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Air  Guns. Wolff. Air Guns. Wolff.

Historical reference covering many makers, European & American guns, canes & more. Illus; 204 pgs.

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Daisy Air Rifles and BB Guns. The First 100 years. Punchard. Daisy Air Rifles and BB Guns. The First 100 years. Punchard.

Few brand names in American history enjoy the same instant recognition as Daisy. Since 1888, children and adults alike, have considered the name synonymous with BB guns. Inexplicably, this highly designed look back at the first 100 years of Daisy BB rifles and pistols, toy and cork guns, accessories, packaging, and period advertising and literature is the book of its kind to examine the history of this legend, let alone in such a stylish fashion.
Flash back to the days of your youth and recall fond memories of your Daisy. Daisy Air Rifles and BB Guns looks back fondly on the first 100 years of Daisy BB rifles and pistols, toy and cork guns, accessories, packaging, period advertising and literature. Wacky ads and catalogs conjure grins of pure nostalgia as chapters reveal how Daisy used a combination of savvy business sense and quality products to dominate the market.

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Quackenbush Guns. Groenewold Quackenbush Guns. Groenewold

When you mention H.M. Quackenbush or just Quackenbush to a gun collector, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the .22 calibre rim fire rifles made by the H.M. Quackenbush Company. When you mention H.M. Quackenbush to an air gun collector the first thing that usually comes to mind is the most common air rifle, the Number 1. Mention those words to anyone else and there is no telling what response you will get. Most people and many experienced collectors are just not familiar with the man, company or products. The company has been in existence since 1871.

Our Price: $135.00
Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005. Thrale Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005. Thrale

Webley Air Rifles" comprises a comprehensive history of all the air rifles made by the company between 1925 and 2005; from the introduction of the Mark 1, right through to modern pre-charged guns such as the Venom Viper. Beyond dealing with the rifles themselves, this book also covers the circumstances under which the early rifles were introduced, together with information as to how and why they were subsequently developed in the way they were. It also examines the myriad of fascinating accessories produced to complement the Webley air rifle, together with a chapter discussing the various promotional aids and advertising material used. All these artefacts are supported by colour photographs, some of which have never been published before. This is a book not just for those who collect Webley air rifles, but for anyone interested in how one of England's greatest firearms manufacturers introduced a fascinating range of air rifles and accessories, the popularity of which is still great after some eighty years of production.
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Our Price: $170.00