Bulletin Number 112 (Fall, 2015)
Rifles and Bayonets of the German American Turners
James Haslett, Baltimore Gunsmith and the War of 1812
Gaede, Frederick C.
Jacob Markley - a Frontier Gunsmith
Colts Award to Robert Dickie Stannus
How should I (or my heirs) go about selling my collection by auction?
Bulletin Number 113 (Spring, 2016)
Recent Discoveries in Swords by American Silversmiths
The Cook Brothers Confederate Armory
North Carolina Schools of Longrifles 1765-1865
Could my Bayonet be Confederate?
Johnson, Paul D.
The Confederate States Armory at Ashville, a Study in Confederate Defeat
Jones, Gordon L.
Bulletin Number 114 (Fall, 2016)
Renovating the Cody Firearms Museum
The Charleston City Guard and their Muskets
Civil War U.S. Martial Henry Rifles and an Examination of Engraved U.S. Veterans Volunteer Infantry martial Henry Rifles
The Early Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Rifle as Issued 1902-1932
1794/1798 U.S. Contact Muskets - The Political and Military Situation that Precipitated these Contracts and a Summary of the Contracts and Contractors
Bulletin Number 115 (Spring, 2017)
Colonel for a Year
Joseph Perkin Arms the Revolution
History of the Savage Revolving Arms Company
James H. Merrill and the Cannon by the Door
Bergland, Richard L. and Harrington, Frank S.
Great War Galilean Optical Sniping Sights – Past and Present
The Palmetto Rifle – an Examination of Survivors
Bulletin Number 116 (Fall, 2017)
Jedediah Smith, the Man who Opened the Far West
Von Damm, Milton
Max Bryan, his Gas Trap M1 Garand
Caude Roy: Graveur Sur Tous Metaux au Chariot d’Or
U.S. Military Marksmanship: Indoor Gallery Practice 1858-1921 – Doctrine, Methods and Equipment
Hemingway’s “Lost” Guns, Cuba’s Finca Vigía gives up its Secrets
Calabi, Silvio, Helsley, Steve and Sanger, Roger