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David L. Wesbrook A step-by-step “how to” with complete photographic support for every detail of the art of working wood into rifle stocks. Comprehensive coverage of the techniques is illustrated to gain skill and/or u
Troy Newlon The Ultimate Guide to Building Muzzle Breaks.
Historically in America the first muzzle brake to stand out was the Cutts compensator, designed by colonel Richard M Cutts in the early 1900’s.
Ray Smith Pope's finest work was with muzzleloading, lead bullet, soft steel, low velocity single-shot rifle
Alaskan Yukon Trophies Won and Lost G O Young This new limited edition is a Hard Bound version of the original book that was printed in 1947. Mr. Young covers an expedition into the interior of Alaska and the Yukon Territory by a party of three m
PROPELLANT PROFILES fifth edition - SOLD OUT Wolfe Publishing Company The most convenient reference available to American reloaders from the last 45 years. Includes manufacturers and authors' recommended loads and tips. Newly revised and updated to include the newer pow
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SHOOTING BUFFALO RIFLES of the OLD WEST Mike Venturino The latest reprint of Mike Venturino’s series on Old West firearms, SHOOTING BUFFALO RIFLES of the OLD WEST, evokes memories of these historic rifles, and the colorful characters who shot them, from a
Wings-From Burma to the Himalayas John W Gordon Indelibly burned into the memories of the fliers of the China-Burma-India theater are the experiences told by Gordon of flying the uncharted skies of the Hump in C-47s. An action Packed historical ad