The Poor Man's James Bond
The Poor Man's James Bond is a five book survivalist, compiled by former American Nazi Party member Kurt Saxon. They were marketed toward the survivalist movement of the 1970s and 1980s, and as a counterpoint to The Anarchist Cookbook which Saxon claimed contained inaccurate information. The first volume was an expansion of an earlier Saxon book, The Militant's Formulary.
Much of the content of these books consists of reprints of old books now in the public domain. The first volume talks about how to blow up a car, make napalm and poisons such as ricin, nicotine, arsenic and cyanide. It also contained a full U.S. Army self-defense manual along with a gunsmithing workshop. This included diagrams of how to alter the firing mechanism for different firearms. These modifications were often to increase rate of fire. The second volume talks about improvised weapons that could be made legally using common household items. It also had a number of easily made and readily available booby traps and a number of other explosives recipes. The third volume mostly contained information on crime in modern society, how to beat the system, and significantly less information on "anarchism" or "terrorism." A fourth volume was published, and contains more of what the previous volumes contained. In 2002, a fifth volume was published in CD-ROM format.
- The Anarchist's Cookbook
- "Manual for Mayhem: How One Man Tried to Teach Everyday People to Make Anti-Tank Missiles" KYLE MIZOKAMI War Is Boring
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