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                     Colt Python, 4 Inch Nickel with Box, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                PRICE:  $3,500
Lightly used Colt Python fitted with a 4 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, full nickel plated, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  The gun is also fitted with a red-ramp front sight and a white out-line rear sight, apparently professionally fitted by a gunsmith.  It retains all of its original nickel finish, with assorted very minor surface scratching and a turn line on the cylinder, due to handling.  The grips are in very fine condition, again with assorted minor handling marks, mostly on the butt.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up and perfect timing.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, which is is very fine condition.  Sorry, no paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Python.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-547

                     Colt 1911A1 Model O Series 70, Cal. .45 ACP                                                                 PRICE:  $1,300
The Colt 1911A1 Model O Series 70 was made from 2003 to 2009, with approximately 4,400 manufactured.  The 1911 pistols were a accurate reproduction of a Model 1911 U.S. ARMY military sidearm, were fitted with a 5 inch barrel, original style checkered walnut grips, 7-shot magazine, carbonia blue finish, original WWI roll marks, original style packaging, and were chambered in .45 ACP.  This pistol is as described and comes with its original packaging as purchased when new.  It has been shot and has a few very minor handling marks.  There are a couple of small areas of flaking, of the blue finish, on the top and left side of the slide.  If you have ever wanted one of these to shoot, here is your chance.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1911A1 Model O Series 70.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-

                     Ruger Red Label, 20 gauge Over / Under Shotgun                                                         PRICE:                       SOLD
1980 vintage Ruger Red Label O/U 20 Gauge Shotgun in excellent original condition.  The gun is fitted with 26 inch vent rib barrels choked mod/imp. cyl., auto ejectors, single select trigger, and checkered pistol grip walnut stock and forearm.  It retains 99% of its original blue finish and the stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with minor handling marks and a pressure dent on the right side of the stock above the grip cap.  14 3/16 LOP over the 1/2 inch Ruger recoil pad.  Bores are bright and the action functions perfectly.  A good looking Over Under Ruger Red Label, I've always thought these early full blue guns were the best looking.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ruger Red Label 20 Gauge.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-

                     Smith & Wesson Model 657 Mountain Gun, Cal. .41 Magnum                                      PRICE:                       SOLD
Like new pre-lock S&W Model 657-4 "Mountain Gun", chambered in .41 Magnum.  The 6-shot revolver is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, smooth combat trigger, serrated ramped front sight, adjustable rear sight, and finger-groove Hogue style S&W rubber grips.  It has been fired but very little from its appearance, which is very good.   Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 657.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-

                     Smith & Wesson Model 686 Distinguished Combat Magnum, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                                          PRICE:  $695
A very nice pre-lock, 1984 vintage, S&W Model 686 fitted with a 6 inch barrel, attractive and matching Cocobolo checkered target grips with S&W medallions, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  This gun also is equipped with a pinned patridge front sight and plain adjustable rear sight, usually these are fitted with a red-ramp front sight and white out-line rear sight.  The gun is in excellent condition, with minimal wear/handling marks.  It has been fired but very little from its appearance.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 686.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-557

                     Colt "Cobra", Cal. .38 Special                                                                                           PRICE:  $1,150
The Colt "Cobra" (First Issue) was made from 1950 to 1972.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with a 2, 3, or 4 inch barrel, plastic (early) or wood grips, square or round butt frame, built on an alloy frame, blue or nickel finished, and were chambered in .22 LR, .32 Colt N.P., .38 Colt N.P., or .38 Special.  This 1968 vintage "Cobra" is as described and is fitted with a 2 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, is blue finished, and is chambered in .38 Special.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% of its original blue and black finish, with very minor thinning on the muzzle of the barrel, the right side of the barrel, and a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The frame shows hardly any wear.  The grips are like new, fit very well, retain their sharp checkering , and have no cracks or chips.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up and perfect timing.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box.  Sorry, no paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt "Cobra".   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-563

                     Colt Government Model MKIV/Series 70, Cal. .45 ACP                                                PRICE:                       SOLD
The Colt Government Model MKIV/Series 70 1911 Pistol was made from 1970 to 1983.  The 1911 pistols were fitted with a 5 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, fixed sights, blue or nickel finished, and were chambered in .45 ACP, .38 Super, 9mm, or 9mm Steyr.  This 1981-1983 vintage 1911 pistol is as described, is blue finished and chambered in .45 ACP.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with only a light scratch from the takedown lever sliding along the side of the frame and thinning on the recoil spring plug.  The grips are in like new condition and all screw-heads are un-molested.  Comes with (1) 7-round magazine and hang tag.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Government Model MKIV/70 Series 70 1911 Pistol.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-562

                    Colt All America Model 2000, Cal. 9mm                                                                           PRICE:  $650
The Colt All American Model 2000 was made from 1991 to 1993 only.  The pistols were fitted with a 4 1/2 inch barrel, matte finished steel slide on a polymer or aluminum frame, fixed 3-dot sights, black synthetic checkered grips with Colt medallions, checkered front strap and trigger guard, double action semi-auto, recoil operated rotary action featuring integral locking lugs similar to the military M16 rifle, hammerless, internal striker block safety, and chambered in 9mm.  This Model 2000 is as described and is built on a black polymer frame.  It is in excellent condition, with no visible wear, appears to having been test fired only.  Comes with a Colt box (no label),(2) 15-round magazines, instructions manual, and loading tool.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt All American Model 2000.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-546

