Provides info related to characteristics, description & weight, carriage, stripping & cleaning, etc. Uses text & illus to teach troops how to sight on enemy tanks & conceal the weapons during warfare. Illus; 5x8 inches, 18 pgs.
'Vol. I, Pamphlet No. 5; 1937 (British). Printed in 1937 (Reprinted with Amendments (No. 1) in 1939). Written to train troops about the Boyes' Rifle, provides information related to characteristics, description & weight, carriage, stripping & cleaning, etc. Uses text and illustrations to teach troops how to sight on enemy tanks and conceal the weapons during warfare. NOTICE: READ THIS FIRST
This book contains specific information on the fabrication and/or conversion of fully automatic firearms and the building of sound suppressors (silencers). This material is offered for academic study and information purposes only.
As of May 19, 1986 Federal Law prohibits manufacture of a full-automatic weapons or conversion of a semi-automatic weapons by a private, non-license party--period. Illegal manufacture or conversion of an automatic weapon can be a Federal felony and might also be a violation of various State laws.
While Federal law say allow private parties to manufacture sound suppressors, some State laws may not. Before beginning construction of a suppressor, prior approval would have to be obtained by filling a B.A.T.F. Form 1 with Washington D.C. If you have any doubts about your position in this matter, contact a local B.A.T.F. office for further information.
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