By Roy Marcot. A comprehensive history of Remington firearms. Over 200 photographs accompany articles about Remington's history, production and design. Also includes reproductions of classic Remington advertising and posters. 128 pages - Hardcover.
Publisher:Lyons Press Publication Date: June 2005 Number of pages: 128
From the publisher:
A detailed and beautifully illustrated book that tells the full story of Remington Firearms model by model with more than 200 clear photographs. Separate sections cover all the company's output, including Pistols and Revolvers, Rifles and Carbines, and Shotguns. The range of firearms discussed spans everything from Rider's diminutive parlor pistol, which relied on a percussion cap to propel its diminutive .17 projectile, to the might .30 caliber Browning Machine Gun of 1917 which had a firepower capability of 600 rounds per minute.
Many interesting historical pictures and company posters complete the story.
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"The History of Remington Firearms" Book by Roy Marcot