Some good books when you are not in the field!

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Another book of his that is worth looking at. He was also editor of Jane’s Infantry Weapons from 1972 to 1994. Hogg was also a frequent guest on the History Channel‘s Tales of the Gun and a contributor to the A&E channel’s 1996 series The Story of the Gun.
Busy guy Huh?

Now moving along smartly as my Old Drill Sgt would say at Ft. Dix.

There are also one other sources of books that I have had some luck with.

One of them being the Osprey Publishing Company. This outfit is dedicated to the study of Military History. So far they have written over 500 books or pamphlets if want to call them.
Now this books are very slim but they do punch above their weight for the most part. Of course in all series types of books. Some of them are going to be duds, some so-so and a few are way above average.
So here are a few that I have been able to gather over the past few years. That are worth getting
(Yeah I know! I have too many books and I need more!)
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Soviet Submachine Guns of World War II
The M1 Garand
The Browning Automatic Rifle
In closing If and when I find some other worthy tomes, That merit your consideration. I will post some more of them.
Thanks for your time!