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Surplus Vintage & Classic Firearms Kindle Edition

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A comprehensive annual guide to surplus, vintage and classic firearms by GUNS Magazine. Inside are stories behind dozens of guns including history, usage and countries of origin. This collector's bonus issue is a handy reference to evaluate what's available, hard to find and what to look for in a variety of gun genres. An included resource guide will help point you in the right direction when it's time to add to your collection.

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Not much info anymore, some advertising for surplus dealers. Too much space taken up by one writer who I dislike too, guess he is a friend of the publisher. Minimal reviews of the many surplus weapons out there, probably due to the surplus market winding down with our anti gun administration shutting off markets. Used to be a good read a few years ago, not so much now..
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