For those in search of printed BX reference (other than Haynes) I've just been reminded that abebooks.co.uk are worth a checking - they act as a search engine for the stock of various secondhand booksellers worldwide (mainly English-language).
Worth a try if you want a Russek manual, and can't find one on ebay or through used sellers on amazon, for example. As secondhand booksellers online tend to be meticulous about describing condition, you normally get a good idea of what you might be buying.
For completists only: despite them having boolean logic on advanced searches, the term NOT "Haynes" doesn't seem to work at all in the way I'd expect it to......
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