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June 2022 Newsletter
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So the deer ambushed him, then after being airlifted to a Madison, Wisconsin, hospital, where he was treated for hypothermia, frostbite, and blood loss, the warden... (Read More)
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Baaad Ladies
The nineteenth century West had its share of women pioneers and not all were Miss Kitty in a Dodge City bar or a Willa Catha character living in a basement hut somewhere in Nebraska. Some of these ladies were bad ladies, and some were sought after criminals.
Pearl Hart
Pearl Hart (born Pearl Taylor; 1871-1955) was a Canadian-born outlaw of the American tomsOld West. She committed one of the last recorded stagecoach robberies in the United States, and her crime gained notoriety primarily because of her gender. Many details of Hart's life are uncertain, with available reports being varied and often contradictory.
By early 1898, Hart was in the town of Mammoth, Arizona. Some reports indicate she was working as a cook in a boardinghouse. While doing well for a time, her financial outlook took a downturn after the mine closed. About this time Hart attested to receiving a message asking her to return home to her seriously ill mother.
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Looking to raise money, Hart and an acquaintance known only as "Joe Boot" (likely an alias) worked an old mining claim he owned, but found no gold in the claim.
The pair decided to rob a stagecoach that traveled between Globe and Florence, Arizona. The robbery occurred on May 30, 1899, at a watering point near Cane Springs Canyon, about 30 miles southeast of Globe.  Hart had cut her hair short and dressed in men's clothing. Hart was armed with a .38 revolver while Boot had a Colt .45. One of the last stagecoach routes still operating in the territory, the run had not been robbed in several years and thus the coach did not have a shotgun messenger.  The pair stopped the coach and Boot held a gun on the robbery victims while Hart took $431.20 (equivalent to $14,045 in 2021) and two firearms from the passengers. After returning $1 to each passenger, she then took the driver's revolver. After the robbers had galloped away on their horses, the driver unhitched one of the horses and headed back to town to alert the sheriff.
Others claim the pair became lost and wandered in circles.  Regardless, a posse led by Sheriff Truman of Pinal County caught up with the pair on June 5, 1899. Finding both of them asleep, Sheriff Truman reported that Boot surrendered quietly while Hart fought to avoid capture. (Read More)
Rose Dunn
Rose Elizabeth Dunn (September 5, 1878 – June 11, 1955) also known as Rose of Cimarron and later Rose of the Cimarron, was best known for her good looks and for her romantic involvement with outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newcomb when she was a teenager during the closing years of the Old West.
Dunn met and became involved romantically with George "Bittercreek" Newcomb around 1893. The gang that Newcomb ran with worshipped her due to her good looks and her calm and kind demeanor, and were fiercely defensive of her, spawning her loyalty to them.
She was completely infatuated with Newcomb and began supporting Newcomb's outlaw life by venturing into town for supplies, as he was a wanted man and could not. Newcomb by that time was riding with the Wild Bunch gang led by outlaw Bill Doolin. By this time her brothers had left the outlaw life and had become bounty hunters, calling themselves the Dunn Brothers.
On September 1, 1893, the gang was cornered in Ingalls by a posse of US marshals, in rose dunnwhat became known as the Battle of Ingalls, resulting in an intense shootout. A western legend has it that Newcomb was badly wounded, and while he lay in the street, Dunn is alleged to have run from the "Pierce Hotel" to him with two belts of ammunition and a Winchester rifle. She fired the rifle at the marshals while Newcomb reloaded his revolvers, and Newcomb was able to escape. However, that account has never been verified, and was never mentioned by the US Marshal official report, which indicated that Newcomb at best fired two shots then fled.
Three deputy marshals were killed during the shootout. Newcomb and Charley Pierce were wounded, but escaped. Gang member "Arkansas Tom" Jones was slightly wounded and captured by Deputy Marshal Jim Masterson. Together with Newcomb and other members of the gang, Dunn hid out for at least two months nursing the remaining gang members back to health.
By 1895, Newcomb had a $5,000 bounty placed on him, dead or alive. Newcomb and Pierce hid out near Norman, Oklahoma, both of them having been wounded in a gun battle with US marshals. On May 2, 1895, the Dunn Brothers shot and killed both Newcomb and Pierce as they dismounted in front of the Dunn house to visit Rose. The brothers collected the bounty, believed to have been $5,000 each. (Read More)
Mary Katherine Horony Cummings
Mary Katherine Horony Cummings (November 7, 1850 – November 2, 1940), popularly known as Big Nose Kate, was a Hungarian-born American prostitute and longtime companion and common-law wife of Old West gunfighter Doc Holliday.
In a 1939 letter to her niece Lillian Rafferty, Kate claimed that she was in the Tombstone area with Holliday during the days before the shootout. According to Kate, she was with HoronyHolliday in Tucson, Arizona when they attended the San Augustin Feast and Fair in Levin Park during October 1881. On October 20, 1881, Morgan Earp rode to Tucson to request Holliday's assistance with dealing with Cochise County Cowboys who had threatened to kill the Earps. She wrote that Holliday asked her to remain in Tucson for her safety, but she refused, and traveled with Holliday and Earp. Kate reminisced in the letter about her stay with Holliday at C.S. Fly's Boarding House which bordered the alley where the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place.
