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Topic - "Mechanical Training: Notes for... Instructor
Posted: May 22 2021 at 9:51pm By David Albert
Hi Matt,

Thank you for your PM's, and for relying to my inquiry.

I find the support related items more interesting than the weapons, in most cases. Manuals have always been my keen area of interest. Paper items associated with weapons, including the Carbine, provide snapshots in time as to their development, status, accessories, modifications, use, and can provide insight into how misunderstandings or errors became perpetuated.

Thanks Again!

David Albert

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