Speer Reloading Manual number 11
G Cond, Scuffing on edges, Hard cover, name written inside front cover
The manual is greatly detailed with nice pictures, making it easy to understand for someone who is starting reloading for the first time. This manual is great for someone who is starting into the hand reloading hobby as it is super easy to understand and follow. You will be reloading in no time at all.
Game Loads and Practical Ballistics for the American Hunter. Hagel
G Cond, Scuffing to dust cover and small tears
Includes specific information on powders, cases, primers, and types of bullets for different game and ranges and practical advice on the performance of different loads and bullets for specific hunting conditions, terrains, and range problems.
Western Ammunition Handbook. 5th Edn.
V G Cond
East Alton, Ill. Western Cartridge Co. 1937. Paperback. 72 p.: illustrations; 19 cm. Red and blue paper covers. No date of publication. The Western Cartridge Co. was established in 1898 by Franklin W. Olin at East Alton, Ill. In 1931, he purchased the bankrupt Winchester company. The 1936 Camp Perry National Matches are referred to several times, suggesting that this was published in 1937. Intended as an "authoritative ammunition guide for those who shoot with rifle, pistol or shotgun."--p. 3. Includes information on ballistics, cartridges, and sight adjustment, with a guide to how to sight your rifle, a glossary on trade terms and abbreviations, a reference table of European automatic pistols and American cartridges adaptable to them, and a table containing specifications and ballistics of Western rifle cartridges.
Complete Book of Practical Handloading. Wootters
G Cond, some scuffing to cover edges. Paperback.
Details the basic concepts that help you visualize what happens when you pull the trigger, from the fall of the firing pin to the bullet's impact on the target.
Winchester Repeating Arms Catalogue 1891. Reprint
New Haven, CT Winchester Repeating Arms Company 1891 Facsimile Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued
84 pages, illustrations, pictorial wrappers, very good. Facsimile reprint. "Winchester Repeating Fire Arms. Single SHot Rifles, Rifled Muskets, Carbines, Hunting and Target Rifles, Repeating Shot Guns, Hotchkiss Magazine Fire Arms for Military and Sporting Use and Metallic Cartridges of All Kinds." ; 84 pages
Handloaders Guide. Trzoniec
Describes the tools, equipment, and materials needed for reloading handgun and rifle ammunition, looks at different kinds of cartridges, and answers common questions about handloading.
The Union Metallic Cartridge Co 1910 Reprint
Secondhand V G Condition
In 1888, Remington was purchased by Marcus Hartley and Partners, a major sporting goods chain who also owned the Union Metallic Cartridge Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Around 1910, Remington and Union Metallic Cartridge were combined into a single entity, called Remington UMC.
Ammunition (Including Grenades and Mines) . Halsey, Goad
The book concentrates on the requirements methods of operation and design principles of the range of different kinds of ammunition. It is intended primarily for the young and middle piece army officer. It is illustrated with drawings.
Practical Handgun Ballistics. Williams
Secondhand, small dustcover tears and grubby. Binding tight.
Authors present factual information on the practical aspects of ammunition performance in revolvers and pistols.
Part 1 - Interior Ballistics
Part 2 - Exterior Ballistics Part 3 - Terminal Ballistics
The NRA Handloader's Guide; An enlarged and revised edition.
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The NRA Handloader's Guide was compiled from the pages of The American Rifleman. This revised edition contains 88 more pages and has been reorganized to make it easier to use. There are 75 major articles and 33 short articles on general aspects of handloading, in addition to 56 articles of specific loading information for rifle, shotgun and handgun.
This edition includes not only the purely technical data on cartridges and loads and techniques but the background material important to a full understanding of handloading.
Cartridges for Breechloading Rifles. Mattenheimer
"Cartridges for Breech-Loading Rifles: A Contribution to Firearms Instruction" by A. Mattenheimer. Published in 1989 by Armory Publications Oceanside. First English Edition, originally published in German. Book is in Like-New condition, dust jacket is in very good condition.
British Artillery Ammunition 1780. Caruana.
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A compilation of text and illustrations detailing all the forms of ammunition available during the 18th century. Included are case, grape, shells, fuses, carcasses, smoke and light balls, cartridges, quickmatch, portfires and tubes.
Cartridges for Collectors. Vol 3. Datig
Secondhand, Mylar covered, VG to Ex cond
This is the third volume in a series of reference books on cartridge identification compiled for gun enthusiasts in general and cartridge collectors in particular. CARTRIDGES FOR COLLECTORS, VOLUME III, is supplemental to the first two volumes in this series and none of the almost 300 cartridges contained in this third volume are to be found in the others. All cartridges listed are accompanied by ACTUAL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS, accurate measurements such as case length, diameter at mouth, diameter of head, diameter of rim, bullet diameter, bullet weight and muzzle velocity. All of the foregoing measurements are average and taken from actual examples of the various rounds in every instance possible. Also covered are notes on history, designers, principal weapons to which each round is chambered and any other pertinent data obtainable which might be of interest and value. While Volume I dealt with the subject of centerfire, drawn brass, externally primed metric, British and American types and Volume II continued those plus the the addition of rimfire and patent ignition sections, Volume III deletes the latter but adds the new "N.A.T.O." variations plus "Plastic Cased Cartridges". A full index and bibliography are included.