United States Martial Pistols and Revolvers

By: Gluckman, Arcadi

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Book Condition: Very Good


No jacket, spine faintly toned. 1939 Hard Cover. United States Martial Pistols and Revolvers, first published in 1939, provides firearm collectors and enthusiasts with a single authoritative volume containing information on the development and description of martial short arms, from the flintlock pistol that was available at the birth of the nation to the latest available handguns during the World War I. This book is particularly useful to collectors as an important reference source, offering a listing of single-shot pistols, revolvers, and semiautomatic pistols, over the period of 1799–1917. Gluckman covers the brief histories of more than one hundred handguns, going into the specific details of the chemistry of gunpowder and the development of the first automatic firearms. Following innovators like Reverend Alexander Forsyth, John P. Lindsay, and Samuel Colt, the evolution of the weapons is carefully examined over time. The comprehensive text is accompanied by a series of original illustrations of the pistols and revolvers, demonstrating the specifics of many gun mechanisms. For experts and the more casual hobbyist alike, this book offers a unique collection of information on martial pistols and revolvers in the United States, up until WWI.

Title: United States Martial Pistols and Revolvers

Author: Gluckman, Arcadi

Categories: Reference, American, Firearms & Weaponry,

Publisher: Otto Ulbrich Co.: 1939

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2289094

Keywords: UNITED STATES AMERICA AMERICAN HISTORY MARTIAL PISTOLS REVOLVERS REFERENCE ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES WEAPONRY FIREARMS,