For more books like this, please visit www.SportsmansVintagePress.com This is a facsimile of the book originally published in 1945. For years this was the standard reference work for the Smith & Wesson aficionado, and it is easy to see why. This book contains a comprehensive treatment of Smith & Wesson firearms from founding of the company all the way through World War II. The book is divided into three distinct sections; the story of Smith & Wesson, illustrations of Smith & Wesson firearms, and detailed descriptions of Smith & Wesson firearms. The story of Smith & Wesson spans over 130 pages and contains the complete history of the company and its developments up to WWII. The illustration section contains over 40 pages of photographs of various models of Smith & Wesson firearms and the description section contains written details of every Smith & Wesson firearm developed through 1945, including notes about frames, barrels, bolts, hammers, etc. for each model. Whether you are an avid Smith & Wesson collector or just looking to learn more about one of America’s greatest manufacturing companies, this book will be a valuable addition to your library.
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Roy C. McHenry was a Special Agent with the Bureau of Investigation (later named the FBI) from 1917 to 1920. Upon leaving, he entered the practice of law in Birmingham, New York. He is now deceased.
Walter F. Roper is the author of Pistol and Revolver Shooting and Experiments of a Handgunner. Roper was a fine marksman and an engineer and is best known for his custom handgun stocks for both pistols and revolvers. He is now deceased.
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