The Colt Heritage (Book Review)

Scheck, George F.
November 1979
Library Journal;11/1/1979, Vol. 104 Issue 19, p2342
Book Review
Reviews the book 'The Colt Heritage: The Official History of Colt Firearms, 1826-Present,' by R.L. Wilson.


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