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Illustrated by Pioch, ray Photos, drawings. Fair. 6x9" FAIR Ex-Lib Cond GOOD DJ; 477ps pages; With 7 Lesson Rifle Shooting Course. TRACES HISTORY OF SHOULDER ARMS FROM UNWIELDY MIDGET CANNON, Kentucky riffle, Breech loaders.
Very Good in Good dust jacket. 8vo 477 pp; Light toning, a few tape marks on pastedowns and endpages, otherwise clean and tight. DJ is chipped and edge worn with a few short tears. Dust jacket protected in clear Brodart cover.; Always Delivery Confirmation. 35 Years Fast Excellent Service. We Know How To Pack Books.
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Good. 9.50 X 6.40 X 1.50 inches Used hardcover in dust jacket. Shelfwear to boards, spine cocked, and text block dust soiled; dust jacket is worn along the edges, with shallow chipping at the spine and corners, and a few closed tears in places. Binding and pages remain solid, with no marks to text.
Very Good-with no dust jacket. 1199359505. 477 pages, well illustrated, cloth, backstrip sun-faded otherwise very good. From the publisher: "This is the definitive book on rifles and shotguns, by Jack O'Connor, America's foremost authority on firearms. It is clear, concise, organized for easy reference, encyclopedic in its coverage and fully illustrated with photographs and drawings. The author traces the history of shoulder arms from the unwieldy midget cannon through the Kentucky rifle and the plains rifle, the breech-loading systems that replaced them, up to today's precision pieces. The book discusses in full detail American and foreign sporting rifles. It covers the cartridge, its evolution, primer system, parts and chambering, and how cartridges are named and numbered in the United States and abroad. It explains types and actions of big-game rifles, barrels, stocks, iron and telescope sights. Here, too, is valuable information on windage, sighting and trajectory. There is advice on the best rifles and cartridges for hunting in mountains, woods and plains, for shooting all kinds of game, including soft-skinned and hard-skinned big game."; 477 pages.
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