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10 edition of The Guns that Won the West found in the catalog.

The Guns that Won the West

Firearms on the American Frontier, 1848-1898

by John Walter

  • 317 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Greenhill Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Small firearms, guns & other equipment,
  • Weapons & equipment,
  • United States - 19th Century/Old West,
  • Shooting,
  • History,
  • History - U.S,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • Military - Weapons,
  • History / Military / Weapons,
  • Military - General,
  • United States - State & Local - West,
  • Sports,
  • History - General History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8980627M
    ISBN 101853676926
    ISBN 109781853676925
    OCLC/WorldCa65470040

      Best known: the Winchester '73 and the Colt Single Action Army revolver -- two of the guns that won the West. But as the frontier disappeared, so did the desire of many Americans to own a gun. Get this from a library! The guns that won the West: firearms on the American frontier, [John Walter] -- "The Guns that Won the West tells the colourful story of the wide range of firearms? from the smallest pistol to the rifles of the buffalo hunters? used by plainsmen and settlers, gamblers and.

    25 Pc Set Franklin Mint The Guns That Won The West Miniature Pewter Replica Collection. All Of The Set Is there With The Booklet, Case And Key. The Plastic Front And The Wood Frame Has Some Scratches From Being Rating: % positive. The Guns that Won the West: Firearms on the American Frontier, by John Walter A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

    "The Gun that Won the West", the Springfield Rifle, was an advanced breech loading single shot gun that was introduced in order to help the U.S. Army have the upper hand in battles with the Indians. It was yet another Sam Katzman/ William Castle production using an historic figure, in this case Jim Bridger (Dennis Morgan).   The Colt revolver is sometimes referred to as “the gun that won the West,” though other firearms, including the Winchester repeater rifle, also claim that title.


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The Guns that Won the West by John Walter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Too many books on this topic confuse what's appeared in western fiction and films as the most significant and definitive guns of the west, particularly the Colt Single Action Army and / Winchester rifles/5(9).

The Guns that Won the West book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Covering a wide range of firearms, from the smallest pistol to /5(10). This is a classic book (published ) that every Winchester enthusiast should own.

It tells the story of the Winchester company and its products (more than just guns, in later years) from a decidedly business perspective and not so much from a technical perspective/5(7).

The (Hand) Gun that Won the West: Colt Single Action Army; Call it the Single Action Army, Coltor Peacemaker, the iconic Colt has Author: Chris Eger. Books. Buffalo Bill Cody - Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress: DEFINITIONS. Rifling refers to spiral grooves that have been formed into the barrel of a firearm.

It is the means by which a firearm imparts a spin to a projectile to gyroscopically stabilize it to improve accuracy. The guns that won the West: firearms on the. Famous Guns that Won the West: Pioneer Guns from the Kentucky Flintlock and the Plains Rifle to the Colt and Winchester.

Wyckoff, James, and Wycoff, James. Winchester and the Gun that Won the West" in Chi. Westerners Brand Book, Vol. xxxiii #5, Williamson, Harold F. Published by Chk. () Used. Softcover. Winchester the Gun That Won the West is a company history from Winchester's birth up to the 's.

It goes into the various rifles that were produced (research/development and production history) and the financing of the many products - to include the odd foray into manufacturing tools and roller skates in 3/5. Winchester rifle is a comprehensive term describing a series of lever-action repeating rifles manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms ped from the Henry rifle, Winchester rifles were among the earliest Model was particularly successful, being marketed by the manufacturer as "The Gun That Won the West".

Which firearm is "the gun that won the West". Two weapons hold the main claim to the famous slogan. Each hit the market in Each was made. Ask a dozen different western firearms aficionados, which gun won the west and you are likely to get half a dozen different answers.

There are of course those that will say the Winchester "The Guns that Won the West" tells the colourful story of the wide range of firearms - from the smallest pistol to the rifles of the buffalo hunters - used by plainsmen and settlers, gamblers and engineers, Native Americans and the soldiers of the United States Army.

The Gun That Won the West is a American Western film directed by William Castle and starring Dennis Morgan. Plot. Colonel Carrington (Roy Gordon) and his command are assigned the job of constructing a chain of forts in the Sioux Indian territory of Wyoming during the s.

The Colonel recruits former cavalry soldiers turned frontier. In later years they fanned the flame of the Colt Peacemaker, a gun largely hailed by enamored masses as the gun that won the west. While the Colt was a masterpiece in its own right and uniquely capable of equalizing with rapid, repeatable and accurate shots, by the time it came around, the west already was essentially won.

The more accurate phrase, Haag proposes, would be “The West that won the gun,” reflecting the truth about how Winchester admen created a mythopoetical West. Get this from a library. Winchester, the gun that won the West.

[Harold F Williamson] -- History of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. This is a list of the top 6 firearms that won the old west. This video also provides a cursory overview of some historical overview of each of the firearms d.

Winchester: The Gun that Won the West A sportman's press book: Author: Harold Francis Williamson: Publisher: Combat Forces Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Directed by William Castle. With Dennis Morgan, Paula Raymond, Richard Denning, Chris O'Brien. In the late s, Colonel Carrington and his command are assigned the job of constructing a chain of forts in the Sioux Indian territory - of Wyoming.

Carrington recruits former cavalry scouts Jim Bridger and "Dakota Jack" Gaines to lead the project. The old saw about guns that “won the West” may be overstated, yet undoubtedly, armament did play a major role in frontier expansion along with the railroad, stagecoaches and other 19th- century technology.

Certainly, collectors favor firearms, as indicated by Rock Island Auction Company’s February Regional Gun Auction (#) with 7, lots, and Morphy-James Julia Auctions. The Guns That Won the West: Firearms on the American Frontier, : Walter, John: Libri in altre lingueReviews: 8.

Model"The gun that won the west" see The Winchester Book [by George Madis] The information in these pages is very limited and mainly covers changes of the receiver. Features such as barrel addresses, caliber markings, types of sights, internal changes, special guns like the One of One Hundred and One of One Thousand, barrel.According to the video, SDI Intro to Gunsmithing, the "Gun That Won The West" is the: 36 According to the text, a lathe bed should not be less than ______ inches in length.THE GUNS THAT WON THE WEST.

by John Walter. Published by The Military Book Club. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper. Firearms on the American Frontier, Black boards, gilt title to spine. pages. B/w photos. Spine bumped.

Contents fine.