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ARMS HERITAGE MAGAZINE - Volume 4, All Six Issues

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ARMS HERITAGE MAGAZINE - Volume 4, All Six Issues

255 pages, about 11" x 8", glossy soft-cover in full color. New color printing with permission of the publisher Printed on high quality 24# 97 bright acid free paper. Fully Illustrated.

Arms Heritage Magazine is a treasure trove of factual, obscure and fascinating information, excellent photographs and magnificent trivia assembled by a distinguished troop of very well respected collectors and experts. All articles are meticulously researched and carefully reviewed by our panel of experienced collectors. In addition to feature articles, each issue contains features on cartridge collecting, blades, accoutrements, a question and answer forum, book reviews and a summary of recent auction results as well as a story aimed at the beginning collector.

Cornell Publications has been selected to publish a hard copy as a permanent and nicely produced book of all the fine articles and features from the first year of Arms Heritage. This book needs to be in your library if you are a serious enthusiast or collector. Additional years will follow.

Contents - Index:

  • Pages: 255

Number One

Ball Repeating Carbine (and Rifle)
An English Flintlock Volley Gun
Gun Metals

Number Two

William H. Davenport
Market Hunters
The Gun Trade in Norwich, Connecticut
The Egyptian Military Rolling Block that Wasn’t

Number Three

The Nock Volley Gun
A Condemned But Serviceable Model 1860 Army
Pacific Coast Militia Rangers
The Japanese Balloon Invasion
Colt- Evolution vs Transition -Part I

Number Four

James Wesson and the Springfield Arms Co. Part I
Colt- Evolution vs Transition - Part II
A Round-Barreled Colt Navy?
A Japanese Walker

Number Five

Signaling During the Civil War
A Mark 6 Webley with two holsters
Disposition of Auto Pistols and U.S. Rifles
James Warner and the Springfield Arms Co. - Part II
Colt - Evolution vs Transition - Part III

Number Six

Gilbert Smith’s Breechloading Rifle
Webley’s No. 5 Revolver
Most Surplus Guns Tell a Story
Colt - Evolution vs Transition - Part IV
Update on Ivory Ban