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No. 1, September 1955

Smith, Sam. — Lindsay Pistol Exhibit at the Cincinnati Meeting May 21-22, 1955.” pp. 2.8

McHugh, Thomas J. — United States Patent Models. (B.C. Gough; Morris & Brown; G.W.B. — Gedney; D.B. Wesson; Brettell & Frisbie; C. A. King). pp. 9-27.
No. 2, November 1956

Patterson, C. Meade. — North Pistols and their Variations. pp. 316.

Smith, Samuel E. — A Unique Breech-loading U.S. Martial Pistol. .Pp. 17-18.

Holt, Thomas E. — Pennsylvania 1798 Contract Muskets. pp. 19-24

No. 3, Spring 1961

Kuhn, Lt. Co. R.C. — Unknown Martial Pistols, 1797-1816. pp. 3-13.

Panel: M. Aziz, J.B. Smith, F. N. Russell, H.M. Stewart. — A Round Table Discussion of American Revolving Long Arms. pp. 18-21.

Smith, James B. — Miller Revolving Rifle. pp. 22-25.

Russell, Frank N. — Warners Revolving Rifles. pp. 26-30.

Stewart, Henry M., Jr. — Revolving Rifles. pp. 31-35

No. 4. Fall, 1961

Neal, W. Keith. — Some Famous English Gunmakers. pp. 3-9.

Moldenhauer, Karl.—Remington Arms. Pp. 17-18.

Gerber, William E. — Remington Navy Revolvers. pp. 12-16.

Leonard, Harmon C. — Remington Single Shot Pistols. pp. 19-20.

Florence, William E. —Remington Casings. pp. 21-27.

Hoopes, Thomas T. — Some Unusual Firearms. pp. 31-40.

No. 5, Spring. 1962

Wilson, Larry. — Samuel Colt Presents” in the Making. pp. 3-7.

Lewis, Waverly P. — U.S. Military Headgear 1770-1880. pp. 10-14.

Fox, Gerald G. — The Gun that won the West. pp. 18-22.

Hammer, Betty. — The Distaff View, pp. 25-26.

Jackson, Leon.—The Hartford Meeting. Pp. 27-28.

No. 6, Fall, 1962.

Williams, Herman W. Jr., — Union Arms Company Revolvers. pp. 3-7.

Stewart, Henry M., Jr. — Union Arms Contemporary Revolvers. pp. 8-10

Peterson, Harold L. — Notes on Tomahawks, Hatchets and Boarding Axes used by Americans. pp. 11-16.

Bennet, Hugh, Jr. — The Palmetto Armory, Columbia, South Carolina. pp. 17-26.
No. 7. Spring 1963

Byrne, John E. — Guns and Their Makers of the Great Western Emporium. Pp.2-9.

Fall, Clarence B. — St. Louis Guns, the Mechanics of Manufacture and Points of Identification. pp. 10-14.

Frost, Henry Gordon. — Thirteen Days to Glory. pp. 20-27.

Knode, Harry C. — Organization of the American Society of Arms Collectors. pp. 30-32.

No. 8, Fall 1963

Jones, Charles B., — Evolution of the Bugle or Trumpet: Reminiscences of a Cavalry Bugler of Fifty Years .Ago. pp. 3-8.

Hubbell, Benjamin F. — The New England Combination Gun, 1730 to 1775. pp. 9-12.

Funderburg, W.R. — What Price Complacency. pp. 13-17

Knode, Harry C. — Henry Deringer, Jr. and his Imitators. pp. 22-28.

No. 9, Spring 1964

Shumaker, P.L. — Some of the Old Model Pocket Pistols Called 49ers. pp. 3-7

Pins, Robert. — Francis Bannerman Exodus, 1865-1959. pp. 15-19.

A Random Shot at the Military Inn.[Photographs] pp. 22-25

Heinrich, Leonard. — Development and Uses of Armor. pp. 26-30.
No. 10, Fall 1964.

Stewart, Henry M. Jr. — Automatic Priming of Flint and Percussion Firearms. pp. 2-11.

Lucie, James R. — Volcanic and Henry Firearms. pp. 15-19.

Jackson, Leon C. — The Future of Gun Collecting. pp. 24-26.

No. 11, Spring 1965.

Wolff, Eldon. — The Nunemacher Collection. pp. 2-9.

Dean, Herman. — The Philosophy of Collecting. pp. 10-16.

Patterson, C. Meade. — Harpers Ferry and its Firearms. pp. 21-31

Horner, Frank R. — Pepperboxes. pp. 34-42
No. 12, Fall 1965.

Hoopes, Thomas T. — Some Arms Museums of Great Britain. pp. 4-18.

Hammer, John D. — The American Cutlass. pp. 19-22.

Millman, Crosby. — Early American Engraved Powder Horns. pp. 24-29.

Miller, Eugene E. — Benedict Arnold, Both Hero and Traitor. pp. 30-36.

Leonard, Harmon C. — The Kentucky Rifle. pp. 38-44.

Leonard, Harmon C.—“An Ode to Knode.” P. 45

No. 13, Spring 1066

Frost, H. Gordon. — Wild and Wackie Woolie Weapons. pp. 6-12.

Smith, Samuel E. — Probing the Questionable. pp. 15-18

Abels, Robert. — The Royal Castle of Nuremberg Collection Torture and Instruments of Punishment. pp. 21-27.

Logan, Herschel C. — Courage, Bullets and Beans...a Panorman of the Civil War. pp. 28-34.

No. 14, Fall 1966.

Smith, Samuel E. Chicago Meeting Highlights. Pp. 3-5.

Serven, James E. — Early Guns and Gunmakers West of the Mississippi. pp. 6-14.

Hanson, Charles E. Jr. — Indian Trade Guns. pp. 18-23.

TO BE IDENTIFIEDMuzzle Loading Ordnance Models. pp. 24-27.

Hendricks, Charles S. — Hand Operated Projectile Weapons. pp. 30-35.

McIntosh, Alan. “I am a Tired American.” p. 37
No. 15, Spring 1967

Bonner, James C. — Problems of Logistics in the Confederacy. pp. 2-8.

DuBose, Beverly M., Jr., III. — The Manufacture of Confederate Ordnance in Georgia. pp. 10-15

Pugsley, Edwin. — Recollections of the Forming of the Pugsley and Winchester Gun Collections. pp. 31-33. (Talk at Sept. 1955 ASAC Meeting)

Hoopes, Tom.—Tom Hoopes to Russia. p. 20.

Russell, Frank.—Frank Russell to Denmark. p. 20

Smith, Sam.—Sam Smith to the British Isles. p.21

No. 16, Fall 1967

Jackson, Leon C. — Statement at Hearings on H.R. 5384 April 10, 1967. pp. 4-7.

Pins, Robert G. — U.S. Military 45-70 Springfield Breechloading Rifles. pp. 9-17.

Milliman, Crosby. — Evolution of the Pennsylvania Rifle. 20-28.

