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Firearms includes a detailed historiecal overview of firearms from the medieval period to the present day, along with entries on individual weapons, and technical spreads explining how weapons work.

Each weapon is accompanied by a photograph or illustration ad a full specification.

Includes 350 weapons divided into 5 sections: handguns, muskets and rifles, submachine guns,

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Hardcover, 304 pages
Published April 15th 2008 by Parragon, Incorporated (first published 2008)
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Calvin
Very cool. It is very easy to read. It has at-a-glance stat boxes on a lot of guns. The best part is that it doesn't have page long explanations of the guns. It's kept short and sweet, with the longest explanations being a short paragraph or two.
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