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MAN AT ARMS MAGAZINE
FOR THE GUN AND SWORD COLLECTOR

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1979
*Volume One, Number One; January/February 1979
Requiem for a Colloquialism; Hell’s Angels on Horseback: The United States Dragoons; A New England Gunsmith: George Pratt Foster 1810–1874; Small Swords—Overlooked Collectibles; The Jasper Parrish Pipe Tomahawk; Uniforms of the Confederate States Navy; The “Fourth” Reich: Reproduction Nazi Edged Weapons and How to Spot Them; Best of Springfield: Theodore Roosevelt and the ‘03 Rod Bayonet. Color copy, $15.
*Volume One, Number Two; March/April 1979
Las Vegas and Houston: A Tale of Two Arms Shows; The Turkish Connection: the Saga of the Peabody-Martini Rifle; Stolen: A Town’s Treasure; In Search of Jeremiah Snow—Revolutionary War Sword Cutler; Making Displays with Plastic; A Consumer’s Guide to Civil War Breechloaders; Daniel Smith: Frontier Surveyor; Soldiers in the Attic (Your Dad’s Toy Soldiers May Be Gold in Today’s Market); Best of Springfield: Experimental Weapon — or Joke? Color copy, $15.
*Volume One, Number Three; May/June 1979
The Gunsmith as Detective: Tracing the Tulle Marine Musket; The Berdan Sharps Rifle; Swords of the Masonic Orders; A Missing-Link Bayonet; Elisha Crain’s Siege of Boston Map Horn; Gunpowder Containers: Colorful Collectibles; An Appreciation of a Late English Flintlock; Best of Springfield: All Present and Accounted For? Color copy, $15.
*Volume One, Number Four; July/August 1979
The Gunmakers of Doune; The Earliest Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords; Collecting Highland Military Regalia; Underground Warfare: Hunting for Relics on Civil War Battlefields; Committee of Safety Musket — Prove It!; Auction Report: In the Field... The Bourne Auction; Best of Springfield: The Boxlock Martial. Color copy, $15.
*Volume One, Number Five; September/October 1979
Colt & the Old Model S (circa 1915–1947); The Baltimore City Police Baby Russians; Brown Besses at Boston; Dr. Gatling’s Prescription...A Gun to End All Wars; Thoughts on the Eaglehead Hanger; America’s Finest Revolutionary Powder Horn Engraver; The Great Collectors: Charles Samuel Addams; Best of Springfield: An Interesting Battlefield Relic. Color copy, $15.
*Volume One, Number Six; November/December 1979
Airborne to Normandy: The Allies Prepare; Guns of the American Indians; Swords for Officers of the Staff and Staff Corps; The Fairbairn-Sykes: Britain’s Famed World War II Commando Knife; Profile: Robert F. Enewold; Best of Springfield: The Genhart Turret Rifle. Color copy, $15.

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1980

*Volume Two, Number One; January/February 1980
The Original Nickel-Plated Cavalry Revolver — The S&W Model 3; Christopher Roby and the Chelmsford Sword; No Visible Means of Support: A Weapons Display Technique; Historian in Wood: The Grube Sculptures; Colt’s New Service Revolver: A Study of Fine Factory-Engraved Examples; The Other Sam Colt: Samuel Pomeroy Colt; Basic Army Marksmanship Badges; Best of Springfield: J.S.A. Identified. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Two, Number Two; March/April 1980
The American Military Spirit: Patriotism and Collecting; Presentation Swords: Collecting America’s Heritage; Daniel Moore’s “National Rifle”; Colt’s Post-war Single-Action Revolver; The Westerner and Guns in Art; Breechloading and Repeating Rifles in Military Service in the 19th Century; The “Creme de la Creme” of Nazi Edged Weapons; The “Saxon Survivor;” Best of Springfield: Long Cecil. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Two, Number Three; May/June 1980
Re-Conversion — A Question of Ethics; The English Coaching Gun; Remingtons for Investment; Collecting Cased Sets: A Dilemma for the Collector; The Elegant Elite: Volunteer Militia Companies and Their Social Significance 1790-1860; Remington Rolling Blocks Deluxe; Collecting Civil War Uniforms; Swordcanes; General Alexander S. Webb’s Historic Colt; Body Armor in the Civil War; Best of Springfield: A New Look at Erskine Allin. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Two, Number Four; July/August 1980
Longknives and Yellowlegs: Dress Uniforms for Enlisted Men of the United States Cavalry, 1855–1905; Dragoons and Sabres: The Savage Recessional, 1850–1942; A Swiss Discovery: The Story of A Missing London Colt; A Sword from the Atlanta Campaign; “Old Six-Feet Barrel:” Sniping with a Hudson Valley Fowler, 1776; Winchester’s New Museum Opens; The Berdan Sharps Rifle: An Update; Fantasy Design on Powder Horns; Winchester Research for Collectors. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Two, Number Five; September/October 1980
Thoughts on a Hall Sporting Rifle; Omani Khanjar; Rapid Fire in Every Soldier’s Hands: Developing a Modern Assault Rifle; A Lost Heritage: The Personal Arms of Samuel H. Walker; A.A. White: Prince of Craftsmen; Confederate Swords. Color copy, $15.
Volume Two, Number Six; November/December 1980
Jenks Breechloaders; Truly Yours — W.B. Masterson; Small Frame Merwin and Hulberts; Ames Century, 1829–1929; A.A. White — Prince of Craftsmen, Conclusion; Standing in for the President; Retracing Steps; Tanker Garand; Identical Colt Twins. Original format, $6.95.

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1981
*Volume Three, Number One; January/Feburary 1981
Arming the Lilliputians: Collecting Miniature Weapons; The Dimensions of Collecting; Army Officers’ Swords of Imperial Germany; The Ivory Stock Winchester ‘66 of Porjirio Dtaz; The Hammond Bull Dog Derringer and Other Productions of the Connecticut Arms and Manufacturing Company; What’s in a Name? Is It Luger or Parabellum?; A Piece of History: The Mauser M1896 Broomhandle. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Three, Number Two; March/April 1981
Observation on the Flatlock Waters; Armourer to the Kings: The Historical Figures of Brian Rodden; George Catlin and the Merit of Arms, Part I; Casing the Colt Double Action Model of 1877; From the Curator’s Desk: Legacy on Loan. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Three, Number Three; May/June 1981
A Caveat to Collectors of American Colonial Firearms: B. Homer — American Gunsmith or British Lockmaker; Colt’s Vest Pocket Pistols; King’s Mountain: Ferguson Versus Dickert?; George Catlin and the Merit of Arms, Part II; The Army’s Naval Cutlasses of 1864. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Three, Number Four; July/August 1981
The Evolution of the “Kentucky” Pistol; “This Excellent and Gallant Rifle Corps:” The Model 1803 Harpers Ferry Service; The Grand Triumphal March; Tax Laws and the Gun Collector, Part I; Mont Storm Civil War Carbines. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Three, Number Five; September/October 1981
Ordnance on the James: The Story of the Richmond Armory; Colt vs. Adams; Bacon or Bullets: A Study of the Dyer Cartridge Pouch, 1870–1879; Tax Laws and the Gun Collector, Part II; The Pistol Which Fired “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World:” History of the Pitcairn Pistol; Photographic Tips for the Collector; The Collector’s License: A Dozen Years of Experience. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Three, Number Six; November/December 1981
Evolution of the Scottish Dirk; American Arms Engravers c.1830–1981; Montana Sharps: The Story of Walter Cooper; The S&W Safety: An Almost Martial. Color copy, $15.

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1982
*Volume Four, Number One; January/February 1982
The Beat of History; World of Lugers; The .22 Caliber Peacemaker; Weapons of the “Pyrates” and Buccaneers; Tax Laws and the Gun Collector, Part III. Color copy, $15.
Volume Four, Number Two; March/April 1982
Evolution of the Scottish Dirk, Pt. II; Blakeslee “Quick-loader”; Capt. A.H. Hardy; B. Homer Revisited; Winchester 1 of 1000; Gun Accidents on the Frontier; World’s Only Sporran Gun; Failure of the 1812 Musket Pattern. Original format, $6.95
Volume Four, Number Three; May/June 1982
Dog River Swords; D.M. Lefever Box-lock Guns; Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery; Liberator: A Gun for the Underdog; Duel vs. the Showdown; Portable Firearms Photography; Stamps and the Man-at-arms; First Factory Engraved Model 1894; Remington Model 51 Prototypes. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Four, Number Four; July/August 1982
A Colonial American Enigma: Pre-Revolutionary Repeating Firearms; Major Naval Presentation Swords of the Spanish American War; Thunder at Hand; A Factory Show Piece: Single Action No. 8928E; A Budget Rifle of Yesteryear: The 1893 Steyr-Jeffrey; The Military Colt Pocket Automatic Pistols. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Four, Number Five; September/October 1982
From Tula, with Love?; 18th Century Virginia Rifles; Colonial Swords of New England, Part I: Lion Head Pommels. Color copy, $15.
Volume Four, Number Six; November/December 1982
Observations on New England Flintlock Rifle; American Roulette;Wheel-Lock for an Austrian Archduchess; New Collectors Need New Themes; Roosevelt-Merrifield Connection; S&W Model 11⁄2 Tip-Up Revolver - survey. Color copy, $15.

