2263 Nicholasville Road        Lexington, Kentucky 40503     (859) 276-1419



 SOLD ITEMS
 
 Smith & Wesson #2, Cal. .32 RF             SOLD:  $1,495
Original S&W #2 Tip-Up 6-shot revolver, with spur trigger and 6 inch octagon barrel.  The gun is chambered in .32 Rim Fire. The guns were made from 1861 to 1874, with approximately 77,155 manufactured.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W #2.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: CBP14-150

 Remington Model 513T Matchmaster, Cal. .22LR              SOLD:  $550 
The Remington Model 513T Matchmaster was made from 1940 to 1968, with approximately 166,000 manufactured.  The target rifles were fitted with a 27 inch heavy tapered barrel, raked bolt handle, walnut target stock, Redfield aperture rear sight, globe front sight, 6-shot magazine, sling swivels, and were chambered in .22LR.  This rifle is as described and includes a leather target style sling.  The gun is in great condition, retaining most all of its original blue, with some thinning on the sharp edges.  The bolt has lots of its oriignal color case-hardening, with most missing on the handle.  The stock retains most all of its original finish, with assorted minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the actions functions like new.  It does not look like it was used much, a nice clean .22 target rifle.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington Model 513T.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-814

 Case XX World War II Vintage Knife, 337-6"Q            SOLD:  $295
Nice Case XX World War II Vintage Knife (Blade Stamped 337-6"Q) with its original tan leather sheath. The knife has not been sharpened, nor used.  It is in near excellent condition, with only some minor spotting on the blade, perfect handle.  Nice sheath, with sound stitching, no cracks or tears in the leather.

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

AMF ID: 

 Ruger 77 RSM Factory Semi-Custom Rifle, Cal. .416 Rigby              SOLD:  $2,095  
This Safari Grade Rifle is stocked with premium grade Circassian Walnut that is as hard and dense as it is beautiful.  The .416 Rigby caliber is known for its exceptional stopping power and is an ideal choice for any large dangerous game.  Ruger only made this model rifle in limited numbers for 20 years, stopping in 2010.  It has many features usually found on more expensive custom rifles including: 23 inch barrel with an integral barrel quarter rib with three express sights, ebony forend tip, hand cut checkering, barrel band front swivel, and intgral scope bases.  It is brand new/unfired in its original numbered to the gun box, with factory rings and all paper-work.  It is a true bargain for this grade of rifle.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ruger Rifle.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-925

 WWI Luger Trommel Magazine (Snail Drum), Cal. 9mm                SOLD:  $1,450 
These were either issued with Artillery Lugers during WWI or the Bergmann MP18 sub-machineguns.  This example is complete with the adapter for the Bergmann and the original dust cover.  It holds 32 rounds of 9mm and when issued with an Artillery Luger and shoulder stock made quite a formidable weapon.  They are becoming hard to find, especially with the adapter and dust cover.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Trommel Magazine.  For additional information and details about this magazine, ask for Brent 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: BP15-101

 Remington Model 1903A3, Gibbs Rifle Co., Repro Sniper Rifle, Cal. 30-06                 SOLD:  $895 
Nice Gibbs Rifle Company, Remington Model 1903A3 rifle, with a reproduction 03A4 Scope and Scope Mount to replicate a 1903 sniper rifle.  It is in excllent condition, rebuilt to like new condition with a new barrel and stock.  Makes for a great shooter.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1903A3.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-998

 Group Industries Uzi Carbine, Cal. 9mm             SOLD:  $795
Just received this interesting UZI Carbine from Group Industries of Louisville, Kentucky.  The gun is in excellent used condition, with only some minor handling marks here and there, and some spotting in the finish on the right side of the reciver.  It is fitted with a 18 inch barrel, 1-32 round magazine, sling, and wood detachable stock.  The bore is bright and the action functions smoothly.  Neat Uzi Carbine.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Uzi Carbine.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: 

 Bulgaria Arsenal AK-47 Carbine, Cal. 7.62x39             SOLD:  $995 
A nice example of its type, a milled receiver Bulgarian AK-47 Carbine.  The gun is in excellent condtion, retaining most all of its original finishes, with only very minor handling marks.  Comes with 1 magazine and sling.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Bulgarian AK.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-978

 PARS International G3S Model, Cal. .308 Win.              SOLD:  $1,295 
Very nice, lightly used PARS International G3S rifle, chambered in .308 Winchester.  It is in excellent condition, with a bright bore, and perfectly functioning action.  Comes with leather sling and (1) 20-round magazine.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this G3S.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-996

 Remington 2nd Model .41 Deringer, Factory Engraved                 SOLD:  $895 
Though the gun has lost all of its original finish, turning an overall grey/brown patina, it is in very good condition.  It functions perfectly and is much tighter than most.  The bores are somewhat rough, but are shootable.  The grips are in very good condition, with only a minor chip on the left grip panel.  Even with all of its original finish gone, the factory engraving stands out and is very attractive.  One of the most attractive Remington 41's I've seen.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington .41.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: CBP15-123

 National Arms #2 Deringer, Cal. .41 RF                  SOLD:  $550 
Circa 1865 to 1870 this brass frame .41 RF Deringer was produced in Brooklyn, N.Y..  It has a 2 1/2 inch barrel, walnut grips and was made without the knife blade style extractor.  The frame and the barrel are factory engraved with a flower style engraving.  The blue on the barrel has turned to a blue-brown patina, the brass frame has a nice mellow brass color and the grips retain most all of their original varnish.  Colt thought enough of this Deringer to buy the National Arms Co. so that they could produce this exact same Deringer and put their name on it.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this National Arms Deringer.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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:  CBP15-118

 Stocking & Co. Pepperbox                   SOLD:  $850 
Unlike other pepperboxes of the period, the Stocking Company of Worcester, Mass. manufactured a single action variant with a long, extended cocking spur on the hammer, in both .28 and .31 caliber.  Some were made with spurs on the trigger guard, and barrels were from 4 inch to 6 inches in length, usually with 6 in a cluster.  This gun has been well used, but is still mechanically perfect.  It is a .28 caliber with a six shot, 4 inch barrel.  It has a clean, brown patina finish, and near perfect walnut grips with german silver inlays on both sides.  A very attractive piece.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Pepperbox.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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:  CBP15-108

 Bacon Arms Pepperbox               SOLD:  $950 
One of the rarest of the pepperbox revolvers, this six shot, .22 caliber came out in the late 1860's and only about 1,000 were produced.  While an attractive and well made handgun, it suffered in comparison to the S&W, Colt and other small .22 revolvers of the period which were lighter in weight.  This gun is in excellent working condition, and while it was obviously used, and later cleaned, there are still traces of silver still visable on the frame.  The barrels have been nicely re-blued and the walnut grips are in very good condition, with a small chip on the right toe and a chip on the upper portion of the left grip.  Overall, a nice example of its type, and one that is very difficult to find.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Bacon Pepperbox.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: CBP15-124

 Mortimer O/U Pocket Pistol                  SOLD:  $1,750
This early 18th Century over and under flint lock pistol has 2 1/2 inch barrels of 10mm or .40 caliber.  It is nicely engraved and shows modest wear.  The walnut handle is finely checkered and without cracks or and serious dings.  The gun is mechanically perfect and could be fired today,  The Mortimer dynasty of gun makers were well known throughout Europe from the mid-18th Century until the 1870's, and their firearms were considered some of the finest.  This is an excellent example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Mortimer Pistol.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CBP15-130

 Mauser (S/42 1937) Luger, Cal. 9mm               SOLD:  $950
If you want a great looking Luger that you would like to shoot, this is it.  This Luger was nicely reblued some time ago and has a good look about it.  The bore is excellent, and the pistol is all numbers matching except for the magazine and firing pin.  A Nazi vintage Luger like this normally sells in the $2,000 range.  This one is 1/2 price and you would not feel quilty about shooting it.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Luger.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: M15-1035

 M7 Roth Steyr Pistol, Cal. 8mm                  SOLD:  $550
Manufactured in 1912 this is one of 32,000 that was produced by Fegyvergyar in Budapest Hungary for the Austro-Hungarian military.  This one is unit marked on the disk in the grip; 6.E.  Accompaning it is an original stripper clip, which is very hard to find, and what we believe to be an epilet off an Austrian uniform.  This is undoubtably a WWI trophy "bring back".  The pistol's blue finish is an old restoration that was well done.  All the markings are clear with sharp edges, and overall the pistol has a nice look to it. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Steyr Pistol.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Rees 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: M15-1011

 Belgian Model of 1880, Gasser Pat., Cal. 44-40/44WCF           SOLD:  $950
One of the many European revolvers made in the latter 19th century based on the famous Gasser Patent.  This one was made in Belgium, apparently for export to the U.S., since the top of the barrel is stamped "FOR .44 WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE".  The grips are smooth bone, contemporary with the age of the gun.  The exterior of the gun shows about 50% of the original blue finish, but the spring on the right unlocking lever is missing.  Overall, the gun is excellent, untouched condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Model 1880.  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:  CBP14-154

 Ruger No. 1A, Stainless, Cal. .257 Roberts                   SOLD:  $1,225
New in box Ruger No. 1A in stainless steel, chambered in .257 Roberts.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ruger 1A.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-921

 Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon, .31 Cal.              SOLD:  $7,500
This is a very early 4 inch gun, serial number 450, in a Paterson type case with the beveled or raised panel lid, with flask, bullet mold and cap tin.  The flask is double faced, marked "Colt's Patent".  These cases were transition boxes with partitions, but were not used after 1850 and are very hard to find today.  The gun shows traces of original finish, especially the silver on the grip straps, and very nice grips.  There is some cylinder scene remaining and all other markings are crisp and clear.  A nice example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this engraved Colt Baby Dragoon.  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: C-BM

 Colt Double Action Model of 1878, Cal. 44/40, Shipped to Collow Row Bill             SOLD:  $ 13,500
This Colt Double Action, etched panel, Model of 1878 was shipped to Collow Row Bill on July 21, 1883.  We cannot find anything about him, but he must have been an exhibition shooter in his day.  Gun is fitted with factory installed ivory grips, is nickel finished, and is inscribed on the back-strap "COLLOW ROW BILL" and "Champion Pistol Shot of America".  Included is a factory letter attesting to the grips, finish, and who it was shipped to.  An interesting Colt 1878.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1878.  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: 

 Colt Officers Model Target (third Issue), Cal. 38 Special              SOLD:  $695
The Colt Officers Model Target (Third Issue) was made from 1927 to 1949.  The guns were fitted with a 4, 4 1/2, 5, 6, or 7 1/2 inch barrel, adjustable front and rear sight, blue finish only, checkered walnut grips, and were chambered in .22LR, .32 Colt, or .38 Special.  This gun is as described and is chambered in .38 Special and fitted with a 6 inch barrel.  It is in excellent condition,  retaining 97-98% of its original blue fiinsh, with some thinning on the sharp edges of the barrel, cylinder, and frame.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The grips are also in excellent condition, with only a few minor handlng dings.  This would be a great shooter/collectable.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Officers Model Target.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-793

 Stevens Model 414 Armory Model, Cal. .22 LR                 SOLD:  $950
The Stevens No. 414 Amory Model was manufactured from 1912 to 1932.  The rifles were fitted with a 26 inch barrel, equipped with a Lyman aperture sight, were lever action, and were chambered in either .22 LR or .22 Short.  The gun is as described and is chambered in .22 LR.  It is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original color case-hardening on the frame, most all of its original blue on the barrel, and it retains most all of its original finish on its stock and forearm, with only some assorted handling marks and dings.  The color case-hardened finish on the lever and butt-plate has disappeared to leave a silver finish.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Stevens Rifle.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-1005

 Remington Model 90-T High Rib., 12 Gauge                   SOLD:  $1,795
This is the first 90-T that we have ever had.  Remington only made this Model for six years (1992-1997).  It has a 34 inch barrel with the adjustable high rib feature.  The stock has both an adjustable comb and recoil pad.  The condition is excellent and looks like it was used very little.  There is only a slight amount of wear to the blue on the bottom of the receiver.  It is priced below Blue Book value. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington Model 90-T.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Rees 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:  M15-935

 Remington Model 1871 Pistol, Cal. .50 CF               SOLD:  $1,595
The last of the single shot martial pistols, this Model 1871 Remington rolling block is chambered .50 CF with an 8 inch barrel.  Approximately 5,000 were purchased by the U.S. Government and have a inspectors cartouche on the left grip, "CRS", for Curtis R. Slicknet.  This gun is 100% original and retains 80% plus original blue on the barrel and about 50% vivid color case-hardening on the receiver.  The bore is absolutely perfect and the walnut grips show use, but only minor wear.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington Model 1871.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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:  CBP15-109

 Winchester Model 1890 Rifle, Cal. .22 Long                SOLD:  $795
Just received the nice used but not abused Winchester Model 1890.  The rifle is fitted with a 24 inch barrel, of take-down configuration, walnut forearm and stock with steel crescent butt-plate, and is chambered in .22 Long.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions smoothly.  Would make a great shooter. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 1890.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: CM15-1008

 Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless 1st Model, Cal. .32 S&W                SOLD:  $750
The S&W .32 Safety Hammerless First Model (Lemon Squeezer) was made from 1888 to 1902.  The small 5-shot revolvers were double action only, fitted with a 2, 3, 3 1/4, 3 1/2, or 6 inch round barrel, blue or nickel finish, and fitted with black hard rubber grips.  This gun is as described, is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, pearl grips, and is nickel finished.  It retains all of its original nickel finish, with only some assorted minor handling marks.  The bore is shootable, with sharp rifling, but does have some spotting.  The left pearl grip panel fits well and is very nice, the right panel is cracked and chipped.  The actions functions perfectly.  A good looking gun.  Includes a period correct holster made by maker I cannot read and patent dated 1872.
 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Safety Hammerless.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: BP-95

 DWM 1918 Artillery Luger, Cal. 9mm                 SOLD:  $3,650 
This is a totally original and completely matching (including the magazine) Artillery Luger, chambered dated 1918.  Finding a nearly 100 year old Artillery Luger with and original matching magazine is highly unusual.  Being built in 1918, near the end of thee war, and being in such good condition, it must not have ever been issued.  The blue and straw are excellent.  The grips show some wear to the checkering especially on the right side, but htere are no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright and shiny.  This is really a nice Artillery and would be an asset to anyone's collection.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Luger.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: 

 Winchester Model 62, Cal. 22 S, L, LR                 SOLD:  $850
The Model 62 Winchester is a later/modern version of the Winchester model 1890.  They were made from 1932 to 1958, with over 409,000 manufactured.  The little slide action rifles were fitted with a 23 inch round or oxtagon barrel, full blue finished, and were chambered in .22 S, L, & LR interchangeably.  This rifle retains most all of its original blue finish with some thinning from the forearm rubbing against the barrel, and assorted handling marks and minor spotting.  The stock and forearm retain all of their original finish with only some minor handling marks and dings.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions as new.  A very nice Winchester Model 62, would be a great collectable or shooter, or both.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Model 62.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: M15-960

 Reid "My Friend"  7-Shot Revolver Deringer/Knuckle Duster                SOLD:  $1,050
Unique looking 7-shot personal protection derringer.  It disassembles/assembles easily, and is fully functional, even the manual safety works.  The gun is nicely engraved and it stands out sharply, even though the frame has lost most all of its original sliver finish, check out the checkered back-strap.  The cylinder/barrel retains about 40% of its original blue fiinsh.  It is all numbers matching.  If all else fails, it turns into a brass knuckle.  A very nice example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this "My Friend" Pistol.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles 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: CBP15-121

 Smith & Wesson Model 10-6, Cal. .38 Special                      SOLD:  $495
Here is a Smith & Wesson Model 10, blue finished, fitted with a heavy 4 inch barrel, and chambered in .38 Special.  It originally would have had service grips fitted, but now has the Smith & Wesson checkered target grips.  It is in near excellent condition, retaining about 96-98% of its original blue finish, with some thinning on its sharp edges.  The hammer and trigger retain most all of their original color case-hardening.  The grips look to have been refinished and have a dent on the bottom of the butt and some chipping around the border of the checkering.  These heavy barrel Model 10's are getting harder to find.
 2nd Generation Colt Single Action 125th Anniversary Commemorative, Cal. .45 LC                  SOLD: $1,595
The 125th Anniversary Colt SAA Commemorative was manufactured in 1961 to celebrate the 125th birthday of Colt Manufacturing.  There were 7,390 of these guns made with this one being the 3,450th one made.  It is new/unfired and comes in its original wood presentation case. It retains all of its original finishes, with the exception of a spot on the left side of the hammer.  The wood presetation cas is in excellent condition, with only a few very minor handling marks.  Also included is a 125th Anniversary key chain.  I feel these are sleepers of the Colt SAA's, especially since they are 2nd Generation guns.
 WW II Vintage U.S. Property M-8 FLARE GUN PYROTHECHNIC PISTOL 37mm               SOLD:  $150
WW II U.S. Army Air Corp. M-8 Flare Gun/Pistol, pyrothecnic pistol, 37 mm.  "M, S.W.C. (McInery Spring & Wire Co. ) U.S. Property, Pistol Pyrotechnic, M8" stamped in the triangle on the righthand side of the gun. "Serial No. 246392", stamped on the backstrap. Crossed Canon and letter "P" proof stamped on the butt of the grip. Gun is in all original condition, has lost most all of its original finish, in perfect working order.  No FFL required.  Real conversation piece.
 Remington Model 16 "C" Special Grade, Cal. 22 Remington Automatic            SOLD:  $850
According to the "Blue Book" this rifle was only made between 1914 and 1928.  This "Special Grade" is quite rare and in 41 years we have never seen another.  it has deluxe wood and checkering which is not found on the standard grade.  It also has presentation engraving on the receiver: LEE HUNT TAYLOR, ITHACA, N.Y. Sept. 23, 1946.  It would be interewsting to find out more about Mr. Taylor.  The other special features is a special order Lyman tang sight that would have to be unique to this model rifle.  Unfortunately the metal is an old reblue, and shows some pitting of the metal under the blue.  This rifle is rare enough to be collectable as is, but it could be refinished again with a proper rust blue to enhance its value.
 Sturm Ruger P94 with Integral Tac-Star Laser Sight, Cal. 9mm          SOLD:  $695
New in the box Ruger P94 with Integral Tac-Star Laser Sight. These are somewhat rare, having been manufactured in 1994 only, reportedly only 1,836 were manufactured.  The laser works perfectly, as does the action on the gun.  Pistol comes with its original box and all paper-work.  You don't see one of these very often.
 Colt Single Action Army, 2nd Generation, Cal. 45LC              SOLD:  $3,250
Manufactured in 1971, this 4 3/4 inch barrel 45 is absolutely in like new condition.  It appears unfired and has no drag line or scratches on the cylinder.  The stagecoach box is in near perfect condition and it has the warranty card, the manual, and the yellow hanging tag.  Serial number is 60xxxSA.  It would be hard to improve on the condition of this 2nd Generation Colt SAA.
 Smith & Wesson Model 34, Cal. 22LR            SOLD:  $750
Boxed S&W Model 34 Kit Gun, chambered in .22 LR.  The gun retains most all of its orignal blue finish, with some assorted minor handling marks and some minor thinning on the sharp edges of the barrel and cylinder.  Comes with all paper-work and screw driver.
Pair of Trade Pistols                   SOLD:  $1,650
A nice pair of antique brass barrel flint pistols, circa 1800, marked "KETLAND", but made in Belgium.  The Ketland family of English gun makers was famous for high quality firearms through out the 18th and early 19th Century.  One of the sons, Thomas, immagrated to the Philadelphia area in the late 1700's and founded Ketland & Co., maker of fine guns and gun parts for the trade.  While these guns were not made by Ketlan, but by some unknown Belgian maker, they are still of good quality and have survived in excellent working condition.  they are 100% original and idebtical in configuration.  The brass barrels are 7 3/4 inches in length and are approximately .60 caliber.  Guns of this type are generally referred to as "Trade Guns", and they very often carry the name of more famous makers.
 Engraved Winchester Model 21, 16 Gauge              SOLD:  $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.

 

 Joseph Manton & Sons, London England, Double Percussion Shotgun                SOLD:  $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.
 Smith & Wesson Model 25, 45 Cal. Model 1955, cal. 45 ACP            SOLD:  $1,250
Beautiful S&W Model 25 (known as the Model 1955) fitted with a 6 1/2 inch barrel, patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, factory checkered wood target grips with S&W medallions, target hammer and trigger, and chambered in .45 ACP.  This is a 99%+ gun, with only a turn mark on the cylinder.  Appears to have been test fired only, with a perfect bore and a tight and perfect functioning action.  Includes a S&W presentation case with all assecories except the cleaning brush, and as is usual, the liner is cracked at the end of the barrel and rear sight.  The case itself is in great condition, with few handling marks.  Also comes with all paper-work and 4 Wilson moon clips.
 Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight, Cal. 270 Win.              SOLD:  $1,595 
The Winchester Model 70 Featherweight was a ligtened version of the standard Model 70.  The rifles were fitted iwth a 22 or 26 inch barrel, aluminum trigger guard and floorplate, and were chambered in .243 Win., .264 Win. Mag., .270 Win., .308 Win., .30-06, or .358 Win..  They were made from 1952 to 1963, in serial number range, 206626 to 581471.  This 1960 vintage Featherweight is as described and is chambered in .270 Win. and fitted with a 22 inch barrel.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish, with only some thinning on the bolt and sharp edges.  The floorplate and trigger guard retain about 95% of their original finish, with thinning on the sharp edges.  The checkered stock is in excellent condition, retaining all of its original finish, with only a few very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A great example of its type.
 Original WWII Inland M1 Carbine, Cal. .30 Carbine                   SOLD:  $1,950
A late WWII Inland Carbine, dated 12/44, in the 6,698,xxx serial range.  It's original to that date, with all the new type III updates, including bayonet lug, adjustable rear sight, round bolt, and flip safety.  Stock is properly marked with the large ordnance wheel on the right side of the stock, and "IO" in the sling slot.  There is no "P" proof which would indicate arsenal refinishing.  Overall, the gun retains approximately 85% original finish and a near perfect bore.  These are becoming difficult to find in this untouched condition.

