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      1911: The First 100 Years By Patrick Sweeney
      Amazon.com: 1911: The First 100 Years, 2nd Edition eBook : Wilson, Patrick Sweeney: Kindle Store




      The Gun Digest Book Of The 1911: A Complete look At The Use, Care & Repair of the 1911 Pistol, Vol. 2 by Patrick Sweeney

      GUN DIGEST BOOK OF THE 1911, vol. 1

      Amazon.com: The Gun Digest Book of the 1911: A Complete Look at the Use, Care & Repair of the 1911 Pistol, Vol. 1: 9780873492812: Sweeney, Patrick: Books

      The Custom Government Model Pistol by Layne Simpson

      The Government Models: The Development of the Colt Model of 1911 by William H. Goddard

      The Model 1911 and Model 1911A1 Military and Commercial Pistols by Joe Poyer

      Jerry Kuhnhausen SHOP MANUALS/BOOKS

      JERRY KUHNHAUSEN THE U.S. M1911/M1911A1 PISTOLS A SHOP MANUAL


      Model 1911 Automatic Pistol by Robert Campbell

      .45 Pistol M1911A1 Assembly, Disassembly Manual by Skennerton and Riling


      Tactical 1911: The Street Cop's And SWAT Operator's Guide To Employment And Maintenance by Dave M. Lauck

      The Book of Two Guns: The Martial Art of the 1911 Pistol and AR Carbine by Tiger McKee

      Collector's Guide to Colt .45 Service Pistols: Models of 1911 and 1911a1: From 1911 to the End of Production in 1945: Complete Military Identification by Charles W. Clawson

      The Colt 1911 Automatic Pistol: Its Predecessor and Variations by Larry Hacker

      Combat customizing the 1911 auto: As done by the pistolsmiths of Wilson's Gun Shop by Bill Wilson

      Living With the 1911: A Fresh Look at the Fighting Gun by Robert H. Boatman

      Powerhouse Pistols: The Colt 1911 and Browning Hi Power Sourcebook by Duncan Long

      Manual of the Automatic Pistol Caliber .45 Model of 1911 by American Expeditionary Forces, France General Headquarters

      Dan Wesson 1911 pistols: these ain't your daddy's wheelguns.: An article from: Guns Magazine by Charles E. Petty

      Powerhouse Pistols: The Colt 1911 and Browning Hi Power Sourcebook by Duncan Long

      Practically Speaking: An Illustrated Guide; the Game, Guns and Gear of the International Defensive Pistol Association by Walt Rauch

      Pistol, Caliber .45, Automatic, M1911 Technical Manual by Department of the Army

      The Shooter's Guide to the 1911 Pattern Pistol

      Know Your .45 Auto Pistols Models 1911&A1 by E.J. Hoffschmidt

      MANUAL OF THE AUTOMATIC PISTOL, CALIBER .45, MODEL OF 1911 by U.S. Department of War



      Collectors Guide to Colt .45 Service Pistols, Models of 1911 and 1911A1 Enlarged and revised edition 2003 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of M1911/M1911A1 pistols, and is a subset of the larger more comprehensive text below, but contains most of the information needed to become an instant expert on these fine pistols. This book is now out of print but can often be found online (eBay, Amazon, etc.).

      Colt .45 Service Pistols, Models of 1911 and 1911A1
      There are two printings of this book, 1991 and the updated 1993 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of M1911/M1911A1 pistols, and contains most of the information needed to become an expert on these fine pistols. This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      Colt .45 Government Models, Commercial Series 1996 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of Government Models This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      U.S. Military Automatic Pistols, 1894 - 1920 by Edward S. Meadows. This excellent book covers only the M1911 pistol. No substantial information or data is presented about the M1911A1, yet the quality of presentation and new information provided on the M1911 makes this book indispensable to the collector. It is written in a different format than the books by Clawson, but presents most of the relevant information contained in Clawson's books on the M1911. This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      The Government Models by William H.D. Goddard. This book contains a number of excellent pictures as well as a fairly extensive list of selected shipping records. The information and data presented in this book is otherwise rather thin, sparse, and rather dated. In print.

      The Model 1911 and Model 1911A1 Military and Commercial Pistols by Joe Poyer, published by North Cape Publications (www.northcapepubs.com). A thick soft-cover collector's guide covering most military and commercial variations of the Colt 1911-type pistol, with primary focus being on the USGI guns. In print.
       
