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African Medium-Game Cartridges

by Pierre van der Walt

Hunters and gun owners are particularly fond of proclaiming certain publications are the last word on their sport and this tome certainly comes close. The author’s first book,  African Dangerous Game Cartridges; became a modern standard reference on big bores.  African Medium-Game Cartridges, has around 380 color images and charts, it covers the 39 currently most popular .270, 7mm, .30 and .303 hunting cartridges in the greatest detail we know of ever attempted.  It covers not only the history, but the ideal loads, the right projectiles, how to reload them and the game it should be used for.

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$85.00

The Accurate Rifle...and Rifleman

by Craig Boddington

It was Townsend Whelen who said, "Only accurate rifles are interesting." This must be one of the great truisms of the rifle-shooting world. While there certainly are a great many experienced riflemen in the USA today, few can match Boddington's experience with the variety of calibers, actions, makes, and bullets that he has shot over the last three-plus decades. That experience is why this book is such an important contribution to the literature of the hunting/shooting world... Read More

Ammo & Ballistics 6 (Sc)

by Robert Forker

The entirely updated and revised Ammo & Ballistics 6 is now available and is better than ever! Ammo & Ballistics 6 contains data and illustrations on virtually every sporting cartridge sold in the USA. Besides clear and concise writing that clarifies the complexities of ballistic coefficients and energy versus momentum, this revised edition covers 200-plus calibers . . . from the .17 Mach 2 to the .700 Nitro Express.

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Guns and Hunting

by Finn Aagaard

Finn Aagaard, a professional hunter in Kenya following World War II, moved to the United States in the 1970s. In the process, he lost a country but gained a reputation as one of the finest gunwriters of the twentieth century. He became not only admired as a gunwriter but also beloved through his frequent pennings for the American Rifleman and American Hunter. Now for the first time ever... Read More
$34.95

Lock, Stock, & Barrel

by Cyril Adams & Robert Braden

Robert Braden and Cyril Adams shot fine English shotguns for decades all over the world, and they are unashamed in their preference for an English-made shotgun. In this book they give the most complete description ever of the process of making a best-grade English gun from a lump of steel and a walnut tree trunk. Never before has this production process been described with such clarity, giving the reader a total understanding of what goes into such guns and why they are so expensive. The second section of the book contains the most practical... Read More
$29.95

American Hunting Rifles II

by Craig Boddington

This companion volume to Boddington's highly acclaimed Safari Rifles was first published seventeen years ago, and since then much has changed in North America in regards to hunting rifles, calibers, optics, and ammunition. North America has some of the most diverse hunting conditions of any continent on earth, from the ever-frozen Arctic...

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Safari Rifles II

by Craig Boddington

In 1990 Craig Boddington and Safari Press launched what proved to be one of the most popular and enduring books on rifles and calibers for Africa ever written, going through no less than twelve printings. To write an in-depth book about a complex matter, one needs experience. When Craig Boddington wrote Safari Rifles in 1989, he had experience, but today his name has become synonymous with African... Read More
$49.95
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British Gunmakers Vol II

by Nigel Brown

Whilst the fashionable London gunmakers were making a name for themselves in the nineteenth century with their expensive bespoke weapons made in limited quantities, there was a separate gunmaking industry flourishing in Birmingham and the surrounding towns. Although a few traditional makers have survived, most of the gunmaking names to be found within these covers have been amalgamated into... Read More
$100.00

British Gunmakers, Vol. I

by Nigel Brown

For two hundred years, the gunmakers of London have enjoyed a worldwide reputation for the quality and reliability of their products. Beginning with the Mantons in the eighteenth century and continuing with Purdey, Lang, Lancaster, Beesley, Boss, Holland, and Woodward, London gunmakers have led the world with their technical expertise and craftsmanship. This revised and updated edition chronicles the... Read More
$100.00

The Gun Book for Boys

by Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley & Roger Sanger

This book is aimed at young readers interested in guns and shooting but who have no firearms mentors and don't know where to begin. Thoroughly illustrated with drawings and photos, it defines firearms terms, provides hands-on advice about using and maintaining guns, and explains aspects of shooting that range from historic target matches to military sniping. When the reviewer at Safari Press started reading it, he found himself drawn into the facinating history of the various action types... Read More
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Cogswell & Harrison

by G. Cooley & J. Newton

Cogswell & Harrison, as the business became known in the midnineteenth century, has manufactured an extraordinary diversity of sporting guns and rifles during its long and colorful history. Established in 1770, it is Londons oldest surviving gunmaker. In the nineteenth century, under the direction of Edgar Harrison, the most influential figure in its history, Cogswell & Harrison became known for its ingenious innovations in... Read More
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The British Shotgun, 3-Volume Set with Slipcase

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

This three-volume set represents the definitive work on the evolution and manufacture of the British shotgun from 1850 through the present day. This highly regarded, lavishly illustrated series grew out of the vision of authors Ian Crudgington and David Baker to write a complete story of the evolution of the British shotgun. Volume One covers the formative years of 1850-70, Volume Two covers 1871-1980, and... Read More
$250.00

