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BREN GUN SAGA (THE) - NEW MINT CONDITION


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Artikelcode: 1800188



BREN GUN SAGA (THE) - NEW MINT CONDITION




Artikelnummer: 1800188
27-5-2015: THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY NEW COPY - MINT CONDITION !!! VERY RARE - Offered at Amazon in used condition for prices up to US$ 772,00 !!

Auteur : DUGELBY T The story and development of the Bren Gun /the finest light machinegun ever made. From its inception in Czechoslovakia / the Brens of WW-II to today's 7.62 mm NATO and postwar Czech designs. Plus copies / clones and offshoots from around the world. Illustrated. 
Publisher: Collector Grade Publications; Revised, expanded edition. 
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Impossible to improve, honestly.By Space and Time, KY on May 13, 2012 
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase 
I'm not the type to give a book 5 stars, but this one deserves it for sure. Covering everything from pre-war Czech development to postwar conversions, this book is the encyclopedia of the Bren gun and its variants. Filled with illustrations, there isn't a single design facet that I can find as having been left out.

Especially interesting to me are the manufacturing pictures, showing the steps that a solid block of steel took to become a Bren receiver. Similar pictures are shown for each of the guns major components, something that I feel adds a great deal to the reading experience. While some Collector Grade books are hard to read, due to formatting, that is not an issue with the one. Everything is logically set up, and pleasing to the eye. The book does lack an index, for some reason, but a very well set up table of contents goes a long way towards rectifying this. The book is well bound out of quality paper, and will last a lifetime.
I only wish that all firearms publications were this well done, but until they are, this book will shine out as an incredible jewel. If you have even a passing interest in the Bren, grab this book. 


Historically complete, yet disappointingBy Diogenes on September 16, 2013 
Format: Hardcover 
Immense amount of technical and historical detail about the Bren guns. Yet little information or hands-on details on its use. Also no mention of the South African/Lyttleton Brens, which were an interesting variant. 




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