Magpul Precision Rifle Data Book 2.0 and Quick Reference Cards

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posted on October 30, 2014
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The Magpul Black Book Series is collection of knowledge created to aid and enhance your experiences in the field.

There will be an assortment of different modules covering a variety of military and practical field subjects. From shooting and tactics to survival, communications and physical training, there will be a module for everyone.

The majority of the publications will be printed on a PVC material that will give the books true all-weather writing capability when using map pens and pencils, and will be conveniently sized to fit in standard uniform pockets and wrist boards.

Precision Rifle Quick Reference Cards: All-weather, armboard-sized cards for faster access to all of your necessary data for that critical shot in the field. MSRP: $19.95.

Precision Rifle Data Book 2.0:  Develop range cards in the field and track all of your rifle's data across a wide band of density altitude with this all-weather notebook. MSRP: $49.95.

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