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Glock Reference Guide,Robb Manning
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Glen R
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Location: Macomb County , Michigan USA
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Favorite type of cartridge to load?: pistol
My favorite chambering is:: 9mm, 45ACP, .50AE, S&W500, .50 Beowulf, 5.56/.223,12 gauge
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Being a Glock fan and the book being reduced off list price, I couldn't pass it up. It was printed in 2015, has 22 chapters, covers  all generations, And all the models but the 43 they do give a link to his review of the 43 on line.
He covers the mil spec and police models along with everything thing that the title encompasses.
There are plenty of clear B&W pics. and a nice section on every parts clearly photoed and labeled. When you start to get a short attention span or get called away in the middle of a tear down/cleaning. Its nice that you don't have to try to figure out the small parts diagrams in the manuals!
He covers history and development of the Glock and company. It is an enjoyable read.:thumbs::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:
 It is a gun digest book, http://www.hamiltonbook.com/online_catalogs?utm_source=erhbc&utm_medium=print&utm_content=%2Fhck&utm_campaign=hck
Check out the hunting fishing, firearms and knives section and the military section if you are into that area.



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