Monday, December 28, 2015

Muzzleloader Bore Cleaner Complete List

The muzzleloader products below either have water as part of the mix or need water added to remove the salts from the potassium nitrate in black powder or its lookalike which may have a salt, ascetic or base residue. This is why water in some quantity must be incorporated in muzzleloader bore cleaners.

One shot Muzzleloader Lube and protectant past (By Hornady)
One shot Muzzleloader One shot Muzzleloader Lube and protectant spray
Black Powder Bore Cleaning Solvent (By Track of the Wolf)
Ballistol (Buy the can that can use a trigger spray and add water)
  Ballistol was said to have been developed by the Germans in WWI  and still is in production       
Birchwood Casy No. 77 Muzzle Magic Cleaner
JB Bore Bright
CVA Bore Blaster Cleaner Black Powder Solvent
Thompson Center T17 Black powder cleaning product
Thompson Center Bore Butter
Thompson Center No 13 Bore Cleanser
Thompson Center Gorilla Grease (for breach plug installation)
Traditions EZ Clean
Mountain Extreme Black Powder 209 Cleaning Solvenbt
Hoppes #9 Plus Black Powder Bore Cleaning Solvent and Patch Lubricant
Hoppes Elite Black powder solvent
Butches Bore Shine Black Powder Bore Cleaning Solvent
Shenandoah Valley Bore Cleaning Solvent and Patch Lubricant
Knight Rifle Knight Solvent Concentrate
Wipeout WBP 140 Wipeout Bore Cleaner Black Powder Solvent
Slip 2000 Black Powder Bore Cleaner
Bore Tec Black Powder Solvent
Gun- Works Biodegradable Gun Cleaner Black Powder and smokeless
Shooters Choice Aqua Clean Bore Cleaner
Rusty Duck Black Powder Solvent
Napiers Black Bore Solvent Shotgun

Black powder gun cleaning luckily requires no special cleaners listed above plain water has been the standard for hundreds of years warm soapy water if possible cold will do the barrel is warmed over a heat source like a stove blow dryer or camp fire to drive out the moisture reassemble the gun and lightly oil for storage.  

If they pass laws against guns then you will either make your gun parts, bullets and supplies at home, salvage or do without. There is a gun and ammo supply system in a book AmericanHandbook on Guns Ammo and Freedom”. This is a Book on home gun construction and repair, powder, primers; and a brief history of how the USA has moved toward socialism and their written plans to overthrow our freedom and some solutions to save the Constitution.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015


Well over 35 years ago I heard this story told by David Arroyo of El Paso Texas. He said it occurred in one of Bethlehem Indiana or perhaps Bethlehem Pennsylvanian yearly Christmas play.

 The story was told long ago of a poor mentally challenged young man who also had a bad stutter he always loved a part in his small town Christmas play. But one year he wanted and insisted on a speaking part! He normally would be a Shepard or wise man but to give him a speaking part would be impossible. Finally it was decided to make him an inn keeper. His line was very short but would satisfy the young man. “Be gone there is no room in the inn.” Shifts were set up to help the young man practice his line until he could say it perfectly. The night of the performance the woman on the little donkey decided to portray herself in labor. When the young man opened the door and saw Mary in such travel there was a great silence in the background the prompts of friends could be herd “Be gone ” …  “Be gone there is no room in the in…” Finally in a clear voice the Young man spoke his part “Be gone there is no room in the inn! But come back later and you can have my room”. As we remember the birth of the King of Kings let us close our year with tender feelings and a willingness to give what is in our power to give that money cannot buy a willing heart.

Richard W. Norman

Monday, December 21, 2015

Gun Control The Latest Old News

To try to convince society- - they we must be brainwashed to think we need to be protected by gun control. This is nothing more than what was done in Russia in the Bolshevik Revolution and Germany during the Nazi revolution. For those who are historically ignorant in Russia after disarmament it leads to the extermination of 66,000,000 Russians and in Germany it is estimated 11,238,000 to 15, 000,000 that number included the 6,000,000 Jews. An all-powerful government with guns historically speaking is more dangerous to society  than an armed public with guns. John Adams Said “The only maxim of free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty.” The people of Russia and Germany trusted their leaders with such a trust which they used against them. Many of those who supported gun control would eventually face an open pit grave with no way to defend themselves and would be shot. The sad thing is that we might suppose that many of the supporters of gun control last thought were that they wished they had a gun.

Richard W. Norman

If they pass laws against guns then you will either make your gun parts, bullets and supplies at home, salvage or do without. There is a gun and ammo supply system in a book AmericanHandbook on Guns Ammo and Freedom”. This is a Book on home gun construction and repair, powder, primers; and a brief history of how the USA has moved toward socialism and their written plans to overthrow our freedom and some solutions to save the Constitution.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Gun Oil, Grease and Solvent Complete List

The purpose of this post is to clarify emergency gun lubricating if you did not have, or could not get gun care products. At the end of the list you will see emergency procedures for when you have nothing to work with.  
Good gun oils and cleaners should be bought and back-stocked and are as important as a supply of ammo. If national disarmament occurs, you will not be able to buy any of these products. As for quality, they are all good. Break-Free Gun Oil and gun care products in my opinion are a little better, as it is currently tested and used by the military. Other than that, the list is all high quality. Look for the lowest price and the highest quantity when you buy.


Hoppe’s Gun Oil, and Hoppe’s #9 Bench Rest gun oil with weather guard
Winchester Gun oil
Pacific Gun Oil
Break-Free Gun Oil , and Rust Preventive Wipes
Lucas Extreme Duty Gun Oil
Gun Oil (product name)
Firepower FP10 ™ Muscle (military and law enforcement)
Gun Butter
Slip 2000 EWL Gun Oil Liquid
Remington Rem Gun Oil, Rem Oil Wipes, and Rem Oil with moisture guard
Wilson Combat Ultra-Lube II Gun Oil
M-Pro7 Gun Oil
Tetra Gun Lubricant Gun Oil
Mountain X-Treme Bore conditioner accuracy Gun oil
Mil-Com MC2500 Gun Oil Liquid, & Mil –Comm TW25B Gun Grease Firearm Weapons wipes
Tetra Gun Oil Lubricant
Pro Shot Zero Friction Premium Synthetic Gun Oil
KG KG4 gun oil
Bore Tec Teflon gun oil
Butch’s Gun Oils
Slip 2000 Gun Oil
Montana X- Treme Gun Oil
Kano Micro Precision instrument and Gun oil
RIG #2 Gun Oil and Lubricant & Protectant
Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil
Lyman Turbo Sonic Ultrasonic Gun Lubricant
Shooters Choice FP10Gun Lubricant Elite
Kano Dryphite Gun Lube (Note some people think of Graphite as an abrasive)
RIG +P Stainless Steel Gun Cleaner
Frog Lube Clam shell pack Kit, and  Frog Lube Gun Spray
Spartamax 4oz Lady Bio Gun Oil
Lubeguard 15102 Gun Oil
Synthetic EEZOX Premium gun care from 450 degrees to 95 below Fahrenheit


Mil-Comm TW25B Gun Grease Tube
Pro Shot Pro Gold Gun Grease
Tetra Gun Grease Tube
Shooters choice all weather Gun Grease Tube
Wilson Combat Ultra -Lube Gun Grease Liquid
Steel Shield Weapon Shield Gun Grease
RIG Universal Gun Grease
Gun Butter Trigger and locking Lug Gun Grease
Lubraplate SFL-O Gun Grease

