The Do-It-Yourself Submachine Gun: Itas Homemade, 9mm, Lightweight, Durableaand Itall Never Be on Any Import Ban Lists! Paperback – Sep 1 1985
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It is nicely bound, and has excellent working drawings and photos.
Although measurements are metric they are converted to "American" in tables.
If, like me you are just fascinated with firearms, or are seriously thinking of building one, I would recommend it.
From a mechanical engineering designer's line of sight, this book is the exact contrast to Bill Holmes' .50 Cal Disaster. No hand drawn doodles like Holmes (Metral has heard of CAD) and is entirely up to standard drafting techniques. As with any quality firearm, you need access to a lathe and preferably a mill. Top quality firearm design and nothing sketchy or lack of information. Measurement conversion is a non issue for people that heard of calculators. Simple step by step instructions and clear language. As for the mag. This gun was designed to be made in clandestine situations and Sten mags are very common and affordable. I would redesign it a bit for a more reliable mag such as an Uzi. In order to construct this, one MUST beware of the laws and its consequences. All in all, great read !!!
for everyone else I would say there is two other reasons to get this book (besides building) :
#1 It will expand what you think is possible for you to build .
#2 A trump card for the gun control subject .
Read it , Enjoy it , but don't put yourself behind bars because of it .
Most recent customer reviews
After buying and reading the book I realized that I need a lathe to make the gun. Lost my money! I think that the author should let the visitors know about that "little... Read morePublished on July 3 2004 by rafael gonzalez
This is simply a great book. Whether used for study, or for actual construction, this book surpasses all which I have read thus far. Read morePublished on April 15 2003
The book is rich in technical data and drawings, and the gun can be easily constructed by anyone who owns a machine shop. Read morePublished on July 23 2002 by Rafael de Bustamante
Dont bother buying this book it,s far too technical for anyone except a pro with a flash machine shop 100 parts (some tiny) heaps of springs and no magPublished on July 6 2001 by sam b
This book and other's like this is an example that certain people will NOT be dissarmed. taking guns away from lawfull owners only result's in underground manufacturing if its own... Read morePublished on May 16 2001
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