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    Don't forget the Infantry Training Pams. Mk.1, Mk.2 and L4. I've got them available until my supply is exhausted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Dickicon View Post
    Don't forget the Infantry Training Pams. Mk.1, Mk.2 and L4. I've got them available until my supply is exhausted.
    There's also one on eBay in Gaelic for the Irish Army!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiprat View Post
    There's also one on eBay in Gaelic for the Irish Army!!!
    Slightly annoying if you purchased it without realising, expecting it to be written in English.

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    Annoying for the Irish troops that didn't speak Gaelic either!!!!


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    I must confess to unwittingly purchasing a car related manual that was being offered at a bargain price, some years ago, at a show. It was only when I got it home that I realised why it was being sold cheap..........it was written in Frenchicon!

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    recently paid $250 for a book ive been trying to get for ages, was £40 when it came out !

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    Quote Originally Posted by philb View Post
    recently paid $250 for a book ive been trying to get for ages, was £40 when it came out
    Thing is though...they don't go down in price and a good hard cover book is always a good addition. I know Peter doesn't like the Bren Gun Saga, but the pics are excellent. Sometimes you even see pics of guys you know in there...like the Sten book...
    Regards, Jim

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    The book came in todays mail . I could not be happier it is in brand new unread and still in the plastic protective cover as it was shipped from the publisher. It will go very well with my Bren Gun semi auto as rebuilt by Wise Lite Arms . The information in it is very interesting as to the development stages .

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