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Introductions (or one way to increase your post count).

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Re: Introductions (or one way to increase your post count).

Postby JBaum » Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:57 am

Sharing information is what we're here for. Read everything ask questions as needed. :)
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Re: Introductions (or one way to increase your post count).

Postby gagunguy » Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:51 pm

JBaum, thank you.

As a newbie to the MG42 world, what books would you recommend froom your link?
Don't want a depot rebuild book, but one for general maintenance, basic parts disassembly, etc, similar to current owners manuals.

Thanks,
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Re: Introductions (or one way to increase your post count).

Postby JBaum » Sun Jun 10, 2018 10:31 pm

The single best MG42 manual I have would be HDv 241. Each has some details not covered in the other manuals, but for an operator manual, HDv 241 is tops. It covers all the basics that the shooter needs to know.
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Re: Introductions (or one way to increase your post count).

Postby Abominog » Mon Jun 11, 2018 1:25 pm

I have two copies of HDv 241, one to read in bed, the other to get filthy while working on projects. I highly recommend that volume.
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