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Seven Serpents. The History of Colt's Snake Guns. Brown
Seven Serpents. The History of Colt's Snake Guns. Brown


 
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This new hardcover book is the only reference/coffee table book ever published exclusively on Colt?s Snake Guns. Undoubtedly, Snake Guns currently have the highest demand of any collectible firearm! Features of this new Standard Edition include: All seven of Colt's Snake Guns are represented and chapters include: Anaconda (28 pages), Boa (10 pages), Cobra (22 pages), Diamondback (56 pages), King Cobra (34 pages), Python (140 pages), and Viper (10 pages). Information includes model histories, as well as detailed information and specifications on most variations including dates of manufacture, finishes, barrel lengths, calibers, sights, grips, and additional features/options. 344 pages with over 350 high-res color images (mostly life size) depict all the variations, including many engraving options, boxes, accessories, catalogs, factory letters, owner's manuals, warranty cards, and price sheets. Large landscape format is 9 1/4" H x 12 1/4" W. Informative and fascinating Snake Gun Performance Spreadsheet compares the investment performance of these guns against gold, silver, stocks, and other traditional investments over the past 55 years. Serialization charts allow year of manufacture to be determined on most Snake Guns. Limited/Special Editions production totals are also included. A thorough Index is also provided. Here's what the readers are saying: "This book, without question, will become one of the absolute best sources of information regarding the line of Colt "serpent" firearms for decades to come. While numerous books have been written on Samuel Colt's Single Action Army revolvers, there has never been an authoritative reference book done on these double-action revolvers-that is, until now."

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