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Classic Arms & Militaria Magazine

6 issues per year   |  English 3 Reviews   •  English   •   General Interest (History & Knowledge)
Classic Arms & Militaria is a specialist journal published every two months. It features many interesting articles and pictures, on topics covering rifles, pistols, swords, uniforms and aboriginal arms. Written by a knowledgeable team of expert contributors, it tells some unusual medieval tales, concentrating mainly on pre-first world war stories taking us from Sudan to Japan, from India to Russia and the rest of the world.
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Classic Arms & Militaria

Feb/Mar 17 IN THIS ISSUE: • The history of London Colts – The story of how iconic American arms manufacturer, Samuel Colt, tried to break the British market. • Seeing double – Amazing pictures of a 16th century double wheellock. • East and West Africa – Medals from the 'Scramble for Africa'. • Heralding the past – How heraldic devices help identify a gun. • Argentinian uniforms – The penultimate part of our major series. • Bayonet Bytes – Swedish Remington 'rolling block' rifles. • Curved blades – The sabre's use in European cavalry. PLUS Book reviews, latest auction news, full UK events listing.


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IN THIS ISSUE:

• The history of London Colts – The story of how iconic American arms manufacturer, Samuel Colt, tried to break the British market.
• Seeing double – Amazing pictures of a 16th century double wheellock.
• East and West Africa – Medals from the 'Scramble for Africa'.
• Heralding the past – How heraldic devices help identify a gun.
• Argentinian uniforms – The penultimate part of our major series.
• Bayonet Bytes – Swedish Remington 'rolling block' rifles.
• Curved blades – The sabre's use in European cavalry.

PLUS Book reviews, latest auction news, full UK events listing.
read more read less
Classic Arms & Militaria is a specialist journal published every two months. It features many interesting articles and pictures, on topics covering rifles, pistols, swords, uniforms and aboriginal arms. Written by a knowledgeable team of expert contributors, it tells some unusual medieval tales, concentrating mainly on pre-first world war stories taking us from Sudan to Japan, from India to Russia and the rest of the world.

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