You'll Love This If:
- You collect firearms
- You want to learn about some of the finest guns on the market
In this collectible firearms guide, James Card feature firearms dating back to the Old West and as recent as the mid-20th century. The Warman's Collectible Firearms Field Guide presents a colorful, insightful and fascinating survey of the much-in-demand antique gun. Whether for the sheer pleasure of collecting or with an eye on investing, vintage firearms is one of the fastest growing areas of interest in the collectibles field with record sales and more collections becoming available via auction. Inside this handy and visually stunning field guide to collectible firearms, you will find:
Warman's Collectible Firearms Field Guide
- Hand-picked items from an array of auction houses featuring some of the best firearms to come to market
- 400+ color images of guns from the Old West to the mid-20th Century
- Insight, information, and values of some of the much-in-demand antique gun
is a wonderful resource to a fast-evolving hobby. Card offers insight into the enthusiasm that surrounds the surge of interest in vintage guns as well as an insider's view of what to look for and what to enjoy in the hobby.
About the author: James Card is an editor at Gun Digest the Magazine, the foremost authority on firearms, and the author of This Old Gun, a blog about historical and vintage firearms (http://www.gundigest.com/gun-blogs/this-old-gun). As a freelance journalist he has written for Foreign Policy, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Monocle, National Geographic News, Travel + Leisure, Salon, the Christian Science Monitor, Wired News, the Guardian Weekly, Field & Stream, Outside's Go, Yale Environment 360, ESPN, the Asia Sentinel, Asia Times, and other publications.