The author takes you on a journey of discovery, looking at this remarkable revolver from its beginnings. With production figures and serial number information, O'Meara serves collectors and historians. He also tests several modern reproductions of Colts and their rivals, providing ballistic and accuracy data for the shooter. Gun buffs will love ...
The author takes you on a journey of discovery, looking at this remarkable revolver from its beginnings. With production figures and serial number information, O'Meara serves collectors and historians. He also tests several modern reproductions of Colts and their rivals, providing ballistic and accuracy data for the shooter. Gun buffs will love this look at rare and exotic Colts and the people who owned them. This is the one book for anyone who enjoys single-action shooting and the guns that won the West.
Qto. VG/VG. light edgewear to illustrated jacket panels, and DJ spine tip and tail, with titling in white and light yellow. black leatherette HB, spine and front board with stamped silver titling, a touch of wear to ends and corners. illustrated profusely in color and b/w upon glossy white textblock. no writing to neatly aligned sheets, edges all sides clear. 160 pp. ISBN#0873417941. Rockville.
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Very Good, Very Good. 4TO, B/W Illus, Hardcover. Hardcover. Clean black cloth boards. Text pages are crisp and clean. Very nice color photo illustrated dust jacket shows some wear at outer edge. Looks very nice in protective mylar. Always carefully wrapped and shipped in cardboard boxes to protect your purchase.
Fair. Cover is different from that displayed. White soft cover is clean, near new. Pages are clean, no marks, near new. 8 1/2 x 11", 160 pages, more than 300 black and white photos (plus some color), bibliography and five appendice: I. Colt"s 19th century cap & ball revolver productions tables; II. Colt"s 20th century re-issue cap and ball revolvers; III. Frist Generation color single action Army Revolver; IV. Table of verified Sheriff"s Models; V. Single Action Resource.
Gun Digest Books, 2005. 1st printing, Very Good+/softcover/book clean/corners not bumped, Softcover, 160pgs. Valuable collector information on production figure, serial numbers by year and rarities. Packed with care and shipped promptly.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0873417941. 159 pages, well illustrated (some in color), cloth, DJ, very good. 8 by 11 inches. From the DJ: "'Doc' O'meara brings together valuable collector information and interesting stories about the legend and romances that continues to surround Colt's Single Action Army Revolver."; 11.28 X 8.78 X 0.74 inches; 160 pages.
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