                     Colt Pre-Woodsman, Cal. .22 LR Standard Velocity Only                                             PRICE:                  SOLD
The Colt Pre-Woodsman was made from 1915 to 1927 with approximately 54,000 manufactured.  The pistols were fitted with a 6 5/8 inch barrel (lightweight pencil barrel from 1915-1922 and medium weight after), adjustable front and rear sights, checkered walnut grips, 10-round magazine, bottom magazine release, blue finished only, and chambered for the .22 LR Standard Velocity Ammo only.  This 1925 vintage pistol (serial: 45xxx) is as described and is in excellent original condition.  It retains 98% of its original blue finish, with only very minor thinning at the muzzle and on some of the sharp edges of the frame.  The grips are also in excellent condition, with sharp checkering and only a couple of minor pressure dents, no cracks or chips.  Comes with 1 very nice two-tone 10-round magazine, with the 2-line legend on the base, and its original numbered to the gun box, sorry, no paper-work.  Included is a factory letter stating this gun was shipped to W.S.Brown, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 27, 1925.  A very nice boxed Colt Pre-Woodsman.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Pre-Woodsman.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-559

                     Colt Python, Nickel, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                            PRICE:  $2,950
Colt Python fitted with a 4 inch barrel, ramped serrated front sight, adjustable rear sight, checkered walnut target grips with Colt medallions, is full nickel finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum..  The gun is in very fine condition, retaining all of its original nickel finish, it has been used/fired and has assorted minor handling marks and surface scratches.  The grips retain 98% of their original finish, with assorted handling marks and chips on the right grip next to the back-strap and at the heel on both grips.  The medallion on the right grip, for some reason, has lost most of its gold colored finish.   The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up and perfect timing.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Python.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-554

                     Smith & Wesson Model 12 Airweight, Cal. .38 Special                                                   PRICE:  $695
Mint condition S&W Model 12-3 Military & Police Airweight fitted with a pinned 2 inch barrel, checkered round butt walnut service grips with S&W medallions, built on an alloy frame, blue/black finished with color case-hardened trigger and hammer, and chambered in .38 Special.  The 6-shot revolver retains 99% of its original finsh, with only a slight drag line on the cylinder and a few chips of the black finish on the sharp edge of the frame below the crane/yoke.  The wood grips look like new.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up and perfect timing.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, all paper-work, and cleaning rod and brush.  Seldom see these Model 12's in this condition, especially with its original box.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 12.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-568

                     Smith & Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum, Cal. .357 Magnum                                 PRICE:                        SOLD 
S&W Model 66-2 Combat Magnum fitted with a 6 inch barrel, red-ramp front sight, white out-line adjustable rear sight, checkered cocobolo wood target grips with S&W medallions, constructed in stainless steel, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  This mid 1980's vintage 6-shot revolver is in very fine condtion, appearing to having been test fired only, with minimal handling wear on the metal surfaces.  The grips retain most all of their original finish, with minor handling marks and a dent on the corner of the butt of the right grip.  The bore looks as new and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up and perfect timing.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 66.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                     Colt Single Action Army, Pearl Grips, Cal. .44 Special                                                  PRICE:                        SOLD                                                     
Gorgeous 3rd Generation Colt SAA professionally fitted with pearl one-piece grips with silver Colt medallions.  The Single Action is full nickel plated, fitted with the desirable 4 3/4 inch barrel, and is chambered in .44 Special.  It has not been fired and is in like new condition, except for a very minor drag line on the cylinder.  Comes with its original box (much handling wear and missing one end cap)  and two-piece walnut grips.  Sorry, no paper-work.  A pretty Single Action. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt SAA.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    J.P. Sauer & Sohn Suhl Side-by-Side 12 Gauge Shotgun                                                 PRICE:  $850
Nice J.P. Sauer & Sohn double barrel shotgun fitted with 28 3/8 inch barrels (choked full & full), double triggers, checkered walnut stock, checkered pistol grip stock with black plastic pistol grip cap, european style sling swivels, built on box-lock greener action with cocking indicators and lifters/extractors, 14 11/16 inches LOP over a black plastic Suhl butt-plate, blue and color case-hardened finished, and a engraved frame, rear of barrels, break-down lever, and screws.  The gun is in very fine condition, retaining 85-90% of its original blue finish, with most thinning along the sides of the barrel, above the forearm, and on the trigger guard, due to handling.  The frame retains about 40% of its original color case-hardened finish, again with most loss due to handling.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes with assorted minor handling marks.  The bores are bright, but there is some spotting, and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up.  

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this J.P. Sauer & Sohn SxS.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-277

                     Mossberg Silver Reserve, 20 Gauge 2 3/4 or 3 inch                                                          PRICE:  $495
Mossberg Silver Reserve over/under shotgun, chambered in 20 gauge, 2 3/4 or 3 inch chambering.  The O/U shotgun is fitted with 26 inch vent rib barrels with screw-in chokes (fitted with mod/imp. cyl choke tube inserts), boxlock action with dual locking lugs, extractors, gold plated single trigger, checkered pistol gripped walnut stock and forearm,  matte nickel receiver with engraved gold inlaid game scenes, and 14 3/16 inch LOP over a 1/2 inch recoil pad.  This Turkish manufactured shotgun is in very fine condition, with all metal surfaces retaining 99%+ of their original finishes.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with assorted minor handling marks.  Nice beginner O/U shotgun.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Mossberg Silver Reserve.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry  or Brent at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM18-532

