A COLLECTOR’S GUIDE TO MILITARY PISTOL AND REVOLVER DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLYby: Stuart C. Mowbray & Joe Puleo
The top military handguns of the cartridge era, disassembled, step-by-step, in large color photographs. Don’t settle for anything less than the best! 1217 color photos; 8.5×11 inches, 278 pgs.
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Step-by-step COLOR breakdowns of all your favorite surplus and vintage handguns!
The following guns are featured: The Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, The French Model 1873 Revolver, The Swiss Model 1882 Schmidt Revolver, The Model 1883 Reichsrevolver, The Swedish Model 1887 Nagant Revolver, The Webley Mk. 1 .455 Revolver, The Italian Bodeo M1889 Revolver The French Model 1892 Revolver, The Japanese Type 26 Revolver, The Mexican Model 1893 Pieper Revolver, The Colt .38 New Model Army & Navy Revolver, The Russian M1895 Nagant D.A. Revolver, The Russian Model 1895 Nagant S.A. Revolver, The Mauser C96 Broomhandle Pistol, The Austro- Hungarian Model 1898 Rast Gasser Revolver, The Model 1905 Mannlicher Pistol, The Smith & Wesson .455 2nd Model Hand Ejector and U.S. Model 1917 Revolvers, The Webley- Fosbery Self-Cocking Automatic Revolver, The Model 1907 Roth-Steyr The Savage Model 1907 Pistol, The German Luger Pistol, The Colt New Service, U.S. Model 1909 and U.S. Model 1917 Revolvers, The Model 1910/21 Bergmann- Bayard Pistol, The U.S. Model 1911 Automatic Pistol, The Italian Brixia Pistol, The Austrian Model 1912 Steyr-Hahn Pistol, The British Webley Mk. 1 (N) Self- Loading Pistol, The Webley .455 Mk. VI Revolver, The Spanish Model 1921 Astra 400 Pistol, The Belgian Browning M1922 Pistol, The British Enfield No. 2 Mk I Revolver, The Japanese Nambu, The Czechoslovak CZ-27 Automatic Pistol The French Model 17 Unique Pistol, The Walther Model PP Pistol, The Model 1930 Tokarev (TT) Semi-Automatic Pistol, The British Webley Mk IV .38/200 Revolver, The Japanese Type 94 Pistol, The French Model 1935A Pistol, The Hungarian Model 1937 Pistol, The Italian Beretta Model 1934 Pistol, The Browning, The Smith & Wesson Victory Model Revolver, The Soviet Bloc Makarov, The Beretta Model 1951 and Helwan Pistols The Czechoslovak CZ-52, The Czechoslovak CZ-82, The Hi-Power Pistol, The Radom wz. 35 Vis Pistol, The Walther P38 Pistol, The Mauser HSc Pistol, The Swedish Lahti m/40 Pistol.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
A real public service. –Mark A. Keefe, IV, editor, ‘American Rifleman’
Together with their rifle disassembly guide, it sets a new standard. –Paul Scarlata, ‘Collecting Classic Bolt Action Military Rifles’
Beautiful. Just beautiful. –Phil Schrier, Senior Curator, ‘National Firearms Museum’
Publisher: Andrew Mowbray Publishers
Publish Date: 10-03-2011