One Hundred Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956

onehundredyrsThis first and only definitive work completely devoted to Winchester cartridge boxes is a worthy reference.

With more than 1,100 full color photographs, the chronological study covers all the calibers for which Winchester commercially catalogued their rifles—from the Volcanic up to the end of the ammunition production at the New Haven, Connecticut, plant in 1956. Complete with rarity and price guides, this tome should prove invaluable in identifying, dating and otherwise cataloguing cartridges and cartridge boxes for a variety of firearms chambered in Winchester calibers. —Phil Spangenberger

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