A .pdf (Adobe Acrobat) showing how to build your own ammo.
If old Grandpa left you his old 12 gauge, or you want to shoot that old pistol
you came across while cleaning the attic, (and don't have any ammo!) what do you do?
What do you do if you can't buy ammo, or even primers and reloading presses from a
store and require ammunition to defend your self, home, or family? And what do you
do if you are fighting the natives in some far-flung corner of the British Empire
(or nearer to home!) and ammo isn't readily available. You will need to start from
'Expedient Homemade Ammo' provides all the information you need to make simple
and effective improvised ammunition. At the end of the day, you don't need 'Presses
and Primers' to construct you own ammo with just a few simple tools.
For academic study only.
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