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The Reluctant Partisan, Vol 1: The Guerrilla

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John Mosby has written the prepared citizen’s answer to The Ranger Handbook. In the words of one reader, “the… verbiage, and just general vibe is heads and tails above most the contemporaries in the same vein, and you will find it generally just way more legitimate than the usual gun show/survivalist/militia fare. It is not a fantasy book… dreaming about shooting the commie reptilians. It’s a sober how-to. Very good stuff.”

From discussions of the details of every subject covered, John moves into detailed, step-by-step training programs to including the program of instruction that he uses to teach his classes. As another reader points out, “It’s an insanely dense work. I’ve only scratched the surface so far, but damn. That this is just volume one…

384 pages.  8.5″x11″.

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* Contains graphic language*

John Mosby has written the prepared citizen’s answer to The Ranger Handbook. In the words of one reader, “the… verbiage, and just general vibe is heads and tails above most the contemporaries in the same vein, and you will find it generally just way more legitimate than the usual gun show/survivalist/militia fare. It is not a fantasy book… dreaming about shooting the commie reptilians. It’s a sober how-to. Very good stuff.”
This is not rehashed military field manuals, Internet forum keyword commando buzzword bullshit. Some of you will balk at the price–$60. I promise you, it’s worth it. The less solid a base you have in this stuff, the more worthwhile it is.”
From discussions of the details of every subject covered, John moves into detailed, step-by-step training programs, to including the POI he uses to teach his classes. As another reader points out, “It’s an insanely dense work. I’ve only scratched the surface so far, but damn. That this is just volume one…

Moving from physical conditioning programs and combatives training, into combat riflecraft, patrolling fundamentals, and step-by step instructions in all of the critical immediate action battle drills and individual tactical skills, this is the manual you’ve been waiting for. “You remember all that money you spent—some of you probably still spend—buying horseshit books from Paladin Press and at gun shows and Army/Navy stores? The information in which is often either outdated, dangerous, or just plain horseshit? If you have this book, The Ranger Handbook, and a good copy of the Boy Scout Manual, you will be ahead of the game in developing a base.”

S.A. Bailey, a combat veteran in Iraq, where he served in a Long-Range Surveillance Unit, self-professed “itinerant gun nut,” and the author of action adventure novels like The Lines We Cross, said this about The Reluctant Partisan, “As a young LRS soldier, I would have done…vile, shameful things for a copy of it. Every time I crack it open to a random page, I either learn something completely new to me, or am reminded of something I feel like a dickhead for forgetting…Really good stuff…I honestly believe that book is an instant classic in the genre, and I’m really looking forward to seeing where he goes with the series…I bet in a year’s time, these books will be required reading in certain training schools. This shit is solid!

N.M., a 101st Airborne Division infantry veteran who fought in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan, said, “Worth it. There’s a collective lifetime of information in here, even down to the throwaway sentences.”

Another commentator said, “Got to look through [a friend’s] copy earlier today, and it went from being “on the list” to being the list. I’ll put off several book purchases, to set aside the scratch for this.”

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