GUN SOLVENTS – Powder solvents Liquid and Aerosol

Hornady One Shot gun cleaner
Hoppe’s #9 , and another product  Hoppe’s Elite Gun Cleaners
Ballistol Multi- Purpose aerosol cleaner Lubricant Protectant
M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner
Gun Scrubber by Birchwood
B Breakthrough Advanced Firearm Cleaner Military grade solvent
Sweets 7.62 Solvent
Otis 085 Ultra Bore cleaner (Otis sells to the military)
Outers Nitro Solvent
Mil-Comm three step gun care kit, and MC25 Cleaner
Pro- Shot copper solvent
Rem Action Cleaner Spray
Gun Slick Foaming bore cleaner
Pro Shot 1 Step Solvent/ Lube  
Mil Com MC25
Tetra Gun Copper Solvent
SEM 77743 XXX Cleaning Solvent
Ultimate Arms Gear Pro Armorer’s jet spray
SLIP2000 Carbon Killer
Gun Werks Non Toxic Biodegradible
G96 Nitro solvent aerosol
Butch’s Bore Cleaner
Traditions Performance Firearms Muzzleloader solvent
Hornady Lock N load Gun Parts Solution (for sonic cleaners)
Brownells TCE Degreaser  

First and foremost, we still have the ability to buy good gun oils and gun solvents. This should be first choice. The information below should be considered only if there are no other products available in an emergency.  
Understanding moving parts on a gun is critical to understanding oil. A moving part like a bolt in an auto-loader-semiautomatic firearm is of dissimilar metal or hardness than the receiver. A good example is the pistons in your car motor. The piston itself is of a soft metal and the motor has a steel sleeve or the block is made of cast iron. If the block was of the same metal of the same hardness as the moving piston they would bind, even if lubricated.
How Parts Fit- Guns can be broken down into two groups when it comes to parts fit. (1) Military rifles and pistols, (2) sporting rifles and pistols: The military guns are sloppy in their fit and need to be because when men are mucking around in the mud the moving parts are given some play so the gun will function in the dirtiest conditions. So in no way should this be construed that the gun was poorly made they are tested by being exposed to mud and dirt. Then the gun is expected to fire.  The second type sporting rifles and pistols have a tighter fit and are known for more accurate shooting but do not do well when exposed to lots of dirt and mud.
Lubricants – First you need to understand the metal is not smooth, the imperfections in metal at the microscopic level are dramatic and there are grooves and fissures, canyons, and gullies unseen by the eye. The goal of a gun lubricant is to fill these imperfections on both surfaces and allow them to slide against each other dramatically reducing wear. Lubricants can have additives like Teflon such as in the product called Break-Free used by the military. Break-Free Teflon emulsion helps fill the microscopic grooves and make any firearm work better. This is called lubra-plate. The Teflon plates the two surfaces that rub each other. This is said not to be true of silicone spray of some other brands and some brands say do not use them on a gun as it gums them up.
For an emergency 3 in 1 oil is a fair lubricant for guns as well as automatic transmission oils and hydraulic oils which are all light ten weight oils. Some sewing machine oil thickens over time and in the absence of gun solvents might need to be cleaned up with a toothbrush and a couple of tablespoons of solvent of some kind like kerosene, lacquer thinner, enamel reducer, etc. and in the absence of any solvent in a war for example a couple of tablespoons of gasoline. All requiring use in a well ventilated area away from sparks and flames. Though good for other applications in a workshop WD40 should never be used on a gun especially shotguns. The gun will need to be taken apart and cleaned with a good gun solvent if available and then reassembled and lubricated with good gun oil. Brake parts cleaner is generally a good solvent except for the ones containing chlorine. The chlorine eats on the metal in the gun and so you should read the label before you buy certain brake parts cleaner.
Do not use heavier lubricants - - a Gear oil that is 90 weight or less is too thick. Motor oil like the variable weight motor oils start with a small number like  5-20, 10-20, 15-20, 10-30. or 20- 40 etc. as there a host of others that start out as a light weight oil but thicken to the second number which may make the gun not functional when the gun heats up. 
Richard W. Norman 

If they pass laws against guns then you will either make your gun parts, bullets and supplies at home, salvage or do without. There is a gun and ammo supply system in a book AmericanHandbook on Guns Ammo and Freedom”. This is a Book on home gun construction and repair, powder, primers; and a brief history of how the USA has moved toward socialism and their written plans to overthrow our freedom and some solutions to save the Constitution.

Monday, October 12, 2015

Overthrowing America

There is a tried and true system to overthrow this nation and it has been repeated in examples from the past. This makes us Americans vulnerable because we do not know what is coming. A little  6 minute education is a powerful thing. I have another videos which may or may not popup after this video but some  popup after this video may or may not support freedom I am for the USA, capitalism, and the constitution!

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Choosing a Church

It is a waste of time to let people belittle you. Expand you circle of friends to include the church of your choice and spend time with people who will help you rise a little higher, and see a little farther.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


Successful people never worry about what everyone else is thinking. They focus on their goal and move eagerly, aggressively forward with enthusiasm in spite of opinions given by others to discourage them. They see their failures as stepping stones and learn from them. They adapt readily, and are visionaries in recognizing opportunities years before the public need appears.
Richard W. Norman  

Monday, September 14, 2015


Some people want the old America back! Perhaps the loss of the old America happened not because the world changed but because people changed the way they looked at the world. They sacrificed standards, morals, religion, law, ethics, and gave up what some call scruples. They gave up principles for prophet, lasciviousness becoming the norm in ageing people. We can have America back with what some would call a good old Christian revival and a wholesome heart felt repentance and a turn back to Christian ethics in religion and law. We might not be able to change everyone but we can change our selves and that is the best place to start.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Being a Fanatic

People who are called fanatics today are the old vanguard holding to the old standards and morals that made America great; the Avant guard were those who pushed the boundaries to destroy the position of the vanguard and having achieved that they proclaim that they are the new vanguard. They have used the press and Hollywood to such an extent that they now proclaim a majority status. We now stand in a peculiar foreground and for the first time since the conception of the USA we now are proclaimed as the Avant guard as we attempt to push back the increasing darkness of our day.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Mount Denali

People do not realize what a socialist shift is and how it works. Whether it was Russia during the Bolshevik revolution or pre WWII Germany there is an attack on the fabric that holds a nations together its ideals names of places, flags, statues and anything tying it to old ideals philosophies, beliefs. For the southerners it was the stars and bars honored because of the sacrifice of their dead who fought for the south and now followed by the removal of statue after statue.
The Native Indians of Alaska still honor mount McKinley as Denali and rightly so. But I cannot think that they are really so offended as they teach their children that it is Mount Denali. Two names for the same mountain seems like splitting hairs  but the effect on the US will trickle down as other attacks will follow as our leaders will make our founding fathers look out of date out of step with the modern world, paint them as aristocrats out of touch with the contemporary man. They will then remove their statues desecrate their monuments and eventually try to change our nations flag. If all this had not happened before in Russia and Germany I would have nothing to say about what a mountain was called nor would I care.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Change America to What it Was

