Guns Illustrated 2001

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Krause Publications, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 348 pages
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This all-new edition is the most focused, well-illustrated firearms reference available. The latest products and emerging firearms trends are fully reported by Guns Illustrated's veteran field editors. Feature highlights in this edition include an extensive in-depth report on Remington's new electronic-ignition rifle and ammunition line. Plus all the latest major firearm product news handguns, rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders & ammunition.The comprehensive firearms catalog section, which lists more than 3,000 commercial firearms currently manufactured in or imported into the U.S., has been expanded -- for the first time ever -- to include semi-custom firearms. Specifications and current retail pricing are listed for all. Heavily illustrated.-- First-ever catalog of semi-custom firearms-- Articles deliver full update on new products industry-wide-- Expanded catalog of commercially-made firearms with over 1,500 illustrations-- Comprehensive Directory of Arms Manufacturers

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User Review  - queenmaya -

This one is colored and has thick glossy pages. I suppose the details and specs are much easier to see and makes it much more fun to browse through. My husband is the gun enthusiast so I'm not sure ... Read full review

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This here is a book about various guns one could shoot if one had the inclination, and illustrations of same. Read full review


Shotguns for Whitetails
The SpaceAge 22 Magnum
Autoloading Pistols

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About the author (2000)

Ken Ramage is the editor of Gun Digest and numerous other shooting sport titles. He has more than 30 years of experience in handgun hunting, competition shooting and loading cartridges and casting bullets.

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