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1983 - $3.50 per issue
*Volume Five, Number One; January/February 1983
Sharps Buffalo Rifles; Getting a Grip on Your Lightning; The Model 1847 Ames Sappers Musketoon Bayonet; The Whitneyville Armory .22 Revolvers; Aristocratic Arms Collectors: A History of Famous European Aficionados; Pitcairn at Lexington; Booth’s “Lincoln” Phila. Deringer. Color copy, $15.
Volume Five, Number Two; March/April 1983
Colt’s London Engraving; Perry Carbines; Overseas Gun Shows; Sears Roebuck Cowboy Special — Top of the Line; 19th Century Corps Badges of the U.S. Army; Target Balls — High Flying Collectibles. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Five, Number Three; May/June 1983
A Strange Renaissance: The Modern Kentucky Rifle; Rare Lugers Still Emerge; Scourge of the Trenches: America’s Combat Shotguns of World War I; The Isaac Hull Collection. Color copy, $15.
Volume Five, Number Four; July/August 1983
Henry: Underhammer Enigma; Three Remington Smoot Patent Revolvers: Serial Numbering and Production Estimates; Duel in the Army and Navy; Ugly Ducklings: Iron-Hilted Swords of the Federal Republic, 1795–1815. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Five, Number Five; September/October 1983
The Winchester ‘07 Police Rifle; Arming the Associators: The Documentation of the “Pennsylvania Committee of Safety” Musket; Not So Shining Armor: The Development of Body Armor in World War I; Scottish Silver Hilts; The Colt Manufacturing Company Fales Report. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Five, Number Six; November/December 1983
An Iron Frame Griswold; An Obscure Confederate Sword Maker: Jacob Faser (1823–1891); Rare Confederate Field Gun Identified in Louisiana; Identifying the Scarce Richmond-Made Rifle-Musket; A Mid-18th Century British Grenadier’s Sword; Aristocratic Arms Collectors: A History of Famous European Aficionados, Part II; Her Majesty’s Breechloader: The Snider Enfield. Color copy, $15.

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1984
*Volume Six, Number One; January/February 1984
The Ruggles Family: Early 19th Century New England Gunmakers; A Very Important “P” Model Colt; A Collector’s Introduction to Ruger; The Evolution of the Post-Civil War US. Bayonet; Flattery in Imitation...the “Deringers” of Slotter & Company; The Determination of Pre-1913 L.C. Smiths; Digging In: Early U.S. Army Entrenching Tools 1865–1895. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Six, Number Two; March/April 1984
“Speaks Far Gun:” Sharps Rifles and the Plains Indians; More Selective Fire Lugers; Jerry Crandall: Collector, Historian, Artist; U.S. Flintlock Musket Model 1835; The .275 Rigby-Mauser. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Six, Number Three; May/June 1984
The Starr-Wolcott Carbines; The Scovill Dies-An After Action Report; The Last of the Colt .25 Autos; The Reclassification of Colt Patterson “Ehlers” Pistols. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Six, Number Four; July/August 1984
British Pistol Dueling and Its Weapons; No Quarter for the Quarter Pike; Guest Editorial (many aspects involved in gun collecting); The Indian Princess of the Neoclassic Sword; American Military Use of Foreign Firearms 1776–1865. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Six, Number Five; September/October 1984
The Allin Conversions; Master Smiths of the Japanese Sword; Colt Panel Guns: The Colt Legacy of Sig. A.J. Foli; The Perils of Keeping Up with the Times; Johnie Bassett: Ode to a Bona Fide Collector 1919–1984; Yagers and Argonauts: The Model 1841 Rifle and the Westward Movement; An Essay on Security. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Six, Number Six; November/December 1984
An English Military Camp During Henry VIII’s Boulogne Campaign of 1544; A Preliminary Update on Peterson’s #75, Nonregulation Officers’ Sword, Civil War; Durs Egg vs. The Waterloo Bridge Co.: The Eviction of Durs Egg; Colt’s 1860 Army Revolver: Development and Variations; Enigmas Often Await the Military Blade Researcher. Color copy, $15.

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1985
Volume Seven, Number One; January/February 1985
Sgain Dubh: Fact & Fancy; From M1922M1-M2: Little Known Transition Model; Art of Scottish Firearms; Another Firearm Which Figures in the Association of Cody; Colt-FBI Classic. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Seven, Number Two; March/April 1985
U.S. Trench Knives of World War I; Notes on the Proof of New England Militia Muskets; Seven Rounds Rimfire:
The Spencer on the Frontier; “So Nobly Distinguished:” Congressional Swords for Sailing Masters and Midshipmen in the War of 1812. Color copy, $15.
Volume Seven, Number Three; May/June 1985
Wheel-lock Hunter; Miniature Portraits by Louis Daniel Nimschke; Rifles to the Missouri, The Fate of “Hall’s Hundred”; Remarks on the American Dueling Pistol; Venerable Collector’s Club Plans Benefit Auction for Metro. Museum Towards the Result, An American Arms Room at the Prestigious Museum; Rose 1812 Non-Commissioned Officer Sword (Artillery). Original format, $6.95
Volume Seven, Number Four; July/August 1985
Henry Deringer’s Early Years; Evolution of the Socket Bayonet in America; Sengo Muramasa, Infamous Swordsmith; Homers of Bilston, South Staffordshire, English Gunlockmakers to America; Tribute to Merrill K. Lindsay, a Scholar and a Gentleman. Original format, $15.
*Volume Seven, Number Five; September/October 1985
Notes on Abraham Schweitzer, Pennsylvania Rifle Maker; The Pettibone Sabre: A Swan Among the Ugly Ducklings; Schofield S&W: Results of Recent Research; Rebel Rimfires: The Henry Rifle in the Confederacy; Arnold Marcus Chernoff. Color copy, $15.
Volume Seven, Number Six; November/December 1985
Blunderbuss Pistol; Colt Rifles For the Navy; U.S. Martial Bolo; North American Indian Tomahawks. Original format, $6.95

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1986
*Volume Eight, Number One; January/Feburary 1986
A Collector’s Guide to the M1 Rifle; Photomicrographic Identification and Authentication of Antique Firearms Engraving; Merwin Hulbert: A Potpourri. Color copy, $15.
Volume Eight, Number Two; March/April 1986
Notes on the Rose Family, Swordmakers of the Philadelphia Area; Holsters of the U.S. Army 1872–1895; Enfields of the Lone Star; Film of Significance to Gun Collectors; Reminder Regarding the Prince of Liechtenstein in Exhibition. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Eight, Number Three; May/June 1986
Arms and the Man: A Profile of Nicholas McCullough, Arms and Armour Specialist at Christie’s East, New York; The Lyon-Harrah-Martin Collection of Western Americana; A Brief History and Description of the Wm. Parker Lyon Pony Express Museum; Savage RFA Co. Navy Revolver; Firearms from the Collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein; The Border Family, Gunsmiths. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Eight, Number Four; July/August 1986
The Wartime Winchesters; The Sixteenth-Century “GonneShield:” Notes on an Example in the Higgins Armory Mueum; Images of the Bowie Knife; Identification of Old Master Firearms Engravers by Their Methods for Cutting the Final Turn of Scroll Spirals. Color copy, $15.
Volume Eight, Number Five; September/October 1986
Winchester for All Seasons; American Export Bayonets (1866– 1941); “Swords Presented by Continental Congress”; Gold & Steel, Special Exhibition at the Winchester Museum; Contract Production of the “Model 1812” Musket. Original format, $6.95
Volume Eight, Number Six; November/December 1986
Colt Navy-Navies: Survival Rates and Scarcity; British Breechloading Shotgun; Howard Thunderbolt; Under and Over Pistols of Durs & Joseph Egg. Original format, $6.95

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1987
*Volume Nine, Number One; January/February 1987
Collector’s Guide to the M1 Carbine; Hawken vs. Bishop in the Rockies; Man at Arms Visits a Reenactment - Battle of First Manassas on Its 125th Anniversary; Best of Springfield - Model 1864 Springfield Rifle Musket; Man at Arms Visits Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Nine, Number Two; March/April 1987
A Matter of Provenance Revisited; The Isard — A Little-Known Veteran of the Spanish Civil War; Bailey: America’s Famous Revolutionary Sword Maker; Photomicrographic Identification and Authentication of Antique Firearms Engraving. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Nine, Number Three; May/June 1987
Dance Brothers: Confederate Gun Makers; Small Arms of the Confederate Sea Services; Blaise Pradel, Jr.: Little-Known New Orleans Swordmaker. Color copy, $15.
Volume Nine, Number Four; July/August 1987
Top Guns in the Early Sailing Navy; Leatherneck Henry; Naval Dirks; Best of Springfield; Modified Smith Carbine. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Nine, Number Five; September/October 1987
The Model 1871 Ward-Burton — “Our First Bolt Action;” Old Long Tom: A Collector’s Historical Guide to the U.S. Springfield “Trapdoor” Rifle 1866–1884; John Armstrong; U.S. Socket Bayonets Imported by France during the Franco-Prussian War, 1870–71. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Nine, Number Six; November/December 1987
Shooting a Stand: Buffalo Rifles on the West Texas Frontier; Hopkins and Allen 1868–1915: A Thumbnail History; The Best of All Devices...?; Baker Shotguns. Color copy, $15.

