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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Guns, or more correctly small arms, is one of the oldest most primitive technologies still prevalent in the world today. The bulk of this technology is from the 19th century, literally the horse and buggy days, and indeed those who advocate gun control are only showing just how truly backwards and behind they are. Furthermore, the necessary technology and tools to manufacture small arms are readily available across all of America. For any modern insurrection to succeed, it must have some means to make the implements of war, and hidden away in America's middle class are those manufacturing resources. The duel threat of oil shortages and obsolete Americans threatens society with domestic insurrection movements as young people come to realize the opportunity of their fathers and grandfathers are no longer theirs to have. However, those likely to be a part of future insurrections will have the foundation (highschool algebra, trigonometry, physics, chemistry and research skills) to quickly build the necessary technological skills over and above what they already have. This monogram details both the tools that are available to insurrectionists and the skills/knowledge required to use the tools. Taking a gun design which insurrectionist might typically use, then detailing the fabrication of four parts from that design, the reader gains an understanding of common machine tools and techniques of using them.Topics include an overview of the design example used to explain machine tool technology, including mechanical drawings of the parts used for the examples, the basics of documentation for manufacturing, measurement devices for machine tools, the engine lathe, the vertical milling/drilling machine, and then introductions to welding, plastic casting and foundry. This volume will give members of law enforcement a sound basic understanding of machine tool technology, both the hardware and the people who are able to use these tools. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Guns, or more correctly small arms, is one of the oldest most primitive technologies still prevalent in the world today. The bulk of this technology is from the 19th century, literally the horse and buggy days, and indeed those who advocate gun control are only showing just how truly backwards and behind they are. Furthermore, the necessary technology and tools to manufacture small arms are readily available across all of America. For any modern insurrection to succeed, it must have some means to make the implements of war, and hidden away in America's middle class are those manufacturing resources. The duel threat of oil shortages and obsolete Americans threatens society with domestic insurrection movements as young people come to realize the opportunity of their fathers and grandfathers are no longer theirs to have. However, those likely to be a part of future insurrections will have the foundation (highschool algebra, trigonometry, physics, chemistry and research skills) to quickly build the necessary technological skills over and above what they already have. This monogram details both the tools that are available to insurrectionists and the skills/knowledge required to use the tools. Taking a gun design which insurrectionist might typically use, then detailing the fabrication of four parts from that design, the reader gains an understanding of common machine tools and techniques of using them. Topics include an overview of the design example used to explain machine tool technology, including mechanical drawings of the parts used for the examples, the basics of documentation for manufacturing, measurement devices for machine tools, the engine lathe, the vertical milling/drilling machine, and then introductions to welding, plastic casting and foundry. This volume will give members of law enforcement a sound basic understanding of machine tool technology, both the hardware and the people who are able to use these tools.

About the Author: Mr. Lyman is a graduate engineer with degrees in aerospace and electrical engineering, plus systems design, with over thirty-five years of design experience. Originally starting his career as an armament systems engineer, he has done design work on radar fuzes for nuclear weapons, computer development (circuits) and custom designed instruments. For the last twenty years he has been involved in new product development of police and security products, with extensive experience using microprocessor circuits. Presently, he is involved in designing training aids and e-learning systems for police bomb technicians, and writing technology monograms for law enforcement.

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