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 Featured Guns For Sale
   
 
 
 Deluxe Engraved Marlin 1881, Cal. 40-60 Marlin                PRICE:   Please Inquire
The Marlin 1881 rifle was made from 1881 to 1892, with approxomately 20,000 manufactured. The rifles were chambered in .32-40 WCF, .38-55 WCF, .40-60 Marlin, .45-70 Govt., or .45-85 Marlin caliber, were equipped with a 28 inch octagon barrel, top ejection action, and blue finished with case hardened hammer, lever, and buttplate.   This Deluxe 1881 is fitted with a 24 inch octagon barrel, half tube magazine, nicely checkered walnut stock and forearm, and factory engraving on the frame and bolt.

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AMF ID: BP14-

 
 Antique Winchester 1894 Standard Rifle, Cal. .32-40              PRICE:  $1,895
Nice original Winchester 1894 standard rifle manufactured in 1898.  The rifle is equipped with a round 26 inch barrel, full length magazine, straight stock, steel crescent butt-plate, and is chambered in .32-40.  The barrel and magazine tube retain about 80-85% of their original blue finish, the receiver about 40%, with the usual flaking, the hammer and trigger retain traces of their original color case-hardened finish, and the butt-plate has lost all of its original case-hardening.  The bore is bright, with clean/sharp rifling and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The stock and forearm fit well to the frame, forearm cap and butt-plate, they are clean, with only some minor handling marks with no cracks or chips.  Nice 1894 rifle, would make a fantastic shooter or collectors piece.  Since it is considered antique, do not have to ship thru a FFL dealer.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1894.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Brent 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: BP14-162

 J. Purdy & Son  Side by Side Shotgun, Best Grade Ejector, 20 Gauge                  PRICE:  $38,500
Purdey Best Grade Sidelock Ejector 20 Gauge.

As most shotgun experts know, Purdey makes some of the finest shotguns in the world, and this 20 gauge is proof positive.  It was manufactured in 1935 during the period between the two World Wars, which is generally agreed to be the pinnacle of Purdey's production.  The barrels were originally chambered for 2 3/4 shells and are 26 inches long and are choked .005 (improved cylinder) and .010 (modified), which are the perfect chokes for most upland game.  The straight grip English stock has a 14 1/2 inch length of pull to the checkered butt.  The wood is Turkish Walnut with nearly all of the original finish and very nice fiddle back grain running up to the grip.  It weighs just under 5 lbs. 12 oz. and balances perfectly between the hands. 
The condition is excellent with only bottom edge wear to the case colored frame and some minor blue wear to the trigger guard tang and barrel muzzles.  The bores are perfect and all the mechanics work.  The wood retains nearly all of the oil finish and has only minor small dents which are appropriate to the overall condition.  It is cased in an excellent Purdey and Abercrombie marked leather motor case. 
The provenance is quite interesting.  It was originally owned by John Hay Whitney.  His accomplishments include: Ambassador to Great Britain (1957-1961), largest individual stock holder in Dun and Bradstreet, Chairman of the board of the Thoroughbred Racing Association, owner of the Herald Tribune, decorated WWII hero, producer of the first Technicolor movie film, and many more that can be viewed by Googling his name.  His initials appear on the top of the motor case. 
This is a chance to own one of the best of the best shotguns available. It is a stunning example of British Shotguns.

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AMF ID: CM14-1021

 "U.S" Govt.. Henry Rifle, Cal. 44 RF                 PRICE:  $40,000
One of the 800 rifles purchased by the government during the Civil War and issued to the 1st D.C. Guard to protect Washington.  This gun, serial number 39xx, shows normal use but is entirely original and retains at least 50% of its factory varnish.  In addition to a clear "C.G.C" stamp on the rear of the barrel, the Charles G. Chapman cartouche is still visible on the wrist of the stock, as is the Henry "bump" on the left side.  The bore is average, but the action is tight and crisp and the barrel and frame are smooth and have an even patina.  The 1st District of Columbia Cavalry was the only federal unit in the Civil War to be armed entirely with Henry rifles.  Very few have survived in this condition.  An extremely nice example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Henry 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: CM14-952

 Colt 1860 Army, 44               PRICE:  $1,750
"U.S." stamped, 1863 /Civil War vintage, Colt 1860 Army.  This Civil War Colt , serial number 68549, was sold to the US government in 1863 and obviously saw service.  After the war, it was returned to Springfield Armory and refurbished.  During this process, no attempt was made to match serial numbered parts, and consequently, this gun has parts from four different guns.  These guns can be identified as government reworks by the "US" stamp which was placed on the brass trigger guard at the time of refurbishing.  Most of these "re-works" then saw use in the west, against hostile native Americans.  Seldom are these guns found today in working condition.  While this gun has no original finish, it is tight and in good working condition.  Being used in two conflicts, the Civil War in the east, and the Indian Wars in the west until replaced by cartridge conversions, they played an important role in our nation's history.