True patriots today are generally those who have served in the armed forces and those with a deep and abiding love of the constitution who have not lost sight of what freedom is, and the vast expenditure of life to keep us free. The loss of solders lives to keep and make this country is estimated at over 1,000,000.- - Americans in general have lost sight of the fact that it is very easy to change our free government into a tyrannical despotic government arbitrary to the public mind and inflecting bondage by dictator and military governance. The sad note is the point that when we have turned that corner as Americans freedom cannot be restored if it can be restored at all without an infusion of blood. The miserable circumstance is the fact that it will most likely be paid by our children pouring their last full measure of devotion into that cup because their parents and grandparents let it slip through their fingers simply by neglect. If what is happening now in 2015 happened in 1776 our leaders would be thrown out on their ear.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

An Armed America

“In countries under arbitrary government, the people oppressed and dispirited neither possessed arms nor know how to use them. Tyrants never feel secure until they have disarmed the people. They can rely on nothing but standing armies of mercenary troops for support of their power. But the people of this country have arms in their hands ; they are not destitute of military knowledge; every citizen is required by law to be a soldier; we are marshaled into companies, regiments and brigades for the defense of our country. This is a circumstance of the people and enable them to defend their rights and privileges against every invader”

First known printing Jan 7, 1788 in the  Courant a Hartford, Connecticut news paper

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Gun Bluing Cold with a Little Heat

Cold bluing is what most of us use to do touch ups on a Gun. For example a drop of perspiration on a receiver not cleaned off when the gun was cleaned will leave a rusty spot when the gun is taken out to use again. Or a gun in long term storage in a wet climate that was not regularly oiled will sometimes be covered in rust.  Rust is a cancer and if not removed will continue to eat at the gun. First attack the rusty spot with a brass shell casing and solvent or oil. Oil is ok for a general rust removal if you do not plan to do touch ups with a bluing product. But whichever you use the metal should be cleaned with acetate of lacquer thinner if you plan to blue the spot or part. Gun metals are of many types and the bluing you plan to match may be different as well. Some gun blues can be a beautiful plum shade or can go to a near black color. Even using the same bluing product you can end up with different results. A polished metal will give you a shiny glossy gleaming look and a sand blasted metal will show a flat finish. Screws, gun barrels, and receivers may all blue differently as they are all different types of carbon steel. In the factory each part would most likely have a different bluing process so when the gun was assembled it would look uniform. So do not expect uniform results out of a bottle.
Matching the finish by elbow grease only if the spot is large will you attempt to polish, sand blast, or use sand paper to endeavor to match the surrounding metal. It is better to use a touchup blue on a peculiar small mess than to try a file, scrape, or to sand the small spot and create a world of problems and make the situation worse than it was. Your best solution is to after cleaning just to touch up the spot with a Q Tip swab and your bluing solution if the spot is relatively small.
 For larger spots matching the surroundings may be your only choice. Remember if you polish the metal so it is too smooth the bluing will not be durable. Some gun metals show abrasive marks from a scratching before bluing stay in line with these marks. Your abrasive material will wear down and become finer and smother so when you find a an abrasive that matches the pattern use a new piece on the spot on the gun to match the original surface when the last finish is complete. You may be able to match a sand blasted spot that has worn smooth by using a yellow end clear plastic hammer and taping the sand paper with the clear yellow plastic end and then moving the sand paper to a new spot and striking again. Do not use too course of a sand paper, experiment on a piece of scrap metal to create a surface match before you try on the spot on the gun.
After using a cleaning solvent on the prepared metal where you want to use the bluing it can help to add a little heat to the steel with a heat gun or blow drier before or during the process.
1) For small spots a Q Tip swab with the bluing product of choice. If doing too big of a spot the Q Tip can leave streaks.
2) For larger spots a clean cleaning patch will work as an applicator (wear rubber gloves)
3) Sometimes a small piece of “OOO” steel wool will work as an applicator (wear rubber gloves) this will allow for small unseen scratches to help in metal preparation and bluing
4) Repeat the process until color is as close as can be had using what product you have. You will not always get a perfect match but it will be many times better than it was.
5)  Wash off the spots you blued with water so the acid is removed as the bluing chemical can eat on the steel after you put the gun away. Use your blow dryer or heat gun or a little heat from the kitchen stove to drive out the moisture.
6) Apply a coat of oil before putting the gun in storage. 
Richard W. Norman to see my book click my name

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Origin of Bullets and the Amount Carried

The Bullet has always ben defined as Ball Ammo the first lead projectiles were invented by the Greeks and later adapted by the Romans and were referred to as Ballo for this part of the definition I will take an extract from my book. “In the last few years, I had seen my first ballo (ball, bullet, as well as ballista, all have French roots as words) in Webster’s Dictionary of the English language, International Edition.  The original name bal’lo had its origins in Greek it means to sling aside or to put apart, to throw or thrust with intensity.  Bala- Spanish, balla- High German, Ballare- Late Latin.  Terms we are familiar with are ball, bullet, and ballistic.  (Howard Fox historian and friend) A bal’lo- was a chunk of lead that was shaped like a football and used by the Romans; but first invented and used by the Greeks, slingers who could throw them at a really fast rate of fire.  In talking to Howard, who likes history as much as I, he said the Romans could and did repel cavalry charges with them.
Lead has a high specific weight of gravity and so from the earliest time has been the projectile of choice as it has such a high impact rating.
 Round bullets and square bullets - - some of the earliest gun barrels are said to have been of two types round and square. These were simply made by hammer welding flat iron around a round or square bar stock. The square bullet obviously did more damage and so it was said that round bullets were to be used on Christians and square bullets were to be used on infidels. Some of these early guns were huge and fired on match lock or a burning string dipped in the powder pan.
Steel bullets were used when lead was not available and in short supply.
Some of the first shoulder carried guns as large as shall artillery pieces that needed to be rested on a pole stand it was obvious that the caliber needed to decline. To make guns more manageable they became smaller from 25 caliber to 40,45,48,62 in smooth bore or eventually rifled gun barrels and the muzzle velocity was from 1200 to 1600 feet per second.
Battle Compliment or as some call it Unit of Fire was the amount of bullets a person would carry. As we move forward you will notice how this would increase.
Militia Act of May 8, 1798 every able-bodied male citizen between 18 to 45 years old is to create a local militia and are to arm themselves with a musket, bayonet and belt, two spare flints, a cartridge belt with 24 bullets, and a knapsack. Men owning a rifle; are required to provide a powder horn one-fourth pound of powder and 20 rifle bullets a shooting pouch and a knapsack. Why so little powder and bullets? A smooth bore musket carried by the unskilled can take up to 2 minutes to load and fire. This can take up to 48 minutes to use that amount of ammo in a face to face line shooting at each other. British troops could fire up to 3 shoots per minute. One US commander during the revolutionary war simplified the loading method and so trained Continental troops could amass faster fire than the British making the rag tag US men more formidable on the battle field than the English.  
In the civil war men might carry 40 to 60 bullets and up to 100 total with some in their back packs this was the time when a transition would be made between the round ball and the Minnie ball. The Minnie ball was heaver and smaller around and would allow for the easy loading in the gun and on discharge the skirt would expand in the rifled gun barrel. The round ball was the smallest projectile that could be made and so the south used them more than the north.
 In WWI and WWII the standard cartridge belt had 10 pouches worn as a belt around the waist. In WWI two stripper clips fit in each pouch so this allowed them to carry 100 rounds of ammo + 5 more in the gun. In WWII the MI Garand had stripper clips with 8 bullets per clip, which lessoned the ammo to 80 rounds + 8 rounds in the gun . In the Civil War and WWII solders were known to drop backpacks and gear to be more mobile in going into battle. This allowed for greater agility and also to carry more ammo. Many figured they could resupply among the dead who carried their stuff forward.
 The Germans carried two stripper clip pouches with 3 cells each which carried 60 rounds of ammo total + 5 rounds in the gun. Photos and WWII movies showed that even the Germans did not run around with everything that was supposed to be on their belts. Wherever possible even they would lessen the load. It goes without saying that the Germans carried extra ammo when the felt the need in pockets and a lunch device called a bred bag.
WWII Japan carried two pouches with two cells each or 40 rounds with a piggy back pouch that was said to carry 60 louse rounds. I think the louse rounds were wrapped in paper pouches otherwise when you opened the flap with one hand behind your back depending on your position bullets would go everywhere.
 Cloth bandoleers - - had a number of pouches and this was a good method to carry more ammo and yet were disposable when empty. Even these bandoleers were used by quite a number of different countries the US included. How many bandoleers one carried would depend on strength and agility of the individual and what he felt comfortable with.  Given the size of the bullets and the extra weight involved two extra bandoleers during WWII would seem to be about the limit for the average man. Different US units were said to be required to carry 2 or 3 depending on the mission and whatever else could be left behind.

