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    [Gatling Guns]. Capt. J. P. Farley. Rules for the Inspection of Army Revolvers and Gatling Guns. Caliber .45. Springfield: National Armory, 1875. First edition. Octavo. 28 pages. Printed boards with brown cloth spine. Engraved illustrations. "Price Lists of the Gatling Guns and Army Revolvers" bound in back. Prepared under the direction of Lt. Col. J. G. Benton, Commanding National Armory. Excellent period work on the .45 caliber Colt Army revolver, .45 caliber Schofield-Smith & Wesson revolver and .45 caliber Gatling Gun.

    Condition: Very good. Moderate soiling to front board with some sun fading to rear board. Page edges mildly toned, otherwise a tight and clean copy of this rare original work.

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    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
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