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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN FIREARMS- HARDCOVER EDITION

108002001
Over 1,600 Exploded View Photos, Blueprints, Sketches, Schematic Drawings, Cutaway Photos And Drawings.
By Bob Brownell, 1,066 Pages, 8-½x11 inchesBefore the publication of The Encyclopedia late in 1959, absolutely no service manual encompassing all American-made guns was available for the gunsmith, dealer or hobbyist. What information was to be had, had to be dug out the hard way - and at best it was skimpy. As the guns covered in The Encylopedia get older, the information becomes even more valuable; what little other info was available has long since gone out of print, original manuals have been lost and today's gunsmith might have to pass up repair or restoration work on "Dad's favorite", without The Encylopedia. It answers hundreds (and thousands!) of questions and problems. As so many have told us after getting their copy: "It paid for itself the first day I owned it - just in time saved alone." Here's what you'll find in your Enyclopedia: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUALS - Especially released for The Encyclopedia, they cover base repair and maintenance for the '03 Springfield and later modifications; the 1911 pistol, Remington Models 10 and 11; Winchester Models 12 and 97; Stevens 520/620; Savage 720 and Ithaca 37. All with detailed illustrations and nomenclature lists. NEW GUN INSTRUCTIONS that most manufacturers issue with each new gun, giving assembly and disassembly instructions, PLUS the extensive GUNSMITH MANUALS of Winchester, Remington and Browning up to the date of printing (late 1959). UNUSUAL ILLUSTRATIONS from the files of the manufacturers showing the functioning of many of the guns. Most are no longer available, many were never publicly released. ALL AVAILABLE PARTS ILLUSTRATIONS & LISTS - Many of these are either exploded view or schematic, showing where parts go and in what order they are assembled. "Our illustration is worth 10,000 words!" ILLUSTRATIONS OF ALL NEW GUNS being manufactured in the U.S. as of Jan. 1, 1959, for which information is available . . . complete specifications given on each number and model. DETAILED MEASUREMENTS IN CHART FORM of the thousands of pins, screws, and helical springs shown in all the parts lists. Only those of very unusual construction or function are not shown. This information available in printed form nowhere else in the world. KNOWLEDGE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS  Each manufacturer is grouped alphabetically, starting with Department of Defense Technical Manuals, then Browning, Colt and so on. Each manufacturer is subdivided in the following order: 1. Illustrations and technical data. 2. Where available, illustrations which depict the working parts. 3. Manufacturer's new gun instruction literature. 4. Complete parts lists ('tho parts are now only available from specialty sources and prices aren't current). 5. Parts data pages giving specifications for pins, screws and springs.   If you've ever paid $15 to $35 for a single manual covering one model automobile or one series of technical equipment, you'll be amazed at the vast amount of material for so reasonable a price.
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BROWNELLS ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN FIREARMS-HARDCOVER EDITION
Ref Fabricante: NONE Por Bob Brownell, 1,066 páginas, 21.59x27.94 cm. Antes de la publicación de La Enciclopedia a finales de 1959, no existía un manual de servicio completo que abarcara todas las armas de fabricación estadounidense para el armero, el comerciante o el aficionado. La información que se podía obtener, tenía que ser extraída de manera difícil y, en el mejor de los casos, era escasa. A medida que las armas que abarca La Enciclopedia envejecen, la información se vuelve aún más valiosa; cualquier otra información disponible ha dejado de imprimirse hace tiempo, los manuales originales se han perdido y el armero de hoy podría tener que renunciar a trabajos de reparación o restauración en el "favorito de papá", sin La Enciclopedia. Responde a cientos (¡y miles!) de preguntas y problemas. Como muchos nos han dicho después de obtener su copia: "Se pagó a sí misma el primer día que la tuve, solo en el tiempo que ahorré". Esto es lo que encontrarás en tu Enciclopedia: MANUALES TÉCNICOS DEL DEPARTAMENTO DEL EJÉRCITO - Especialmente liberados para La Enciclopedia, cubren la reparación básica y mantenimiento del '03 Springfield y modificaciones posteriores; la pistola 1911, Remington Modelos 10 y 11; Winchester Modelos 12 y 97; Stevens 520/620; Savage 720 e Ithaca 37. Todos con ilustraciones detalladas y listas de nomenclatura. INSTRUCCIONES DE NUEVAS ARMAS que la mayoría de los fabricantes emiten con cada arma nueva, dando instrucciones de montaje y desmontaje, MÁS los extensos MANUALES DE ARMERO de Winchester, Remington y Browning hasta la fecha de impresión (finales de 1959). ILUSTRACIONES INUSUALES de los archivos de los fabricantes que muestran el funcionamiento de muchas de las armas. La mayoría ya no están disponibles, muchas nunca se lanzaron públicamente. TODAS LAS ILUSTRACIONES Y LISTAS DE PARTES DISPONIBLES - Muchas de estas son vistas explotadas o esquemáticas, mostrando dónde van las partes y en qué orden se ensamblan. "¡Nuestra ilustración vale más que 10,000 palabras!" ILUSTRACIONES DE TODAS LAS NUEVAS ARMAS que se fabricaban en EE. UU. a partir del 1 de enero de 1959, para las cuales hay información disponible... especificaciones completas dadas en cada número y modelo. MEDIDAS DETALLADAS EN FORMA DE TABLA de los miles de pasadores, tornillos y resortes helicoidales mostrados en todas las listas de partes. Solo aquellos de construcción o función muy inusuales no se muestran. Esta información disponible en forma impresa en ninguna otra parte del mundo. CONOCIMIENTO AL ALCANCE DE TU MANO Cada fabricante está agrupado alfabéticamente, comenzando con los Manuales Técnicos del Departamento de Defensa, luego Browning, Colt y así sucesivamente. Cada fabricante está subdividido en el siguiente orden: 1. Ilustraciones y datos técnicos. 2. Donde esté disponible, ilustraciones que representan las partes de funcionamiento. 3. Literatura de instrucciones de nuevas armas del fabricante. 4. Listas completas de partes ('aunque las partes ahora solo están disponibles de fuentes especializadas y los precios no están actualizados). 5. Páginas de datos de partes que dan especificaciones para pasadores, tornillos y resortes.
134.9 EUR 81 134,90 € *
Plazo de entrega de aproximadamente 14-21 días.
Más de 10 pcs. en almacén de EE.UU.
Caracteristicas: Estilo: Reference Guide Firearm: Universal Skill Level: Amateur