In Iraq US troops working with the M16 (Looks like the civilian AR 15 rifle) were said to carry 6 to 12 extra mags (6 = 168 + one on the gun =196 bullets and 12 = 336 + one on the gun = 364) with body armor and the rest of their gear. The mags were said to function best with 28 bullets instead of 30. In a war a US civilian in good condition without all the extra gear could carry quite a bit more. By putting extra ammo water food etc. on carry vehicles some dropped the number to 6 clips.  
 Richard W. Norman To see about my book click my name  

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Founding Fathers AR Improvements over Colt and Bushmaster

If building an AR and investing in a lower receiver then Founding Fathers is the way to go. They have cut out some arias of the lower as shown by the dotted lines “A” which is not needed for strength or function of the lower and moved the metal to needed week points all over the lower so as not to increase weight but increase overall strength. This sleight of hand of engineering has changed what people might think of as a normal or standard lower and created something special perhaps making it one of the strongest lower receivers for the AR for our time. One of the week spots on normal lowers is the spot marked “C”. If you break off one of these wings in assembly you must buy a new lower. Founding Fathers made this part solid as seen by dotted lines “B”. If investing in a lower perhaps it would make a lot of sense to have the best platform as a base for your AR build. No I do not work for Founding Fathers!  

Thursday, July 30, 2015

American Handbook on Guns Ammo & Freedom Content pages

Contents Pages from my Book Quick Reference
 By Richard W. Norman
This Is the front contents section  from my book so you can know what is in it.

Contents Quick Reference

The socialist onslaught against freedoms:                           i
To the Reader on How to Use This Book                           ii

Dedication                                                                           1
***War Time Scavenging Quick Reference Shopping List***                                         1
War Model, Getting a War Started:                                     2

*** SECTION 1: We shall not fear                                      3
A Military Chaplin’s Utterance                                            4
PM Marxist definitions of importance                                  9
Communist goals to over throw the USA from within         16
Fourteen Sign Posts to Slavery                                             18
Three Steps to Socialism                                                       23
We Are Not Alone in the Disarmament Plan                        25
Compromising Freedom State Department Document 7277                                             26
UN United Nations: Plans to Disarm and Take Over the World                                       28
High Treason a New Continental Congress                          29
Creating Hitler’s Germany:                                                   30
Russian attempt to overthrow England                                  34
German infiltration into England                                           35
The last 3 Russian Tsar’s                                                       36
The Plan to Destroy America and Other Governments         38
Fabians                                                                                  39
Illuminati puffs of smoke, shadows, and specters                 39
Masons                                                                                  39
Pointing a finger at the real players of world government    40
The Players in the plot to overthrow the USA                       40
The big lie in Power Consolidation                                       41
The Plan to Spread Communism, Moving Forward              42
Espionage                                                                               43
Nazi Movement in America                                                   43
Pre-WWII Japan’s infiltration                                                45
Japanese espionage program                                                  47
***Indoctrination and Programming of Children***            48
The flip flop                                                                           49
3rd Internationals                                                                   49
Communist Union Bosses                                                      50
The Hatch Act of 1939                                                           51
Let’s Help every Socialist Takeover                                      51
The Cold War, Joseph McCarthy Era 1950’s to the 1960’s                                                  52
Movies, Morals, History                                                         53
Death of our nation: using a rubber chicken                           55
Side steps                                                                                56
Smears in the press                                                                  56
Bill Ayers                                                                                57
People involved                                                                       57
29th Internationals 2010:                                                         58
Putting all the pieces together                                                  58
“Philip Dru: Administrator”                                                     61
The main goal of the Council of Foreign Relations                 62
Recent past presidents                                                              64
In firm defense of President Reagan--                                     65
COG and CONCON 1                                                             66
Checks and balances                                                                66
FEMA                                                                                       67
Homeland Security                                                                   67
Destroying the military                                                            67
Capsulizing current problems                                                  67
National unrest                                                                         68

*** SECTION 2: A Move to Take Our Country:                    68
The Greatest Crime is Genocide                                              70
News Control for Socialization of the USA                             71
Press Propaganda News Controlled                                          73
Pack the Leadership Positions:                                                 74
Press Smoke screen:                                                                  74
Control the Economy through Business, with Laws to Control you                                    74
Controlling the Money, Federal Reserve Bank:                        76
How banking worked in America before we were FED-up       78
Global Warming and business decline                                        80
Republic:                                                                                      84
Making Unjust Laws:                                                                  84
Lawful Plunder                                                                            85
Lawful use of eminent domain                                                    85
Examples of Lawful Plunder:                                                      85
Morality and absolutes                                                                 88
Morality and the Boy Scouts of America                                     89
The People Disposal List                                                              90
NSI--National Security Institute actually National Spy Institute                                        91
Religion or Morality, destruction of                                             91
No Absolutes                                                                                 92
Ancient evaluations, the well spring of liberty:                             93
Opposition to changing their absolutes                                          94
*Articles of Morality and Faith of the Nation*                              95
Food, money and supplies                                                              98
Pervert the Law of the Republic to Destroy the Middle Class                                             98

***SECTION  3: Don’t be a Hot Head*                                        99
The Fall of Nations Recently                                                          100
Socialist Washington’s Response--                                                 103
The Magna Carta                                                                             105
*** Articles of National Defense- American Handbook-***                                                          107
Authors of the Bill of Rights the 10 Amendments Statements on Arms and Freedom         118
**Supporting External US Interests**                                            119
Review of what the communists have said                                      122
***Articles of Law a Restoration ***                                              123
In God We Trust -The Reason We have Been Preserved as a Nation                                129
George Washington’s Vision of the future of America                    133
*Understanding who we are on the bases of eternal laws*               136
World War III:                                                                                   138

