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Smith & Wesson Hand Guns

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“The story of Smith & Wesson handguns and their evolution is one of the hallowed tales of American firearms’ history,” according to the firearms writer Jim Casada. Anyone who collects Smith & Wessons or is simply interested in their backstory will cherish this book.

Though originally published in 1945, more than half a century ago, Smith & Wesson Hand Guns remai
Paperback, 256 pages
Published June 4th 2013 by Skyhorse Publishing (first published 1945)
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Dec 26, 2014 Checkman rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Gun buffs
Originally published in 1945 "Smith & Wesson Hand Guns" is a classic in the world of firearm publications. For many decades after it's publication it was the reference book for Smith & Wesson collectors. In the past twenty-five years that situation has changed and this book is now a historical artifact, but still of real usefulness if one collects Smith & Wesson handguns made before and during World War II.

In addition to covering the many different models made by Smith & Wesso
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