Library-Gunpowder and Explosives



Be aware that Federal and State Law may prohibit the production of, use of or even simple possession of any of the formulations described in these books. They date from before the passage of most existing laws regarding explosives.

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FOLLOW ALL LAWS ON EXPLOSIVES

WHEN USING ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THESE BOOKS.

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Chemistry and Technology of Explosives-Volume I 1964PDF 4 mb
Chemistry and Technology of Explosives-Volume II 1965PDF 25 mb
Chemistry and Technology of Explosives-Volume III 1967PDF 37 mb
Chemistry and Technology of Explosives-Volume IV 1964PDF 25 mb
Confederate Powderworks 1882PDF 2 mb
Explosives-A Synoptic and Critical Treatment of the Subject 1912PDF 6 mb
Hand Book of Explosives for Farmers Planters Ranchers-How To Clear Land 1910PDF 7 mb
Intensive Farming and Use of Dynamite 1911PDF 11 mb
Manufacturing Gunpowder at the Ishapore Mills in Bengal 1862PDF 9 mb
Modern Guns and Smokeless Powder 1892PDF 2 mb
Nitro Explosives-Properties Manufacture And Analysis of Fulminates Smokeless Powders and Celluloid 1906PDF 32 mb
Nitrocellulose-The History Chemistry Manufacture Commercial Application and Analysis Of Nitrates Vol 1 1911PDF 36 mb
Nitrocellulose-The History Chemistry Manufacture Commercial Application and Analysis Of Nitrates Vol 2 1911PDF 41 mb
Smokeless Powder and its Influence on Gun Construction 1890PDF 2 mb
Smokeless Powder Nitro-Cellulose and Theory of the Cellulose Molecule 1901PDF 2 mb
Stabilization of Smokeless Powder 1946PDF 3 mb
The Analysis of Black Powder and Dynamite 1913PDF 4 mb
The Art of Attack- A Study of Weapons and Appliances of Offence 1906PDF 14 mb
TNT-Tri Mono and Di Nitrotoluenes their Manufacture and Properties 1918PDF 3 mb

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