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     Gun Digest 2012
Publisher: Gun Digest Books
Author(s): Dan Shideler

Since 1944, Gun Digest has been regarded as the shooter's No. 1 resource. The 2012 edition continues the tradition of bringing you more of everything that firearms fanatics crave!

Features in-depth articles about the world's most fascinating guns, testfire reports on the latest models, insights about fine collectibles, and roundups of what's new from leading manufacturers... you simply won't find a more comprehensive collection of firearms information.

Whether you're interested in the latest tactical firearms or want to learn more about firearms history ? or anything else related to guns and shooting ? you'll find it in Gun Digest 2012.

It's All Here:

  • Rifles, Handguns & Shotguns
  • Tactical Firearms
  • Engraved & Custom Guns
  • Ammunition
  • Air Guns
  • Gunsmithing Supplies
  • Muzzloaders
  • Shooting Products for Women

About the Editor The late Dan Shideler (1960-2011) was a senior editor for Gun Digest Books and best-known as editor of the 2010-2012 editions of Gun Digest. During his seven years with F+W Media, Shideler also edited the Standard Catalog of Firearms, Modern Gun Values, The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices, and numerous other titles.



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     Gas, Air, and Spring Guns of the World (Stackpole Classic Gun Book) (Stackpole Classic Gun Books)
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Author(s): W. H. B. Smith

At the time of its publication, this was the first American text to deal with high power, high precision air and gas weapons. Representative samples of every major world manufacturer were gathered for personal testing to check the manufacturers' varying claims. It includes photographs, operational drawings, specifications, and test results of every major world manufacturer. This professional encyclopaedia is an important addition to the library of any firearms collector, dealer, or historian.

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     Air Guns
Publisher: Milwaukee Publich Museum
Author(s): Eldon Wolff



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     Guns Illustrated 2011: The Latest Guns, Specs & Prices (Guns Illustrated: The Journal of Gun Buffs)
Publisher: Gun Digest Books
Author(s): Dan Shideler

YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR GUNS, AMMO & GEAR

Get the complete low-down on what's new in the shooting industry with Guns Illustrated 2011. Stuffed with photos and behind-the-scenes peeks at today's hottest guns and gear, Guns Illustrated 2011 is an economical guide to the latest and greatest guns, shooting supplies and accessories. Before you spend another dollar on guns or gear, arm yourself with the facts-with Guns Illustrated 2011!



IT'S ALL HERE!



  • Reports from the Field

  • Handguns

  • Rifles

  • Shotguns

  • Ammo

  • Reloading Supplies

  • Optics

  • Airguns

  • Black Powder

  • Informative Articles on Special-Interest Guns

  • Ballistics Tables

  • Manufacturers Directory

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     Air Gun
Publisher: Milwaukee Public Museum
Author(s): Eldon G. Wolff



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     Air Rifle Shooting for Pest Control and Rabbiting
Publisher: Crowood Press
Author(s): John Bezzant

The air rifle is a very effective weapon for the control of rabbits and vermin.�This comprehensive book is essential reading for all those who wish to become accurate, skilled, caring air rifle shooters who are safe and ethical in the pursuit of their quarry.�The book demonstrates how to learn to shoot an air rifle safely and accurately and how to construct your own 40-yard range, it discusses shooting techniques and all the firing positions, and it considers the advantages and disadvantages of using air rifles for pest control and rabbiting. It also�analyzes and tests in the field specific models of air rifle and considers what to look for when deciding to purchase a rifle;�covers ballistics, loading, scopes, zeroing, range finding, windage, the difference between good and bad mounts, ammunition, field craft, clothing, and knives; and�examines the characteristics of the various quarry species (rabbits, wood pigeons, feral pigeon, and rats). Summarizing the law as it relates to air rifle hunting, this guide also�considers the ethical aspects of the sport, including care of the quarry, how to track down and dispatch injured quarry, and how to dispatch rabbits humanely.�A detailed chapter�explains how to maintain your hunting rifle in good working order. Produced with the technical assistance of top professionals inthe field of gun and scope manufacturing, the guide is aimed at those interested in air rifle shooting, pest control, rabbiting, and country pursuits in general.