 

 Remington 700 BDL Varmit Special, Cal. 22-250                 SOLD:  $850
This rifle was manufactured in 1986 and is in excellent original condition.  The blue is 98% with only minor wear on the trigger guard and floorplate.  The bore is excellent and the wood stock has some minor scratches and scuff marks.  It is scoped with a Tasco 6x24 x 40 scope with AO and a Leupold one piece base and rings.  Remington has not made this configuration since 1994, so not only is this rifle a fine shooter but it has also become very collectible.
 Colt Police Positive Target, Cal. 22LR              SOLD:  $995
The Colt Police Positive Target Model (Second Issue, Model "C") 6-shot revolvers were made from 1926 to 1941.  They were fitted with a 6 inch barrel, adjustable rear and front sights, checkered walnut grips, were either blue or nickel finished, and were chambered in .22LR, .22 WRF, .32 Colt, or .32 New Police.  This gun is as described, is blue finished and chambered in .22 LR.  It is in excellent condition, retaining 98-99% of its original blue fiinsh, with some minor thinning on the sharp edges of the barrel, cylinder, and frame.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions smoothly, appears to have been fired very little.  All screw heads are un-molested, including the very small sight screws.  The grips have a few minor handling dings on the butt/bottom only, no chips or cracks.  An excellent example of its type, a very attractive little Colt Target .22.
 F.N. Mauser Sporter Delux, Cal. .220 Swift               SOLD:  $550
F.N. made some of the finest Mauser rifles that were ever made for commercial sales.  This sporter was made between 1947 and 1963, and it was during this time that F.N. was making the Safari Grade Browning rifles that are nearly identical.  The .220 Swift was the fastest caliber for many years at around 4,000 FPS, and it is rarely found in this model.  This rifle has an attractive custom stock with a European style similar to an Anschutz.  The bore is excellent and the blueing is nearly perfect except for a small area on the top of the barrel where a rear sight may have been mounted at one time.  All in all a very desirable rifle in a great varmit caliber.
 Colt Police Positive Target, Cal. .32              SOLD:  $1,250 
Starting in 1925 Colt produced the Police Positive .32 Target Model on the new heavier frame.  They stopped production 10 years later in 1935 with a total production of only 3,351, compared to the 15,741 of the .22 heavy frame target revolvers.  That makes this varient one of the lowest production revolvers made by Colt.  This example was made in 1932 when the USA's economy was in a depression and not many shooters could afford such a nice revolver.  The overall condition is excellent with a mint bore, nearly perfect grips and 98% blue.  It does have a few very minor isloated rust specks on the frame that are visable in the pictures.  It would be hard to improve on this target model for either the collector or target shooter.

 

 Smith & Wesson Model 36-7 Lady Smith, Cal. 38 Special            SOLD:  $495
Smith & Wesson Model 36-7 Lady Smith fitted with a 2 inch barrel and smooth laminated grips with S&W medallions.  the 5-shot revolver retains about 99%+ of its original blue finish, with only a drag line on the cylinder.  It appears to have been fired very little, the bore is bright and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Comes with its original S&W Lady Smith pistol rug, sorry, no paper-work.
 Winchester Model 1866 Rifle, Cal. .44 Rim Fire           SOLD:  $13,500
The Winchester 1866 was made from 1866 to 1898, with about 170,101 manufactured.  The guns were made in rifle and carbine configuration, of which 4 distinct Models were made, with the carbines being equipped with 20 inch barrels, and rifles equipped with a 24 or 27 inch (Musket) barrel.  This 1866 Rifle is a Third Model, is equipped with a 24 inch barrel and is chambered in .44 Rim Fire.  It is in original condition and appears to be in above average condition, with no restoration or modifications made to the wood or metal.  The bore is shootable with sharp rifling, but is somewhat rough from minor surface corrosion, and the action is tight and operates perfectly.  A good looking 1866, and a nice example of its type.
 Mauser "Banner" Standard Modell, Like K98, Cal. 8mm              SOLD:  $2,000
Very nice example of its type, a Mauser "Banner" Standard Modell rifle manufactured sometime in the early to mid 1930's.  Overall this all numbers matching gun retains about 70-80% of its original blue finish and the wood retains most of its original finish, with only some minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions as new.  These rifles are exactly like the military version K98, with the exception of not having the military inspection stamps, possibly a little nicer finish, and the addition of a lower rear sling swivel on the stock.
 Browning Hi-Power, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $1,250
Lightly used Browning Hi-Power Pistol, manufactured in 1972 in Belgium, assembled in Portugal.  The pistol has the round style serrated hammer and comes with a un-numbered Browning Box.  Gun is in almost like new condition, with minimum able wear.  Good looking Hi-Power.
 Winchester Model 1885, Cal. .38/40               SOLD:  1,500
A nice original example of the popular "High Wall" Winchester single shot, this 30 inch octagon barrel rifle was manufactured in 1888.  While very little finish remains, the bore is good, the action smooth, and the metal surfaces have a pleasing gery-brown patina.  It is chambered for the .38 WCF, or 38/40 cartridge, which was very popular in the Model 1873 Winchester and the Colt Single Action Army revolver.  The previous owner hunts with vintage Winchesters, and has taken white tail deer with this gun.
 Colt Police Positive, Cal. .38 Special               SOLD:  $750
A very nice, 1969 vintage, Colt Police Positive chambered in .38 Special.  The gun is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips with silver Colt medallions, and is blue finished.  It retains 99%+ of its original blue finish, with only a few minor handling marks and a light turn line on the cylinder.  The grips are like new in condition.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly and locks up very tight.  Comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.  They are new/unfired/unturned.
 Colt Python "Elite", Cal. .357 Magnum             SOLD:  $4,495
Test fired only, an as new Colt Python "Elite" fitted with a 6 inch barrel, chambered in .357 Magnum.  The gun is 99%+ with only a very faint turn line on the cylinder.  It comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.  Fantastic looking Python, gorgeous fit and finish.
 Smith & Wesson Model 51, .22 Magnum               SOLD:  $850
This is a standard S&W Model 51, fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, adjustable rear sight, checkered wood grips with S&W medallions, is blue finished, square butt, and is chambered in .22 Magnum.  It is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  It retains 99% of its original blue, with only a turn line on the cylinder and some very minor thinning at the muzzle.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The grips are in very fine condition and retain all of their original finish, with only some assorted handling marks.  These are getting hard to find, especially in this condition.
 Smith & Wesson Model 952 Performance Center, Cal. 9mm                SOLD:  $2,650
Hard to find S&W Model 952-2 Performance Center handgun, chambered in 9mm.  The pistol is fitted with a 5 inch barrel, checkered wood grips with the S&W logo lazer engraved into them, adjustable rear sight, wide smooth trigger, and constructed of Stainless Steel.  It has been fired, but from its great appearance, very little.  Pistol comes with its Performance Center Case, 4 magazines, and all paper-work.  An attractive S&W semi-auto pistol.
 Springfield Model 1873 Rifle, # 71601, Cal. 45-70 Govt.             SOLD: 
This 1873 Model Springfield "Trapdoor" is one of very few that remains in original configuration.  Most were taken out of service and/or upgraded with improved sights, three click tumblers, redesigned cleaning rods, etc..  This gun, manufactured in 1876-77 was originally assembled with the then newly designed short wrist, and long comb stock, inspected by Erskine Allen, and so marked with his oval cartouche.  The gun retains approximately 85% of its original finish, has a near perfect bore, and is tight and crisp.  It is totally 100% original.  Of further interest, is was supposedly given to one Albert Ross, Admiral USN by his friend and hunting companion, Theodore Roosevelt (please see attached affidavitts ).  It is reported to be one of two given by President Roosevelt, the other being serial number 71618, both from Fort Trumbull, CT., and only 17 numbers apart.
 Colt Lawman MK III, Cal. .357 Magnum              SOLD:  $850
The Colt Lawman MK III was made from 1969 to 1983.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with either a 2 or 4 inch barrel, either a unshrouded or shrouded ejector rod, fixed sights, checkered walnut grips, blue or nickel finish, and were chambered in .357 Magnum.  This gun is as described and is fitted with a 2 inch barrel, with a unshrouded ejector rod, and is blue finished.  The gun is in like new condition, with only a drag line on the cylinder.  It has been shot, but very little from its appearance.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box.  Tough looking Colt .357 Magnum snubby.
 Colt Python, 4 Inch Barrel, Cal. .357 Magnum             SOLD:  $3,250
As new, 1969 vintage, Colt Python with 4 inch barrel and blue finish.  Gun comes with its orignal numbered to the gun box, Colt screwdiver, and manual.  Beautiful gun.
 Remington Model 572SB/Routledge  Fieldmaster 22 LR Shot                SOLD:  $595
Unusual Remington Model 572SB/Routledge 22 LR pump action smoothbore.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining about 99% of its original finishes, with only some very minor handling marks.  Nice little Remington.
 Arisaka Type 97 Japanese Sniper, WWII, Cal. 6.5x50 Arisaka                  SOLD:  $2,495
The Type 97 Sniper Rifle is a Japanese bolt-action rifle, based on the Type 38 Rifle. Following the standard practice of the time, it was adapted from an existing infantry rifle. The only difference between this rifle and the original Type 38 is that it had a lightened stock, a single-action hammer, a 2.5 power telescopic sight and a mid-band setup for a monopod, although later models had this deleted. The rifle entered service in 1937. When fired, the mild 6.5x50mm Arisaka cartridge gave off little flash or smoke and made counter-sniper activity difficult. The lack of flash and smoke comes from the length of the barrel; a 797 millimetres (31.4 in) long barrel allows cartridge propellant to fully burn and attain the optimum combination of accuracy and bullet velocity. The scope was offset to the left, to allow stripper clip loading. Like other Mauser pattern rifles, it has a five round box magazine. The rifle can be loaded with either a 5 round stripper clip, or single rounds.
The Type 97 was manufactured at the Nagoya Arsenal and Kokura Arsenal, with the bulk of them made in Nagoya, Japan.
 

 

 Rampant Colt Sculpture                  SOLD:  $8,995
Sculpted and crafted in the 1970's by the late Tom Haas, Sr., this large Rampant Colt bronze was the pilot model used to cast 70 to 80 copies of the famous Colt Firearms Trademark.  The brass plaque is inscribed "The Rampant Colt, M, Original Pilot Model", and there are two crossed Texas Paterson revolovers depicted in the base.  It measures 26 inches in length, 21 inches in height, and 9 1/2 inches in width, and weighs approximately 35 pounds.  Two copies of the original have recently sold at auction for over $7,500 each.
 Smith & Wesson .32 Safety Hammerless First Model (Lemon Squeezer)               SOLD :  $850
The S&W .32 Safety Hammerless First Model (Lemon Squeezer) was made from 1888 to 1902, with approximately 91,417 manufactured.  The guns were of .32 S&W caliber, double action only, 5-shot fluted cylinder, 2, 3, 3 1/4, 3 1/2, or 6 inch barrel, blue or nickel finish, and fitted with black rubber grips.  This 1895 vintage Lemon Squeezer is as described and is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, nickel finished, and has pearl grips.  The gun retains all of its original nickel finish, with some spotting.  The trigger retains most all of its original color case-hardened finish and the trigger guard about 80% of its original blue finish.  The gun is all numbers matching.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling (which is almost unheard of in these type of guns) and the action functions perfectly.  The pearl grips are fitted to the gun very well (factory ?) and have a pleasing appearance.

 

 Browning Auto Rifle, Grade I, Cal. 22LR           SOLD:  $795
This is a nice Belgium rifle made prior to 1961 and has the desirable "wheel" rear sight found only on the early model.  The blue is excellent and the bore is perfect.  There are a couple of small dents in the wood stock, but overall a very nice piece of wood.
 Pair of Colt Single Action Army Revolvers, Class "C" Engraved, Consecutive               SOLD:  $8,750
Just received this pair of Colt Single Action Army Revolvers, consecutive serial numbered, matching Factory Class "C" engraved, fitted with 4 3/4 inch barrels, Rosewood grips with Colt Custom Shop Medallions, and chambered in .44 Special.  The guns come in Factory Colt Custom Shop Presentation Cases and a factory letter confirming their engraving, caliber, grips fitted, and destination and date shipped.  A beautiful set, rarely found in this configuration.
 Smith & Wesson Model 15, Nickel Finish, Cal. .38 Special             SOLD:  $795
Very nice S&W Model 15 in the rare nickel finish. It is in near mint condition, appearing to having been factory test fired only.  Retains all of its nickel finish, with only a very slight drag line on the cylinder.  There are a couple of chips in the nickel finish on the cylinder, see picture. Comes with its original box and all paper-work.  A gorgeous gun.
 Danish M47 Madsen Rifle, Cal. 30-06                  SOLD:  $895
Made for the South American country of Columbia, they were one of the last bolt action rifles made for military use.  It was not a popular design due to the fact that most military rifles were semi-automatic by that time.  This rifle is "Brand New".  It is full of cosmoline and we are sure that it is unfired.  It even comes with a mint matching serial numbered bayonet.  It would be impossibel to improve on!
 S/42 (Mauser) Luger 1938 Date, WWII Vintage, Cal. 9mm             SOLD
The Nazi war machine was in full swing in 1938 and they produced around 100,000 Lugers that year.  This example in in excellent original condition with a mint bore an 97% blue finish, with theonly visable wear on the high edges that rub on the inside of the holster.  it comes complete with a 1939 dated holster and two un-numbered fxo extruded magazines.  These magazines by them selves would sell in the $150 range each.  This rig was some WWII GI's war trophy and was very well taken care of.
 Smith & Wesson Model 17, Cal. 22LR              SOLD:  $950
Boxed Smith & Wesson Model 17 (K22), equipped with a 6 inch barrel, blue finished, and fitted with S&W accessory target grips.  This is a 1970's vintage Model 17.  It is a 99% gun, retaining most all of its original bright blue finish, with only some very minor thinning at the muzzle of the barrel, a turn line on the cylinder, and some very minor handling marks.  The bore is excellent, the action is tight and functions great, appearing to have been fired little.  The grips are in near excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.  These 6-guns are great shooters.
 Ruger Mark II NRA Bill Ruger Endowment, Cal. 22LR              SOLD:  $475
As new Ruger Mark II Bill NRA Ruger Endowment (1916-2002) Pistol with its original box, 2 magazines, and all pare-work.
 Pair of Colt Nickel Finished Scouts in Colt Presentation Case, Cal. .22 LR & Mag.              SOLD:  $1,695
Pair of Colt Scouts with both their 22 LR and Magnum cylinders inset into a wood Colt Custom Presentation Case.  The guns have been shot, but from their appearance, very little.  Would rate the guns at 99%+, since they both retain all of their original finishes, with only some minor surface scrathes.
 Smith & Wesson Model 27, Cal. 357 Magnum, Presentation Case              SOLD:  $1,250
The Cadillac of .357 Magnum handguns, here is a beautiful, 1970's vintage, S&W Model 27 fitted with a 6 inch barrel, patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, factory checkered wood target grips with S&W medallions, target hammer and trigger, and chambered in .357 Magum.  This is a 99%+ gun, with only a minor turn line on the cylinder.  Appears to have been test fired only, with a perfect bore and a tight and perfect functioning action.  Includes a nice mahagany S&W presentation case with all assecories   The case itself is in great condition, with a few minor handling marks.  Also comes with all paper-work.  A very nice example of its type.
 Colt Diamondback, Cal. 38 Special            SOLD: $2,095
Nice Colt Diamondback with its original numbered to the gun box.  The 6-shot revolver is fitted with a 2 1/2 inch barrel and service checkered walnut grips, with silver "Rampant Colt' medallions.  It retains about 98-99% of its oriignal blue fiinsh, with only some minor thinning at the muzzle, a drag line on the cylinder, and some minor handling marks.  The grips are like new.  The bore is bright and the action is very tight and functions perfectly.

 

