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Very Good-with no dust jacket. 0912412089. 248 pages, well illustrated, pictorial wrappers, 8 by 11 inches, spot on cover from sticker price removal, otherwise very good. From the publisher's foreword: "This first edition of the Muzzleloaders' Handbook marks not only Lyman's entry into the periodical publishing area but also highlights the expansion of the Lyman publishing effort. This, our first annual, follows the Black Powder Handbook published in 1975. Response to that book a blend of editorial and technical material, was so good that we immediately finalized plans for The Muzzleloaders' Handbook, First Edition." Contents include Shellbark Squirrels (Max Vickery), Muzzleloaders' knives-yesterday and today (Bill R. Hughes), Shooting Civil War breech loaders (George C. Nonte), The perdussion revolver-tool, toy, or treasure? (Skeeter Skelton), Samuel E. Tobias, Gunsmith (Walter J. Keenan), etc.; 248 pages.
Near Fine. 8 1/2" X 11" 248 Pages. Red price label on front cover and corners show very light wear. No other defects noted. Interior text pages are flawless. Pictorial wrap-around cover depicting a revolutionary scene of men gathered at the Red Lion working with long rifles. This first edition of the Muzzleloaders' Handbook gives broad coverage to the sport of the black powder shooter. No other area of shooting sports has so many peripheral interest as does muzzleloading. Not only do shooters use their guns for hunting and contest but often assemble the guns, leather accoutrements and other gear themselves. In addition to gathering a basic ballistic education relating directly to the founding of America, a black powder shooter can find himself exposed to closely related skills such as woodcarving, engraving, metal working, scrimshaw, leather tooling, sewing, jewelry-making, camping and more. Many of these subjects are covered in this first book. Contents in 23 Chapters: Contemporary Craftsman and the Revolutionary Rifle, Shellbark Squirrels, Africa Primitive Hunting Paradise, Muzzleloaders' Knives, Shooting Flying, 18 Lbs of Civil War History the CVA Napoleon III Cannon Kit, Antelope with a.58 Cal. Muzzleloader, The 15th Hole, What You Need to Do Before Shooting Your Muzzleloader, Shooting Civil War Breech Loaders, The Muzzleloader for Whitetails, Pyrodex A Safe Black Powder, Moulding Your Own, Care and feeding of a Muzzleloading Shotgun, The Percussion Revolver, Adventure with a Grizzly Bear, One Man's Quest for an Accurate Rifled Musket, Black Powder Buck, Samuel E. Tobias Gunsmith, The Fighting Man of the American Revolution, Slug Rifles the Ultimate in Muzzle Loading Accuracy, The Offhand Matches, and A Flintlock Rifle and a Buck. Plus a Black Powder Catalog Section. Illustrated on every page with drawings and photographs.
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