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Marlin Firearms Down East Books.
Lt. Col. William S. Brophy, USAR, Ret. 672 pages. 8½"x11". Hardbound. Covering the history and development of Marlin from 1863 to the present, this extraordinary, definitive book is the culmination of over 15 years of extensive research into the Marlin company - so detailed and accurate that it nearly defies description. Divided into 3 sections, the first discusses the evolution of the Marlin Company, the men who developed it and have made it so successful.
Section 2, comprising nearly two-thirds of the book, covers all of the details on all of the guns by model - the length, stock, choke, weight, dates and serial number, caliber, prices, parts lists, exploded views, takedown and everything else, both sporter and military. Section 3 covers Marlin's many other projects - belt buckles, handcuffs, razor blades, baby buggies, plus the Marlin advertising, gun inspections, ammunition, patents, sights, and on and on. There are over 1,900 beautifully detailed illustrations and photos, with close-ups, sectionalized views, patent drawings.
Brophy, well known in the firearms field for his unquestioned expertise and 5 classic books on guns, helped charter the Marlin Collectors Association, and was editor of The Marlin Collector, and Senior Technical Manager and Historian of The Marlin Firearms Company.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:375
The M1 Garand Rifle Mowbray Publishing.
A true tour de force of gun scholarship, this is the complete story of the M1 Garand service rifle as told by one of today's foremost arms authors and researchers. Nothing even approaching this level of detail has ever been published before. Documents Garand's production and issue both in the U.S. and elsewhere and has also given a level of intense scrutiny to the Garand's accessories and accoutrements. Color printing throughout!
SPECS: Pages - 872. Binding - Hardcover. Size - 8.5"x11". Illustrations - 2150+ detailed. Includes dustjacket.
Ruger® Mini-14®, Mini-30®, And Deerfield Carbine-Complete Guide Gun-Guides.
Handy soft-cover guides contain newly written, detailed field stripping, disassembly, and reassembly procedures for popular firearms. Features easy-to-read parts schematics and concise, step-by-step disassembly instructions illustrated with large photographs. Includes special re-assembly “tricks-of-the-trade” that help make sure the gun functions properly when you’re done. Short, historical background on the design and development of each firearm adds to your understanding. Spiral bound to lay flat and stay open on the bench. 55 pages. 5½" x 8½". 41 photographs. 3 illustrations. Covers all models built from 1972 to 2006, plus complete serial number listing from 1972 to 2004.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:68, Page:364
Mauser: Military Rifles Of The World-5th Edition Gun Digest.
- 448 pages
- By Robert Ball
- 8.25" x 10.875"
- 1300 color photos
- Most exhaustive reference ever for Mauser millitary rifles
- Previously unknown variations
- Rare coverage of experimental weapons and prototypes
- Meticulously cataloged descriptions, historical backgrounds, model specifics, and detailed photographs
Sinclair, Issue:5B, Page:261
The M1 Garand-1936 To 1957 North Cape Publications.
Joe Poyer and Craig Riesch. 256 pages. 5½" x 8½". Softbound. Over 100 photographs. Informative text provides a detailed, historical record of the development of the M1 Garand, the most famous battle rifle ever produced. Provides a complete description on a part by part basis, using serial number range and manufacturer, from the gas trap rifles through the M1C, M1D and MC 1952 Sniper, National Match, Navy 7.62 x 51 mm NATO, British, Danish, and all lend lease rifles. Describes the entire range of M1 Garand production using easy to read charts that provide dimensions, markings, finishes and serial number ranges for instant identification. Provides a complete analysis of the M1C, M1D and MC 1952 sniper rifles, plus in-depth information on telescopic sights and mounts.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:66, Page:394
The M14-Type Rifle North Cape Publications.
Joe Poyer. 104 pages. 8" x 10½". Softbound. Over 140 photographs. Straightforward, well-written text and hundreds of clear photos, illustrations and charts give the complete, detailed historical record of the M14 rifle. Step-by-step, easy-to-understand instructions explain how to turn a commercial M14 into a national match rifle. Includes chapters that walk you through every aspect of the National Match competition, including rules, ammunition used, and sights required. Features chapters on operation, shooting, and troubleshooting, plus detailed instructions on disassembly and reassembly.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:66, Page:395