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Lithgow's Small Arms Factory and it's People (Vol 1: 1907 - 1950 & Vol 2: 1950 - 1990)
by Tony Griffiths.
Soft cover, 448 pages & 360 pages
A comprehensive history of Lithgow's Small Arms Factory. Not only about guns but also the industrial and social effort needed
to make them. Also deals with Lithgow's relationship with the iconic factory.
$30.00 per volume
approx 650g per volume
Lithgow Small Arms Factory - A History in Photographs
Published by Lithgow SAF Museum
A4 booklet, soft cover, 64 pages
Themes include early production sections and employees, women workers, commercial manufacture, industrial matters, the feeder factories, modernisation,
and the connections between the Factory and the community.
The Enfield Inch & The Lithgow .303
A tale of metrology from Australian firearm folklaw.
By Tony Griffiths
Soft cover, 86 pages.
The story behind a pedantic British measurement system and its failings make an intriguing tale of engineering and measurement in a straight-forward
way that renders it both interesting and easily understandable to the non-technical reader.
An Industrial Invasion
Australian Civilian Volunteers in British Factories 1916 - 1920
By Tony Griffiths
Soft cover, 134 pages.
The story of Australian civilian men who volunteered to go and work in British factories during WWI, an effort Winston Churchill called
‘An Industrial Invasion’.
$25.00 (Few left)
Tony Griffiths book bundle
Includes 4 books by Tony Griffiths
'Lithgow's Small Arms Factory & it's People' Vols 1 & 2, 'The Enfield Inch & the Lithgow .303' and 'An Industrial Invasion, Australian Civilian Volunteers
in British Factories 1916 - 1920'.
$95.00 (Few left)
Arms Cavalcade - Special SAF Centenary Edition
Journal of the Australian Antique Arms Collector's Society
Glossy magazine, 24 pages.
Special edition to commemorate the centenary of Lithgow Small Arms Factory. Contains artistic photographs of some of the rarer items in the Museum collection
and a short factory history.
.380 Enfield No. 2 Revolver
By Mark Stamps & Ian Skennerton
Hard & soft covers, 126 pages.
British service revolvers were made by contractors, primarily Webley. But in the 1920s, RSAF production began and variants introduced; World War 2
production was farmed out to Scotland’s Albion works. A few were made by HAC in NSW, Australia during World War 2 as well.
Soft cover $22.00, Hard cover $33.00
$8.50 (Few left. Out of print.)
Soft approx 280g, Hard approx 400g
Identification Handbook of British Grenades
By Rick Landers
Soft cover, 48 pages.
A precis of 'Grenade: British and Commonwealth Hand and Rifle Grenades', intended as a ready reference manual for easy indentification of all grenades in
the British 'numerical series'. It covers Grenades No.1 to No.95 with accompanying text, specifications, illustrations and photos.
$21.00 (Few left)
By DP&G Publications
Soft cover booklets.
The notes of talks given at the Imperial United Services and other organisations by prominent experts during the mid to late 1800's.
Price: $18.00 ea (Few left of all titles)
Weight: approx 125g
The Progress of Breech-loading Small Arms C1875
, By John Latham Revolvers and their Use C.1886
, By Major H E C Kitchener, D C L I
Gunlocks & their History C.1859
, By Mr Robert Pritchett Early Breech-loaders
, By Mr John Latham
DVD - Sydney At War
By Ronin Films
Runtime 52 mins
At midnight on Sunday May 31, 1942, three Japanese midget submarines broke through Sydney Harbour's defences and launched a surprise attack on an
ill-prepared city. During that night of confusion and violence, 21 Australian and 6 Japanese service personnel lost their lives.
This DVD recounts the events of that fateful night.