 Winchester Model 61, Cal. 22LR               SOLD:  $1,250
The Winchester Model 61 was made from 1932 to 1963, with approximately 350,000 manufactured.  This 1941 vintage Model 61 is in excellent original condition, retaining most all of its original blue, with some thinning on some of its sharp edges and some handling marks. The stock and forearm retain all of their original finish, with some minor handling marks, and all screw heads are unmolested.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Nice little Winchester 61.
 Smith & Wesson Model 24, Cal. 44 Special            SOLD:  $1,250
The Smith & Wesson Model 24 (second issue) was made in 1983 only, with 7,500 manufactured.  The 6-shot revolvers could be ordered with a 4, 5, 5 1/2, or 6 1/2 inch barrel, bright blue finish only, fitted with Goncalo Alves target grips, barrel and frame were not pinned, and chambered in .44 Special.  This gun is as described and is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, of which only 2,625 were manufactured.  The gun retains all of its original blue finish, with only a turn line on the cylinder.  The grips are nicely figured and are in as new condition.  Guns comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, S&W screw driver, cleaning rod with brush and mop, and all paper-work.  Rare S&W model.
 Colt Detective Special, Cal. .38 Special             SOLD:  $800
A very nice example of its type, this 2 inch barrel Colt Detective Special is in excellent condition, retaining about 99% of its original blue finish, with only a very faint drag line on the cylinder.  The gun has been shot, but from its appearance, very little. A good looking Colt.
 Winchester Model 71, Cal. 348 W.C.F.              SOLD:  $1,495
A nice used, but not abused Winchester Model 71, chambered in .348 W.C.F..  This is a 2nd year 1936 standard production model featuring a 24 inch barrel, 2/3 tube magazine, pistol grip stock with curved lever, checkered steel butt-plate, and this one has a receiver mounted peep sight.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  This is the long tang version, of which only the early models were manufactured with.
 Double Date 1916/1920 WWI   DWM Luger, Cal. 9mm             SOLD:  $1,150
Nice WWI vintage DWM double dated 1916/1920 Luger.  The pistol is all numbers matching, including both grips, except for the magazine and toggle.  The original finish is thinning evenly overall and the grips are in good condition, with chip above the mag release.  The bore is a little frosty, with sharp rifling, and the action functions smoothly.  A great looking Luger, would make a good shooter.
 S/42 (Mauser) Luger, 1936 Dated, Cal. 9mm           SOLD:  $1,895
The S/42 (Mauser manufactured) Lugers were equipped with a 4 inch barrel, are military inspection stamped, were chamber dated 1936 to 1940, and were chambered in 9mm Luger.  This 1936 chamber dated Luger is as described and is all numberes matching, except for the magazine.  The gun retains about 90 to 92% of its original finish, its bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A nice Luger, obviously used very little.
 Ithaca 1911A1, WWII Vintage, Cal. 45ACP             SOLD:   $2,150
The Ithaca 1911A1 handguns were made from 1943 to 1945, with 369,129 manufactured.  This is an excellent example of its type, appearing to have had very little use.  All stampings are sharp, the bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A great looking 1911A1.
 Colt Government Model MK IV 1911, Cal. 38 Super             SOLD:  $1,250
Unfired Colt Government Model MK IV 1911 pistol, chambered in 38 Super.  The pistol comes with its original Colt box, numbered to the gun, and all paper-work.
 Soviet SKS Registered Vietnam War Trophy, Cal. 7.62x39             SOLD:  $995
Unusual find, a Vietnam era, registered War Trophy, Soviet manufactured SKS chambered in 7.62x39.  The rifle comes with all documentation required to bring back to the U.S. in October-December 1971.  Consists of the Registration of War Trophy Firearms Form (pictured), Firearms Registration Form, War Trophy Registration/Authorization Form,, Reguest for Firearms Export License Forms (pictured), the Issue of Temporary Export License for War Trophy Firearms (pictured), Transporting Firearms (Temporary Export Permit), and a Request and Authorization for Permanent Change of Station-Military Form.  The rifle is all numbers matching, exept for the dust cover.  It is in used condition, with many handling marks and the metal has turned overall to a blue/brown patina.  The bore is bright with decent rifling, but the lands have some corrosion.  A fantastic addition to a Vietnam War or SKS collection.
 Colt Mustang Pocketlite, Cal. 380 ACP          SOLD:  $595
Like new Colt Mustang Pocketlite with Colt Laser Max red dot sight system.  Pistol comes with 2 magazines, manual, and numbered to the gun box.
 Winchester Model 37 Red Label, .410 Gauge           SOLD:  $550
Nice Winchester Model 37 Red Label single shot .410 Gauge shotgun.  About a 98% gun with a bright bore and perfect functioning action.  The wood stock and forearm retain all of their original finish with some assorted minor handling marks.  All screw heads are un-molested and all stampings are crisp.  Nice looking Model 37.
 Colt 1849 Pocket Model, .31 Cal.              SOLD:  $1,150
1863 vintage Colt 1849 Pocket Model fitted with a 4 inch barrel.
 Colt Single Action Army, 1st Generation, Factory Ivory Grips, Cal.                  SOLD:  $7,500
This gun, serial number 28746, was shipped to B. Kittridge & Co., Cincinnati, OH in July 1876, in a crate of 25 similar guns.  All were fitted with ivory stocks and chambered in 45 Long Colt.  At this time, B. Kittridge was one of five large distributors known as thee "Allies".  The other four were all located in New York City, but all five agreed to take unopened cases of either 25 or 50 revolvers, and in return, they received an additional discount from Colt.  All guns in these large cases were shipped with blue finish and either wood or ivory grips.  Depending upon demand, thee "Allies" would then change the finish on some from the standard blue to bright nickel.  Hammers were usually left with their color case-hardened finish, and the screws, triggers and cylinder pins were left blue.  This made for a very attractive gun, and the nickel finish was more durable than the blue.  Many grips were changed by individual owners tosuite their fancy, but probably not more than 5% were shipped from Colt with factory ivory grips.  This is an all original Peacemaker from that period, that is still in excellent working condition with no additions or subtractions since it left B. Kittridge in 1876, with original, one piece, factory ivory grips.  A Colt Historical Letter accompanies the gun.
 Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army, Factory Pearl Grips, Cal. 38-40           SOLD :  $ 6,750
This turn of the century Single Action, serial number 210723 was shipped from the factory in 1901 to customer in St. Paul, MN.  Although used, it is an excellent example of an original nickel plated Colt of the period with factory blue screws and blue cylinder pin.  In addition, this gun was ordered with two piece mother of pearl grips which fit very well on the gun today and are in excellent condition.  On the back-strap is engraved the name, "Ewing L. Rafferty", and while this is not mentioned in the factory letter, the quality and the style of the work appears to be factory original.  To find a gun like this today is very rare.  Normally, the pearl has been chipped or broken, and have usually been replaced long ago with something more durable.  This is an attractive, 100% honest Colt, that is still crisp and tight. 
 Smith & Wesson M&P Hand Ejector, Cal. 38 Special              SOLD:  $450
The Smith & Wesson .38 Military & Police (Model of 1905-4th Change) handguns were manufactured from 1915 to 1942. with approximately 758,296 made.  The guns could be fitted with either a 2, 4, 5, or 6 inch barrel, blue or nickel finish, 6-shot fluted cylinder, and were chambered in .38 Special.  This M&P is fitted with a 5 inch barrel and checkered wood grips with S&W medallions. It retains about 60-70% of its original blue finish, the bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions well.  The grips are attractive, with their S&W medallions, and they have no cracks or chips. 
 Smith & Wesson Model 686 Distinguished Combat Magnum, Cal. 357 Magnum            SOLD:  $595
One of the first Model 686's manufactured (serial # AAB8xx), this square butt 4 inch barrel Distinguished Combat Magnum is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  Comes with its original box, screwdriver, cleaning rod/brush/mop, and all paper-work.
 Colt Delta Elite, Cal. 10mm             SOLD:  $1,125
The Colt Delta Elite was manufactured from 1987 to 1996.  The 1911 based pistols were fitted with 5 inch barrels, black neoprene grips with Delta Elite Logo, high profile 3-dot sights, blue finish, a 8-round magazine, and were chambered in the hot 10mm round.  This Delta Elite is as described and has a extended safety/ambi safety installed.  The pistol retains about 99% of its original blue finish with thinning on the safety levers and some sharp edges of the frame and slide.  Note: The right grip has been cut to accomadate the ambi safety.  Includes its orignal numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.
 Smith & Wesson Model 617, Cal. 22LR           SOLD:  $700
Very nice Smith & Wesson Model 617, no-lock, 22 LR caliber, 6-shot revolver.  The 6 inch barrel gun comes with its original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.  Has aftermarket Pachmayer grips installed, sorry, no factory grips. These are hard to find in this configuration.
1917 Luger DWM Artillery, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $3,495
The DWM Luger Artillery was manufactured from 1914 to 1918, the height of World War I.  This 1917 Artillery is a very nice example of its type, retaining about 95-98% of its original blue finish.  All straw finished parts retain most all of their original finish.  The grips number to the gun and are in excellent condition and the screws are unmolested.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  This is a all numbers matching gun, except for the magazine, which is from a 1920 Commercial (no number on the wood base).  A fantastic Luger Artillery, would make a wonderful addition to a WWI or Luger collection.
 Marble Arms Model 1908 Game Getter, Cal. 22LR over 44 Shot/Round ball             SOLD:  $2,950
The Marble Arms Model 1908 Game Getter was made from 1909 to 1918, with approximately 9,981 manufactured.  The guns were chambered in .22 Long Rifle for the upper barrel and the bottom barrel could be ordered for the .44 round ball or .44 shot, 2 inch 410, 25-20 or 32-20.  Standard barrel lengths were 12 inch, 15 inch, or 18 inch, with the option of an 8 inch, 10 inch, 17 inch or 22 inch.  Most were shipped with the round tubular folding stock. A pivoting striker on the hammer was used to select the barrel to be used, and the tip up barrels were opened by pressing the trigger guard to the rear.  The top frame of the barrel featured a folding leaf sight, and the front barrel band incorporated the front sight, the grips were checkered black hard rubber with a fleur-de-lis design. The guns were shipped in a dovetailed wooden box with sliding lid, and included a shoulder holster, cleaning rod, and directions for use.  This Game Getter is as described and is equipped with a 18 inch barrel, is chambered .22 LR and .44 round ball or .44 shot and is fitted with a Marble tang sight.  The gun retains most all of it original blue finish, with only some thinning on the high points of the barrel band and barrel frame, and sharp edges of the frame.  The grips are in excellent condition, with only some very minor handling marks.  The bores are bright, and in the case of the top barrel, sharp rifling.  The action functions perfectly, as well as the folding stock.  Also included is its original shoulder holster, which is in good condition, with no major damage.  A very neat piece.
 Colt Single Action Army, Black Powder Frame, Cal. .45LC           SOLD
Recent/Late 3rd Generation (with separate/removable cylinder bushing) Colt Single Action Army, equipped with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, black checkered standing eagle grips, blue and color case-hardened finish, chambered in .45 Long Colt, and built on the optional Black Powder Frame.  This SAA is new, never turned cylinder, and comes with its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve, and all paper-work. Good looking SAA, with nice color case-hardened finish.
 Colt Single Action Army, Cal. 44-40            SOLD:  $1,650
Recent/Late 3rd Generation (with separate/removable cylinder bushing) Colt Single Action Army, equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, black checkered standing eagle grips, blue and color case-hardened finish, chambered in 44-40.  This SAA is new, never turned cylinder, and comes with its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve, and all paper-work. An attractive SAA, with nice color case-hardened finish.
 Smith & Wesson Model 29, 3 Inch Barrel, Cal. 44 Magnum            SOLD:  $1,095
New in the box S&W Model 29, fitted with a 3 inch barrel, finger groove wood grips, red ramp front, white outline rear sight, smooth combat trigger, and chambered in 44 Magnum.  Includes numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.  Tough looking gun.
 Colt King Cobra, Cal. 357 Magnum             SOLD:  $1,400
The Colt King Cobra was manufactured from 1988 to 1998.  The 6-shot revolvers could be had with a 2 1/2, 4, 6, or 8 inch solid rib barrel, were constructed of stainless steel, fitted with black neoprene round butt grips with silver "Rampant" Colt medallions, white out-line adjustable rear sight, red-ramp front sight, and were chambered in .357 Magnum.  This gun is as described and is fitted with a 6 inch barrel.  It is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  Includes box and instructions manual, sorry no numbered to the gun sleeve.  You do not see these very often.
 Colt 1851 Navy, Cal. .36            SOLD:  $4,550
This is a very tight and sharp, all original .36 Navy Model, manufactured in 1863.  It retains approximately 60% original blue on the barrel, 30% case colors on the frame and loading lever, and a very good naval engagement scene on the cylinder.  There is a letter "J" nicely inscribed on the right grip, and the grips themselves retain 90% of their original varnish.  The screw heads are generally good, several show their original bright blue finish.  The bore is good and the action is perfect.  Overall an above average condition Navy that was very likely used in the Civil War.
 L.C. Smith Side by Side, Field Grade, 16 Gauge                 Sold:  $1,495
Here is a very nice looking. approximately 1930's vintage,  L.C. Smith, Field Grade, chambered in 16 Gauge.  The shotgun is fitted with 26 inch barrels, choked modified and full, double triggers, lifters, and has a 14 3/16 inch length of pull.  The barrels retain about 95% of their original blue finish, the receiver retains most all of its original color case-hardening.  The checkered stock and forearm retain all of their original finish, with some assorted handling marks and dings.  The bores are bright and the action is very tight and functions perfectly.  The plastic/hard rubber buttplate is in near excellent condition, with only a few chips and handling marks.  These Field Grade L.C. Smith's are seldom found in this clean and crisp condition.
 Colt Single Action Army, 1st Generation, Cal. 45 LC              SOLD:  $3,750
A nice example of its type, this Early Smokeless Powder Era Colt Single Action was made
 in 1903, is equipped with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, black hard rubber (which have turned a pleasing dark brown) Rampant Colt grips, finished in blue with color case-hardened frame and hammer, and is chambered in .45 long Colt.  The gun retains about 40 to 50% of its original blue finish on the barrel and ejector rod housing, 40 to 50% on the cylinder, about 40% on the backstrap, and about 50% on the trigger guard.  The frame retains about 40% of its original color case-hardening, and about 80% on the hammer.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, with just couple areas of corrosion.  The action functions perfectly. The grips fit perfectly and have no cracks or chips.  This all numbers matching SAA would make a great shooter or collectors piece.
 Pair of French made Salles 1850's "Muff Pistols"                 SOLD:  $1,295
A very attractive pair of mid 19th century French "muff" or pocket pistols, marked "Salles" and "Marseille".  These small screw in damascus barrel guns have one piece ivory grips, very fine engraving, gold inlay, fold up triggers, and rifled bores.  They are approximately .36 caliber, and are in excellent working condition.  Each gun has a comic or grotesque mask on the butt, with a cap box underneath.  What would it cost today to replace these?
 Colt "New Line", Cal. .30 RF                SOLD:  $1,295
Nice 1876 vintage Colt "New Line", chambered for the .30 Rim Fire cartridge.  The little Colt retains about 70% of its original blue on the barrel and about 50% of its original blue on the cylinder (mostly in the flutes).  The frame retains about 60% of its original color case-hardening and the grips retain 95% of their original finish, with no chips or cracks.  The bore retains most all of its rifling, with some minor corrosion, and the action works perfectly.  All screw heads are clean and un-molested.  A great example of its type.
 Colt Gold Cup National Match, Bright Stainless Steel, Cal. 45 ACP            SOLD:  $1,600
The Colt Gold Cup National Match, Stainless Steel, was made from 1986 to 1996.  The 45 ACP pistols were similar to the blued Gold Cup but could be had either in matte stainless steel or "Ultimate" bright stainless steel finish.  This is the "Ultimate" bright stainless steel and is in near new condition.  It has been shot, but from its appearance, very little.  Includes its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve, 2 magazines, and all instructions manual. 
 Winchester 94 Buffalo Bill Commemorative, Cal. 30-30             Sale Pending:  $600
The Winchester 94 Buffalo Bill Commemorative Rifle and Carbine were made in 1968, with a total of about 112,923 manufactured between the two.  This Buffalo Bill Carbine is fitted with a 20 inch full octagon barrel, full tube magazine, nickel plated saddle ring, trigger, and hammer, unique engraving on the receiver and barrel, and an inlayed medallion in the stock, and is chambered in 30-30.  This gun is new/unfired and is in fantastic condition, with no dings, wear, or handling marks of any kind.  The box did not fair as well, it is correct for the carbine, but the serial number is missing.  One of Winchester's better looking Commemoratives.
 Colt Anaconda, Cal. 44 Magnum            SOLD:  $1,950
Colt Anaconda chambered in 44 Magnum.  This stainless steel, 6-shot revolver, is equipped with a 6 inch ventliated barrel, black neoprene combat grips with gold Colt medallions, red ramp front sight, white outline adjustable rear sight, and a full length ejector rod housing.  This gun has been fired, but from its appearance, very little.  Includes its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve, and all paper-work.  A very nice looking 44 Magnum.
 Colt Python, 6 inch, Cal. 357 Magnum             Sale Pending:  $3,250
New/factory test fired Colt Python with 6 inch barrel and blue finish.  Gun is fitted with factory checkered walnut target grips, and includes its original numbered to the gun box, hang tag, factory screwdriver, and all paper-work.  I feel these 6 inch blue finished guns are the nicest looking of all the Pythons manufactured.
 Colt Stagecoach Autoloader Carbine, Cal. 22LR            SOLD:  $395
The Colt Stagecoach Autoloader was made from 1965 to the mid 1970's, with over 25,000 manufactured.  The carbines were equipped with a 16 1/2 inch barrel, 13-shot tube magazine, walnut stock and forearm, saddle ring with leather thong, rolled engraved hold-up scene on the receiver, and were chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  This gun is as described and is in excellent condition, retaining 98-99% of its original black finish on its receiver and 99% of its original blue finish on the barrel and tube magazine.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finish, with only some very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, and the action functions smoothly.  Not often seen in this configuration and condition.
 Colt Double Eagle Combat Commander MKII/Series 90, Cal. .40 S&W             SOLD:  $895
The Colt Double Eagle Combat Commander was manufactured from 1991 to 1996.  They were equipped with a 4 1/4 inch barrel, 8-shot magazine, double action with safety/decock system, three white dot sights, and were chambered in .40 S&W or .45 ACP.  This pistol is as described and is chambered in .40 S&W.  It is unfired and in as new condition.  Includes original box, its numbered to the gun sleeve, and all paper-work.  Unique Colt pistol.
 Smith & Wesson Model 10, Pinned Barrel, Cal. 38 Special           Sale Pending:  $450
Great looking Military & Police, S&W Model 10, with 4 inch barrel, blue finish, and chambered in 38 Special.  This 6-shot revolver is a pre 1981 model with pinned barrel and numbered to the gun checkered wood grips.  It retains 99%+ of its original blue finish, with nice color case-hardening on the hammer and trigger  The grips look brand new, with no wear what-so-ever.  The bore is as new and the action is extremely tight and functions better than some of the new S&W's.
 NIB Smith & Wesson Model 24, Cal. 44 Special              Sale Pending:  $895
Just received this very cool looking Smith, its a S&W Model 24, equipped with a 3 inch barrel, round butt finger groove wood grips, red-ramp front sight, white outline rear sight, smooth combat rigger, and is chambered in the great 44 Special cartridge.  The gun is new/unfired and comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, S&W screw-driver, cleaning rod and brush and mop, and all paper-work.  A tough looking double action 44.
 Colt Agent with Factory Hammer Shroud, Cal. 38 Special              Sale Pending:  $795
Colt Agent with factory hammer shroud.  This 1976 vintage gun looks to be unfired and comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, and instructions manual.  A unique looking Colt snubby.
 Colt National Match Automatic Pistol, Cal. 45 ACP          SOLD:  $13,950
The Colt National Match was similar to the Government Model, except has hand-honed action, match grade barrel, blue or nickel finish, stamped "National Match" on the slide (earlier models on the left side, later on the right side), and were chambered in .45 ACP.  There were a total of 4,813 National Matches manufactured between Feb. 9, 1932 to Sept. 16, 1941, serial numbered from C162997 to C204640.  3,339 had fixed sights, and 1,474 had adjustable sights.  This is a fantastic example of the adjustable sight model with blue finish.  This pistol would rate about 98 to 99% with only some minor thinning of its blue finish on its sharp edges.  The checkered walnut grips look like new and all screw heads are unmolested.  The bore is a little frosty, but has sharp rifling throughout.  The action functions perfectly.  The gun comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, cleaning rod, hang tags, Stevens adjustable rear sight instuctions manual, pistol instructions manual, and factory test target.  Also included is a factory letter stating the gun having been furnished with the adjustable rear sight, and shipped on August 11, 1939.  This has to be one of the best examples of its type.
 Smith & Wesson "Performance Center" Model 629, Cal. 44 Magnum            SOLD:  $995
Not often seen, we just received this mint condition Smith & Wesson "Performance Center" Model 629, chambered in .44 Magnum.  The gun is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch ported barrel, smooth fingergroove grips (original rubber grips are included), semi-target hammer, smooth target trigger with over-travel screw, and red ramp front sight and white outline rear sight.  The gun is like new condition, appearing to have been fired very little.  Includes a "Performance Center" pistol rug and its original, numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.
 Smith & Wesson Model 36, Pinned Barrel, Cal. 38 Special               SOLD:  $450
Nice looking, lightly used, Chiefs Special, S&W Model 36, with 2 inch barrel, blue finish, and chambered in 38 Special.  This 5-shot revolver is the pre 1981 model with pinned barrel and numbered to the gun checkered wood grips.  It retains all of its original blue finish, with only some very minor handling marks.  The finish on the grips has thinned somewhat, but they have no cracks or chips.  The bore is as new and the action is very tight and functions perfectly.
 Colt Cobra, Second Issue, Nickel, Cal. 38 Special             SOLD:  $795
New in the box Colt Cobra second issue chambered in 38 Special.  This 6-shot revolver is fitted with a 2 inch barrel and is nickel finished.

 

 Winchester Model 94 John Browning 150th Commemorative          SOLD:  $1,495
This is a new in box, 2005 vintage, Winchester 94 Rifle commemorating the 150th birthday of John M. Browning, the designer of the rifle.  This short rifle is chambered in 30-30, is fitted with a 20 inch full octagon barrel, full tube magazine, steel cresent butt-plate, unique engraving with gold accents, and checkered walnut stock and forearm.  The gun comes with its original box, sleeve, and all paper-work.  There were only 150 of these manufactured, amking them very rare.
 Colt SAA, Etched Panel "Frontier Six Shooter", Cal. 44-40            SOLD:  $3,250
1883 vintage Colt Single Action Army, Etched Panel "Frontier Six Shooter" chambered in 44-40.  The gun is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, is all numbers matching, and fitted with one-piece wood grips.  All of the finish has been removed/cleaned off and the grips have been sanded and refinished.  The bore is bright though, and the action functions perfectly and is tight.  The gun has been British proofed marked on the cylinder and barrel and the barrel is correctly stamped 44 on the bottom.
 Colt "All American" Model 2000, 1st Edition, Cal. 9mm             SOLD:  $850
Unfired Colt "All-American" Model 2000, 1st Edition with aluminum frame.  The pistols were made in 1993 only, with only 3,000 manufactured.  Included is its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve and all paper-work.
 Consecutive Pair of Factory "C" Engraved Colt Single Actions, Cal. 45LC           SOLD:  $9,995
Consecutive serial numbered pair of 3rd Generation Colt Single Action Army's.  These 1988 vintage Single Action Army's feature 4 3/4 inch barrels, attractive factory "C" coverage engraving, factory fitted smooth ivory grips with silver Colt medallions, and a full nickel finish.  Included with the guns are their original numbered to the gun boxes and all paper-work. A gorgeous set of Colt Single Action's, hard to find a consective pair as nice looking as these.
 Smith & Wesson Model 10,  Cal. .38 Special               SOLD:  $495
Like new Smith & Wesson Model 10, chambered in .38 Special, equipped with a pinned 2 inch barrel, is blue finished, and built on the square butt frame.  The gun retains about 99% of its original blue finish, with two minor thinning spots on the cylinder (looks like from sliding in a drawer or box), and the numbered to the gun grips are in as new condition.  The bore is bright and the action functions as new.  Nice looking S&W Model 10.
 Colt SAA "Etched Panel"  BP Frame, Cal.  44-40              SOLD:  $2,150
Recent/Late 3rd Generation (separate/removable cylinder bushing) Colt Single Action Army, equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, black checkered standing eagle grips, blue and color case-hardened finish, and chambered in 44-40.  The left side of the barrel has the "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" etched panel, and with the black powder frame was only offered for one year, 2010.  This SAA is new, never turned cylinder, and comes with its original box, numbered to the gun sleeve, and all paper-work.  Unusual SAA.
 Winchester Model 75 Sporter, Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $1,495
The Model 75 Sporter was made from 1938 to 1958, with approximately 88,715 manufactured between the Model 75 Sporter and Model 75 Target.  The Sporter rifles were fitted with a 24 inch tapered barrel, were detachable magazine fed, checkered walnut stock, and were chambered in .22 LR.  Here is a very nice, 1948 vintage, Winchester Model 75 Sporter, fitted with a factory mounted Lyman receiver peep sight.  The rifle is in excellent condition, retaining about 98 to 99% of its original blue finish, the stock about the same, with sharp checkering and only some very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  A good looking Winchester bolt .22.
 Beretta Minx, Model 950, Cal. .22 Short                  SOLD:  $395
New/unfired in the box Beretta Minx Model 950, chambered in .22 Short.  The pistol comes with its original numbered to the gun box, sorry, no paper-work.  Hard to find in this condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Minx.  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:  M15-3

Lindsay Model 1863, Double Musket, .58 Caliber           SOLD:  $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.
 Springfield Armory National Match M1 Garand, Cal. 30-06            SOLD:  $2,995
Here is a beautiful National Match M1 Garand, in like new condition.  The rifle retains all of its National Match features with sharp stampings on all of the metal surfaces and sharp cartouches on the wood.  The rifle has a bright bore and the action functions as new. All screw heads are unmolested and the sights are crisp/sharp and fuction perfectly.  A great looking target rifle. 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this National Match M1.  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 rifle in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:  CM12-1894

 

 Winchester 1894 Rifle, Cal. .32 W.S.            SOLD
This 1924 vintage Winchester 1894 Rifle is equipped with a 26 inch round barrel, full tube magazine, steel crescent butt-plate, Marble Sheard front sight, Winchester buckhorn rear sight, and is chambered in .32 Winchester Special.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 1894.  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: CM14-2053

 Alcoso Solingen Nazi Era Sword and Scabbard             SOLD:  $325
Nice Alcoso Solingen Germany Nazi era officers sword.  It is in excellent condition, with a bright shiny 34 inch blade, and nice scabbard.  The wire-round grip is in excellent condition and the guard retains most of its original finish.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this WWII German Sword.  For additional information and details about this item, ask for Brent 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: 

 Russian Tokorev SVT 40, Cal. 7.62 x 54 R            SOLD:  $1,750
Unissued looking Russian Tokorev SVT 40, chambered in 7.62 x 54 Russian.  The rifle does not have any import stamps of any kind on it. It is in great condition, with a bright bore and perfect functioning action.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this SVT 40.  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: 
 

 Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade Lightweight, 20 Gauge            SOLD:  $2,695
The Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade Lightweight was made from 1978 to 1986.  The SxS shotguns were equipped with 25 1/2 inch ventilated barrels, checkered select walnut stock and forearm, single select trigger, auto ejectors, 20 gauge models bored IC/Mod, weighed about 6 1/4 to 6 1/2 lbs., coin finished receiver with bird scene engraving, english stocked, and were chambered either 12 or 20 gauge.  This gun is as described and is chambered 20 gauge.  The LOP is 14 3/8 inches.  It is in like new condition, retaining all of its original finishes, with only some minor handling marks/dings on the wood.  The stock is beautifully figured, the bores are bright, and the action functions perfectly.  A good looking Model 23.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 23.  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 item in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID: CM14-1328

 H&R "Young America" Double Action, Cal. .22 Short            SOLD:  $295
This H&R Young America Double Action is the 3rd Variation due to its having an octagon barrel, blue trigger guard, and the company name and address on the left side of the barrel.  The little 7-shot revolver is in near excellent condition, retaining about 98% of its original blue fiinsh, with some minor spotting and thinning at the muzzle.  The bore is as new, the action is tight and works like a new one.  The grips would have been like new, except for the crack on the left grip panel. The hammer and trigger retain all of their original color case-hardening.  The gun actually looks better in person than in the pictures.  These are very hard to find in the blue finish.
 Rasheed Carbine, Cal. 7.62x39             SOLD:  $695
Nice example of its type, just received this Rasheed Carbine, chambered in 7.62 x 39.  There are very few of these in the country, making them quite rare.
 

