There’s just something special about holding a piece of history in your hands. Whether it’s an M1 Carbine, Mauser, or Mosin-Nagant, adding a military firearm to your collection is a rewarding experience. Make sure you know what you’re collecting and what it’s worth with the new edition of the Standard Catalog of Military Firearms – the complete, illustrated pricing & identification guide to the world’s military firearms and their accessories.
This new 8th edition contains pricing for more than 2,000 models of military firearms manufactured between c. 1870 and today. From Argentina to Yugoslavia, the world’s military firearms are all described and valued in this book. And the military gun prices are differentiated between import-marked and non-import-marked models — most military price guides don’t recognize this distinction!
The Standard Catalog of Military Firearms contains over 1,500 photos, including a spectacular 16-page, full-color insert of some of the world’s most exquisite military firepower gathered from Rock Island Auction Company. There is simply no better source of information on military gun prices than this book.
- Updated prices for 2,000+ handguns, submachine guns, rifles, shotguns and machine guns
- 544 pages, and more than 1,500 photos
- Special section on valuable war trophy capture documents
- Emphasis on models produced since WWII
- Descriptions and values for related accessories including clips, magazines, bayonets and holsters
The craftsmanship and historical significance of these firearms is driving unprecedented demand in the market – which is why, more than ever, you need to be armed with the right information. Don’t pay too much – or sell for too little. Get the Standard Catalog of Military Firearms and know the true worth of your collection!
About the Editor
Philip Peterson is a full-time, federally licensed firearms dealer with more than 25 years of experience in military firearms and collectibles. Peterson is the editor of Gun Digest Buyer’s Guide to Tactical Rifles and has been featured in Gun Digest the Magazine. He is a certified master gunsmith.