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- Scarface revolver sells for £67,250 in Christie's sale
A revolver formerly owned by notorious American gangster Al Capone has been sold at auction
Browse the artillery and antique weapons at the Royal Artillery Museum in Woolwich in the Dec/Jan 2012 issue of Classic Arms
- Rare pistols return to Dunster
A pare of rare early flintlock pistols has been bought at auction by the National Trust for £30,000
Classic Arms & Militaria is a specialist journal published every two months. It features many interesting articles and pictures, on topics covering rifles, pistols, swords, uniforms and aboriginal arms. Written by a knowledgeable team of expert contributors, it tells some unusual medieval tales, concentrating mainly on pre-first world war stories taking us from Sudan to Japan, from India to Russia and the rest of the world.
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Latest IssuePacked into the April/May issue:
GIGANTI’S ‘LOST’ BOOK DISCOVERED Duncan Noble reveals the subtleties of the recently discovered second book of the rapier master Nicoleto Giganti
THE OTHER ADAMS BOY and his cartridge revolvers by George Prescott
A WEBLEY ROYAL IRISH Constabulary Revolver by Bill Harriman
BAYONET BYTES NO.14 Graham Priest continues his series on bayonet history and collecting with the Tipu Sultan’s bayonets
LAW FOR BROADSWORD By John McGrath
THE MLE. 1866 CARTOUCHEE By Guy and Leonard A-R-West FHBSA
TOURING EHRENBREITSTEIN FORTRESS and a Secret Military Technology Museum in Koblenz, SW Germany by Roy Stevenson
UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES Charles Moore’s pill lock primer by Bill Harriman
BOOK REVIEWS Bill Harriman guides you through a range of the latest historical literature
ASK THE EXPERT Bill Harriman a professional member of the Forensic Science Society and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, answers your questions.