Description:Good in fair dust jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 416 p...Good in fair dust jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 416 p. Audience: General/trade. Clean, tight copy with no writing; the first 2 pages have pen underlining and some light cover edge wear. The book shows some wear but is still in decent shape. Fair dust jacket with normal shelf wear for its age.
Description:Very Good in fair jkt. jacket. 524 pages, 104 figures, tables,...Very Good in fair jkt. jacket. 524 pages, 104 figures, tables, index, pebbled blue paper over boards with gilt titles, color illustrated jacket in protective plastic cover. Upper edge lightly rubbed, lower corner of front board lightly bumped, slight spine sag, contents near fine and binding is tight; jacket edges worn and chipped, spine faded and lightly stained. Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975!
Description:Jacket in Good condition. Book is in Very Good-condition. No...Jacket in Good condition. Book is in Very Good-condition. No markings throughout. Nice clean copy. Family owned since 1989. Selling online since 1995. Exceptional shopping experience, 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Publisher: Small Arms Technical Publishing Company/Thomas G. Samworth,
Description:Illustrated by Hoskins, Gayle(Frontis) Moll, John Jr. Drawings....Illustrated by Hoskins, Gayle(Frontis) Moll, John Jr. Drawings. VG+/Fair. Rare/scarce book with Dust Jacket. A textbook on the repair and alteration of firearms, with detailed notes and suggestions relative to the equipment and operation of a Commerical Gunshop. Top pg edge with a touch of soil. Color pictorial DJ with extremity wear/rubbing/ lt soil and top of spine tip 1 3/4" chipped away, also a few other very small ones. Front DJ panel/rear all present. A rare find.; Samworth Book on Firearms; Photographs, illust.; 526 pages.
Description:1965, 1st Stackpole Press edition, very good condition, small...1965, 1st Stackpole Press edition, very good condition, small wear to binding edge, with a very good dust jacket, small chips and minor wear to dust jacket edges, published by The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, 524 pages, plus 10 pages of ads. A comprehensive book on gunsmithing, for the individual and those that would like to set up a gunshop. Frontispice illustration and dust jacket art by Gayle Hoskins, profusely illustrated with the superb drawings of John B. Moll, Jr., and various photographs, a sources of gunsmithing supplies, although dated this gives an idea where to look for supplies, also, a selected bibliography for further study. see Smith p.173.
Description:Very Good in Very Good Minus jacket. This copy has the...Very Good in Very Good Minus jacket. This copy has the following written on the front free fly: presented to w. a. stilley, jr saturday, december 28, 1946 by mr samworth.
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