Articles


Bulletin Number 6 (Fall, 1962)

UNION ARMS COMPANY REVOLVERS
Herman W. Williams, Jr.

UNION ARMS AND CONTEMPORARY REVOLVERS
Henry M. Stewart, Jr.

NOTES ON TOMAHAWKS, HATCHETS & BOARDING AXES USED BY AMERICANS
Harold L. Peteron

THE PALMETTO ARMORY, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Hugh Benet, Jr.


Bulletin Number 7 (Spring, 1963)
GUNS AND THEIR MAKERS OF THE GREAT WESTERN EMPORIUM
John E. Byrne

ST. LOUIS GUNS, THE MECHANICS OF MANUFACTURE AND POINTS OF IDENTIFICATION
Clarence B. Fall

THIRTEEN DAYS TO GLORY
Henry Gordon Frost

ORGANIZATION OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ARMS COLLECTORS
Harry C. Knode


Bulletin Number 8 (Fall, 1963)
EVOLUTION OF THE BUGLE OR TRUMPET: REMINISCENCES OF A CAVALRY BUGLER OF FIFTY YEARS AGO
Charles B. Jones

THE NEW ENGLAND COMBINATION GUN, 1730 to 1775
Benjamin F. Hubbell

WHAT PRICE COMPLACENCY
W.R. Funderburg

HENRY DERINGER, JR. AND HIS IMITATORS
Harry C. Knode


Bulletin Number 9 (Spring, 1964)
SOME OF THE OLD MODEL POCKET PISTOLS CALLED 49ERS
P.L. Shumaker

FRANCIS BANNERMAN EXODUS
Robert Pins

DEVELOPMENT AND USES OF ARMOR
Leonard Heinrich


Bulletin Number 10 (Fall, 1964)
AUTOMATIC PRIMING OF FLINT AND PERCUSSION FIREARMS
Henry M. Stewart, Jr.

VOLCANIC AND HENRY FIREARMS
James R. Lucie

THE FUTURE OF GUN COLLECTING
Leon C. Jackson


Bulletin Number 11  (Spring, 1965)
THE NUNEMACHER COLLECTION
Eldon Wolff

THE PHILOSOPHY OF COLLECTING
Herman Dean

HARPERS FERRY AND ITS FIREARMS
C. Meade Patterson

PEPPERBOXES
Frank R. Horner


Bulletin Number  12 (Fall, 1965)
SOME ARMS MUSEUMS OF GREAT BRITAIN
Thomas T. Hoopes

THE AMERICAN CUTLASS
John D. Hammer

EARLY AMERICAN ENGRAVED POWDER HORNS
Crosby Milliman

BENEDICT ARNOLD, BOTH HERO AND TRAITOR
Eugene E. Miller

THE KENTUCKY RIFLE
Harmon C. Leonard


Bulletin Number 13 (Spring, 1966)
WILD AND WACKIE WOOLIE WEAPONS
Gordon Frost

PROBING THE QUESTIONABLE
Samuel Smith

THE ROYAL CASTLE OF NUREMBERG COLLECTION TORTURE AND INSTRUMENTS OF PUNISHMENT
Robert Abels

COURAGE, BULLETS AND BEANS... A PANORAMA OF THE CIVIL WAR
Herschel C. Logan


Bulletin Number 14  (Fall, 1966)
EARLY GUNS AND GUMAKERS WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI
James Serven

INDIAN TRADE GUNS
Charles E. Hanson, Jr.

MUZZLE LOADING ORDNANCE MODELS
Robert Rubendunst

HAND OPERATED PROJECTILE WEAPONS
Charles S. Hendricks


Bulletin Number 15  (Spring, 1967)
PROBLEMS OF LOGISTICS IN THE CONFEDERACY
James C. Bonner

THE MANUFACTURE OF CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE IN GEORGIA
Beverly M. DuBose

RECOLLECTIONS OF FORMING OF THE PUGSLEY AND WINCHESTER GUN COLLECTIONS
EDWIN PUGSLEY


Bulletin Number  16 (Fall, 1967)
STATEMENT AT HEARINGS ON HR 5384
Leon C. Jackson

U.S. MILITARY .45-70 SPRINGFIELD BREECHLOADING RIFLES
Robert C. Pins

EVOLUTION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE
Crosby Milliman

EXPERIENCES OF A CIVIL WAR COLLECTION
Beverly M. DuBose

JAPANESE EDGED WEAPONS COLLECTING FRONTIER
William A. "Billy" Johnson

RARE TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELDS- PART 1
Archer L. Jackson


Bulletin Number 17  (Spring, 1968)
A VISIT TO RUSSIA
Thomas T. Hoopes

U.S. FLINTLOCK RIFLES
John C. McMurray

THE BRITISH INVASION OF NEW HAVEN
Harmon C. Leonard

WINCHESTERS OF THE PAST
Edwin Pugsley

RARE TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELDS- PART 2
Archer L. Jackson


Bulletin Number  18 (Fall, 1968)
MUSEUMS OF ARMS AND MILITARY HISTORY IN TORINO- THE ROLE OF ACCADEMIA DE SAN MARCIANO
Raffael Natta-Soleri

SIX SHOOTERS SINCE SIXTEEN HUNDRED
Merrill Lindsay

BOSTON IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Crosby Milliman


Bulletin Number 19  (Spring, 1969)
THE FORSYTHE PERCUSSION SYSTEM
Clay P. Bedford

THE MAUSER SELF-LOADING MILITARY PISTOL
H.J. "Jack" Dunlap

SADDLES, SPURS AND BOOTS
Gordon H. Frost


Bulletin Number 20  (Fall, 1969)
KENTUCKY RIFLE SILHOUETTES
Albert M. Sullivan

MAGNETIC SEARVH FOR BERMUDA WRECKS
Mendel L. Peterson

NON-MAP POWDER HORNS
Paul J. Westergard

THE STORY OF OUR ASAC LOGO
H
erschel C. Logan

HOPKINS & ALLEN GUNS
Paul Berg