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    A revolver formerly owned by notorious American gangster Al Capone has been sold at auction
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    A pare of rare early flintlock pistols has been bought at auction by the National Trust for £30,000
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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 Issue

Latest IssuePacked into the October/November 2015 issue -

ASK THE EXPERT - Bill Harriman, a professional member of the Forensic Science Society and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, answers your questions

Bill Harriman’s UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES - A sectioned Anson and Deeley action shotgun

Gothic HILTED SWORD - Duncan Noble continues with more unusual examples of that most beautiful sword

THE BATTLE Agincourt - Henry V and the Hundred Years War. By Gerald Prenderghast

The English Longbow: Better than a musket? By George Prescott

The Law Commission - Scoping Consultation on Firearms Law By Bill Harriman

Bayonet Bytes No.15 - Part 3: ‘... The nearest run thing you ever saw in your life …’ The Battle of Waterloo 18 June 1815 – Tactics

Target Pistols - The Road to Olympic Recognition By Richard Garrett

The Petersberg Citadel: Roy Stevenson tours the Erfurt Fortress Military Museum and Rampart Tunnels

Early Corke City Gunmakers - By David Stroud

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