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MS 306 - Historical Firearms Catalogs and Booklets


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Title: MS 306 - Historical Firearms Catalogs and BookletsAdd to your cart.

Primary Creator: Akerley, Robert

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

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Folder 1: Browning Brothers CoAdd to your cart.
1904 Catalog number 39.
Folder 2: “The Arm of Law and Order,”Add to your cart.
Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, [1926].
Folder 3: New Haven, Conn.: Ideal Manufacturing Co., n.d. [covers missing, handwritten: “Ideal Hand Book n. 19”].    150 p.        “The Ideal Hand Book of Useful Information for Shooters. No. 25.”  New Haven, Conn.: Ideal Manufacturing Co. (Marlin Firearms Co., Successor), c. 1910.  160 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 4: J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.  “Catalog No. 51”Add to your cart.
reprint edition, Chicopee Falls, Mass.: c. 1902.    137 p.
Folder 5: “The LUGER Automatic Repeating Pistol: Its Construction, Manipulation and Use.”Add to your cart.
Broadway, NY: Tauscher, H. [n.d.],  40 p.
Folder 6: “Marlin Catalog.”  New Haven, Conn.: Marlin Firearms Co.Add to your cart.
n.d. [c. 1929]  25 p., with insert for the .410 Gauge Repeating Shotgun [lever action].
Folder 7: “Savage 1903.”Add to your cart.
Savage Arms Company catalog
Folder 8: “Winchester Catalog No. 79, 1914.  New Haven, Conn.: Winchester Repeating Arms Co., 1914.  224 p. “Winchester Catalog No. 80, 1916: 1866-1916  Fiftieth Anniversary”.  New Haven, Conn.: Winchester Repeating Arms Co., 1916.  224 p.Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Coxe, Wallace H.  Du Pont Smokeless Rifle and Pistol Powders: Their Development, Composition and Ballistic Characteristics.Add to your cart.
Wilmington, Del.: E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., 1927.  67 p.
Folder 10: Macnab, A.J., Jr. Pistol and Revolver Training Course: Prepared for the use of Police and of Civilian Clubs and Individuals.Add to your cart.
Col. A.J. McNab, Jr. 1926.  27 p.
Folder 11: How to Case-Harden, Color and Anneal with Granulated Raw Bone.Add to your cart.
Middletown, Conn.: The Rogers & Hubbard Co., n.d.  31 p.
Folder 12: F. Romer.  Makers of HistoryAdd to your cart.
Colt Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, 1926.
Folder 13: Thomas,  John M.  Instructions in Learning Accurate Pistol ShootingAdd to your cart.
Boston: Samuel Usher, Fort Hill Press, 1922.    42 p.,  with separate 1924 letter and note from author included.
Folder 14: Wesson, Douglas B. Bullet Holes: A Record of RecordsAdd to your cart.
Smith & Wesson, 1915.  80 p. hardcover.
Folder 15: Whelen, Townsend.  American Big Game ShootingAdd to your cart.
East Alton, Illinois: Western Cartridge Co., 1925.  48 p.
Folder 16: Whelen, Townsend.  The Care and Cleaning of Modern Firearms.Add to your cart.
Conversion Products Corporation, 1922.  48 p.

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