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Shooter's Bible 110th Edition - The World's Bestselling Firearms Reference - cover

Shooter's Bible 110th Edition - The World's Bestselling Firearms Reference

Jay Cassell

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Summary

Set your sights on the newest guns, optics, ammo—and much, much more—in this perennial firearms reference. More than seven million copies sold! 
 
Published annually for more than eighty years, the Shooter’s Bible is the most comprehensive and sought-after reference guide for new firearms and their specifications, as well as for thousands of guns that have been in production and are currently on the market.  
 
Nearly every firearms manufacturer in the world is included in this renowned compendium. The 110th edition also contains new and existing product sections on ammunition, optics, and accessories, along with updated handgun and rifle ballistic tables and extensive charts of currently available bullets and projectiles for handloading.  
 
With a timely feature on the newest products on the market, and complete with color and black-and-white photographs featuring various makes and models of firearms and equipment, the Shooter’s Bible is an essential authority for any beginner or experienced hunter, firearm collector, or gun enthusiast.
Available since: 10/02/2018.
Print length: 2334 pages.

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