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Initially they were dyed olive drab number three which was technically a greenish khaki, but in practice was produced in varying shades from khaki to greenish khaki. In , a decision was made to phase out olive drab no. By the end of , the new color change was implemented. This change was not completed over night by all manufacturers as the old number three material was normally used until exhausted.
Quality control and FIFO stock rotation at both factories seems to have been somewhat lacking. Late-production fixed loop helmets from both manufacturers have OD7 straps. Therefore, the color change began in before the change to swivel loops which, conversely, can be seen with OD3 straps, even into some production helmets.
From to late , the chin strap buckle was made from a brass casting that can be readily distinguished by its brass construction and the raised bar cast into the top of the buckle. After , a simplified buckle was developed to ease construction and conserve brass. The new buckle, stamped out of steel and painted black would remain unchanged for the rest of WWII. The adjustment keeper was placed at the end of the chinstrap to secure the extra webbing after adjustment.
The manufacturing processes tabs used were the same as the buckle. On the underside of the buckle were two rounded tabs. These tabs were be replaced by square tabs in These parts are located on the right chin strap. Early adjustment buckles were cast in brass with a distinctive raised bar in the center and finished black.
The end cap was used to secure the free end of the chin strap once it had been adjusted to the wearers chin. In , in order to ease production and save brass, a new blackened steel stamped buckle was approved along with a steel end cap. Late saw the resumption of brass in the production in metal hardware.
This was the last WWII specification regarding the chin strap assembly. This piece is located on the left chin strap and is used in conjunction with the buckle on the right side to secure the chin strap assembly under the wearers chin. The hook underwent the same material and finish changes as the buckle and securing cap at the same time. By , new specifications had been adopted which changed how the M1 helmet was produced.
In the early s, a fine sand aggregate was applied to new and refurbished older M1 helmet shells. If the exterior of the helmet feels like fine sand it is not a WWII helmet. This is where some of the confusion lies. The chinstrap hook underwent the same material and finish changes as the buckle and securing cap at the same time. The following chin straps are common upgrades that can be found on post-war-modified WWII manufactured helmets. From left to right: A pair of clamped chin straps with male snaps for the parachutist M1 helmet and liner next to a pair of standard infantry chinstrap used from early s to the mids.
The buckle and loop clamps of the initial issue of this chinstrap were painted green. The last issue chin strap was introduced in FM by It clipped on to the helmet loops and incorporated a chin cup previously reserved for the parachutist helmet. The bright rim indicates that it was steel, and therefore, pre-November manufacture.
To be considered a WWII helmet, the helmet in question must possess all original manufacturing techniques and parts dating from the first approved production models in to the last WWII specifications in Depending on the post-war change a part may be simply changed for an original period correct piece or more drastic measures taken such as repainting to original specifications.
If refurbishing is properly done, the helmet will be period correct, but generally will not command the price of an unaltered original WWII built helmet. Restored helmets are best suited for re-enactors as the use of original helmets is not recommended due to damage that may occur. This is an example of two WWII manufactured front seamed helmets. On the left is an original unaltered helmet with dark paint and coarse cork aggregate and sewn chin straps.
On the right, a front seamed helmet refurbished to s specifications with lighter paint and fine sand aggregate and metal clamped chin straps. Subscribe today for print or digital delivery. Original helmets with proven, period-applied unit markings such as airborne or other unit markings will increase the price exponentially, but are outside the scope of this article.
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By the end of the s, the Vetterli had been made obsolete by the march of technology. A new rifle design using a straight pull system was developed. The Model underwent major redesigns ending in the K, one of the finest, most accurate bolt action infantry rifles ever developed. The promise of the magazine loading rifle was fulfilled: the Swiss were able to avoid invasion and involvement in two world wars and one cold one.
It describes, on a part-by-part basis, all the models of both the Vetterli and Schmidt-Rubin rifles including infantry rifles, short Stutzer rifles, carbines and cadet models. All markings and codes are explained and tied to models and serial number ranges.
The Swiss rifles are not only extremely accurate and a great deal of fun to shoot, but their wide range of variations makes them a great collectible. The Krag rifle and carbine were the first smokeless powder, magazine loading arms used by the United States Army. It was adopted from a Norwegian design in and reached the troops starting in mid The Krag was the first precision-machined, small caliber, magazine loading rifle adopted by the U.
