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    Books, Paladin Press Finished Nov 29-2017 Big Sale

    Big price cuts on many Firearms, Knives, Instructional, Survival .. etc books from Paladin.
    Closing Nov 29-17.

    Paladin Press, Firearms, Self-Defense, Sniping, Survival, Books and DVDs

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    I think many who sell books are quitting because the new breed won't buy them. If it isn't a free download from the internet, they simply choose to remain ignorant I reckon. I'm in the same boat and won't be publishing books anymore except for the little booklet on the No.32 telescope which remains a good seller because the folks who actually want to use them need it!

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    I like to have my books for the ability to just open it and look through without the screen. I can't lose the hard drive from a bug or suffer from a power outage...can read by fireplace if need be...
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    I much prefer paper to electronic. Of course, I'm a dinosaur.
    If you do any longer range shooting, I heartily recommend The Wind Book for Rifle Shooters by Linda Miller and Keith Cunningham. Excellent sale price.

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    I like the books, some of mine with years of hand written notes in them. Added as new information comes in to play.

    Some years back I bought Tales Of The Stake Out Squad (SOS) A book about the career of Jim Cirillo's time spent on a special NYPD Unit.
    His favorite rifle.... The M1icon Carbine. In this story you'll find a link to it as #8 10 Things You Didnt Know About The M1 C | The Daily Caller

    I paid more for it, but it can now be bought through Paladin for $10.50 Jim Cirillo's Tales of the Stakeout Squad;by Paul Kirchner,lifelong competitive shooter; his distinguished career as a firearms trainer

    This guy and 'most' of his fellow members had balls of steel. He had no problem in the moment of being judge, jury or executioner.

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    Yep the yuppies and nerds can scoff at books but when the powers out I just need a candle & a chair like BAR whilst they run around crying because their computers dead in the water.

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    I have used Paladin many times to get the info I was looking for. It saddens me they will no longer be around. I'll have to get the Boss to let me order as many as I can before they close.

    As for reading books as opposed to the electronic screen, I'd rather read a book any day. Not only possible in low and no power conditions, to me it is also much more entertaining and relaxing.


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