By George D. Moller
American army Shoulder hands, quantity II, includes greater than 300 photos. As with the former quantity, quantity II is written basically for college students of hands, but additionally comprises fabric of curiosity to historians, museum experts, creditors, and buyers of vintage arms.
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George D. Moller is the writer of a number of books on army shoulder arms.
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American Military Shoulder Arms, Volume II: From the 1790s to the End of the Flintlock Period by George D. Moller