DuBose, Beverly M., Jr. — Experiences of a Civil War Collection. pp. 30-34.

Johnson, William A. “Billy” — Japanese Edged Weapons Collecting Frontier. pp. 36-40.

Jackson, Archer L. — Rare Trapdoor Springfields, Part 1. pp. 42-51.

No. 17, Spring 1968.

Hoopes, Thomas T — A Visit to Russia. pp. 3-5.

McMurray, John C. — U.S. Flintlock Rifles. pp. 8-14.

Leonard, Harmon C. — The British Invasion of New Haven. pp. 18-22

Pugsley, Edwin. — Winchesters of the Past. pp. 26-29.

Jackson, Archer L. — Rare Trapdoor Springfields, Part 2. pp. 32-39.

No. 18, Fall 1968.

Natta-Soleri, Raffael. — Museums of Arms and Military History in Torino – The Role of Accademia de San Marciano. pp. 3-15.

Lindsay, Merrill. — Six Shooters Since Sixteen Hundred. pp. 18-27.

Milliman, Crosby. — Boston in the American Revolution. pp. 32-38.

No. 19, Spring 1969.

Bedford, Clay P. — The Forsyth Percussion System. pp. 4-13.

Dunlap, H.J., (Jack) — The Mauser Self-loading Military Pistol. pp. 21-26.

Frost, H. Gordon. — Saddles, Spurs, and Boots. pp. 33-36.

No. 20, Fall; 1969

Sullivan, Albert M. — Kentucky Rifle Silhouettes. pp. 2-10.

Peterson, Mendel L — Magnetic Search for Bermuda Wrecks. pp. 16-20.

Westergard, Paul J. — Non-Map Powder Horns. pp. 22-25.

Logan, Herschel C. — The Story of Our ASAC Emblem. pp. 26-27.

Berg, Paul. — Hopkins & Allen Guns. pp. 32-44.

No. 21, Fall 1970

Jackson, Leon C. — A Collector’s Wife Should Take a Hard Look at Firearms Legislation. pp. 3-5

Hammer, Betty B. — The Distaff View. pp. 5.

Holt, Thomas E. — U.S. 1798 Contract Muskets. pp. 8-14.

Marvin, Stephen D. — A Springfield Model 1795 Musket with Permanently Attached Bayonet. pp. 17-18.

Kyser, Cecil C. — Story of the Stevens Pistol. pp. 21-25.

Russell, Frank N. — U.S. Military Signal Pistols. pp. 28-33.

Upchurch, Donald E. — The Use of the Eagle in Sword Decoration. pp. 38-42.

No. 22, Fall 1970.

Terenzi, Marcello. — The Italian “Venditti” Pistol. pp.. 3-8.

Hoff, Arne. — What do we Really Know About the Snaphaunce. pp. 11-18.

Williamson, William R. — The Real Ripper. pp. 21-28.

Simmons, Edward N. — Dr. Jean Alexander Francoise le Mat and the New Orleans Affair. pp. 33-41.
No. 23, Spring 1971.

Hale, Robin C. — Tennessee Rifles. pp. 6-23.

Swayze, Nathan L. — The Model 1851 Colt Navy. pp. 31-41.
No. 24, Fall 1971

Neal, Keith. — The Ferguson Rifle and its Origins. pp. 2-9.

Bedford, C.P. — Collier and His Revolvers. pp. 10-21.

Serven, James E. — Adventures in Pursuit of Old Guns. pp. 28-34.

Hendricks, Charles S. — Progress of firearms From Inseption through Flintlock. pp. 35-38.

Garcelon, Alonzo. — Target Rifles. pp. 39-42

No. 25, Spring 1972.

Lavin, James D. — Ripoll Pistols. pp. 2-12.

Blackmore, Howard L. — British Military Firearms in Colonial America. pp. 13-24

Dyke, Sam & Earl Heffner Jr. — The Moll Family of Gunsmiths. pp. 25-29

Howell, Edgar V., Jr. — The U.S. Flintlock Musket as it is Converted for Use of the Percussion System.. pp. 30-33.

Suydam, C.R. — The Millennium Arrived at Williamsburg. pp. 34-35.

Stewart, H.M. — Exhibits: Revolving Long Arms. pp. 35-39.

Bo. 26, Fall 1972.

Mouillesseaux, Harold R. — Early Allen Firearms. pp. 2-15.

Reilly, Robert M. — Harpers Ferry and John Hall. pp. 16-29

Ottati, Michael. — Rapiers. pp. 30-38

Nutter, Waldo E. — Manhattan Firearms Manufacturing Co. pp. 39-61.
No. 27, Spring 1973.

Weatherhead, Albert J., III. — John Parker Lindsay a Study in Firepower. pp. 2-9

Berg, Paul. — Remington Conversions. pp. 10-18.

O’Neal, William B. — Artillery Models: Design and Construction. pp. 19-28.

Eberhart, L.D. — The Perry and Goddard “Double Header” or “Perpetual Revolver.” pp. 29-32.
No. 28, Fall 1973.

Wilson, R.L. — Firearms Engraving in Nineteenth Century America. pp. 2-20.

Diefenthal, Stanley M. — Typical Firearms Forgeries and Fakes and Methods for Detecting Them. pp. 21-40

Gamber, Ortwin. — The Firearms of the Waffensammlung in Vienna. pp. 41-53.

Chalapis, John — Queen Anne Pistols 1650-1750. pp. 54-65.
No. 29, Spring 1974.

Hayward, J.F. — The Decoration of Firearms in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. pp. 2-9

Lindsay, Merrill. Restoration of Arms and Armor Being Done at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum. pp. 10-17.

Smith, Samuel E. — Twenty Years of the American Society. pp. 18-21.

No. 30, Fall 1974.

Eberhart, L.D. — W.W. Marston and His Guns. pp. 2-43.

Waite, M.D. — Some Firearm Accessories and Modifications of Interest to the Arms Student and Collector. pp. 45-79.

Spring, Robert E. — Scrimshaw Art of the American Whalemen. pp. 80-89.

Tarassuk, Leonid. — American and European Firearms in the Hermitage Museum. pp. 90-97.

Brooker, R.E. — Variations of the French Model AnXIII Produced by Other Countries. pp. 98-116

No. 31, Spring 1975.

Suydam, C.R. — Some Variations of the British Coaching Blunderbuss. pp. 2-23.

Swayze, Nathan L. — The London-Made ’51 Colt Navy with a Comparison to its Hartford-Made Counterpart. P. 24-40.

Kennedy, R.N., Jr. — Notes on the Model 1816 U.S. Flintlock Musket. pp. 41-49.

Tarassuk, L. — Selected Illustrations From His Talk on Arms at the Hermitage Museum. pp. 50-60.

Blair, Claude. — Scottish Firearms, pp. 61-101.

