Full Size Winchester Model 1873 Repeating Rifle Free Paper Model Download
A History of the Rectangular Survey System C. Albert White 1983
Open Range Lauran Paine 2011-10-04 Boss Spearman knew the end was near for open range men like him, cattlemen who drove their herds through the country to graze and then moved on. Local stockmen were staking claims to grazing areas throughout the West. Spearman had no quarrel with that, but he wasn’t about to let anyone intimidate him or attack his men without putting up a fight. So when Denton Baxter’s threats turned to murder, Spearman knew he had to get justice—any way he could. The basis for the movie Open Range, starring Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner, and Annette Bening!
The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices 2010 Dan Shideler 2010-05-12 The All-New, Completely Updated 2010 Edition! This all-new, completely updated 2010 edition of The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices contains everything you need to identify and price thousands of commercial cartridge firearms from around the world. Based on data collected from auctions, gun shows and retail gun shops from around the country, The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices is an affordable, one-volume field guide to today's hottest collectible rifles, pistols and shotguns. On your desk or in the field, The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices is all you need! An easy-to-use resource for internet auctions, gun shows and retail shops More than 10,000 firearms listings arranged by manufacturer, from A to Z 50,000 firearms values ranked by condition
Captive of the Labyrinth Mary Jo Ignoffo 2010-12-06 Media Kit Since her death in 1922, Sarah Winchester has been perceived as a mysterious, haunted figure. After inheriting a vast fortune upon the death of her husband in 1881, Sarah purchased a simple farmhouse in San José, California. She began building additions to the house and continued construction on it for the next twenty years. A hostile press cast Sarah as the conscience of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company—a widow shouldering responsibility for the many deaths caused by the rifle that brought her riches. She was accused of being a ghost-obsessed spiritualist, and to this day it is largely believed that the extensive construction she executed on her San José house was done to appease the ghouls around her. But was she really as guilt-ridden and superstitious as history remembers her? When Winchester’s home was purchased after her death, it was transformed into a tourist attraction. The bizarre, sprawling mansion and the enigmatic nature of Winchester’s life were exaggerated by the new owners to generate publicity for their business. But as the mansion has become more widely known, the person of Winchester has receded from reality, and she is only remembered for squandering her riches to ward off disturbed spirits. Captive of the Labyrinth: Sarah L. Winchester, Heiress to the Rifle Fortune demystifies the life of this unique American. In the first full-length biography of Winchester, author and historian Mary Jo Ignoffo unearths the truth about this notorious eccentric, revealing that she was not a maddened spiritualist driven by remorse but an intelligent, articulate woman who sought to protect her private life amidst the chaos of her public existence. The author takes readers through Winchester’s several homes, explores her private life, and, by excerpting from personal correspondence, gives the heiress a voice for the first time since her death. Ignoffo’s research reveals that Winchester’s true financial priority was not dissipating her fortune on the mansion in San José but investing it for a philanthropic legacy. For too long Sarah Winchester has existed as a ghost herself—a woman whose existence lies somewhere between the facts of her life and a set of sensationalized recollections of who she may have been. Captive of the Labyrinth finally puts to rest the myths about this remarkable woman, and, in the process, uncovers the legacy she intended to leave behind.
A Legacy in Arms Richard C. Rattenbury 2014-10-22 The history of American firearms is inseparable from the history of the United States, for firearms have played crucial roles in the nation’s founding, westward expansion, and industrial, economic, and cultural development. This history unfolds in compelling words and images in A Legacy in Arms, a volume that draws upon the collections of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City to trace the business and art of gun making from the early national period to the turn of the twentieth century. With more than 200 images—almost all in full color—A Legacy in Arms not only documents the inspiration and innovation of arms makers from individual artisans to mass producers, but also describes the development of decorative expression in the gun maker’s art. In an account both entertaining and enlightening, Richard C. Rattenbury details the development of commercial arms making, from the genesis of the Kentucky rifle to the arms of such iconic manufacturers as Colt, Remington, Smith & Wesson, Sharps, Marlin, and Winchester. Into this narrative he weaves the particulars of design evolution and the impact of mass production via the “American System.” The accompanying photographs and illustrations stand as eloquent testimony to the range and richness of the gun maker's craft—and its rightful place in the story of American industry and culture.
