7 edition of Spanish Handguns found in the catalog.
March 1, 2001 by Stoeger Publishing Company .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
The gun's miquelet lock (with external mainspring and sears) strikes flint against a steel frizzen to create sparks. It can be fired in wet weather and is easily repaired. Its conical barrel is accurate only at close range, but it can be reloaded quickly. This example probably served Spanish militia cavalry on the northwestern frontier of. The Mauser C96 (Construktion 96) is a semi-automatic pistol that was originally produced by German arms manufacturer Mauser from to Unlicensed copies of the gun were also manufactured in Spain and China in the first half of the 20th century. The distinctive characteristics of the C96 are the integral box magazine in front of the trigger, the long barrel, the wooden shoulder stock.
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Firearms expert Gene Gangarosa, Jr., has written the definitivee work on the development of Spanish handguns from the late 19th century to His page, heavily illustrated book features the story of the Basque people of northern Spain, whose skilled arms makers produced the famed Astra, Ruby (Llama) and Jo-Lo-Ar (Star) pistols/5(9).
Synopsis: Firearms expert Gene Gangarosa, Jr., has written the definitivee work on the development of Spanish handguns from the late 19th century to His page, heavily illustrated book features the story of the Basque people of northern Spain, whose skilled arms makers produced the famed Astra, Ruby (Llama) and Jo-Lo-Ar (Star) Range: $75 - $ Firearms expert Gene Gangarosa, Jr., has written the definitive work on the development of Spanish handguns from the late 19th century to His page, heavily illustrated book features the story of the Basque people of northern Spain, whose skilled arms makers produced the famed Astra, Ruby (Llama) and Jo-Lo-Ar (Star) pistols.
Serial /5(2). Spanish Handguns by Gene, Jr. Gangarosa, March 1,Stoeger Publishing Company edition, Paperback in English. Firearms expert Gene Gangarosa, Jr., has written the definitive work on the development of Spanish handguns from the late 19th century to His page, heavily illustrated book features the.
Not just a gun book. Wieland is a journalist and excellant writer. Never expected to finally understand the Spanish revolution of the 30's reading a book on shotguns.
Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. JdlC. out of 5 stars A very nice resource on beautiful Spanish Reviews: Description Spanish Handguns: The History of Spanish Pistols & Revolvers by Gene Gangarosa Jr.
The definitive work on the development of Spanish handguns from the late 19th century. Separate chapters dedicated to Astra, Star and Llama marks. pages with numerous B&W illustrations. 2 INDEX 1: The Charola y Anitua pistols Pag.
3 2: The Bergmann and Campo-Giro pistols (I) Page 9 3: The Bergmann and Campo-Giro pistols (II) Page 13 4: Eibar pistols of the s. Page 16 5: The Eibar Brownings. Page 21 6: Eibar semiautomatics during the Great War. Page 27 7: The s production. Page 31 8: Spanish Handguns book 3The ³ASTRA ´,´ 00, and the STARs M,and pistols.
Buy Spanish Handguns: The History of Spanish Pistols & Revolvers by Gangarosa, Gene, Jr. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. Probably this is a post-WWI made gun by one of the tiny makers who continued after the war, but were destroyed during the Spanish Revolution ofalong with any records.
Because of the engraving, nickel and pearl, I can guess that this was sold to a more wealthy upper-middle class individual, likely as a pocket or purse gun.
The best book to introduce Spanish handgun manufacturing is Gene Gangarosa Jr.'s fine volume Spanish Handguns, the History of Spanish Pistols and Revolvers. Gangarosa describes several Spanish velodog manufacturers as well as those who made the transition from velodog to semi-automatic revolver.
Other information such as the Spanish Handguns book number of the gun Spanish Handguns book be used to estimate the manufacture date, which puts limits on the proofing date.
Obviously, errors are possible. But so far, is my best guess for the transition date. Everything above is general for Spanish handguns, and applies to Beistegui Hermanos guns as well as Unceta. We are partnered with such Spanish arms companies as "Pedro Arrizabalaga and "LOBO Airguns" and many more Spanish Spanish Handguns book companies.
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The following information on the Spanish imitations of Smith & Wesson revolvers comes from Smith & Wesson Hand Guns by Roy C.
McHenry and Walter F. & Wesson Hand Guns is also available to purchase in print. Smith & Wesson, Colt and other top-notch American manufacturers always had to contend with cheap imitations of their products as quickly as patents expired; but cheap. Buy Spanish Best: The Fine Shotguns of Spain 2nd Revised ed.
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Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Will Spanish handguns ever be worth money as collectables. Maybe - but. Gunboard's Forums > CETME Rifles And More > The Spanish Pistol Board > Spanish Handgun Quality.
PDA. View Full Version: Spanish Handgun Quality. jcib.PM. I have belonged to this board for some time and notice a continued number of postings to a similar. Get this from a library. Spanish guns and pistols: including 'An historical account of the gunmakers of Madrid from their origin until the present day' by Isidro Solér, gunmaker to our lord the King, Madrid, MDCCXCV.
[W Keith Neal; Isidro Solér]. After Spanish civil war, company moved its facilities to Vitoria, Spain, where it continued to build handguns under Llama trade name. In s, firm introduced a new line of pistols that were more modern in design and function. Llama pistol is still produced today.
For Llama pistols built prior to slide marking reads: "GABILONDO Y CIA. When Serbian army was reformed at Salonica some of those revolvers were supplied (main handgun supplied were Ruby pistols, but there were also revolvers, both Mle and Spanish ones).
No idea which ones were supplied as local sources only list them as “Revolver, M, spanski (Spanish), 8mm”, but I have seen examples of Aguirrey Y Cia. Contact Us. Numrich Gun Parts Corporation Williams Ln. Kingston, NY Phone: If you want to start a collection, look for really nice Spanish handguns.
As a general rule, "pretty" customization, such as plating, anodizing and engraving can be assumed to come from the Eibar factory. Functional modifications (enlarged slide stops, magazine floorplates) will be aftermarket. Many of these guns, particularly those made in Belgium and Spain, were made in little shops, perhaps in the workmen's homes, and were sold to dealers who put their names on them.
For example, a number of Spanish automatics have been encountered which bear the inscription on the slide: FABRIQUE D'ARMES DE GUERRE DE GRANDE PRECISION EIBAR, SPAIN. Llama Firearms, officially known as Llama-Gabilondo y Cia SA, was a Spanish arms company founded in under the name Gabilondo and headquarters were in Eibar in the Basque Country, Spain, but they also had workshops during different times in Elgoibar and company manufactured moderate-priced revolvers and self-chambering pistols in a wide variety of models.
Spanish guns enjoy a spotty reputation in North America and this book helps consumers determine between the quality Spanish guns and the rest. It is also reviews the history of the Basque people and is an invaluable reference should one entertain the idea of going to Spain to order a shotgun.
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Made by Gabilondo from Bore has strong rifling. Front grip strap has an area of minor pitting. Approximately 93% original finish remains. Very good overall condition. You might only be able to find a Spanish-language manual for your gun, for example. My thanks to Alberto Cooper for the accent translation especially.
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Spanish $ 0 $ 5d 14h 18m. Azhur Armas, S.A. (antes Ascensio Zabala), like most Spanish shotgun makers, made guns for most price points. Without actually seeing gun, there's no way to know if it's a low dollar gun made for the working man, of a top quality gun made for the owner on an estate.
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The date code will be something like the G*1 on this gun. The web site that has the codes does not mention it, but there is a small * above and between the letter and the number.
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