Cartridges of the World: A Complete and Illustrated Reference for Over 1500 Cartridges (Google eBook)

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Gun Digest Books, Sep 22, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 568 pages
5 Reviews
The Essential Guide to Ammunition from Around the World!

Long considered the standard reference for metallic cartridges and shotshells from around the globe, this fully-illustrated, revised 12th Edition of Cartridges of the World contains everything you need to know about the world's ammunition.

  • Commercial ammunition
  • Proprietary cartridges
  • Wildcats
  • Military ammunition
  • Shotshells
  • Rimfires
  • Current and obsolete
Edited and updated by noted cartridge designer, hunter and sportsman Layne Simpson, Cartridges of the World is a must-have volume for the cartridge collector, competitive or recreational shooter, hunter and reloader. No other single volume even comes close to Cartridges of the World!
  

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User Review  - gunnytom - Overstock.com

This is an excellent reference for anyone interested in guns and shooting. Ammunition for shotguns, rifles, revolvers, semi-automatics and muzzle-loaders are all covered, in detail. Share it with your friends. Read full review

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I buy everyone of the CoTW when they come out but this one had some difficulties. Perhaps it was the printer. It had pages missing and some cartridges left out that are normally there. I was disappointed. I will buy No. 13 when it comes out. Perhaps unless you are a true ammo geek, you won't notice. 

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