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1988
*Volume Ten, Number One; January/February 1988
A Sharps Rifle from the Battle of the Little Bighorn; Maza Wakan for the Sioux; Captain Michaelis Reports on Army Weapons and Equipment on the Northern Plains 1876–1879; The Little Bighorn Schofield. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Ten, Number Two; March/April 1988
IBM and the M1 Carbine; Collecting English Rook & Rabbit Rifles; Full Circle: Advice to the Novice; Pinfires: Overlooked Collectibles. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Ten, Number Three; May/June 1988
Smith & Wesson Rarities; Smith & Wesson’s Australian Model; A Tabular Study of the Smith & Wesson New Model #3 as Employed in Australian Service 1871–1888. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Ten, Number Four; July/August 1988
John M. Browning and Carl J. Ehbets: Competitors at First, Teammates at Their Best; Colonel Phipps and His Missing Colt; Artillery Model: The Rejuvenation of the Colt’s Revolver, Cal .45; Tales Told by Two Paterson Colts. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Ten, Number Five; September/October 1988
Ghost King’s Armour: An Extraordinary Child’s Armour Discovered; Long Arms of the Bluejackets: Rifles of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, 1867–1900; Guest Editorial: Mel Torme; Assn. of American Sword Collectors: Scottish Victorian Regimental Sword; Dutch Luger; Ketland & Co. Original format, $6.95
Volume Ten, Number Six; November/December 1988
From Showman to Shootist; Stevens-Lord Presentation Pistol; John Bull’s Revolvers in the American West; French 1935 Pistols; Flobert, an American Enigma. Original format, $6.95

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1989
*Volume Eleven, Number One; January/Feburary 1989
Guns of the Rough Riders, Part I: Colt Single Action Army Revolvers; Abiel Pease — Connecticut Sword Maker; Hidden Thunder: A Brief Overview of Disguised Weaponry. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Eleven, Number Two; March/April 1989
Some Comments of the Blake Rifle; An Enigma...U.S. M1842 Martial Pistol; Swords for the Chase; Seeking the Ideal Show for Collectors. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Eleven, Number Three; May/June 1989
The Muskets of Palmetto; Colt’s London Pocket Pistols Revisited...A New Look at Some Long-Accepted Features; The Japanese Matchlock: A Short History; Colt Single Action Revolvers of the Rough Riders: An Addendum; “That Dread Optic:” Telescopic Sights of the Frontier. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Eleven, Number Four; July/August 1989
Guns of the Rough Riders, Pt. II (Krag Carbines); They Boughtit with Plastic - “Gutta Percha” Pistol Cases; Man at Arms Visits Musee Library. Color copy, $15.
Volume Eleven, Number Five; September/October 1989
J.C. Petmecky, Texas Gun and Spur Maker; Whitney Two Trigger Revolver; Riot!, Snowhill, London, 1816; Colonial Swords of New England, Part III. Original format, $6.95
Volume Eleven, Number Six; November/December 1989
Springfield Snipers; Some Interesting British Flintlocks; General Naranjo’s Miniature Masterpieces. Original format, $6.95

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1990
*Volume Twelve, Number One; January/February 1990
Steel Men...Man of Steel: John Woodman Higgins and His Armory; Browning’s Lost Rifle: The Model .30–18; What Were They Made of? A Metallugical Comparison of the Two Dominant International Rivals in the Revolver Market of the 2nd Half of the 19th Century; G.L. Cook’s Recipe for Making Rubbings of Historical Information on Arms. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Twelve, Number Two; March/April 1990
Colt’s London Navy: Its Origin, Development and Historical Significance; Even More Guns of the Rough Riders; California Percussion Rifles; Guardian of a Heritage...The Winchester Arms Museum. Color copy, $15.
Volume Twelve, Number Three; May/June 1990
Norm Flayderman — Militaria’s Mail Order Maestro; Uncov- ering New Information on Cook & Brother — Major Supplier to the Confederacy — And Especially as Regards Their Elusive Light Artillery EM Sword; Dr. Maynard’s Secessionist Model Maynard). Original format, $6.95
Volume Twelve, Number Four; July/August 1990
Greenwich Close Helmet for the Field c.1585 from an Original in the Royal Armouries; Daniel Moore’s Deringer Pistols; Neo-Classical Ornament and Design on British Presentation Swords. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Twelve, Number Five; September/October 1990
U.S. Combat Shotguns of the Second World War; Weapons of the Rising Sun; The Royal Danish Arsenal Museum’s “Cavalry” Colt. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Twelve, Number Six; November/December 1990
A Colt’s Third Model 1851 Navy Cutaway; Dr. Leonid Tarassuk: In Memorium...; Long Steel in the Buffalo Grass The Sabre and the Plains Indian; Remington New Model Police and Pocket Revolvers: A Fresh Look at Production Dates and Numbers; The Fox Side Swing: A Tool of the American Frontier; Where We Are and Where We Are Headed in the Arms Collection Hobby. Color copy, $15.

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1991
*Volume Thirteen, Number One; January/February 1991
Gustave Young’s Fanciful Flora and Fauna: The Identifying Features of his Fillets, Flowers, Dragons, Dogs, Cats, Birds, Bears and Heroic Humans, as Photographed Under High Magnification; The Burton Balloon Buster; Rare American Bayonet Scabbards of the 19th Century. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Thirteen, Number Two; March/April 1991
The United States Mounted Rifleman’s Knife; Gunfighters Guns or Colts by the Numbers; The “City of New York” Muskets of 1755–1775. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Thirteen, Number Three; May/June 1991
Colt’s Hartford-London Dragoon: A New Look at an Old WarHorse; Sharps & Hankins: Carbines for Army Cartridge Trials; Officers’ Basket-Hilted Swords of the Royal Horse Guards. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Thirteen, Number Four; July/August 1991
A Reevaluation of the Henry and Model 1866 Serial Numbering; 19th Century Rifles on 20th Century Ranges; More on...“Gutta Percha” Pistol Cases; David Smith: Gun Artist Extraordinaire; The “Aircrewman” Revolver; A Lesson in Safety. Color copy, $15.
Volume Thirteen, Number Five; September/October 1991
Sharps Lever-Action Derringer; Model of 1941 Johnson Rifle; Neo-Classical Pistols. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Thirteen, Number Six; November/December 1991
Tommy Atkins’ Garands; The Two-Band Model 1866 Springfield; The Met is Back — Arms and Armor Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Reopen after Three-Year Hiatus; The Basket Hilted Swords of Lieutenant General Echlin. Color copy, $15.

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1992

*Volume Fourteen, Number One; January/February 1992
Winchester Model 1866 Serial Numbers: Another Perspective; Historical Artillery Colts of the Philippine Insurrection; Colt Large Target Revolvers; Francis Bannerman and Sons — Purveyors of Military Goods. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Fourteen, Number Two; March/April 1992
Marine Corps Colt New Service Revolvers; The Substituted Signature; Presidents to Privates: The S&W #2 Army in the Civil War; Francis Bannerman and Sons — Purveyor of Military Goods, Part II; Hollywood and the Gun Collector. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Fourteen, Number Three; May/June 1992
Philip R. Phillips, 1904–1992: A Tribute; Thoughts on the German Schuetzen Rifle; The Philadelphia Brass Hilt; The Webley Pocket (W.P.) Revolvers: Hammerless and Hammer Models; U.S. Model 1816 Muskets: Flintlock to Percussion. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Fourteen, Number Four; July/August 1992
Peacocks of the North — Adorning the Highlander; Savage Confusion; John C. Garand; The First Winchester; The Kentucky Rifle...Advice to the Novice Collector. Color copy, $15.
Volume Fourteen, Number Five; September/October 1992
Williamson, Famous Dual-ignition Deringer; Thomas Archer; Confed-erate Tarpley Carbine; Gun Photography for Amateurs. Original format, $6.95
Volume Fourteen, Number Six; November/December 1992
Browning Automatic Rifle; U.S. Cavalry Colts, Alternate Theory on their Usage; The Snaphaunce. Original format, $6.95

