It's been some time since I've added any downloads to the Library Resources page, so I've got some really cool ones for you today. If you've never checked out the Library Resources page, give it a look for some great, free information.
Check out the three parts of the U.S. Army Special Forces Medical Handbook (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). It's over 400 pages of everything from basic medical information to field surgery to veterinary medicine. It's an important companion to your first aid kit and training.
For homesteaders or anyone who might want to take full advantage of what gets dropped on our roof for free (except those who live in Colorado, where such activities are illegal), we've got the Texas Rainwater Harvesting Manual with all kinds of great information about how to build a harvesting system, different ways to collect water, and treatment.
If you have an AR15 or an M4gery of some sort or another, you really need to download the Army/Air Force/Coast Guard M16 Technical Manual. It's much more detailed than an owner's manual. It's ideal for anyone who might buy a stripped lower to build their own from the ground up.
I've had a Glock for a few years, but never really got into working on it like I have in the past with my Sig, Ruger Vaquero, or 1911. Now that I've found the Glock Armorer's Manual, I can dig a little deeper on it. If you are one of the millions of Glock owners out there, the Armorer's Manual is indispensable.
Check out these new Library Resources and download them to a couple of thumbdrives and/or e-readers. Really, it's also probably a good idea to print hard copies (or at least pertinent highlights) in case the grid goes down.