Kate accurately described minor details of the shootout, writing that on the day of the gunfight a man entered Fly's Boarding House with a "bandaged head" and a rifle. He was looking for Holliday, who was still in bed after a night of gambling. Kate recalled that the man who was turned away by Mrs. Fly was later identified as Ike Clanton, whom city marshal Virgil Earp had pistol-whipped earlier that day when he found Clanton carrying a rifle and pistol in violation of city ordinances. Clanton's head was bandaged afterward.
Virgil Earp had disarmed him earlier that day and told Ike he would leave Ike's confiscated rifle and revolver at the Grand Hotel, which was favored by cowboys when they were in town. Ike testified afterward that he had tried to buy a new revolver at Spangenberger's gun and hardware store on 4th Street but the owner saw Ike's bandaged head and refused to sell him one. Clanton was unarmed at the time of the shootout later that afternoon. Ike testified that he picked up the weapons from William Soule, the jailer, a couple of days later. Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (Read More)
Laura Bullion
Laura Bullion (October 1876 – December 2, 1961) was an outlaw of the Old West. Most sources indicate Bullion was born in Knickerbocker, near Mertzon, in Irion County, Texas; the exact day of her birth is unclear. Data in the 1880 and 1900 federal census suggest a Laura Bullion might have been born on a farm in the township of Palarm laura bullionnear Conway in Faulkner County, Arkansas, and might have grown up in Tom Green County, Texas. Other sources claim Laura Bullion was born in Kentucky in 1873.
In the 1890s, Laura Bullion was a member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch gang; her cohorts were fellow outlaws, including the Sundance Kid"Black Jack" Ketchum, and Kid Curry. For several years in the 1890s, she was romantically involved with outlaw Ben Kilpatrick ("The Tall Texan"), a bank and train robber and an acquaintance of her father, who had been an outlaw as well.
Bullion was arrested in early November 1901 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was convicted of robbery and sentenced to five years in prison for her role in the Great Northern train robbery. She was released from the Missouri State Penitentiary at Jefferson City, Missouri, on September 19, 1905, after serving three years and 10 months of her punishment.
Laura Bullion moved to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1918, posing as a war widow and usingtomato assumed names. She supported herself as a householder and seamstress, and later as a drapery maker, dressmaker, and interior designer. Her fortunes declined in the late 1940s, when she was without an occupation. In 1961, she died of heart disease at the Shelby County Hospital in Memphis. Her final resting place is at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Memphis. (Read More)
Belle Starr
Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 5, 1848 – February 3, 1889), better known as Belle Starr, was an American outlaw who gained national notoriety after her violent death.[1]
She associated with the James–Younger Gang and other outlaws. She was convicted of horse theft in 1883. She was fatally shot in 1889 in a case that is still officially unsolved. Her story was popularized by Richard K. Fox — editor and publisher of the National Police Gazette — and she later became a popular character in television and films.
Allegedly, Belle was briefly married for three weeks to Charles Younger, uncle of Cole belle StarrYounger in 1878, but this is not substantiated by any evidence. There are numerous claims that Belle's daughter Pearl Reed was actually Pearl Younger, but in Cole Younger's autobiography (quoted in Glen Shirley's "Belle Starr and her times"), he discounted that as rubbish and stated what he knew truly of Belle.
In 1880, she married a Cherokee man named Sam Starr and settled with the Starr family in the Indian Territory. There, she learned ways of organizing, planning and fencing for the rustlers, horse thieves and bootleggers, as well as harboring them from the law. Belle's illegal enterprises proved lucrative enough for her to employ bribery to free her colleagues from the law whenever they were caught.
In 1883, Belle and Sam were arrested by Bass Reeves, charged with horse theft and tried before "The Hanging Judge" Isaac Parker in Fort Smith, Arkansas; the prosecutor was United States Attorney W.H.H. Clayton. She was found guilty and served nine months at the Detroit House of belleCorrections in Detroit, Michigan. Belle proved to be a model prisoner, and during her time in jail, she won the respect of the prison matron. In contrast, Sam was incorrigible and assigned to hard labor.
In 1886, she eluded conviction on another theft charge, but on December 17, Sam Starr was involved in a gunfight with his cousin Law Officer Frank West.[10] Both men were killed, and Belle's life as an outlaw queen—and what had been the happiest relationship of her life—abruptly ended with her husband's death. By her marriage to Sam Starr, she was an aunt to Henry Starr.
On February 3, 1889, two days before her 41st birthday, she was killed. She was riding home from a neighbor's house when she was ambushed. After she fell off her horse, she was shot again to make sure she was dead. Her death resulted from shotgun wounds to the back and neck and in the shoulder and face. Legend says she was shot with her own double-barrel shotgun. (Read More)
Thanks to Wikipedia