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1993
*Volume Fifteen, Number One; January/February 1993
Going Heeled: A Look at Frontier Belt Holsters; Charleville Pattern American Flintlock Muskets; The U.S.N.C.P.C. Smith & Wesson; General Nelson Miles’ List of Surrendered Sioux War Guns. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Fifteen, Number Two; March/April 1993
Miniature Cannon at the Musee de l’Armee; The 1892 French Ordnance Revolver: An Arm of Elegance; Colt New Line Revolvers; Schnitzler & Kirschbaum U.S. Contract Swords; The Townson Foundry: New York State’s First Experiment in Cannon Making. Color copy, $15.
Volume Fifteen, Number Three; May/June 1993
To the Admiral & the Commodore: Story of Two Famous Colt London Navy Pistols; Bluegrass Enfields — Arms of Morgan’s Raiders; Repeating Air Rifle of Charles Bunge. Original format, $6.95
Volume Fifteen, Number Four; July/August 1993
Captain Samuel H. Walker, R.I.P. or Where is Sam Walker?; Military Bolt-Action Rifle Conversions, Creative Solutions in the Battle Against Obsolescence; Horace Kephart and the Hardware of “Scientific Sharpshooting,” Two Scoped Winchester Highwalls as a Case Study. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Fifteen, Number Five; September/October 1993
The Cameron-Yaggi Trench Periscope Rifle; Where Are They Now? Presentation Hall Rifles of the Aitkin Boys; The Variations and Chronology of Colt’s Number Three Deringer; The Zulu Shotgun. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Fifteen, Number Six; November/December 1993
Factory Inscribed Winchester Presentation Rifles; Confederate Mississippi Rifles at First Bull Run: Techniques of Historical Arms Microhistory; The Browning Loading Tools; August Pachmayr Conversions of Winchester-Lee Straight Pull Rifles. Color copy, $15.

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1994
*Volume Sixteen, Number One; January/February 1994
Baby Hammerless Revolvers; Erskine Allin of Springfield; Plain & Varied: The U. S. Bayonet, Model 1816; A Singular Signal Gun — The Story of an Interesting Nautical Contrivance; The Eddystone Rifles — British Enfield & Model 1917 Rifles Made by the Midvale Steele & Ordnance Co. Color copy, $15.
Volume Sixteen, Number Two; March/April 1994
Variations of the M1908 Colt .25 Automatic; Philippine Colt; John Miles Virginia Sabers; Winchester .40-60 Model 1876. Original format, $6.95
Volume Sixteen, Number Three; May/June 1994
Pedersen Device; Guns of the ’49ers; Development of the Halberd; Update on Colt’s Number Three Deringers. Original format, $6.95
Volume Sixteen, Number Four; July/August 1994
The Ray & Montague, London, Presentation Swords; The Sharps Pistol-Rifle; Casting the “Golden BB” — The Riflemen and Aircraft. Original format, $6.95
Volume Sixteen, Number Five; September/October 1994
Miniature Firearms, Leading Expert on Crafting and Collecting these Diminutive Masterpieces Shares His Insights with Beginners; John Fraser Tomahawks; Collecting the Indian Wars Trapdoors. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Sixteen, Number Six; November/December 1994
Old Colts Tell Their Tales; Three Remington Revolvers; Henry J. Parker, Obituary: Nolfo di Carpegna (1913–1994); Two Great Collectors: Kienbusch and Odes-calchi; The Ifs, Ands, and Butts of Scottish Pistols. Color copy, $15.

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1995
*Volume Seventeen, Number One; January/February 1995
The Antiquity of Repeating Arms; Researching the...Martial .25 Colt Pistol; Spiller & Burr: One Confederate Manufacturing Firm’s Struggle For Survival During the War Between the States. Color copy, $15.
Volume Seventeen, Number Two; March/April 1995
Artillery Train Sent to Virginia in 1676; Review of Some Exciting Documents Regarding Schuyler, Hartley & Graham; Remington Over-And-Under Derringer. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Seventeen, Number Three; May/June 1995
Colt Revolving Rifles on the Western Frontier; Build Your Own Deluxe Pistol Display Stand; Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. — Olympic Competitor; Get to Know Your U.S. M1917 Rifle. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Seventeen, Number Four; July/August, 1995
Missing Guns of the 7th Cavalry: A View from the Canadian Prairies; A 7th Cavalry Nickel-Plated Smith & Wesson No. 3 Revolver; Weapons with Spiritual Power; A Mystery – Who Got Custer’s Remington?; Indian Guns of the Little Bighorn at the Rock Island Arsenal Museum. Color copy, $15.
Volume Seventeen, Number Five; September/October 1995
Winchester Single-Shot Muskets; Survey of Colt 1877 D.A. and 1878 D.A. Revolvers; Wellcome Collection, A Look Back at the Largest Arms Collection of All Time. Original format, $6.95
Volume Seventeen, Number Six; November/December 1995
Rebel Steel on the Rio Grande; Colt Navy Squareback-Roundguard Overlap; Smith Carbine Models: New Info.; British Bull Dog. Original format, $6.95

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1996
*Volume Eighteen, Number One; January/February 1996
Howard Dove, 1942–1994: A Tribute to One of America’s Most Celebrated Master Engravers; Rock Island: The Other ’03; A Civil War Pistol Special: The Buffalo (N.Y.) Colts; Symbols of Rank: New Research About 1834 Officers’ Swords. Color copy, $15.
*Volume Eighteen, Number Two; March/April 1996
Armour of the English Civil War; Savage Automatic pistols: Guide to the External Variations; T.R.’s “Other” Winchester M-1895; Needham Conversion Muskets: Fine Firearm or Fenian Folly? Color copy, $15.
Volume Eighteen, Number Three; May/June 1996
Collecting Early Second Generation (1955–1966) Colt Single Action Armys; 1922 Newton/Mauser; 20th-Century Field Test of the U.S. Model 1819 Hall Breechloading Rifle; San Francisco S&W Schofield Revolver. Original format, $6.95
Volume Eighteen, Number Four; July/August 1996
Marlins in the Apache Wars; U.S. Bayonet Model 1835; Lights, Camera, Krags! Thrilling Story of an American Service Rifle’s Epic Career in the Movies; Those Other Marks, U.S. Regimental Stamps. Original format, $6.95
Volume Eighteen, Number Five; September/October 1996
“Col. Colt London,” Some Notes on a Baby Dragoon Marked with the London Address and Alleged London Pocket Pistol No. 2; Test Firing Dutch M1895 Mannlicher; Victorian Officers’ Swords; Bullet Moulds of Harpers Ferry. Original format, $6.95
Volume Eighteen, Number Six; November/December 1996
A Visit to the New Colt Exhibit at the Wadsworth Atheneum; The M1 Grand Sniper Rifles; The Colt “Tiffany Models:” Informa- tion Concerning the Rarest and Most Expensive of all Colt Arms; British Infantry Swords of the American Revolution. Original format, $6.95

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1997
Volume Nineteen, Number One; January/February 1997
Sixty-Five Years of Savage Trombones: Savage 22 Pump Rifles; Martial Colt Match Target Woodsman; Presentation Sword of Capt. John Allen and an Introduction to Christopher Giffing; Rifles and Blades of the American Turners. Original format, $6.95
Volume Nineteen, Number Two; March/April 1997
Higgins Armory Acquisitions; Post Civil War .44 cal. Conversions; U.S. Bayonet Model 1812; Legacy of Strong Vincent’s Sword at the Smithsonian. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Nineteen, Number Three; May/June 1997
The Young Cavaliers: An Introduction to Boy’s Swords; Should This “Tall Tale” Topple? A Hard Look at the Genesis of The Winchester Single-Shot; The Steyr M1912 Semiautomatic Pistol; “Keep ‘em Shooting:” The Overhaul, Repair & Inspection of Small Arms at The Rock Island Arsenal. Color copy, $15.
Volume Nineteen, Number Four; July/August 1997
1842 Mass. Light Dragoon Musketoon; “The Plevna Delay” Winchesters & Peabody-Martinis in the Russo-Turkish War; Sword Treasure Trove; Man at Arms Visits…Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Nineteen, Number Five; September/October 1997
English Flintlocks and Dog-Locks; Philip R. Goodwin: The Artist Who Designed The Winchester Trademark; “Those Damned Michigan Spencers;” The World War II Colt Commando. Color copy, $15.
Volume Nineteen, Number Six; November/December 1997
Gun Collector’s Guide to Worldwide Web; Starr Arms Co. 1858– 1867; Thomas Earle: Master Gunsmith of Early America; Colt Model 1877 Double Action Revolver. Original format, $6.95

