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Review of John Baum's German Manuals

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby junglewalk » Sat Aug 24, 2013 7:40 pm

Thank God for John Baum, and what he has done for all of us guys who are interested in German WWII weapons & equipment.....WTH would we do without all of his translated manuals!.... :cheer:
.....He is a first class gentleman when you spend a few minutes talking with him face to face! (on the phone too)
.....Thanks John!
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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby motley13crue » Wed Jun 10, 2015 10:55 pm

I ordered 2 Mg42 manuals from John. Great pictures and descriptions on the weapon. I would recommend these to anyone wanting to learn about the operation of this gun.

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby Blanksguy » Thu Jun 11, 2015 12:45 pm

Great books for the guns that you own.

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby WhitePatriot77 » Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:13 pm

John rocks,he has done a huge service to collectors and builders.He took it upon himself to do a task and its been a dervice to many,I always reccommend his books as its coin well spent.Shipping is always prompt and hes just a plain old nice guy to know and speak to,always helpful.

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby CaptMax » Fri Oct 30, 2015 5:43 pm

Old post or not I had to comment. Nothing but the up most respect for John and his work.
I have several of his manuals and enjoy our conversations at the Knob Creek MG shoot.
He offers a great service for all of us collectors and shooters. :beer:
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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby Der Alder » Fri Oct 30, 2015 6:54 pm

Yes they are top notch and very high quality, right down to the paper. John is fast to ship as well. Anyone considering buying or building an MG42/53/3 whether it is a FA or semi needs to get these to understand the workings of the gun. We are very lucky to have such a well knowledged astute member.

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby FESTUNG » Sun Aug 14, 2016 12:09 pm

I bought all translations of J & Baun on MG34 42.
Fortunately they exist because the German documents are difficult to translate with the characters Fracktur.

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby nieuport » Wed Aug 17, 2016 3:55 pm

Newb question: how/where does one purchase these manuals? Sorry for dumb question but appreciative for your response !

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Re: Review of John Baum's German Manuals

Postby nieuport » Wed Aug 17, 2016 5:49 pm

Ha Ha !! Found my own answer; just wish I had done so before my "newb" post. Oh well, at least I'm racking up a post count :)

Here's the answer in case it helps someone else:

John Baum's German Manuals:

John@German<remove this>Manuals.com

http://www.GermanManuals.com


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