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Paladin Press, Boulder’s chronicler of fight, to shut down after 47 years – The Denver Post

Peder Lund, the late co-founder and publisher of Boulder's Paladin Press, is seen in this 1986 photo. Paladin is closing after 47 years in business.

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Peder Lund, the late co-founder and publisher of Boulder’s Paladin Press, is seen in this 1986 photo. Paladin is closing after 47 years in business.

Paladin Press, the controversial Boulder-based publisher of titles chronicling the world of combat, conflict and survival — including the notorious “Hit Man” how-to manual — took its final order Wednesday and will be out of business at the end of the year, according to its website.

“Thanks for the trust you placed in us for the past 47 years. It has been quite a ride,” the announcement begins, under a note stating that the final orders were taken by Paladin at noon Wednesday.

It adds that, at the end of the year, Paladin will “close its doors for good after a 47-year run as the publisher of America’s Action Library.”

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