7.62mm L1A1 & C1 F.A.L.
Soft cover, 11¾ x 8¼ in., 48 pp, over 60 illust.,
photos & assembly drawings, durable thread binding, plastic
laminated covers, 2001. ISBN 0 949749 29 X.
The 7.62mm NATO British, Australian
and Canadian inch-system FN FAL rifles and accessories described
and compared, with armourer's drawings. The South African metric
R1 and Indian 7.62mm 1A FAL rifle equivalents are also brought
into this authoritative comparison. (SAIS
The BROAD ARROW
11 x 8¾ in., 140 pp, circa 80 illust., 2001. ISBN 0 949749
British & Empire Factory Production,
Proof, Inspection, Armourers, Unit & Issue Markings. Thousands
of service markings are illustrated and their applications described.
Invaluable reference on units, also ideal for medal collectors.
SLR- AUSTRALIAS FN
Skennerton & Balmer
Hard & soft cover editions, 9½ x 6 in., 122 pages,
200 illustrations, hard cover edition w/ dust jacket, 1989. ISBN
0 949749 13 3.
The 7.62mm L1A1 was made in Britain,
Canada and Australia with interchangeable parts and accessories
under NATO. Auto, target & experimental models, Australian
fittings & accessories are detailed. Appendix includes a
full serial number dispersion list.
Australian Load Carrying Equipment of British,
American & Local Origin
Hard cover with dust jacket, 11 x 8½ in., 128 pp, approx
250 illust. plus 8-page full colour illust. section. ISBN 0 646
35322 5, 1998.
The pouches, sling, haversacks, leather
& webbing, bandoliers, frogs, &c. from early Colonial
days to current issues and into the future. Includes NATO stock
The FAL Rifle
|R Blake Stavens
Collector Grade Publications, Deluxe Classic Edition, 848 pages,
844 illustrations, 1993
Our first purpose-printed, Library-quality upgrade of this material.
Contains every word originally published in the 3-volume FAL
North American FALs
NATO's Search for a Standard Rifle
R Blake Stavens
Grade Publications, 11 x 8½ in, 166 pp, 206 illustrations,
1979. ISBN .
The development of the now-defunct Canadian
Arsenals Limited (CAL) inch-measurement C1 and C2 rifles (later
modified to C1A1 and C2A1 configuration) and the short-lived
US T48, as made by FN and two old-line US gun companies, (both
also now defunct), High Standard and H&R. Notes on all models,
The Metric FAL-the Free World's
R Blake Stevens and Jean Van Rutten
Collector Grade Publications, Soft cover, 11 x 8½
in, 372 pp, 206 illustrations, 1981. ISBN 0-88935-005-1.
From prototype No 1 (in 7.92 x 33 mm
kurz calibre) to the latest PARA, HBAR (FALO) and LAR, this is
the complete story of the FAL rifle as manufactured (under the
metric system) by Belgium's famous Fabrique Nationale Herstal
(FN) and FN's licensed (Metric) producers around the world. Contains
priceless archival material on all FAL prototypes plus other
experimentals, accessories, and cartridge development. The FAL
Rifle concludes with the comprehensive FAL Series Index to all
US Rifle M14 - From John
Garand to the M21
|R Blake Stevens
Collector Grade Publications, Soft cover, 11 x 8½ in,
352 pages, 246 illustrations, Revised Second Edition, 1991 NS
The definitive study of the last, true lock, stock, and barrel
'T' US battle rifle, US Rifle M14 spans the fateful postwar era
of the decline of Army Ordnance as the arbiter of US small arms
development. The story begins with an in-depth examination of
wartime modifications to the M1 rifle (M1E1 - M1E14) and the
original Garand-based "T" series (T20, T20E1, T20E2;
T22, T22E1, T22E2; and T27). Then the rest of the T series (T28;
T31; T33; T35; T36; T37; T25; T47; T44, T44E1 - T44E6). The adoption
of the T44E4 as the M14 in 1957; scopes, silencers, and folding
stocks; the M14 in Vietnam. Now with more information on the
latest USAMTU modifications which transform the M14 into the