 

 Browning Hi-Power, Belgian Made, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $1,350
Good looking Browning Hi-Power, made in Belgium in the mid 1970's, and chambered in 9mm.  The pistol is unfired and looks it.  Includes Browning Pistol Rug and insructions manual.
 Russian M44 (Carbine version of the Mosen-Nagant) Cal. 7.62 x 54             SOLD:  $395
1943 dated Russian M44 Carbine in excellent condition.  Gun is all numbers matching, has a bright bore, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Has a cleaner look than most M44's you see, with a nice looking stock and it retains all of its blue finish.  Gun is import stamped, barely can see at end of barrel.
 Sharps Model 1865, Cal. 50/70             SOLD:  $3,500
 Westley Richards Droplock Side by Side, 20 Gauge                SOLD:  $18,500
This is one of the finest original English shotguns we have ever had for sale in our store.  It has all the important features that make it desirable and unique.  As you can see by the pictures the scalloped receiver is game scene engraved with a well executed setter, two grouse, a duck, and tight scroll with 100% coverage.  It is a droplock action, which is unique to Westley Richards and has the hinged floorplate which allows for the easy removal of the jeweled locks for cleaning or repair.  The trigger is a “patent one trigger” which is selective.  The action has a strong 20% of its original case colors with only a few minor scratches.  The stock is nicely figured Turkish Walnut with a 13 ½ inch length of pull to a horn but-plate.  It also comes with a fitted ¾ inch English Silvers hard rubber recoil pad.  The forearm is also tipped with a matching horn insert.  The barrels are 28 inches long and are “in proof” with 2 ½ inch chambers, and are choked .005 and .015 (improved cylinder and modified).  They are spotless inside and out, retain well over 95% of the original blue, and have automatic ejectors.  To complete this fine shotgun, it comes in its original oak and leather maker’s case with the full complement of accessories.  It is not often that we are able to offer such a desirable 20 gauge shotgun for sale, and according to the Blue Book a new Westley Richards would sell for 42,000 British Pounds plus extra for the engraving, for a total of $75,000+.  If you want to own one of the finest iconic English shotguns, this is your chance.
 Winchester Model 61 Hammerless Pump, Cal. .22LR               SOLD:  $1,395
The Winchester Model 61 was made from 1932 to 1963, with approximately 350,000 manufactured.  The little rifles were fitted with a 24 inch round or octagon barrel (rifled or smooth bore), tube magazine, open sights, plain grip stock, and were chambered in .22 S, L, LR, WRF or Magnum.  Here is a mint condition, 1956 vintage, Winchester Model 61 chambered in .22 LR (barrel is marked .22 S. L. OR L.R.).  The gun is in as new condition, appearing to be unfired.  Would make a fantastic addition to a Winchester or pump .22 collection.
 Czechoslovakia/CZ Model 52, Cal.  7.62x45            SOLD:  $695
Nice, 1956 vintage, Czech Model 52 carbine, chambered in 7.62 x 45.  The gun has a bright bore, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and operates perfectly.  The gun does not have an import stamp on it anywhere.  Not very many of these guns have been brought into the country, let alone without an import stamp.
 Keystone Arms Double Shotgun, 10 Gauge              SOLD:  $1,250
Nice old Keystone Arms Double Shotgun, chambered in 10 Gauge.  The gun is equipped with 32 inch Damascus barrels, dolls head at receiver, double triggers, lifters ejection, 13 5/8 inch LOP, attractive color case-hardened receiver, very stylish color case-hardened hammers, and good looking checkered stock and forearm.  It has bright bores and the action is tight and functions like a new one.  A good looking shotgun.
 Browning Challenger, Cal. 22LR             SOLD:  $650
The Browning Challenger Model was made from 1962 to 1975 by FN in Belgium.  The .22 Long Rifle pistols were equipped with either a 4 1/2 or 6 inch barrel, fully steel constucted, fitted with a adjustable rear sight, gold plated trigger, and with either checkered walnut or plastic wraparound grips.  This pistol is equipped with a 4 1/2 inch barrel and checkered walnut grips.  It is in excellent condition, retaining 99+% of its original blue finish, a bright/as new bore, and a tight and perfectly functioning action.  The grips are also in excellent condition, retaining all of their original finish, with only some very minor handling marks.  Gun comes with its original Browning pistol rug, which is also in excellent condition.  These are getting quite hard to find.
 Pair of Cased Beretta Stampede Single Actions, Cal. 45 lC           :  $2,750
A pair of cased consecutive pair deluxe Beretta Stampede Single Action revolvers, chambered in 45 Long Colt.  The guns are equipped with 5 1/2 inch barrels, color case-hardened frame, with all other parts fire blued, pearl like one piece grips with gold Beretta logo medallions, and tastefully done laser engraving covering about 2/3rds of the guns surfaces.  The guns are new/unfired and come in a beautifully lined walnut presentation case.  Very attractive guns.
 Webley R.I.C. No. 2, Cal. .450 Centerfire           SOLD:  $850
Unique Webley R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary) No. 2 /Model N.S.W. (New South Wales) Police 6-shot revolver equipped with a 2 1/2 inch barrel and chambered in .450 centerfire.  The gun retains about 40 to 50% of its original bright blue finish, with un-molested screw heads, and sharp stampings of its make, model, caliber, and final inspection stamps.  It has a bright bore, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions like a new one. The checkered grips are in very good condition, with no cracks or chips, and a few minor dents and handling marks.  This gun appears to have been fired very little.  A nice handling and "tough looking" Webley. 
 Colt SAA, "American Eagle" Special Edition, 1 of 100, Cal. 45 LC               SOLD:  $2,750
Brand new Colt Single Action Army, Special Edition, "American Eagle" 1 of 100.  It is built on the black powder frame, equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, blue/color case-hardened finish, black plastic Rampant Colt/Eagle grips, and specailly embellished with eagle head and wings on the barrel and assorted gold trim accents and screws.   The gun has never had the cylinder turned and is absolutely mint.  It comes with its original numbered to the gun sleeve, Colt blue box, and all paper-work.  A beautiful Colt SAA.
 Pair of Colt 1851 Navy Commemoratives            SOLD:  $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.
 Identified Moore Revolver            SOLD:  $2,500
A very nice example of the Moore Single Action .32RF "seven shooter"  revolver, with a "B. Kittridge, Cin.O" marked holster.  The handle is inscribed, "J.M. Parrett" and the gun is factory engraved.  Joseph Parrett saw active duty with the 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery, and was active from July 1863 to August 1865 in Company A.  The 2nd Ohio was organized at Camp Dennison near Cincinnati and Covington, Kentucky, under the command of Col. Horatio G. Gibson.  Company A moved to Covington in August 1863, then to Fort Jones at Muldraugh's Hill, Kentucky in October, and finally to Fort DeWolf near Shepherdsville, Kentuck in January of 1864.  The regiment to which Company A was attached lost 176 men during its service.  J.M. Parrett survived the war and died in 1927, a victom of gangrene.  Note: A factory letter is available from Colt.
 Vintage Colt Presentation Case with Accessories for 1849              SOLD:  $4,500
This is a very nice and original case for the 6 inch barrel Model 1849 Pocket revolver, with all accessories, including flask, bullet mold, cap tin and screw driver/nipple wrench tool.  All items are in excellent plus condition and would be difficult to put together today, especially for a 6 inch gun, for less than $5,000 to $6,000.
 Colt Double Action Civilian Model 1895, Cal. .41 Colt            On Layaway:  $695
This Colt Double Action is a civilian model chambered in .41 Colt.  It is equipped with a 6 inch barrel, has the double cylinder notches, double locking bolts, square cylinder release thumb catch, and shorter flutes than the earlier models.  What makes this gun unique are the, possibly factory, perfectly fitting pearl grips and the .41 Colt chambering.  The gun retains about 95% of its original finish, with thinning on the sharp edges.  The bore is bright, with only a couple of spots of corrosion, and the action functions as it should..  The grips are nice, with the exception of the chip on the left panel.
 Smith & Wesson Model 29 Performance Center, Cal. 44 Magnum           SOLD:  $950
Smith & Wesson Model 29-8 Performance Center 44 Magnum revolver.  The 6-shot revolver is equipped with a 6 1/2 inch tapered lower lugged barrel, non-fluted cylinder, smooth target trigger with travel stop screw, Monogrip Hogue grips, red plastic front sight, and a white outline rear sight.  Installed on the gun is a high quality scope mount, rings and a Nikon 2 x 20 Handgun Scope with duples reticle.  It retains 99%+ of its original finish, with only a turn line on the cylinder indicating any wear.  The bore is bright and the action is very tight and functions perfectly.  Would make a fantastic hunting handgun.
 Ketland of London Blunderbuss, Circa 1810           SOLD:  $7,250
This has got to be the nicest, 1810 vintage,  Ketland Blunderbuss in existance.  It is in fantastic condition, retaining most all of its original finishes, original spring loaded fold over bayonet, working safety, and a perfectly functioning action.  What a conversation piece, would have been a formidable weapon in its day.
 Winchester Model 07, Cal. .351 Win.             SOLD:  $1,250
The Winchester Model 1907 was made from 1907 to 1957, with approximately 58,490 manufactured.  The rifles were fitted with 22 inch round barrels, open sights, plain pistol grip stock, 5 or 10 shot magazine, and were chambered in .351 Winchester only.  This Model 07 is in excellent condition, retaining about 99% of its original blue finish, with only some scratches on the frame.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with only some minor handling marks/scratches.  The bore is as new, the action is tight and functions perfectly.  A very nice example of its type. 
 1865 Spencer Carbine, Cal. 56/50                SOLD:  $3,650
An excellent example of the Indian War period Cavalry Carbine, this gun is chambered for the 56/50 Spencer cartridge and has a 20 inch barrel.. It does not have the staple cutoff and was manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Company, one of 30,000 purchased by the US government.  The gun remains in pristine condition, with approximately 70% original blue on the barrel, an excellent bright bore, and clear and crisp inspector's cartouches.  It is mechanically perfect, and a very nice antique gun that is difficult to find in this condition.
 Colt 1877, Factory Engraved, Cal. 38 Colt               SOLD:  $8,500
A very rare factory engraved Model 1877 revolver, that was finished with a gold washed cylinder and incised pearl grips.  Shipped as a one gun special order in 1890, it is very likely the work of Cuno Helfricht himself.  While it does show use, it retains most of its original finish, and is 100% original in every respect.
 H&R Self Loading .32, Cal. .32 ACP              SOLD:  $495
The Harrington & Richardson Self Loading .32 ACP was made from 1914 to 1924, with approximately 34,500 manufactured.  The pistols were fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, were blue finished, provided a 8-round magazine (either blue, nickel, or white finish), and were chambered in .32 ACP.  This second variation Self Loading .32 is in excellent condition, retaining 97% of its original blue finish, with only some very minor spotting and thinning on its sharp edges.  The brown hard rubber grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  A very nice example of its type.
 Fabrique Nationale (FN) Hi-Power, Post-Occupation, Cal. 9mm               SOLD:  $ 1,850
The Fabrique Nationale Hi-Power, Post-Occupation, was made from the end of WWII to about 1954, after which the pistols were imported thru Browning Arms Company.  This particluar Hi-Power is a fixed sight model and is chambered in 9mm.  It is in excellent condition, retainig most all of its original blue finish, with only some minor thinning around some of its sharp edges.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions as new.  The checkered wood grips are also in excellent condition, with only some minor handling marks.  An excellent example of its type.
 Colt Model 1905 Marine Corps            SOLD:  $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.

 

 Colt Fire Arms Factory Letter, Dated December 6th, 1861          SOLD:  $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.
 Colt Diamondback, 22 LR, 6 Inch Barrel              SOLD:  $1,750
Colt Diamondback equipped with a 6 inch barrel, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  It retains about 98% of its original blue finish, with some thinning at the muzzle and turn line on the cylinder.  The grips are in excellent condition, retaining most all of their original finish with sharp checkering.  The bore is bright and the action is tight and functions perfectly. 
 WWII Presentation FN-1910, Cal. .380 ACP            SOLD:  $4,950
One of the real rarities of WWII-a factory presentation handgun, given to the commanding officer who was placed in charge of the FN factory in Herstal Belgium at the close of the war.  Lt. Col. E.H. Hoffman was a American Ordnance officer during WWII, as well as a machinist, and served in the German Theatre when Germany occupied Belgium, at the rank of Captain.  At the end of the war he was put in charge of the FN Factory to assist them in retooling.  At the end of this detail, he was presented with this pistol, a 9mm Kurz or .380 ACP, Model 1910, Browning patent, factory engraved in scroll leaf pattern, with his name, "CAPT. E.H. HOFFMAN" inscribed over the chamber on the slide.  The grips are finely checkered, burl walnut.  The gun is in excellent, original  condition, with 85-90% of the military blue finish remaining.  It comes with a notorized affadavitt from the Virginia collector who purchased Col. Hoffman's entire firearms collection in 1972.
 Ruger Single Six, Flat-Top, 3-Screw  Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $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.
 

 

 FN Venezuelan 1930 Mauser, Cal. 7x57 Mauser             SOLD:  $795
A very nice looking Venezuelan Mauser, chambered in 7mm Mauser.  The numbers matching rifle retains most all of its original finishes on all of its metal and wood surfaces.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling (looks like new), and the action functions as new.  The attractive walnut stock has a lot of figure, with few minor handling marks.  All screw heads are un-molested, as are the sights, which also fuction perfectly.  If you're looking for a nice 7mm Mauser, this would be it.  A great collectors piece or shooter.
 S&W Beakert Model, Cal. 22LR             SOLD
 WWII Remington Rand 1911A1, Cal. .45 ACP            SOLD:  $1,950
The Remington Rand 1911A1 handguns were made at the height of WWII, from 1943 to 1945, with approximately 1,086,624 manufactured.  All were manufactured in Syracuse, NY with a parkerized finish.  This 1944 vintage Remington Rand is a nice original example, retaining most all of its original finish, with only some minor thinning on the sharp edges of the frame and slide, mainspring housing, grip safey, front strap, and lanyard.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions like a new one.  The checkered plastic grips are in near excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  A good looking 1911A1.
 Remington-Rider Pocket Revolver, Cal. .32 RF                SOLD:  $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.
 Ben Lane Engraved Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army, Cal. 45 LC            SOLD:  $14,000
 Winchester Handgun/Pistol, Cal. .22RF                 SOLD:  $3,500
Did you know Winchester had at one time manufactured a pistol, we didn't, this is the first one we have ever seen.  Per the Flayderman's Guide, pages 322 and 323:  A Single Shot Winchester Pistol.  Occasionally finds its way to collectors.  For many years considered as Winchester "curiosa" and merely a "lunch box special" ie. made by factory employees on their own initiative and time, there is evidence that Winchester seriously considered making the gun.  1919 dated, very detailed factory drawings and a letter of that same year to a Winchester dealer alluded to their production.  All utilize the bolt action and shortened barrel of the Model 1902 boy's single shot rifle, blued finish.  Large, flat, saw handle frame usual; iron type mentioned and walnut grips. Caliber .22RF. 
The pistol is in fine condition, retaining about 50-60% of its original blue finish on the barrel and receiver, the saw handle grip frame retains all of its original nickel (?) plating, and the grips retian most all of their original finish, with assorted handling marks.  The bore has visable rifling, but is rough.  The action functions perfectly.  It appears to still wear its original sights, which are in great condition.  An unusual and very rare handgun.
 Ruger 10/22 Sporter "Chief AJ" Edition, Cal. .22 LR              SOLD:  $395
Just recieved this rarely found (in fact, the first one I've seen) Ruger 10/22 Sporter "Chief AJ" tuned Sporter Rifle.  It comes with a turned bolt, tuned trigger and is marked with the "Chief AJ" logo on the right side of the berrel.  It is in very fine conditiom, retaining 99%+ of its original blue/black finishes.  The walnut stock retains all of its original finish, with assorted handling marks and dings.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  An unusual variation of the popular Ruger 10/22.
 Arisaka Type 99 Paratrooper, Type 2, Cal. 7.7 Japanese               SOLD:  $2,750
Just received this Arisaka Type 99 Paratrooper Type 2 rifle, chambered in 7.7 Japanese.  The chrysanthemum has been ground off, but the rifle is in excellent condtion, with all numbers matching.  The bore is bright, action functions perfectly, and the take-down works like new with tight lock-up.   How often do you come across one of these, especially in this condition?
 Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector 1st Model of 1896, Cal. .32 S&W Long            SOLD:  $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.
Winchester 1886 Rifle, Cal. 45-90            SOLD:  $ 4,250
Winchester 1886 equipped with a 26 inch full octagon barrel, full tube magazine, color case-hardened receiver, hammer, lever, and crescent butt-plate, standard Winchester front and rear sights, and is chambered in 45-90 Winchester.  The rifle is un-molested retaining most all of its blue finish, with thinning on the high areas and sharp edges.  The receiver retains about 20% of its original color case-hardening and the hammer, lever, and butt-plate just traces only, if any at all.  The bore is bright, with some minor corrosion, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  A nice example of its type.
 Colt Scout Buntline, Cal. .22 LR             SOLD:  $895
As new Colt Scout Buntline in its original, numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.  The gun is fitted with a 9 1/2 inch barrel and is blue finished.  It has been fired, but very little from its appearance.

 

 Model 1917 Trench Knife, American Cutlery Co.          SOLD: $450
Just received this A.C. CO. (American Cutlery Company) Model 1917 Trench Knife. See pictures of  the U.S. Military Knives book by M. H. Cole describing these knives made during WWI.   The knife and its original sheath are in excellent condition, retaining most all of their original finishes.  An extremely nice example of its type.
 FN Model 1949 Egyptian Contract, Cal. 7.92 Mauser            SOLD: $795
Just received this nice FN Model 1949, Egyptian Contract rifle, chambered in 7.92 Mauser.  The gun is in excellent condtion, with a bright bore and tight and perfectly functioning action.
 Smith & Wesson .32 Safety First Model, New Departure, Cal. .32 S&W            SOLD:  $995
This is the nicest Smith & Wesson .32 Safety First Model (Lemon Squeezer) I have ever seen.  This model was officially called the New Departure during its time of manufactue.  The little 5 shot revolvers were made from 1888 to 1902, with approximately 91,417 manufactured.  They were equipped with a 2, 3 (most common), 3 ¼, 3 ½, or 6 inch barrel, finished in blue or nickel, fitted with black rubber grips, double action only, and were chambered in .32 S&W.  This mid 1890’s vintage gun is finished in nickel, is fitted with a 3 inch barrel, and has beautiful factory S&W gold colored medallion pearl grips.  The gun is in like new condition, appearing to have been fired very little, if at all, since leaving the factory.  The bore is perfect and the action is tight and functions like a new one.  The pearl grips fit extremely well and are in like new condition.  A beautiful example of its type.
 "Kentucky" Flint Pistol                  SOLD:  $5,500
Recently acquired from a central Kentucky family, this original flint pistol was probably made in Pennsylvania around 1810.  It has a full octagon, 10 inch barrel, and has a .50 caliber smooth bore.  The barrel is marked with the maker's name, "H. GROCE", and there is a small dagger trademark stamped on the lock.  At one time, this gun was in the Herman Dean collection, and is marked with a numbered brass plate on the left side.  The curly maple stock shows two repaired cracks, and the metal has been cleaned and lacquered, many years ago.  It has beautiful architecture, plain brass furniture, and shows little use.  It is a very nice, original Kentucky style pistol that was never converted.
 Antique Winchester 1894 Standard Rifle, Cal. .32-40              SOLD:  $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.
 Colt Model 1911 Military, WWI, Cal. 45 ACP            SOLD:  $3,300
Very nice 1915 vintage Colt Model 1911 Military, stamped "MODEL OF 1911 U.S.ARMY" on the right side of the slide.  The pistol retains about 90%+ of its original blue finish, with most thinning on the front strap, grip safety and main spring housing.  The grips have sharp checkering and are in very good condition, with some minor handling marks and pressure dents.  The bore is fine, with sharp rifling, but some minor corrosion in the grooves.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  A great example of its type.
 Mauser Broomhandle, Cal. .30 Mauser              SOLD:  $1,750
Nice original Mauser Broomhandle chambered in .30 Mauser. The pistol retains about 90% of its original blue finish, with most thinning on its sharp edges and some minor spotting.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A nice example of its type.
 Beretta Model 1934, Cal. 380ACP            SOLD:  $510
The Beretta Model 1934 was made from 1934 to 1980 with over one million manufactured.  The pistols were equipped with 3 3/8 inch barrels, fixed sights, plastic grips, were blue finished, and were chambered in either 7.65mm or .380 ACP (9mm Corto).  This 1966 dated Model 1934 is chambered in .380 ACP and is in excellent condition, retaining 98%+ of its original blue finish, with only some thinning on its sharp edges.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  The black checkered grips are in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, and the screw heads are molested. 
 Remington XP-100, Cal. .221 Fireball              SOLD:  $800
The Remington XP-100 pistol was manufactured from 1963 to 1985.  The single shot pistols were fitted with a one-piece Dupont Zytel (nylon) pistol grip stock, a 10 1/2 inch barrel with vent rib, equipped with adjustable rear sight, drilled and tapped for receiver sight and scope, and were chambered for the hot .221 Fireball cartridge.  This gun is as described and is in excellent plus condition, retaining 99+% of its original blue finish.  The stock is also in excellent condition, with only a few very minor handling marks. The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Gun comes with its original Remington Model XP-100 pistol rug, which is in very fine condition.  Not seen very often.
 Winchester 1895, Cal. .30 U.S. MOD. 1903                 SOLD:  $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.
 Colt 1911 Military "U.S. NAVY", 1st Year Production, Cal. 45ACP              SOLD:  $7,850
Three digit serial number Colt 1911 Military, stamped U.S. NAVY on the right side of the slide and "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" on the left side of the frame.  The pistol is all original and retains about 60-70% of its original blue finish.  The bore has sharp rifling, though there is some corrosion in the grooves, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The grips are in very good condition, with no cracks or chips.  The magazine has the correct type of finish and it has the proper lanyard.  All stampings on the frame and slide are sharp.  A fantastic example of its type, and quite hard to find, especially in this condition.  How often do you see a three digit serial number 1911.
 Deluxe Engraved Marlin 1881, Cal. 40-60 Marlin                SOLD:   $12,000
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.
 Browning Hi-Power Tangent Rear Sight, Cal. 9mm                SOLD:  $1,795
Very nice late 60's, early 70's Browning Hi-Power.  This is one of about 7,000 made between 1964 to 1978 with the Tangent Rear Sight.  This pistol also has the round hammer and checkered wood grips.  It is in excellent/like new condition and comes with its original Browning Pistol Rug.  Good looking Hi-Power.
 J. Purdy & Son  Side by Side Shotgun, Best Grade Ejector, 20 Gauge                  SOLD:  $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.

