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Glock Handbook by Erik Lawrence
Identifying metals in jewelry coins or antiques by cth
Olympic Weightlifting for Masters: Training at 30, 40, 50 & Beyond by Matt Foreman
From Fearful to Fear Free: A Positive Program to Free Your Dog from Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias by Marty Becker, Lisa Radosta, Mikkel Becker, Wailiani Sung
Ocean: The World’s Last Wilderness Revealed by Robert Dinwiddie, Philip Eales, Sue Scott

Glock Handbook by Erik Lawrence

English | 19 Feb. 2015 | ASIN: B00TT9U3E6 | 76 Pages | MOBI | 1.19 MB

The handy to carry and use handbook of pistol knowledge for all owners/users of the Glock system. Written by two Special Forces instructors this handbook includes decades of knowledge of this weapon system. The most up-to-date explanation of the proper corrections to common malfunctions and how to ensure they don’t happen in the future. Maintenance, inspection, and training tips.

Identifying metals in jewelry coins or antiques by cth

English | 5 Oct. 2009 | ASIN: B0032JSJZY | 136 pages | MOBI | 124.81 KB

Originally created to help identify precious metals in scrap electronics this technique can be easily used to identify the type of metal in anything,
From time to time you may come across an item you think contains gold, silver, platinum or other precious metal but you are not sure. Old jewelry, coins, antique pieces are often unmarked. How can you find out easily what metal the item contains without using expensive chemical or other test? Hardness. Every metal has a hardness rating. A hard metal will scratch a softer metal but a soft metal will not scratch a harder metal. Using this property of metals allows you to narrow down and identify your metal. It’s a Sherlock Holmes approach, eliminate the impossible and whatever is left must be the truth. Is that rolex watch steel or titanium
Using the charts and instructions here can help you can identify the following metals.
Gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, copper. aluminum, nickel, iron, lead, tin, zinc, tungsten, titanium, silicon, cobalt, iridium and mercury.
This technique only identifies the metal not the karat or amount of precious metal but it is still very useful from separating junk from potentially valuable items.

Olympic Weightlifting for Masters: Training at 30, 40, 50 & Beyond by Matt Foreman

English | 26 Nov. 2014 | ISBN: 0980011183 | 202 Pages | MOBI | 3.78 MB

25-year weightlifting veteran Matt Foreman takes on the topic of weightlifting for the masters crowd, from brand-new lifters who have discovered the sport later in life, to those who are simply trying to continue the sport past the age of 35. Sections include Addressing Prior Notions of Age in Weightlifting; Physical Assessment, Prior Training, and Injury History; Coaching and Lifting; Programming and Training; Pain Management and Injury Prevention; Resolution and Attitude. The book also includes actual training programs and advice from several successful masters weightlifters.

From Fearful to Fear Free: A Positive Program to Free Your Dog from Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias by Marty Becker, Lisa Radosta, Mikkel Becker, Wailiani Sung

English | April 17th, 2018 | ASIN: B07613CG3L, ISBN: 1621871541 | 228 Pages | EPUB | 39.58 MB

Almost every dog owner has a pet who suffers from fear, anxiety, and stress (FAS). They are the underlying cause of many concerning behaviors such as excessive barking, aggression, destructive behaviors, and house-soiling. They are also the source for deterioration of the human-animal bond, and can make a trip to the veterinarian, pet groomer, or boarding facility miserable for pet and owner alike.
Left untreated, these negative experiences can lead to devastating consequences and permanent damage. Unfortunately, many well-meaning owners misinterpret or overlook the often subtle signs of emotional injury and turmoil, or think that the pet will simply “outgrow” it. This leads to unnecessary trauma and suffering.
Common FAS triggers include:
• Trips to the veterinarian (even for routine services such as vaccinations and nail trims)
• Bath time, brushing, or cleaning ears.
• Loud noises; thunderstorms; fireworks; the vacuum cleaner; construction; gunshots; or even buzzers on appliances.
• Less-familiar people or animals encountered on walks or near the home.
• Being left alone during work hours or even for short errands.
• Travel, including car rides.

Ocean: The World’s Last Wilderness Revealed by Robert Dinwiddie, Philip Eales, Sue Scott

English | 2008 | Reprint Edition | ISBN: 0756636922 | PDF | 512 pages | 188 Mb
Oceans & Seas

An in-depth resource documenting the rich diversity of oceanic features and marine life draws on the latest research and developments in undersea exploration to describe the various habitat zones, the geological and physical processes that influence the oceanic environment, the role of the oceans in the planet’s weather, human impact studies, and more. Reprint.

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