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A STUDY OF REMINGTON’S SMOOT PATENT AND NUMBER FOUR REVOLVERS

by: Harry J. Parker, Ph.D., Ora Lee Parker, M.A., and Joan S. Reisch, Ph.D.

A detailed, pictorial essage on Remington’s early metallic cartridge era pockedt revolvers: their design, devlopment, patents, models & variations. The life of inventor W.S. Smoot is told for the 1st time. Foreword by Roy M. Marcot. B&W & color plates; 6×9 inches, 120 pgs.

1-882824-21-0
978-1-882824-21-2
Softcover
03-15-2006
Handguns

$17.95

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Books of Harry J. Parker, Ph.D., Ora Lee Parker, M.A., and Joan S. Reisch, Ph.D.
About This Book
Overview

Monograph One in the “Antique Arms Enthusiast” Series. This important new book for Remington arms collectors is a detailed look at Remington’s early metallic cartridge-era pocket revolvers: their design, development, patents, models and variations. Many photos and charts highlight the informative text.

The enigmatic life and career of arms inventor William S. Smoot are explored, too–for the first time ever in print!

Details

ISBN: 1-882824-21-0
Publisher: GRAPHIC PUBLISHERS
Publish Date: 03-15-2006

“A STUDY OF REMINGTON’S SMOOT PATENT AND NUMBER FOUR REVOLVERS”

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