 

 Colt Frontier Six Shooter, Cal. 44/40          SOLD:  $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.
 Colt 1911A1, World War II, Cal. .45 ACP             SOLD:  $ 2,950
Just received this Colt 1911A1, manufactured in 1944, at the height of World War II.  This all parts matching pistol is in mint 95%+ condition, appearing unissued.  If your looking for one of these WWII pistols, it would be hard to find one nicer.
 Colt Marshal Model, Cal. .38 Special, 2 Inch Barrel             SOLD:  $2,350
The Colt Marshal Model was made from 1954 to 1956, with a total of about 2,500 manufactured.  Of those, 325 were equipped with a 2 ijnch barrel.  This 2 inch barrel Marshal is in great condition, retaining about 95 to 98% of its original blue finish, with thinning on the sharp edges of the frame, barrel, and cylinder.  The action is tight, with perfect lockup, and a bright bore, with sharp rifling.  The gun has been fired, but from its appearance, very little.  A colt factory letter, stating the barrel length and shipping date and address, is included.  A rare and desirable piece.
 Colt Deluxe Model 1878 Double Shotgun, Factory Engraved, 10 Gauge                   SOLD:  $8,500
This is an absolutely beautiful Colt Model 1878 Double Barrel Shotgun.  Per the Colt factory letter (included with the gun) the gun features a 32 inch barrel, blue finish, chambered in 10 gauge, furnished with $85 worth of enhancements including a Doll's head rib extension, and was shipped to E.A. Perkins (address unavailable) October 8, 1890.  The gun retains most all of its original finish with gorgeous figured Damascus barrels and colorful color case-hardening receiver and dual hammer's.  The hand checkered stock and forearm are in great condition with only some minor handling marks.  This has to be one of the nicest 1878's extant.
 German Luftwaffe Mauser "42" Code K98, Cal. 8mm            SOLD:  $3,995
German World War II vintage Luftwaffe Mauser K98, chambered in 8mm.  The gun is dated 1940, code stamped "42", is all numbers matching, correct cartouches on the stock, and is fitted with a period correct leather sling.  The rifle is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original finish, though overall thinning somewhat from handling.  The laminated stock is in very fine condition, with minimal handling marks and dings.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions smoothly/perfectly.  All inspection/code/year stampings on the metal and stock are sharp and ledgable.  A very very nice example of its type.
 Colt Delta Elite 1911, Cal. 10mm              SOLD:  $1,095
The Colt Delta Elite was manufactured from 1987 to 1996.  The pistols were equipped with 5 inch barrels (Government Model Size), black neoprene grips with Delta Elite medalions, were blue finished, came with (1) 8-round magazine, and high profile 3-dot sights.  This Delta Elite is as described and would rate about 99% in condition.  It has been fired, but little from its appearance.  It comes with its original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.
 Colt Pre-Woodsman, Rare Hooded Chamber, Cal. .22 LR          SOLD:  $1,450
The Colt Pre-Woodsman was made from 1915 to 1927, with a total production of 54,000.  The pistols were equipped with a 6 5/8  inch barrel, checkered wood grips, bottom mag release, adjustable front and rear sight's, 10-shot magazine, came with a blue finish only, and was chambered in .22 LR. (standard velocity only).  The early guns, serial numbers 1-31,000, were equipped with pencil barrels, medium weight barrels after.  The first 1800 guns were made with the rare hooded chamber.  This 1916 vintage pistol, serial number 1167, has the correct pencil barrel and hooded chamber.  It retains about 85-90% of its original finish with crisp stampings and un-molested screw-heads.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions as new.  The grips are in very fine condition, with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks.  This is a rare first model gun, for the serious Woodsman collector, a must for a complete early Woodsman collection.
 Winchester Model 03, Cal. .22 Winchester Automatic             SOLD:  $900
The Winchester Model 1903 was made from 1903 to 1932, with approximately 126,000 manufactured.  The rifles were equipped with a 20 inch barrel, 10-shot tube magazine, open sights, straight grip stock cut out for magazine filling, and were chambered in the unique .22 Winchester Automatic cartridge.  This rifle is as described and is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original finishes, both on the metal and wood.  The bore is excellent and the action functions smoothly.  The open sights are original and in excellent condition.  A very nice example of its type, appearing to have been fired very little.
 BYF 41 Luger, WWII, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $1,995
WWII vintage all numbers matching BYF 41 Luger, chambered in 9mm.  The pistol is in excellent condition, retaining about 90% of its original blue finish, with thinning on the backstrap and high wear areas.  The gun comes with a correct "fxo" stamped magazine, functions perfectly, and with the exception of a chipped base, is in excellent condition.  The bore has sharp rifling, but there are a couple of areas with some very minor corrosion.  The action functions perfectly.  The grips have no cracks or chips.  A good example of its type.
 Smith & Wesson Model 30, Cal. 32 S&W Long           SOLD:  $595
The S&W Model 30 and pre-30 were made from 1946 to 1976.  The 6-shot revolvers were initially made on the improved "I" frame and later the "J" frame.  They were a fixed sight gun and could be had with either a 2, 3, 4, or 6 inch barrel, nickel or blue finish, round or sguare butt frame, and fitted with walnut grips.  This gun appears to have been factory test fired only and is in excellent condition.  It retains 99+% of its original blue finish, with only a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The grips and bore are as new and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Included with the gun is its original, numbered to the gun box, manual, cleaning rod and mop, and warranty card.  The box is in good condition, with some staining on the lid.  Nice liitle .32.
 Remington Number 6 Falling Block Rifle, Cal. 22LR           SOLD:  $650
The Remington Number 6 rifle was made from 1901 to 1933, with approximately 497,000 manufactured.  They have a takedown action, color case-hardened receiver (early) or blue finish, and are equipped with a 20 inch barrel.  This all numbers matching rifle is the early color case-hardened version and is in fantastic condition, especially considering these were originally sold as boys rifles.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A wonderful example of its type with beautiful color case-hardening..
 Colt 1964 Col. Sam Colt Sesquicentennial Presentation SAA, Cal. 45LC           SOLD:  $1,595
Introduced in 1964 to celebrate the birthday of Samuel Colt, which took place in 1814.  There were 5,000 of these guns manufactured and they were equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, nickel plated non-fluted cylinder, wood grips with Rampant Colt medallions, nickel plated backstrap and trigger guard, nickel plated screws, chambered in .45 Long Colt, and a uniquely stamped and machine engraved cylinder and barrel.  The gun comes with a custom Colt walnut presentation case, Samuel Colt Coin, (12) .45 Long Colt cartridges, a book "The Collection of Colonel Colt" by R.L. Wilson, and all original paper-work.  Is unfired and is in like new condition.  The case is in excellent condtion, with only some very minor handling marks.  Nice 2nd Generation Colt SAA Commemorative.
 Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army, Cal. 45 LC              SOLD:  $5,250
Colt 1st Generation Single Action Army made in the Intermediate Smokeless Powder Period (Mfg. 1908 to 1920, serial number range 300,000 to 339,000), which many collectors regard as the end of the "Cowboy" period of SAA production. This 1916 vintage, all numbers matching, including the grips and cylinder, SAA is equipped with a 4 3/4 inch barrel (correct 2-line address on top of barrel), blue/color case-hardened finish, hard rubber "Rampant Colt" grips, and is chambered in 45 Long Colt. The gun retains about 70 to 80% of its original blue finish, with most thinning on the ejector rod housing and cylinder due to holstering. The frame retains about 80% to 90% of its original color casehardening, with most thinning on the recoil shield and loading gate. There is only a slight trace of color case-hardening on the hammer. The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is very tight and functions perfectly. The grips have no cracks or chips, but it does have some handling marks on the left grip panel (looks to have bumped into something). Screw heads are un-molested. A Colt factory letter is included, shipped to St. Louis, MO, October 11, 1916.  A very nice 1st Gen. Colt Single Action, in the desirable caliber and barrel length.  Last of the Old West Six Guns. 
 Armalite AR-180, Cal. 5.56mm              SOLD:  $1,350
The Armalite AR-180 is a semi-auto gas operated rifle, equipped with a 18 1/4 inch barrel, folding stock, flash hider with bayonet lug, and chambered in 5.56mm.  They were manufactured by Armalite in Costa Mesa, CA (1969-1972), Howa Machinery Ltd., Nagoya, Japan (1972 & 1973), and by Sterling Armament Co. Ltd., Dagenham, Essex, England.  This Sterling manufactured rifle is equipped with a Armalite 2.75x  by 20mm scope and (1) 20-round magazine.  The rifle is in excellent condition, with a bright bore and perfectly functioning action.  These are getting harder to find, especially in this condition.
 Colt New Service, Cal. 44/40 WCF               SOLD:  $1,165
Good looking Colt New Service, chambered in 44/40 WCF.  It is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, checkered hard rubber grips, and is blue finished.  The gun retains most of its original finish, with the exception of thinning on the barrel due to holstering, and some minor thinning of its sharp edges on the cylinder and frame, due to handling.  It has a perfect, bright bore, and the action is tight and functions as new.  As can be seen on the pictures, the left grip panel has a chip at the bottom of it, the right grips panel is excellent.  A very nice example of its type, unique in the 44/40 chambering.
 Nagoya Army Arsenal Type 99 Japanese Rifle, Cal. 7.7 Japanese              SOLD:  $450
This particular rifle is a battlefield pick-up that was brought home by a WWII vet.  Most Japanese rifles were surrendered after the war, after the Chrysanthemum Crest had been ground off or defaced. It was a great "loss of face" to allow a rifle to be captured with the crest intact, so the rifles with the chamber crest were generally taken from the battlefield.  This rifle is in excellent original condition with all matching numbers, airplane sight and cleaning rod.  The metal parts retain most of their original blueing, the chrome lined bore is excellent, and the wood retains its original finish with numerous dents and scratches that would be expected from a rifle that saw use/service in the Pacific theatre.
 1st Model Colt New Line Revolver, Cal. .32 RF               SOLD:  $625
The 1st Model Colt New Line revolvers were made from 1873 to 1884.  The little 5 and 7 (.22 only) shot revolvers were manufactured with either a 1 3/4, 2 1/4, or 4 inch barrel, full nickel or blue/case-hardened finish, spur trigger, and chambered in .22, .30, .32, .38, or .41 RF and CF.  This 1876 vintage Colt New .32 is equipped with a 2 1/4 inch barrel, is full nickel finished, and fitted with wood grips.  It retains about 80-85% of its original nickel finish and the wood grips retain most of their original finish.  The bore has somewhat sharp rifling, is shootable, but has some corrosion.  The hand apparently has a broke spring, since it will only cock and turn the cylinder when the gun is pointed down, otherwise, the action is smooth. 
 Very Early Colt Baby Dragoon, .31 Caliber            PRICE:  $3,500
This 5 inch barrel, Colt Baby Dragoon, serial number 543, was probably made in the new Hartford plant in the last months of 1847, even though it became known as the Model of 1848.  It actually predates by a few months the much larger .44 caliber First Model Dragoon.  While approximately13,000 were manufactured before a loading lever was added in 1850, it is very rare to find a three digit serial numbered specimen.  These first pocket revolvers met with a ready market and saw hard usage.  On this all numbers matching gun, the Ranger and Indian fight scene is still partially visable, and its grip straps retain 10-15% original silver plate.  While no original blue remains, it is 100% original, and mechanically good.  Very early three digit examples such as this are very difficult to find.
 Model 1873 Trapdoor "Cadet" Rifle            SOLD:  $1,850
This early "Cadet", serial number 21,xxx, was manufactured in 1874 or 1875 and is the rarest of all the major trapdoor variations.  Only 3,000 1st models were made, and most were well used in training exercises at West Point, and later at the various military schools and organizations.  This one has survived in excellent condition without the addition of later sling swivels, with an excellent Erskine Allen cartouch, excellent stock and bore, and all original parts.  A very hard gun to find in this condition.
 Colt New Service Revolver, Cal. .44 Russian & .44 S&W Spec.          SOLD:  $4,250
An extremely nice 1922 vintage Colt New Service, equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, finished in full nickel, chambered in Russian and S&W Special .44, lanyard lood, and fitted with beautiful pearl grips.  The revolver is in excellent condition, retaining about 98% of its original nickel finish, with minor flaking on the sharp edges of the cylinder and the muzzle of the barrel.  The bore is bright , with sharp rifling, and the action is tight.  The well fitted pearl grips are unique, with a wonderfully carved eagle head on the the left grip, and with  little chipping and no cracks.  The gun comes with a Colt factory letter, stating it was shipped May 22, 1922 to Gus Habich in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Would make a fantastic addition to any Colt or big bore double action collection.
 WWII Remington Rand 1911A1, Cal. 45 ACP             SOLD: 
An excellent example of a 1st contract Remington-Rand .45, this government model, serial number 965822, was built in 1943, and is 100% correct and original.  It has the 2nd slide marking, with "USA" added, which is proper in this serial range, as is the small "o" in the "No" preceeding the number.  All parts appear to be original and correct, including the "G" proofed Colt barrel (only on the first contract) and the Keyes Fiber Co. grips/  This gun remains in excellent condition, with approximately 95% original finish and an excellent bore.  The magazine is also very good with original finish, but is of Scovill Manufacturing and is marked with an "S".  The correct magazine for this gun would be "G" marked for General Shaver.  Overall, this 1st contract Remington Rand is a difficult gun to find in this pristine condition. Included, 1943 dated shoulder holster and WWI vintage magazine pouch.
 Nickel Smith & Wesson Model 27, Cal. 357 Magnum           SOLD:  $1,100
Nice S&W Model 27 equipped with a 6 inch barrel, patridge front sight, target hammer and trigger, S&W checkered target grips, adjustable rear sight, full nickel finish, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  The 6-shot revolver is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  All screw heads are un-molested, the bore is bright and the action functions perfectly. Note: There is a small dent on the back-strap.  Included is a S&W mahogoney presentation case, sorry, no paper-work.  The case is in very good condition, with only some minor handling marks.  Very few nickel Model 27's were manufactured.
 Browning Hi-Power "Gold Classic", Cal. 9mm                  SOLD:  $4,995
From 1984 to 1986 Browning Manufactured the "Classic Hi-Power Series" of handguns.  There were less than 2,500 manufactured in the "Classic" model and under 350 manufactured  in "Gold Classic" model.  Both models/editions featured multiple engraved scenes, a special silver grey finish, equipped with gold triggers, presentation grips, and were presentation cased.  The "Gold Classic" had 5 gold enlays and select walnut grips, which were both checkered and carved.  This pistol, #61, is as described, and is new/unfired.  The wood presentation case is also as new.  The gun comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, paper-work, and shipping sleeve and box.  A beautiful cased Hi-Power.
 Rare Walther PPK Dural "Eagle F" Police, Cal. .32 ACP          SOLD:  $2,995
Just received this Walther PPK, Dural Frame, "Eagle F" stamped .32 ACP pistol.  This is a very rare and desirable variation of the Walther PPK.  It was purchased by the Nazi Police and is marked with the "Eagle F" acceptance stamp.  It also was built on a Dural or lightweight frame.  Examples that have the combination of both of these characteristics are very seldom seen.  This Walther is in excellent original condition, with the finish only showing slight edge wear.  The grips are nearly perfect, without any cracks or warping.  The bore is excellent and the magazine is original.  A beautiful and rare WWII pistol.
 U.S. Model 1850 Staff & Field Officer's Sword                SOLD:  $3,500
An extremely nice, U.S. and 1851 date stamped, Model 1850 Staff & Field Officer's sword.  This is one of 150 purchased by the U.S. Government in 1851 and is A.D.K. inpection stamped, manufactured by Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts.
 Winchester 1873 Rifle, Cal. 38-40               SOLD:  $2,950
1873 Winchester rifle with a 24 inch round barrel, steel crescent buttplate with trap-door, and chambered in 38-40 (38 W.C.F.).  The bore is bright with good rifling and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The dust cover fits well and operates like a new one.  A very nice 1887 vintage antique 1873 Rifle, would make an excellent shooter or wall hanger.
 Remington .36 New Model Police Revolver             SOLD:  $1,250
First manufactured in 1865 to compete with the Colt 1862 Police and Pocket Navy revolvers, these well designed handguns were an instant success and very popular.  They were basically scaled down versions of the larger Remington Navy and Belt Models, with five shot, .36 caliber chambers, and were offered in barrel lengths from 3 1/2 to 6 1/2 inches, in blue and nickel finishes.  This example with a 4 1/2 inch barrel is in excellent original condition and retains 60-70% of its original blue finish.  The bore is good and the mechanics are fine.  A very handsome little revolver.
 WWI/WWII Technical Police Erfurt Luger, Cal. 9mm             SOLD:  $3,850
This original commercial P08, from the 1912 period, probably saw service during WWI as a German officer's  (.30 Luger)sidearm, then was reworked at a later date, circa 1936, during the Weimar period, and re-issued to the Nazi era Technical Police Unit.  A sear and magazine safety were also added at that time.  Unlike most military Lugers, it retains both of its WWII numbered Haenee Schmeisser magazines, a matching serial numbered holster dated 1941, and its original serial numbered take-down tool.  The gun is in excellent condition, the bore is bright, stocks are excellent, and the gun retains about 90% of its Weimar period finish.  Many Lugers have survived in good condition, but very, very few with their matching magazines, holster and tool!  A rare find.
 E. & F. Horster WWII Nazy Army Officers Dagger           SOLD:  $550
Very nice condition E. & F. Horster German Army Officers Dagger.  It is in great condition, with no cracks or splits in the handle, un-damaged sheath, and very little in the way of corrosion on the blade.  The nakers name is strong and the blade has no chips or major cracking.  A great addition to any WWII collection.
Ruger 10/22 Canadian Centennial, 22 LR           SOLD:  $495
In 1967 Sturm, Ruger & Co. made 2000 10/22 rifles to commemorate the Canadian Centennial.  This gun is serial numbered C863 and is in as new/unfired condition, with only a couple of minor handling marks.  Included with the gun is its original numbered to the gun box and paper-work.  How often do you see one of these.
 Mauser 1896 Broomhandle "Red 9", Cal. 9mm                SOLD:  $2,950
Promped by the increasing demands of World War I, the German Government in 1916 contracted with Mauser Werke for 150,000 pistols in 9mm Parabellum caliber.  The grips of these guns were to be marked with a large red "9" to differentiate them from those in 7.63mm, already in service.  This gun, serial number 98532, is in excellent condition.  It retains 90% original finish, has a good bore, and the grips show little wear.  A great example of its type.
 Springfield 1911, WWI, Cal. .45ACP                SOLD:  $3,350
Springfield 1911, circa 1915, in about 50 to 60% condition.  Everything appears to be original, except the magazine and the barrel, which is a pre-WWI replacement.
 Colt 1969 Golden Spike Scout, Cal. 22 LR            SOLD:  $650
New in its original presentation case, Colt Golden Spike Scout.  These Single Actions were made in 1969 to ccmmemorate the 100th year of the last railroad spike placed to celebrate the spanning of the continent.  11,000 were manufactured.  This gun is new/unfired.
 Mortimer Cased Pair          SOLD:  $10,000
This beautiful pair of English percussion pistols date from about 1840-1850 and are extremely well preserved.  They are smooth bore of approximately .65 caliber.  The 8 inch octagon barrels appear unfired and still show 95% of their fine damascus finish.  Their original wooden case is excellent and shows no warping.  All accessories, including mold, leather covered flask, ram rod, nipple wrench and cap tin are original and appear unused.  Both barrels are marked "T.E. MORTIMER, MAKER TO HIS MAJESTY, LONDON".  Overall, these are pristine examples of  some of the finest handguns made in the mid 19th century.
 
 

 

 Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army, Cal. .38 Special, NIB             SOLD:  $4,500
The Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army was made from 1956 to 1976, with approximately 73,000 manufactured.  There are three variations of these guns, the SAA Early 2nd Generation (1956 to 1965), SAA Mid-Range 2nd Generation (1965 to 1973), and the SAA Late 2nd Generation (1973 to 1976).  This is an Early 2nd Generation, made in 1960, and is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, is blue/color case-hardened finished, and is chambered in .38 Special.  This gun is one of 2,881 2nd Generations made in this configuration.  It is brand new, has never been fired, and comes with its original numbered to the gun black box, with all paper-work.  A good looking .38 SAA.
  1923 DWM Commercial Luger, Cal. 7.65mm Para.(.30 Luger)             SOLD:  $1,150
The 1923 Commercial DWM Lugers were made from approximately 1923 to 1930, with about 14,000 manufactured, and were sold mostly for Export.  The pistols were equipped with a 3 5/8 inch barrel and were chambered in .30 Luger.  This all numbers matching (Serial 85XXX) .30 Luger 1923 Commercial is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original blue finish, with the exception of some wear at the muzzle and bottom of the grip and some thinning on some of the sharp edges, the straw parts retain most all of their original finishes, the grips are also in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips, has a perfect bore with sharp rifling and a tight and as new functioning action.  The magazine has the correct non-numbered wood base and is also in excellent condition.  It is stamped "GERMANY" under the serial number on the front of the frame.  A very nice example of its type.
 FN Belgian Military Hi-Power, Tangent Sight & Slotted, Cal. 9mm              SOLD
Just received this very nice pre-war (1937) FN Belgian Military Hi-power.  It is Liege proofed, with Belgian military acceptance markings, is blue finished, is equipped with checkered wood grips, tangent adjustable rear sight, slotted bakstrap for a stock, and is chambered in 9mm.  The pistol retains most all of its original blue finish, with some thinning on the sharp edges and normal wear areas.  The grips are in excellent condition, the bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A period holster (no markings) is included along with a 2nd magazine.  Both magazines are FN stamped.  An excellent example of its type.
 Colt 1903, Cal. .32 ACP             SOLD:  $995
Just received this nice Colt 1903.  It is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original blue finish, with some thinning on the sharp edges of the frame and slide.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.
 1st Year Production Colt "ACE", Cal. .22 LR           SOLD:  $5,500
The Colt "ACE" was made from 1931 to 1941 and 1947, with almost 11,000 manufactured.  The pistols are similar to the Government 1911 but were chambered in .22 LR.  They were equipped with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, full checkered walnut grips, and an adjustable rear sight.  This first year production "ACE", retains about 95-97% of its original high polish blue finish and the grips are in excellent condition, with only a few minor handling marks and no chips or cracks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions smoothly/perfectly.  A good looking "ACE".
 Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army, Cal. .44 Special, NIB             SOLD:  $5,500
The Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army was made from 1956 to 1976, with approximately 73,000 manufactured.  There are three variations of these guns, the SAA Early 2nd Generation (1956 to 1965), SAA Mid-Range 2nd Generation (1965 to 1973), and the SAA Late 2nd Generation (1973 to 1976).  This is an Early 2nd Generation, made in 1960, and is equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, is blue/color case-hardened finished, and is chambered in .44 Special.  This gun is one of 1,048 2nd Generations made in this configuration.  It is brand new, has never been turned, let alone fired, and comes with its original numbered to the gun black box, with all paper-work.  A fantastic addition to any gun collection.
 Remington Model 51, Cal. .32 ACP               SOLD:  $895
The Remington Model 51 semi automatic pistol was made from 1918 to 1926, with approximately 65,000 manufactured.  The pistols were equipped with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, grip safety, fixed sights, hard rubber two piece checkered grips, were blue finished only, and were chambered in either .32 ACP or .380 ACP.  This Model 51 is chambered in .32 ACP and is in excellent condition, retaining near 98% of its original blue finish with excellent grips, which have only minimal handling marks.  The bore is bright and action functions perfectly.  The pistol comes with its original box, owners manual, cleaning rod/brush, and an extra magazine.  A very nice example of its type.
 Winchester Model 63, Cal. .22LR               SOLD:  $1,450
Very nice Winchester Model 63, manufactured in 1955.  The rifle is stamped ".22 LONG RIFLE SUPER SPEED AND SUPER X".  It retains most all of its original finishes, with only some very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright and the action operates perfectly.  A very attractive Winchester 22 automatic.
 Colt 1851 Navy, .36 Cal.               SOLD:  $2,450
A Civil War gun manufactured in 1862 with its original holster.  Numbered in the 129xxx serial range, this is a standard Model 1851 that appears to have been well cared for and shows an even grey-brown patina.  It was purchased from a local family, along with the brown, Confederate syle holster, and there is a scroll engraved name on the bottom of the grip strap, "D.B. Rohrer".  This is the family name from which it was purchased, and their ancester carried it in the Civil War, according to family lore.  All parts are matched, except for the loading lever, which is probably a period replacement , based on the similar wear and patina.  The action is crisp and the gun is very tight.  It is very good, original condition, and the pig-skin holster is excellent.
 FN / Browning 10/71 Renaissance Model, Cal. 380 ACP             SOLD:  $2,150
The Browning Model 10/71 was sold in the U.S. by BAC from 1970 to 1974 as the "Standard .380 Automatic Pistol".  These modified versions of the Model 1922 pistol were equipped with a 4 1/2 inch barrel, grip safety, target sights, and target grips.  This is the Renaissance Model 10/71, which is extensively engraved on a grey silver slide and frame, fitted with a gold plated trigger, and checkered wood grips.  This 1971 vintage gun is in like new condition, it has been fired, but very little from its appearance.  Its Browning black pistol rug and instructions manual is included with the gun.  A very nice looking Browning pistol, and a great addition to a Browning handgun collection.
 Colt Pre-Woodsman, Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $1,350
The Colt Pre-Woodsman pistols were manufactured from 1915 to 1927, with approximately 54,000 made.  This 1925 vintage Pre-Woodsman is in excellent condition retaining 98% of its original finish, with most blue wear at the muzzle.  The bore is as new and the action functions perfectly.  The original checkered walnut grips are also in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, and an un-molested screw.  The adjustable sight screws are also un-molested.  It's factory test target and owners manual are also included.  An excellent example of its type.
 Colt Pocket Positive, Cal. .32 police Ctg                 SOLD:  $1,200
Unfired/As New 1934 vintage Colt Pocket Positive, equipped with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, in its original numbered to gun box, with cleaning rod and paper-work, and chambered in .32.  Also included is a new 2 1/2 inch barrel, with same patent dates on top of barrel.  Fantastic condition Colt.
 Colt Florida Territory Sesquicentennial Scout Peacemaker .22                SOLD:  $695
In 1972 Colt introduced the Colt Florida Territory Sesquincentennial Scout to commemorate the 150th year of the formation of the Florida Territory.  Colt manufactured 2000 of these .22 revolvers, serial numbered 1FLA to 2000FLA.  This gun is the 131th built and is in as new/unfired condition.  The original presentation case is included with the gun and it is also in excellent condition, with only a few minor handling marks.  A good looking Colt.
 Colt 1964 Nevada Statehood Centennial 22/45 Combo w/Extra Cylinder             SOLD:  $2,250
In 1964 Colt commemorated the 100th year of Nevada Statehood with the manufacturing of a number of cased sets, this being the 22/45 Combo with extra cylinder.  There were 577 of these sets made.  This set is new/infired, sorry there are no extra cylinders.  The guns are near perfect in every way and the case is in very good condition, with the exception of a crack, apparently from drying out.  A very nice looking set of Single Actions.  Remember this is a 2nd Generation SAA.
 F.B. Radom Model 35 (1911), WWII, Cal. 9mm                               SOLD:  $1,250
Nice World War II vintage Radom Model 35.  The pistol is chambered in 9mm.  It has sharp stamps, un-molested screws, the bore has good rifling, with some minor surface corrosion, and the action functions perfectly.  The grips are in near excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  Included with the gun is an extra magazine and holster.
 Colt Single Action Army, Cal. 32-20                 SOLD:  $1,550
New in the box Colt Single Action Army, chambered in 32-20, full nickel finish, and equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel.  Gun includes original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.  Pretty Colt.
 Armalite AR-7, Cal. .22 LR              SOLD:  $550
The AR-7 Explorer was manufactured by Armalite from 1959 to 1973.  The guns featured a 16 inch aluminum barrel with a steel liner, aperture rear sight, take down action and barrel store in hollow plastic stock which were either brown, black, or multi-color, gun will float, chambered in .22 LR, and were designed by Gene Stoner.  This is the rare brown stock version and is as decribed.  The gun retains most all of its original finish, with some thinning on the sharp edges of the frame and muzzle of the barrel.  The stock  has some handling marks and is cracked above the pistol grip (see picture), though still is sound.  Rare little gun.
 J.P. Sauer Model 38h Nazi Police, Cal. 32ACP             SOLD:  $995
This Model 38h, serial number 314362, exhibits 95% of the early high polish blue finish and has the "eagle C" police acceptance stamp.  According to Still's book "AXIS Pistols" it is a scarce subvariation because it has a checkered magazine release button.  Besides being in great original condition, it als has a matching numbered magazine that is only found on police variations and an original black police hoster marked SS, OTTO SINDEL, BERLIN, 1941.  An un-numbered second magazine completes the rig.
 Colt 1911 Russian, Cal. 45 ACP 
One of 51,000 exported to the Russian Government in 1916-1917, but only a few are known to exist today.  This gun, serial # C61,975, falls within the range of C23,000 to C89,000 that were shipped.  The mystery of their scarcity is still largely unanswered, but we do know that 3,000 were dropped in Finland and that a large quantity were sold to China after WWII.  Many were undoubtably carried off during the Russian revolution and many others were simply lost to attrition.  Regardless, they are seldom found today in good, original condition.  This gun retains approximately 75 to 80% original finish and has a used, but good bore.  Colt factory letter verifying shipment to Russia will be included.
 Colt Military "US Navy" 1911A1, Cal. .45ACP          SOLD:  $10,000
An extremely nice example of its type.  This Military, stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY 1911A1 US ARMY", Colt 1911A1 is the rare 1939 Navy Model, which was shipped to the Naval Supply Depot on December 2, 1939.  The pistol retains all of its original blue finish, with only some very minor thinning on the sharp edges and the front strap.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action is tight and functions perfectly.   Included with the gun is a factory Colt letter attesting to its authenticity.  A fantastic example of its type.
 Erfurt Luger 1918/1920 Double Date, WWI, Cal. 9mm            SOLD: $1200
Nice WWI vintage Erfurt double dated 1918/1920 Luger.  The pistol is all numbers matching except for the magazine and grips.  The original finish is thinning evenly overall and the grips are in very fine condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright and the action functions smoothly.  A great shooter Luger.