Brooker, R.E. & H. Lehner. — The Military Pistols of Saxony. (in English and German) pp. 102-129.
No. 32, Fall 1975.

Murphy, John M. — The Story of Confederate Carbines. pp. 2-36.

Lindsay, Merrill. — A Review of all of the known Surviving Swords of Gen. George Washington; How many Swords did George Washington Wear at His Inauguration? pp. 37-49.

Fink, David H. — The “Collector” License: A Help or Hindrance. pp. 50-54.

Davis, Edward M. — Address by Los Angeles Police Chief Edward M. Davis to the ASAC. pp. 55-60.

Hoff, Arne. — Treasures of the Tøjus Museum. pp. 61-69

No. 33, Spring 1976.

Swayze, Nathan L. — The Rappahannock Forge. pp. 2-34.

Reid, William. — British Military Weapons; The Problem of Telling Their Story in a New Museum. pp. 35-52.

Altemus, James C. — The Hewes and Phillips Story. pp. 53-64.

Michel, Benjamin P. — The Richmond Armory. pp. 65-74.

Hendricks, Charles S. — Guns of the Munich Court Workshop and Other German Wheellock Guns of the Period. pp. 75-80.

Repman, Harry J. — U.S. Buckles and Plates 1830-1860. pp. 81-88.

Mitchell, Paul C. — In Pursuit of Colts. pp. 89-91.

No. 34, Fall 1976.

Flanagan, Edward R. — Virginia Militia Long Arms. pp. 2-17.

Hill, Erwin J., Jr. — Early American 22-Caliber Handguns. pp. 18-30.

Horner, Frank R. — The Romance of Duelling. pp. 31-35.

No. 35, 1976.

Leonard, Harmon C. — The Militia and Munitions of the Revolution. pp. 3-10.

Guthman, Bill. — Arms and Accoutrements of the Revolutionary Period. pp. 11-20.

Gabel, Ronald — .A Closer Look at Lehigh County Kentuckies. pp. 21-28.

Owens, Eldon J. — Guns Made in Windsor, Vermont. pp. 29-32.

Stewart, H.M. — The American Air Gun School of 1800-1830. pp. 33-38.

Floyd, William B. — The Rebel Sharps. pp. 39-44.

Milliman, Crosby. — What do you Wear to a Revolution? pp. 45-50.

Hayward, John. — The Keinbusch Collection. pp. 51-56.

No. 36, 1977.

Katzowitz, A. Lewis. — Thoughts of Joe Kindig, Jr. pp. 3-8.

Marvin, Stephen D. — Strange Ports and Fine Guns. pp. 9-18.

McCauley, Robert H, Jr. — Some American Descendants of the Small Sword. pp. 19-28.

Tarassuk, Leonid. — Parrying Daggers and Poniards. pp. 29-42.

Miller, Gene E. — The Art of Gun Collecting. pp. 43-45.

Phillips, John R. — No Visible Means of Support. pp. 47-49.

Wood, Tom. — From Fakes to Folk Art. pp. 50-54.

No. 37, 1977.

Daehnhardt, Rainer. — First Steps Towards an Introduction Into the Study of Early Gunmaking in the Portuguese World,1450-1650. pp. 1-8.

McNellis, Bob. — El Paso Gunmen and the Tools of Their Trade. pp. 9-12.

Jones, L.W. — Handguns of the Massachusetts Arms Co. pp. 13-19.

McCraken, Joseph III. — Trailblazing Drovers of Texas and The Odyssey of Oliver Loving. pp. 20-25.

Whittington, George R. — A Tale of Ben Lilley and His Knife.. pp.. 26.

Foote, Frank O. — The N.R.A. Whittington Center: A Progress Report. pp. 27-30.

LaRue, J. William. — Variations of the “Remington Navy Rifle, Model 1870.” pp. 31-36.

Sellers, Frank M. — Christian Sharps was Born in Washington, New Jersey. pp. 37-42.

Lundeberg, Philip K. — Microcosm of Revolution (The Gondola “Philadelphia”). pp. 43-51.

No. 38, Spring 1978.

Moore, Bill, Jr. — Civil War Cavalry: Arms, Accoutrements and Relics. pp. 3-12.

Neville, R.E., Jr. — James Conning, Confederate Sword Maker. pp. 13-16.

Gerber, William E. — Harpers Ferry Rifles: Comparing the Models 1803-1814. pp. 17-21.

Hartley, Dean S., Jr. — Japanese Armor and Weapons. pp. 23-32.

Appel, Jack. Remingtons – the Long, Not the Short of it. (Part 1& 2) pp. 33-44.

Bearss. Edwin C. — Big Plans for Gunboat Cairo. pp. 45-48.

Bearss, Margie Riddle. — Small Arms of the Cairo. pp. 68-71.

No. 39, Fall 1978.

Reisner, William H. Jr. — The Artistry of the Hawken Family. pp. 2-11.

Seller, Frank M. — The Feuding Gunsmiths of Denver. pp. 13-21.

Lewis, W.T. — C.M. Spencer: The Man and His Inventions. pp. 23-28

Dyke, Samuel E — Some Thoughts on the American Flintlock Pistol. pp. 29-33.

Peck, Jonathan M. — The 45-70 Trapdoor Springfield; A Personal Tribute . p. 34.

Neville, R.E., Jr. — James Conning, Confederate Sword Maker. pp. 35-38

Eberhart, Lloyd D. Leftovers & Additions About W.W. Harston. pp. 30-42.

Hayward, John. — Bernard Piraube – Gunmaker to Louis XIV. pp. 43-51.

McCracken, Joe H., III. — Z.M. Pike, Capt. U.S.I. Near Colorado Springs Winter, 1806. p. 58.

Smith, Sam. Recollections after 25 Years. p. 54.

No. 40, Spring 1979.

D’Arrigo, Stephen, Jr. — The Origin and Myths of the Second Amendment. pp. 2-7.

Dale, Peter — Swords of Honour and Glory. pp. 8-15.

Taylor, Dean. — The Manufacture d’Armes de Versailles. pp. 17-24.

Goodson, Joe. — Gambling in the Early West. pp. 25-28.

Suydam, C.R. — Pre-Metallic Cartridges for Pistols and Revolvers. pp. 29-33.

Denning, Gerald. — Rare Paris: “Gentlemen of Invention we Salute You”. pp. 34-44.

Castro, John — From the Beginning: Patent Arms Manufacturing Co., “Colts Patent.” pp. 45-48.

No. 41, Fall 1979.

McCracken, Jopseph H., III. — Victory at New Orleans, 1815. pp. 2-17.

Warner, Robert. — In Defense of a Queen, 1800-1870. pp. 8-12.

Bitter, Ed. — The McCormick Pistol Mystery - An Update. pp. 13-22.

Cromwell, Giles. Discoveries Relating to the Virginia Manufactory of Arms. pp. 23-24.

Repman, Harry A. — A Symposium on Union Cartridge Boxes of the Civil War. pp. 33-34.

