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Thread: Yugoslav training manual for M76 sniper!

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    Thanx brother a lot, sto je ceif citati nas hehe
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    I did find the copy I downloaded. I may have downloaded a couple of versions but this one I found on my hard drive is in PDF and it's 12.3 MB file that's small enough to email.

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    Allesennogwat, I'd be interested in a copy if you're offering. PM with info headed your way.
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    I recently got a PDF copy of the M76 repair or armorer's manual. It is not a high level repair manual and only has basic checks and repairs. It is more interesting than the user's manual. It is too large to email. I may be able to figure out how to break up the PDF though. I haven't done that before, so I have to find out how best to do that first.

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    Do you have WinRAR or WinZIP? See if you can compress the PDF with one of those.
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    Yes, I have IZArc which can make either a RAR or a ZIP file with it. I'm not sure how much smaller a PDF can get when compressed. My email size limit used to be 20 MB but I think it is 25 MB now. Now that I think about it, maybe a ZIP file would make it about half size which would be small enough to email.

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    Well I put the PDF in a zip file. It only reduced it by a very small amount. I didn't try a rar file yet. I suspect PDF is already a compressed format though, so it won't change much.

    I did review the manual on a larger screen now. I had only glanced at it on a small screen before. It is a very detailed, high level armorer's manual. It gauges every part of the rifle and shows how to fit a new bolt, a new gas piston, riveted to the bolt carrier and fitting a scope mount and scope. A lot of gauging tools in it. It is a lot more detailed than I first thought.

    I know there is a method to break up PDF files in sections and assemble them back together to form the whole file. My computer knowledge isn't that great but I may be able to figure how to do that without having to buy too much more software.

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    I know there is a method to break up PDF files in sections and assemble them back together to form the whole file
    I've seen this done before but never looked into it, that's why I made the earlier suggestion

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    Not up on using PDF tools to split a file, but free compression programs such as 7zip have an option to split the compressed archive into arbitrary or fixed (floppy, CD, etc) sizes.
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