MULTIPLE PHOTOS OF OVER 160 GUNS
Flintlock Fowlers: The First Guns Made in America - Tom Grinslade is a landmark pictorial study of 18th century American flintlock fowling pieces features guns ranging from
Club Butts and New England guns to those of eastern Kentucky, along with their origin and construction. Over 160 of these essential firearms, dating from 1700 to
1820, are covered, along with detailed descriptions and numerous photos highlighting the important aspects of each. A special, full-color section, with 59 detailed photos,
highlights aspects of some of the most important and decorative pieces. 248 pages and over 950 high quality photographs.
Includes multiple photos of each gun, including close-ups of featured details. Fifteen pages of full-color close-ups highlight some of the most decorative pieces.
The most complete compilation of American fowlers ever in one book! An essential resource for collectors, builders and flintlock enthusiasts!
248 pages and over 950 high-quality photographs. Soft cover.
About the Author:
Tom Grinslade is also the author of the best selling 2009 book "Powder Horns: Documents of History".