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BROWNELLS
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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Produktnr.: 108002001
BROWNELLS ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN FIREARMS-HARDCOVER EDITION
Produsentnr.: NONE Av Bob Brownell, 1,066 sider, 8-½x11 tommerFør utgivelsen av Encyclopedien sent i 1959, var det helt mangel på en servicemanual som omfattet alle amerikansk-lagde våpen for børsemakere, forhandlere eller hobbyister. Informasjonen som fantes måtte graves frem på den harde måten - og i beste fall var den mangelfull. Ettersom våpnene omtalt i Encyclopedien blir eldre, blir informasjonen enda mer verdifull; det lille av annen informasjon som var tilgjengelig har for lengst gått ut av trykk, originale manualer har gått tapt, og dagens børsemaker kan måtte gi opp reparasjons- eller restaureringsarbeid på "Pappas favoritt", uten Encyclopedien. Den besvarer hundrevis (og tusenvis!) av spørsmål og problemer. Som så mange har fortalt oss etter å ha fått sin kopi: "Den betalte seg selv den første dagen jeg eide den - bare i spart tid." Her er hva du vil finne i din Encylopedia: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TEKNISKE MANUALER - Spesielt utgitt for Encyclopedien, dekker de grunnleggende reparasjon og vedlikehold for '03 Springfield og senere modifikasjoner; 1911 pistolen, Remington modellene 10 og 11; Winchester modellene 12 og 97; Stevens 520/620; Savage 720 og Ithaca 37. Alle med detaljerte illustrasjoner og nomenklaturlister. NYE VÅPENINSTRUKSJONER som de fleste produsenter gir ut med hvert nytt våpen, som gir instruksjoner for montering og demontering, PLUSS de omfattende BØRSEMAKERMANUALENE fra Winchester, Remington og Browning frem til trykkedatoen (sent i 1959). UVANLIGE ILLUSTRASJONER fra produsentenes arkiver som viser funksjonen til mange av våpnene. De fleste er ikke lenger tilgjengelige, mange ble aldri offentliggjort. ALLE TILGJENGELIGE DELER ILLUSTRASJONER & LISTER - Mange av disse er enten eksplodert visning eller skjematisk, som viser hvor delene går og i hvilken rekkefølge de er montert. "Vår illustrasjon er verdt 10 000 ord!" ILLUSTRASJONER AV ALLE NYE VÅPEN som ble produsert i USA per 1. januar 1959, for hvilke det er tilgjengelig informasjon... komplette spesifikasjoner gitt for hvert nummer og modell. DETALJERTE MÅLINGER I DIAGRAMFORM av de tusenvis av pinner, skruer og spiralfjærer som vises i alle delenes lister. Bare de med veldig uvanlig konstruksjon eller funksjon er ikke vist. Denne informasjonen er tilgjengelig i trykt form ingen andre steder i verden. KUNNSKAP VED DINE FINGERSPISSENE Hver produsent er gruppert alfabetisk, startende med Department of Defense Tekniske Manualer, deretter Browning, Colt og så videre. Hver produsent er underdelt i følgende rekkefølge: 1. Illustrasjoner og tekniske data. 2. Der det er tilgjengelig, illustrasjoner som avbilder de fungerende delene. 3. Produsentens nye våpeninstruksjonslitteratur. 4. Komplette deler lister ('tho deler er nå kun tilgjengelig fra spesialkilder og prisene er ikke oppdaterte). 5. Deler data sider som gir spesifikasjoner for pinner, skruer og fjærer. Hvis du noen gang har betalt $15 til $35 for en enkelt manual som dekker en modell bil eller en serie teknisk utstyr, vil du bli forbløffet over den enorme mengden materiale for en så rimelig pris.
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Spesifikasjoner: Firearm: Universal Skill Level: Amateur Style: Reference Guide

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Firearm: Universal Skill Level: Amateur Style: Reference Guide Leveringsvekt: 3,243kg Frakthøyde: 46mm Fraktbredde: 226mm Fraktlengde: 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.
(Quantity prices available. Please call or write.)
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