1978. SC. Color & b/w illus., 9x12, 216pp.
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1977. SC. Color & b/w illus., 9x12, 195pp.
SC. 363pp, 22 Figs. & Tables.
1999. HC. 256pp, 16pp b/w photos, 6x9, story of wide range of firearms from pistols to rifles used by plainsmen & settlers, gamblers, native Americans, & US Army.
SC. 480pp, 1240 b/w photos, 8.5x11.
1991. Reprint Edition. HC. 224pp, photos/illus., 6.25x9.5; 81 FULL PAGE PHOTOS OF PISTOLS & HOLSTERS PLUS SPECIFICATIONS, HISTORICAL DATA, & PROCUREMENT FIGURES ON 24 DIFFERENT PISTOLS USED BY GERMAN Military Police & Nazi Party; Gun Room Press Reprint Edition;.
1996. SC. 48pp, over 90 photos, 8.25x12, details most important military timepieces including special chronographs of Luftwaffe & Kriegsmarine deck watches, German Army Service/contract watches & many more described.
2000. SC. 136pp, over 150 photos, 8.25x12, covers details of German military timepiece serial numbering allowing collector/researcher to date timepiece, German military timepieces displayed & clearly detailed, enhanced detailed drawings, & period photos.
1998. HC. 352pp, 836 photos (47 in color), 6.25x9.5, in-depth reference covering every known German military cuffband worn from 1784 to present giving purpose & use of each cuffband with detail on following formations: Hanoverian Army, Freikorps, Heer, Luftwaffe & Kriegsmarine, Waffen-SS/SS-VT, Bundeswehr & Nationale Volksarmee der DDR.
1998. SC. 88pp, over 230 color & b/w photos, 8.5x11, covers history of aircraft armament from early days of WW1 through WW2 & up to modern Gatling Guns of today.
1986. HC. 119pp, 6.875x9.5; story of how highly valued British-made Enfield rifles & remarkable LeMat revolvers reached Confederate market during Civil War; gives details about weapons themselves & information regarding variety of other Confederate small arms presented in appendices; considered classic of Confederate arms history & key guide on this topic;.
1995. HC. 350+, many photos.
1985. HC. 271pp, well illus., 8.5x11; heavily illustrated & elaborately researched study of America's most colorful & romantic weapon; considered the standard reference work in the field;.
1999. HC. 128pp, many photos, 8 5/8 x 10 7/8, the history, development & battlefield deployment of military daggers & bayonets is outlined from early times through the 20th century.
1996. HC. 137pp, 7.25x10.5.
SC. 216pp, 112 color photos, 32 b/w photos, 5 drawings, 11x8, collection of Don Troiani’s Civil War paintings acclaimed for the accuracy, drama, & sensitivity is achronological depiction of every face of war.
1978. HC. 319pp, illus., 8.5x11; NET.
1998. HC. 316pp, over 225 color plates & 160 b/w illust., illustrations feature Michael Del Castello Collection of American West, with portfolios of treasures from Buffalo Bill Museum (Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming) & Autry Museum of Western Heritage (Los Angeles), in-depth text & captions, colorful arms, posters, photographs...
2000. HC. 274pp, 300 color illus., 10.875x8.5, Volume 8 in Safari Press's Sporting Firearms Series, shows examples of most opulent examples of British gun engraving in existence from Europe & USA; traces the traditions of British gun engraving from end of 18th century to today, shows how national styles (both...
1983. HC. 360pp, 230 photos/illus., 6.25 x 9.5.
1978. HC. 696-719pp, illus.; NET.
1996. HC. 144pp, more than 150 photos, 8.5x12, detailed look at uniforms & equipment of regular army & many colorful militia regiments, & American Indian Cavalry units.
HC. Safari reprint, 431pp, illus., gives John Taylor’s experiences with double rifles, single-shots & Magazine Rifles as hunter.
1999. SC. 176pp, 410 color photos, 11x8.5, explores over 100 years of advertisements stamped into the sides of knives such as Case & Remington, who pooled efforts with advertisers from small-time businesses to giants such as Purina & Coca-Cola, to manufacture knives in many materials & styles, gives background information...
1999. HC. 320pp, 300 b/w photos, 8-page color section, 8.5x11; learn all about guns, clothing & rules of cowboy-style shooting events from writer who’s been there.