This meant that the production facilities and work force had to be completely rebuilt and reorganized. In just four short years, the entire U. Army, both mounted and dismounted branches, were completely equipped with the new rifle and carbine. So successful had been the design and initial production phase, that only minor changes were made to the rifle and carbine afterward.
It was the ideal time to introduce a new rifle. The U. Army in the s was a peacetime organization. The frontier had been settled in the late s and the Army had been reduced in strength to not quite 18, strong, and was scattered halfway around the world from Plattsburgh, New York to Anchorage, Alaska to Honolulu, Hawaii. All but two troops of cavalry were still stationed west of the Mississippi River and no military formations in regimental strength had been assembled since the Sioux Wars in But the combination of Spanish imperialism in Cuba and the sinking of the battleship, USS Maine , led the United States into a short, sharp war in that gave way to a longer, more bitter fight in the Philippines.
In , Chinese revolutionaries styled the "Boxers" threatened to murder all foreigners in China. Army and Marines brought their Krag rifles to mainland China in concert with forces from other European nations and quickly relieved the siege of the Foreign Legations at Peking and then helped clear the country of insurgents.
Even though the Krag only served the U. Army for eleven years, it did so admirably and saw much hard fighting. It only gave way to the Model Springfield as the latter rifle could be loaded quickly and easily with a five round clip.
The American Krag Rifle and Carbine provides the arms collector, historian and target shooter with a part-by-part analysis of what has been called the "rifle with the smoothest bolt action ever designed. All changes to all parts are described and matched to serial number ranges. A monthly serial number chart by production year has been devised that will provide the collector with the year and month in which his rifle or carbine was manufactured.
The mystery of the so-called Philippine Constabulary rifles is solved and the "School" rifle is introduced. A new and complete exploded view is included as are instructions for assembly and disassembly of the rifle and carbine. The Model Springfield Rifle was perhaps the most famous and popular of all U.
First issued in , it served in two world wars and the Korean War and numerous smaller military actions around the globe between in the first half of the 20th Century. It even saw limited service during the War in Vietnam. Today, it is an extremely popular and sought-after military rifle by collectors.
A modification of the famous Mauser bolt action, The Model Springfield was legendary for its accuracy in the hands of a well-trained rifleman. A variation of the rifle developed especially for match shooting held the crown in the National Matches longer than any other rifle.
The National Matches have been conducted annually on a nationwide basis since except in wartime and involved both civilian and military shooters competing on an equal basis. The matches exerted a great deal of influence on the design of American military rifles and marksmanship training. Every variation in every part is documented and matched to the serial number range of its use.
Thirty-one different variations of the rifle were developed over the 41 year course of its production and all are described and identified. Twelve different variations of the rifles were developed as sniper rifles beginning in All are discussed and described as are the telescopic sights used on each. The rifle was produced for civilian shooters by the Springfield National Armory as well. Several variations of.
A range of. Appendices provide additional information on serial numbers, production numbers, ammunition, inspection procedures and markings, lists of military and civilian inspectors and their markings, the National Match rifle and the rare and highly classified Pedersen device that converted this bolt action rifle to a semiautomatic rifle during World War I with never-before published original factory photos. A thorough bibliography completes the text.
Format is perfect bound, 8. Every part is illustrated in detail either in a drawing or photo. As the book covers the entire range of the Model rifle from the rod bayonet to the MA4 sniper rifle. The British Tommy and the troops of the former British Commonwealth counted on their Short Magazine Lee-Enfields for nearly 90 years, and many are still in use today.
Skip Stratton, who maintains the Enfield Rifle Research Internet web site and is a collector of long standing, has written a superb book that provides a well-organized, detailed look from the collector's perspective at this fine rifle series. Dozens of charts and illustrations take you through seven manufacturers on three continents and seventy years of production to identify each variation of every single part of the rifle.
Stratton shows you how to determine which parts are correct for each manufacturer and each period of manufacture. British or Commonwealth? Original or arsenal reconditioned? It takes more than the date on the action body to determine that. And what do all of those codes and inspection marks and cyphers mean? Do they help detemine the age of the rifle and its parts? Yes, they do, and all are listed in the books' pages and shown in more than 90 illustrations and photographs.
Also included are descriptions of accoutrements, cleaning tools, and bayonets issued to the British and Commonwealth soldier with his Short Magazine Lee-Enfield. Serial numbers, codes, markings, cyphers - this book has it all in an easy-to-use layout. Charles Skip Stratton, has done an outstanding job- again. He presents the No. Every single model, including the sniper rifles, target and match rifles and training rifles, manufactured in the U. He begins by presenting the historical background for the development of both rifles, the No.
