365 Guns You Must Shoot

365 Guns You Must Shoot by T J Mullin

The Most Sublime, Weird, and Outrageous Guns Ever

Format: Paperback / softback, 320 Pages
ISBN: 9780760347577
Publisher: Zenith Press
Series: 365
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The closest you can come to 365 of the most iconic guns in the world without actually shooting them!

This fully illustrated collection of the 365 most iconic guns in world history that collectors, enthusiasts, and serious-minded hobbyists would love to shoot if given the chance is unique, complete, and spellbinding. T. J. Mullin, a prolific and well-regarded gun writer and expert on all types of guns, profiles top handguns and rifles, some common and some unique, and contextualizes them with period and modern photographs, situates them in proper historical context, and then provides unique specifications for each one. Don't miss this entertaining presentation of a the world's most unique guns!

Timothy J. Mullin is a former infantry officer in the US Army and deputy US marshall. He is a lifelong gun lover and fervent defender of the Second Amendment. His well-regarded series on combat weapons also includes volumes on handguns and rifles. He currently practices law in St. Louis, Missouri.

Format: Paperback / softback, 320 Pages
ISBN: 9780760347577
Series: 365
Illustrations: 248 color & 137 b-w photos
Size: 6.5 in x 8.25 in x 1 in / 165.1 mm x 209.55 mm x 25.4 mm

"Indeed, the physical quality of 365 Guns is exceptional, with heavy, semi-gloss pages featuring a mix of quality original photography-including photos of the author himself shooting the guns-alongside historical photographs placing the weapons in context. The book's cover price of $22.99 can be therefore be justified by what you get in its 320 pages from Zenith Press before even opening." - Guns.com

"OK, let's cut to the chase, 365 Guns You Must Shoot: The Most Sublime, Weird, and Outrageous Guns Ever is one hell of a fun book. The provocative title had me from the get-go. I have to say that I had never before thought about wanting to shoot a different firearm each day of the year, but thanks to this book's title, now I can't get that thought out of my mind. While I will never have the opportunity to make a reality a dream that I heretofore never knew I had, author T.J. Mullin has stepped into the breach and provided an engaging, perceptive, and thoroughly enjoyable chapter-and-verse firing analysis of a year's worth of weapons." - Defense Media Network