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1998
Volume Twenty, Number One; January/February 1998
Colts Through the Artist’s Eye: Drawings of Rainer Dethloff; Winchester’s Single-Shot: Drawing New Conclusions; Scottish Claymores; “Gas Trap” Garands. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty, Number Two; March/April 1998
British Longarms at Lexington; Peter Fritz and His Sword of Honor; Greek M1903/14 Mannlicher-Schoenauer; Decorative Arms Treasure Trove of the Czars: Gatchina Collection. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Twenty, Number Three; May/June 1998
Civil War Arms Makers Under Fire; John Prosser: Royal Sword Cutler, Belt Maker and Gunsmith; Walker’s Walkers — The Colt Walker Revolvers of Captain Samuel H. Walker, Texas Ranger. Color copy, $15.
Volume Twenty, Number Four; July/August 1998
Savage Automatic Pistols, Study of Savage Pistol Grips, Showing Their Design Differences and Mechanical Evolution; Trapdoor Collector’s Worst Nightmare, Fooled by a Put-Together Gun; Visit to the New Royal Armouries in Leeds, England; S&W Revolvers of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty, Number Five; September/October 1998
Get to Know Your U.S. .30-40 Krag; Hold On To Your Cap! An Updated Look at an Intriguing Early Percussion System; Kentucky Rifle Hex Signs; Visit the New Sword Display at The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Donald J. LaRocca, 45. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty, Number Six; November/December 1998
Infantry Hangers of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, 1742–1784; Winchester-Hotchkiss Martial Carbines: An Attempt to Adopt a Magazine Arm for the Indian Wars Cavalry; Small Bore Winchester “Restorations”; Momentary Design Glitch in Colt’s New Model Army Revolver. Original format, $6.95

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1999
Volume Twenty-One, Number One; January/February 1999
Holy Negroli! Review of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Armor Exhibit; Winchester-Hotchkiss Martial Carbines: An Attempt to Adopt a Magazine Arm for the Indian Wars Cavalry; Isaiah Eaton: American Revolutionary War Armorer & Silversmith; 1860 Colt Army Richards Conversions Issued to the U.S. Cavalry. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-One, Number Two; March/April 1999
.31 Caliber Manhattan Revolvers; Identified: U.S. Navy Model 1814 Cutlass; Canadian Ross Straight-Pull Military Rifles. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-One, Number Three; May/June 1999
Apprentice’s Eye View of the Allen & Thurber Pepperbox Factory; Largest Collection of Colt Paterson Guns is Now on Public View in Paterson; Winchester Repeating Arms Company Model 1893 and 1897 Repeating Shotguns; U.S. Contract Rifle, Pattern of 1792. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-One, Number Four; July/August 1999
Russian Boy’s Flintlock; Story of Savage Tenite Guns; Merwin, Hulbert Army Revolver and its .44 M.H. & Co. Cartridge; Some Notes and Conclusions Regarding The 7th Cavalry Carbine. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-One, Number Five; September/October 1999
“Favorite Number 4” Revolver, Two Reunited Greeners and Winchester Serial Number Ledgers; Inspecting the Navy’s Model 1842 Army Pistols: Who Was Inspector JCB?; .22 Caliber 1849 Colt Pocket Model Conversion; Guns of Sheriff Harry Morse. Original format, $6.95
*Volume Twenty-One, Number Six; Novemer/December 1999
Ames Militia Staff Officer’s Swords; M1917 Revolvers, Part One: Smith & Wesson; Response to “The 7th Cavalry Carbine.” Color copy, $15.

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2000
Volume Twenty-Two, Number One; January/February 2000

Guns Against the French: Late Short Land and India Pattern Muskets for the Ordnance; The Glory Days of the Forty-Four: .44 Metallic Cartridge Single Action Revolvers of the Old West; The M1917 Revolvers: Part Two - The Colt; The Civil War Presentation Sword of Colonel Henry Adams Smalley. Original format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-Two, Number Two; March/April 2000
Rainer Dethloff Shows Us The True Colors of Colt; The Ethics of Arms Restoration; The Mortimer Rifles of Archibald Campbell; The Reising Submachine Gun: The Story of a "Tarnished Warrior." Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Two, Number Three; May/June 2000
Pennsylvania Rifles in the Beginning; Experimental Remington New Model Army Conversion; Charles Oliver Bruff: Tory Silversmith and Sword Cutler of Maiden Lane; Union Small Arms and field Artillery in the Peninsula campaign: Two Reports by Col. C.P. Kingsbury. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Two, Number Four; July/August 2000
An Illustrated Introduction to Dueling Pistols and Their London Gunmakers; A.W. Spies: Importer, Outfitter & Fireman; Battle Rifles of the Great War, 1914–1918, Part I - The Allied Nations; An Altered Remington Rolling Block and A General's Colt Revolver. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Two, Number Five; September/October 2000
Henry Deringer Offers $100 Reward; Battle Rifles of the Great War, 1914–1918, Part II - The Central Powers & Test Firing; The Private "San Francisco Police S&W Schofield" Confirmed; The Origin of the Palmetto Pistols. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Two, Number Six; November/December 2000
The Imperial German M89 Cavalry Sword; Finding the Lost Colt Records; Recent Observations Concerning the Issue and Trial of the Experimental 24" Barrel Springfield Carbine (Model 1886); Civil War Smith & Wessons and a Probin Volley Pistol. Original format, $6.95.

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2001
Volume Twenty-Three, Number One; January/February 2001

The Ruggles Pistol Factory Glory Days, The Early Years; Holy Grail: The Story of a "Missing Link" Socket Bayonet from the Early 18th Century; A "Doc" Carver Gun. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Three, Number Two; March/April 2001
British Long Arms at lake George; The Essential Arms Library (U.S.A.); The Rock Island 1919 National Match Rifles; The United States Navy's Exotic Elgin Cutlass Pistol. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Three, Number Three; May/June 2001
The Hutton Saber: A Silver-Mounted, Eagle-Pommeled Saber by Isaac & George Hutton, Albany, N.Y., ca. 1810; Major Thornton Goes West!; "In Defense of the Common-wealth" Arms, Armor & Equipment of 17th Century New England; A Trapdoor Carbine Recovered From Indians. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Three, Number Four; July/August 2001
The Little Colt With a Big Story: Sig. A.J. Goli and His Deluxe, Cased, Colt New Line.22 Revolver; The First Model Spencer Bayonet Identified; The Remarkable Snider Rifle: An Experiment Shows That it Was an Accurate Shooter After All; Cyrus Buckland's Recollections of Springfield Armory Before the Civil War. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Three, Number Five; September/October 2001
Man at Arms Visits The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Looking For the 1857 Light Cavalry Saber; A Hands-On Introduction to The Norwegian Krag-Jorgensen; Henry Deringer's Lost Counterfeit. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Three, Number Six; November/December 2001
D.J. Millard & His Civil War Cavalry Saber Contract; Weapons of the Boers 1881–1902; John Brown's Colt Navies; The Weaver Double Powder Horn. Original format, $6.95.

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2002
Volume Twenty-Four, Number One; January/February 2002
"Signed by the Maker": Thoughts For New Collectors About Guns Attributed to Early American Makers; The True Origins of the "American School" of Firearms Decoration; The M1A1 Carbine; Weathering the Storm - A Survival Guide to Gun Collecting in Today's Unsure Economy. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number Two; March/April 2002
"Enfield" Bayonets in the Civil War, 1862–1865; The "Solid Barrel" Colt; An Indian Wars Remington Revolver; Cannon, Munitions & Small Arms from the Wreck of the Pirate Vessel Queen Anne's Revenge. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number Three; May/June 2002
"Splendid Steel" The Development of the British Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Saber - A Sword Style Heavily Imported by the United States; Mr. Beach's Idea: The Combination Sight; The Dardick Pistol; A Savage Garand. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number Four; July/August 2002
Man at Arms Visits The National Firearms Museum; A Collector's Guide to Spotting Luger Restorations; The Colt Army Revolver of Sergeant Murphy; Abe Lincoln's Presentation Henry Rifle. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number Five; September/October 2002
You’ll Put Your Eye Out With That Thing!; Happy Jack Allen, Wyoming’s Colorful U.S. Marshal; Sharps 1851 Boxlock; Special Photo Feature…Swords in Service. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Four, Number Six; November/December 2002
General Ulysses S. Grant's Presentation Swords in the National Collections; The Johnson Rifle in U.S. Marine Corps Service; Webley's Little Pug: The Prospector's Pal; A Man at Arms Buyer's Guide to Digital Cameras for Gun & Sword Collectors. Original format, $6.95.

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2003
Volume Twenty-Five, Number One; January/February 2003
The Life and Life's Work of Famous Firearms Engraver Louis Daniel Nimschke (1832–1904); The Dutch M.71 and M.71-88 Beaumont Rifles; The Savage Musket; Unusual Dueling Pistols by Philip Bond. Original format, $6.95.
*Volume Twenty-Five, Number Two; March/April 2003
The Winchester Model 1886; A Biased British View of the Bowie; The Only One?; Man at Arms Visits…A “Grab Bag” of European Arms Museums. Color copy, $15.
Volume Twenty-Five, Number Three; May/June 2003
The Splendor of Classic Schützen Rifles; Colt Collectors to Mount Massive Exhibit in Wyoming; The Colt 1865 Pocket Navy and its Older Brother the Colt "1862" Police; A Minister's '66 Winchester Model 1866, sn96022. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Five, Number Four; July/August 2003
Savage Shotguns From 1920 through WWII; Swords of the Ger- manic Migration Period in Britain; In the Blink of an Eye...The Percussion Ignition Sequence in Civil War .44s; Who Invented the Percussion Cap? Joseph Egg, Joseph Manton and the Board of Ordnance Trials of 1820. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Five, Number Five; September/October 2003
The Daylight Machine Gun; The Deification of Napoleon Bonaparte; The 1797 Apollo and Jupiter Pocket Pistols by Nicholas Noel Boutet; An Extensively Restored 1851 Navy Colt with Family History; Civil War Firearm & Bayonet Combinations of the Union & Confederacy: Austro-Hungarian Imports Examined. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Five, Number Six; November/December 2003
Forsyth & Co., An Unrecorded Ignition System; Buyer Beware! Is it real or is it fake?; Pieper's Mexican Revolving Arms; Peek at the Past; A Photo Essay. Original format, $6.95.