He describes each variation of both rifles and explains what all the "marks," "numbers," and codes found on most parts mean and shows how to relate them to the various manufacturing factories in England, Canada, the United States, South Africa and Pakistan. He also provides a breakdown of serial numbers by year, factory and country. Stratton then literally dissects both rifles, describing every single part and explaining the reasons behind any changes and points out how to identify those changes.
For instance, there are eight different receivers - action bodies- used on the eleven variations of both rifles, five variations of breech bolts, nine variations of rear sights, thirteen variations of barrels and two variations of stocks. Stratton also discusses every single part of the rifle in the same detail so that the reader and collector knows that there are three variations of the humble stock bolt, seven variations of the forend, three variations of the buttplate, and so on, as well as how to identify each and relate it to a specific range of serial numbers produced by a specific factory.
The book also translates the codes and markings that often pinpoint its original and subsequent military units. Collectors are thrilled when the discover that their rifle served at El Alamein or during the Invasion of Sicily, at Monte Cassino, Normandy or in the Far East in Malaya, or in Korea or Aden or anywhere else British forces were to be found between and the mids. British Enfield Rifles, Vol 2 No. Charles R. Stratton continues his very successful series on collectible British military rifles with the little understood, but widely available Pattern and U.
Model of Rifles. Often called the "American Enfield," the Pattern in. Model was the same rifle, but rechambered for the American. Over 1. The Model Enfield has long been a favorite American collectible. Over the years, it has been sporterized for hunting and restored for collecting by thousands of shooters. Parts are commonly available and many P parts are interchangeable with M parts, making it quite easy to return a given rifle to original condition.
As in the previous two volumes, Mr. Stratton has provided a detailed description of each rifle on a part by part basis and noted whether or not the particular part is interchangeable between the two models. He provides a series of charts and explanations for the markings, codes and inspection stamps that appear on each part and tells how to determine which were originally manufactured for the P or the M Also a complete description of the two sniper rifle variations of the P that were fielded in both wars, the Pedersen device developed for the M, and the accessories that were issued with the rifle to soldiers of both countries, including ammunition belts, bayonets, tools and cleaning equipment.
Separate appendixes provide an exploded view and nomenclature, production statistics, ammunition descriptions and sporting rifle derivations. The demand for this book has been so great that the author and publisher decided to skip over Volume 3 in the series which will deal with the original "Long Lee" rifle for the time being. Volume 4, The Pattern and U. Model of Rifles is being published out of sequenc to meet this demand.
ISBN , 5. Model Rifles by Charles R. The M16 has been the nation's military rifle since , longer than any other military rifle. During those 36 years, it has been carried in combat and on peacekeeping missions by American, allied and friendly soldiers to every corner of the world. The civilian version, the AR15 rifle, has been manufactured in the hundreds of thousands by more than a dozen different companies.
It is the current National Match Service Rifle and the most popular target match rifle in use today. Following a history of its development and the evolution of military tactics that guided its design, a comprehensive part-by-part examination of the rifle is provided. Markings and codes for military and civilian rifles and carbines are deciphered and a six page table lists all models by all manufacturers currently in production, with specific features. For those interested in competition, three AR15s were custom-built; a spacegun for long range bench rest matches, a service match rifle that complies with all current OCM and NRA competition rules and a.
The design and building process is thoroughly described for those wishing to build their own match rifles. The M16's replacement, which incorporates a 20 mm grenade launcher, is already well-advanced in testing and is due to be introduced by mid-decade. But the AR15 rifle will remain the national match service rifle far into the foreseeable future. The book is illustrated with over three hundred photos and drawings, is 8 x Yet, only two books have been written about this finest of all Mauser rifles, one in German and the other directed more toward shooters than collectors.
Every marking, every code is explained. A new, first ever list of serial number ranges by year has been compiled. All military and many civilian accessories are included with photos. Line drawings illustrate every part to provide the clearest view. A new color insert provides photos of the various models.
Also included is a discussion of production methods and total rifles produced for each model. Serial numbering is clarified between carbines and rifles many share the same serial number. Each model is discussed in detail and illustrated with photos. The target versions of this very fine rifle are analyzed and photographed.
A complete discussion of the various sniper rifle models are included with photos up to the present PS90 based on the AWS Sniper Rifle. Ammunition types are listed and performance data is included. We think this book will be a major contribution to the field of arms collecting.
