURY AND
William T. Johnsen
COLT'S SMALL CALIBER MACHINE PISTOL (SCAMP)
Fucked up muh redtext before, how embarrassing
Experiments to Determine the Effects of Different Flash Suppressor Designs on Accuracy of an F89 Light Machine Gun
==ANALYSIS OF M16A2 RIFLE CHARACTERISTICS
AND RECOMMENDED IMPROVEMENTS==
Arthur D. Osborne
LIQUID PROPELLANT GUNS
WALTER F. MORRISON
JOHN D. KNAPTON
MELVIN J. BUTLMAN
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF
5.56 MM FOLDED AMMUNITION/WEAPON SYSTEM
Reed E. Donnard
Richard R. Rhodes
Brassey's Essential Guide to Military Small Arms Design
PROPOSAL FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF A
MACHINE GUN CONCEPT CAPABLE OF
FIRING 7.62 MOLDED CASELESS PROPELLANT CARTRIDGES
United States Army
Rock Island Arsenal
Rock Island, Illinois
THE ARMAMENT O THE “POST-70 SOLDIER
DE KRUITHOORN N.V's-HERTOGENBOSCH. HOLLAND
I have a lot more, most is too large for hatechan though. I have lots of shit about shaped charge design since that is my main interest. Let me know if you want any of it. I also have a .pdf of 'Rifle Accuracy Facts by Harold R. Vaughn' but it clocks in at 839.4 MB or 539.7 MB as a zip. I could upload it somewhere else if it is wanted. It is some serious autism.
Also some EM2 autism.
Cheers for the reading mate. I don't have as many, but here's my contribution.
Fairly sure most of you will have this, but it's worth having it up for whatever newfags wander in.
Do not build, posted for academic interest only. If you want to an hero there are easier ways to get that done.
Probably not even remotely practical, but if any of you crazy bastards want to give it a shot be sure to post about it.
Any one else having issues downloading this as zip? For me, it starts fine, and then after just a minute says "file no longer accessible" under status.
Mega is kinda gay when it comes to downloads, they have a cap, just wait a few hours and it should start downloading again
I have the $5/month lite account. I figured it out though; I just copied it to my cloud drive and did a normal download instead of a zip download. Seems to be working now.
Where can I find the whole of this book, or an other edition? I actually just want the info about the food of that 27mm Mauser cannon. The German navy is replacing all 20mm and 40mm autocannons with it, and I wonder how is that supposed to work. Because if it can really compete with a 40mm gun, then that is just fantastic.
I'm on my phone so I can't check to see it if the whole thing is there. Is it?
Yeah, it looks like, thanks. Although this particular pdf is 2323 pages long, so I think I will spend some time reading up a few other things too.
That isn't the only one
They're usually separated into different sections with specifications for each item. Kind of like wikipedia for weapons, their systems and their carriers.
Thanks, but it doesn't seem to have anything about this particular gun.
You'd have to look through other logs, the 27mm however.
It can do both jobs "decently enough" with rate of fire and it's size it can do both roles.
bumping for Zig Forums
Yes please, I remember that thread, someone also converted it to epub.
Now this is fun shit
they have a pretty stable logistics line for their ground forces.
Where should I upload it?
I'm looking for anything about Soviet/Russian navy and also about the far eastern military district.
I'll keep looking, here's a Nato vs Warsaw document that includes navy shit, but it's from the 80s.
Use literally anything that isn't the browser interface like Megatools and you can bypass it for free.
bumping this thread
no prob, I wish Zig Forums went back to the way it was instead of what it is now.
Barely any discussions on anything and all it is now is Zig Forums memes
Jesus Christ. This is some advanced laziness.
Is this terminology that was actually used at some point?
bumping this threax
Yeah, Rhodesians did that because they came into possession a retarded amount of soviet gear, so standard 7.62 became 7.62 long and the soviet stuff was the "short" ammo.
bumping, but can we get this pinned or something?
i hate this so much
bump- good stuff in this thread
Bumping thread again
bumping one time. Remember /pdfs/ exists
Dont forget to check the literature thread here as well m8
Anyone have any additional docs in a league similar to Brassey's, or Stuart Otteson scans, particularly Otteson's The Bolt Action Rifle?
What are some good pdfs on locksmithing?
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Would any of you guys happen to have a PDF of a book called "Tear Gas Munitions: An Analysis of Commercial Riot Gas Guns, Tear Gas Projectiles, Grenades, Small Arms Ammunition, and Related Tear Gas Devices" by Swearengen?
I'm not paying $500 for a copy of it.
copying from the Zig Forums approved books thread
Two links that have HUGE libraries of pdfs/ebooks/etc avail for search, had a look for your book and couldnt find it, have you tried the bookz IRC channels?
also bookzz.org is gone, the new link is
Bumping this 5 month old thread
PDF dump cause no sleep.
TACTICAL DEEP BATTLE: THE MISSING LINK
APPLICATION OF THE SOVIET THEORY OF “DEEP OPERATION” DURING THE
1939 SOVIET-JAPANESE MILITARY CONFLICT IN MONGOLIA.
Operational Art in Theory and War: A Comparison of Sovet Theory and the Red Army's Conduct in Operation Bagration 1944
Zhukov's Greatest Defeat (Operation Mars) David Glantz
The Evolution of Operational Art Gregorii Isersson I cant remember or spell that name correctly
Last pick semi-related to PDF
Architect of Soviet Victory Gregory GS Isserson
August Storm, the 1945 offensive against Japan in Manchuria
If somebody has PDFs of the Heeresdienstvorschrift(HDv) of the Bundeswehr I would be really grateful, because it would bring me a step closer to create my Zig Forumsrautfolder.
Anyone got Fundamentals of the Deep Operation (1933)?? I heard it is still clasified.
Oh, found a good site but it is in Russian:
Evolution of Operational Art (1930)
When you say deep operations what do you mean? First time hearing about that paper.
Here's a field manual for deep operations.
It was a (formerly??) classified book by Gregori Isserson , and is considered the cornerstone of Soviet (operational) Deep battle. It solves the problem of depth, and the effects of it on deep battle.
Closest thing I could find,
Pretty neat thread. While the old saying "the pen beats the sword" is false, a book about swordwielding is still a good read.
I've got that one, thanks.
Anyone have Canada's Secret Commandos and/or we were invincible. Damn impossible to find.
Anyone got the Lighting link files?? I feel like we might wanna stash those away.
No clue what you're asking for but here's how to make a bottle opener for really cheap.
Lighting link is basicly this:
Are you fucking retarded?
DO NOT COMMUNICATE WITH THIS MORON
No Im not retarded.
Actually I am but w/e
From Osprey's Men at Arms series.
1 - Complete Machine Plans for the Sten MkII
2 - Sled Driver - Flying the Worlds Fastest Jet
More Men-at-Arms stuff.
Long term (as in a timeframe of decades or centuries) it's probably true unless you completely crush a given group.
Honestly though if we could have anything on shaped charges I'd love it. I have some basic pdfs on similar topics and some recipes but none on how to use them
Glad to see anons are still spreading that.
t. guy who did the scan and thread.
did it at the uni library, my copy was from Aberdeen.
got anymore books to share?
any good books on reloading?
Atleast read the PDFs to get how they fight.
good thread pin
Anyone have Jeff Cooper's books?