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Exhaustively researched but a difficult read. It's a history book, essentially, and written in a very factual tone. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Adam LaBonte
Awesome book, but a little long. That's the difference between five stars and four. The book I wanted would be all about the Kalashnikov - as stated on the back. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Craig
Great book that goes in depth on the AKs development history and future.Published 2 months ago by Cloud81918
This book is a great source of information, and gives a good, well rounded view on the history of rapid fire and how it changed modern warfare. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris Kilo
This is the finest book I have ever read on the history of automatic weapons and specifically the AK-47. Highly recommended. Robin O'BrienPublished 4 months ago by Robin Obrien
The gun does get around to covering the development of the AK47, but not in technical detail, and its almost as an afterthought of the writer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bubbapug
1st saw an AK late 66 at Ft Bragg. had asked to look at Stg 44, foreign wpns section/SF. M/Sgt Scoggins said "Take it apart" Looked at it and in 30 seconds figured out how. Read morePublished 5 months ago by team-6
When I first got this book as a gift, I thought oh great, another thesis by a Uber Progressive New York Times Writer on the evil of guns... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greenknight01