Fine. Special edition privately printed for the members of the Firearms Classics Library.; Bound in green leather with gilt lettering. Five raised bands on spine. All edges gilt.; Tight, clean and crisp. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. In excellent condition.; 8.82 X 6.38 X 1.30 inches.
Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Hard cover book, no dustjacket. First Edition, Small-Arms Technical Publishing, 1948. Used, acceptable condition. No dustjacket, soiling, edge wear. Noted gunsmith Roy Dunlap served as a Sergeant in Ordnance during World War II. Here he was able to test and report on most of the firearms used during that war. 417 pages. Hard to find book.
Palladium (Birmingham) 1998 (reprint), 417 pp, photos, author served with US 27th Ordnance Co in N Africa, Europe and Pacific, much on German, Italian and Japanese weaponry, very good leather-bound hardcover with no jacket as issued,
Very Good binding. Near Very Good dust jacket. Octavo. Author Roy Dunlap was a Sergeant in Ordnance in the Second World War, and analyzes here most of the weaponry utilized in that war. A First Edition copy in a bright and attractive dustjacket. Very Good binding / near Very Good dust jacket.
Very Good + No Dust Jacket. Neat former owners name stamps on endpapers and title page margin. VG+, no dust jacket. Very clean in sound binding. Author review the pluses and minuses of many types of military small arms. Illustrated. 417 pages plus ads in rear.
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