1999. SC. 140pp, many b/w & color photos, 9.375x12.5; depicts many firearms (usually only 1 example) reproduced exactly as their larger counterparts (nearly all 1/2 scale & taking year or more to complete) including their mechanisms, bore rifling, & ammunition with exact stampings made to 1/2 scale & repeatedly test...
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2005. First printing. SC. 112pp, nearly 200 full-color photos, over 70 b/w period photos, illust. & patent drawings, 8.5x11; describes LeMat's wartime adventures aboard blockade runners & alsongside famous leaders of Confederacy; explores unique revolvers that LeMat manufactured for Southern Cause; LeMat & his associated gave Confederacy a "French Connection,"...
2006. First printing. HC. 309pp, 520+ color photos/illus, 11.125x8.75; chronicles entire 127-year Winchester history since first British doubles were imported in 1879, 1884 Winchester decision to build its own shotguns, first Winchester shotgun manufactured in 1887, & all that followed; shows examples of world's finest shotguns; compiled encyclopedic volume of...
2007. First printing. HC. 309pp, many full-color photos/illus throughout, 11.25x8.75; detailed information on Sam Colt & guns produced in Hartford, Connecticut, from 1840s to early 1880s; NET.
2005. First printing. HC. 248pp, nearly 500 detailed photos & illust, 8.5x11; covers the smoothbore longarms in early America, including British, French, Dutch, German, Spanish & American weapons including intimate details of men who carried them & desperate battles in which they served on both sides of conflict; includes many never-before-published photos;.
1993. HC. Broadfoot ed. of 1953 ed., 64pp, 12 illus., 2 maps; NET.
1997. SC. 522pp, many b/w photos/illus., 8.375x11; collection of articles on longarms from Bulletin No. 1 (1955) through No. 75 (1996) originally published in the Bulletin of The American Society of Arms Collectors by well-known collectors & researchers who presented this material at regularly scheduled meetings of the Society; NET.
1988. HC. 248pp, photos/illus., loaded with serial number data, 8.75X11.25.
1997. HC. Approx. 128pp, 110pp b/w photos with 20pp color, examiness classic rifles that have come up for sale in both London & New York including double rifles, single rifles, continental European makers, and bolt action & other locking mechanisms.
1994. HC. 128pp, 110 b&w, 24 color photos.
1980 GRP ed. HC. W/dust jacket, 196pp, fully illus./photos, covers production & serial numbers; with the knowledge that the author obtained in finding, buying & trading Parker shotguns, he put his experience into print, a definative book on Parker shotguns;.
1997. SC. 116pp, 8.5x11, heavily illus., guide to pistols, carbines, rifles & muskets produced during the period & used in North America, includes details of measurements, markings, & hardware; NET;.
2009. First printing. HC. 376pp, more than 400 b/w photos, 8.5x11; complete guide to guns of Red Coats to identify & understand British Battle Weapons of French & Indian Wars, American Revolution, & War of 1812; includes British weapons of all land & sea forces with detailed photos; contains issue...
2006. Fourth Edition. HC. 448pp, over 1,300 full-color photos, 8.626 x 11.25; provides country-by-country detailed look at markings, insignia, design variations, production numbers, special identifying features for every one of more than 1,000 models, how & where rifles were employed in conflicts around world, unit markings, unit data; covers early...
2017. First printing. HC. 586pp, hundreds of full color photos, 8.5X12; first detailed chronological biography & timeline of development of firearms bearing the Mauser name; based on historical informatiom from Mauser archive; hard cover w/dust jacket; book is heavy, shipping at cost;.
1998. R&R Printing. HC. 205pp, 500+ illus/photos, 8pp in full color, 8.5x11; covers 24 nations that produced military holsters for their military weapons used in World War II by military forces involved;.
1991. SC. 136pp, photos/illus., 8.5x11; traces this multibarreled, high-rate-of-fire gun from its inception during the Civil War to its current role as a state-of-the-art modern combat system of the U.S. military;.
2016. First printing. SC. 136pp, 550+ color illus, 11x8.5; most extensive guide to French flintlock military long arms ever to appear in English; concentrates on identification & service use, covering everything from Infantry Muskets, Rampart Guns, Dragoon Muskets, Cavalry Musketoons, Constabulary Musketoons, Naval Muskets, Hussar Musketoons, Foot & Mounted Grenadier...
SC. Cleveland, OH, 24pp, illus., 6.75x10; NET.
1995. HC. 446pp, well illus., 6.5x9.5.
HC. 114pp, illus., 6x9; covers history & details of .41 Caliber Rim Fire derringer; book includes anything needed to know about the Southerner history, markings and mechanical functions as well as some myths on the topic;.
1993. HC. 221+pp, photos/illus., 6.25x9.375; NET.
1988. HC. 579pp, over 800 illus., covers various uses & history of handgun--military, dueling, self-defense, & competition shooting--from 14th century to present day; NET.
1993. HC. Safari Press ed., 240pp, illus., 6.25x 9.375; NET.
1989. HC. 288pp, photos/illus., 6.25x9.25, NET.