Firearms Guide Publishes 10th Edition – 13,000 Gun Schematics

    Firearms Guide Flash Drive.

    Firearms Guide Flash Drive. Via:

    Impressum Media just released the latest edition of their gun encyclopaedia, the Firearms Guide. It looks to be a handy source of data that sometimes may be hard to retrieve, in a format more practical, and easily updated, than a 500 pages book.

    Here below the full press release:

    New 10th Edition Firearms Guide comes with 13,000 printable gun schematics & manuals!

    Impressum Media Inc., Los Angeles, CA – October 2019 –, the favorite online source for gun schematics, specs and values now with its’ 10th Edition offers complete original printable gun manuals.

    “By adding thousands and thousands of printable, original antique and modern gun manuals we are knocking it out of the ball park with the new 10th Edition” says Chris Mijic, publisher of “Gunsmiths enjoy hi-resolution printable gun schematics and blueprints on so they will appreciate being able to get and print out original gun manuals for their antique guns. Checking values of those antique guns with Firearms Guide is a huge plus too.”

    Published since 2009 for shooting industry professionals and gun enthusiasts, with its new 10th Edition Firearms Guide is:

    1. A Reference Guide that presents over 75,000 antique and modern firearms, air guns and ammunition from 1,200 manufacturers worldwide
    2. A Gun Value Guide that presents antique and modern guns with gun values online based off of the 100% – 30% condition ratings
    3. A Gun Schematics, Blueprints & Manuals Library with 13,000 printable hi-res gun schematics, blueprints & manuals for all types of antique and modern guns
    Firearms Guide countertop product.

    Firearms Guide Flash Drive Package. Via:

    The new 10th Edition it enables deep, complex searches of antique and modern guns (from black powder muskets to 2019 submachine guns) and side by side comparisons of search results. Guns are cross-referenced with the ammunition database. Guns and ammo are presented with prices, tech-specifications, features, ballistic and up to 12 high-resolution zoom able color pictures (up to 4000 x 1240).  Now with over 13,000 printable gun schematics, blueprints and original gun manuals for antique and modern guns Firearms Guide 10th Edition is great 27/4 help for any professional gunsmith or gun enthusiast who wants to repair any gun or air gun. With just click or two you can find, zoom in on your screen and then print out manual, schematic, blueprint or parts list for 13,000 antique and modern guns, both civilian and military guns.

    BETTER THAN GOOGLE: By combining up to 14 search criteria you can perform simple or complex searches that you cannot do with Google and get instant and precise search result every time. For example, if you type in Google “polymer frame pistol in 9mm” your search result is 482,000 web pages. The same search in Firearms Guide will bring up 400 relevant pistols. Then you can find their tech specs, values, features or super high-resolution pictures that are one of best tools for gun model identification.

    “For the younger generation that should be involved in hunting and shooting sports we developed Firearms Guide Flash Drive & Online Combo. The Flash & Online Combo is a modern form of modern digital firearms literature; but also a great countertop product for gun shops to sell to their younger buyers ” says Chris Mijic, publisher of Firearms Guide.

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    About Impressum Media Inc.

    Impressum Media Inc., founded in 2009 in Los Angeles, California is the publisher of the Firearms Guide series of digital firearms, air guns & ammunition reference & value guides for gun enthusiasts and industry professionals.

    All options of purchase are available on the Firearms Guide website, starting from $29.95 for an annual subscription. The Flash Drive + Subscription combination ($59.95) sounds like a clever way to make shop goers aware of the product, although maybe it would not appeal as much the younger generations as mentioned above. Maybe this feeling is because of the outdated Windows and Mac logos, which make the packaging look a decade or so old. Surely some folks may appreciate a discreet offline version, away from prying eyes.

    Giorgio O

    Italian firearm enthusiast now living in an even more restrictive country, Giorgio has a passion for innovative or plainly unusual mechanical solutions. He’s also interested in manufacturing technologies with a recent focus on additive manufacturing.

    You can contact him at giorgio_o at zoho dot com and you’ll find him in the comments section as Giolli Joker.