1996. SC. 121pp, illus., 8.5x11; NET.
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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.
1998. HC. 160pp, 547 color photos/price guide/index, 8.5x11, from saddles to silverware to weapons, portrays many various & diversified items that were essential to cowboy way of life, complete with recommendations as to proper care of items & full value guide.
1997. HC. 160pp, 432 color photos, 8.5x11, describes the actual usage, background and value of cowboy bits and spurs along with many accessories.
2000. HC. 128pp, 84 b/w illus, 7x10; illustrated history of two rare & unusual Civil War cavalry carbines & their use in the field; covers the development, sales to government to arm cavalry troops, use in field by specifically known regiments, capture & use by Southern troops, surplus sales after...
1999. HC. 160pp, 250 b/w photos, 16-page color section, 8.5x11, details history with information directly from factory records; detailed information on rare revolvers by Colt; performance evaluations for original guns & replicas; production figures by serial numbers & date.
1996. HC. 137pp, 7.25x10.5.
SC. 286pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11, over 2300 photos of artifacts, including rifles, axes, knives, pottery, trunks, tools & more; visually examines lifestyle of both combatants & civilians during Revolutionary War period.
HC. 286pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11, over 2300 photos of artifacts, including rifles, axes, knives, pottery, trunks, tools & more; visually examines lifestyle of both combatants & civilians during Revolutionary War period.
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. SC. 72pp, 40 photos, 6x9, traces Britain's use of breechloading cartridge carbines from development of first Snider artillery & cavalry carbines, through the various Martini carbines (Henry, Metford & Enfield), to the Lee- Metford & Lee-Enfield Carbines introduced at turn of last century.
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...
1994 ed. of 1964. HC. 332pp, well illus., 6.25x9.5.
1994. SC. 72pp, 60 photographs, 6x9.
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...
1991. HC. 192pp, over 220 photos, 8x11.
1983. HC. 360pp, 230 photos/illus., 6.25 x 9.5.
1991. HC. RAB ed., 326pp, 6.25x9.5, includes American silver-mounted swords 1700-1815 added at end.
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.