 

 Colt 1977 2nd Amendment .22 Peacemaker Buntline, Cal. 22LR                SOLD:  $595
Here is a Colt Peacemaker Buntline .22 celebrating the 2nd Amendment ("The Right Of The People To Keep And Bear Arms Shall Not Be Infringed") of the United States Constituition.  These beautiful little Single Actions were made in 1977, with 3,020 manufactured.  This gun is new/unfired/unturned and is in perfect condition.  The Colt Presentation case is also in as new condition, with no handling marks, what-so-ever.  A very good looking Colt Peacemaker .22.
 Smith & Wesson Military & Police, Model 1905-4th Change, Cal. .38 Special              SOLD:  $550
The S&W Military & Police, Model 1905-4th Change was made from 1915 to 1942, with approximately 758,296 manufactured. This late 1920's vintage S&W is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its blue finish, with only some minor thinning on some of its sharp edges.  The checkered diamond walnnut grips are in like new condition, with only a couple of very minor handling marks.  The hammer and trigger retain most all of their original color-case-hardened finish.  The bore is as new and the action functions perfectly.  An excellent example of its type.
 Enfield Jungle Carbine, Cal. 303 British              SOLD:  $750
One of the nicest, vintage 6/46, Enfield Jungle Carbines you will ever find.  Is equipped with the desirable milled flip up rear sight.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly.  Even every screw head is perfect/un-molested.  It is all numbers matching, including the magazine.  A fantastic example of its type.
 H?R M-1 Garand, Cal. 30-06               SOLD:  $1,450
Nice original H?R M-1 Garand.  Throat erosion is 1.5 and muzzle erosion is 1.  Bore is as new and action is tight and functions perfectly.  Stock has nice sharp cartouches.  Great addition to a Garand collection or shooter.
 United States Firearms "Rodeo", Cal. .45 Long Colt           SOLD:  $850
Very nice pre-owned United States Firearms "Rodeo".  This Single Action is equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, black "US" checkered plastic grips, standard matte black/blue finish, and the optional color case-hardened hammer.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  A USFA black box is included, sorry, no paper-work.
 

 

 Smith & Wesson .38 Safety Hammerless Fifth Model, Cal. .38 S?W            SOLD:  $495
The S?W .38 Safety Hammerless Fifth Model was made from 1907 to 1940, in the serial number range from approximately 220,000 to 261,493.  The small double action revolvers could be equipped with a 2, 3 1/4, 4, 5, or 6 inch barrel, a blue or nickel finish, "S?W" monogram checkered hard rubber grips or checkered walnut grips, and were chambered in .38 S?W.  This gun features a 3 1/4 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips, and is blue finished.  It retains most all of its original blue finish, with only minor some thinning on the sharp edges.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  The walnut grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.   A clean little S?W Hammerless.
 Colt 70 Series Gold Cup National Match, Cal. .45 ACP                 SOLD:  $1,450
1970's production Colt 70 Series Gold Cup National Match, chambered in .45 ACP.  The pistol is equipped with a 5 inch National Match accurizer barrel and bushing, serrated flat main spring housing, an adjustable trigger, target hammer, Colt Elliason adjustable rear sight, full checkered walnut grips, with gold Colt medallions, patridge front sight, solid rib, and is Colt blue finished.  The gun retains about 98% of its original Colt Blue finish, with thinning at the rear/lower portion of the backstrap and some very minor thinning at the muzzle.  The grips are in excellent condition, the bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.
 High Standard 50th Anniversary "Crusader", Cal. .45 LC               SOLD:  $850
In 1977 High Standard celebrated their 50th Anniversary with the limited production of their "Crusader" model of revolver.  The double action revolvers were equipped with either a 6 1/2 or 8 3/8 inch barrel, finished in blue with a gold crusader on the side plate, 501 manufactured in .44 Magnum and 501 in .45 Long Colt, some engraved, were cased, and had an anniversary rollmark to commemorate High Standards 50th Anniversary.  This "Crusader" is equipped with the 6 1/2 inch barrel, is chambered in .45 Long Colt, and is not engraved.  The gun is unfired and in mint condition, with only a very minor turn line on the cylinder.  Included is its original presentation case.
 Browning Hi-Power Centennial 1878-1978 Model, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $1,850
In 1978 the Browning Hi-Power Centennial was introduced.  It was similar to the standard fixed sight Hi-Power, but was chrome plated and had the inscription "Browning Centennial/1878-1978" engraved on the right side of the slide, they were equipped with checkered walnut grips with "B" in the circle medallions, fitted with a gold trigger, was presentation cased, and were chambered in 9mm.  Only 3,500 were manufactured, making these somewhat hard to find.  The gun is brand new/unfired and the presentation case is in excellent condition, with only a very few minor handling marks.
 Colt Frontier Six Shooter Model 1878, Cal. 44-40                      SOLD:  $1,850
A very interesting Double Action Colt with unique grip modification.  This 44-40 revolver, manufactured in 1889, remains in excellent condition, with about 80% original bright blue and an excellent bore.  Sometime during it's period of use, the grip was lengthened by a very competent gunsmith.  A new, square bottom was attached to the existing grip frame, and so well done that it is practically invisable. The serial number was also relocated to the bottom of the extended grip frame.  In addition, a handsome pair of walnut grips, with ivory medallions, were configured and fitted to the gun.  Knowing that the Colt Company had made four Single Action Armies with double action, birdshead grips on special order, it is conceivable that the factory did this work, but since there are no factory rework marks on the gun, we do not think this is probable.  Regardless, it is a very interesting, one of a kind, antique Colt.
 

 

 Ruger Colorado Centennial Super Single Six, Cal. 22LR/.22 Mag.             SOLD:  $495
The Ruger Colorado Centennial Super Single Six was made in 1975 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the State of Colorado, along with the 200th Bicentennial.  There were 15,000 made with all the guns equipped with a 6 1/2 inch barrel, blue finish with the exception of the stainless steel grip frame, and included a walnut presentation case with medallion insert.  This gun is new in its case, and includes the key and extra .22 Magnum cylinder.  Good looking Colorado Commemorative.
 

 

 Colt Military "US Navy" 1911A1, Cal. .45ACP           SOLD:  $9,450
An extremely nice example of its type.  This Military, stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY 1911A1 US ARMY", Colt 1911A1 is the rare 1939 Navy Model, which was shipped to the Naval Supply Depot on December 2, 1939.  The pistol retains near all of its original blue finish, with only some minor thinning on the front strap and top of slide.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, but is a little frosty.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  The magazine is the correct type and is very clean.  Included with the gun is a factory Colt letter attesting to its authenticity.
 

 

 C. Sharps # 1 4-Barrel Derringer, Cal. .22              SOLD:  $495
Nice C. Sharps # 1 4-barrel derringer.  The finishes have mostly been worn off, but the little gun functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up and a smooth operating rotating firing pin.  The grips are in very fine condition, with only some minor chipping on the left grip.  All screw heads are un-molested.  Rifling can be seen in the bores, but there is some corrosion/spotting.  These are neat little pistols, getting harder to find in this condition.
 Smith ? Wesson Model 66, 357 Combat Magnum          SOLD:  $695
Just received this very nice, 3rd year production/1972 vintage, Smith ? Wesson Model 66.  It is equipped with a  4 inch barrel, all stainless steel adjustable rear sight, cylinder with recessed chambers, trigger stop, and checkered target grips.  The gun is in excellent condition, appearing to have been fired very little.  It has a perfect bore and the action functions perfectly.  The original numbered to the gun box, cleaning rod, brush, and mop, S?W screwdriver, and some paper-work (sorry, no instuctions manual) are included.  These are getting hard to find in this condition. 
 Browning Hi-Power Louis XVI Model, Cal. 9mm                SOLD:  $1,750
A limited series, Belgian made, 9mm Browning Hi-Power with nearly 100% leaf scroll engraving.  This gun is very similar to the Renaissance Model and has a beautiful satin nickel finish and full checkered walnut grips with gold medallions.  It was discontinued in 1984, with only a few thousand manufactured.  This gun appears unfired and retains its original walnut, red satin lined presentation case.  A beautiful Hi-Power.
 

 

 WWI Vintage DWM Luger, Cal. 9mm              SOLD:  $2,395
Just received this very nice 1914 dated DWM Luger, made the first year of WWI.  The gun is all numbers matching, including the grips and magazine.  It retains most all of its original finish, with thinning on sharp edges and those areas normally worn from having been holstered.  The straw finished parts retain most of their original finishes, though some thinnig is evident.  The bore is as new and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The grip screw heads are unmolested and the grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  A very nice example of its type.
 

 

 Winchester 1873 Rifle Third Model with Special Length Barrel, Cal. 38-40                SOLD:  $1,750
This is a 1890 vintage Winchester 1873 rifle, chambered in 38-40, equipped with straight grip stock, crescent butt-plate with cleaning rod compartment, full tube magazine, and special order 26 inch octagon barrel (rather than the standard 24 inch). The bore is bright but is worn with some minor spotting and the action operates well.  The dust cover fits well and the lever lock is tight, both operate great.  Both the front and rear sight are correct for the gun, both are clean.  Great cowboy gun.
 Colt Detective Special Post-War, Cal. .38 Special                 SOLD:  $950
The Post-War Colt Detective Special was made from 1947 to 1972.  The 6-shot revolvers were equipped with a 2 or 3 inch barrel, were chambered in .32 NP, .38 NP, or .38 Spl., plastic grips from 1947-1954, wood grips 1955-1965, wraparound wood grips 1966-1972, and could be finished in blue or nickel.  This 1964 vintage gun is blue finished, is chambered for the .38 Spl.cartridge, and has checkered wood grips with "Rampant" Colt medallions.  The gun is as new, appearing to having been test fired only, and retains 99%+ of its original finish with only a very faint drag line on the cylinder and mark on the frame under the cylinder.  The original, numbered to the gun, box and paper-work are also included.  A fantastic addition to any Colt or Snubby" collection.
 Remingtom Model 81 "POLICE GUN", Cal. .35 Rem.             SOLD:  $2,750
The Model 81 Remington was made from 1936 to 1950 with a total of 56,091 manufactured.  The rifles were equipped with a 22 inch barrel, notched elevator rear sight, non-detachable box magazine, takedown action, and were chambered in .30 Rem., .32 Rem., .35 Rem., or .330 Savage.  The guns were an improvement of the Model 8 and were available in 5 grades and a Police Model.  This is the "Police Model" and is in excellent condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue finish.  The stock and forearm are also in excellent condition, retaining all of their original finish, with minimal handling marks.  The left side of the frame has the factory "POLICE GUN-Property of" stamped on it, with the addition of "Frazier Le Bus" engraved after the stamp.  The bore is bright and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  These rifles are hard to find in this kind of condition, let alone a "POLICE MODEL" variation.
 
 

 

 Ben Lane Engraved Colt SAA, 1st Gen., Cal. 38/40         SOLD:  $7,850
Just received this 1897 vintage 1st generation Colt SAA, engraved by Ben Lane.  The gun features a 4 3/4 inch barrel, Helfricht style engraving  in about "C" coverage, smooth vory grips, antique/soft nickel finish, and is chambered in 38/40 WCF.  A great looking Colt Peacemaker.
 Winchester 94 John Wayne Commemorative, Cal. 32-40          SOLD:  $1,850
The John Wayne Winchester 94 Carbine Commemorative was made in 1981, with 49,000 manufactured.  This John Wayne Commemorative is serial numbered JW 30175 and comes with its original numbered to the gun box, with all paper-work, including hang-tag and saddle ring leather thong.  It is brand new, has never been fired, and from its appearance rarely handled.
 Colt .44 Richards Conversion              SOLD:  $6,500
An excellent example of a first model Richards Conversion of the 1860 Army.  It retains 40-50% original bright blue on the barrel and cylinder, 30% colors on the frame, 75-80% varnish on the grips, and a very crisp, clear naval engagement scene roll engraved on the cylinder.  The majority of these guns saw heavy use, as they were the first metallic cartridge Colt, preceeding the Single Action Army by two years.  Only about 8,500 of these first models were produced, followed by approximately 500 of the second model.  This depleted the last of the surplus barrels and frames left over from the 1860 Army production, which were in the 167,000 to 200,000 serial range,  The frame, barrel and cylinder number on this example is 197,135, while the trigger guard and back strap are numbered 177,135, illustrating the clean up of spare parts.  These guns continued to sell well even after the debut of the Single Action since they were sold at a modest price of $8.50, while the newer "Peacemaker" was $12.00.
 Colt New Service .455 Eley,  WWI Era        SOLD:  $950
Nice WWI era Colt New Service Revolver, originally shipped to England on March 30th, 1917 in a shipment of 500 guns.  The gun is equipped with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, lanyard ring on the butt, polished blue finished, and chambered in .455 Eley.  It retains approximately 85% of its original finish, the grips appear to be original to the gun, and though there are some minor handling marks, they have no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright, the action is very tight and it functions perfectly.  All British proof stamps are sharp. Included is Colt Factory Letter.  Would make a great shooter or WWI collectable.

 

 Colt 1964 Wyoming Diamond Jubilee Scout Commemorative, Cal. .22 LR           SOLD:  $650
In 1964 Colt introduced the Colt Wyoming Diamond Jubilee Scout to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the State of Wyoming.  Colt manufactured 2,357 of these Scout .22LR revolvers.  This gun is new and includes its original Colt presentation case, which also is in as new condition, and all paper-work.  Pretty little Colt.
 Colt Scout, Cal. .22LR/.22Mag             SOLD:  $550
1967 vintage Colt Scout with both a .22 LR and .22 Magnum cylinder.  The gun retains most all of its original finish, with only some very minor chipping on the alloy trigger guard and frame.  Gun has after-market laminate wood grips.  Bore is bright and action functions perfectly.  A good looking little Colt Single Action.
 German WWII G41 Semi-Auto            SOLD:  $3,800
Nice G41 WWII German military semi-auto rifle.  Gun is all original except for the bolt assembly.
 Colt Woodsman 1st Series Target Model, Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $595
The 1st Series Colt Woodsman was made from 1927 to 1947, with a total production of 112,000.  The pistols were equipped with a 6 5/8 inch barrel (Target Model) or 4 1/2 inch barrel (Sport Model), checkered wood grips, bottom mag release, adjustable front and rear sight's, 10-shot magazine, were marked "THE WOODSMAN", came with a blue finish only, and was chambered in .22 LR. (standard velocity only until 1931, high velocity after).  This 1943 vintage pistol retains about 90-95% of its original finish with crisp stampings and un-molested screw-heads.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions as new.  The grips are in excellent condition, with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Good looking gun.
 Colt Etched Panel Single Action Army, Cal. 44-40            SOLD:  $6,850
The 44-40 Etched Panel SAA refers to Single Actions chambered in .44 WCF cal. with the words "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" acid etched in a panel on the left side of the barrel.  These guns were made from about 1878 to 1890.  This Etched Panel SAA is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, standard wood grips, and is nickel plated.  It retains approximately 30 to 40% of its original nickel finish, has sharp rifling in the bore, though it does have some spotting, and the action functions perfectly.  The wood grips fit very well, with no chips or cracks.  The screw heads are decent, with some even having  their original fire blue finish.  A great looking Etched Panel SAA.
 Model 1850 Staff ? Field Officers Sword                SOLD:  $1,350
One of the finest of this pattern we have ever had.  Blade is in excellent condition with only a few dark oxidation spots, and the leather is unbroken and in good condition, with normal age cracking.  All brass hardware and mounting are gold wash, with 85-90% remaining.  Blade is completely unmarked and was most likely hilted in New York or Philadelphia.  Sword appears exactly like one advertised in the 1864 Schuyler, Hartley ? Graham catalog, "Arms and Military Goods" dated 1864, labeled "No. 24, "Line Officer".  Very nice and 100% original.
 Savage Model 1917, Cal. .32ACP                SOLD:  $595
The Savage Model 1917 was made from 1920 to 1928.  It was chambered in either .32 ACP or .380 ACP, equipped with fixed sights, hard rubber grips, spur cocking piece, trapezoidal grips, and blue finish only.  This very nice Model 1917 retains most all of its original blue finish, with only some minor thinning on the sharp edges.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The black hard rubber grips are in near excellent condition, with only some minor handling marks.  Very nice example of its type.
 Smith & Wesson .38 Double Action 4th Model, cal. .38 S?W          SOLD:  $950
The S?W .38 Double Action, 4th Model, was made from 1895 to 1909, with approximately 216,300 manufactured.  The guns were equipped with a 5-shot fluted cylinder, blue or nickel finish, black "S?W" monogram checkered hard rubber grips, 2, 3 1/4, 4, 5, or 6 inch barrel, and were chambered in .38 S?W.  This 4th Model is equipped with a 4 inch barrel and is nickel plated.  It retains all of its original nickel finish, with only some minor scuffs/handling marks.  The bore looks like a new one and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Included is its original numbered to the gun box, with a "directions for use" sheet pasted to the lid, which is in great condition.  A very good looking early S?W, and hard to find in this condition.
 Winchester Model of 1917, Cal. 30-06             SOLD:  $1,750
This has to be one of the finest Winchester Model 1917's in existance.  It is all original and it has a very good appearance.  The barrel is dated 3-18 and the bore is as new.  The action functions perfectly and the bolt has the correct 'W' stamp.  All stamps and cartouches are crisp, even the sling is dated 1918.  Would make a great addition to a WWI or 1917 collection.
 Colt "Cobra", Cal. .38 Special             SOLD:  $750
The Colt "Cobra" (1st issue) was made from 1950 to 1972. The guns could be equipped with a 2, 3, or 4 inch barrel, finished in blue or nickel, early guns had plastic grips with silver medallions, changed to plastic w/o medallions, and finally changed to wood grips with silver medallions, and could be chamdered in .22 LR, .32 Colt N.P., .38 Colt N.P., or .38 Special.  This 1963 vintage "Cobra" is chambered in .38 Special, is equipped with a 2 inch barrel, checkered wood grips with silver medallions, and is finished in blue.  It is in excellent condition, with the exception of some very minor speckling on the cylinder and a small ding on the left grip.  Included is its original numbered to the gun box and paper-work.  Good looking "Cobra".
 Colt 1911 Transition, Cal. .45 ACP            SOLD:  $3,750
A very early (1924) .45 with 1911A1 configuration, but still marked "Model of 1911".  Serial numbered in the 700,XXX range, this gun was shipped very early in January or February of 1924, and is officially known as the "Improved Model 1911".  It has all of the early frame and slide markings, including the early type "WTG" monogram with single circle.  This gun is in excellent, original condition, showing almost no handling wear, but there are some areas on the right side of the slide and frame where blueinig is gone, probably from contact with a caustic liguid or holster contact for an extended period of time.  There is no pitting whatsoever.  The condition of the barrel is absolutely mint, inside and out, and there is no wear on the front strap.  Included with the gun is a WWI holster.  A great gun, suffering a little from poor storage.
 
