ZIPS, PIPES, AND PENS:
ARSENAL OF IMPROVISED WEAPONS |
by J. David Truby.
Publisher: SYCAMORE ISLAND BOOKS
Publish Date: 1993
Description: Through rare photos of ingenious and deadly improvised weapons collected from prisons, police deptartments and Third World countries, J. David Truby categorizes a wide variety of improvised/modified firearms, describes their anatomy and technology, then documents their distribution and use. He also presents some remarkable sophisiticated examples created by guerrillas, secret agents, criminals, prisoners, freedom fighters and hobbyists around the world. The undeniable conclusion? If you take away the firearms of free people, they will make others. Both ancient and modern times are replete with frightening examples of this. For academic study only. photos, illus, 160pp
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