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NEW, unopened and unread copies! Copies #154 and #156. Deluxe Edition in Slipcase, limited to 500 signed, numbered & slipcased copies. Long Beach, CA: Safari Press, Inc., 1997. First Edition, tall quarto, 270 pages including 44 pages of dazzling color illustrations. The renowned Parker Gun Company continues to be a source of never-ending interest for collectors of high grade American shotguns. With this title, Ed Muderlak has done a remarkable job of thoroughly researching and compiling original research (instead of merely repeating the same and often mistaken information of others). In numerous cases the results reverse the conventional wisdom that has been accepted for many years. Muderlak takes a refreshing look at the company's small beginnings, its golden years, and ultimate decline of what is without doubt the most famous American shotgun manufacturer. Profusely illustrated with color plates as well as historic black-and-white photos of Parker guns, the concise text includes an appendix having grades, patents, weights, serial numbers and other specifications. A must-have volume for the American shotgun enthusiast. Just removed from an old, private collector's hoard, these are NEW copies, unopened and unread! You'll LOVE this book -- Order it today!
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Book Description Safari Press, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1571570462