Famous Firearms of the Old West Hal Herring 2011-09-01 From Buffalo Bill to Wild Bill and from Chief Joseph to Geronimo, the most famous guns in the West and the history behind them More than a few of the actual guns once in the hands of the heroes and villains of America’s Old West still exist, housed in a dozen museums across the country—from the Model 1866 .44-40 that Chief Joseph famously surrendered to General Miles to Wild Bill Hickok’s Colt Model 1851 revolvers; from Buffalo Bill’s .50 caliber breechloading needlegun nicknamed “Lucrezia Borgia” to John Wesley Hardin’s 1860 model .44 SA revolvers. Famous Firearms of the Old West follows the life stories of a dozen actual pistols, rifles, and shotguns instrumental in shaping America’s history—using them as entrées into the lives of the shooters themselves. This is a vivid portrait of famous Western characters, paired with the guns they used to make themselves famous or, as the case may be, infamous. It is a must for anyone interested in the history and lore of the Wild West, gun hobbyists, and tourists seeking a museum experience with a difference.
The Winchester Book George Madis 1985
Inventing a Better Mousetrap Alan Rothschild 2015-11-09 Learn about the role that patent models played in American history--and even learn to build your own replica! Patent models, working models required for US patent filings from 1790 to 1880, offer insight into--and inspiration from--a period of intense technological advancement, the Industrial Revolution. The Rothschild Patent Model Collection consists of thousands of patent models, many from the 19th century. This book features the most outstanding of these patent models, and offers deep insight into the cultural, economic, and political history of the United States. This book not only catalogs hundreds of the most compelling models from the collection, but shows you how to build your own replicas of several selected models using Lego, 3D printing, and other materials and techniques.
The Look of the Old West William Foster-Harris 2007-04-17 This volume, containing hundreds of illustrations, brings to life the American of the mid-to-late 1800s. Contained inside are line drawings and description of weaponry of the time, military and civilian clothing styles, steamboats and other forms of transportation, equestrian styles, household items and much more.
General Catalog Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co 1891
Archaeological Perspectives on the Battle of the Little Bighorn Douglas D. Scott 2013-05-01 Ever since the Custer massacres on June 25, 1876, the question has been asked: What happened - what REALLY happened - at the Battle of the Little Bighorn? We know some of the answers, because half of George Armstrong Custer’s Seventh Cavalry - the men with Major Marcus Reno and Captain Frederick Benteen - survived the fight, but what of the half that did not, the troopers, civilians, scouts, and journalist who were with Custer? Now, because a grass fire in August 1983 cleared the terrain of brush and grass and made possible thorough archaeological examinations of the battlefield in 1984 and 1985, we have many answers to important questions. On the basis of the archaeological evidence presented in this book, we know more about what kinds of weapons were used against the cavalry. We know exactly where many of the men fought, how they died, and what happened to their bodies at the time of or after death. We know how the troopers were deployed, what kind of clothing they wore, what kind of equipment they had, how they fought. Through the techniques of historical archaeology and forensic anthropology, the remains and grave of one of Custer’s scouts, Mitch Boyer, have been identified. And through geomorphology and the process of elimination, we know with almost 100 percent certainty where the twenty-eight missing men who supposedly were buried en masse in Deep Ravine will be found.
The Study of Sociology Herbert Spencer 1873
Forest and Stream 1917
Pacific Rural Press 1878
The Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings Dan Shideler 2011-02-28 The Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings is the definitive one-volume resource for collectors, gunsmiths and hobbyists, with hundreds of updated listings for modern and vintage handguns, rifles and shotguns. More than 1000 line drawings of disassembled guns are presented, with parts identified by number and a key to those numbers. This collection of "exploded guns" is the perfect aid to anyone looking to identify and order replacement parts, or take a gun apart for cleaning and simple repair, a must-have for gunsmiths, shooters and law enforcement officials. In addition to the detailed, easy-to-understand drawings of long guns and handguns of all types, this book features a resource section containing contact information for buying gun parts and supplies. The Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings is sure to become a must-have for gunsmiths, shooters and law enforcement officials.
Deer Rifles and Cartridges Wayne van Zwoll 2012-08 Presents a guide to deer rifles that includes information on gun brands, ammunition, loads, deer sights, close vs. long-distance shooting, and techniques for hunting in different terrain.
The History of Winchester Firearms 1866-1992 Thomas Henshaw 1993 This new edition which updates the book through 1992 includes sections on the Model 101 O / U Rifle and O / U Rifle Shotgun models plus the Model 94. It also includes 22 new commemorative models.