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      1911: The First 100 Years By Patrick Sweeney
      Amazon.com: 1911: The First 100 Years, 2nd Edition eBook : Wilson, Patrick Sweeney: Kindle Store




      The Gun Digest Book Of The 1911: A Complete look At The Use, Care & Repair of the 1911 Pistol, Vol. 2 by Patrick Sweeney

      GUN DIGEST BOOK OF THE 1911, vol. 1

      Amazon.com: The Gun Digest Book of the 1911: A Complete Look at the Use, Care & Repair of the 1911 Pistol, Vol. 1: 9780873492812: Sweeney, Patrick: Books

      The Custom Government Model Pistol by Layne Simpson

      The Government Models: The Development of the Colt Model of 1911 by William H. Goddard

      The Model 1911 and Model 1911A1 Military and Commercial Pistols by Joe Poyer

      Jerry Kuhnhausen SHOP MANUALS/BOOKS

      JERRY KUHNHAUSEN THE U.S. M1911/M1911A1 PISTOLS A SHOP MANUAL


      Model 1911 Automatic Pistol by Robert Campbell

      .45 Pistol M1911A1 Assembly, Disassembly Manual by Skennerton and Riling


      Tactical 1911: The Street Cop's And SWAT Operator's Guide To Employment And Maintenance by Dave M. Lauck

      The Book of Two Guns: The Martial Art of the 1911 Pistol and AR Carbine by Tiger McKee

      Collector's Guide to Colt .45 Service Pistols: Models of 1911 and 1911a1: From 1911 to the End of Production in 1945: Complete Military Identification by Charles W. Clawson

      The Colt 1911 Automatic Pistol: Its Predecessor and Variations by Larry Hacker

      Combat customizing the 1911 auto: As done by the pistolsmiths of Wilson's Gun Shop by Bill Wilson

      Living With the 1911: A Fresh Look at the Fighting Gun by Robert H. Boatman

      Powerhouse Pistols: The Colt 1911 and Browning Hi Power Sourcebook by Duncan Long

      Manual of the Automatic Pistol Caliber .45 Model of 1911 by American Expeditionary Forces, France General Headquarters

      Dan Wesson 1911 pistols: these ain't your daddy's wheelguns.: An article from: Guns Magazine by Charles E. Petty

      Powerhouse Pistols: The Colt 1911 and Browning Hi Power Sourcebook by Duncan Long

      Practically Speaking: An Illustrated Guide; the Game, Guns and Gear of the International Defensive Pistol Association by Walt Rauch

      Pistol, Caliber .45, Automatic, M1911 Technical Manual by Department of the Army

      The Shooter's Guide to the 1911 Pattern Pistol

      Know Your .45 Auto Pistols Models 1911&A1 by E.J. Hoffschmidt

      MANUAL OF THE AUTOMATIC PISTOL, CALIBER .45, MODEL OF 1911 by U.S. Department of War



      Collectors Guide to Colt .45 Service Pistols, Models of 1911 and 1911A1 Enlarged and revised edition 2003 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of M1911/M1911A1 pistols, and is a subset of the larger more comprehensive text below, but contains most of the information needed to become an instant expert on these fine pistols. This book is now out of print but can often be found online (eBay, Amazon, etc.).

      Colt .45 Service Pistols, Models of 1911 and 1911A1
      There are two printings of this book, 1991 and the updated 1993 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of M1911/M1911A1 pistols, and contains most of the information needed to become an expert on these fine pistols. This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      Colt .45 Government Models, Commercial Series 1996 By Charles W. Clawson. This book is the required text for any serious collectors of Government Models This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      U.S. Military Automatic Pistols, 1894 - 1920 by Edward S. Meadows. This excellent book covers only the M1911 pistol. No substantial information or data is presented about the M1911A1, yet the quality of presentation and new information provided on the M1911 makes this book indispensable to the collector. It is written in a different format than the books by Clawson, but presents most of the relevant information contained in Clawson's books on the M1911. This book is out of print, however it is occasionally found on some of the On-Line Auctions. It also might be found through some of the Out of Print book sellers.

      The Government Models by William H.D. Goddard. This book contains a number of excellent pictures as well as a fairly extensive list of selected shipping records. The information and data presented in this book is otherwise rather thin, sparse, and rather dated. In print. You can learn more here on a resource with satire essay samples for students.

      The Model 1911 and Model 1911A1 Military and Commercial Pistols by Joe Poyer, published by North Cape Publications (www.northcapepubs.com). A thick soft-cover collector's guide covering most military and commercial variations of the Colt 1911-type pistol, with primary focus being on the USGI guns. In print.
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