                     Spanish Pistol, Pedro Jose Aguirre, 1848 Vintage, .70 Caliber Percussion                  PRICE:  $895
Just received this very attractive 1848 vintage single shot percussion pistol made by Pedro Jose Aguirre located in Eybar Spain.  The pistol is fitted with a 6 7/8 inch octagon barrel with nicely done engraving and two gold bands at the rear of the barrel, and gold filled ornate script, "Herraduras" on the left side of the barrel, "Por Pedro Jose Aguirre" on the top, and "En Eybar 1848" on the right side of the barrel.  The lock-plate, sidelock, hammer, trigger guard, back-strap, and ram-rod pipe are also nicely engraved.  The walnut stock is nicely checkered and the fitting of barrel, sidelock, lock-plate, trigger guard, back-strap, etc. is nicely done. There is a crack in the stock under the front-strap and above the grip cap and the stock has been repaired above and behind the lockplate, neither detract from the appearance of the gun.  The bore is very clean with minimal spotting and the action fuctions like new.  This is a high quality made pistol, would have been a expensive and beautiful piece when it was new.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Spanish Pistol   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                     New England Militia Musket, .70 Caliber Flintlock                                                       PRICE:                       SOLD
Very likely made in Massachusetts, this .70 caliber smooth bore flintlock rifle is dated 1823 on the barrel tang, and stamped with a circled "P" proof, an eagle head, and the letters "MLM" on the rear left side of the barrel.  While it conforms to a general military pattern, the barrel is pinned to the black walnut stock, and the hardware is all brass.  The lock is civilian in style and there is a silver initial plate surrounded by silver wire inlay on the wrist of the stock.  It appears unaltered from the time of manufacture and is in working condition.  The barrel is 42 inches in length, apparently a little longer than usual, and the stock is sound.  These guns were most likely intended for dual purposes-to be used as a soldier/citizens arm for military and private game shooting.  This gun originally came to us from Massachuisetts and likely has always been there since it was new.  It is a fine example of it's time, and 100% original.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Musket   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP16-301

              Frank Wesson Single Shot "Pocket Rifle", Cal. .32 Rim Fire                                         PRICE:  $1,750
Very nice all numbers matching Frank Wesson Single Shot "Pocket Rifle" chambered in .32 Rim Fire.  The gun is fitted with a side swing out 18 inch full octagon barrel with manual ejector, spur trigger, globe front sight, adjustable peep rear sight, two-piece wood grips, and a detachable metal skeleton stock.  The barrel retains 80% of its original blue finish, the frame retains about 85% of its original nickel finish with most loss due to flaking, and the stock retains 70-80% of its original nickel finish, again with most loss due to flaking.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, with ony a couple of corrosion spots, and the action functions perfectly.  As stated the barrel, frame, stock, and both grip panels have the same serial number stamped into them.  Neat gun, a real conversation piece.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Frank Wesson "Pocket Rifle".   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP14-199

                     Ithaca 7E Double Barrel Shotgun, 12 Gauge                                                                    PRICE:  $35,000
This is the first 7E Grade Ithaca we have ever seen, which is understandable since there were only 22 or 25 ever manufactured.  According to Walter C. Snyder, an Historian of the Ithaca Gun Company, this shotgun was shipped to an undisclosed location on 12/5/44.  The condition is superb, as one might expect from such a high grade shotgun, it shows almost no wear or evidence of use.  The blue and case-colors are near 100%, the bores are perfect and the highly figured American Walnut stock is ornately checkered and is in near new condition.  It appears that the only non-original part is a proper "sunburst" Ithaca marked reproduction recoil pad.  The case hardened receiver is highly engraved and has six gold inlays including 2 ducks, 2 pheasants, a dog holding a duck and a bald eagle complete with a white gold head.  The shotgun is fitted with ejectors, double gold plated triggers, and the barrels are 28 inches in length, choked full and full (0040" + .0040").  The stock dimensions are: 14 inch length-of-pull, 2 3/4 inch drop at the heel and 1 3/4 inch drop at the comb.  The weight is 7 lbs. 13 oz.   The 7E Grade Ithaca is one of the rarest of all American Doubles and it would be hard to find a better one.  Comes with a letter from the Chronicler of the Ithaca Gun Company dated 9/5/07.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ithaca 7E.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Rees or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                     Unmarked Model 1795 / 1806 Type Musket, .70 Caliber                                                PRICE:                       SOLD
Patterned after the French Model 1763 Charleville and Springfield Armory Model 1795 manufactured flintlock muskets, this early flintlock appears to be completely unmarked.  The barrel is 44 inches in length and is approximately .70 caliber.  Armory records indicate that the first known Springfield muskets bearing the eagle motiff and a date were made in 1799.  So this could be an early pre-1799 Springfield musket, or an early Harpers Ferry produced around 1800.  There were also a number of private contractors that made muskets for the government, or simply assembled parts sdupplied by the national armories.  Ordinance correspondence of the era referred to these arms as "Charleville Muskets" or "Charleville Pattern".  Regardless, this is certainly one of the earliest American made regulation shoulder arms, and it remains in working and literally untouched condition.  The stock is sound with only small, age cracks and all parts appear completely original to date of manufacture.  This is a great piece of history that is seldom found today in un-altered condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Unmarked musket.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP16-300