Van Eman, Glenn. — Terry’s Texas Rangers. pp. 35-49.

Sellers, Frank M. — The Gunsmiths of New Orleans. p. 50.

No. 42, Spring 1980.

Routh, James E., Jr. — American Engraved Powder Horns. pp. 2-19.

Edmunds, William W. — Auctions. pp. 20-23

Demerritt, Dwight B., Jr. — John H. Hall and the Origin of the Breechloader. pp. 24-29.

Herr, Eugene. — The Swiss Institute of Arms and Armour. pp. 30-34.

Garb, Maurice. — The U.S. Model 1847 Musketoon. pp. 35-42.

Van Eman, Glenn. — Terry’s Texas Rangers (Conclusion). pp. 43-46.

No. 43, October 1980.

Uphoff, Herb. — James Lee, Wisconsin Arms Inventor, 1860-1874. pp. 2-16.

Baehr, Fritz. — Diminutive Descendent: Remington’s New Model Pocket Revolver. pp. 17-22.

Wertenberger, Jim. — Henry Deringer and J. Joseph Henry Martial Pistols. pp. 23-29.

Schmidt, Peter A. — The Percussioning of U.S. Martial Longarms. pp. 31-37.

Hayward, John. — Filippo Orso, Designer, and Caremolo Modrone, Armourer of Mantua. pp. 39-48.

No. 44, March 1981.

McCracken, Joseph H., III. — Near Williamsburg, 1781. Pp.2-5.

Katsainos, Charles. — 1690-1790: 100 Years of French Naval Pistols. pp. 7-14.

Thompson, F. Allen. — Worcester County Gunsmiths 1760-1830. pp. 15-20.

Floyd, William B. — The Ashville Armory and Rifle. pp. 21-26.

Mesnard, Howard. — Early Scottish Edged Weapons anmd Related Militaria. pp. 27-34.

Guthman, William H. — Carved Powder Horns. pp. 35-50.
No. 45, October 1981.

Forgett, Valmore, Jr. — Light Artillery of the Civil War. pp. 2-7.

Foote, Frank O. — The Guns of Fort Kearny 1848-1871. pp. 8-15.

Johnson, Richard. — U.S. Army Accoutrements 1840-1860. pp. 17-23.

Howard, Robert. — The Warner Carbine. pp. 24-30.

Longfield, G. Maxwell. — Ancient Firearms of Scotland. pp. 31-37.

No. 46, March 1982.

Cali, Al. — The California Powder Works. pp. 2-5.

Johnson, Richard. — U.S. Cavalry Sabers. pp. 6-17.

Runtsch, Clarence Frederick. — The Spice of Kentucky Rifle Collecting. pp. 18-26.

Brundage, W.E. — The Peabody Patent Action – A World Favorite. pp. 27-32.

Sellers, Frank M. — How to Research a Gunmaker. pp. 33-36.

No. 47, October 1982.

McCracken, Joseph H., III. — The Valley Forge Cattle Drive and the Pilfered Barrel of Booze. pp. 2-6.

Holt, Richard A. — Pre-1814 U.S. Martial Contract Rifles. pp. 7-19.

Crain, J. Larry. — Port Hudson: For Louisiana, A Battle Lost, A Battlefield Won. pp. 20-32.

Gabel, Ronald G. — Lehigh County Gunsmithing Families. pp. 33-44.

Tarassuk, Leonid. — The Kremlin Armory Workshops. pp. 45-56.

Wagner, Lowell J. — Thomas K. Bacon – The Arms and the Man. Pp.57-64.

No. 48, April 1983.

Hughes, Nicky, — The Role of Kentucky in America’s Military Heritage. pp. 2-5.

Leonard, Harmon C. — The Art of the Kentucky Rifle. Pp.; 7-10.

Bates, Ernest L. — An Update on the J. & J. Miller (Millar) Revolving Cylinder Guns. pp. 11-20.

Wagner, Lowell J. — Thomas Bacon – The Arms and the Man. pp. 21-34.
No. 49, October 1983.

Darling, Anthony D. — Mid-18th Century British Military Swords With Open “S” Paneled Guards. pp. 3-8.

Bassinger, Les. — Ethan Allen’s Dragoon Pepperboxes. Pp.9-23.

Van Horn, Thurston. — The Henry – My Favorite Rifle. pp. 24-30.

Gary, Bill. — Identification and Authentication of Confederate Handguns. pp. 31-39.

Berg, Paul. — Remington Can Guns. pp. 40-50.

No. 50, May 1984.

Edge, D.A. — An Introduction to the History of the Wallace Collection. pp. 2-21.

Blackmore, Howard L. American Arms in the Tower. pp. 22-38.

Blair, Claude. — Arms and Armour Collections in and Around London. pp. 40-55.

Stewart, Henry M., Jr. — The Presentation of the Owen Jones-Deringer Revolvers to the Sealed Pattern Room at Enfield Lock.. pp. 56-59.

No. 51, October 1984.

Nehrbass, Arthur F. — A Pattern To Work By. pp. 2-11.

Hanson, Charles E., Jr. — Henry E. Leman, Riflemaker. pp. 12-20.

Bassinger, Les. — Allen and Wheelock Percussion and Lip Fire Revolvers. pp. 21-33.

Hoffman, Clark R. — The British East India Company: Its Naval Operations. pp. 34-44.

Thomas, H.H. — Antonin Vinzenc Lebada, Master Gunmaker. pp. 45-52.

No. 52, April 1985.

Harris, James C. — The Obscure Confederate Sword Maker Jacob Faser. pp. 2-7.

Edmunds, Fred. — Collecting Confederate Swords... The Mystique. pp. 9-23.

Cromwell, Giles. — The Alteration of Virginia Manufactory Weapons 1813-1863. pp. 24-45.

Moore, Robert L. — Fort Griffin and the Buffalo Sharps. pp. 46-65.

Madaus, Howard Michael. — The Maynard Rifle and Carbine in the Confederate Service,. pp. 66-79.

Sewell, J. Logan. — Natchez Its Glory and Its Guns. pp. 80-93.
No. 53, October 1985.

Visser, Henk L. — Dutch Ivory-Stocked Pistols. pp. 2-43.

Jinks, Roy G. — A Picture Story.. [Smith & Wesson]. pp. 44-58.

Lewis, George S. — Colt “Deringers.” pp. 59-76.

No. 54, May 1986.

Chenault, Lynn. New Orleans, 1815: The End and a New Beginning. pp. 2-10.

Edmunds, Frederick R. — The Edged Weapons of Kenansville, North Carolina, or How to Succeed in Business by Disposing of a Rascal Partner. pp. 11-24.

Schmidt, Peter A. — The Model 1833 North/Hall Carbine,- Type III. pp. 25-31.

Peery, Charles V. — Blockade Running During The Civil War. pp. 32-40.

Visser, Henk — A Postscript to Henk Visser’s Article in Bulletin 53. pp. 41-45.