The British Shotgun, Volume 2

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

The British Shotgun, Volume Two 1871-1890 is the second volume of the definitive work on the evolution and manufacture of the British shotguna superb example of the British heritage of craftsmanship, ingenuity, and artistry... Read More
$75.00

The British Shotgun, Volume 1

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

The first volume in a definitive three-part series. The British Shotgun 1850-1870 is an attempt to trace, as accurately as possible, the evolution of the shotgun during its formative years in Great Britain. Some of the developments of the period are known solely from the records of the patent office, others are mentioned in writings of the time, and both these sources have been extensively and painstakingly... Read More
$75.00

Purdey, Guns & Rifle Makers

by Donald Dallas

This magnificent book, recently expanded and updated, details the history of James Purdey & Sons, the British gunmaker universally respected and known the world over as makers of the finest quality guns. The new edition celebrates Purdey's two hundred years of gunmaking from 1814 to 2014. It brings the history of the firm right up to date-over 170 photographs have been added along with a great deal... Read More
$115.00

Boss & Co

by Donald Dallas

This is the updated edition of Donald Dallass highly acclaimed book Boss & Co, Builders of Best Guns Only. This second edition brings the history of the firm up-to-date, with over 100 new photos, freshly researched material, new appendixes, and serial numbers to the present day. The new appendix on all the engravers who worked for Boss will prove of great interest to Boss owners, for now the engraver particular to each gun can be ascertained. By giving serial numbers up to the present day, guns can now be dated precisely and pairs... Read More
$95.00

Addendum I to Ammo & Ballistics 4 (Sc)

by Robert Forker

New calibers and loads have been appearing each year for well over a century. However, we live in particularly turbulent times as far as ammunition is concerned. Since the release of A&B4, there has been a great many changes, and this has necessitated coming out with an addendum to Ammo & Ballistics 4. Many new lead-free loadings have come on the market as well as new calibers... Read More

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The Best of British

by Vic Venters and David Grant

Vic Venters has for years been writing about the finest British shotguns and their makers, and David Grant has photographed countless top-end guns in a most artistic manner. Now the two of them have teamed up to give us a coffee-table book on the finest products made by gunmakers in the United Kingdom today. Most of the guns are side-by-side shotguns, but there is a sprinkling of over-and-unders... Read More
$75.00

The British Boxlock Gun & Rifle

by Diggory Hadoke

The boxlock is largely dismissed in shooting circles as a "trade gun"-a mid-to-low grade tool that is worthy but dull. Few people appreciate the boxlock's excellence in terms of its mechanical simplicity, reliability, and safety; this is a wonderful Victorian invention with numerous derivatives. The boxlock has been produced in greater quantities as both shotgun and rifle than any other single break-open, sporting-gun design-in all qualities-for over 130 years, and it is still going strong... Read More
$50.00

British Cartridge Manufacturers

by William Harding

This is a reference book written for collectors, and it contains much historical information that, in many instances, would have been lost forever had it not been documented here. Many of the companies that once produced these collectors items no longer exist. The aim of this book, which is the third and last of a series, is to record data on these cartridge manufacturers and loaders, of which today only a handful ... Read More
$70.00

Birmingham Cartridge Manufacturers

by William Harding

Traditionally more ammo was made in Birmingham in the United Kingdom than anywhere else. The manufacturers there included the most illustrious names in the Empire, and their shells were used for tigers in India, ptarmigan in the Yukon, and the war against the Mahdi in Khartoum. This in-depth review of the former munitions companies in Birmingham includes a social history as well as... Read More
$70.00

Gun Notes: Vol I

by Elmer Keith

From 1961 till the late 1970s Elmer Keith was a regular contributor to Guns & Ammo magazine with a monthly column entitled "Gun Notes." This book contains the best of his articles during this period and is entirely devoted to pistols, revolvers, bolt-actions, and double rifles, shotguns, ammunition, loads, bullets, and accessories. Keith was a master storyteller as well as a most observant gun expert. He was one of the country's best-known... Read More
$39.95

Metallic Cartridge Handloading (Sc)

by M.L. Mic McPherson

Mic McPherson has written one of those books you only see once every so many decades; it literally contains everything that you need to know about reloading a rifle or handgun cartridge from A through Z. McPhersons credentials are very impressive (editor of various books on cartridges, consultant to Barnes Bullets, has authored hundreds of articles and reloaded a few hundred thousand rounds), but... Read More
$39.95

Make Every Shot Count!

by J. Scott Olmsted

We all like to think we are pretty good with a rifle in the field. But we all have limits. Of course, most of us can punch holes in the ten-ring off the bench, but conditions on the range differ greatly from real life. And it's not too difficult for most of us to make an 80-yard shot from a solid rest in the field. But when that big mule deer appears at the head of the canyon 250 yards away, when your rifle is buffeted by a monster cross-wind... Read More
$29.95
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