***SECTION 4: Resistance in a Socialist Takeover; What they will use! *                         139
Kill you with your car                                                                . 140
How to Disable Some Tracking Chips                                         144
Felon Contrived                                                                          144
Invasion Road Building                                                              145
Keepers                                                                                      147
Population conditioning                                                              148
Destroying Business not just by banking the Downward Spiral                                         149
The Removal of City and State’s Rights                                     150
The Removal of Our Rights as a Nation                                      152
The removal of the police forces                                                  153
Genetically Engineered Food                                                      153
The Use of Food as a Weapon coupled with over pricing food                                             153
Dealing with the starving                                                            154
Dehydration Caused by Dysentery                                             154
Public Protest                                                                              155
Torture                                                                                                   155
The list; neighborhood snitches                                                   157
Child Propaganda and conditioning                                            159
Criminal Police Force                                                                  159
Felon! Felon Escaped in Your Home:                                         159
Wards of the State                                                                      160
ALL FATHERS’ PRAYERS                                                      161
The Next Gun Ban Submitted                                                     162
An Army of Two: You and God                                                  164
There are three types of resistance that can be issued                 164

*** SECTION 5: Cold Dead Hand                                             166
Fight smart:                                                                                  166
Window of Resistance                                                                  167
Filling the Vacuum                                                                      168
Sanctity of Life and Justification for engagement in battle          169
***Legal Grounds for Organizing the Militia***                         169
Militia and Para-military Organizations Currently in Existence                                      169
*German Occupation of France during WWII would be the Likely Future Outcome Planned American Model:*                                                                   171
French Underground Mistakes Cause a Tremendous Loss of Life                                180
If it should Ever Come:                                                                 181
Anti-Personnel Mine: Brief History                                               181
The Goal is to Attack the Smallest Unit of Society the Home.    183
Usable booby traps to protect a stash or for home defenses          183
Stash weapons                                                                                          184
Homemade Claymore Mines                                                        184
Two Other Simple Mine Switches                                                185
**Armor Materials (Bullet Stoppers) For Resistance Indigenous Materials**                   190
Geneva Convention                                                                      191

*** SECTION 6: Anti-Disarmament*                                          192
Techniques of the use of Primitive Weaponry against a Bullet Proof Vest                        192
A Knife on a stick                                                                          192
Knifes Homemade From a File Will Hold a Better Cutting Edge                                     192
***Bringing a Knife to a gun fight***                                          193
***Using the Bowie Knife*** T                                                    194
Two men fighting with knives                                                        196
Bayonet lug                                                                                    198
Bayonet lunge                                                                                198
Bows and Arrows                                                                          198

      *** SECTION 7: Leadership Organization PVC Pipe Weapons***                            200
Destruction of good militarily leaders                                            200
Racism: A Weapon For or Against Us                                           200
Quick Response Weapons Salvaging Pipe for a Potato Gun         201
Potato Gun Projectiles                                                                                202
Potato Gun Napalm Gas Weapon                                                    203
Gun Hide a Gun                                                                             204
Hide a Gun in PVC Pipe Burial Tube: See Gun Hide a Gun first--204
Hide a Gun Outside                                                                        204

        *** SECTION 8: Salvaging Old Guns and Repairs***         205
Gun Repair                                                                                      205
Guns, Having Good Ones                                                               205
Salvaging an old Gun                                                                     206
Hoppe’s Nitro Solvent No. 9 Homemade Bore Cleaner:                 207
Substitute Gun Oil and Possible Cleaning Solvents                        207
Hot and cold gun oiling                                                                  208
Salvaging Guns:                                                                             209
Welding:                                                                                        209
Shrinkage of Metal for Casting Parts:                                             209
Files from junk boxes, pawn shops, swap meets, and garage sales $1                                  210
Files to Work Metal in Gun Construction or Repair:                       210
Example of Hand File Work                                                           212
Making Simple Gun Parts, Hardening Steel, and Shaping Metal: 212
Pearlite and Martensite How Steel Hardens:                                   212
Hardening soft low carbon steel                                                      212
Expanded Explanation of Metal Hardening                                    213
Spark Test Drawings and Explanations Finding Better Metal       213
Stopping Air Scaling on High Carbon Steel:                                   214
Air Scaling on Soft Steel                                                                215
Stress releasing the metal after hardening                                       215
KASENIT or a product called Cherry Red                                     216
Parts Fit Low carbon steel                                                              216
Tough Part:                                                                                    216
Burnt Metal:                                                                                   216
Large and Small Parts Hardening                                                   216
Charcoal:                                                                                        217
High Carbon Sources:                                                                    217
High heat colors on steel and a magnet:                                         217
Oil Quenching and low heat colors on steel:                                  217
Hardening and Softening Temperatures                                         218
Hardening a Part                                                                            218
Using your lead casting pot in the metal stress relief process       219
Flat and round firing pin source:                                                    219
Firing Pin destruction and why                                                      219
A Final Review on Firing Pins                                                        220
Laser and Work Hardening High Carbon Steel                               220
Heating small High carbon steel Parts:                                            220
Spring salvage for gun construction and repair                               220
Coiling a spring                                                                               221
Flat Springs from Rail Road (RXR) Banding Straps                       221
Weed Burner Metal Hardening                                                        221
***STEN SMG Making Mainspring & Clip Spring***                    221

*** Section 9: Desperate Soldier’s Supply System***                     222
De-milled; disabled Fire arms:                                                          223
Militia Munitions Brass:                                                                    224
One shot one kill                                                                              224
Work Hardening Brass and Aluminum:                                            224
*Sighting in a gun Fixed sights to Sighting in a Scope etc. *                       225
Taps: to Thread Holes For Scopes and Gun Repair                           228
*AK47 Receiver Making Jig*                                                          228
Gun Application in a fire fight                                                         230

*** SECTION 10: Machine Guns, Handmade***                           230
STEN Suppressor 9MM cross Section Type 1                                   231
Military Silencer Bullet                                                                      231
Low Signature Canister, Homemade Silencer                                    233
Helpful Silencer Notes:                                                                      234
Quick Terms to Know in Gun Construction; use Pistol Cartridges Only!                             234
Gun Barrel Making                                                                            235
Drill Press 9MM SMG Gun Barrel (8 inch long)                                 236
Making Button Rifling the Twist Grooves in a Gun Barrel:               237
Chambering the STEN:                                                                       240
STEN Construction Manual                                                              240
A Machine Gun War Time Resistance Factory                                   241
Correlation of parts                                                                             241
STEN Receiver Blueprints MARK II, MARK III, and MARK V     242
Receiver template                                                                               243
Making a STEN receiver template                                                       244
Stock Making, Magazine Bracket and Harvesting Flat Metals            245
Locking Parts, Pistol Grip and Stock                                                  246
Recoil Locking Cap                                                                            246
Instructions on making a STEN or anything else                                 249
Different methods to work metal                                                        249
STEN Bolt Construction                                                                     250
Making the shell case pocket and firing pin dimple                             251
Making the STEN Ejector Claw Slot:                                                             251
Thinning the Center of the Bar                                                            252
Cocking Handle Hole Location:                                                          253
Flattening the Side of the Bolt:                                                           253
THE CLIP SIDE                                                                                255
THE STEN FUNCTION OF PARTS                                                 255
German MP40 trigger Assembly Adapted to a STEN                         256
STEN Shop Project I Handmade STEN Bolt                                                 257
Hacksaw blade made for a jigsaw                                                       259
Figure “X” STEN Construction flaws                                                 262
Figure X Continued: The Get You Killed SMG Plans                         264
STEN Clip Magazine Housing Salvage                                               265
Salvage a STEN parts kit                                                                    266
Using the STEN                                                                                  268
STEN: For Information Only:                                                                        270
Some Regulations: B.A.T.F: Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms:                               271
A Real STEN Would Be First Choice                                                 272
The Amero SMG                                                                                272
Theoretical Gun Construction and Substitute Parts                            272
Bungee Cord Recoil Device                                                               273

