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Great source for manuals

Weasel Pilot

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Due to the wonderful folks at the U of NC, there's a sizable number of WWII US manuals posted, free for the clicking, including many of interest to the BOCN's membership.


Includes the ever popular TM 9-1895 series German, Japanese, French and Italian Explosive Ordinance (Is there any other kind of ordinance??)

Dave Mason

Thanks for sharing!

For all the members, if you collect artillery ammo, there is almost always a chapter in the U.S. manuals for the guns, tanks, etc. that covers the ammo for the guns. The gun manuals are very valuable, because many times the ammo chapter will show rounds that were never entered into the regular artillery ammo manuals.