Punt Gun

Punt Gun
These monsters were used to commercially harvest scores, if not hundreds of wildfowl while they sat on the water. The guns were mounted on "punts" or small boats used for hunting, hence the name. Punt guns often fired as much as a pound of usually No. 6 shot until it was made illegal to use them for the purpose designed. (Read More)


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Folks, our new website will be up and running next month (July)- if the Good Lord's willing and the creek don't rise. Just a quick heads up though, there will be a price and postage hike with the introduction of the new site- for all the same reasons every other seller is griping about. But, so as long as the old site is around, we'll leave the prices as they are. By the way, we should mention that we've raised prices only once during the last 20 years, and that was so long ago we don't remember when it was.
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 Stupid Email from greedy crooks:

“Hi. I have bad news for you. Unfortunately, something bad happened. One of your credentials was compromised, and that led to a chain of events that I will explain to you now. Using your password, our team got access to your email. We downloaded all data, and with some effort used it to get access to your backup files.

The data that we have downloaded, contains your personal photos and videos, chats, documents, emails, contacts, your browsing history, notes, social media history and more, including some deleted files.

I am sure that you dont want any part of your private information to be seen by xxxother people. And you can stop this. If we dont get what we are asking for, we will use this information against you. If you are not sure of what can be done, just imagine what would happen if we use your email and phone number to send the most private and damaging content to your contacts. That would be very damaging to you. However, there is a solution. You can avoid this mess by paying a fee to delete the files we have. So let's make this simple. You pay $1500 USD, and there will be nothing to worry about. No chats, no photos, nothing.

Use Bitcoin to make the transfer. Wallet address is (link deleted-ed) it's unique and we will know that you made the payment immediately. You have 2 days to make the transfer, that's reasonable. Take care.”
If you had all that information, they you would have know who to write the email to, eh! I have nothing to hide from anyone… so go ahead. (Readers. of course, this is just a scam, they have nothing, just want to scare someone into paying them, and I didn't waste my time by writing back to them.)
xxx(Cornellpubs) Sorry, can't see any other way to post in Rants & Raves than your email. Am a well- satisfied past customer. Mr. Angcorn, after abandoning his birthplace, fires back at it from the protection of a country that beats and arrests a 70-year old man that had the temerity to honk his horn as a political protest and oppresses the very truckers that maintain his lifestyle. During the worst of the primer and powder shortage I somehow ended up on the mailing list of Bullseye North, a Canadian Gun and Sporting goods concern. Interestingly, their prices for AMERICAN girlprimers and powders were far less than in the U.S.! Upon calling said concern to order, I learned they don't ship powder, primers, etc. to the U.S., in fact they ship NOTHING to the U.S., not even jackets, boots, shirts, etc., because they don't have an export permit. I assume they could get one, but they just haven't. Mr. Angcorn bragged about Canada being a great ally. Really? They gave HIM sanctuary, didn't they? Have they no standards? Gerald Mahle
Hmmm, I guess we, cornellpubs, are guilty of a similar offense, we don’t ship to Canada. You see, recent regulations implemented by most countries, the U.S. too probably, require foreign shippers to jump through all kinds of hoops to collect VAT, Import duty and other taxes on behalf of the country they are shipping to, and each country has different rates and requirements. Many companies, like us, say no, we just don’t have the time and interest to become a customs house for foreign countries. I bet the company in Canada is also boxed in by U.S. regulations and they said “forget it”, end of story. All this is a sad commentary on the state of affairs in the world economy. Rob
I complained to Mr. Gabbert when he left us a neutral feedback at, of course, ebay:
Rob, I did not expect a copy of the owners manual, which i already have. I need a manual that describes in detail the dis-assembly of the weapon, if possible. Ray Gabbert

