Impressum Media just announced the publication of the 10th edition of the Firearms Guide, the world's most complete guide on modern and antique, civilian and military firearms and ammunition, constantly up-to-date and complete with technical specs, high resolution pictures, values, and so much more!
Like every October since 2009, the new edition of the Firearms Guide on-line database has been released by the LA-based Impressum Media company. Ever since its first launch, the Firearms Guide has been a reference point for enthusiasts, firearms industry and trade operators, forensics and ballistics experts, collectors and much more all through the world.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Firearms Guide, and the 10th edition is set to be the most complete edition yet.
Joining high-quality pictures and extremely accurate technical specs sheets concerning over 75,000 modern and antique civilian and military-grade firearms offered by 1200 manufacturers from 55 Countries, the 10th edition of the Firearms Guide features a separate guide to ammunition which enables the users to confront specs and features between different calibers and loads and to compare US and European specifications – a must-have for reloaders and ballistics enthusiasts.
The Firearms Guide also offers up to 13,000 printable blueprints, schematics and manuals – a true godsend for end users, gunsmiths, and forensic experts.
A finely tuned internal search engine offers up to 14 different search criterias that users can select to obtain search results more accurate than any free-of-charge on-line database or search engine could offer. For each featured firearm, up to twelve high-resolution pictures are available – up to 4000x1240 pixel.
To facilitate the work of other industry and trade professionals – collectors, gun shop owners, auction companies – a gun value guide is also featured, presenting antique and modern guns with gun values online based off of condition ratings, 100% to 30%.
First-time users and others who aren't familiar with the Firearms Guide or other similar on-line databases will be pleased to know that the Firearms Guide also features tutorial videos to instruct users on how to navigate, save and print any concents of interest. The Firearms Guide is updated twenty-six times per year, to ensure users to have always at their fingertips a guide that is always up to date with the latest products and market trends.
Last, but not least, the Firearms Guide offers a collection of 650 different printable targets, ranging from animal and human silhouettes, down to tactical and defensive shooting or long-range training targets – including modern classics such as zombies.
The Firearms Guide can be subscribed to and accessed worldwide, with credit cards and other electronic means of payment readily accepted. The price for a yearly subscription is set at $29.95, and bundles with USB keys for round-the-clock, on-the-go availability are available. For the younger generation that is involved in hunting and shooting sports, activations cards are also available as a gift/incentive for any shooting club or organization, and as a countertop product for gun shops.
Once again, the Firearms Guide shows that free-of-charge databases currently available can still not match the level of quality, accuracy and completeness offered by professional services. The Firearms Guide offers an exhaustive, thorough guide to the world of firearms that will suit the needs of both experts and enthusiasts, civilians and professionals alike, at a price that will not break the bank and with no hidden additional fees nor automatic renewals.