 

 

 Colt Detective Special, Cal. .38 Special             SOLD:  $550
Nice Colt Detective Special with nickel finish.  The gun is in as new condition, appearing to have been test fired only, with little in the way of handling marks on all metal and wood surfaces.  The bore and action are tight, and all screw heads are un-molested.  A nice little Colt, sorry no box.
 Smith & Wesson "Pre-Model 29" .44 Magnum               SOLD:  $2,050
Manufactured in 1957, this early 4-screw Smith ? Wesson, serial number S178,xxx is in excellent, original condition.  It has been used, but retains a strong 95% bright blue and has a perfect bore.  Its orignal black box, with tools, is in very good condition as well.  This is a great example of the .44 Magnum, made famous by Elmer Keith and Clint Eastwood in his "Dirty Harry" series of movies.

AMF ID:  M13-1447

 DWM Luger, 1918 Dated, Cal. 9mm             SOLD:  $1,895
Nice WWI vintage DWM Luger, dated 1918.  The pistol is all numbers matching except for the magazine, which is not numbered.  The bore is bright, though there is some minor corrosion, and the action functions like a new one.  It retains most all of its original blue finish, with only some minor thinning on its sharp edges. The straw parts retain most all of their original finish and the screw heads are un-molested.  The checkered wood grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  A very nice looking Luger pistol, and an excellent example of its type. 

AMF ID:  M13-

 Springfield N.R.A. 1911, WWI Vintage, Cal. .45 ACP          SOLD:  $4,495
One of the most rare of Military Springfield 1911's, a WWI vintage N.R.A. stamped example, in very fine condition.  This pistol retains 70 to 75% of its original blue finish, and the grips are in presentable condition, with no chips or cracks.  The action functions perfectly.  The bore has some corrosion, though the rifling is sharp, making it perfectly shootable.  Pistol has nice inspection, Colt Manufacturing/Patent Dates, United States Property, N.R.A., and ordnance stampings and comes with an original Springfield magazine.  Included with the pistol is a wood presentation case with accessories. A great example of its type.

AMF ID: M13-990

 Model 1903 Springfield, Cal. 30-06                     SOLD:  $3,250
This is one of the earliest, original 1903’s we have had.  It somehow escaped all the various up-grades that occurred between 1905 and 1918 and remains in excellent condition, with at least 50% original blue intact.  The serial number, #314,XXX indicates manufacture between 1906 and 1908, and the barrel is dated 6-07 (June, 1907).  The inspector’s cartouche, “CCV”, is clearly legible, and while his name is unknown, he is listed as an inspector of the 1903’s between 1906 and 1909.  The original leather sling is dated 1908.  The bore is excellent and the stock does not have either reinforcement or recoil lugs installed.  There is an added metal tag at the upper butt plate screw, marked “E15”, probably a rack number.  Overall, a very nice, untouched “03 Springfield”.

AMF ID:  M13-1626

 

 Browning "Baby", cal. .25 ACP            SOLD:  $375
The FN Browning "Baby" was made from 1931 to 1983, with over 510,000 manufactured.  The little pistols were equipped with a 2 inch barrel, 6 shot magazine, sliding safety lever but w/o grip safety or slide lock lever, and came with the standard blue finish, lightweight nickel and aluminum frame, and Renaissance models.  The gun is finished in blue and retains most of its original finish, with some thinning on the sharp edges of the slide and trigger guard.  Included with the pistol is its original Browning stamped pistol rug.  Neat little pistols.

AMF ID:  M13-1487

 Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 First Issue, 2nd Type Tip-Up, Cal. .22 Short           SOLD:  $2,850
The Smith ? Wesson Model No. 1 First Issue Tip-Up revolvers were made from 1857 to 1860, with approximately 11,500 manufactured.  The little guns were chambered in .22 short, were single action in function, featured a spur trigger, silver-plated brass framw, blue barrel and cylinder, square rosewood grips, circular sideplate, 7-shot non-fluted cylinder, and a 3 3/16 inch barrel.  One of only 900 manufactured of this variation, this very early Model No. 1 is serial # 452.  It holds the destinction of being the first handgun to use a self contained cartridge and the first product offered by the Smith ? Wesson Company.  As such, it holds a significant position in the history of American firearms.  Appearing on the market in 1857, this example is in very good original condition, with approximately 20-30% barrel blue remaining and with its original rosewood grips.  A very, very difficult model to find, this gun is far above average.

AMF ID: 

 L.C. Smith SxS "Ideal" Grade, 20 Gauge               SOLD:  $2,295
L.C. Smith side by side "Ideal" grade shotgun, in 20 gauge.  It has 28 inch barrels, double triggers, pistol grip checkered stock, 14 1/2 inch  L.O.P, choked IC for both barrels, with ejectors.  The bores are very good and the action is tight and functions great. The buttstock is a well made replacement.  A nice, great handling light weight double shotgun.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this L.C. Smith.  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 shotgun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID: CM12-823

 Webley Green Model 1889, Cal. 455/476 Enfield Webley             SOLD:  $2,500
Big bore Webley’s are getting harder to find these days and this is a very nice example of its type.  It is a Webley Green Model 1889, chambered in 455/476 Enfield ( Webley), is nickel finished (very rare), has black checkered hard rubber grips, and is equipped with a 6 inch barrel.  The bore is bright, but does have some spotting of corrosion.  The action is tight (with hammer cocked, the cylinder lock-up is tighter than most new revolvers made today) and functions perfectly (breaking it open is slick and the ejector works perfectly).  Overall it retains most all of its original nickel finish, though there is some flaking at the muzzle.  The grips fit perfectly, with sharp checkering and no cracks or chips.  It's a big revolver with a great appearance, I'd love to shoot this one.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Webley 1889.  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 item in person, let your sale representative know you saw it on our web site. 

AMF ID: BP13-92

 Winchester Model 21, 20 Gauge            SOLD:  $6,950
Just received this early Winchester Model 21, chambered in 20 Gauge.  The gun is equipped with 28 inch barrels, 14 9/16 length of pull, beaver-tail forearm with kidney style checkering, checkered pistol grip stock, double triggers, and is a lifter gun.  Barrels are choked full and improved modified.  The gun has been completely professionally refinished and is a real looker, with nicely figured stock and forearm and tastefully done checkering.  A very nice 20 Gauge Win 21.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Model 21. 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 item in person, let your sale representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:  CM13-1326

 High-Standard Model H-D Military, Cal. .22 Long Rifle          SOLD:  $850
The High-Standard Model H-D Military was the same as the Model H-D, but with an external safety.  These pistols were made from 1945 to 1950, with approximately 150,000 manufactured.  The guns came with either a 4 1/2 or 6 3/4 inch barrel, plastic or checkered walnut grips, trigger stop, 10-shot magazine, were blue finished only, and were chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  This pistol is equipped with a 6 3/4 inch barrel and checkered walnut grips.  It is in fantastic condition, retaining most all of its bright blue finish, with only some minor thinning at the muzzle and a few minor handling marks.  The grips are like new, as are the screw heads.  Included with the gun is its original box, which is some-what tattered, and one piece of paper-work.  A good looking High-Standard pistol, and hard to find in this condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this High-Standard.  For additional information and details about this pistol, 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: CM13-793

 Colt Trooper .357 Magnum             SOLD:  $1,250
The Colt Trooper was manufactured from 1953 to 1969.  The handguns were equipped with a 4 or 6 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips, blue or nickel finished, quick draw ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, and could be chambered in .22 LR, .38 Special, or .357 Magnum.  This 1967 vintage Trooper features a 6 inch barrel, blue finish, and is chambered in .357 Magnum.  It appears to be to have been fired very little and is in like new condition, with no blue wear except for a turning line on the cylinder.  The bore is perfect and the action functions and is as tight as new.  The checkered walnut grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  Included with the gun is its original numbered to the gun box, warranty card, and Colt screw-driver.  Good looking Colt 357 Magnum.

AMF ID:  M13-962

 German (Erfurt) ERMA Trainer Rifle, Cal. .22LR               SOLD:  $1,995
Just received this very nice, original condition, ERMA Trainer Rifle, made in Germany/Erfurt.  The barrel, receiver, barrel bands, and trigger guard retain about 90% of their original finish with thinning on their sharp edges.  The bolt and butt-plate retain about 60-70% of their original finish.  The barrel bands, bolt, barrel and bolt release lever all number to the reciver of the rifle.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  All stampings on the metal surfaces and cartouches on the stock are sharp.  A very nice ERMA Training Rifle, and very rarely found in this condiiton.

AMF ID:  M13-1136

 Mauser S/42, "G" Date (1935) Luger, Cal. 9mm          SOLD:  $2,750
The Mauser "G" date Lugers were made in 1935 and were equipped with 4 inch barrels and chambered in 9mm.  This Luger is in excellent condition, retaining most of its original finish, with thinning at the muzzle and some of its sharp edges.  All straw colored parts retain most of their original finish.  The bore is in excellent condition, is bright with sharp rifling.  The action is tight and functions perfectly and the grips are in excellent condition, with sharp checkering and no cracks or chips.  The gun is all numbers matching except for the magazine.  A great example of its type. 

AMF ID: M13-824

 Smith & Wesson .32 Safety Hammerless Third Model             SOLD:  $275
These little "Lemon Squeezer" Smith ? Wesson .32 Safety Hammerless revolvers were chambered in .32 S?W, were double action only, equipped with a 5-shot fluted cylinder, barrels ranging in length from 2 to 6 inches, finished in blue or nickel, black hard rubber grips, and manufactutured with an intragal forged front sight  This S?W "Lemon Squeezer" is equipped with a 3 inch barrel and is blue finished.  It retains 85-90% of its original blue finish with thinning on all sharp edges, both sides of the barrel, front and back-strap, and some flaking on the side-plate.  The bore is smooth/bright with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  The grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips, and all screw heads are un-molested.  Nice little "lemon Squeezer", harder to find in this condition.

AMF ID:

 Mauser 1896 Military Broomhandle, Cal. .30 Mauser           SOLD:  $2,250
Nice Mauser Military Model 1896 Broomhandle, chambered in .30 Mauser.  The gun retains most of its original finish and is all numbers matching, including the grips.  The action functions perfectly and the bore is bright, with sharp rifling, though there is some very minor corrosion in the grooves.  Included with the gun is a wood stock, and though it does not number to the gun, it is in like condition to the pistol.  Good looking rig.
 

AMF ID: M13-960

 Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, 2nd Model, Cal. 44-40          SOLD:  $8,950
Nice 1881 vintage Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, chambered in 44-40.  This is a 2nd Model 1873, of the 3 made for this Model of Winchester.  This rifle is equipped with a 24 inch octagon barrel, full tube magazine, standard steel crescent buttplate, and features the rare single set-trigger.  The gun retains about 90% of its original blue finish on the receiver, 80% on the barrel, and 30% on the magazine tube, with the majority turning patina.  The hammer and lever retain just faint traces of their original color case-hardened finish, and the crescent butt-plate retains about 20-30% of its original color case hardened finish.  The bore is bright, the rifling is sharp, but it does have some minor corrosion.  The action, along with the set trigger functions perfectly and is tight.  The dust cover is tight and also functions perfectly.  The stock, which fits very nicely to the stock and butt-plate, retains about 95+% of its original finish, with no cracks or chips, only minor handling marks.  The forearm retains most of its original finish, also fits nicely to the frame and forend cap, and has some minor handling marks, along with a chipped off piece, on the right side at the forend cap.  It retains its original sights, which are crisp and operate as new.  The barrel has WR99260 stamped on top, behind the rear sight, what it stands for is unknown.  The left side of the frame has the british crown over "V" proof stamp.  A very nice looking, perfectly functioning/shootable Winchester 1873.

AMF ID: CBP13-76

 Colt 1860 ARMY, Cal. .44            SOLD:  $8,750
Manufactured in 1863, this is a great example of the most popular Civil War revolver.  These Colt 44's were clearly favored over the Remingtons, Stars, Rogers ? Spencers, and others, and were considered the most attractive and best balanced of all.  This gun, numbered in the 130,XXX serial range, remains in excellent, original condition and retains 70% plus of its blue and case colors.  The cylinder still has four of its six safety pins and an excellent cylinder scene.  The grips show only minor handling wear and lightly stamped inspector's cartouches on both sides.  The bore is bright and very good and the mechanics are perfect.  This is a 100% untouched and original condition gun, very seldom found on today's market. 
 Ruger Factory Folding Stock Mini-14, Stainless Steel, Cal. 223           SOLD:  $1,250
As new Ruger Mini-14 with factory folding stock.  The carbine is constructed of stainless steel and is chambered in .223. The bore is perfect and the action functions as new.  Included with the gun is its original numbered to the gun box and paper-work.

AMF ID: Cm13-310

 Colt 1903, U.S. PROPERTY, WWII British Lend Lease, Cal. .32ACP            SOLD:  $3,250
One of 4,682 parkerized Model 1903 Colts shipped to England during WWII.  Declared as surplus in 1964, a certain number were "BNP" proofed and sold in the United States in factory original condition.  This gun, serial number 563,126, remains today in unfired condition, with its original box, cleaning rod, wax paper and instructions pamphlet.  It shows only minor box wear and is 98% mint.  The serial number is on the box, as is "BNP, USP".  A very nice example of this historic WWII handgun.

AMF ID: CM13-1250

 Mossberg Model 146 B-A, Cal. .22LR            SOLD:  $450
The Mossberg Model 146 B-A was made from 1954 to 1958. The bolt action rifles had 26 inch barrels, walnut Monte Carlo stocks with cheekpiece, ramp front sight, rear aperture sight, QD swivels, adjustable trigger, Schnabel forend, and were chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  This gun is in almost like new condition, with only some very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  How many of these could there possibly be in this condition.

AMF ID: M13-837

 WWII Winchester 97 Trench Shotgun, 12 Gauge           SOLD:  $4,750
Dated "1942", this early WWII trench gun, serial # 954,274, was one of approximately 40,000 supplied to the government by Winchester.  This gun is in excellent un-touched condition, with approximately 95% original blue remaining, and a very clear "GHD" inspectors stamp on the left of the stock.  It is complete with a ventilated barrel shroud, bayonet lug, and leather sling.  It functions perfectly and the bore is bright and clear.  An extremely nice example of its type.

AMF ID:  CM13-1139

 Browning High Power, Cal. 9mm           SOLD:  $950
Unique Browning High Power, finished in satin nickel, adjustable rear sight, Pachmayr grips, blue finished slide stop, safety, rear sight, and magazine release button, gold trigger and is chambered in 9mm.  The pistol is in excellent conditon, appearing to have been fired very little.

AMF ID: M13-308

Johnson Automatices Model of 1941,  Cal. 30-06            SOLD:  $6,950
Just received this WWII vintage Johnson Automatics Model of 1941 rifle.  The gun is chambered in 30-06 and is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original finish on both metal and wood.  It has a bright bore, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  One of the rarest of American semi-automatice military rifles of WWII and this one would make a fantastic addition to a WWII collection.

AMF ID: M13-696

 DWM Luger, Double Date 1918/1920, Cal. .9mm         SOLD:
Nice WWI vintage DWM Luger, double dated 1918/1920.  The pistol is numbers matching except for the magazine and the left grip panel, which is not numbered at all.  The bore is bright, with some minor corrosion in the grooves, and the action functions fine.  It retains most of its original blue finish, with thinning on its sharp edges and muzzle, and the straw parts retain some of their original finish.  Good looking Luger pistol.

AMF ID: 

 Japanese Nambu Type 14, Cal. 8mm Nambu           SOLD:  $895
Here is a very nice Japanese Nambu pistol.  It is in excellent condition, retaining most of its original finish, with nice wood grips, like new bore, and perfect functioning action.  Included is the holster, which also is in great condition.  This would make a fantastic addition to a WWII Japanese firearms collection.
 Inland M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine, Cal. 30 Carbine          SOLD:  $4,495
Inland M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine, barrel dated 6/1944. Gun is in excellent conditon, one of the nicest you'll find.  Bore is perfect and the action functions as new.

AMF ID: CM12-2525

 Colt Custom Government Model 1911, Cal. 38 Super            SOLD:  $1,295
Brand new in the box, a Colt Custom Government Model 1911, chambered in 38 Super and bright stainless steel finished.  Included with the pistol is its numbered to the gun sleeve, box and all paper-work.  A really good looking Government Model, in a unique caliber.

AMF ID:  M13-516

 Browning Semi-Auto Rifle, Belgian, Grade IV, Cal. .270 Win.           SOLD:  $2,450
Just received this beautiful Browning Semi-Auto Rifle in the hard to find Grade IV Model.  The Grade IV Model features a greyed receiver depicting big game animal scenes and an engraved trigger guard and floor-plate, plus carved borders on the checkering.  This rifle, engraved by J. Bague, is in excellent condition, retaining all of its original polished blue and greyed finish's on the metal surfaces and the gloss finish on the stock and forearm.  The rifle has been scoped and fired, and has a few minor handling marks here and there from use.  Regardless, these Grade IV Models are seldom encountered, and this one would make a great shooter/hunting rifle.

AMF ID:  CM12-2276

 Winchester 1892 Rifle, Cal. 38/40, 1894 Vintage             SOLD:  $2,250
Here is a nice honest, 1894 vintage, antique 1892 Winchester Rifle.  The rifle is equipped with a 24 inch full octagon barrel, full tube magazine, standard crescent steel buttplate, and is chambered in 38/40.  Overall, the gun retains about 60 to 70 % of its original blue finish and the hammer and lever retain traces of their original color case-hardening.  The bore is excellent and is bright with sharp rifling. The action functions like a new one, appearing to having been fired very little.  The screw heads are unmolested, except for the magazine tube screw.  Stock and forearm retain most of their original finish, with some assorted handling marks and thinning.  A very nice example of its type.

AMF ID:  BP13-6

 Japanese Nambu Type 14, Cal. 8mm Nambu           SOLD:  $795
Here is the nicest Japanese Nambu pistol I have ever seen. It is in excellent condition, retaining most of its original finish, with nice wood grips, like new bore, and perfect functioning action.  Included is the holster, which would be in great condition, except fot the cut strap and loose stitching on the flap.  This would make a fantastic addition to a WWII Japanese firearms collection.

AMF ID:  CM13-12

 Winchester Model 21 Tournament Skeet, 16 Gauge          SOLD:  $7,795
Just received this very nice, all original, Winchester Model 21, Tournament Skeet Grade, chambered in 16 Gauge.  The gun has an attractive factory checkered walnut english stock and forearm, 26 inch barrels, 14 1/4 inch LOP, factory checkered butt, and single select trigger.  A good looking Model 21 which retains much of its original finish.

AMF ID: M12-1855

 Colt "New Line" .32 R.F with Ivory Grips.            SOLD:  $995
Just received, a very nice Colt "New Line" 5-shot revolver equipped with a 2 5/16 inch barrel, nicely figured ivory grips, is nickel plated, and chambered in .32 Rim Fire.  The action functions great and the bore is shootable, but has some spotting.  All screw heads are unmolested and retain most of their attractive fire-blue finish.  A good looking little Colt.

AMF ID:  M12-2200

 Colt Woodsman 1st Series Target Model with New Extended Grip         SOLD:  $1,250
The Colt Woodsman 1st Series was made from 1927 to 1947, with total production of approximately 112,000.  There were two models made, the Sport Model, which was equipped with a 4 1/2 inch barrel, and the Target Model, which was equipped with a 6 5/8 inch barrel.  This 1947 vintage pistol is the Target Model, is equipped with the 6 5/8 inch barrel, an adjustable front and rear sight, is blue finished, comes with a 10 round magazine, is bottom mag. release, and has brown Colt extended length, transitional checkered plastic grips.  The longer grip frame and grips became standard on the 2nd Model Woodsman.  It retains about 97-98% of its original blue finish, has a bright bore with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The brown checkered plastic grips are in great condition, with the exception of a piece broke off the bottom of the left grip.  All screw heads are un-molested and the sights are not damaged in any way.  The gun comes with its original numbered to the gun box (box is missing both end caps and is a little tattered), with paper-work, screw-driver, and cleaning brush.  A very nice Woodsman.

AMF ID:  M12-2137

 Merwin, Hulbert .44/40 With Holster           SOLD:  $5,750
This early open top revolver was manufactured by Hopkins ? Allen, a noted firearms manufacturer in Norwich, Connecticut, between 1876 and 1880.  The partnership of Merwin and Hulbert was formed in 1869 by Joseph Merwin, who already operated a gun store in New York City, and Mr. William Hulbert, who was a large stock holder in Hopkins ? Allen.  It is uncertain who actually designed the unique Merwin,Hulbert ejection system, but because of its complexity, the revolver was expensive to manufacture and sold at retail for more than the big bore Colt, Remington and Smith ? Wesson.  This gun is in excellent, original condition and fires the .44 WCF (44/40) cartridge.  It retains 90 to 95% of its original nickel, the bore is very good and the gutta percha grips are near perfect.  A very nice, Slim Jim holster comes with the gun.

AMF ID: CBP12-183

 Colt Pocket Model 1908-Hammerless, Factory Pearl Grips, Cal. .25 ACP          SOLD:  $1,350
The Colt Model 1908-Hammerless was made from 1908 to 1916.  The little pistols were equipped with a 2 inch barrel, fixed sights, checkered hard rubber grips on early models and walnut on later, or factory pearl grips, could be finished in either blue or nickel, and were chambered in .25 ACP.  This 1916 vintage Model 1908 is blue finished and has the factory pearl grips with silver Colt medallions.  It is a very nice example of the smallest of the Colt autos.  This gun retains 95%+ plus of its original blue finish, has a great bore and the pearl grips are perfect and show no wear.  The bright color case-hardening on the trigger, thumb safety and grip safety is about 98 to 99%.  This is a beautiful example of its type and is 100% untouched and original.  Included with the gun is its original box, and even though it is in tatered condition, it does number to the gun.  A great little Model 1908, especially attractive with the pearl grips.

