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     The WorldWide Blues, Co.
               "W h e r e  H i s t o r y  M e e t s  A r t"
Firearms 
The combination of prints that are offered for anyone interested in guns and firearms is truely outstanding.  Vintage drawings and more modern illustrations assure a range of choices for collectors and shooters alike!
Here is one of our most remarkable and popular prints!  A stunning cutaway view of a .45 caliber automatic pistol.  This was the sidearm of choice for our troops throughout the First and Second World Wars.  The power and reliability of this handgun continue to make it an all time favorite and respected fiream.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
Size 16"x20"   $25.00  Item # P-110
Size 8.5"x11"  $11.00 Item # P-110-B
Here it is, the classc Model 1871 Long Gatling Gun.  A wonderful blueprint that is a must have.  Invented by Richard Jordan Gatling this .50 caliber gun is shown mounted on a U.S. Navy landing carriage.  This is the gun that shaped the West and was the precursor of the modern machine gun.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
Size 16"x20"     $25.00   Item # G-5
This print is a copy of an 1856 drawing filed with the U.S. Patent Office by W.M. Storm.  Profile and cross section views are shown with all details clearly and precisely drawn.  A wonderful print for any firearms enthusiast or collector.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
Size 16"x20"   $25.00 Item # P-109
Size 8.5"x11"  $11.00 Item # P-109-B
Exploded view of a double action revolver showing all component parts in relation to one another.  Printed on our highest quality paper, this radiant drawing is ideal for classroom firearm instruction or perfect for any firearms collector.

Size 16"x20'   $25.00  Item # P-108
Size 8.5"x11"  $11.00  Item # P-108-B
Here's an instructional blueprint of the French MAS 1938 Submachine Gun.  This outstanding print clearly shows a cutaway profile view with all parts identified and labeled.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
Size 16"x20"    $25.00   Item # G-4
.45 Caliber Gov't Auto
Gatling Gun
French MAS Submachine Gun
Revolver
1856 Breech Loading Firearm
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Est. 1997