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Posted: 10/7/2001 6:47:46 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/7/2001 6:42:41 PM EDT by Aviator]
Last year I got a domain [url]www.milpubs.com[/url]. What I have done is compled so far, 2 CDs with over 80 Army FMs of variuous titles on them. I need to update the site to show the second CD, but could you guys take a peek at the list I have and let me know What other type manuals I should add to future CDs? I was also going to download as many gun owners manuals as possible form company web sites and compile them onto one CD. Do you think that would work? Also curious as to if you think these CDs would sell very well at gunshows? Thanks for the input! Aviator [img]www.dredgeearthfirst.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:01:15 PM EDT
You get all those for $25? I don't see why you could'nt sell them, sounds like a pretty good deal to me. The gun owner's manuals probably would'nt sell as good as the TM's, but would sell to dealer's as then they would have a handy reference to any used guns they acquired w/o a manual. As for future additions you could add Pamphlet 350-4 Sapper Countermine Guide, can't think of anymore right now that you have'nt already got.
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:04:53 PM EDT
NOT trying to sell these here, but the second CD has the following manuals on it.. TM 9-1005-317-10 PISTOL, SEMIAUTOMATIC 9MM TM 9-1005-224-10 MACHINE GUN 7.62MM M-60 W/E TM 9-1005-249-10 RIFLE 5.56 MM M-16 TM 9-1340-214-10 66 MM LIGHT ANTITANK WEAPON (LAW) SYSTEM M72A1 TM 9-1425-484-10 DRAGON WEAPON GUIDED MISSLE SYSTEM M47 FM 23-11 90MM RECOILLESS RIFLE, M67 FM 23-14 M429 LIGHT MACHINE GUN IN THE AUTOMATIC RIFLE ROLE FM 23-18 NIGHT OBSERVATION DEVICE, MEDIUM RANGE (NODMR) FM 23-23 ANTIPERSONNEL MINE M18A1 AND M18 (CLAYMORE) FM 23-24 DRAGON MEDIUM ANTITANK/ASSAULT WEAPON SYS M47 FM 23-25 LIGHT ANTIARMOR WEAPONS FM 23-27 MK 19. 40-MM GRENADE MACHINE GUN MOD 3 FM 23-41 SUBMACHINE GUNS, CALIBER .45 M3 AND M3A1 FM 23-65 BROWNING MACHINEGUN. CALIBER .50 HB. M2 FM 23-30 GRENADES AND PYROTECHNIC SIGNALS FM 23-31 40MM GRENADE LAUNCHERS M203 FM 23-91 MORTAR GUNNERY TC 23-11 STARLIGHT SCOPE SMALL HAND-HELD OR INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS MOUNTED MODEL #6060 TC 23-13 CREW-SERVED WEAPON NIGHT VISION SIGHT TM 1-1520-238-10OPERATORS MANUAL FOR HELICOPTER, ATTACK AH-64A APACHE TM 1-1520-210-10 OPERATORS MANUAL FOR UH-1H/V HELICOPTER TM 1-1520-237-10 OPERATORS MANUAL FOR UH-60A HELICOPTER FM 3-3 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 5-7-30 BRIGADE ENGINEER & ENGINEER COMPANY COMBAT OPERATION (AIRBORNE AIR ASSAULT, LIGHT FM 5-105 TOPOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS FM 5-164 TACTICAL LAND CLEARING FM 6-71 FIRE SUPPORT FOR THE COMBINED ARMS COMMANDERS FM 7-7J MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (BRADLEY) FM 7-7 THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC) FM 7-8 THE INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD FM 7-20 THE INFANTRY BATTALION FM 7-30 THE INFANTRY BRIGADE FM 7-90 TACTICAL EMPLOYMENT OF MORTARS
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:05:27 PM EDT