Madaus, H. Michael. — North Carolina Rifle Contracts of the Civil War. pp. 46-53.

No. 55, October 1986.

Marohn, Richard C., — Colt’s Efforts at Double Action. pp. 2-20.

Stewart, Richard W. — The London Gunmakers and the Ordnance Office, 1590-1637. pp. 21-27.

Gary, William A. Texas Pistol Makers of the Confederacy. pp. 29-39.

Brophy, William S. — The Marlin Firearms Co. pp. 40-47..

No. 56, April 1987.

Armstrong, Don. — The U.S. Dragoons and Their Sabers. pp. 2-8.

Burghoff, David R. — Smith & Wesson Rarities, 1854-1900. pp. 9-23.

Eklund, Vern. — “Gutta Percha” Pistol Cases. pp. 24-34.

Fink, David H. — Disguised Guns. pp. 3550.
No. 57, October 1987.

Hamilton, John D. — A Roland for an Oliver. pp. 2-11.

Schneller, Robert J., Jr. — The Last Smoothbores; The Development of John A. Dahlgren’s Heavy Cast-Iron Ordnance for the U.S. Navy in an Era of Transititon, 1848-1965. pp. 12-36.

Watson, John K. — Federal Taxation and the Arms Collector. pp. 37-41.

Jones, Lawrence W. — Variations of the Model 1885 Winchester. pp. 42-52.

Marcot, Roy M, R.C. Marohn, G.D. Moller. — Firearms Research: A Professional Approach; A Roundtable Discussion. pp. 53-60.

Crain, J. Larry & Allen R, Saltus Jr.. — Spruce Brook Mill: Simeon North’s Pistol Factory, Berlin, Connecticut. pp. 61-70.

No. 58, May 1988.

Balentine, F.J. (Pablo). — The Sharps 1851 Boxlock. pp. 2-13.

Chenault, Lynn M. — Ol’ Betsy in the Alamo. pp. 14-19.

Kellerstedt, Burton. — Early Swords and Sabers of the Armory of Springfield. pp. 21-30.

Pugsley, Edwin. — Recollections of the Forming of the Pugsley and Winchester Gun Collections. pp. 31-34.

Janke, Paul C. — Guns from Below the Mexican Border. pp. 35-43.

No. 59, October 1988.

Truslow, Henry A. — George Schalk, Pennsylvania Artisan. pp. 2-15.

Pachanian, Sam. — Colt’s 1848 Pocket Model – The “Baby Dragoon” – A Classification by Model. pp.16-26.

Peterson, Ron. — Protecting Your Investment: The Care and Preservation of Firearms. pp. 27-32.

Dresslar, Jim. — The Ball-Headed Club of the North American Indian. pp. 33-37.

Sweeney, Fred. — Colt Spur Trigger Pocket Pistols Introduced 187 to 1882. pp. 38-45.

Fuller, Claude E. — Rambling Shots From The Past. pp. 47-50.
No. 60, May 1989.

Gewirz, Ted. — Long Rifles of the Valley of Virginia. pp. 2-19.

Hamilton, John D. — The Bay State Arms Co. Match Rifle: An Update. pp. 20-28.

Jones, Douglas E. — The Dickson, Nelson Company: Alabama Civil War. pp. 29-37.

Pavkovic, Michael F. — The Legionary Horsemen: Arms, Armor and Tactical Role of the Equites Legionis and Equites Promoti. pp. 38-44.

Kennedy Richard N., Jr. — Rifle Making in Antebellum Georgia. pp. 45-49.

No. 61, October 1989.

Longfield, Gordon A. [G. Maxwell]— The Story of the Rise and Fall of Sainte Marie Among the Hurons. pp. 2-7.

Guthman, William H. — Powder Horns Carved in the Provincial Manner, 1744-1777. pp. 8-21.

Leonard, Harmon C. — Personalities at Saratoga. pp. 22-28.

Gabel, Ronald G. — The Northampton County, Pennsylvania, School of Gunsmithing. pp. 28-39.

Gavin, William .— Politics and Personalities at Harpers Ferry Armory, 1794-1861. pp. 40-49.

No. 62, May 1990.

Darling, Anthony D. — Mid-18th Century British Military Swords With Open “S” Panelen Guards: An Update. pp. 2-8.

Hanson, Charles E., Jr. — Fur Trader’s Pistols. pp. 9-17.

Janke, Paul C. — The Mysteries of the Cass Repeating Rifle of Utica, New York. pp. 18-23.

Luhman, Hope Elizabeth. — Lock, Stock and Barrel: The Henry Gunsmiths of Pennsylvania. pp. 24-31.

Suydam, Charles R. — Bulls-Eyes and Sharpshooters. pp. 32-47.

No. 63, October 1990.

Hamilton, John D. — Schützenfest: a German-American Tradition. pp. 2-17.

Janecek, Howard E. — John Meunier – Wisconsin’s Premier Gun Maker. pp. 18-31.

Straube, Beverly Ann — . A Re-Examination of the English-Lock. pp. 32-56.

Wertenberger, James M — . The Primary 1807-1808 U.S. Martial Pistols. pp. 58-73.

Beckford, M.D. — Harpers Ferry Alteration of the Model 1841 Rifle. pp. 74-81.

Bailey, Harold, Jr. — Lenard M. Brownell, 1933-1982: A Custom Gunmaker. pp. 82-97.

No. 64, May 1991.

Cleveland, John M. (Jack). — One Northern Brother. pp. 2-11.

Benninghoff, Herman O., II. — The “Evolved” Longarm in North America 1750-1850. pp. 12-21.

Woods, H.B. (Luke) — . U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistols Navy and Army. pp. 22-34.

Nannos, J. Craig & Frederick C. Gaede. — Bayonet Belt Plates of the U.S. Army. pp. 36-43.

Brundage, William E. — Joseph Whitworth and His Guns. pp. 44-51.

No. 65, September 1991.

Burke, Lee. — 18th Century English Trade Guns in the South, or The Carolina Gun and It’s Time and Place in History. pp. 2-16.

Janke, Paul C. — The Trail of a Walker. pp. 17-25.

Marcot, Roy M. — The Development of the Gatling Gun. pp. 26-35.

Pachanian, Sam. — U.S. Navy Markings & Their Variations on Colt 1851 & 1861 Navy Model Revolvers, Percussion & Conversion. pp. 36-46.
No. 66, May 1992.

Sword, Riley. — Hallowed Metal: A Perspective on Historical Arms. pp. 2-10.

Frawner, John T. — Louis Froelich: Immigrant, Sword Maker. pp. 11-17.

Flanagan, Edward R — . The American Flintlock Pistol and its English Antecedents. pp. 18-29.

Cooley, David E — Lancaster Multi-Barrel Pistols. pp. 30-43.

Galeno, William A — A Brief History of Japanese Armour. pp. 44-48.