***SECTION 11: Metal Brake a Personal Clip Factory***               274
STEN Receiver Tube from Scratch                                                    280
STEN Receiver Tube or Vent Pipe Ventilation                                   280
Massive Fire Machine Gun Construction: The Vulcan                         284
High School and College R.O.T.C. De-milled Rifles:                          285
Slugging a Gun Barrel:                                                                        285
Crowning a gun Barrel                                                                         286
Re-Crown a Barrel:                                                                              286

***SECTION 12: Different Guns and Clip information: Clip Spring Failure, Moon Clips: 287
Your 9MM pistol and a 30 round clip makes a formidable street gun: also buy extra clips for your UZIE; MAC 10; TEC9 etc                                                           287
SKS vs. AK or MAC 90 Clips:                                                            287
AR15 Clips, Speed Loaders etc:                                                          288
Drop a Clip:                                                                                         288
Moon clips or half moon clips or full moon clips for revolvers             288

***SECTION 13: A Few Collectables Could Provide Millions of Usable Guns*                288
Rifle 7.7 JAP. Long Gun to 30/06:                                                       288
7.7Jap Cartridge Conversion From 30/06 Brass                                    289
6.5 Jap Cartridge Conversion From .270 Win.                                      289
1903 Springfield:        289
Russian and Chinese import guns:                                                         289
Loading Equipment for the7.62X54 and 7.62X39 Import Guns: A Must:                            289
Other Guns of Note                                                                              290
The 303 Brit rifle has some of the same characteristics and problems as the Ishapore          290
The 308 Ishapore                                                                                  290
Pop up bolt handle and other problems                                                 290
The KRAG rifle                                                                                    291
The M1 Carbine                                                                                    291
The M1 Garand                                                                                     291
The standardization of primers for shell casings                                    292
National Ammo Standard                                                                     292
Ammo Water Test                                                                                 293
Steel Cases Water Test                                                                         294
Water and Oil Resistant Shell Cases                                                    294
Round Balls on Pistol Cases for Revolvers                                           294
Rifle Shell Case Adaptors Chamber Inserts                                          294
How Much Ammo to Carry                                                                  294

*** SECTION14: ***Army Research Pipe Guns and Hand Reloading Information ***    295
9mm Pipe Pistol                                                                                    296
12 Gauge Shotgun, Pipe Gun                                                               298
Shot Shell Dispersion Control                                                              300
7.62 Carbine Pipe Gun                                                                          301
Substitute Kid Caps for Primers                                                            303
***Shell Casings Reloaded Without Loading Equipment***               304
This is not as hard as it may look and the real solution is to use the empty shell casing in the gun it was fired in. The shell will re-feed and chamber a number of times with no problems even the non-reloadable steel cases will work.                                                               304
Match Head Powder:                                                                            304
Primer Loading the Non Re-loadable Shell Casing                               304
.45 Caliber Pipe Pistol and Match Gun                                                 308
Rifle Cartridge Hand gun and Match Gun                                            310
Drawings 38 Caliber Pipe Pistol above and .22 Caliber Pipe Pistol       314
22Cal. Pipe Pistol From Car Parts                                                         314
Gun Test Tube for Stopping Test Ammo At Home                              316
Match Gun Notes:                                                                                316
Note # 1                                                                                                316
In using matches                                                                                   316
Kid cap application                                                                               317
Note #2: Match Head Primers For Shell Cases                                     317
Note #3: All Of The Above Weapons                                                               317

*** SECTION 15: Arms Primers and Powder Matching and Making***    317
Powder Making Gearing up Production                                                317
Nitric Acid Smokeless Powder or Metal Hardening                             317
“Gun Cotton                                                                                         319
Nitric Acid Gun cotton rifle smokeless powder:                                    319
Ether or Diethyl Ether: CH3 CH2-O- CH2 CH3                                   320
Ether Salvage of:                                                                                   320
Distilling alcohol and other modifying agents on powder:                     320
Cotton Salvage:                                                                                     320
Free information on Propellants, Explosives and possible primer compounds                       320
**TEN Non soluble or insoluble Nitrocellulose Smokeless Propellants Pistol-Shotgun        321
Powder Burning Speed                                                                          322
Saw Dust Propellant                                                                              323
Stretching Powder Resources Grains                                                     323
Propellants Buying for Your Own Loading                                           324
Powder Desperation Loads                                                                   324
It is far better to have a gun that was factory made                               325
Primers and Primer Compounds for Information Only                          326
Berdan Primed                                                                                      326
Boxer Primed, Reloading:                                                                    326
Anvil:                                                                                                   326
Coconut Shell Primer                                                                            326
PRIMERS                                                                                             327
Berdan brass shell case adapter for normal primers                                328
Alternatives to Primers                                                                          328
Possible Primer Material                                                                        328
Silver fuel primer:                                                                                  328
Making match head compound                                                              328
Phosphorus Sources                                                                                330
Simple Deadly Solution For Primers                                                       330
Kid Caps as a Primer Substitute                                                              331
Short Primer Material formulas                                                                331
Primer Material, the World’s Worst                                                         332
Mercuric Primer Death or Injury                                                              332

*** SECTION 16: Black Powder Propellants, and Explosives Homemade***        332
Military Grenade Launcher 37MM                                                           332
Flower bomb                                                                                            333
Ammonpulver Explosive Propellant                                                         333
Potassium Nitrate Extraction and Available Sources                                334
Powder, Black, Red and White for Information Only                               337
Four Simple Fuses                                                                                     340
Red or white powder propellant a note on red rust                                   340
Black powder size                                                                                     342
Black Powder Charges for guns:                                                               342
***Black Powder Charges for Rim Fire Cartridges from U.S. Ammunitions Sales Brochure 1912***                                                                                                 343
***Black Powder Charges for Center Fire Pistol and Rifle Cartridges,   343
***Black Powder Charges for Center Fire Military and Sporting Cartridges           343
COCOA Powder:                                                                                     344
Black Powder Is A Sure Propellant:                                                          344
Washing shell casings When Using Black Powder                                     344
Smooth bore method of loading:                                                               344
Black Powder, guns Flint Lock: second method of loading                      345
Black Powder Six Shooters                                                                       345
Black powder single shot rifles:                                                                 345
Paper Patch Black Power Muzzleloader Guns and Shell Casings               346
Arab Sloped Barrel Muzzle Loading and Other Smooth Bore Guns          346
Helpful hints on loading most any muzzle loaders                                     346
Snapping caps                                                                                           346
Half Cock                                                                                                 346
Black Powder Compression Explosion:                                                     346
Ramrod pressure                                                                                       347
Patch Thickness                                                                                        347
Patch lubricant muzzleloader rifles and single shot pistols                         347
To water proof any muzzle loader:                                                            347
Powder, Black Gun cleaning, if used in newer guns                                  347
Cleaning and tools                                                                                     348
Theoretical Powders: testing is essential                                                     348
Making a propellant:                                                                                  349
Bomb or propellant?                                                                                  349  
Making Better Black Powder                                                                    349
Helpful powder information                                                                      349
Powder Black Powder Cartridge Milk Carton Wad Maker Cutters:          350
Powder Dippers:                                                                                          350
Powder Dram Equivalent for shot shell loads, Black Powder:                   350
Powder and primers Oil Contamination:                                                     351
Powder Loading Data Free                                                                         351
Buying a Powder Scales                                                                              351
Powders and Measurements Grains to Grams: Some Common Bullet Weights        352
Grains to Grams Adapting a Grams Scale for a Powder Scale                   352
A Powder Scale that is Simple to Make                                                      355
Rating Bullet Ballistic Characteristics:                                                        356
PRI= Power Rating Index                                                                           356
Hydraulics being shot and bullet damage:                                                   357
Flash Suppression with Gun Powder                                                           358
Powder Taggants                                                                                         358
Powder Thrower:                                                                                         358
Powder Trickler:                                                                                          358
Powder dippers                                                                                            359
Powder Thermite Grenade, use of                                                               359
Iron Oxide Production                                                                                 360
Thermite grenade Iron Oxide mixed with aluminum powder                     360
Anti Tank Ammo Propellant and Using Captured Equipment:                   362
Fireworks Powder in Ammo Production                                                     362