The Forgotten Winchester Richard Hellewell 2019-08-15 Despite miners, cattle ranches, cowboys, and modern-day campers and hikers, a Winchester '73 rifle leaning against a scrub juniper tree in the high Nevada desert was undisturbed for 130 years. The Utah juniper pine tree that had been there for hundreds of years, surviving hot summers and harsh winters, protected the rifle that was left there. There are many dangers in the high Nevada desert frontier in the Old West of the late 1800's - harsh weather, wild animals, long and dusty cattle drives, dry-gulching bandits, and the adventure and struggle to tame a hostile land. Read about how a Shoshone boy and his father on a hunting trip were led to the old tree after discovering a hidden cave in the area. Years later, a cowboy and his partner were also led to the juniper pine tree because of the dangers they encountered at the same cave. Learn how the cowboy's rifle was left leaning against the tree. It stayed there, protected by the tree, for about 130 years until found by a modern-day explorer. The Forgotten Winchester was discovered in 2014 in the Great Basin National Park in Baker NV. It was stabilized and is now on display at the park's Visitor Center. The book includes pictures and details of the actual discovery, restoration, and display of the Forgotten Winchester in the Great Basin National Park Visitor's Center in Baker NV. More information on the book's web site at https://www.TheForgottenWinchester.com .
American Gun Chris Kyle 2013-06-04 THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FOLLOW-UP TO AMERICAN SNIPER Join Chris Kyle on a journedy to discover “how 10 firearms changed United States history” (New York Times Book Review) Drawing on his legendary firearms knowledge and combat experience, U.S. Navy SEAL and #1 bestselling author of American Sniper Chris Kyle dramatically chronicles the story of America—from the Revolution to the present—through the lens of ten iconic guns and the remarkable heroes who used them to shape history: the American long rifle, Spencer repeater, Colt .45 revolver, Winchester 1873 rifle, Springfield M1903 rifle, M1911 pistol, Thompson submachine gun, M1 Garand, .38 Special police revolver, and the M16 rifle platform Kyle himself used. American Gun is a sweeping epic of bravery, adventure, invention, and sacrifice. Featuring a foreword and afterword by Taya Kyle and illustrated with more than 100 photographs, this new paperback edition features a bonus chapter, “The Eleventh Gun,” on shotguns, derringers, and the Browning M2 machine gun.
Catalog Sears, Roebuck and Company 1922
The Japanese Expedition to Formosa Edward Howard House 1875
Winchester Lever-Action Rifles Martin Pegler 2015-10-20 Winchester lever-action repeating rifles are an integral part of the folklore of the American West. Introduced after the American Civil War, the first Winchester, the M1866, would go on to see military service as far afield as Bulgaria, but it was in the hands of civilians that it would become known as 'The gun that won the west'. Offering a lethal combination of portability, ruggedness and ammunition interchangeability with pistol sidearms, the Winchesters and their innovative and elegant breech-loading system represented a revolutionary design. They were used by a staggering variety of military and civilian groups - gold-miners, trappers, hunters, farmers, lawmen, professional gunmen and Native Americans. It equipped a whole generation of settlers and as such left an imprint on American culture that continues to resonate today. This book explores the Winchesters' unique place in history, revealing the technical secrets of their success with a full array of colour artwork, period illustrations and close-up photographs.
American Agriculturist 1879
The American Agriculturist 1879
Catalog Abercrombie & Fitch 1907
Evolution of the Winchester R. Bruce McDowell 1985
Marlin Firearms William S. Brophy USAR 1989-05-01 From 1863 to the present--the company and the men who made it successful, the details of all models of rifles and the many other Marlin products.
Gunsmoke and Saddle Leather Charles G. Worman 2005 The gun, like the axe and the plow, was an essential tool in the exploration and settlement of the trans-Mississippi West. It provided food for the cooking pot as well as protection against two- or four-legged marauders. As the century progressed, firearms also provided various forms of recreation for both men and women, primarily target and competition shooting. Of course the employment of the gun, whether for good or evil, depended upon the user. The men and women who lived the nineteenth-century western experience sometimes described in detail the role firearms played in their lives. Such accounts included a trapper in the 1830s, a woman crossing the plains by wagon in the 1850s, a drover ("cowboy" in modern terminology) enduring the dangers of a long cattle drive, a professional hunter engaged in the slaughter of the once seemingly endless herds of bison, or a soldier campaigning against American Indians. Each account adds to our knowledge of firearms and our awareness of the struggle faced by those who were a part of the western experience. Gunsmoke and Saddle Leather describes the gun's impact on the lives of those in the West--men and women, whites and American Indians--using their own words to tell that story wherever possible.