FM 7-92 THE INFANTRY RECONNAISSANCE PLATOON AND SQUAD (AIRBORNE. AIR ASSAULT. LIGHT & HEAVY) FM 7-93 LONG-RANGE SURVEILLANCE UNIT OPERATIONS FM 9-13 AMMUNITION HANDBOOK FM 9-15 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL SERVICE & UNIT OPERATIONS FM 9-207 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF ORDNANCE MATERIAL IN COLD WEATHER (0 DEG TO-65 DEG F.) FM 17-12-8 LIGHT CAVALRY GUNNERY FM 17-18 LIGHT ARMOR OPERATIONS FM 17-95 CAVALRY OPERATIONS FM 17-98 SCOUT PLATOON FM 19-15 CIVIL DISTURBANCES FM 19-30 PHYSICAL SECURITY FM 21-18 FOOT MARCHES FM 21-26 MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION FM 21-75 COMBAT SKILLS OF THE SOLDIER FM 21-76 SURVIVAL FM 21-150 COMBATIVES FM 22-9 SOLDIER PERFORMANCE IN CONTINUOUS OPERAT1ONS FM 23-10 SNIPER TRAINING FM 25-4 HOW TO CONDUCT TRAINING EXERCISES FM 25-100 TRAINING THE FORCE FM 31-12 ARMY FORCES IN AMPHIBIOUS OPERAT1ONS (THE ARMY LANDING FORCE).FM 31-19 MILITARY FREE-FALL PARACHUTING, TACTICS, Techniques & PROCEDURES FM 31-20 DOCTRINE FOR SPECIAL FORCES OPERATIONS FM 31-20-5 SPECIAL RECON UP FOR SPECIAL FORCES FM 31-71 NORTHERN OPERATIONS FM 31-82 BASE DEVELOPMENT FM 33-1-1 PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS TECHNIQUES & PROCEDURES FM 33-1 PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE FM 34-10-3 TRAILBLAZER OPERATIONS FM 34-36 SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-60 COUTERINTELLIGENCE FM 44-85 PATRIOT BATTALION AND BATTERY OPERATIONS FM 57-38 PATHFINDER OPERATIONS FM 57-220 STATIC LINE PARACHUTING TECHNIQUES & TRAINING FM 71-1 DI VISION OPERATIONS FM 71-100-2 INFANTRY DIVISION OPERATIONS FM 71-100-3 AIR ASSAULT DIVISION OPERATIONS FM 71-123 TACTICS & TECHNIQUES FOR COMBINED ARMS HEAVY FORCES ARMORED BDES BN/TASK FORCE, COMPANY TEAM FM 90-2 BATTLEFIELD DECEPTION FM 90-3 DESERT OPERATIONS FM 90-5 JUNGLE OPERATIONS FM 90-7 COMBINED ARMS OBSTACLE INTEGRATION FM 90-8 COUNTERGUERRILLA OPERATIONS FM 90-10-1 AN INFANTRY GUIDE TO COMBAT IN BUILT-UP AREAS FM 90-11-1 MILITARY SKIING FM 90-13 RIVER CROSSING OPERATIONS FM 90-13-1 COMBINED ARMS BREACHING OPERATIONS FM 90-26 AIRBORNE OPERATIONS FM 100-63 INFANTRY-BASED OPPOSING FORCE ORGANIZATION GUIDE TC 25-8 TRAINING RANGES TC 90-6-1 MILITARY MOUNTAINEERING Aviator [img]www.dredgeearthfirst.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:05:37 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:10:35 PM EDT
on the CD's, are your FM's in .pdf format?
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:10:36 PM EDT
Well, my next project is to create "branch" specific CDs. All CDs would have common Army FMs and TMs on it, then say for example Armor specific, or Aviation Specific, or Infantry specific. I'd then try and get the Exchange to carry them in clothing sales or something. Aviator [img]www.dredgeearthfirst.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:11:58 PM EDT
Originally Posted By beanbagger: on the CD's, are your FM's in .pdf format?
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Yep. CDs have an auto run feature that will bring up the menu of titles. Click on the title and the manual opens in PDF format so you can print a hard copy if you want. Aviator [img]www.dredgeearthfirst.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:17:53 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:19:17 PM EDT
I had thought about a CD for ummm "older" manuals lol. Aviator [img]www.milpubs.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 7:23:48 PM EDT
Thanks, I'll check them out. I have a set of 5 CDs from the Army that has over 400 manuals on it already. Thats what I have been pulling from. Aviator [img]www.milpubs.com/aviator.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 8:12:51 PM EDT
btt
Link Posted: 10/7/2001 8:19:46 PM EDT
Can't remember the TM number off hand but SIG-Sauer owners may be interested to know that the US Army has TM's for the SIG P-228 (M-11) and the SIG-Sauer P226 ( Navy only?)
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