THE BOY'S BOOK OF RIFLES by Charles Edward Chapel
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THE BOY'S BOOK OF RIFLES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From the early teens on up, owners and would-be owners of .22 rifles will find plenty of interest in this straightforward, untechnical account of the care and feeding of light firearms. Beginning with a brief history of guns and gunpowder, the book goes on to a description of gun parts and their functions, safety rules, ways of achieving good marksmanship, how to organize a junior rifle club, and other aspects of the subject that will hold the interest of most teen-agers.

Publisher: Coward, McCann