June/July 2015

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On Sale: 29 May 2015

•    UNCONSIDERED TRIFLES - 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.
•    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
•    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

 

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