                     Colt  Model 1883 Hammerless Double Barrel  12 Gauge Shotgun, Presentation Gun from C.H. Colt                                                         PRICE:  $17,950
The Model 1883 Hammerless Double Barrel Shotgun was made from 1883 to 1895, with approximately 7,360 manufactured.  The double barrel shotguns were usually custom made and fitted with damascus barrels from 28 to 32 inches in length.  Per the Blue Book of Gun Values regarding the Model 1883:  "This model was generally a custom order gun with no standard grades designated.  Quality was extremely high, and the cost of manufacture is a large reason why the gun never sold in large numbers commercially.  The Model 1883 was discontinued after only 12 years of manufacture (it was one of the most expesive shotgunns during its day)".  This 1883 is fitted with 30 inch damascus barrels, double triggers, finely checkered Walnut forearm with ebony tip, finely checkered and nicely figured Walnut stock fitted with a black hard rubber butt-plate, extensive engraving on the receiver, safety button, break-down lever, trigger guard, forearm takedown lever and framing, and a small portion of the barrel, color case-hardened receiver, and a dolls head rib extension.  What really sets this gun apart is the gold plaque on the side of the stock which states this gun was presented to a Augustus W. Mott by C.H. Colt (Samuel Colt's son) on March 9th 1889.  There is also an initial medallion on the bottom of the stock with the engraved initials A.W.M..  Included is the factory letter stating this gun was shipped to C.H. Colt on April 10, 1889.  A truly one of a kind Colt firearm that is in excellent original condition.  NOTE:  This gun is pictured on pages 486 to 487 of the "The Colt Engraving Book" Volume One of the latest Two Volume Set by R.L. Wilson.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Presentation Colt 1883.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP17-210

               Browning BSS Side-by-Side 12 Gauge Shotgun                                                               PRICE:  $1,275
The Browning BSS SxS Shotgun was made from 1971 to 1988.  The guns were fitted with 26, 28, or 30 inch barrels, various chokes, engraved box-lock action, auto-ejectors, checkered pistol grip stock, checkered beavertail forearm, early guns had a non-selective trigger later were single select triggers, and were chambered in 12 or 20 gauge.  This gun is as described and is fitted with 26 inch barrels (choked Mod. & Imp. Cyl.), non-selective trigger, and 12 gauge chambered.  It is in very fine original condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with assorted very minor handling marks.  The stock and forearm retain all of their original finish, with assorted handling marks/dings/scuffs.  The black Browning butt-plate is in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bores are bright and the action functions as new.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM18-223

                     Winchester Model 70 Standard, Post 64, Cal. 30-06 SPRG.                                            PRICE:                      SOLD
Like new Post 64 (1968 vintage) Winchester Model 70 Standard chambered in 30-06 SPRG.  The rifle is fitted with a 22 inch barrel, hinged floor-plate, open sights, sling swivels, Monte Carlo walnut stock with pressed checkering, checkered black plastic butt-plate, and steel grip cap.  The rifle is so clean it appears to having been factory test fired only.  It retains 99% of its original blue finish with only a few very minor handling marks.  The stock retains all of its original finish, again with only a few minor handling marks.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Nice gun.

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AMF ID:   CM18-534

               Winchester Model 1873 Deluxe, Cal. 32-20                                                                      PRICE:  $11,250
Very nice original condition Winchester 1873 Deluxe Rifle manufactured in 1883.  The rifle is fitted with a 24 inch octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, nicely figured checkered walnut pistol grip stock with a ebony pistol grip, matching figured checkered walnut forearm, color case-hardened steel crescent butt-plate, color case-hardened receiver, lever, and hammer, standard Winchester provided sights, and chambered in .32 W.C.F. (.32-20).  The rifle is in excellent original condition, with the barrel retaining 70% of its original blue finish and the magazine tube retaining 50%, starting to turn a brown patina.  The receiver and hammer retain 60% of their original color case-hardened finish and the lever has lost most all of its original finish, with traces on the hidden areas.  The butt-plate has lost all of its original finish.  All of the screw-heads are mostly un-molested and the sights are clean and operate perfectly.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action and dust cover function like new, and both operate smoothly and lock-up tight.  A very good looking and rare Deluxe 1873 Winchester.

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AMF ID:  CBP18-52

                     Smith &Wesson .32-20 W.C.F. Hand Ejector (Model of 1905-4th Change)                   PRICE:  $795
The S&W .32-20 W.C.F. Hand Ejector (Model of 1905-4th Change) was made from 1915 to 1940 with 78,983 manufactured.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with either 4, 5, or 6 inch barrel, hard rubber or checkered walnut grips, blue or nickel finished, built on a round or square butt frame, and were chambered in .32-20 W.C.F. only.  This 1917 vintage gun is as described and is fitted with a 6 inch barrel, checkered walnut grip with recessed S&W medallions, and is blue finished.  It is in fine condition, retaining 90% of its original blue finish, with most loss due to thinning on the sharp edges of the frame and barrel and high spots on the cylinder.  The grips fit very well with minimal handling marks, and they have no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, though there are some areas of spotting.  The action functions perfectly, with tight lock-up.   Most of the screwheads suffer from poor use of a screw-driver.  The hammer and trigger retain most all of their original color case-hardened finish.  Great shooter .32-20 W.C.F. Smith & Wesson.

