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    I imagine they will be coming after these soon in Massachusetts that's what Hitler did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger007 View Post
    Hmm TY. I am researching a few now. How is that 45/70 Springfield book? I cant make out the publisher and or author?
    Sorry, just noticed the post...

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/18823...keywords=45-70

    It's good for seeing what is "correct" on a Trapdoor.

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    I got it, TY.

    Quote Originally Posted by Screwball View Post
    Sorry, just noticed the post...

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/18823...keywords=45-70

    It's good for seeing what is "correct" on a Trapdoor.
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    I imagine they will be coming after these soon in Massachusetts that's what Hitler did.
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    I always buy my gun books in print.

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    ok, so not exactly print books, but i feel very helpful nevertheless so here I share with you as I'm glad someone shared with me a few years ago…

    as I'm younger, I don't have too many actual books other than reloading manuals and a 1994 gun digest my grandfather gave me for a specific article inside. http://stevespages.com has been amazing. the site allows you to download the files to your computer. I always do. that way even if the internet is down I have access to the files. I have files I haven't even read on guns I don't even own, why just because. knowledge is power, or in my case something to read during say storms or something. I always have the option of printing them out, and can easily back up thousands of books onto a single flash drive. and the site above makes it easy to access info from any computer if need be. a big thanks to steve for starting that site, he died sometime recently but one of his friends is keeping it alive! rip steve
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    Bostons gun bible is great
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    Ok so I am not the only one that prefers print. TY!

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    A few of these intrest me. Anyone thumbs up/thumbs down?

    https://www.northcapepubs.com/
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    Loading cartridges for the original .45-70 Springfield rifle and carbine

    by Pat Wolf anyone have it. Thumbs up/thumbs down?
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