Blue cloth binding abraded at spine ends & corners; two small bumps to top board edges; paste-downs, endpapers & leaf edges foxed, else a tight & clean volume. Dj rubbed/chipped at extremities; backstrip sunned; surface scuffed & smudged; 5" closed tear & chipped front fore-edge neatly repaired with clear tape; front flap price-clipped, jacket now protected in clear cover.; Many good b&w ils. and charts, eight are fold-out. ; 8vo; 374 pages. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Ammunition: Its History, Development and Use...
Publisher: William Morrow and Co.
Publication Date: 1943
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: Victory Edition.
Book Description William Morrow 1943 -, 1943. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Z (illustrator). SOUND GOOD CONDITION - NO DUST JACKET - Hard Cover - Binding and hinges are very sound and tight - 374 pages - Index - Owner's address label - No writing or marks in book - Morrow 1943 - Well illustrated - Scan sent on request -. Book. Bookseller Inventory # ROONEYBK003674I
Book Description William Morrow & Company, 1943. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. No Jacket. FREE MAILING AND DELIVERY CONFIRMATION TO USA. Victory Edition. 361 numbered pages with 10 charts on exterior ballistics for determining the characteristics of flight of rifle and revolver bullets and six tables on the exterior and interior ballistics of modern shotgun loads. The tables and charts are bound in at the end of the book and fold out. Light blue hard covers worn at edges, bumped at tips. Front hinge loose, but pages tightly bound. Previous owners information dated August, 1944, Venezuela. Rippling on edge of last page (Index.) Browning expected for the senior status of this book. If you wish pictures, please email me. Complementary USPS tracking number sent to your email address. (Ask for accurate international mailing cost.) No hassle, full refund if book returned in same condition within 90 days of purchase. Thanks for looking. Requests, comments, questions welcome and answered typically within hours. Bookseller Inventory # 056