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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 IssueASK THE EXPERT - Bill Harriman a professional member of the Forensic Science Society and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, answers your questions.
UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES - This issue Bill Harriman covers the restoration of a Sgian Dubh.
AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN OFFICIALS’ SWORDS - Duncan Noble looks at two swords from the days when everyone who mattered had one.
THE CONYERS, A DYNASTY OF GUNMAKERS - Beginnings in Hull and East Yorkshire. By Arthur G. Credland.
LAW FOR BROADSWORD - Part 2 By John McGrath.
A ROYAL AIRFORCE - Colt Model 1911 Pistol By Bill Harriman.
BAYONET BYTES NO.15 - Graham Priest continues his series on bayonet history and collecting with Part 1: ‘ The nearest run thing you ever saw in your life’... The Battle of Waterloo 18 June 1815.
INFANTRY WEAPONS AT WATERLOO - By George Prescott.
THE MILITARY TRAIN 1857-59 (PART I) - An unusual cavalry regiment in the Indian Mutiny By Peter Duckers.
AUCTION NEWS - A selection of results of the past months’ auctions and upcoming events.
BOOK REVIEWS - Bill Harriman and the team guide you through a range of the latest historical literature.