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Bolt action military rifles of the world

Stuart C. Mowbray

Bolt action military rifles of the world

by Stuart C. Mowbray

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Published by Mowbray Pub. in Woonsocket, R.I .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 406-407) and index.

StatementStuart C. Mowbray and Joe Puleo
ContributionsPuleo, Joseph V.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUD390 .M73 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination408 p. :
Number of Pages408
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24465225M
ISBN 101931464391
LC Control Number2009455528
OCLC/WorldCa499152134

German / Czech Model 98 Mauser, 8mm, 5 Round Bolt Action, NRA Surplus Good - Rare Dated Post War Mauser C & R Eligible MSRP: $ | Your Price: $ Mauser, originally Königliche Waffen Schmieden, is a German arms line of bolt-action rifles and semi-automatic pistols has been produced since the s for the German armed forces. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Mauser designs were also exported and licensed to many countries which adopted them as military and civilian sporting arters: Isny im Allgäu, Germany.

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Bolt action military rifles of the world by Stuart C. Mowbray Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is a great source of information for anyone interested in collection old military surplus bolt action rifles like I do. The illustration, pictures, and notes are wonderfully informative. But the best thing about this book is how readable and funny it is/5.

It is an excellent, high quality book with a printed cover and a matching dust cover. Written to provide an overall brief description and an in depth photographic review of specific military bolt action rifles for the milsurp collector, Bolt Action Military Rifles of the World by Stuart Mowbray and Joe Puleo offers an excellent photographic reference providing not often encountered Pages: This book came highly recommeded by a gunsmith friend.

Knowing my interest in military surplus rifles that I ultimately use for hunting, he knew this book had answers to many of my questions about some of the worlds great historical bolt action firearms, and would Bolt action military rifles of the world book me in selecting the right models and models for my needs/5(49).

Bolt Action Military Rifles of the World by Stuart C. Mowbray and Joe Puleo. Full-color guide to all your favorite vintage and surplus rifles. Organized by country, this huge collector’s guide covers bolt action military rifles from the very beginning until the very end.5/5(1).

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Book Description Mowbray Publishing. Condition: BRAND NEW. "BRAND NEW Oversized Hardcover in Dust Jacket - pp - Over Photos - Discover a whole world of bolt action military rifles as your authors take you on a country-by-country tour of these fascinating weapons/5(7).

As with all books by Bruce Canfield, this book on military bolt action rifles is thoroughly researched and the material is presented in a clear, concise manner. Canfield makes all of the necessary historical connections so that we understand the thinking and testing that went behind each model that succeeded its predecessor/5(13).

The Mauser bolt action system is based on 19th century Mauser bolt action rifle designs and was finalized in the Gewehr 98 designed by Paul is the most common bolt action system in the world, [citation needed] being in use in nearly all modern hunting rifles and the majority of military bolt action rifles until the middle of the 20th century.

The definitive book on the subject, Mauser Military Rifles of the World, 5th Edition, is the masterwork of Robert Ball, the world's foremost authority on Mauser rifles. No other work on Mausers contains more details and models of this ubiquitous rifle--from the early black powder models to the Mauser 98 and beyond/5().

Buy a cheap copy of Bolt Action Rifles book by Frank De Haas. - Coverage includes most of the major military and civilian rifle actions- Features 5/5(5).

There are many books that discuss the subject of military bolt action rifles, but this one provides a unique survey (not encyclopedic, but I have yet to find the encyclopedia which is complete in and of itself).

I enjoy reading books about many aspects of firearms; this book is very useful, informative, and enjoyable/5(41). BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES OF THE WORLDby Stuart C. Mowbray & Joe PuleoDiscover a whole world of bolt action military rifles as your authors take you on a country-by-country tour of these fascinating weapons.

Never before has this subject been covered in such detail -- including an astounding 2, professional color photographs. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: Historical background --Model of Ward-Burton Trapdoor Springfields --Winchester-Springfield Armory Hotchkiss --Remington-Keene Navy --Model Chaffee-Reece --Remington-Lee --U.S.

Krag-Jorgensen --The Model 6mm Lee Navy Straight-Pull --Model. 2 more candidates for the worst Military bolt rifle design, out of a military point of view: German G the bolt could be assembled without bolt head, and was shootable in this configuration.

'Shooting' here means heavily injuring the shooter. This wrong assembling could. World War II USGI Remington made A3 Springfield. This 03A3 was built into a match target rifle with hard sights. We do not know who did this conversion. The stock is a C stock made by Kellogg. No cartouches on the stock left.

The rear adjustable sight is a Lyman peep. Bolt-Action Rifles have long been a part of the battlefield and has seen consistent combat service throughout their history including both World War 1 and World War 2. In today's military environment, which is largely dominated by automatic weapons, the bolt-action rifle is still a proven measure of subtle offense when considering high-value.

At the tail end of the Civil War, cartridge guns like the first lever rifles and the Spencer rifle began appearing on the battlefield. But that was a time of great transition for firearms, and the military was slow to catch up. In the s the military officially adopted the Trapdoor Springfield in full length and carbine versions.

It was a. The Lee Enfield is a bolt-action repeating rifle with a ten round box magazine. It was the main rifle of the British and Imperial troops fromthough it remained in service until the s. Even now it remains in service in many Commonwealth nations The Bangladesh Police use it, as do the Canadian Rangers.

17 million Lee- Enfields are. ARGENTINE Model Mauser bolt-action rifle # E.M (x54) mfg. by Loewe in late Excellent condition, with 95% or better bluing, crest has been neatly removed from top of receiver (as usual), top of barrel-shank marked ESCUELA MILITAR with large castle waving flag (a special issue of rifles made for the military school).

All. Discover a whole world of bolt-action military rifles as your authors take you on a country-by-country tour of these fascinating weapons.

Never before has this subject been covered in such detail -- including an astounding 2, professional color photographs/5(7). There were o, Mauser action military rifles produced. The Model Mauser was the premier service rifle during the first half of the 20 th century.

The classic Mauser 98 action is considered the standard by which all other bolt action rifles are judged. The SR K31 is one of the most popular and well-made surplus rifles available. The Swiss K31 bolt-action rifle or the Karabiner Model was the standard issue rifle of the Swiss armed forces from through It is chambered for the x55mm cartridge which is ballistically similar to the Winchester/5().The action is as smooth as silk and the sound of the bolt cycling is one of the greatest of manmade sounds.

Even little details like the brass tear down disc on the butt add to the desirability of this piece. The rifle pictured above is the first World War II military surplus rifle I .