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     Adventures from the Technology Underground: Catapults, Pulsejets, Rail Guns, Flamethrowers, Tesla Coils, Air Cannons, and the Garage Warriors Who Love Them
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Author(s): William Gurstelle

The technology underground is a thriving, humming, and often literally scintillating subculture of amateur inventors and scientific envelope-pushers who dream up, design, and build machines that whoosh, rumble, fly?and occasionally hurl pumpkins across enormous distances. In the process they astonish us with what is possible when human imagination and ingenuity meet nature?s forces and materials. William Gurstelle spent two years exploring the most fascinating outposts of this world of wonders: meeting and talking to the men and women who care far more for the laws of physics than they do for mundane matters like government regulations and their own personal safety.

Adventures from the Technology Underground is Gurstelle?s lively and weirdly compelling report of his travels. In these pages we meet Frank Kosdon and others who draw the scrutiny of the FAA, ATF, and other federal agencies in their pursuit of high-power amateur rocketry, which they demonstrate to impressive?and sometimes explosive?effect at the annual LDRS gathering held in various remote and unpopulated areas (a necessary consideration since that acronym stands for Large Dangerous Rocket Ships). Here also are the underground technologists who turn up at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada high desert, including Lucy Hosking, ?the engineer from Hell? and the creator of Satan?s Calliope, aka the World?s Loudest Thing, a pipe organ made from jet engines. Also at Burning Man is Austin ?Dr. MegaVolt? Richard, who braves the arcing, sputtering, six-digit voltages of a giant Tesla coil in his protective metal suit. Add in a trip to see medieval-style catapults, air cannons, and supersized slingshots in action at the World Championship Punkin Chunkin competition in Sussex County, Delaware, and forays to the postapocalyptic enclaves of the flamethrower builders and the future-noir pits of the fighting robots, and you have proof positive that the age of invention is still going strong.

In the world of science and engineering, despite its buttoned-down image, there?s plenty of fun, humor, and sheer wonder to be found at the fringes. Adventures from the Technology Underground takes you there.


? Launch homemade high-power rockets.

? Catapult pumpkins the better part of a mile.

? Watch robot gladiators saw, flip, and pound one another into high-tech junk heaps.

? Dazzle the eye with electrical discharges measured in the hundreds of thousands of volts.

? Play with flamethrowers, potato guns, and other decidedly unsafe toys . . .


If this is your idea of fun, you?ll have a major good time on this wild ride through today?s Technology Underground.

From the Burning Man festival in Nevada?s high desert to the latest gathering of Large Dangerous Rocket Ship builders to Delaware?s annual Punkin Chunkin competition (a celebration of ?science, radical self-expression, and beer?), you?ll meet the inspired, government-unregulated, and corporately unfettered men and women who operate at the furthest fringes of science, engineering, and wild-eyed arc welding, building the catapults, ultra-high-voltage electrical devices, incendiary artworks, fighting robots, and other machines that demonstrate what?s possible when physics meets human ingenuity.


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     Air Gun Digest
Publisher: DBI Books Inc.
Author(s): J. I. Galan, Jess Galan

A stellar report on pneumatic, spring-piston, CO2, and other airguns. Get the low-down on hunting and airgun competition, plus airgun history, trends, and technology. Includes a comprehensive comparison of 30 popular airguns.

