Firearms Acquisition and Disposition Record Book

Firearms Acquisition and Disposition Record Book

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The essential record book for firearm dealers and collectors.

Designed with the specific requirements of firearm dealers, collectors, and buyers in mind, Skyhorse Publishing’s Firearms Acquisition and Disposition Record Book is the perfect log for tracking firearm purchases and sales. Approved by the ATF, the log satisfies the ATF requirement that firearm dealers keep a bound book recording their firearm acquisitions and gives enough space for each entry to be logged neatly and correctly, making it easy to read and easy to record. The log gives space for the caliber of firearm, serial number, price, and manufacturer, among other basic information, for both firearm acquisitions and dispositions. Also included is a space for the National Criminal Instant Background Check System, or NCIS, number, something that you won’t find in other log books.

With space for over one thousand entries and professionally done with hardbound covers and lots of entry space, this book is durable enough to be the long-lasting log that suits any firearm dealer, from large retailers to smaller dealers. Protect yourself and your shop by putting your trust in Skyhorse’s Firearms Acquisition and Disposition Record Book.

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Written by Jim Supica, Doug Wicklund, and Philip Schreier, Treasures of the NRA National Firearms Museum will delight enthusiasts and collectors alike. This truly handsome tome details, with full color photos and well-researched history, over 275 of the most important and valuable guns from the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia.

With guns dating from the 1600s to the present day, the book includes over 1,000 color photographs from the museum's own collection. Gun collectors and enthusiasts will marvel at the history and intricate beauty of the world's most treasured firearms.

Included in the collection are guns from King James II, Napoleon Bonaparte, Annie Oakley, President Theodore Roosevelt, President Grover Cleveland, Kaiser Wilhelm, Hermann Goring, John Wayne, Sammy Davis, Jr., General Douglas McArthur, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, President John F. Kennedy, to name but a few. In addition, peruse the extensive Robert E. Peterson collection's beautifully engraved guns, Gatling guns, and sporting guns.

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More guns! More values! More of what you need--in the fully updated Standard Catalog of Firearms, 23rd Edition!

There's a reason Standard Catalog of Firearms has long been the industry standard reference on firearms valuation and pricing. Year in and year out, it always has more of what the firearms enthusiast and collector needs--more photos, more prices, more handguns, rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders and antiques. Standard Catalog is THE trusted sourcebook on the subject, a must-have guide to the world's hottest collectible firearms both past and present.

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  • More than 7,500 photos with extensive descriptions that let you know exactly what you have and what it's worth.
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If you're a shooter or a collector, a buyer, seller or trader, Standard Catalog of Firearms is the best insurance your money can buy.

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This significant tome, with over 1500 photographs, covers the subject of portable firearms from muskets to machineguns; from dueling pistols to Glocks; from derringers to elephant guns. Compiled by the expert staff of the NRA National Firearms Museum, whose hands-on knowledge and skill comes over in text and captions, The Illustrated History of Firearms provides a visual reference book to grace any aficionado's library. It is easy to forget just how long humans have used firearms: early cannons were first used in Europe in the 13th century and by around 1350, "hand cannons" or "hand gonnes" had been developed. From then on, handguns and firearms have steadily developed: by the early 1400s, matchlocks were introduced; in the early 1500s, the wheellock; flintlocks came in the late 16th century, then rifling, the percussion cap, repeaters, smokeless powders, auto-loaders, automatic firearms.

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