No. 67, October 1992.

Dowd, J.A. (Arnie), II. — The Panelled Buttplate School of Southern Kentuckies. pp. 2-15.

Stapleton, Tom K. — The Story of a Knife. pp. 16-25.

Mayberry, Gerald R — The End of the Line: The Last Days of the Sharps Rifle in Montana. pp. 26-40.

No. 68, May 1993.

Guthman, William H. — Fort Washington and the Harmar and St. Clar Expeditions of 1790-1791. pp. 2-13.

Marvin, Stephen D. — Eli’s First two Thousand. pp. 15-33.

Hiener, Terry. Samurai: Tokugawa Period (1603-1867) Arms and Armor. pp. 35-55.

Marsh, Glenn. — Benjamin Mills, 19th Century Kentucky Gunmaker. pp. 56-69.

Taylor, Dean. — The Pocket Pistols (Pistolet l‘Écossaise) of Nicholas Noél Boutet. pp. 70-82.

No. 69, October 1993.

Truslow, Henry A. — The Beginning , The End. pp. 2-6.

Lucie, Jim. — The Life, Times and Knives of W.W. Scagel. pp. 7-15.

Parker, Mike. — The U.S.N. Niagara: America’s Emerging Navel Pride. pp. 16-23.

Beckford, M.D. (Chip). — The English Double Rifle. pp. 24-31.

Logan, Herschel C. — Romance of the Old West. pp. 32-42.

No. 70, April 1994.

Dresslar, Jim. — The Tansel Family of Powder Horn Carvers. pp. 2-

Hamilton, John D. — Jacob Hurd and the Boston Small Sword. pp. 8-15.

Boorman, Dean K. — A Personal Reminiscence of Bashford Dean, and His Unpublished Talk, Circa 1920, “The Hobby of Collecting Ancient Armor.” pp. 16-28.

Huckaba, G.W. (Bill). — Tools and Procedures for Weapons Maintenance and Repair. pp. 29-34.

Bazelon, Bruce. — How the Nineteenth Century Soldier Got His Stuff. pp. 35-47.

No. 71, October 1994.

Bailey, De Witt. — British Military Small Arms in North America, 1755-1783. pp. 2-14.

Gewirz, Edwin N. — John Williams’ Pistol. pp. 15-18.

Dunn, John. — Remington “Rolling Blocks” in the Horn of Africa. pp. 19-31.

Mayberry, Gerald R. — Buffalo Guns & Adobe Walls. pp. 32-49.

No. 72, May 1995.

Tharpe, Donald R. — The Last Confederate Sword. pp. 2-9.

Young, M. Clifford.—The Legacy of a Tidewater Gunsmith.—Thomas W. Cofer. pp. 11-15

Meredith, Edward J. — Variations of the Leech & Rigdon Revolver. pp. 16-25.

Wood, Stephen. — Blades of Glory: Swords of the Scottish Infantry 1756-1900. pp. 26-46.

Marsh, Glenn. — Two Kentucky Gunmakers. Part II: John H. Madople – 20th Century Gunmaker. pp. 47-61.

No. 73, October 1995.

Sellke, Warren. — The Restoration of a Nineteenth Century Kentucky Rifle. pp. 2-13.

Burke, Lee & Bill Pirie, — The Carson-Beale Hawken – Its Identification and Recent History. pp. 14-25.

McKnight, Ray. — Southern Longrifles Plain and Fancy. pp. 26-31.

Benninghoff, Herman, II. — Art and Archaeology and the Study of the American War for Independence. pp. 32- 39

Hamilton, Martha W. — Silver in the Fur Trade. pp. 40-51.

No. 74, April 1996.

Gusler, Wallace B. — Early Rifles of the Shenandoah Valley. pp. 2-22.

Burke, Lee. Wilson — Cypher Guns – Chief’s Guns of the Revolution. pp. 23-33.

Swinney, H.J. — Growing Dominance: The Rise of New York State Gunmakers, 1825-1875. pp. 34-43.

Floyd, William B. — The Tallassee Armory. pp. 45-59.

Bailey, Harold L., Jr. — Some Examples of the Use of Firearms in the Mining Industry Circa 1860-1980. pp. 60-75.

Schmidt, Peter A. — The Faking of Palmetto Pistols. pp. 76-80.

No. 75, September 1996.

Wilson, Guy. — New Ways to Display and Interpret Arms and Armor. pp. 2-18.

Nottage, James H, — Defending Western Trails: Arms of the Eleventh Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, 1862-1865. pp. 19-25.

Balentine, Floyd J. — Freund & Bro. The Union Pacific and “Hell on Wheels.” pp. 26-36.

Wainwright, Peter Stuyvesant. — The British Royal Cypher – 1660 to Present CRII-ERII. pp. 37-61.

Jones, Larry. — Modern Day Homesteading in Wyoming. pp. 62-62.

No. 76, May 1997.

Wainwright, Peter S. — Remembering the Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor, Their Commanding General, Jonathan M. Wainwright, IV, and his Weapons. pp. 2-18.

Stapleton, Tom K. — The Sheffield Works. pp. 19-29.

Palmer, Robert D. — U.S. Stars and Stripes. pp. 30-46.

Parrish, Ricky E. — Napoleon’s Heavy Cavalry, the Cuirassier and Carabinier: Their Arms, Armor, and Tactics. pp. 47-56.

McAden, John W., Jr.—A Newly Identified Kenansville Confederate Sword. pp. 57-60.

Eklund, Kellerstedt, Moller, Nehrbass, and Reid. —Springfield Model 1795 Muskets to 1809: The Ashville Study. pp. 61-65.

Eberhart, Doug. — The Henry Deringer Study – A Comparative Analysis of the Percussion Deringer – Augusta 1997.pp. 67-73.

No. 77, October 1997.

Guthman, William H. — General Thomas Jefferson Green and His Rifle. pp. 2-16.

Madaus, Howard Michael. — Contract Rifles of the Texas State Military Board, 1862-1864. pp. 17-31.

Sellers, Frank M. The Rarest Sharps. pp. 32-35.

Nottage, James H — Fanciful and Real: Hollywood Cowboy Guns. pp. 36-42.

No. 78, May 1998.

Thomas, Dean S. — Federal Ammunition for Civil War Breechloading Carbines and Rifles. pp. 3-19.

Swiney, H.J. — Gun Iron and Mild Steel. pp. 20-25.

Bazelon, Bruce S. — The New Constellation: Creating the American National Iconography. pp. 26-37.

Van Horn, Thurston. — Inspectors: Bureau of Ordnance – 1790 to Date. Pp.38-47.

No. 79, October 1998.

Snook, George A. — The Halberd and Other Polearms of the Late Medieval Period. pp. 3-14.

Willadsen, Ronelle. — The Wurffleins of Philadelphia: Artisans at the End of an Era. pp. 14-30.