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 WPA VEPR, Russian, Cal. 7.62x54            PRICE:  $1,050
As new WPA VEPR autoloading hunting rifle, chambered in 7.62x54.  The guns are made at the Molot-Oruzhie factory in Russia.  Rifle comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, paper-work, 3 total magazines, and two forearms.  It is in excellent condition, appearing to have been fired very, very little.

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AMF ID: M14-797

 Pair of Colt 1851 Navy Commemoratives            PRICE:  $1,395
Recently acquired Colt Commemoratives, a Colt Robert E. Lee Commemorative - Nineteen Seventy One and a Ulysses S. Grant Commemorative - Nineteen Seventy One.  Both pistols are new/unfired in their original presentation cases, with accessories.  They are serial numbered 3415 REL and 3415 USG.  The cases are in excellent condition, as are the accessories.  These are a beautiful set of Colt Commemorative pistols.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of these commemorative Colt's.  For additional information and details about these pistols, ask for Lonny or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view these pistols in person, let your sales representative know you saw them on our web site.

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 1850's Gentleman's Knife, Manhattan Cutlery Co. of Shetfield England            PRICE:  $650
Just received this 1850's vintage Gentleman's Knife, with sheath, made by Manhattan Cutlery Company of Shetfield England.   The overall length of knife is 8 1/16 Inches and the blade is 4 1/2 inches in length.  The leather sheath is 4 1/2 inches in length.  The knife is in excellent conditon, appearing to having never been sharpened, with nice looking stag handles, which have no chips or cracks.  The sheath is in very good condition, with minor handling marks and scuffs.  In fantastic condition, for is age.

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 Weston Miniature Single Shot Derringer With Case             PRICE:  $550
Circa 1870's Weston Miniature Single Shot Derringer.  The gun retains most all of its original finishes and the action functions well.  The bore is dirty, hard to find anything small enough to clean it.  Gun comes with its original display case, which is well worn.  This is one tiny gun.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Derringer.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Brent 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: CBP14-140

 Colt New Line .32 Rimfire            PRICE:  $495
Nice Colt New Line .32 Rimfire.  It is in good working order, the barrel retains about 50% of its origina blue finish, with good etched panel "COLT NEW .32" on the left side of the barrel, and the frame and cylinder have mostly turned a gray patina.  The wood grips retain most of their original finish, are in very good condition, and number to the gun (5019).

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt New Line.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Lonny 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: CBP13-43

 Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector 1st Model of 1896, Cal. .32 S&W Long            PRICE:  $475
The S&W .32 Hand Ejector, 1st Model of 1896, was made from 1896 to 1903, with approximately 19,712 manufactured.  They were a 6-shot revolver, available with a 3 1/4, 4 1/4, or 6 inch barrel, were blue or nickel finished, black rubber grips, round butt, cylinder stop is mounted in the frame top-strap, and the patent markings were on the cylinder.  This gun is as described, is nickel plated and has a 3 1/4 inch barrel.  It retains about 85% of its original nickel finish, is in good working order, the bore is shootable, has some minor corrosion, and the grips are in very good condition.  Neat little S&W revolver, and unique with the stampings on the cylinder, rather than on the barrel or frame.

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AMF ID: CM14-374

 Wilson Combat Recon SR Tactical, Cal. 6.8 SPC                PRICE:  $2,095
Per Wilson Combat Website:  The Recon SR (Suppressor Ready) is the ideal package for a tactical shooter who wants the shortest possible suppressed AR-15 rifle that isn’t classified as an NFA registered weapon. The Recon SR has an extra long 14.0” TRIM rail for a seamless mating to our Whisper Suppressor and extra real estate for your preferred rail mounted accessories. The Recon SR has a 14.7” medium weight barrel that is ideal for a high rate of fire and features a permanently mounted Rapid Thread attachment that attaches to our Wilson Combat Whisper Suppressor. A permanently attached Accu-Tac flashider is available for locales where owning a a suppressor is not an option.   This Recon SR Tactical is unfired and comes with its original carry bag.  It has the following accessories:  Wilson Combat Back Up Iron Sights and Wilson Combat Vertical Foregrip.