*** SECTION 17: Making bullets: ***                                                      362
Bullet mold                                                                                                  362
Berdan primed shell casings                                                                        362
Case trimming                                                                                              363
Chronograph                                                                                                363
Chucking                                                                                                      363
Drill chuck                                                                                                   363
Dial Caliper                                                                                                  363
Kid glue                                                                                                       363
Micrometer                                                                                                   363
Round nose bullet                                                                                        363
Pointed bullet                                                                                               363
Paper patching                                                                                             363
Sabot                                                                                                            363
Swaging                                                                                                       363
Semi wad cutter                                                                                           363
Slugging a gun barrel                                                                                   363
Universal receiver                                                                                        364
Wad Cutter Bullet                                                                                       364
Shell Case Conversion                                                                                 364
Helping to Fill the Gap Left by Gunsmithing and Smiths                          364
Making Shell Cases for Almost Any Gun                                                   364
Sulfur Casting a Gun Chamber to Find shell Case Size.                             365
Fire Forming Shell Casings                                                                          365
***Simple Shell Case Alternatives***                                                        366
Annealing Shell Cases                                                                                 366
Heating Brass Neck in a Direct Flame                                                         367
Shrinking a Case Neck                                                                                 367
Brass polishing and cleaning                                                                        367
Brass polishing products                                                                              368
Cleaning Dark Tarnished Brass:                                                                  368
Processing and Loading Resistance Ammo                                                 368
Military Brass                                                                                               369
A Shell Case Trimming Alternative for 223 - 5.56                                      370

*** SECTION 18: Choosing a Rifle: Semi Auto vs. Bolt Action              374
A Rifle that is cocked by Functioning a Bolt                                              374
Semi Auto Firearms:                                                                                    374
Full Auto:                                                                                                     374
Full Auto Imitation:                                                                                     375
Picking a Hand Gun Alloy in Guns and Polymers and Function:               375
By products from gun production:                                                              376
***Trade two fingers for my life: primer misfire in a semi auto or revolver  377
Anti-Disarmament Techniques and Procedures of Bullet Making              378
22 LR Reloading the Shell Casing:                                                             378
AR 223 or 5.56 NATO Problems                                                                380
308 Civilian ammo problem                                                                         381
Shell Case Problems 7.62X39 and other import ammo causing gun jams   381
Bonded Bullets                                                                                            382
If You Have A 223 Rifle You Need To Know About Swaging                383
Double Tapping: Controlled Seconds and Other Stuff                               384
Creating lead wire that is used for swaged bullets                                      385
Theoretical lead wire press—                                                                       385
War production                                                                                            386
Wax Lube Set Gas Checks                                                                          386
Shot Gun Slugs                                                                                            386
45 Long Colt ammo in a 410 shot gun:                                                       387
Experimental Lathe Wire Slugs and Bullets:                                               387

*** SECTION 19: Paper Patching and Sabots for Metallic Cartridges      389
Steel Bullets Warning For What Follows:                                                   390
Leaded Steel bullet                                                                                      392
Steel Core Bullets                                                                                        392
Friction Stir Welding or Kid Glue to Protect the Chamber on Feeding      393
Sabot                                                                                                            393
Sabot and Barrel heat                                                                                  394
Unusable plastic                                                                                           394
Compressed Air (You can’t Breath it)                                                         394
Homemade Sabot Making:                                                                          394
Plastic Injection non-Metallic Slug                                                              395
Example II Experimental Electric Hand Drill Sabot Bullets                       396
Example III Experimental Hand Drill Wood Sabot Bullets                        396

*** SECTION 20: Bullet Molds Things to Know                                      397
Sprue                                                                                                            397
Sprue cutter                                                                                                  398
Bullet Mold Salvage                                                                                    398
Mold Making                                                                                               403
Wartime Bullet and Mold Making                                                               404
Drill Bit Mold Making with Mold Handles                                                 404
For Mold Handles                                                                                        404
For The Mold Handle Channel Slots                                                           404
For Mold Locking Lugs                                                                               405
For The Mold Cavity                                                                                   405
For THE SPRUE CUTTER                                                                         405
For THE SPRUE CUTTER STOP PIN                                                      405
To SECURE THE MOLD HANDLES                                                      406
Emergency Casting, Not standard Procedure                                             406
Casting With a Pouring Ladle and a Heat Source                                       406
***War Brake Rotor Mold***                                                                    406
Wartime Mold and Bullet Making Continued a Mold with Grease Grooves            407
Machine Tools for Making a Bullet Mold                                                   407
It Might be Possible to Make a Better Mold                                               409

*** SECTION 21: Reloading With Good Equipment                                412
Using Loading Equipment and Use of Supplies                                         412
Reloading Equipment a Buyer’s Guide and Users Guide                           415
Reloading: Presses and Equipment                                                              415
Resizing Die Full Length                                                                             416
Spare parts for your loading press                                                               416
Resizing Lube                                                                                              416
Resizing Lube Alternatives                                                                          417
LEE Load Master                                                                                        417
LEE Three Hole Press and LEE Classic                                                      417
Cast Iron Loading Press:                                                                             418

***SECTION 22 Webbing-Holsters,Gun Straps,Packs, etc.                      419
Webbing Brass Catcher for a Revolver                                                       419
Webbing Canteen Holder and Much More                                                 420

