The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby OakRidgeStars » Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:08:48

Check out this excellent collection of owners manuals for all sorts of weapons. :thumbsup:

http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm


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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby Hiwaytahell » Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:24:07

WOW... thanks for posting Jay.
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby VBshooter » Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:26:46

Great site Jay,,, Some really good references there,,,
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby moss20 » Sun, 25 Oct 2009 19:08:46

A very good resource--thanks Jay
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby shulatt » Mon, 26 Oct 2009 09:06:38

:thumbsup: Thanks for posting this link, a very handy resourse to have available :)
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby Paliden » Mon, 26 Oct 2009 09:19:36

OakRidgeStars wrote:Check out this excellent collection of owners manuals for all sorts of weapons. :thumbsup:

http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm

Good stuff!!! I down loaded a few.
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby OakRidgeStars » Tue, 17 Nov 2009 19:50:35

This site is as handy as a pocket on a shirt. And definitely bump-worthy :bump:


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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby CykoVisuals » Fri, 17 Sep 2010 03:53:35

Here is another good one I found...

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/FIREARMS/
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby speezack » Tue, 10 Jul 2012 22:56:42

I am trying to find a .pdf manual for a Winchester Model 72, bolt action .22. Also a manual for a Springfield M-1 Carbine... the old .30 caliber carbine model. I think they referred to it as a 'tankers' version. Neither of these is listed on the above mentioned site... although I have found a multitude of other manuals here. What a great site.
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby ProShooter » Tue, 10 Jul 2012 23:04:17

OakRidgeStars wrote:Check out this excellent collection of owners manuals for all sorts of weapons. :thumbsup:

http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm


Aw hell, tell everyone about it whydontcha!

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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby speezack » Wed, 11 Jul 2012 11:01:18

speezack wrote:I am trying to find a .pdf manual for a Winchester Model 72, bolt action .22. Also a manual for a Springfield M-1 Carbine... the old .30 caliber carbine model. I think they referred to it as a 'tankers' version. Neither of these is listed on the above mentioned site.


Neither of these guns is listed on either of these sites.... I am googling now to see what I can find... thanks for the input... those sites did have a lot of info that I downloaded for guns that I presently have... just having trouble finding the two mentioned.
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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby ShortMan » Sun, 20 Jan 2013 18:13:21

Good stuff. When I got my Glock the previous owner kept all the goodies to himself, case, manual, lock, everything.

Of course finding a Glock manual isnt hard, but this is still a good site.


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Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

Postby grumpyMSG » Sun, 20 Jan 2013 22:01:41

speezack wrote:I am trying to find a .pdf manual for a Winchester Model 72, bolt action .22. Also a manual for a Springfield M-1 Carbine... the old .30 caliber carbine model. I think they referred to it as a 'tankers' version. Neither of these is listed on the above mentioned site... although I have found a multitude of other manuals here. What a great site.

I found it in English and Italian, don't look for it under Springfield, look at the very first "M". The rifle technically was designed by Winchester (that's where I saw the Italian manual). The "tanker's version" was actually a shorter barreled version of the M1 Garand. It was never actually used by the military, but versions were marketed by several companies.
You just have to ask yourself, is he telling you the truth based on knowledge and experience or spreading internet myths?


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