Hamilton, John D. — Alvan Clark and the False Muzzle. pp. 31-37.,

Selenfriend, Steven & Ted Myers. — The Iron Lady of Erie. pp. 38-56.

Sadler, Robert A. 100 Years of Tryon. pp. 57-68.

No. 80, May 1990.

Gabel, Ronald G. — Early Pennsylvania Gunsmithing Schools. pp. 2-16.

Wainwright, Peter S. — The Seven Deadly Pins – U.S. Rod Bayonets 1833-1903. pp. 17-24.

Truslow, Henry A. — This Henry Tells a Story. pp. 25-29.

Spender. — Springfield Muskets from 1810 Through 1822: The Pittsburgh Study. pp. 30-35.

Froman, Sandra S. — Remarks of the President of the NRA Foundation. pp. 36-44.

Van Orden, Jay. — Geronimo’s Surrender. pp. 45-74.

Suydam, Charles. — The President’s Badge of Authority. pp. 75.

No. 81, September 1999.

Benninghoff, Herman O., II. — Broken Muskets 1783-1800. pp. 3-10.

Guthman, William H. — Collecting Americana. pp. 11-28..

Southard, Lewis F. — The Origin of the Palmetto Pistols. pp. 29-42.

Ewing, John R. — Asa Holman Waters and the 1842 Musket. pp. 43-52.

Goulet, Waldemar M. — Savage Arms” An Overview of the History, Development, and Classification of the .32 and .380 Semi-Automatic Pistols. pp. 53-62.

Editor.—American Society of Arms Collectors and the Hagley Museum & Library. pp. 63-67.

No. 82, May 2000.

Foster, Charles. L.—Oh. If it Could Only Talk. pp. 2-6.

Phillips, Elma.—The Hale Rocket and Rocket Launcher—The American Connection. pp.7-15.

Tuite. Peter. — American Eagle Pommel Dirks – An Overview. pp. 16-32.

Feuerbach, Ann. — Damascus Steel and Crucible Steel in Central Asia. pp. 33-42.

Demeritt, Dwight B., Jr. — Francis Bannerman VI, Military Goods Dealer to the World. pp. 43-50

No. 83, September 2000.

Johnson, James R. — The Savage Musket. pp. 1-4.

Flanagan, Melvin. — Trap Guns. pp. 5-22.

Marcot, Roy. — Marcellus Hartley – Merchant, Financier, Millionaire and Philanthropist. pp. 23-37.

Mowbray, Stuart C. — A Brief History of English Pistol Dueling as it Applies to Gun Collectors. pp. 38-54.
No. 84, March 2001.

Cooper, George.D. — Joshua Barstow anbd His 1808 Contract: A Story. pp. 1-10

Flanagan, Edward R. Anthony Fricker – A Pennsylvania Gunsmith in the Context of the Early 19th Century. pp. 11-38.

Marsh, Glenn. — Identifying a Kentucky Long-rifle: The George Schreyer – John Fondersmith – JFS Connection. pp. 39-54.

McKnight, Ray A. — J. Fondersmith’s Patch Box. pp. 55-60.

Hale, Robin. — Gunsmith Anecdotes. pp. 61-63.

No. 85, April 2002.

Burka, Elliott L. — Remington Rifle Cane. pp.1-10.

Bailey, De Witt. — The Wilsons: Gunmakers to Empire, 1730-1832. pp. 11-24.

Polhemus, Marlan H — . “A. Foulke, 1864” Tracing a Civil War Inscription. pp. 25-33.

Breslin, John D. — Colt’s Frame .36 Caliber Percussion Pistols and “The Conventional Wisdom.” An Examination of the Pistols called by Collectors. The 1862 Police and the Pocket Pistol of Navy Size Caliber. pp. 35-50.

Madaus, Howard Michael. — Small Arms Deliveries Through Wilmington, NC in 1863. The Impact on Confederate Ordnance Policy. pp. 51-58.

Newland, Samuel J. — A Forgotten Giant: A Brief Look at Military Small Arms Production at Steyr, Austria 1864-1900. pp. 59-64.

No. 86, September 2002.

Norton, George. — Tennessee, Some Rifles and a Carbine. pp. 1-16.

Kyser, Thomas L. — Stevens Tip-Ups. pp. 17-30.

Starbuck, Frederic L. — Simeon North and the U.S. Model 1813 Pistol. pp. 31-

Tuite, Peter. — British Naval Edged Weapons – An Overview. pp. 37-57.

No. 87, April 2003.

Reid, William M. — 1808 United States Contract Muskets. pp. 2-5.

Burke, Lee. — The Sublette-Beale Hawken. pp. 6-15.

Rapp, R.K.(Kip).—Horace E. Dimick, Master St. Louis Gunsmith. pp. 16-17.

Kessler, Rex. — United States Surcharges: Continental Ownership of Arms and Accoutrements. pp. 18-25.

Chenault, Lynn M. — English Officers’ Holster Pistols of the Early Georgian Era. pp. 26-30.

No. 88, October 2003.

Wainwright, Peter S. —Henry Nock, Innovator. pp. 1-20.

Butterfield, Robert. — The Holstered Pepperbox. pp. 21-35.

Graves, Frank. Robert P. Eldredge’s Billinghurst Cylinder Rifle. pp. 36-42.

Goodwin, Max W. — The Design, Marketing and Production Of Maynard Rifles. pp. 43-53.

Holter, Robert M. — A Plain Old Maynard Rifle. pp. 54-61.

No. 89, May 2004.

Grinslade, Tom. — Eighteenth Century American Fowlers – The First Guns Made in America. pp. 1-9.

Andrews, Jacque. — Philadelphia Gunmakers and the Evolution of the “Maryland Sword.” pp. 10-16.

Alley, James W., Jr. — Rifle Caliber Artillery: The Gardner Battery Gun. pp. 17-33.

Bishop, Henry I. — Johannes Bonewitz – Master Gunsmith, Womelsdorf, PA. pp.34-47.

Foster, Charles L. — Confederate Arms are Not Rare. pp. 48-56.

No. 90, October 2004.

Nauamec, David James. — The Connecticut Contracted ’61 Springfield: The Special Model to the “Good and Serviceable “ Arm. pp. 1-16.

Parker, Louis C., III. — The Parker Gun: Its History and Evolution. pp. 17-39.

Salzer, Dick. — The Norwich Gun Industry. pp. 40-47.

Hamilton, John D. — The St. Albans Raid; The Confederate Raid on St. Albans, Vermont October 19, 1864. pp. 48-52.

Berglund, Richard Lee, — Harper’s Ferry Sword Bayonets Model 1841 and Model 1855. pp. 53-59.

Sellers, Frank M. — An Editorial, Baby Hammerless Revolvers. pp. 60-61.

No. 91, May 2005.

Benninghoff, Herman O. — Jr. Some Spanish Weapons in the American Revolution. pp. 1-9.

Stewart, David A & William M. Reid. — Pennsylvania Contract Muskets – 1797 Arms Procurement Act. pp. 10-40.

