Description:Very Good. No Dust Jacket. 7" x 9 1/2" 406 Pages Indexed. Black...Very Good. No Dust Jacket. 7" x 9 1/2" 406 Pages Indexed. Black boards with green and black spine lettering and embossed green and black decorations on front. Light cover edge wear with cover corners very lightly bumped. Additonal scans available. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. Ex Libris, Short Review of this book, and short news( 6 inches long) article of recognition from American Rifleman 9/82 are all pasted on the front endpapers. Laid in is a two-page, with photographs, newspaper clipping from the Sept 26 1975 Gun Week. Also laid in are five signed letters from Elmer Keith and his family to the previous owner of this book and a color brochure for the Elmer Keith Commemorative Model 29.44 Faultless interior. Contents in 18 Chapters: Selecting the Rifle, Killing Power, Metallic Sights, The Hunting Scope, Sighting-In at Effective Ranges, Anatomical Killing Points, Rifles for Dangerous Game, Brush and Timber Rifles, The Double Rifle, Game Shooting Positions, The Trigger Pull, The Stalking Rifle, Bullet Design and Characteristics, Actions and Barrels, Stock Design and Bedding, Handloading Game Cartridges, Saddle Scabbard Positions, and Rifle-Care and Safety. Additional scans. Large heavy book that may incur additional charges for Priority Shipping to some locations. An estate book whose owner was a gun enthusiast and a lover of books. A book from the Jack McK. Pardee Collection. Mr. Pardee was a collector of Americana who focused on frontier and natural history, hunting, wildlife, and firearms and is noted not only for his book selections but for his careful handling and storage. Most of his collection had faultless interior pages. E-mail for more information regarding the Pardee collection.
Description:Good. No Jacket. Signed by Author Has 406 pages and a black...Good. No Jacket. Signed by Author Has 406 pages and a black cover which is illustrated in both silver and green ink. Heavy edgewear especially at the top and bottom of spine area. Corners bumped. There is a crack along the spine at both the front and back of book, but the binding itself is tight. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. Can e-mail photos upon request.
Description:Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. Hardcover. 4to. Standard...Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. Hardcover. 4to. Standard Publications. 1946. 406 pgs. + index. Illustrated. First Edition/First Printing (no later states) DJ in VG shape withshelfwear present to the DJ with some light chipping present to the extremities and some creasing and folds present to the DJ. Crease present on the rear panel. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Keith's rarest title, even rarer still in a DJ. Photos sent upon request. 516; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 406 pages.
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