Perfect bound with four-color cover. Walt Kuleck has done it again. He also provides tips on such problems as a small but growing crack in the receiver that does not yet interfere with the function or safety of the pistol: solution, in most cases it can be fixed by drilling a tiny hole at the end of the crack to prevent it growing further. A highly recommended text for the shooter and collector.
Or think they do. The M Complete Assembly Guide not only teaches the correct way to disassemble and reassemble any Model , but how to improve the old warhorse. Or perhaps you have a new pistol from one of the dozens of manufacturers now producing variations of the Model Or perhaps you are thinking of building one from scratch. Although the Mosin-Nagant rifle was in use for more than sixty years by half the world's military forces, no book in the English language has ever traced its development and identified all its models and variations as manufactured around the world, including in the United States.
No provided the part-by-part information needed by the collector and shooter. This is the first book in English, ever written about the Mosin-Nagant. Every part is described with all changes and markings, making it possible to identify the national origins of not only the rifle as a whole, but of every part. Chapters provide a history of its development and use from to its last manufacture in Hungary and China in the mids.
Then each part is analyzed showing all changes in chronological order. All variations are described from the original rifle to the M carbine with its unique folding bayonet. All Finnish variations are described and a history of the tiny country's relations with its giant next door neighbor is included to show the derivation of Finland's line of Mosin-Nagants. Sniper rifles from all countries are listed in a separate chapter as is the ammunition produced for the rifle and all accessories issued to the combat soldier.
Of great value to the collector is the huge list of markings and codes found on all Mosin-Nagant rifles of whatever national origin, the first ever compiled. The Mosin-Nagant was one of the earliest small-caliber battle rifles developed in the late 19th century. Its rugged design and construction are borne out by the fact that the only changes ever made to its basic design were to shorten and lighten the rifle as ammunition improved and battle conditions changed.
The Mosin-Nagant is without doubt, one of the premier battles rifles of the late 19th and early 20th century and a testament to skill of it Russian designer. The M14 rifle was the last semiautomatic battle rifle adopted by the U. It lasted less than ten years before being replaced by the M But in that short time, it developed fierce adherents and became one of the finest match rifles in the world.
During the war in Iraq, the M14, as well as its sniper variations, the M21 and M25, have made an astonishing comeback. This new, revised and expanded 3rd edition describes the use of the M14 rifle and its sniper variations today by all four branches of the U. Coast Guard. The MType Rifle provides a detailed history of the rifle's development and use, particularly today in Iraq and Afghanistan where the high-powered 7.
The M14 rifle and its two sniper variations, the M21 and M25, are described on a part-by-part basis. A survey of all current civilian semiautomatic Mtype rifles and components available today is also included as a separate chapter and brought up to date. Included also are the Chinese variations of the M The history of the development and use of the M14 in Vietnam is discussed showing how it led to the development of the sniper variations.
The book also serves as a guide for shooters who want to restore an M14 to original condition or build a superb match rifle from the civilian versions. Various receivers and parts kits are discussed. Separate chapters show how to turn a commercial Mtype rifle such as the M1A, into a superb match rifle by choosing the right barrel, glass-bedding the stock, and unitizing the gas cylinder.
Also discussed are National Match rifles with specifications, ammunition to be used for the best accuracy, targeting and shooting the Mtype rifle and trouble shooting and maintenance. Finally, all G. The book is fully illustrated with photos and drawings that clarify the text.
Appendices provide up-to-date information on parts and supplies and gun smithing services. Finally, the current legal ramifications of owning a semiautomatic rifle is explained. The 7th edition of the best selling "bible" of the World War II M1 Carbine has been updated with new information from the previous edition. The changes between the 6th and 5th editions are listed on the last page of the book. The author, Craig Riesch, has compiled twenty-two years of surveys and research into this page volume containing 38 charts, photographs, and fourteen drawings.
The M1 Carbine is analyzed and described by its ten separate manufacturers and various models, with all changes, modifications, and new parts noted by serial number range of use. And since the U. Army Ordnance Department required that virtually every part of the M1 Carbine be marked with a manufacturer's or subcontractor's code, Riesch has unraveled the manufacturer's and subcontractor's codesagain by serial number range and eliminated many "spurious codes" and myths.
Every major and most minor parts are now conclusively identified by manufacturer and serial number range, making it possible for the collector, shooter, and historian to examine an M1 Carbine to determine its authenticity with a high degree of confidence. Using the charts and photos in the book, the collector can identify the manufacturer and period of use for the receiver group, barrel group, trigger housing group, and stock group and their component parts.
