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Waffennarr
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If you have a C&R license, or are a 'serious' collector, you know you must have reference books. What is on your shelf? Here are some that I have / use frequently:
Handguns of the Armed Organizations of the Soviet Occupation Zone and German Democratic Republic (originally in German: Die Faustfeuerwaffen der bewaffneten Organe der SBZ/DDR) by Dieter Marschall
[/u]Neutrality through Marksmanship: A Collector's and Shooter's guide to Swedish Army Rifles by Doug Bowser
Crown Jewels. The Mauser in Sweden. A Century of Accuracy and Precision. by Dana Jones
Drei Linien. Die Gewehre Mosin Nagant by Karl Heinz Wrobel. Volumes 1 and 2 (in German)
Rifles of the White Death. A Collector's and Shooter's guide to Finnish Military Rifles 1918-1944 by Doug Bowser
The Swedish Mauser Rifles by Steve Kehaya and Joe Poyer
AK 47. The Grim Reaper by Frank Iannamico
The M1 Does my Talking by Robert Brice (not really a reference but lotsa cool photos)
So, what's on your shelf?
 

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One I have used several times is "The Official Guide to Gunmarks" by David Byron. It's 240 pages of gun codes, markings and proofmarks from around the world. It's out of print but used copies can be found on the internet.
 

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Aw c'mon. Just the ones with empirical information, not anecdotal evidence of use in wars, conflict, or gun reviews. Go ahead, list 'em! That's what the forum is for!
 
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