Edmunds, Frederick R. — Grandfather Beale’s Rifle. pp. 41-50.

Wittman, Robert. — The FBI Art Theft and the Impact on Collecting. pp. 51-57.
No. 92, September 2005.

Bethune, Jack. — American Patriotic Swords and Dirks: Arms Celebrating the New Republic. pp. 1-13.

Marcot, Roy M. — Production of Military Rifles by Remington Arms Company During World War II. pp. 14-24.

Hull, Edward. — The Peabody Conversion Musket. pp. 25-28.

Gaede, Frederick C — . U.S. Army Accoutrement Evolution Prior to the Civil War: The “Fenwick” Ordnance Board of 1837 and 1838 and the Infantry Cartridge Box. pp. 29-52.

Weatherly, George E. — Swords of the Americas (Western Hemisphere Swords). pp. 53-78.

No. 93, May 2006.

Gabel, Ronald G. & Robert A. Sadler. — The Henrys: Gunsmiths and Arms Manufacturers. pp. 2-31.

Seymour, Joseph. “Light the Match Load Away:” The Ordnance and Organizational Structure of the Philadelphia Artillery, 1747-1777. pp. 32-47.

Schreier, Philip. — A Brief History of the Airgun of Meriwether Lewis and the Corps of Discovery. pp. 48-57.

Polhemus, Marlan H, — 1864 Attack on Washington, DC: A Day’s Difference. pp. 58-70.

Rausch, Vincent L. — Winchester Factory-Scoped .22 Caliber Rifles, 1937-1941. pp. 71-81.

Burke, Lee. — The Kit Carson-Ben Mills Story: Did Carson Really buy Guns from Mills in Harrodsburg in 1842? pp. 82-109.

Cureton, Charles. — Early Marine Corps Swords. pp. 110-133.

No. 94, September 2006.

Marcot, Roy M. — Remington – The Early Years. pp. 2-8.

Eberhart, Doug. — Third Model Colt Deringers Sold in England. pp. 9-16.

Hamilton, John D. — Arms Makers in the Pioneer Valley. pp. 17-32.

Newland, Samuel J. — A Forgotten Giant: A Brief Look at Military Small Arms Production at Steyr, Austria, 1864-1945. (Part 2) pp. 33-44.

McKnight, Ray A. — The Battleground Shootout – Arizona Rangers Fight Smith Gang. pp. 45-51.

Doyle, Paul A. — The Ames and Deringer Boxlock Story. pp. 52-68.
No. 95, April 2007.

Adams, Doug. A. — Le Mat & Co.: P.G.T. Beauregard and the American Le Mat Revolver. pp. 1-8.

Brooker, Robert E. — What Can be Learned from the Landeszeughaus Wheellock Collection in Graz, Austria. pp.9-18.

Doggett, Paul. — Characteristics of U.S. Naval Officers’ Swords. pp. 19-29.

Salzer, Dick. — Debunking the Fluck Myth: Colt Legends Die Hard. pp. 30-34.

Schneiderman, Matthew. — Collecting Firearms Curiosa. pp. 35-41.

No. 96, September 2007.

Brower, Bailey, Jr. — Savage Pistols” The Birth of the .45 and the Savage Automatic Pistols. pp. 1-10.

Graham, Tobi. — A Woman’s View of the Battle of the Brandywine as Seen Through the Eyes of Annie Doolin, Revolutionary War Camp Follower. pp.11-14.

Hardman, James. — Gutta-Percha, Hard Rubber and Synthetics in Firearms. pp. 15-38.

Chandler, Nicholas L. — Early New England Underhammers in the Style of the Ruggles Patent of 1826. pp. 39-51.

Feuerbach, Ann. — Rethinking “Damascus” Steel. pp. 53-57.

Flanagan, Melvin. — Myths of the Blunderbuss. pp. 59-66.

No. 97, May 2008.

Carrick, Michael F. — U.S. Model 1803 Prototype Rifle. pp. 1-4.

Forgett, Valmor J. — Why Kerrs? pp. 5-19.

Truslow, Henry A. — Colonel James Carmeon – With Compliments of Colonel Colt. pp. 20-22.

Berglund, Richard L. & Peter A. Albee. — Beautiful Rifles With Pointy Things. pp.23-29.

Flanagan, Edward R. — 1792 and 1807 Contract Rifles. pp. 30-38.

No. 98. Sept 2008

Doyle, Paul. William Jenks and the Revenue Marine Service Contracts. pp. 2-17.

Jones, Gordon L. — Confederate Odyssey: The George W. Wray Jr. Collection at the Atlanta History Center. pp. 18-30.

Bazelon, Bruce S. — The Trade in Sword Blades. pp. 31-36.

Southard, Lewis F. — The Georgia pistol Contract ... but for the Exigencies of Service. pp. 37-59.

Goldstein, Erik. — Rethinking the Potter: The Truth Behind the Revolutionary War’s Ultimate Sword. pp. 61-69.

Cresswell, William Ray. — Combat Elegance: Edward Lindner, His Carbines, and the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company. pp. 70-78.

No. 99, April 2009

Otoupalik, Hayes. — Collecting Heavy Metal. pp. 1-2.

Kaufman, Larry. — All in the Family. pp. 3-10.

Carter, David. — Jim Baker, The Forgotten Man. pp. 11-16.

Pate, Charles. — A Trip to the Archives: A Practical Guide to Military Small Arms Research at the U.S. National Archives. pp. 17-29.

No. 100, Sept. 2009

Alley, James E. Jr. and DeBin, John A. — Fabrique Nationale Fusil Semi-Automatique d”Infanterie (FSAI, SAFN, AT, or FN 49). pp.3-18

Michell, Benjamin P. — The ‘Confederate’ Winchester. pp. 19-23.

Edmunds, Frederick R. — Some Thoughts on the Confederate LeMat Revolver. pp. 24-28.

Marcot, Roy. — Engraved Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Sporting and Target Rifles. pp. 29-34.

Carroll, Michael R. — New Hampshire Marked French Muskets of the Revolutionary War. pp. 35-46.

Mulligan, Robert E. Jr. — The Way West. pp. 47-54.
No. 101, April, 2010

Cors, Allan D. — John C. Garand’s Rifles: His Very Own. pp. 2-14

Cannos J. Craig and Kessler, Rex K. — American Military Canteens of the Revolutionary War. pp. 15-18.

Blaker, Gordon A. — The Confederate Powder Works at Autusta, Georgia. p. 19-30

Truslow, Henry A. — United State Naval Academy Fencing Foils. pp. 31-32.

Prawdzik, David — Tracking Harpers Ferry Pistol Serial Numbers. p. 33-35.

Reid, William M. — Indian Trade Guns: A Brief History, Mid 1600s to Early 1900s. pp. 36-38

LaRue, Karen — Annapolis, Maryland: 113th Meeting. p. 39

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