A colleague was cleaning out her parent’s estate and found a box with a lot of loose pages from Eugene Scranton’s Small Arms Ammunition Identification Manual Color Coded Bullet. It appears the pages were originally in loose leaf binders. There are several volumes and part of the appendix. There were also some pages that appear to be a preface or introduction.
The problem is that I cannot figure out how much of it is missing. There are clearly some pages that are not there but the numbering system makes it hard when there are several pages with the same prefix (e.g. 2, 2.1, 2.2 etc). There is even a page numbered “.5”.
Does anyone have a contents page? Looking at the various volumes, I don’t think each volume had one but there may have been one for the set. It looks like quite a useful resource and I’d be interested in seeing how complete it is. Looked online but nothing of use came up in my searches.