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AMF ID:   CM18-519

                     Para-Ordnance P12-45, P Series 1911 Pistol, Cal. .45 ACP                                            PRICE:                      SOLD
The Para-Ordnance P12-45 was made from 1990 to 2003.  The 1911 pistols were fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, 3-dot fixed  dove-tail mounted sights, came with a 10 or 11 round magazine, steel, stainless steel, or alloy frame, duo-tone stainless, and chambered in .45 ACP.  This pistol is as described and is duo-tone stainless and comes with (1) 10-round magazines and (1) 11-round magazine.  It is in near excellent condition, has minimal wear, with the exception of number of handling marks on the right side of the slide near the muzzle.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with a Para-Ordnance P12-45 box (does not number to the gun) and bushing wrench.  Sorry, no paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM18-528

                     Colt Model 1877 "Lightning" Revolver, Cal. 38 Colt                                                      PRICE:  $3,450
This outstanding "Lightning" comes with a Colt authentification letter showing it was shipped from Colt in January 21, 1884 to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company located in Chicago, IL., and that it was fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel and chambered in .38 Long Colt.  It is in exceptionally fine condition and there is no evidence that it has ever been fired.  The bore is perfect and all of the original blue is still present in the cylinder chambers.  The frame retains nearly all of its original case colors, with just a few surface marks on the left side, and the original blue is 95%.  The majority of the blue wear is on the back grip strap, possibly from a flap holster.  The fragile acid etched "COLT D.A. 38" panel marking, which is often worn off, is still fully intact, further demonstrating the outstanding condition of this fine Colt.  You will not have many chances to buy a 1877 as nice as this one.

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AMF ID:   CBP18-120

                     Colt Thunderer Picture Box                                                                                               PRICE:  $3,500
Very nice Picture Box/Shipping Box for a .41 Caliber Colt Thunderer Double Action Pistol (revolver) with a 3 1/2 inch barrel.  Box is in fine condition, retaining most all of its original box top label, with minimal discoloration and separation issues. The underside of the lid still retains its "DIRECTION for using COLT'S .38 & .41 in. cal. RELOADING TOOLS." label with no rips or separation issues.  The box top has "Sundries 1892" written in pencil sideways across the top, maybe written there for inventory reasons.  The underside of the lid has B. Kittredge & Co., 166 Main St, Cinti (Cincinnati) Ohio written in pencil.  Only one corner of the lid is split and there are no issues with the others.  The bottom of the box retains most all of its original trim piece with assorted pencil writings.  The inside of the bottom of the box is in excellent condition, with minimal soiling, and no corner problem of any kind.  If you have one of these guns, you really need this box.

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AMF ID:   CBP18-122

                     Walther Model PPK/S, Cal. .380 ACP, Stainless Steel                                                    PRICE:                      SOLD
USA made, Smith & Wesson stamped, Walther Model PPK/S constructed of stainless steel.  The double action pistol is fitted with a 3 1/4 inch barrel, checkered black plastic grips with the Walther banner, fixed sights, and chambered in .380 ACP.  The pistol is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little, and never carried.  Comes with its orignal numbered to the gun box, (2) 7-round magazines (1 with finger extension), and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM18-527

                     Walther / Manurhin Model PP, Cal. .32 ACP / 7.65mm, Defaced                                 PRICE:                       SOLD
Import stamped Walther/Manurhin PP chambered in .32 ACP..  The gun started life with slide stamped Walther, along with the grips, which were made with the Walther banner.  Both have been defaced so the gun could be imported into the U.S. because of the S&W ownership issue.  The pistol is in fine condition retaining 85-90% of its original blue finish, with most thinning on the sharp edges of the slide and frame and on the back-strap and front strap.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with 1 Manurhin stamped magazine.  Unusual Walther PP, first I've ever seen defaced in this manner.

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AMF ID:   CM18-529

                     Winchester Model 70, Control Feed with Boss, Scoped, Cal. .30-06                              PRICE:                      SOLD
Winchester Model 70 fitted with a 22 inch barrel with Browning's Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System (BOSS), features claw extractor and contolled round feeding, 5-round internal magazine with hinged floor-plate, sling swivel studs, checkered bolt handle, checkered walnt stock with Winchester recoil pad and steel grip cap, blue finished, and fitted with Leupold mounts/rings with Tasco 3-9X x 40 scope with duplex recticle.  Gun has been used and has assorted handling marks and dings.  The bore is bright, the action functions perfectly, and the Boss system operates as new.

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AMF ID:   CM18-183

                     Smith & Wesson Model 4576, Cal. .45 ACP.                                                                    PRICE:  $750
Rare and unusual S&W Model 4576 (no dash).  This 3rd Generation S&W pistol was produced from 1991 to 1992, with approximately 1,385 produced.  It features a frame mounted manual decocking lever similar to the Sig style.  It is a DA/SA semi-auto pistol with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, all stainless steel construction, smooth combat trigger, semi bobbed hammer, and black checkered wrap-around plastic grips.  This pistol shares identical features to the S&W 1076, chambered in 10 mm, that was used by the F.B.I. and Kentucky State Police.  The only difference being the .45 ACP chambering.  Pistol is in excellent condtion.  It would rate in the 95-98% condition, with only some slight handling scuffs to the factory S.S. finish.  None of the handling marks can be felt.   The sights are the period meprolight night sights which have gone dark and show some marks from drifting.  The bore is bright and shiny with no evidence of corrosion.  Grips are in excellent condition as well.  The factory Novak sights are still available from S&W, if you wish to put it back original.  Pistol comes with one factory 8-round magazine.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  If you are a 3rd Generation S&W collector, here is your chance to add a very hard to find and uncommon variation.

