Targeting Guns

Author: Gary Kleck
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351486977
Size: 62.20 MB
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In Targeting Guns, Kleck follows the line of argument and careful statistical inference of his earlier prizewinning volume, Point Blank, while updating the literature reviews and statistical information, and adding two chapters.

The Gun

Author: C. J. Chivers
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439196533
Size: 56.89 MB
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The Gun dismantles myths as it moves from the naïve optimism of the Industrial Revolution through the treacherous milieu of the Soviet Union to the inside records of the Taliban.

Her Best Shot

Author: Laura Browder
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 080783050X
Size: 74.11 MB
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The relationship between women and guns and the ways in which the figure of an armed woman has served as a lightning rod for cultural issues are examined in a study that draws on advertising, journalism, fiction, political writings, and ...

Guns Rain

Author: David Lan
Publisher: James Currey Publishers
ISBN: 0852552017
Size: 33.73 MB
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"This book makes us understand an historical event of world importance, the liberation of Zimbabwe, from the point of view of ordinary people.

Guns Of The Civil War

Publisher: Zenith Imprint
ISBN: 0760339716
Size: 46.60 MB
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"Featuring guns photographed by Dennis Adler from the Mike Clark/Collector's Firearms Collection; the Dr. Joseph A. Murphy Collection; and the Dennis LeVett Collection, with additional photography provided by the Rock Island Auction Company ...

The Guns Of August

Author: Barbara W. Tuchman
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9780307567628
Size: 24.54 MB
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Praise for The Guns of August “A brilliant piece of military history which proves up to the hilt the force of Winston Churchill’s statement that the first month of World War I was ‘a drama never surpassed.’”—Newsweek “More ...