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2004
Volume Twenty-Six, Number One; January/February 2004
Italian Vetterli Rifles and Carbines: Swiss En-gineering — Italian Flair; American Arms Makers and American Artists; The Deringer Name in Weaponry Appears Again in the 20th Century; Remington New Model Pocket Revolvers: “The Diminutive Descendent.” Original Format, $6.95
Volume Twenty-Six, Number Two; March/April 2004
The Centennial of the Model 1903: A Soldier's Priceless Friend, A New Exhibit at Springfield Armory; Artistic Influences on Late 19th-Century and Early 20th-Century Firearms Decoration; Part I - Arts & Crafts Movement; Joshua Shaw - Landscape Artist...Con Artist? or Inventor of the Percussion Cap; The Swords of Diederichs & Company. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Six, Number Three; May/June 2004
The Newbury Cap Guard for Revolvers; The U.S. Krag Carbine; The Musicians' Sword Bayonet and Slide; Lt. Frith's Revolver: Find or Fake. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Six, Number Four; July/August 2004
Collecting Colt's National Match Pistols; Artistic Influences on late 19th-Century and Early 20-th Century Firearms Decoration: Parts II & III; The M1913 "Patton" Saber; A Maharaja's Treasure. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Six, Number Five; September/October 2004
The Bowie Knife and the Confederate Arms Shortage; Ells' Patent Improved Repeating Pistol; Smith & Wesson and the XM9 Pistol; On Guns and Cars. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Six, Number Six; November/December 2004
Harmonica Guns: A Guide for Collectors; Not Only Webley, But Also Scott; What is a Peanut?;Steyrs Turn Bolt Mannlicher Military Rifles. Original format, $6.95.

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2005
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number One; January/February 2005
The Guns of David Hall Hilliard; A Colt Paterson Brevette; Japanese Swords Among 19th-Century Eskimos?; The Colt Thompson: Myth and Legend; A Patriotic Fund Sword. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number Two; March/April 2005
Monitor vs. Merrimack: A National Treasure Comes Home; Duellers with a Powder Flask for Adjustable Charges; The Regimental Brown Bess Bayonet, 1754–1783; The Gun Exposed: Revealing Looks at a Ross Rifle and a Unique Pistol. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number Three; May/June 2005
A Colt Second Model Dragoon with Panel Scene Portrait of Lafayette; Collecting Indian Wars Weapons on a Budget; The V-42 Stiletto; What the %*#! is it? Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number Four; July/August 2005
Fraternal Swords: An Appreciation; Detecting Flintlock Reconversions; Rifle Caliber Artillery The Gardner Battery Gun; Tools and Techniques: Russian 98k Mausers and Removing Shellac. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number Five; September/October 2005
Man at Arms Visits The Frazier Historical Arms Museum; The Volcanic in Service; The Model 1895 Nagant Revolver; Rough Rider Guns Revisited. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Seven, Number Six; November/December 2005
Two Notable Savage Firsts: The Story of Savage .22 Semi-Autos; Civil War Longarm & Bayonet Combinations: The Less Famous European Imports (1861–1865); Privateer Pistols by Simeon North; A Mystery Gun. Original format, $6.95.

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2006
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number One; January/February 2006
Presentation Arms of the Collegiate and Commercial Institute; The Percussion Pistol with Cap Guard Revisited; Model 1875 Springfield Lee Vertical Action; A Closer Look at an Albini-Braendlin Military Rifle. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number Two; March/April 2006
Man at Arms Visits Colonial Williamsburg; The First Arisaka...The Meiji 30th Year Type Infantry Rifle; The Burnside Carbine - Myth and Reality; An American Revolutionary War Naval Cutlass Hilt. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number Three; May/June 2006
The Guns of Fort Ticonderoga; Winchester Presentation Gun Steeped in History; An Important Sword and a Canadian Hero; Arming the Teamsters - A Sharps Carbine from the Great Sioux War; The Soviet M44 Mosin-Nagant Carbine; Pre-Civil War Mystery Carbine. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number Four; July/August 2006
English Truncated Turn-Off Pistols; Random Gunshots...; The Inscribed Saber of Col. James Decatur Potter; The Savage Enfield; Mystery on a Cow Horn. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number Five; September/October 2006
Roosevelt Revolver Recovered; Tools & Techniques...White Markings Explained; A Study of Caltrops from Ancient to Modern Times; Pellets, Tubes and Caps; The Lefaucheaux Revolver of John Wysong. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Eight, Number Six; November/December 2006
Man at Arms Visits Samuel Colt: Arms, Art and Invention; Walker Colt Breakthrough; The Armory at Armsmear; "One Dollar a Vote" or How General Hawley Got His Colts; Early Marine Corps Gov't. Model M1911 Colt Serial Numbers; Samuel Colt's Wine Cellars. Original format, $6.95.

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2007
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2007

Man at Arms visits The Museum of the Confederacy; The British Bulldog Revolver; A New York Gun Extravaganza; "Sidewalk" Sedgley & The Height Fist Gun; The Origins of a Long Rifle from the Leatherstocking Country; Tools and Techniques: New Snider & Martini Ammo. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number Two; March/April 2007
The New Hampshire Mushroom Pommel Sword; Antique Gun Prices: 1940 to Present; A Newly Discovered Mauser Oberndorf Model 1898 Test Rifle; The Rifles of the Franco-Prussian War, Part I: Prussia and Its Allies. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number Three; May/June 2007
Man at Arms Visits Century International Arms; U.S.-Made Muskets of the Revolution, 178–­1783; The Other Lone Ranger; Lt. Colonel Levi Woodhouse and His Engraved Presentation Sharps M1853 Sporting Rifle; The Sword of Lt. Col. Joseph C. Henderson. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number Four; July/Aug. 2007
A Bad Case of the Utlies! The Results of our Ugly Conversion Contest; The Mexican War Presentation Sword of Moses Barnard; The rifles of the Franco-Prussian War: Part II - France; The Penn. State Police Springfield .45 "Trapdoor" Carbines; A Harpers Ferry M1841 Rifle Arms Chest. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number Five; Sept./Oct. 2007
Rethinking the Potter: The Truth Behind the Rev. War's Ultimate Sword; The "Ivanhoe" Trench Guns; The Reming-ton "Transformation" Musket, Rifle and Carbine; The Gun Exposed: A German-Used Mosin-Nagant; A Nifty Hideout Gun Made from a Colt Model 1860 Army. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Twenty-Nine, Number Six; Nov./Dec. 2007
Did You Know What a Uruguayan "Dovitiis" Mauser-Daudetau is; London Gun Makers Get Their Day in Court; Beware of Counterfeits: The Cylinder Scene on Colt's Walker and Dragoon Pistols; The 12-Shooter of Carl von Pecker. Original format, $6.95.

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2008
Volume Thirty, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2008
Indian War Carbine Found; The Sharps Borchrdt Rifles of Jacob Hurd Smith; The Burglar’s Lament of Suicide Specials Revisited; Isaiah Jennings, Man of Progress; A Kentucky Style, Box-Lock Plains Rifle c.1850; Two Maryland Presentation Swords Reunited. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty, Number Two; March/April 2008
The Erie Winchesters; Infantry Officers’ Swords of the Imperial German Army: 1871–1916; A Baker Rifle With a Story to Tell; Elgin Cutlass Pistol; The Moore Derringer Cartridge; Street Sweeper Revisited; A Very Special Sharps Rifle: It Pays to Read Gun Books. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty, Number Three; May/June 2008
The Thrill of Discovery: Bringing Together a Pair of 1849 Colts; A “Baltimore” Model 1814 Cutlass of Questionable Authenticity; From the Pugsley Files: Should it Have Been the M1 Kewish?; Presentation Engraved and Cased Starr Model 1858 Double Action Army Revolvers Serial Numbered 6613 and 6805; An Introduction to the Nepalese Gehendra Rifle. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty, Number Four; July/August 2008
Collecting the .22 Whitney Pistol; Colt’s “Cavalry Cylinder” Model 1860 Army Revolvers; Webley’s Famous R.I.C. Revolvers; Revolutionary War Silver Plated Swords; The Daisy Model 50 Golden Eagle BB Gun. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty, Number Five; September/October 2008
A Unique Firearms Collection on Display in Holland; A Wartime Brown Bess of the 79th Regiment of Foot; Savage Bolt Action .22s, 1904–1941; Collecting Spanish Civil War Rifles on a Tight Budget; A Rare Presentation Remington Over/Under Derringer. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty, Number Six; November/December 2008
The Ruger Aluminum Single-Six; “Buck and Ball” Gets Newfound Respect; Indian Pistols from the War of 1812; The Fate of the 7th Cavalry Carbines; The Stewart Museum in Montreal, Canada; A Gathering of Patersons. Original format, $6.95.