Allied Rifle Contracts in America Luke Mercaldo 2011
Popular Mechanics 1998-04 Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.
The "Trapdoor" Springfield John Langellier 2018-06-28 Intended to replace the proliferation of different small arms fielded by US forces during the American Civil War, the “Trapdoor Springfield” was designed in 1865–66 by Erskine S. Allin. Using metallic cartridges, it could be loaded in a single action, increasing the number of shots per minute as much as fivefold. The new weapon quickly proved its worth in two separate incidents in August 1867: small groups of US soldiers and civilians armed with the trapdoor repulsed numerically superior Native American contingents. A simple and cost-effective weapon, it was used, along with its variants in every US conflict in the three decades after the Civil War, especially on the American frontier. Drawing upon first-hand accounts from US soldiers, their Native American opponents, and users such as buffalo hunters, this is the story of the “Trapdoor Springfield”, one of the defining weapons of the Indian Wars.
Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalogue and Buyers' Guide 1895 Montgomery Ward 2008-04-17 Before the Internet, Wal-Mart, and the shopping mall, there was Montgomery Ward.
Archaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle Richard A. Fox 2015-02-16 On the afternoon of June 25, 1867, an overwhelming force of Sioux and Cheyenne Indians quickly mounted a savage onslaught against General George Armstrong Custer’s battalion, driving the doomed troopers of the U.S. Seventh Cavalry to a small hill overlooking the Little Bighorn River, where Custer and his men bravely erected their heroic last stand. So goes the myth of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, a myth perpetuated and reinforced for over 100 years. In truth, however, "Custer’s Last Stand" was neither the last of the fighting nor a stand. Using innovative and standard archaeological techniques, combined with historical documents and Indian eyewitness accounts, Richard Allan Fox, Jr. vividly replays this battle in astonishing detail. Through bullets, spent cartridges, and other material data, Fox identifies combat positions and tracks soldiers and Indians across the Battlefield. Guided by the history beneath our feet, and listening to the previously ignored Indian testimonies, Fox reveals scenes of panic and collapse and, ultimately, a story of the Custer battle quite different from the fatalistic versions of history. According to the author, the five companies of the Seventh Cavalry entered the fray in good order, following planned strategies and displaying tactical stability. It was the sudden disintegration of this cohesion that caused the troopers’ defeat. The end came quickly, unexpectedly, and largely amid terror and disarray. Archaeological evidences show that there was no determined fighting and little firearm resistance. The last soldiers to be killed had rushed from Custer Hill.
Hatcher's Notebook Julian S. Hatcher 1962 Handgun enthusiasts, gun-owning do-it-yourself, law enforcement officials, and gunsmiths here is the ultimate one-volume guide to acquiring and developing all the necessary skills for making pistol repairs at home, from helpful hints on work space and setting up a small shop, to the tools needed and how to use them properly, to welding, hardening, and gun finishing. All this valuable information, plus much more, is contained in this easy-to-use reference for handgun aficionados.
Firearms: An Illustrated History DK 2014-03-17 This fascinating visual account of firearms shows everything from the earliest cannons to modern weapons of war. It also highlights how gun technology and military tactics developed in tandem over time. Centuries ago, the Chinese discovered that if they put gunpowder and a projectile into a metal tube and ignited it, they could fire the projectile with enormous force. The first guns were born. Firearms: An Illustrated History showcases over 300 firearms including pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, machine-guns, and artillery, each with annotated close-up photographs and details of their origins, barrel, and caliber. It details the use of the firearms, not just in the military but for sport, hunting, and law enforcement. This comprehensive volume traces the history of firearms, highlighting "turning points" such as the rifle with its parallel spiraled groves that could impart a spin to bullets making them fly straighter. It also showcases iconic firearms such as the Walther PPK self-loading pistol popularised in James Bond films. With information on the great gunsmiths including Beretta and Kalashnikov and a detailed guide to how guns work, Firearms: An Illustrated History is an essential purchase for everyone interested in guns and military history.
American Rifleman 1905
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Operation Barracuda David Michaels 2005-11-01 As part of a top-secret initiative called Third Echelon, National Security Agency special operative Sam Fisher has been given license to spy, steal, destroy, and assassinate to protect America. And he does...
Catalog Sears, Roebuck and Company 1968