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AMF ID:   CM18-523

                     Harrington & Richardson Model 676, Cal. .22 LR                                                          PRICE:  $395
The H&R Model 676 Convertible was made from 1975 to 1980.  The double action 6-shot revolvers were fitted with either a 4 1/2, 5 1/2, 7 1/2, or 12 inch barrel, finger spur trigger guard, one piece walnut grips, side load and eject, fixed sights (though the rear could be drifted for windage), blue/color case-hardened finsihed, and came with a .22 LR and .22 Magnum cylindesr.  This gun is as described and is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel and has its .22 LR cylinder only.  It is in excllent original condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with just a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The frame retains 90% of its original color case-hardened finish, with thinning on the front strap.  The grips retain 97% of their original finish, with assorted very minor handling marks and thinning on the sharp edge of the butt.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up.  The gun has been shot, but very little from its appearance.   A very nice looking Model 676.

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AMF ID:   CM18-526

               W.H. Pollard English Sidelock, 12 Gauge SxS                                                                 PRICE:  $1,695
According to the barrel address M.H. Pollard was located at 65 King William St., S.W. London E.C..  This is a true sidelock shotgun that has 28 1/2 inch barrels with 2 3/4 inch chambers, choked cylinder and improved cylinder.  The stock has a "Prince of Wales" grip and a 14 inch length of pull over a 1 inch solid recoil pad, measured from the front trigger.  The case colors on the action are bright and the engraving is well done.  The barrels have most of their blue but have several small rust spots up against the center rib.  There is also a chip of wood missing on the leading edge of the forearm.  Here is an opportunity to buy a quality English sidelock at a box lock price.

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AMF ID:   CM17-1365

                   Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine, Cal. .32 Winchester Special                      PRICE:  $2,750
Fantastic condition Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine, chambered in .32 Winchester Special.  This 1928 vintage Model 94 retains 98%+ of its original blue finishes, with only some slight thinning on the sharp edges of the lever, receiver screws, butt-plate, and some handling marks on the receiver.  The attractive stock and forearm retain all of their original finishes, and except for a few handling marks, would look like new.  The bore looks beautiful and the action is tight and functions as new.  The original front sight has been replaced with a Marble 94-C sight, the rear sight has been removed and replaced with a Marble plug.  The receiver has been drilled and tapped for placement of a Western receiver sight.  A very good looking 94 Saddle Ring, you very seldom find in this condition.

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AMF ID:   CM17-564



                     Smith & Wesson .32 Safety Hammerless Second Model, Cal. .32 S&W                         PRICE:                      SOLD
The S&W .32 Safety Hammerless Second Model was made from 1902 to 1909 with approxiamtely 78,500 manufactured (serial range: 91418 to 170000).  The 5-shot top-break revolvers were fitted with either a 2, 3, 3 1/2, or 6 inch barrel, pinned front sight and T-shaped latch, black rubber grips, automatic ejector, blue or nickel finished, and chambered in the small .32 S&W Cartridge.  This 1906 vintage gun is as described and is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, beautiful colored pearl grips with recessed S&W medallions, and is blue finished.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 85% of its original blue finish, with most of the loss due to flaking, mostly on the cylinder.  The grips appear to have been factory installed, they fit perfectly, and are in like new condition.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, though there are a couple of very small areas of spotting.  All screw-heads are unmolested.  The action works like new, ejector and the grip safety function perfectly.  Nice little top-break, pearl griped, S&W Hammerless.

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AMF ID:   CM18-520

              Colt Model  1877 Thunderer, Cal. .41 Colt                                                                       PRICE:  $2,950
The Colt Model 1877 Thunderer (& Lightning) was made from 1877 to 1909 with over 166,000 manufactured.  The 6-shot double action revolvers were fitted with either a 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, 5 or 6 inch barrels without ejector and 4 1/2, 5, 6, 7, 7 1/2 inch barrels with ejectors, blue/color case-hardened or nickel finished, etched or roll stamped caliber markings on the barrel, one or two-piece grips, and chambered in .41 Colt.  This 1885 vintage (serial number 53744) gun is as described and is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel without ejector rod, is blue/color case-hardened finished, has the etched panel caliber marking on the left side of the barrel, and two piece checkered hard rubber grips.  Revolver is in fine original condition, retaining 50% of its original blue finish, with most loss due to flaking, and a couple of areas of spotting.  The frame retains 85% of its original color case-hardened finish, with most loss on the loading gate.  The screw heads still retain most all of their original fire blue finish.  The checkered hard rubber grips fit perfectly, are in excellent condition, with minimal handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, but there are some areas of spotting.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  Gun is all numbers matching: Frame to trigger guard, back-strap, and cylinder.  The gun comes with a Colt Factory letter which states gun was shipped July 3, 1885 to N. Curry & Brothers located in San Francisco, California.  Nice antique Colt Thunderer.     From the Don Wilkerson Collection.                                               

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AMF ID:   CBP18-121

                     Smith & Wesson Model  617, Cal. .22 LR                                                                         PRICE:  $850
As new/test fired only S&W Model 617-6 10-shot revolver fitted with a 4 1/8 inch barrel, pinned patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, S&W accessory smooth finger-groove walnut grips with S&W medallions, is constructed of stainless steel (including the cylinder), and chambered in .22 LR..  Comes with its original Hoque style finger-groove black rubber grips, original numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.  Great training, target or plinking gun.

