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Gun Digest 2022 76th Edition The World s Greatest Gun Book

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Now in its 76th edition, Gun Digest 2022 is the most-anticipated annual guide to all things new and exciting in the world of firearms. Informative and entertaining articles by the top writers in the field cover every aspect of guns and shooting, including hunting, personal defense, target practice, gun making and collecting. Historical articles provide a look at the role firearms have played in the United States and around the world. "The World's Greatest Gun Book" has remained true to its roots, year after year, for more than three quarters of a century. Gun Digest offers original, expertly written content in what is truly the most comprehensive collection of firearms information in print today.

Gun Digest 2004

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Provides an updated catalog and reference section, thousands of full-color and black-and-white photographs, new product reports that cover a wide range of topics, and current feature articles. Original.

2021 Standard Catalog of Firearms

Author : Jerry Lee
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MORE GUNS! MORE VALUES! MORE OF WHAT YOU NEED! In the Updated Standard Catalog of Firearms 31st Edition! For more than a quarter century Standard Catalog of Firearms has been the leading illustrated guide to guns and their values, offering more of what the firearms enthusiast and collector needs -- more photos, more prices and more guns! Every edition is updated with the newest entries from today's manufacturers of handguns, rifles and shotguns, plus the latest values from a wide range of experts, editors and auction houses for virtually every gun made or sold. 2021 Standard Catalog of Firearms is a must-have guide to commercial firearms, past and present. Inside You'll Find: More than 7,500 photos with extensive descriptions that let you know what it's worth. Updated values and up to six condition grades, for a total of more than 110,000 prices. 16-page full-color photo section showcasing extraordinary double rifles. A guide to Firearms Trade Names covering more than 150 years of gun history. Whether you're a serious gun collector, a casual gun-show trader, a hunter or recreational shooter, if you buy, sell or trade firearms, Standard Catalog of Firearms is the best insurance you can buy!

Rimfire Revolution A Complete Guide to Modern 22 Rifles

Author : Michael R Shea
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The .22 Long Rifle caliber is the most popular ammunition and firearm chambering in the world. It's a backyard plinker, small-game hunter, tactical trainer and Olympic medalist. Along with its .17-caliber cousins, the humble .22 LR is undergoing a massive resurgence in the United States, and around the world, especially in places like the United Kingdom and New Zealand, which effectively ban centerfire chamberings. The rimfire rifle, an historic centerpiece of the shooting community, is trending in a big way, and this book brings the topic into current times. Every major gun manufacturer has brought at least one new rimfire rifle to the market in the last two years, and these models are covered in detail. A sampling of topics included in this full-color work: complete coverage of semi-autos and how they work; the magic of bolt-action accuracy; advice on sharpening up shooting accuracy; match shooting and how to succeed; DIY precision gunsmithing; hunting with rimfires; and the future of the rimfire market. And, to guarantee this work provides complete rimfire coverage, the author also goes deep into the capabilities of the "Might Mice," the .17s: 17HM2, 17HMR and 17WSM.

Whitaker s Cumulative Book List

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Knives 2021

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Discover stunning custom knives! Throughout history, knives of untold numbers of styles, materials and designs have been carried as tools, weapons and adornments -- and each knife has a distinct attraction all its own. That allure has helped custom knifemaking evolve, and continue to grow and thrive today. The pages of Knives 2021, 41th Edition gives you the most elite crop of knives and makers that the world of blades has to offer. Knives 2021 showcases blades of every class and style with more than 800 spectacular full-color images, along with descriptions of the makers who created them. Inside this 41th edition of Knives you will find captivating feature articles on a wide variety of knife styles and designs, the latest trends and state of the art in materials, patterns and fabrication that will not disappoint any knife enthusiast--whether you're a newcomer or a seasoned edge aficionado. In addition, you can utilize the completely updated Custom Knifemaker Directory to find the creator of your next favorite blade. Enthralling articles about the legendary Bowie knife, Wharncliffe edges, tomahawk evolution, dive knives, traveling with blades, tactical folders and more. Trends chapter with the hottest designs for flippers, daggers, sushi knives, fighters, straight razors, tantos, folding saws, ultra-thin setups and pocket knives. State of the Art chapter parades carved, sculpted, damascus, engraved, san mai steel and artisan knives from some of the world's most skilled craftsmen. The comprehensive Custom Knifemaker Directory includes contact information, websites, specialties, materials, price ranges, tools, tang stamps and comments. Knives 2021 is your go-to resource for all things knives, blades and edges. Dive into the world's greatest knife book and discover the wonderful universe of custom blades.

Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Million Dollar Barrage

Author : Justin G. Prince
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At the beginning of the twentieth century, field artillery was a small, separate, unsupported branch of the U.S. Army. By the end of World War I, it had become the “King of Battle,” a critical component of American military might. Million-Dollar Barrage tracks this transformation. Offering a detailed account of how American artillery crews trained, changed, adapted, and fought between 1907 and 1923, Justin G. Prince tells the story of the development of modern American field artillery—a tale stretching from the period when field artillery became an independent organization to when it became an equal branch of the U.S. Army. The field artillery entered the Great War as a relatively new branch. It separated from the Coast Artillery in 1907 and established a dedicated training school, the School of Fire at Fort Sill, in 1911. Prince describes the challenges this presented as issues of doctrine, technology, weapons development, and combat training intersected with the problems of a peacetime army with no good industrial base. His account, which draws on a wealth of sources, ranges from debates about U.S. artillery practices relative to those of Europe, to discussions of the training, equipping, and performance of the field artillery branch during the war. Prince follows the field artillery from its plunge into combat in April 1917 as an unprepared organization to its emergence that November as an effective fighting force, with the Meuse-Argonne Offensive proving the pivotal point in the branch’s fortunes. Million-Dollar Barrage provides an unprecedented analysis of the ascendance of field artillery as a key factor in the nation’s military dominance.

Magazines for Libraries

Author : William A. Katz
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"There is nothing comparable to Magazines for Libraries...a valuable tool for collection development (it) should be considered by academic & public libraries. - -Booklist "Faced with dwindling budgets, soaring subscription rates,...librarians can ill afford not to consult (indeed, to familiarize themselves with) this core collection development tool. - -Reference & Research Book News. "With subscription rates soaring & library acquisition budgets restricted as never before, this acclaimed selection guide has never been more timely or more important. - -Wisconsin Bookwatch. Large budget or small, you'll build the best magazine collection possible for your money with this brand-new version of Magazines for Libraries, by Bill Katz & Linda Sternberg Katz & their team of 174 experts. The new 10th Edition of this highly acclaimed selection guide: Provides detailed evaluations of more than 8,000 top-rated periodicals, selected from more than 170,000 possibilities.*Indexes titles under 158 subjects, including such new headings as Landscape Architecture, Fashion & others *Profiles all types of publications - general-interest magazines, research journals & high-quality commercial publications suitable for a range of libraries in public, academic, special, government & school settings. And to make it easier to locate the periodicals you need, Magazines for Libraries contains a detailed Subject Index that helps you zero in on even the most specific subject areas.

An Air Power Bibliography

Author : Raymond Estep
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The Literary Digest

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From Dead Ends to Cold Warriors

Author : Peter W.Y. Lee
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After World War II, studies examining youth culture on the silver screen start with James Dean. But the angst that Dean symbolized—anxieties over parents, the “Establishment,” and the expectations of future citizen-soldiers—long predated Rebels without a Cause. Historians have largely overlooked how the Great Depression and World War II impacted and shaped the Cold War, and youth contributed to the national ideologies of family and freedom. From Dead Ends to Cold Warriors explores this gap by connecting facets of boyhood as represented in American film from the 1930s to the postwar years. From the Andy Hardy series to pictures such as The Search, Intruder in the Dust, and The Gunfighter, boy characters addressed larger concerns over the dysfunctional family unit, militarism, the “race question,” and the international scene as the Korean War began. Navigating the political, social, and economic milieus inside and outside of Hollywood, Peter W.Y. Lee demonstrates that continuities from the 1930s influenced the unique postwar moment, coalescing into anticommunism and the Cold War.

Army Navy Air Force Journal Register

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CD Review Digest

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Canadian Periodical Index

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Books in Print

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AB Bookman s Weekly

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The Publishers Trade List Annual

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Field and Stream

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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
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