But the advert says what we are selling is a manual, shows a picture of the outside and an inside image and describes the contents as: "Description, Cutaway Drawing, Parts list and exploded view of assembly, illustrated disassembly. Text in Spanish." which the manual includes. Will you please agree to revise your feedback? We can refund your payment if you were disappointed, it really wasn't our fault. Sincerely, Rob Mouat- No response from Mr. Gabbert

Ebay Neutral Feedback:
retroguy (ebay, of course) Come on! You ordered a Star manual, we sent you a very nice Star manual and you ding us because we sent you a Star manual. How is that fair? We have to live with your neutral for an entire year and that only encourages other copy cats to ding us for similar stuff. Please use the feedback revision link I sent you and give us a break. Thank you, Rob.... Nada, never heard from him


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Letters From Readers
Ref: Stemmler c1945 Archery Catalog - I'm interested in the page on boomerangs, can you tell more about it? Maybe a sneak preview in low quality so I have an understanding of content? thanks!  hightree! Ebay
We don't normally do this because we get scores of "just the page of..." questions, but the boomerangs are interesting and you are in the Netherlands where shipping is expensive, so here you go. We've not sold a copy of this catalog in 14 years of advertising the piece, hope you buy it. Rob
Hi Rob, Thank you for your reply and showing the page. I'm interested it but for a maximum price of $20 including shipping within the US. regards, Harold
I'm sorry, we don't negotiate prices, especially for color pieces that are very expensive to print, so if your budget won't handle $23.63 we are out of luck. Cheers, Rob - and we were, he didn't order it.
jelawr1187 ebay, Hello I am Looking for a manual for a 1943 Hungarian femaru 32cal toadpistol. I was wondering if you have a copy or possibly know of somewhere that might. Thanks an have a Great weekend, Jerry
Sorry Jerry, no, I'm afraid I can't help you. Cheers, Rob
Hi Have you got the dimensions of this booklet please. Thanks Dave -allsorts1940 (ebay)

Hello Dave, The dimensions of all our publications are clearly listed in the description of the item, just scroll down a little bit. Cheers, Rob
Cornellpubs, Hi Thanks for fast reply but I have seen 7x7 but is this in inches or mm or cm Cheers Dave -allsorts1940 (ebay)

Dave, 7" x 7", quote marks after a numeral generally indicate inches in the U.S., Rob
beemer7hrm (ebay) The XE Model AH Fox catalog-Is the fox and the rest of the picture -in color?? Thanks R Marriott

R Marriott, If you are referring to the AH Fox 1922 Gun Catalog we offer, then no, the insides are B&W. You can tell two ways, the picture of the insides is B&W and if it were to be in color, we would say “Color reprint”, not to be confused with the cover which we state as in color. Abby

ABBY: Now, to clarify further the 1922 Fox catalog: Is the front cover in color showing the fox with inscription "A fox gets the game". Thanks- R Marriott