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AMF ID:   M18-510

                     Colt Model  1877 Thunderer, Cal. .41 Colt                                                                       PRICE:  $3,250
The Colt Model 1877 Thunderer (& Lightning) was made from 1877 to 1909 with over 166,000 manufactured.  The 6-shot double action revolvers were fitted with either a 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, 5 or 6 inch barrels without ejector and 4 1/2, 5, 6, 7, 7 1/2 inch barrels with ejectors, blue/color case-hardened or nickel finished, etched or roll stamped caliber markings on the barrel, one or two-piece grips, and chambered in .41 Colt.  This 1902 vintage (serial number 136040) gun is as described and is fitted with a 4 1/2 inch barrel with ejector rod, is blue/color case-hardened finished, has the roll stamped caliber marking on the left side of the barrel, and two piece checkered hard rubber grips.  Revolver is in excellent condition, retaining 90% of its original blue finish and the frame retains 98% of its original color case-hardened finish.  The screw heads still retain most all of their original fire blue finish.  The checkered grips fit perfectly, are in very good condition, with assorted handling marks and dings.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Gun is all numbers matching: Frame to trigger guard, and back-strap.  The gun comes with a Colt Factory letter which states gun was shipped August 22, 1902 to A. Baldwin & Co. located in New Orleans, Louisiana.   A fantastic example of its type.   From the Don Wilkerson Collection.                                               

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AMF ID:   CM18-512

                    Colt Model 1877 Lightning, Cal. .38 Colt, 1st Year Production                                     PRICE:  $6,500
The Colt Model 1877 Lightning (& Thunderer) was made from 1877 to 1909 with over 166,000 manufactured.  The 6-shot double action revolvers were fitted with either a 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, 5 or 6 inch barrels without ejector and 4 1/2, 5, 6, 7, 7 1/2 inch barrels with ejectors, blue/color case-hardened or nickel finished, etched or roll stamped caliber markings on the barrel, one or two-piece grips, and chambered in .38 Colt.  This 1877 vintage (1st year production/serial number 1845) gun is as described and is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, is nickel plated, has the etched panel caliber marking on the left side of the barrel, and unique one piece checkered hard rubber grips.  Revolver is in excellent condition, retaining 99% of its original nickel finish.  Some of the screw heads still retain traces of their original fire blue finish.  The checkered grips are in like new condition, fit perfectly, and have no chips or cracks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Gun is all numbers matching: Frame to trigger guard, back-strap, cylinder, and barrel.  Comes with a Colt box, correct for the gun, but does not number to it.  Also included with the gun is a Colt Factory letter which states gun was shipped July 25, 1877 to William Read & Son located in Bostom, Massachusetts.   A fantastic example of its type, more so since it was built in the first year of production.   From the Don Wilkerson Collection.                                               

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AMF ID:   CBP18-119

                     Francotte Double Shotgun, "KNOCK ABOUT GUN", 20 Gauge                                  PRICE:  $4,895
Francotte Double Barrel Shotgun fitted with 30 inch barrels (choked full & full), Miller Single Trigger, ejectors, checkered round knob pistol grip walnut stock (professional replacement) with horn butt-plate, checkered walnut forearm, color case-hardened receiver, other parts blue finished, and 20 gauge 2 3/4 inch chambered.  The left side of the receiver is stamped "THE KNOCK ABOUT GUN", the right side of the receiver is stamped "VON LENGERKE & DELMOLD NEW YORK", and the bottom of the receiver is stamped "MADE IN BELGIUM".  It is all numbers matching.  The gun is in excellent condition retaining 98% of its blue finish on the barrel and about 95% on the trigger guard.  The receiver retains 60% of its color case-hardened finish, with most thinning around the bottom, due to handling.  The bores are bright and the tight fitting action functions perfecly.

According to the letter from Griffin and Howe this shotgun was sold by Abercombie and Fitch in 1934 to Herbert Pulitzer, the son of Joseph Pulitzer for whom the Pulitzer Prize was named.  The Francotte Company made some of the highest quality shotguns in the world and are highly prized.  This box-lock has 30 inch barrels, 2 3/4 inch chambers, automatic ejectors and has been fitted with a Miller single trigger.  It has had a good restoration done in the past .  The stock has been replaced and the newer stock is fitted very well and looks close to original.  The barrels have been professionally rust blued and are in excellent condition, both inside and out.  The receiver retains over 60% of its original case colors.  The 30 inch barrels are choked full & full (.0020"/.0020') and the stock dimensions are: 14 5/8 inch length of pull, 2 3/8 inch drop at heel, 1 1/2 inch drop at comb, and the weight is 5 lbs. 15 oz.  Vintage 20 gauge shotguns with 30 inch barrels are hard to find, and this Francotte is perfectly balanced and handles extremely well.