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2009
Volume Thirty-One, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2009

Surplus Rifle Collecting: Is this the end of an Era; Ames Model 1832 Foot Artillery Sword Part I; Humor: A Gun Collector's Glossary; An Inscribed Colt Model 1860 Army Shipped to Richmond on April 15, 1861; The Gun Exposed: Intimae Views of an English Screw Barrel Pistol. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-One, Number Two; March/April 2009
Sword Showcase: An Ames Model 1833 Texas Oficer's Dragoon Saber; J.B. Hixson, The Hixson Family of Gunsmiths & the National Road School; Above the Trenches of Flanders A WWI Colt M1911; An Early "Bayonet Piece": The Story of a Musket & Bayonet from Papillon Hall in England; What a Difference an "A" Made: A Remington Beals' Navy. Original format, $6.95.
*Volume Thirty-One, Number Three; May/June 2009
Will the Real Model 1879 Argentine Remington Rolling Block Please Stand Up?; A Spectacular Remington Pocket Double Action Revolver; Man Overboard! Faking Colt’s Naval Engagement Scene; The Swords of GUOOF; Uncommon but Super: The Pre-WWII Colt Super .38 Automatic; An Exceptional Paterson Colt No. 3 Belt Revolver. Color copy, $15.
Volume Thirty-One, Number Four; July/Aug. 2009
The “Red Star” Remington Model 1903 Rifles; Brown Bess Locks: An Exciting New Discovery About Their Makers; Turner Bowie Knives; The Colt Third Model Deringer: Its First Two Types; Collecting World War II on a Budget! Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-One, Number Five; Sept/Oct. 2009
The S&W Model Number Two Army: A Collector’s Dream; Following the Paper Trail of a Truly Intriguing Colonial Longarm; The Ames M1832 Foot Artillery Sword: Part II; Military Rifle Markings Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of the Markings that Can Make a Gun Worth Extra Cash!; An Arms Collector’s Guide to the McKinley Tariff Act of 1890. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-One, Number Six; Nov./Dec. 2009
Short Land Muskets for the British Light Infantry in America; Collecting First World War Mauser Trophy Rifles; Engraved Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting & Target Rifles; The Mashin Khana: The History of the Kabul State Arsenal. Original format, $6.95.

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2010
Volume Thirty-Two, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2010
The Mauser M1891 Carbines: Telling Rarities from Run of the Mill; Bright Colts: Four Very Special M1860 Army Revolvers; The M1930 Sauer Pocket Pistol; A Spendid Winchester M1873 “One of One Thousand” Rifle; An Officer’s Flintlock Pistol by Joseph Perkin of Philadelphia. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Two, Number Two; March/April 2010
Tools and Techniques: High-Tech Flashlights; Fort Ticonderoga Mystery Musket; Collecting Winchester Factory-Scoped .22 Caliber Rifles; German & Austrian Gunmakers of the Mid-19th Century; Fraud Alert: Is Your M1895 Nagant a Fake?; The Gedney Automatic Percussion Priming System. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Two, Number Three; May/June 2010
Guns for the Trail West; Remington Rolling Blocks in the Dutch Army; Mauser Spotlight: The Spanish M1891 “Trials” Rifle; The Civil War Bacon Revolver of John Hancock; Sword Collecting: An English Hunting Hanger; Did You Know How a Tap-Action Flintlock Pistol Works?; Is Your Gun or Sword Refinished? Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Two, Number Four; July/August 2010
Swords by F.W. Widmann, W.H. Horstmann and the United States Marines; The Danish Garand GV/50; America’s Incredible Louisbourg Victory, 1745; A Buyer’s Guide to Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T) Sniper Rifles; Random Gunshots: A Nimschke-Engraved Southerner Der- ringer; Collecting Rusty Relics of the Old West in Texas. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Two, Number Five; Sept./Oct. 2010
Did You Know How a Screw Barrel Flintlock Pistol Works?; The Birth of the Mauser; A New Approach to Dating the Winchester M1894; Colt “Navy-Army” M1860 Army Revolvers; Sears Private Brand Double Guns. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Two, Number Six; Nov./Dec. 2010
Collecting the M1 Garand: A Practical Guide for Beginners; Leonard Geiger: Inventor of the “Rolling Block” Rifle; Can You Identify This Mystery Sword?; An Intriguing Pistol From Napier’s Magdala Campaign; Colt’s Paterson Revolver Production Figures Revised; Don’t Be a Victim of Holster Rust!! Original format, $6.95.

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2011
Volume Thirty-Three, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2011
Louis Barbar: A Great English Gunmaker and Some Fine Examples of His Work; Gen Wingate’s Sharps Rifle; Cast Brass Mounted Swords of the Philadelphia Region: The So-Called Prahl Sword; Our Staff Surveys the Latest Batch of Surplus Military Pistols; U.S. Arms Sales to Mexico in 1924; A Rebuttal of “Colt’s paterson Production Figures Revised.” Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Three, Number Two; March/April 2011
The Confederate Bowie Knives of Thomas Leech & Co., Memphis Novelty Works; The Farthest North Colt Single Action Army Revolver; K98k Mausers: Are Low Serial Numbers Important?; Fakes and Restorations Exposed: Getting a Grip on Ivory and Its Imitators; Gustave Young: New Research Reveals a Wealth of Information About the World’s Most Famous Engraver. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Three, Number Three; May/June 2011
The Earl’s Pistols; A Scottish Prize Pistol; The U.S. Rifle-Musket M1855 Bayonet in the Civil War; An Argentine M1891 Mauser Presented to the U.S. Secretary of the Navy; Early Scottish Dirks Anyone? Spectacular Scheutzen Rifles; U.S. Krag Rifles in the Mexican Revolution. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Three, Number Four; July/August 2011
John Thompson’s Pilgrim Long-gun; Krag Carbines in Cuba; Russian Rifles of the First World War, Revolution and Civil War — Part 1; Smith& Wesson’s .38 Single Action First Model: “The Baby Russian”; Ever Wonder How Your Pistol Got Scratched?; The Dangers of Dating a Sword Entirely by Style or Model. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Three, Number Five; Sept./Oct. 2011
M1 Garands Served Up Italian Style! A Collector’s Guide to the Beretta BM 69; William Billinghurst Cylinder Rifle; False Muzzles at War; A Trapdoor Carbine Fired 39 Times at Custer’s Last Stand; Most Uncommon Common Longarm: Charles Ammarell’s M1863 Springfield; The King of Ugly Guns Reports; Advice on Dating M1860 Staff and Field Officer’s Swords. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Three, Number Six; Nov. /Dec. 2011
Ketland Guns in America; Russian Rifles of the 1st World War, Revolution and Civil War — Part 2; Remarrying a Pair of Derringers; The Many Uses of Wax in Preserving Collectible Guns and Swords. Original format, $6.95.

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2012
Volume Thirty-Four, Number One; Jan./Feb. 2012
The Starr .32 Caliber Pepperbox Pistol; War Swords of the Imperial German Army: Infantry and Dress M1914-1918; S&W “Volcanic” Shoulder Arms; Mondragon’s Rifle; Jean Piraube: Gunmaker to King James II of England; Mystery S&W Magnums. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Four, Number Two; March/April 2012
British Longarms of the French & Indian War; “Black Army” Colt Automatic; Army Ammo for Target Practice and the Buffalo Harvest of 1870–1877; Tiffany Colts at the Nevada Museum of Art; Marine Corps Swords. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Four, Number Three; May/June 2012
Persian Contract Mauser C96 Pistol; Jacob Dickert, Gunsmith; Owen Jones and the Enfield Revolver; Cook & Bro., Confederate Armory, Athens, GA; Boys’ Brigade Volcanic Carbines; German Web Page. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Four, Number Four; July/August 2012
Canada’s Black Gunmakers and Their Work on the U.S. Pacific Coast, 1850-62; Origin of Colt’s Attachable Shoulder Stock; Rifle Grenade for Shotguns in the German Volkssturm; Beginner’s Guide to Jungle Carbines; Small Swords in Japan. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Four, Number Five; Sept./Oct. 2012
Star-Spangled Banner Sword; Vickers Pedersen in the U.S.; Artillery Train Sent to New England in 1664; Variations of the Chicago Palm Pistol; A New Direction…First Bolt Action Centerfire Rifles from Savage; Noble Art of the Sword. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Four, Number Six; Nov. /Dec. 2012
An Arms Research Case History: A Boer War “Black Watch” Web- ley Revolver; Spectacular British Firearms; Terrible Swift Sword: The Edged Weapons of John Brown’s War on Slavery; Your to the Bergmann-Bayard Pistol. Original format, $6.95.

