Edited by Terry Wieland, this book reviews the development of American combat rifles from the handmade flinklocks of the American Revolution through the M16. Full of photos, drawings and diagrams, this collection of articles includes Charles Haven’s 1946 piece on small arms of WWII, and Col. Townsend Whelen’s look at the development of the 1903 Springfield. It’s a rich source of information for military rifle enthusiasts and history buffs alike. 207 pages. 8-1/2” x 11” softcover format.
Sinclair, Issue:4A, Page:261