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Vigilant Security Services – Weapons Operational Manuals


In the same vein as his handbooks done under Blackheart International, Erik Lawrence has drafted a number of weapons manuals detailing the operational use of some of the most popular foreign and domestic weapons systems currently in use today. You’ll see some excellent content from Mike Pannone as well. In particular, the carbine manual was written completely by Mike.

Many of them can be purchased on Amazon here.

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4 Responses to “Vigilant Security Services – Weapons Operational Manuals”

  1. mark says:

    I’d like to see a “battlefield pickups” version showing how to run the gamut of soviet weapons in theater, as well as their capabilities. AK, RPK, PRG, SPG9, Dragnuv, ZPU, etc

    Basically, a single manual with a few pages on basic operations of how to run any weapon likely to be found in the middle east/ africa.

    • bulldog76 says:

      well thne your also gonna have to add British weapons dating from atleast the 1870s to about 1955 German weapons from the 1890s to 1945 ……that would be a damn large book

      • mark says:

        I think at 1-3 pages per weapon it would be pretty manageable. Basic parts diagram, how to load and fire, a few weapons specific tips (example, back blast from RPG) and the topic would be covered well enough for a field primer.

        It’s definitely a book that I would buy. Even better if it were an app that could recognize photos of the weapon, and then sync to a pre-downloaded weapons brief.

        If I knew how to code I’d actually be all over that.

  2. Common Sense says:

    The post states “in the same vein” as the BHI books- is there any detail on the differences between the two?

    Why would one buy this version vs the BHI version?