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Note:  Option to purchase, (5) 25-round Precision Reflex Magazines (6.8 ), (4) 10-round Precision Magazines (6.8), and 6 boxes (30-rounds each) of  Barrett 6.8 ammo.  Price:  $395

 Winchester Model 9422 Boys Scouts 75th Anniversary, Cal. .22LR              PRICE:  $1,350
In 1985 Winchester introduced the Model 9422 Boys Scouts Anniversary Carbine to celebrate 75 years of service.  The guns were serial numbered BSA 1-BSA 15000, had roll engraved receivers and levers, finished in antique pewter on their receivers, lever, barrel bands, hammer, trigger and butt-plate, the stock was fitted with a unique Winchester/Boys Scouts medallion, and a hooded front sight.  This Boys Scouts 9422 is new/unfired and comes with its original numbered to the gun box.
 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 9422.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for John 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:  CM14-868

 Winchester Model 21 "Custom Grade" 16 Gauge, Two Barrel Set                  PRICE:  $13,500
We have just acquired this beautiful, restored Winchester Model 21.  It was shipped in 1936 to Danville, Kentucky with one set of barrels that were 28 inches in length, choked cylinder and modified.  It was later, in 1941, returned to Winchester for the second set of barrels, they were 26 inches in length and choked cylinder and improved cylinder.  At the same time that the extra set of barrels were fitted the owner also had his initials, "REG", applied in gold to the bottom of the trigger guard.  Undoubtably the owner was a dove and quail hunter.  It has the original deluxe straight English American walnut stock that has a 14 1/2 inch length of pull to the checkered butt.  Custom Grade Model 21's are considered one of the scarcest configurations, especially in a 16 gauge, two barrel set.  This set has been cased in a very nice Italian made green canvas with leather trim case.  The overall condition is still like brand new.  The only blemish is a small area near the muzzle of the 26 inch barrels where the rust bluing did not take, probably because there was some oil left on the barrel prior to the bluing process.  This is really a great Winchester 21 that any collector or shooter would be proud to own.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester Model 21.  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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 Winchester 1895, Cal. .30 U.S. MOD. 1903                 PRICE:  $2,750
The Winchester Model 1895 Rifle was made from 1895 to 1931, with approximatley 425,881 manufactured.  The guns were equipped with barrels in length for 24 to 28 inches, either round or octagon, were blue finished, box magazine, straight grip stock, and were chambered in .30-03, .30-06, .30-40 Krag, .303 British, .35 Win., .38-72 , .40-72, .405 Win. or 7.62mm Russian. This 1895 is chambered in the rare .30-03 cartridge and equipped with a 24 inch round barrel.  It is all original and would rate about 70% overall.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Most all of the screw heads are un-molested and it is fitted with its original sights.  A very nice and clean 1895 Winchester.

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AMF ID: CM14-750

Walther PPK, Cal. 380 ACP                 PRICE:  $669.95
New production NIB Walther PPK, chambered in .380 ACP.  Comes with 2 magazines and its original box with all paperwork.

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AMF ID: M13-2898

 Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman, 1st Model, Cal. .22LR              PRICE:  $1,595
The S&W K-22 Outdoorsman, 1st Model, was made from 1931 to 1940, with about 19,500 manufactured.  The 6-shot revolvers were built on the "K" frame, were equipped with a 6 inch barrel, adjustable rear target sight, patridge front sight, checkered walnut diamond grips with attractive silver S&W medallions, blue finish with color case-hardened hammer and trigger, and were chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  This 1934 vintage, all numbers matching (frame, cylinder, barrel, and grips), K-22 is as described and has the optional brass bead patridge front sight.  The gun retains about 95% of its original blue finish, with thinning on the sharp edges of the barrel and frame, plus some minor handling marks.  The grips are in very good condition, with some chipping, but no cracks.  The bore is bright and the action timing is perfect.  A nice original 1st model K-22 Outdoorsman, don't see these very often.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this K-22.  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: M14-744

 Remington-Rider Pocket Revolver, Cal. .32 RF                PRICE:  $1,250
The Remington-Rider Double Action Pocket Revolver was made from 1860 to 1873 in percussion, with altered specimens made for the 32RF metallic cartridge after 1873.  Approximately 2,000 total manufactured for both types.  This is a factory conversion to metallic cartridge model which has the newly made cylinder with removable cover at rear in place of the percussion cylinder.  It is equipped with a 3 inch octagon barrel, a german silver oval trigger guard (most of the silver has worn off), checkered hard rubber grips (in excellent condition), blue finished frame and barrel, and chambered in .32 Rim Fire.  The gun retains about 30% of its original finish on the cylinder and barrel, with the frame turning a pleasing patina.  The hammer retains most all of its original color case-hardening.  The bore is very good, with sharp rifling and minimal corrosion, and the action functions well.  These little Remingtons were one of the first double action revolvers made in quantity in the United States, and in its factory conversion to metallic cartridge form, probably the first American double action cartridge revolver. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington revolver.  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:  BP14-92

