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Author Name    Sellers, Frank

Title   Sharps Firearms

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket

Edition   Reprint

Publisher    Beinfeld Publishing 2007

ISBN Number    0960812202 / 9780960812202

Seller ID   21327

A clean tight copy in white dust jacket showing slight shelf and edge wear, previous owner's name in black ink on reverse of ffep upper corner.

Price = 232.50 USD


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