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  1. Claymore Mine

    Claymore Mine

    $59.95

    At the height of World War II, Hitler’s Luftwaffe tried frantically yet vainly to perfect this shaped-charge weapon to counter U.S. B-17s. In the 1950’s the United States succeeded, and in Vietnam the claymore thwarted the human-wave attacks that had overwhelmed the US forces in Korea. This is the true story of the men who developed the claymore mine, a weapon that changed the very nature of warfare. It includes interviews with the designers who were on the development team at Picatinny Arsenal as well as the original patents. Item# C-9104 Learn More
  2. SILENCER HISTORY and PERFORMANCE - Volume 1Sporting and Tactical Silencers

    SILENCER HISTORY and PERFORMANCE - Volume 1Sporting and Tactical Silencers

    $57.95

    Over the decade, the field of firearm silencers has exploded with diverse new technologies and remarkable new designs, increasing interest in silencers both for tactical operations by military and police to sporting purposes by qualified civilians. Author Alan Paulson has been called, the dean of the American silencer experts today and has more data on supressor performance than any manufacturer or government agency. photos, illus, 81/2 x 11, softcvr, 424 pgs. Item# C-9276 Learn More
  3. The Great Remington 8 and Model 81 Autoloading Riflesby John Henwood

    The Great Remington 8 and Model 81 Autoloading Riflesby John Henwood

    $59.95

    Deluxe First Edition, 2003304 pages, 291 illustrations (31 in color)John Browning's last sporting rifle design, his long recoil autoloader, proved to be by far the best-selling and most popular autoloading sporting rifle in the world, and was kept in the Remington catalog for nearly half a century.This first Collector Grade edition includes chapters on the genesis of the Remington Arms Company; Browning's five long recoil patents; the history of the Mod le 1900, the nearly identical clone produced by FN in Belgium, and the use of Browning, Remington and Winchester autoloading rifles by the French Air Service during World War I; the "cosmetic revamping" of the Model 8 which resulted in the Model 81; in-depth histories of production changes, markings, shipping dates, codes, and costs; deluxe-grade (engraved) and special models (factory experimentals, military, police and F.B.I. variants); contemporary autoloaders from around the world; notes on collecting the 8 and 81; how the long recoil autoloader works; disassembly, troubleshooting, and Model 8 and 81 component interchangeability; ammunition, ballistics, and reloading; factory options and aftermarket accessories (charger clips, magazine conversions, iron sights, scopes and mounts).The last chapter, titled "The Legend", is a fascinating study of Remington advertisements, posters and sporting art, which have become increasingly popular collectibles in recent times. Item# C-9559 Learn More
  4. Winchester Shoguns

    Winchester Shoguns

    $59.95

    Winchester Shotguns is a story within a story. Since the 1860’s, Winchester has been an icon of the American firearms industry. While the company is best known for its innovative lever-action rifles, the story of Winchester shotguns is no less significant today among collectors and shotgun enthusiasts. Spanning the decades and every model designed and produced under the Winchester name, author and historian Dennis Adler has photographed examples of the world’s finest shotguns and compiled an encyclopedic volume of facts, figures and historically relevant information destined to make Winchester Shotguns a must have reference for anyone interested in American firearms. With more than 520 color photographs and illustrations showing individual models, actions and close up details of receivers, and factory engraving styles, this is the most lavishly photographed book ever published on Winchester shotguns. This book chronicles the entire 127 year history since the first British doubles were imported. This is a tale of ambition, of stunning success and heartbreaking failures; a tale not only of guns but of the men who created them for more than a century. 9” x 11.5”, hardcover, 520 full color pictures, indexed, 309 pages, illustrated. Learn More

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