Butt plates by the various manufacturers are shown in full-size photographs for easy identification. The aspects that make up the two types of true M1A1 folding stock paratrooper carbines are described and photographed. Serial number ranges for original manufacture are included.
Reproduction folding stocks are shown and points of difference are identified. The book is divided into six chapters and ten appendices. Each chapter describes a major subgroup of the M1 Carbine: receiver, barrel, trigger assembly, and stock. Chapter six covers the M1 Carbine accessories issued to the soldier, and chapter seven the M3 trench knife and M4 bayonet, and their scabbards.
The appendices include serial number sequences for each manufacturer, a description of the types of ammunition for the M1 Carbine, a discussion of "imported" carbines, an exploded view, and an M1 Carbine survey form on which the collector can list all parts of his or her carbine to determine authenticity. Complete instructions for disassembling the carbine are included with photographs. The most famous of all American battle rifles, the Ml Garand is described on a part-by-part basis, by serial number range and manufacturer.
This new 6th edition has been revised and expanded to include the very latest information developed by the North Cape Publications, Inc. It encompasses the entire range of Ml Garand production in text and quick-scan charts, and includes dimensions, markings, finishes and changes by serial number range for all parts in the manner our readers have come to expect from us.
Using this book, any Ml Garand can be analyzed in minutes to determine if it is "as manufactured" or to replace parts or rebuild the rifle to return it to its original condition and increase its collector's value. Included is a thorough discussion of their telescopic sights and mounts to pinpoint which one is correct for a particular period.
Navy's 7. A classification structure for National Match Rifles has been devised which permits the collector to first determine whether or not a particular Ml Garand is a National Match rifle, and then to determine when it was assembled.
This will aid in identifying correct World War II parts. All are listed by page number for quick reference. All North Cape Publications, Inc. A complete analysis of the Communist Bloc's SKS Carbine -the first detailed study of this fine, collectible carbine in twenty-five years. Every part analyzed to tell you how to determine its country of origin and whether or not those parts are compatible between SKS carbines of different Nation's manufacture.
This famed Soviet-designed shoulder arm, which together with the AK, armed hundreds of thousands of "National Liberation Front" fighters from Vietnam to Angola. It was manufactured in six countries and its total production ran into the tens of millions.
That vast number not only provides a fertile field for collectors, but helps keep prices low enough to make the SKS carbine a fine plinking and hunting rifle. The SKS Carbine examines the firearm on a part-by-part basis so that you can determine 1 which parts are original on a particular SKS carbine, 2 in which country they were produced, 3 which of those parts are interchangeable between different manufacturers and which are not, 4 how to read serial numbers to determine date of manufacture and country of origin, and 5 what the inspection markings stamped on metal and wood parts mean.
An expanded list of factory codes for the Chinese SKS carbines has been made available to the authors by collector Howard Bearse. That information and more has also been included in this 5th revised and expanded edition of The SKS Carbine. The first new book on these earliest Winchesters in twenty-five years, and the first to provide a complete, part-by-part description including dimensions, finishes, markings and variations.
The venerable, and very collectable "Yellow Boy," the "Gun the Won the West" and the scarce Model are completely analyzed and described in text and charts. All serial number lists have been revised and are included, courtesy of U. Repeating Arms Company. Continuing his outstanding study of the Winchester lever actions, the first in twenty years Mr.
Pirkle provides a part-by-part by serial number range description of these wonderful rifles. He sets new standards with every book. The second in this study of Winchester lever action repeaters, the first in twenty five years, covers the extremely popular John M. Browning-designed Models of and These are currently the hottest collectible Winchesters because of their affordability. As in Vol. He also provides detailed appendices to assist the collector.
This is the third volume in Arthur Pirkle's major new study of the Winchester Lever Action Repeating Rifles, the first in more than 25 years. As in the two previous volumes, the Models of and are examined and described on a part-by-part by serial number basis. All dimensions, markings, finishes and any changes to a part are listed complete with its serial number range of use. The Model has 66 parts, the Model , With very few exceptions, each part was changed at least once during its manufacturing life, and sometimes, more often.
These changes make it easy to determine the authenticity of a Winchester Lever Action Rifle. Parts are described so thoroughly that you will be able to differentiate between "Winchester-manufactured," after-market or reproduction parts. Experienced collectors know that the value of the firearms in their collection depends in large part on their authenticity.
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