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Antique Clay Pigeons/ Shooting Books F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by brauem, Aug 6, 2010.

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    greetings fellow trap/skeet collectors... ive been collecting clay targets for 20 years and have some duplicates to sell...i have some early clay targets from the 1880s thru the 1900s... these are original Ligowsky/ Blue Rock/ Standard/ White Flyers/ National/ etc. clay and pitch/ composition targets. Email with questions, wants, photos, etc.

    Chamberlin Cartridge and Target Co. 1932

    Our Rifles, Sawyer, 1920

    Schmeisser Submachine Gun

    200 Years of American Firearms, Serven
    Guns and Hunting Supplies, Lovell Arms 1890 Reprint
    Russian Arms and Armour
    Decoy Ducks, Ridges
    Sharps, Sellers
    Collecting Antique Bird Decoys, Luckey
    Golden Guild to guns, Koller
    Guns and Rifles of the World, Blackmore
    Treasury of the Gun, Peterson 1962
    The American Gun, Spring 1961
    The American Gun, Summer 1961
    Sportsmans Anthology, Kelley 1944
    Outdoor Life Cyclopedia, 1942
    Hunting-Fishing & Camping by LL Bean 1942
    Arms and Armour, Norman
    Nineteenth Century Games & Sporting Goods, Peck&Snyder 1886 reprint
    About Your Dog, Lemmon 1928

    magazines:
    Turf Field and Farm from the 1870s
    National Sportsman 1936
    Outdoors1935
     
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