 Smith & Wesson Model 10, .38 Special          PRICE:  $475
1960 manufactured Smith & Wesson Model 10, equipped with a 4 inch standard barrel, checkered diamond walnut grips, is blue finished, and chambered in .38 Special.  The gun retains most all of its original finish with some thinning, due to holster wear, and some handling marks.  The bore is perfect, bright with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly, with excellent timing and lockup.  The hammer and trigger retain all of their original color case-hardening.  The numbered to the gun grips are in very good condition, with only some minor handling marks and dings.  Good example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Model 10.  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:  M14-693

 Ruger Single Six, Flat-Top, 3-Screw  Cal. .22 LR            PRICE:  $475
Late 50's early 60's Ruger Single Six.  It is equipped with a flat-top/3-screw frame, 5 1/2 inch barrel, walnut grips with black eagle Ruger medalions, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  It retains all of its original finish, with only some very minor thinning on some of its sharp edges.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  The wood grips are in near excellent condition, with only some minor handling marks.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Nice little Ruger six gun.

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AMF ID:  M14-694
 

 Springfield Model 1871, Cal. 50/70               PRICE:  $2,250
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AMF ID: CBP14-73

 Colt Brevete Revolover, Cal. 44             PRICE:  $5,750
This unusually nice Brevete Dragoon is featured in the recently published book, "Colt Brevete Revolvers", by Roy Marcot and Ron Paxton.  It is pictured and described in detail and compared to a Hartford made 2nd Model Colt Dragoon.  In 1852, Sam Colt licensed over twenty Belgian gun makers to manufacture his 1849, 1851 and Dragoon revolvers, to be sold only in the European market.  These makers were required to buy Hartford made parts from Colt, and after being inspected and approved for sale by a Colt inspector stationed in Leige, to pay Colt a 10 franc royalty per gun.  This example, serial number 9375, is marked on the barrel, "Address Sam Colt New York City", and is factory engraved.  While the frame, barrel and cylinder retain very little original finish, all serial numbers match and the trigger guard and back strap show 50-60% of their original silver plate.  The engraving is well executed in the American scroll, or donut scroll style, and the grips are one piece wood.  There appears to have been a professional repair to the end of the loading lever, but the gun is 100% mechanically sound.  This is a very rare and desirable Colt revolver.

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AMF ID:  CBP14-103

 Springfield Model 1871 Ward-Burton, Cal. 50/70            PRICE:  $4,500
This 50/70n was one of the earliest bolt action rifles put into service by the United States government.  It was considered inferior to the 1870 Trapdoor Springfield and therefore saw limited production.  Only 1011 were completed.  Like its Trapdoor and Rolling Block (M.1871) cousins, it was finished in the white, with a blackened, oil quenched receiver and a walnut stock.  This specimen is in excellent original condition, and saw very little, if any, use.  The bore is perfect and the stock has only minor handling marks.  This is a very scarce U.S Military piece.

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AMF ID:  CBP14-71

Lindsay Model 1863, Double Musket, .58 Caliber           PRICE:  $6,750
Usually referred to as the "Lindsay", 1000 of these unusual Civil War muskets were manufactured by J.P. Lindsay, New York in 1863 and 1864.  They were of standard .58 Caliber, but were loaded with two charges in the single barrel, one over the other, but fired separately with two hammers.  The right hammer fired the front load, and the left, the rear load.  While unique among muskets, they did not prove reliable and often fired both loads simultaneously.  Consequently, the government contract was not renewed.  This specimen may be unfired and it may have not been issued.  It remains in near new, original condition, with a perfect bore, and like new functioning action.  A unique Civil War era musket, in fantastic condition.

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AMF ID:  CBP14-77

 Colt Model 1905 Marine Corps            PRICE:  $5,750
A variiation of the Model 1892 to 1903 New Army/New Navy Colt service revolver, this gun was made between 1905 and 1909 in the serial range 10001 to 10926, with 926 manufactured.  It had a rounded butt with checkered  walnut grips and a six inch barrel.  Only 812 of these were marked "USMC" on the butt, as this one is, and this serial number is "567".  It is completely original and in excellent condition, with a very good bore, good grips showing only minor wear, and most of its original, bright blue finish.  Because they saw heavy use, very few of these are found in this pristine condition.
 

