• 1905 Treatise on Ammunition

    1905 Treatise on Ammunition
    Author: War Office
    Format: 304 pages plus plates, (many in colour)



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    Observations: by Badger

    The Wikipedia reference-linkTreatise on Ammunition details of all ammunition in use by the British Army at the end of 1905. This volume covers explosives, propellants, fuses and igniters, together with details of all QF and QFC ammunition for field guns. Other sections deal with small arms ammunition, and there is a section on the manufacture of the items covered in this important volume. The volume includes many colour plates and black and white drawings.


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    1. belongabill1916's Avatar
      great book , thanks for downloading this
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