*** SECTION 23: War Time Bullet Casting***                                        420
Automatic Bullet Casting Machine; Magma Engineering Co                     420
Gas Warnings                                                                                               421
Arsenic Gas                                                                                                  421
Glue Gas                                                                                                      421
Teflon Gas                                                                                                   421
Poison Galvanized Pipe Gas from Zink Coating                                         421
Ways to Use Galvanized Pipe                                                                     421
Plastic and Rubber Gas                                                                                422
Lead Fumes                                                                                                 422
Trouble and Bullet Casting                                                                          422
Lead Smeared Barrel                                                                                   422
Hobby Equipment Put To Better Use                                                          423
Bullet Casting, Going Way beyond Your Wildest Dreams                         423
Product Replacement                                                                                   423
Heat Treating Hard Lead Shot and Bullets (The Recipe)                           425
Quenching to Harden Bullets while casting?                                              425
How to Harden and use Bullets Made from Lead Wheel Weights             425
Hardening Lead by Adding Alloy                                                              425
Linotype For Information Only For the Fool Hardy                                   426
Hardening Using Antimony                                                                        426
Pewter in lead turns it into slush! Fragmentation Projectile for Shot Guns   427
Nonstop Bullet Casting Taking the Bugs Out of Casting                           428
Reasons for a Barrel that Leads                                                                   428
Bullet Casting General Process:                                                                   429
Kitty litter does several things                                                                     430
Boric Acid as an Air Barrier                                                                        431
Battery Parts and Kitty Litter                                                                      431
Nonstop Single Bullet Mold Casting                                                           432
Nonstop Multiple Mold Bullet Casting                                                       434
General Process of Continuous Bullet Casting                                            434
Word of Advice on using homemade bullets:                                             436
Working with Gloves:                                                                                  436
Bare Knuckle Burn Your Fingers “Ouch” Casting                                      437
Choosing Molds: Steel vs. Aluminum                                                         438
Bullet Casting Molds and Bullet Casting                                                    438
Speed of casting with six molds:                                                                 438
Mold Casting Pass                                                                                       439
Warming, Molds, Ingots, and the Drop                                                       440
The Drop                                                                                                      440
Holding a Mold and Hitting Stick                                                               441
Lead Glob Screw Driver Punch                                                                   441
Sprue Cutter Hole Chip                                                                               441
SAECO Lead Smelter                                                                                 442
The Casting Table                                                                                        442
Never lift lead use a two wheeled cart                                                        443
***Scavenging lead for Shooting***                                                          444
Casting Supplies & Tools List                                                                     445
Oiling Aluminum Mold Wax or Graphite                                                    446
Photos of Where to Apply the Wax                                                            448
Aluminum Molds & the Propane Torch: If you Goof                                 449
Steel Molds and Bullet Casting                                                                   450
Counting bullets with a Scale                                                                      450

*** SECTION 24: Militia Bullet Casting Mega Ingot Warming                451
To Supply an Army                                                                                      452
Melting Pot:                                                                                                 454
Making a Down-Spout Pot                                                                          455
Smelting and Cleaning Lead                                                                       455
Most Efficient Way to Melt Wheel Weights                                               456
Heat Setting For Melting Wheel Weights                                                   456
MAGMA Products Are the Safest Way; Electrical Wiring                        457
Plumbing Pot for Those Who Need More and Repair Solutions                 458
Repair of plumbers’ pot                                                                               458
A bit of plumbing history, so you can use the scrap lead.                           458

*** SECTION 25: SMELTING Problems and Solutions                           458
Fuel Consumption:                                                                                       459
*The Rocket Stove for Cooking and Heating Lead:                                   459
Modern lead scavenging                                                                              459
The Obama slug Theoretical R&DN:                                                           460
Clinton rubber bullet theoretical anti-personnel R&DN                              460
Bush shot Theoretical R&D needed:                                                           460
Dirt, Dross, Drippers and Lead                                                                   461
The Smelter Homemade                                                                              462
Using a Turkey Roster: War Time Cooking Ammo                                     462
Smelting Safety                                                                                           464
Procedures to quick train workers in casting and making Ammo               467
Extra heat sources and unplugging a pot                                                     472
Review                                                                                                         473
Mold Handles good advice                                                                         476
Bullet Lube make your own for sizing cast bullets:                                     477
War Lead Bullet Lube                                                                                 478
Alternatives for Shotguns, Hulls, Etc.                                                         479
Shotgun and Barrel Length                                                                         481
Shot Shell Loader                                                                                        481
Shot Shell Wads (Fiber)                                                                               481
Powder                                                                                                         482
Variables in neighborhood defense                                                             482
Possible Alternatives to Lead for a Shotgun                                               483
Short Range Defensive Loads for Shotguns;                                              483

*** SECTION 26: Shot, Slicker Than Snot                                                486
Lead Shot Making                                                                                       486
Every shot shell could supply enough powder and lead to make three rifle bullets.  486
The main question to a shooting hobbyist:                                                  486
Lead Supply                                                                                                 487
Credits on shot making                                                                                487
Shot machine                                                                                               487
In choosing a machine                                                                                 488
Coolant tanks                                                                                               488
Smelting the wheel weights                                                                         488
How to Clean the Drippers                                                                          489
There are several coolants that can be used                                                 490
Coolant System                                                                                            491
Removing the coolant                                                                                  492
Drying System Making a Shot Drying Screen                                             492
Shot Drying the Simple Way                                                                       495
Bad Shot Causes and Remedies                                                                  495
Illusion of a plugged dripper:                                                                      496
Cleaning Drippers on Your Shot Machine                                                   496
Drippers Continual Function  and Cold Weather Shot Making                  496
Never Stack Ingots in the Ladle                                                                  497
Sandpaper the soapstone                                                                             498
The distance of the lip from the coolant                                                      499
Melting Stand Was Built So It Could Be Leveled                                      500
Lead Shot Problems                                                                                     501
A Few Notes on Shot Drying                                                                      502
TYPICAL SHOT SPACING                                                                      503
Shot Shell Pellets Per ounce                                                                        504
Optimize: Self-defense Optimal Shot Pattern                                             504
Self Defense with Buckshot                                                                        505
Distance is the enemy of a shotgun                                                             505
World War I, buckshot loads                                                                       505
Notes on shortening a shotgun past its legal length                                     505

 * SECTION 27: Life Saving Information                                                  508

***SECTION 28: War Nuclear: Basic Shelter& Homemade Radiation Meter*       513
If you have a basement                                                                                514
Iron Dome and Star Wars                                                                            515
Homemade Fallout Meter Instructions from Junk around the House         515

  *** SECTION 29: Evacuation Quick Reference:                                     539
Fuel Alternatives for Transportation and Evacuation Gasoline and Other Gases and Coal for Heat in Production and Napalm                                                                                                         540
Fuel Things That Could be Nice to Know                                                   540
Blowtorches                                                                                                 540
Refinery tanker trucks                                                                                 541
Wood alcohol                                                                                               541
***Gasoline Olefin***                                                                                541
Jet fuels: JP-4, JP-8, and100                                                                        541
***Kerosene as a Jet Fuel***                                                                      542
***Diesel #1***                                                                                          542
***JP4Jet fuel in a diesel truck:                                                                  542
***Diesel additives:                                                                                    542
Used Motor Oil for Heating                                                                        543
Drip in Place of Gasoline: David Munk Calls it Condensation                   543
Wood Pit Fire Temperatures:                                                                       544
Wood Gas Generator to make Electricity                                                    544
Brake Drum Forge Coal or Wood:                                                              545
Coal:                                                                                                             545
Coke from coal                                                                                            545
Gas for motor vehicles from coal                                                                 545
Rocket stove for cookig                                                                             545
Candle Wax Sources of Fuel for Cooking and Some Heating                    545
Alcohol Emergency Heat and Cooking Source                                           545
Methane Gas                                                                                                546
Animal dung pit slurry                                                                                 546
Napalm Weapons, Homemade                                                                    546
Truck Drivers, Shipping, and Fuel:                                                              547
Convoy Emergency Fuel Trucks                                                                  547
Saving Fuel, Winding a Semi Truck:                                                           547
Declaration to the World                                                                             548

Closing Remarks and Parting Thoughts                                                      549