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AMF ID:   CM18-505

                     Ruger New Model Blackhawk, Cal. .30 Carbine                                                              PRICE:  $495
1975 (2nd year of the New Model series of the Blackhawk Line) vintage Ruger New Model Blackhawk fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, smooth walnut grips wirh ruger medallions, adjustable rear sight, blue finished, and chambered in .30 Carbine.  The 6-shot revolver is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% of its original finish, with thinning at the muzzle of the barrel, trun ring on the cylinder, and minor thinning on the sharp edges of the frame.  the bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM18-508

                     Colt Third Model Dragoon/Third Model, .44 Cal. Percussion                                       PRICE:  $8,000
The Colt Third Model Dragoon was made from 1851 to 1861, with approximately 10,500 manufactured.  Manufactured in 1860, this gun has the experimental 8 inch barrel which became standard on the Army Model of 1860.  This is a Third Model Dragoon/Third Model (the Third Model's were fitted with a 8 inch round/octagon barrel, most Dragoon's were fitted with 7 1/2 inch barrels) and is fitted with a round trigger guard, Texas Ranger and Indian fight scene rolled engraved on the cylinder, and is in Cal. .44 Percussion.  The barrel, cylinder, ram-rod, trigger, and hammer have lost their original finishes and has turned a silver/dark grey patina.  The trigger guard retains 20% of its original silver plate and the back-strap about 30% of its original silver plate.  The one piece walnut grips retain about 50% of their original finish, with a perfect fit, a couple of pressure dents and a chip, but no cracks.  The bore has visible rifling, but is dark due to corrosion.  The cylinder does not turn when cocked, though the hammer locks at half and full cock.  The hand spring is broken but the action should work fine when that is replaced.   The serial number is still visible on the cylinder but the Texas Ranger and Indian fight scene is worn off.  It is all numbers matching (serial number 18551):  Frame to trigger guard, back-strap, cylinder, and ram-rod.  If this gun could only talk.

According to the family, it was carried by a Confederate officer, from Fairview in western Kentucky, who escorted President  Jefferson Davis to Florida after Apptomatics to avoid capture.  A very nice Civil War relic with a great word of mouth story from the family.

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AMF ID:   CB16-151

                     Manurhin (Walther) Model PP, Cal. .32 ACP / 7.65 mm                                               PRICE:  $695                   
Clean Manurhin (Walther) Model PP chambered in .32 ACP.  The pistol is fitted with a 3 7/8 inch barrel, checkered black plastic grips, (1) 8-round magazine, and is blue finshed.  It is import stamped on the right side of the frame and police stamped on the front-strap.  The pistol is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish, with thinning on the muzzle of the slide and edges of the back-strap.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  A classic design.

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AMF ID:   CM18-497

                     Harpers Ferry Model 1805 Pistol                                                                                      PRICE:              SOLD
This was the first military handgun manufactured by a national armory.  A total of approximately 4,100 were made, then serial numbered and issued in pairs.  This gun has an iron clad provinance, as it was purchased directly from the family who's ancestor carried it in the War of 1812 and participated in the Battle of the Thames and the Battle of the River Raisen.  Elijah Herndon was a member of the 4th Regiment of the Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia, under the overall command of General William Henry Harrison.  On Oct. 5th, 1813 they defeated a combined force of British Regulars and Indians, and killed the famous Shawnee Chief, Tecumseh.  The following year however, the American forces were routed by the British and the Indians at the River Raisen, and only twelve Kentuckians escaped to return home.  This sidearm has never left Kentucky since that battle, and we have a signed affadavit from the family.  It is listed and pictured in the recent book by Rick Hudak, "Harpers Ferry Arsenal".  It is in excellent, original condition, with an even, dark brown patina, original wooden ramrod, and a faint "V" over "JS" inspectors cartouche on the stock.  The markings are good and the lock is in perfect working condition.  This is a great piece of  American history.

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                     Colt Trooper, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                                       PRICE:  $995
Very clean Colt Trooper fitted with a 6 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions, adjustable rear sight, color case-hardened hammer, blue finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with very minor thinning at the muzzle and a minor drag line on the cylinder.  The bore and action are like new and all screw heads are un-molested.  The grips fit well and are in excellent condition, with only a few very minor handling marks.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  A very nice Trooper, a great collectable or shooter.

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                     Smith & Wesson Model 41 Target Pistol, Cal. .22 LR                                                     PRICE:                      SOLD
Beautiful S&W Model 41 (no dash) fitted with a 7 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with thumbrests, adjustable rear sight, patridge front sight, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 RF.  The pistol is in excllent original/untouched condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue finish.  The bore looks like new and the action functions as new.  It has been shot, but apparently very little.  Comes with its orignal numbered to the gun box, (2) 10-round magazines, cleaning rod, brush, mop, and screw-driver.  Sorry, no paper-work.

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                     Remington O/U Derringer, Cal. .41 Rim Fire                                                                  PRICE:  $395
This Remington O/U Derringer is stamped on the top of the barrel, "REMINGTON ARMS-U.M.C. CO. ILION, N.Y."  The Reminton Derringers stamped this way are considered First Variations, manufactured in 1911.  It is fitted with 3 inch barrels, checkered black plastic grips, manual extractor, is nickel plated, and is chambered in .41 R.F..  It is in very good original condition, retaining 60-70% of its original nickel finish, with most loss due to flaking.  The grips are mostly worn smooth with little checkering left.  The bores are bright, with sharp rifling, but some minor corrision.  The barrel release lever locks solidly in place and the barrel to frame fit is somewhat loose.  The serial number, 935 is stamped on the frame under the right grip and on the bottom of the barrel.  Decent example of its type.

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AMF ID:   M18-479