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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



CHAPTER 1:

Birmingham 1800–1900

CHAPTER 2:

Turn of the Century – The New Automatics

CHAPTER 3:

1903 Webley & Scott Experimental Automatic Pistol

CHAPTER 4:

The .455 Calibre Model of 1904 and the 
Troubled Years of 1904/5

CHAPTER 5:

The .45-inch Model 1906 Self-Loading Pistol

CHAPTER 6:

.455-inch Mark I |N|

CHAPTER 7:

.455-inch Royal Horse Artillery Model

CHAPTER 8:

.455 High Velocity Automatic Pistol – 
Navy and Military Model

CHAPTER 9:

War-time Use of the Webley & Scott .455 Mark I |N| 
and R.H.A. Models

CHAPTER 10:

.38 ACP Pistols – Model 1904 and 
.38 Calibre Military Models

CHAPTER 11:

9mm Automatic – 1908

CHAPTER 12:

9mm New Military & Police Model (African Model)

CHAPTER 13:

9mm Parabellum High Power Automatic Pistol

CHAPTER 14:

.380 Calibre Automatic Pistol

CHAPTER 15:

.32 Calibre Automatic Pistol – Model 1906

CHAPTER 16:

.32 Calibre Pistol – Model 1908 – Standard Model

CHAPTER 17:

.32 Calibre Model MP – 
The Metropolitan Police and Their Pistols

CHAPTER 18:

.32 Calibre Automatic Pistol – 
Improved Model – (Model 21)

CHAPTER 19:

.32 Calibre Humane Killer

CHAPTER 20:

6.35mm Automatic Pistol – Hammer Model

CHAPTER 21:

6.35mm Hammerless Model Automatic Pistol – 
1912 Pocket Hammerless

CHAPTER 22:

.22 Calibre Semi-Automatic Target Pistol – Model 1911

CHAPTER 23:

Worcester, Massachusetts 1800–1939

CHAPTER 24:

Harrington & Richardson Self-Loading Pistol – 
Calibre .25 (6.35 mm)

CHAPTER 25:

Harrington & Richardson Self-Loading Pistol – 
Calibre .32 (7.65 mm)

CHAPTER 26:

Proof Marks, Stampings, and Serial Numbers

CHAPTER 27:

Machines, Materials, and Methods

CHAPTER 28:

Cartridges


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