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     The Practical Guide to Man-Powered Weapons and Ammunition: Experiments with Catapults, Musketballs, Stonebows, Blowpipes, Big Airguns, and Bulletbows
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Author(s): Richard Middleton

David slew Goliath with his slingshot: for millennia that was the norm, as men used a variety of non-explosive weapons to fire small stones and carefully rounded bullets of clay, glass, and even steel and lead. This unusual study explores in practical detail the many ways, old and new, in which man shot projectiles without recourse to gunpowder. They include the bow and arrow, a favorite for the last 10,000 years; pump-up air guns; blowpipes; catapults; and homemade lead musketballs. There?s information on ammunition and velocity, as well as a lively personal narrative filled with humor and the spirit of experimentation.


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     American Air Rifles
Publisher: Krause Publications
Author(s): James E. House, J. E. House

Pellet rifles aren't just for youngsters. Casual shooters, plinkers, and hunters of all ages have discovered hours of shooting enjoyment in their backyard or basement. Now air rifle enthusiasts can gain a better understanding of their hobby with this essential reference. Available air rifles chambered for.177,.20, and.22 caliber are evaluated, providing the guidance readers need to wisely choose an air rifle specific to their needs. Performance data is included for more than a dozen models from such manufacturers as Daisy, Crosman, Benjamin-Sheridan, Beeman, and Gamo. Air rifle ballistics, sights, pellets, games, and hunting caliber recommendations are thoroughly explained to help shooters get the most out of their American air rifles.

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     The Gun Ketch (Alan Lewrie Naval Adventures)
Publisher: McBooks Press
Author(s): Dewey Lambdin

It's 1786 and Alan Lewrie has his own ship at last, the Alacrity. Small but deadly, the Alacrity prowls the waters of the Caribbean, protecting British merchants from pirates. But Lewrie is still the same old rakehell he always was. Scandal sets tongues wagging in the Bahamas as the young captain thumbs his nose at propriety and makes a few well-planned conquests on land before sailing off to take on Calico Jack Finney, the boldest pirate in the Caribbean.


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     CO2 Pistols & Rifles
Publisher: Krause Publications
Author(s): James House

Current safety trends encourage shooters to opt for guns of less power, especially CO2-powered guns. Several airgun shooters are not required to go through the traditional buying procedures of high-powered pistols and rifles, such as background checks and waiting periods. Plus, companies such as Colt, Smith & Wesson, and Walther manufacture high quality CO2 products that are visually indistinguishable from their traditional firearms.





In this new guide to CO2-powered pistols and rifles, James E. House offers a comprehensive history of CO2 guns, dating back to the 1930s, and a discussion of propulsion, pellets, and sights. Beginning shooters are introduced to the market with a complete analysis on performance and accuracy of currently available products. Airgun enthusiasts are reunited with CO2 classics no longer being manufactured. This book also offers additional sections on target shooting, games, and varmints.





  • Offers a comprehensive history of CO2 pistols and rifles dating back to the 1930s




  • Includes a categorical review of BB pistols, .177 caliber pistols, .20 and .22 caliber pistols, and rifles




  • Discover products currently available only on the secondary market


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     LEGO Heavy Weapons: Build Working Replicas of Four of the World's Most Impressive Guns
Publisher: No Starch Press
Author(s): Jack Streat

From LEGO guns mastermind and 18 year-old YouTube sensation Jack Streat comes LEGO Heavy Weapons, a collection of complete building instructions for four truly impressive, 1:1-scale replicas of the world's most iconic firearms.

LEGO Heavy Weapons will show you how to build brick-based models of:

  • A massive Desert Eagle handgun, with working blowback action
  • The compact but deadly AKS-74U assault rifle with folding stock
  • A bolt-action Lee Enfield sniper rifle (a.k.a. Jungle Carbine)
  • A pump action SPAS combat shotgun

Each set of instructions includes a complete parts listing, so you can find (or special order) any hard-to-find bricks. The book's illustrated, step-by-step building instructions will be clear to anyone who's ever played with LEGO bricks, and the biggest models will challenge and delight even the most serious builders.