Please look at the picture, the cover is in color and the insides are from a Xerox copy- that combo is the best we could find. Abby
Hello- My order for the Remington 1987 Catalog was not delivered. I did receive an invoice in the mail for my purchase along with another customer's invoice along with their purchase. See attached photo. My catalog however was not included in the package. Please let me know when it can be delivered. You may also want to notify the person who's catalog I received. Thank you, Brad Thompson
Thanks Brad, we’ll fix it, Abby
xxlittle_customer (ebay) Sir, Can I receive the shipment together with the Beretta M12 submachine gun manual without additional import duties? Best regards Markus brehm
Hello Marcus, I assume you a outside the US, that you bought something from us and are considering buying something else. If my assumptions are correct I can tell you that once a sale is begun at ebay there is little we can do to stop it to make changes after the item is printed and shipped. Also, if I read your email correctly, you are asking us to somehow combine two items and tell customs in your country that the value is the same for two as it is for one. We can't do that for two reasons, it isn't honest and ebay is in charge of those calculations based on the selling price of the item. Cheers, Abby
Hi Abby, My name is Gary and I was wondering if you had any pubs on the Winchester 1902 & 1904 Boys rifle if so what they cover? Thanks- Gary Drew, 
Gary, The 1904 and 1905 Winchester catalogs are your best bet, they each have both rifles (although called single shot, not "boys"). Descriptions have parts, show cutaway mechanism and operation (other years too but I didn't look to see when they stopped advertising those models). Best, Abby
Winchester 1904 June Firearms Catalog
Winchester 1905 Oct Rifle, Shotgun & Ammunition Catalog no 72
Hi,  I am curious about your Springfield Armory manual. I see you have two versions of it, one is 8 ½ x 11 and the other is 6x8. If I order the 6x8 manual, is it printed the way the original manual was? I'm not sure how to ask this.  Is the smaller one like a little book? I'll attach a pic of what the original one looks like, will it be the same? Thanks, Jeff
Springfield Armory 1911A1 Pistol Manual
Springfield Armory 1911-A1 Pistols Manual