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2013
*Volume Thirty-Five; Number One; January/February 2013
A Pair of Pistols to Bribe a Barbary Pirate!; The “French” P38 Pistol; Confederate Imported Whitworth Rifle B933; American Shell Guard Swords with Nautical Themes; A Very Unusual Southerner Derringer; Kentucky Rifle Association Celebrates 50th Anniversary. Color copy, $15.
Volume Thirty-Five, Number Two; March/April 2013

Scottish Regimental Dirks; In Search of a Magazine Rifle: The Dutch Military Rifle Trials of the 1880s; Let’s Examine a Classic Fake; Bavarian Muskets in the American Civil War: Forget About It!; FP-45 Liberator Pistol: Identifying VOCO Reproductions. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Five, Number Three; May/June 2013
Schmidt-Rubin Military Rifles: Built Like a Swiss Watch; Needham’s Patent Pinfire Shotgun; British Indian-Contract Pistol and the Rebellion in Upper Canada; Fighting Preacher of the Confederacy; Pattern Room Collection; “MFD. BY LELAND & CO.” New Light on a Mystery Sword Manufacturer; Single-Shot Rifle Rarity. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Five, Number Four; July/August 2013
Freemasons of Springfield Armory: Unlocking the Mystery of Their Marks; Boyle & Gamble Sword for a Confederate Naval Officer; Mauser Catapult Rifles for Hand Grenades; Portrait of a Muset and a Young Man; Discovering a Stupendously Rare Model 1895 Argentine Maxim-Nordenfelt. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Five, Number Five; Sept./Oct. 2013
Mystery Sword Discovered; Pair of Militia Musket-Fowlers Given as Shooting Awards; A.B. Fairbanks: The Yankee Gun-Smith; How to Care for a Brown Bess Musket ca.1776; Unfulfilled Mauser C96 Contract; Group Photo at the Colt Factory; German K98k Battle Rifle. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Five, Number Six; Dec./Nov. 2013
Secret Lives of Pocket Pistols; Confederate Rifle-Musket Model of 1855 Bayonet in the Civil War; Root of the Matter: Cabin and Indian Scene on Colt’s Model 1855 Sidehammer Revolver; Finest Deringer Ever Made?; Radom Pistol; Questions About West Point Sword. Original format, $6.95.

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2014
Volume Thirty-Six, Number One; January/February 2014
A Blast From the Past!; Jägerbüchse M/65: The Prussian Model 1865 Needlefire Rifle; Versailles Civilian Presentations by Boutet; Variations of Colt’s Attachable Shoulder Stock; Thoughts on Some Rare Mystery Pistols; A Little More on Bergmann Bayards; A “Mexican” Winchester Model 1895 Musket. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Six, Number Two; March/April 2014
Civil War Cannon Machinery; Look Out for this Seldom Recognized Rarity!; A “Mexican” Colt Model 1895 Machine Gun; John Philip Beck: American Master Gunsmith; Collecting M1 Garand Bayonets; A World War I Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector Revolver; Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Six, Number Three; May/June 2014
A Pistol by Allevin a Paris; The Luger P08 and LP08 Pistols Made by Mauser Under French Control; War Swords of the Imperial German Army: The Cavalry and Artillery Models, 1914– 18; Albert S. Nippes: The First Manufacturer of Sharpes Rifles; A Curious Firearm. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Six, Number Four; July/August 2014
The English/African Gun Trade, 1660–1920; Exploring the Austrian Military Automatic Pistol; The Wyoming Saddle Gun; Mending a Metal Scabbard; Visiting One of Europe’s Finest Arms Museums; Something You Don’t See Every Day...A U.S. Martial Richards Conversion of a Refurbished Colt Model 1860 Army. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Six, Number Five; September/October 2014
Sharps Carbines and the Last of the Oregon Cavalry Volunteers, 1863–1866; American-Made Japanese Mosin Nagant Training Rifles; Double Duty: Firemen Become Soldiers; Examining a Pair of Counterfeit Ketlands; The Fine Pistols of Peter Peloux. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Six, Number Six; November/December 2014
The Medfield Musket: Could This be the Oldest Intact Military Longarm Used in America?; Kit Carson’s Hawken Rifles Reunited; A Military Longarm Range Report: The Swiss Model 1871 Vetterli Repeating Rifle, also Featuring the Models 1878 and 1881; The Army’s Naval Cutlass and Howard’s Marine Artillery. Original format, $6.95.

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2015
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number One; January/February 2015

In the Beginning, There Was This Pair; Where Did They All Go?; A Bad Case of the Uglies!; The German Late-War Walther Volkspistole; An Early Wogdon Dueller; Inventory of the Gunners’ Stores of the Ship Alexander; A Pepperbox Pistol’s History Re- vealed. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Two; March/April 2015
The Beauty of the Beast; Lights, Sights and Lasers Bright; A “Mexican” Madsen Light Machine Gun; Another Type of Bayonet for Whitney’s “Good and Serviceable” Rifles; Duels, Honor and the Confederacy. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Three; May/June 2015
The Last Eagle Pommel Dirk; Homemade Guns of the Mau-Mau Rebellion; Origins and Development of the Swing-Out Cylinder, Part I; A Fine Pair of English Double-Barreled “Travelling” Flintlock Pistols by Joseph Manton; An Unusual Lovell Musket; A Gentlemans’ Room. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Four; July/August 2015
Some Thoughts on the Accuracy of the American Long Rifle; The Uncommon British No.5 Mk1 Rifles: Airborne and Grenade Launching; Origins and Development of the Swing-Out Cylinder, Part II; More Handmade Mau-Mau Guns; A Rare and Unusual All-Metal Underhammer Percussion Shotgun Made by William Briggs. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Five; Sept./October 2015
Marshall Tidd, Riflemaker Extraordinaire; The Employment of Rifle Grenades During the Mexican Revoluion; A Pistol from New France; Kalashnikov and the John Garand Connection; The Nine Rifles from Ras Birru’s House. Original format, $6.95.
Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Six; Nov./December 2015
Documenting Civil War Small Arms Provenance Through Official Records; Jonathan Hennem and his Screwless Lock; “Designed by a Committee:” The 1905 Experimental Saber; A Photographic Examination of a Smith & Wesson Model No. 3 2nd Model Russian. Original format, $6.95.

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2016
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number One; January/February 2016

The Probin Gunmakers of 18th-Century Birmingham; Remington Conversion “Trapdoor” Muskets; The Swiss Model Ü Sniper; Gen- eral Emilio P. Campa and his Staff; Lockwood Sanford, You are Off the Hook; Moro Firearms; The Black Watch Museum; Even More from the Mau-Mau. Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number Two; March/April 2016
The French Gras Rifle System; Last of the British Military Flint- locks; The Wide Trigger of the Swiss Model 1900 Luger; An Amus- ing Winchester Letter About John M. Browning; An Interesting Pair of Colts; A Springfield Powder Tester. Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number Three; May/June 2016
Colt’s First Metallic Cartridge Revolver: The Open Top .22; Ear- ly British Brown Bess Muskets in the Marine Service: The Pattern 1730 Long Land Musket; An Unusual Wilkinson Sword of the Crimean War; A Crate of Enfields; U.S. Mosin-Nagant Rifles; The Cataloochee “Beef Shoot.” Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number Four; July/August 2016
Chinese Type 59 Makarov Pistol: The Military and Commercial Models; Hamilton Boys’ Rifles; Lugers in Pistol Trials; Pattern 1740 Liège Long Land Musket; Landers, Frary & Clark 1913 Saber. Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number Five; September/October 2016
Smith & Wesson Silenced Pistols; Otis A. Smith Derringer; Liège Firearms in New France; Semi-Automatic Pistol Tests; Fake Dirk Alert; Buyer’s Guide to Surplus Military Rifles in Their Golden Age; Marks Found on Early American Muskets and Their Possible Meanings. Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Eight, Number Six; November/December 2016
Can You Help Identify This Mystery Rifle?; Military Handguns of Italy, Part I: From Bodeo to Beretta; The First Trapdoor Carbines; The Final Pistol Tests; A Visit to The Highlanders’ Museum; A Po- lice Pistol from Down Under. Original copy, $6.95

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2017
Volume Thirty-Nine, Number One; January/February 2017

Can You Help Identify This Mystery Sword?; Military Handguns of Italy, Part II: From the Alps to Afghanistan; The Pistols of Cap- tain Thomas Mason; The U.S. M1842 Springfield: America’s First “Modern” Musket; A Recently Acquired Sword; The Hollifield Practice Rod Indicator for the M1903 Springfield Rifle; An Austri- an Revolver with a Czech Accent; The Mystery is Solved. Original copy, $6.95
Volume Thirty-Nine, Number Two; March/April 2017
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