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The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:08:48
by OakRidgeStars
Check out this excellent collection of owners manuals for all sorts of weapons. :thumbsup:

http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:24:07
by Hiwaytahell
WOW... thanks for posting Jay.

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:26:46
by VBshooter
Great site Jay,,, Some really good references there,,,

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 19:08:46
by moss20
A very good resource--thanks Jay

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 09:06:38
by shulatt
:thumbsup: Thanks for posting this link, a very handy resourse to have available :)

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 09:19:36
by Paliden
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.

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 19:50:35
by OakRidgeStars
This site is as handy as a pocket on a shirt. And definitely bump-worthy :bump:

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Fri, 17 Sep 2010 03:53:35
by CykoVisuals
Here is another good one I found...

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/FIREARMS/

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 22:56:42
by speezack
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.

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 23:04:17
by ProShooter
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!

:)

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 11:01:18
by speezack
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.

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 18:13:21
by ShortMan
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.

Re: The Mother of all Firearms Manuals Site

PostPosted: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 22:01:41
by grumpyMSG
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.