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AMF ID:  M14-210

 Colt Frontier Six Shooter, Cal. 44/40          PRICE:  $7,250
A very interesting first generation Single Action and one of only 500 made in the year (1938).  Chambered in the original Winchester caliber, 44/40, it also has a factory fitted extra cylinder in .44 Special caliber.  The gun is in unused condition with approximately 98% original blue and color case-hardening, a like new bore, and perfect grips.  The extra cylinder is likewise and even has it's own fitted cylinder bushing.  All parts are pre-war and absolutely 100% original to this gun.  The gun has been stored for many years and filled with cosmoline.  We have not dismantled it, but only wiped the surface lightly to see the excellent finish underneath.  Truely, this is a pristine and very desirable pre-war Colt Frontier Six Shooter.

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

AMF ID:  M13-17

 Henry Kentucky State Police Commemorative, Cal. .22LR               PRICE:  $895
This is number 283 of 300 Henry Carbines made to Commemorate the origin of the Kentuck State Patrol.  It is brand new/unfired, and comes in its original box, with all paper-work.

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 Joseph Manton & Sons, London England, Double Percussion Shotgun                PRICE:  $5,500
Just received this beautiful Joseph Manton & Sons Double Percussion Shotgun.  This 1840's vintage shotgun was made in Cavendish Square of London, England, is equipped with 28 inch damascus barrels, double triggers, is finely engraved, and fitted with a beautiful figured checkered walnut stock .  It was owned at one time by David Marshall Williams, also known as Carbine Williams, the American designer of the short-stroke piston used in the M1 Carbine as well as the floating chamber operating system.

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AMF ID: BP13-328

 Colt New Frontier SAA, Cal. .45 LC             PRICE:  $1,450
The early 3rd Generation Colt New Frontier was made from 1978 to 1981.  The Single Actions were equipped with a 4 3/4, 5 1/2, or 7 1/2 inch barrel, were chambered in either .357 Magnum, 44-40 WCF, .44 Spl., or .45 Long Colt, flat top frame with an adjustable rear sight, plain two piece walnut grips, and were finished in polished blue with a color case-hardened frame.  This New Frontier is as described and is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel and chambered in .45 Long Colt.  It is in as new condition, appearing to have never been fired, though it does have a very slight turn mark on the cylinder.  The grips are in excellent condition, with the exception of a couple of small pressure dents on the right grip panel.  It comes with some paper-work and its box, but it is missing both ends and is a bit ratty.  A very nice looking Colt Single Action.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this New Frontier.  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: M13-439

 Colt Single Action Army, 1st Generation, Cal. 45 LC             PRICE:  $4,250
The Late Smokeless Powder Single Action Armys were manufactured from 1920 to 1940, serial numbered from 339000 to 357000.  This Colt SAA, serial number 355651, was made in 1938.  It is an all numbers matching gun, including both grips, and is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, black Rampant Colt hard rubber grips, and blue/color case-hardened finish.  The finish of the frame has been mostly cleaned off, with only some faint traces of color case-hardening left.  The barrel and ejector rod housing retain about 90%+ of their original blue finish.  The cylinder retains about 85%+ of its original finish.  The back and fore straps retain about 50% of their original finish.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, but there is some spotting. The action functions well and timing is good.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt SAA.  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:  CM13-2653
 

 Colt Fire Arms Factory Letter, Dated December 6th, 1861          PRICE:  $650
This letter was written by L. Sheldon, "for the company", dated December 6th 1861, from Hartford, Connecticut.  In the letter, Sheldon is writing James C. Savage, in care of Captain H. C. Symonds, in Louisville, Kentucky.  Seymonds was in charge of the Commissary in Louisville.  The letter states that Colt has no 27 inch .44 caliber rifles on hand and that Savage needs to choose either a 30 inch .44 caliber rifle or a 27 inch .50 caliber rifle.  The great thing about this letter, is of course the beautifully vignette crossed pistols, Colt carbine, eagle, and picture of the Colt factory at the top.  There is some age staining on one of the folds, but it does not detract much from the visual impact of this famous arms manufacturer letter.

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AMF ID:  Colt Letter

 Engraved Winchester Model 21, 16 Gauge              PRICE:  $12,995
Beautiful engraved 16 gauge (2 3/4 " chambers) Winchester Model 21.  It is equipped with 26 inch barrels, single select trigger, ejectors, pistol grip stock, and has a 14 1/8 inch length of pull.
 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Model 21.  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.

AMF ID:  CM13-1802

 
 
 
 

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