Hi Jeff, Those are apparently two different versions of the manual for the piece. One is 32 pages and one is 64 pages. When we print, bind and trim the manual each is fairly close to the original size. The larger one is bound with a cover stock cover, the other is all paper. Best, Abby
Hi Abby, OK, I'll give the small one a try. Thanks, Jeff
Items..3 manuals
...4126 (order# 27 0865700045...ebay sale#50934 )
....786 (order# 12 08661 14238 ....ebay sales# 50935)
....4747 (order#17 08659 65544....ebay sales# 50936)
Please review these purchases ..the POSTAL amount charged for each. The email agreement was to combine the three in ONE parcel, thereby eliminating two of what seemed to me to be excessive postage cost on each  small copy..(your extra added written material possibly weighing as much as my 3 manuals!) Appreciate your cooperation. Ed Schneck
Postage on Walther - 3.63
Postage on Colt Gold Cup  6.87 REFUNDED
Postage on Feinw....... 6.87 Refund 3.50
POSTAGE Paid 6.81 by customer  Refunds: $10.37 paid by seller
We pay eBay fees and commissions on the postage paid even if we return the postage to the customer. It is impossible and hugely time-consuming to claim commissions back from ebnay so we eat it.  Most people do not know that.  eBay does not easily give you all the information in a concise way so it is almost impossible to get details on your purchases. We have our own website too and also sell at GunBroker where you can actually write to each other and make things easy to navigate.  Thanks for your purchases and we hope to see you as a customer again. Regards, Abby 
Posted 3 positive feedbacks for you just now. Ed
Thank You, Abby
Manurhin c1972 MR73 Revolvers & Manual - Crashntume (ebay) Hello. Is this shipped flat or folded? Thanks
Shipped flat, but remember, it is a reprint, not an original so it isn't a showpiece, it is a nice and useful manual. Cheers, Rob
Abby: I just purchased a copy of #3724 - la carabine d'instruction de 5,5mm MODELE 1945, Paris, FR, ¿do you also offer this manual in PDF format? Please advise. What is the shipping date on the Manual Hard Copy? Thanks, Raul Villaverde
Hello Raul, I can make you a pdf- same price as the hard copy until we launch the new website on which will offer PDF copies for less money. Should be online next month after years of work! Hard copy should mail Monday or Tuesday. Cheers, Abby
Abby: Thank you for your reply, I will wait for when you launch the new website, any way I will not get my MAS Model 45 Cal. 22 rifle until next month!, I will look for other Manuals in your website. Raul
Winchester Model 37 Complete Takedown Manual, Thanks very much. This is an excellent manual. The reproduction is amazing. I know I'll be ordering more in the future. James Paty
Respected, can you send me a catalog in pdf format which contains the Russian old semi-automatic MC 21-12, I tried to find on your site but I failed and it is the famous semi-automatic old Russian, it's my rifle produced by Tula Toz and TsKIB SOO, please and I would be very grateful to you. Greetings to you, RELJA
Hello Relja, I do not know if we have the manual you want, I don’t read Cyrillic, but we have a load of old Russian manuals listed alphabetically under "Russian". We do not ship outside the U.S.. If you can find the manual you want on our website, please buy it and send me a note to send you the pdf version. Best wishes, Abby
302brett1234 (ebay) Do you have a catalog with LC Smith double barrel shotgun with oak leaves on the engraving I inherited my grandfathers LC Smith at one we used to go hunting with. If you have anything like that or if you need more information like the serial number I can send you that . Sign Garry Hall.
Gary, I don't know that we can research the engraving on your gun but we do have serial number and year of manufacture information so you can purchase a sales catalog from around that date from us. So, send us the number and we will see what we can do for you. Cheers, Rob for cornellpubs
Remington 1908 Firearms Catalog - Seller, Does this catalog show the 1858 new army or the revolving 6 shot Carbine "catleman rifle" percussion gun's? -spi.usa (ebay)
Seller, Does this catalog show the 1858 new army or the revolving 6 shot Carbine " catleman rifle" percussion gun's?
spi… No, I believe both were long out of production by 1908. The revolving rifle was in the 1877 catalog we reprint and the earlier catalogs we offer carried only cartridge firearms of the year of the catalog. Please note that each catalog we reprint has an index of contents. Remington 1877 E. & Sons - Rifles, Shot-Guns, and Pistols, Rob
Cornellpubs, Hi, I have just purchased an Otis A Smith hammerless revolver. Does this catalog contain info about it? Can you point me in the direction of finding info? Thanks JP -parsonsj3thw (ebay)
JP, There are a couple of hammerless revolvers in the catalog you referenced in your note to us so, that is the best option we can offer. Cheers, Rob for cornellpubs
Bgnut (ebay) Hi - My two copies are very well done, thank you! I have the habit of making a binder with sheet protectors of all the information I can find on each gun I own. That's why I ordered two copies. Is there a safe way to bind one of them so the pages can go in the binder? I'd guess either slicing a tiny bit off the bound edge, or warming it with a hair dryer? I promise to keep one copy nice!
BGNUT- Hmmm, well, the tape is heat bound so heating it would release the inside pages. I'd think a steam iron (with the steam function off) would do the trick but perhaps a hairdryer. How about an iron skillet heated on the stove? I wish I had known, I would have sent it unbound. Good luck Rob
Rob - No problem, I figured they were already made up and ready to go. I think I'll keep them as is, in the back pocket of the binder. Tim
Hi Tim, We reprint over 6000 titles, about 3500 of them on ebay, just two of us, so we print to order. Cheers, Rob
Cornellpubs, Hi there I was wondering if you have any small catalogs or leaflets re CG Bonehill guns as this is a little expensive for I only want something to show in my collection of things I have of the Bonehills this being part of my Grandmothers family. It would be much appreciated. If not I will have to reconsider if to buy this or not . Thank You in advance , awaiting reply. -alfredbear2009 (ebay)
Well, the 1900 Bonehill is a few bucks cheaper ($14).
Ward's Western Field Repeating Shotgun Manual - Cornellpubs, Does this have any maintenance photos exploded views on how to disassemble? Or parts list? -swin_8939 (ebay)
swin… Not really, it has operation instructions, a flat parts plan and a parts list. Rob for cornellpubs
Oh Rob, You really out did yourself with this one! When you and Abby collect all these (stupid questions-ed) together and put them in book form please let me know. It’ll be a best seller. ( uh…but don’t sell ‘em on eBay) Regards, Mike
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Colt 1989 Double Eagle Manual- 40 pages, about 6" x 8", glossy soft-cover in full color. New re-print restored and digitally enhanced from a nice original. Printed on high quality 20# 97 bright acid free paper. Fully Illustrated".
Pheonixandgriffin (Ebay) - NOT REALLY UNDERSTANDING. WHAT this is. (sorry for caps) is this a new copy ?
Pheonixandgriffin, I'm sorry if this is confusing. We reprint old gun catalogs and manuals... "40 pages, about 6" x 8", glossy soft-cover in full color. New re-print restored and digitally enhanced from a nice original. Printed on high quality 20# 97 bright acid free paper. Fully Illustrated." Rob for cornellpubs” 
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