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     Total Airguns: The Complete Guide to Hunting with Air Rifles, 2nd Edition
Publisher: Quiller Press Limited
Author(s): Peter Wadeson

  • The definitive reference work of its kind
  • Fully revised and updated second edition includes the latest information on legal quarry species, rifle types, and equipment -- plus a chapter covering the law and safety
  • A must-have for the modern day airgun hunter covering everything from choosing a rifle, gun handling. sighting systems, ammo choices, accessories, the uses of camo, fieldcraft and hunting techniques


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     Webley Air Pistols: Their History and Development
Publisher: Robert Hale
Author(s): Gordon Bruce

Despite a long history of involvement in the design and production of firearms, the Birmingham firm of Webley & Scott is probably better known to the general public for its manufacture of airguns than for any other product. Until now, there has been no published reference that concentrates exclusively on the history and development of Webley air pistols. This book has been prepared to offer a comprehensive guide for all those interested in the subject and who appreciate the traditional British craftsmanship entailed. It embraces all models based upon the same initial patent, which were produced between the years 1924 and 1999, commencing with the original 'Mark 1' and progressing through twelve other models to the final 'Webley Tempest' introduced more than half a century later. In addition to the pistols themselves, there are sections of the book relating to pellet styles and various shooting accessories produced by the same company. The whole work is divided into twenty-two sections, the text being accompanied throughout with 226 original photographs and over 70 line illustrations, each of which has been prepared by the author.


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     Air Rifle Hunting
Publisher: Crowood Press
Author(s): John Darling

This book is a captivating and highly informative guide to the techniques of being effective as a hunter with a modern precision air rifle in today's countryside.


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     9th Edition Blue Book of Airguns
Publisher: Blue Book Publications, Inc.
Author(s): Beeman, Dr. Robert, Allen, John B.

Blue Book Publications, Inc. is proud to announce the release of its newest publication the 9th Edition Blue Book of Airguns by Dr. Robert D. Beeman and John B. Allen, edited by S.P. Fjestad, Author & Publisher of the Blue Book of Gun Values. This new 616 page publication is the only resource for up-to-date information and prices/values on both modern and vintage airguns. Most of the information in this new softcover, paper trade publication is simply not available anywhere else, at any price! Co-written by the Godfather of the Airgun Industry, Dr. Robert D. Beeman, as well as John B. Allen, longtime associate editor for the Blue Book of Gun Values, the new 9th Edition Blue Book of Airguns contains most popular 2011 and vintage makes and models, detailed descriptions, over 1,200 B&W images identifying most popular makes and models, with up-to-date pricing. Sections on such vintage trademarks as Daisy, Crosman, Benjamin, and Feinwerkbau have also been greatly expanded. Also included for this edition is a color Photo Grading SystemTM that allows readers to stop guessing at airgun condition factors. After all, if the condition factor isn t right, the price will be wrong! Additionally, a greatly expanded Trademark Index is provided with the most current information available on modern manufacturers and trademarks. Well-known airgun writer Tom Gaylord gives an in-depth analysis of what s new in the airgun world in his article, Gaylord Reports What s New for 2011.

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     Daisy Air Rifles & BB Guns The First 100 Years
Publisher: MBI
Author(s): Neal Punchard

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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     The Men Behind the Guns The History of Enlisted Aerial Gunnery 1917-1991 Air Force Gunners
Publisher: Turner
Author(s): Turner Publishing

History of the airforce gunners from early days through World War II and later


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     Hunting with Air Rifles: A Complete Guide
Publisher: Northumbria University Press
Author(s): Mathew Manning

A valuable handbook for novice and experienced hunters, this guide covers all of the aspects of air rifle hunting. From choosing the right gun, ammunition, and accessories to perfecting shooting stances and understanding hunting laws, this reference provides an in-depth look into the sport. Delineating hunting techniques for various species?including stalking, decoying, baiting, and lamping?this manual contains clear instructions on game preparation as well as simple and delicious recipes to be prepared at home. Unique and informative, this guidebook presents a safe and humane approach to air rifle hunting.



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