Top takeaways

  1. La enciclopedia abarca todas las armas de fabricación estadounidense hasta finales de 1959, proporcionando manuales técnicos y listas de partes detalladas.
  2. Incluye ilustraciones detalladas y esquemáticas, muchas de las cuales ya no están disponibles públicamente.
  3. Organizada alfabéticamente por fabricante, ofrece especificaciones completas y medidas detalladas de componentes como pasadores, tornillos y resortes.

Atributos

Estilo: Reference Guide Firearm: Universal Skill Level: Amateur Peso de entrega: 3,243kg Altura de envío: 46mm Ancho de envío: 226mm Longitud de envío: 287mm

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Over 1,600 Exploded View Photos, Blueprints, Sketches, Schematic Drawings, Cutaway Photos And Drawings.
By Bob Brownell, 1,066 Pages, 8-½x11 inchesBefore the publication of The Encyclopedia late in 1959, absolutely no service manual encompassing all American-made guns was available for the gunsmith, dealer or hobbyist. What information was to be had, had to be dug out the hard way - and at best it was skimpy. As the guns covered in The Encylopedia get older, the information becomes even more valuable; what little other info was available has long since gone out of print, original manuals have been lost and today's gunsmith might have to pass up repair or restoration work on "Dad's favorite", without The Encylopedia. It answers hundreds (and thousands!) of questions and problems. As so many have told us after getting their copy: "It paid for itself the first day I owned it - just in time saved alone." Here's what you'll find in your Enyclopedia: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUALS - Especially released for The Encyclopedia, they cover base repair and maintenance for the '03 Springfield and later modifications; the 1911 pistol, Remington Models 10 and 11; Winchester Models 12 and 97; Stevens 520/620; Savage 720 and Ithaca 37. All with detailed illustrations and nomenclature lists. NEW GUN INSTRUCTIONS that most manufacturers issue with each new gun, giving assembly and disassembly instructions, PLUS the extensive GUNSMITH MANUALS of Winchester, Remington and Browning up to the date of printing (late 1959). UNUSUAL ILLUSTRATIONS from the files of the manufacturers showing the functioning of many of the guns. Most are no longer available, many were never publicly released. ALL AVAILABLE PARTS ILLUSTRATIONS & LISTS - Many of these are either exploded view or schematic, showing where parts go and in what order they are assembled. "Our illustration is worth 10,000 words!" ILLUSTRATIONS OF ALL NEW GUNS being manufactured in the U.S. as of Jan. 1, 1959, for which information is available . . . complete specifications given on each number and model. DETAILED MEASUREMENTS IN CHART FORM of the thousands of pins, screws, and helical springs shown in all the parts lists. Only those of very unusual construction or function are not shown. This information available in printed form nowhere else in the world. KNOWLEDGE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS  Each manufacturer is grouped alphabetically, starting with Department of Defense Technical Manuals, then Browning, Colt and so on. Each manufacturer is subdivided in the following order: 1. Illustrations and technical data. 2. Where available, illustrations which depict the working parts. 3. Manufacturer's new gun instruction literature. 4. Complete parts lists ('tho parts are now only available from specialty sources and prices aren't current). 5. Parts data pages giving specifications for pins, screws and springs.   If you've ever paid $15 to $35 for a single manual covering one model automobile or one series of technical equipment, you'll be amazed at the vast amount of material for so reasonable a price.
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