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***SOLD Pending Funds***Like new inside, one ding on edge of cover (see pic) $ 50 shipped media mail including PayPal fees.

Somewhat hard to find, runs $ 90 to $ 100 on the Internet

U.S. MILITARY AUTOMATIC PISTOLS , VOLUME II/ 1920-1945.
Meadows, Edward Scott.
2009. First printing. HC. 448pp plus 8pp color plates, many b/w photos, illus., & drawings, 8.75x11.125; Volume 2 continues with .45 caliber automatic pistols of U.S. military during period between two world wars to end WWII (1920 to 1945 & is divided into three parts; Part I--has 13 chapters that covers introduction & overview of US Army Ordnance Dept., manufacturers of Model 1911A1, part by part comparisons, tests & experiments, renumbered, rebuilt & cutaway pistols, inspection procedures, oddities, & ammunition, accessories, & publications; Part II has 3 chapters covering the Colt Ace, Colt Service Model Ace & Colt Woodsman & 3 chapters on High Standard models; Part III Special Purpose Pistols that includes Colt Model M, Colt Model N, Colt Super .38 & sheet metal .45;. NEW.
ISBN: 0-9771286-7-9


• Featuring the Colt 1911 series and all of the other militarty usage pistols, with hundreds of Paul Goodwin photos, illustrations, charts, and serial numbers. Extremely well researched. 600+ photos & illus. Includes all the U.S. trials of other pistols that led to the adoption of the Colt 1911, and all of the Colt Auto models that preceded the 1911 Colt. Including ammo, accouterments, & development of the Luger. This is a timeless reference for the 1911, U.S., or Luger collector.
 

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