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I just got this book today and it is absolutely awesome. covers 1917a1, 1919, BAR, and M2
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HARD RAIN is hard to beat

Is this book as good as HARD RAIN, also written by Frank ? I would hate to buy it if it just covers the same stuff.
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After dropping 3 bills on Dolf's Vickers book, this is a steal. thanks for the heads up
 

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Is this book as good as HARD RAIN, also written by Frank ? I would hate to buy it if it just covers the same stuff.
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I haven't read a hard rain; this book is more of a armors book detailed disassemble ,repair and reassemble.
 

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HARD RAIN is hard to beat

I haven't read a hard rain; this book is more of a armors book detailed disassemble ,repair and reassemble.
Sir, you should check it out. HARD RAIN History of the Browning Machine Guns. it is 326 pages of all kind of info. on the belt fed 30 and 50 cal. Browning's. It covers about everything.
 

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The Hard Rain book is a good inexpensive history on the Brownings. Personally, Dolf's books are better and more comprehensive, but a lot more expensive. I am of course a little biased since I contributed to Dolf's research :rolleyes:
The OPs book is more the shop manual on the Browning Series - not really a story book, it is a "detailed dis assembly and re-assembly" of the gun book. Lots of good information . It is pretty much the original RIA shop manual. If you are going to take the gun apart, this is a great resource.
 
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