AMF ID: CM12-1003

 Smith ? Wesson 2nd Model 44 H.E. Target           SOLD:  $2,950
Manufactured in 1938, serial # 59,XXX, this Smith ? Wesson 2nd Model 44 Hand Ejector Target is in excellent original condition, and may be unfired, except for test firing when it was proofed.  The bore is perfect and the exterior blue finish is about 95 to 98%.  According to Supica and Nahas's, "Standard Catalog of Smith ? Wesson", this gun should have the first style of magna grips, and indeed these grips are numbered in the 46,XXX serial range, and do not match the guns's serial number.  Apparently, they were changed when the gun was new, as they match the excellent condition of the gun.  Regardless, this is a beautiful, pre-war 2nd Model Target .44 (.44 Special), and a very desirable piece.

AMF ID:  M12-2203

 Plant Revolver         SOLD:  $2,495
Sold by T.A. Hornsey hardware, Lexington, Kentucky, circa 1865, these early cartridge handguns were made in New Haven, CT, and were very popular with soldiers on both sides during the later days of the Civil War.  They were among the first large bore (.42) cartridge revolvers and proceeded Colt, Remington, and Smith ? Wesson, even though S?W owned the Rollin White patent governing rear loading cylinders.  Plant cleverly avoided this by designing a front loading cylinder.  For a short period their only competition was the S?W #2 in .32 caliber, which was considered rather impotent.  Mr. Hornsey’s occupation was listed as a gunsmith in the 1860 census of Lexington businesses, but he also owned and operated a very successful hardware business on Short Street, behind the Fayette County Courthouse, for some forty years, thru the latter half of the 19th Century and was in the process of opening a second location in Georgetown when he died of a heart attack in 1904.  He was a very prominent citizen and civic leader, with membership in many local fraternal organizations.  For an unknown length of time he marked many of the firearms he sold with his name and address.  This revolver, serial # 4649 is in excellent working condition and is accompanied with a period holster, made for it, and three original Plant cartridges.  Only once before in the last 40 years have we seen one of his firearms so marked.

AMF ID:  BP12-258

 Colt Officer's Model Match (Fifth Issue), Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $950
The Colt Officer's Model Match (Fifth Issue) was made from 1953 to 1969.  The revolvers were equipped with a 6 inch tapered heavy barrel, Accro rear sight, large walnut target grips, were finished in blue or nickel, could be ordered in single action or double action, and were chambered in either .22 LR, .22 Magnum, or .38 Special.  This Colt is double action in function, is blue finished and is chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  It retains 99+% of its original blue finish with only a slight drag line on its cylinder.  The full checkered walnut grips are in near excellent condition, with only some minor handling marks on the right grip.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions like a new gun.  A very nice example of its type, harder to find these in this kind of condition.

AMF ID:   CM12-2090 

 Rare Smith ? Wesson Model 586 "Brazil Contract", Cal. .38 Special           SOLD:  $750
The S?W Model 586, chambered/stamped in .38 Special, was ordered by Brazil in 1993/1994 in all 3 barrel lengths.  According to the Smith ? Wesson Standard Catalog there were (158) 2 1/2 inch, (23) 4 1/4 inch, and an (unknown number) of 6 inch guns sent to U.S. Distributors.  This 6 inch barrel is new/unfired in its original numbered to the gun box, with all paper-work.

AMF ID: 

 Marlin 39A Lever Action, Cal. .22 LR          SOLD:  $1,450
Just received this beautiful early Marlin Model 39A, chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  It still retains most all of its original color case-hardening on the receiver and lever, and its original blue on the other metal parts.  The stock retains most of its original finish, with only some minor handling marks and some thinning on the forearm.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  A very nice looking early Model 39A.

AMF ID: 

 U.S. Springfield Armory M2 Training/Target, Cal. .22 LR          SOLD:  $1,750
A fantastic example of its type, retaining near 100% of its original finish on all of its metal and wood surfaces.  The rifle has sharp stamped cartouches, excellent condition leather sling, and the front sight has the desirable protector/cover.  The bore is bright and the action functions as new and all screw-heads are un-molested.  The 5-round steel magazine is also in excellent condition, retaining most of its original finish.  A very desirable and nice looking M2 rifle.

AMF ID:  CM12-1842

 Colt Woodsman 1st Series, Cal. .22 LR             SOLD:  $650
The Woodsman 1st Series was made from 1927 to 1947, with a total production of approximately of 112,000.  The pistols fearture a 6 5/8 inch barrel, 10 round magazine, bottom magazine release, checkered walnut grips, blue finish only, adjustable front and rear sights, were chambered in .22 LR, and were stamped "THE WOODSMAN" on the receiver.  This 1928 vintage Colt Woodsman retains most of its original blue finish, with thinning on the sharp edges of the barrel and receiver and thinning on the back and fore straps.  The grips are in fine condition with no cracks, though some of the checkering is a little flattened, especially on the left grip. The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Nice honest little Colt.

AMF ID: M12-1372

 Colt Pocket Model 1908-Hammerless, Cal. .25 ACP          SOLD:  $795
The Colt Model 1908-Hammerless was made from 1908 to 1916.  The little pistols were equipped with a 2 inch barrel, fixed sights, checkered hard rubber grips on early models, walnut on later, could be finished in either blue or nickel, and were chambered in .25 ACP.  This 1920 vintage Model 1908 is blue finished and has the checkered hard rubber grips.  It is a very nice example of the smallest of the Colt autos.  This gun retains 98% plus of its original blue finish, has a great bore and the grips are perfect and show no wear.  The bright color case-hardening on the trigger, thumb safety and grip safety is also about 98 to 99%.  This is a beautiful example and is 100% untouched and original.  A great little Model 1908, its getting harder to find these guns in this kind of condition.

AMF ID: CJG-2

 Colt Woodsman 1st Series Match Target, Cal. .22 LR            SOLD:  $3,495
The Colt Woodsman 1st Series Match Target was manufactured from 1938 to 1944, with a total of approximately of 16,000 made.  The pistols were equipped with a 6 5/8 inch heavy barrel, one-piece extended walnut grips (sometimes referred to as "Elephant Ear" stocks), and was chambered in .22 LR.  This 1940 vintage Match Target is in excellent condition, retaining most of its original blue finish, with only some thinning on the sharp edges and along the bottom of the barrel.  The grips are in excellent condition, with no cracks, scratches or dents.  Included with the pistol is its original box, instructions manual, hang-tag, and factory target.  A fantastic example of its type.

AMF ID: CM12-1501

 Colt Single Action Army Commercial, 1877 Vintage, Cal. .45 LC          SOLD:  $4,500
The Intermediate Black Powder SAA was manufactured from 1876 to 1890, serial number 22,000 to 130,000.  This Colt SAA, serial number 40557, was made in 1877 and was shipped to J. P. Lower of Denver, Colorado in 1879.  This numbers matching gun is equipped with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, one-piece walnut grips, and originally had a blue/color case-hardened finish.  The finishes of the frame, hammer, barrel/ejector rod housing, and grips has been mostly worn off, with only some faint traces of color case-hardening on the hammer and hiden areas of the frame and blue finish on the barrel, under the ejector rod housing.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, but is lightly corroded in the grooves.  The action functions well, and timing is good, but the cylinder is a bit loose in the frame.  Included is a factory letter.  An honest antique Single Action Army that has been used but not abused.

AMF ID: CBP12-181

 Winchester 1894 Standard Rifle, Cal. 38-55, 1896 Man.          SOLD:  $3,500
Just acquired this very nice Winchester 1894 Standard Rifle, manufactured in 1896 (serial # 55080).  The gun is equipped with a 26 inch barrel, full length magazine tube, steel crescent butt-plate, straight grip stock, Lyman ivory bead front sight, Lyman tang sight with locking mechanism, and nicely curved plug at rear sight dove tail.  The barrel and magazine tube retain 98+% of their original blue finish.  The receiver and forearm cap retain about 90 to 95% of their original blue finish, with the receiver having some speckling/spotting/corrosion, more so on the left side.  The hammer and lever retain most of their orignal color case-hardening and the buttplate has lost most all of its finish. The stock and forearm retain most of their original varnish, with some minor dings and dents. The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions as new.  The rifle appears to have been fired very little from its appearance.  A good looking rifle.

AMF ID: BP12-201

Cattle Brand Engraved Colt Single Action, 1st Gen, Cal. .45 LC           SOLD:  $7,500
A very attractive example of the engraving style originated by Cole Agee in the 1930’s, this Colt Single Action, serial number 227,615, was done by Weldon Bledsoe in the 1950’s or 1960’s.  Bledsoe was inspired and trained to some extent by Agee, and continued this type of work after Agee died in 1952.  Both men used only brands from the state of Texas and their work is very similar.  This 5 1/2 inch barreled gun, with its combination of gold and silver and steer-head pearl grips with gold and ruby decoration, is one of the more ornate examples we have seen.  Based on the fux book leather casing, it was done on special order for Mr. Ray Kirby, who was a well known Colt Collector during the latter half of the 20th Century.  The casing itself is magnificent and may be unique.  Regardless, it certainly adds to the appeal of this gun.  The bore is as new and the action is in perfect working order and the mechanics are tight and crisp. 

AMF ID: CM12-1339

 Smith ? Wesson .38 Single Action First Model (Baby Russian) With Spur Trigger          SOLD:  $2,250
The S?W .38 Single Action First Models (Baby Russians) were spur trigger, 5-shot revolvers, made from 1876 to 1877, with 25,548 manufactured.  The guns were available with a 3 1/4, 4, 5 or 6 inch barrel, blue finish with wood grips, nickel finish with "S?W" monogram hard black or red grips, and were chambered in .38 S?W.  This Baby Russian has a nickel finish with the black "S?W" monogramed checkered grips.  It retains most of its nickel finish with small/minor areas of flaking here and there.  The action is tight and functions perfectly and the bore has sharp rifling, but there is some corrosion present.  Included with the gun is the original box with cleaning rod/brush and wrench, which is extremely rare and rarely encountered.  A very nice Baby Russian, very difficult to find in this condition, especially with its box, cleaning rod, and wrench.

AMF ID: CBP12-119

 Sig Arms P 210, Swiss Army Pistol, Cal. .9mm            SOLD:  $3,750
The Model P210 was adopted by the Swiss Military in 1949.  It was the successor of the famous Swiss Luger, which had been in service for 50 years.  It took a very special pistol to replace the Luger and these pistols are touted as being the finest 9mm pistols ever made.  They are truely crafted like a "Swiss Watch".  While there are various models of commercial P210's for sale, you rarely see a Swiss Military example, as very few were ever imported.  This pistol, serial # A100109 ('A' standing for Army) is the 109th one made and was within the first year (1949) of production.  It is complete with its original 1949 holster and  extra magazine.  The pistol is in excellent, 95% plus original condition with a mint bore.  This is a rare opportunity to purchase the finest military pistol ever produced. 

AMF ID: 

 Savage Model 99R Pre-War, Cal. .303 Savage            SOLD: $2,495
Here is a 1933 vintage Savage 99R in like new/maybe unfired condition.  The rifle is equipped with a 22 inch barrel, factory installed front (Lyman) and rear sights, brass cartridge counter, factory checkered pistol gripped stock and forearm with unusual forend band, and is chambered in .303 Savage.  It retains 100% of its original blue finish on the frame, barrel, sights, and trigger.  The butt-plate has a lot of its original finish, but with thinning on the sharp and high exposed areas.  The lever retains all of its original color case-hardening.  The wood retains all of its original finish and is also like new except for one small ding on the lower stock (see picture).  The action functions like new and the bore is perfect.  An extremely nice Savage 99R, especially considering it was made in 1933.

AMF ID:

 Colt Camp Perry Model, Cal. .22 LR              SOLD:  $3,400
The Colt Camp Perry Model was a Officers Model frame modified to accept a flat single shot chamber and came in a choice of two barrel lengths, 8 inch or 10 inch, and was chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  The guns were made from 1926 to 1941, with 2,488 manufactured.  It was the only single shot built on a revolver, that Colt has ever made.  This gun is in excellent condiiton, retaining near 100% of its original blue finish, has a bright bore, and the action functions perfectly with like new lock-up.  The grips are also like new with sharp checkering.  A very unique and desirable Colt.

AMF ID: 

 Chicago Fire Arms "THE PROTECTOR" Palm Pistol, Cal. .32 Short R.F.          SOLD:  $1,750
Just received, this very nice 7-shot Chicago Fire Arms "THE PROTECTOR" Palm Pistol, chambered in .32 R.F..  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original nickel finish, with only some very minor flaking.  The action functions perfectly, the bore has sharp rifling, with only some very minor corrosion spotting, and all its plastic parts are in excellent condition.  It is all numbers matching and dis-assembles and assembles easily.  A great addition to a unique firearms collection.

AMF ID: CBP12-120

 Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine, Cal. .30WCF             SOLD:  $1,450
Just received this nice Winchester 1894 SRC, chambered in .30 WCF.  This 1923 vintage 1894 is equipped with a 20 inch barrel, full length magazine tube, original saddle ring mounted to the receiver and carbine ladder rear sight.  The barrel and tube retain most of their original finish, with some thinning here and there.  The finish on the receiver has almost completely flaked off and the lever and hammer retain about 50% of their original finish.  The action is tight and functions perfectly and the bore is bright, with sharp rifling.  The rear ladder sight is in excellent condition, is tight and operates perfectly.  The ivory bead front sight is a Marbles replacement, with M94 stamped into it  (appears higher than the original).  Overall, a nice honest Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine.

AMF ID: JW-16

 Colt Police Positive Target Model (First Issue, Model "G"), Cal. 22LR          SOLD:  $900
The Colt Police Positive Target Model was made from 1907 to 1941 and came in 2 Models, the Model "G" (1907 to 1925) and the Model "C" (1926 to 1941).  The guns were manufactured with 6 inch barrels, were finished in blue or nickel (rare), adjustable sights (both front and rear), hard rubber grips until 1923, checkered walnut thereafter, and were chambered in .22 LR, .22 WRF,  .32 Colt, or .32 New Police calibers.  This is the early Model "G" and has the July 4, 1905 patent date on the barrel and is chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  It is in very nice condition, retaining 97 to 98 % of its original finish with some thinning on the sharp edges at the muzzle.  The grips retain all of their original finish, with sharp checkering.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is very tight and functions perfectly.  A very nice little Colt 22 DA revolver, would make a great addition to a Colt double action 22 revolver collection.
 Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 Second Issue Tip-Up, Cal. .22 Short           SOLD:  $550
The S?W Model No.1 Second Issue was made from 1860 to 1868, with approximately 114,900 manufactured.  These little tip-up revolvers were single action, spur tiggered guns with 7-shot fluted cylinders and could be finished in either blue or nickel.  This No.1 Second Issue is finished in nickel and has a 3 3/16 inch barrel.  It retains all of its original nickel finish with only some minor scratches and no flaking.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action functions perfectly.  A good looking No.1 Second Issue.
 Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army, WWI              SOLD:  $1,900
Just received this very nice 1917/WWI vintage Colt 1911 U.S Army pistol.  The gun is completely original, retaining 65 to 70 percent of its original blue finish, has a bright bore (with just some minor corrosion in some of the grooves), and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The magazine is the correct two tone version. A very clean 1911, with even wear overall, and very crisp and sharp.  The walnut grip panels are also in great condition, having no cracks or major dents and have even wear to the checkering. A great example of its type, hard to find is this kind of un-touched condition.
 Winchester Model 61, Cal. .22 Magnum           SOLD:  $3,250
The Winchester Model 61 was made from 1932 to 1963 with approximately 350,000 manufactured.  The guns were equipped with a round or octagon 24 inch barrel (with rifling or smooth bore i.e. Routledge), open sights, pistol grip stock, were tube magazine fed, and could be chambered in either .22 Short, Long, Long Rifle or .22 WRF (Magnum).  This late Model 61 has a rifled 24 inch round barrel and is chambered in the rare .22 Magnum cartridge.  The little rifle is new in the box and comes with its original manual and hang tag.  The gun does not appear to have ever been assembled, let alone fired, and the box, manual, wax paper, and hang tag are in fantastic condition.  A great addition to a Winchester .22 collection.
 Colt Lightning, Cal. 40-60-260                SOLD:  $7,495
Shipped in 1891, this large frame Colt rifle, which is equipped with a 28 inch octagon barrel and chambered in 40-60 caliber, is in excellent original condition.   It retains 85-90% bright blue, has an excellent, crisp bore and is mechanically perfect.  There is a small crack in the forearm that is stable, and the rear stock is in very good condition, with only one minor mark on the right side. The hammer shows good color case-hardening and the buttplate to a lesser degree.  Included with the rifle is a factory letter showing shipment to Hubbard, Bartlett ? Co., Chicago, IL on September 18, 1891.  A very, very nice big bore Colt rifle.
 Pre-War Colt 1911 .45 Government               SOLD:  $3,850
Manufactured in 1926, this very early 1911A1 configuration Government Model, serial number C146117, remains in excellent original condition, retaining approximately 95% to 97% of its original bright blue.  The front of the grip strap is the area showing the most wear, which is very normal, and other than that, there is only some slight edge wear on the leading edges.  Overall, a very fine early pre-war Colt 1911 Government Model.
 Krieghoff Luger, 1936, Cal. 9mm           SOLD:  $7,850
The German Lufwaffe contracted with Kreighoff, of Suhl, Germany, for military guns starting in 1935, and manufacured approximately 9000 Lugers until end of production in 1945.  This 1936 chambered dated Kreighoff is in excellent condition, retaining approximately 90-95% of its original blue finish.  The brown checkered plastic grips are also in excellent condition, the bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The gun is all numbers matching except for the 2 magazines, which are also Krieghoff.  Included is a nicely made and fitted walnut presentation case/box.
 Winchester Model 1886 Light Weight Rifle, Cal. 45/70                     SOLD:  $6,850
The Winchester Model 1886 was introduced in 1886 and was made until 1935, with approximately 159,990 manufactured.  The guns could be ordered in many different configurations, either as a rifle or carbine, and were chambered in .33 WCF, .38/56 WCF, .38/70 WCF, 40/65 WCF, 40/70 WCF, .40/82 WCF, .45/70 Govt., .45/90, .50/110 Express, or .50/100/450.  When a Model 1886 was ordered as a lightweight rifle, it came standard with a round nickel steel tapered barrel, half tube magazine, rubber shotgun buttplate, and could be chambered in either .45/70 Govt. or .33 WCF. This 1902 vintage Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight rifle is a standard lightweight rifle with the optional full length tube magazine.  The barrel and tube magazine retain approximately 95% of their original blue finish, the frame retains approximately 80-85%, and the fore-end cap approximately 85-90%.  The hammer retains most of its original color case-hardening and the lever retains just traces of its original color case-hardening.  The excellent fitting stock and forearm retain most of their original finish, with some thinning on the forearm ahead of the frame, and some handling marks.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, all the original screw-heads are unmolested, and the action functions perfectly.  A great looking Winchester 1886 short rifle.
WWI  German 1917 DWM Artillery Luger                       SOLD:  $3,495
This is the best condition Artillery Luger that we have had in the last few years.  It retains 98% of its original blue with only minimal wear on the front sight band and some high spots on the frame and sideplate.  The original strawed small parts also retain most of their color.  Of course it is all matching numbers, with the exception of the proper wood base magazine.  The bore and the wood grips are near mint.  It has become increasingly more difficult to find Artillery Lugers in this top collectors condition.  Purchase the best that you will find or up-grade the one you have.
 American Model Walther PPK/S Gold-Engraved, 1 of 500            SOLD:  $1,495
This beautiful, American Model Walther PPK/S Gold-Engraved is new, in its original presentation case.  There were 500 of these made in 1987, of which this is #008 (James Bond, 007, backup?).  The pistol is nicely engraved and is equipped with genuine ivory grips and a ivory magazine base/bottom.  A very rare and attractive Walther PPK/S.
 Colt SAA, 1st Generation, 4 3/4 inch, 44/40 Caliber                 SOLD:  $4500
A true Old West Peacemaker.  On February 15th, 1907 this gun was shipped to the Copper Queens Cons. Mining Company of Bisbee, Territory of Arizona.  It is an Early Smokeless Powder Colt SAA, equipped with a 4 3/4 inch barrel and chambered in 44/40.  Overall the blue finished parts of the gun retain about 50-60% of their original finish and the frame and hammer retain about 50-60% of their original color case-hardening finish. The action functions like a new one, is tight and smooth.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling.  I personally would not hesitate shooting this SAA.  Included is the Colt Factory Letter stating the shippment date and destination and the configuration of the gun.  A very desirable and nice Colt SAA, especially with its Old West History.
 Mauser "Bolo" Broomhandle, .30 Mauser              SOLD:  $2,150
This Bolo Mauser with matching numbered stock was made in the late 1920's and sold commercially. The Bolo is a smaller version of the Model of 1896 "Broomhandle", and fires the same .30 caliber cartridge. Interestingly, This cartridge was the highest velocity pistol cartridge until the .357 came out in 1935.  It is in very nice, 90% plus condition and 100% original. 
 Colt SAA New York Engraved (Nimschke), Cal. .45 Long Colt       SOLD: $34,995
Shipped to Hartley and Graham, NY in 1876, this gun, serial number 27,629, was almost certainly engraved by L. D. Nimschke.  It is almost identical to serial number 114, which is accepted as the first Nimschke engraved Single Action.  We have enclosed a picture of #114 for comparison.  This gun is in excellent original condition, retaining 20% original nickel, beautiful floral engraving, and one piece checkered ivory grips.  This is a stunning piece, used but well cared for, with excellent crisp markings and lots of character.  The bore and the mechanics are fine, and nothing needs to be fixed or replaced.  L. D. Nimschke was considered one of the best, if not the best, of all New York engravers and his work is legendary.  At this time period, almost all Colt engraving was done in New York, and it wasn’t until 1880 that Colt hired their first notable full time engraver, Cuno Helfricht, who’s mentor was L. D. Nimschke.
 Smith & Wesson .38/44 Heavy Duty (PREWAR), Cal. 38 Special             SOLD:  $2,250
The S?W .38/44 Heavy Duty was introduced in 1930 and was manufactured until 1941, with 11,111 produced.  The guns came standard with a 5 inch barrel, with a limited production of 4 and 6 ? inch models, diamond walnut service grips with S?W medallions, which changed to Magna style by 1938, was available in blue or nickel finish, featured a shrouded extractor rod, fixed sights, and was built on the large square butt “N” frame.  This 1936 vintage S?W Heavy Duty features the standard 5 inch barrel and polished blue finish.  The gun retains about 98% of its original blue finish, nice color case-hardened hammer and trigger, and beautiful diamond grips, with only some minor handling marks.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, screw heads are un-molested, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  This is a very handsome revolver, would be a great addition to any S?W collection.
 Remington Model 1875, Cal. .44/40 W.C.F.            SOLD: $11,450
The Model 1875 Remington was introduced in 1875 and was made until 1888, with approximately 25,000 having been manufactured.  The guns were 6-shot revolvers, came with either a 5 ? or 7 ? inch round barrel, could be chambered in .44 Rem., .44-40 W.C.F., or .45 Long Colt, finished in nickel or blue, and could come with walnut, ivory, or pearl 2-piece grips.  This 1875 is a standard blue finished gun with a 7 ? inch barrel, equipped with 2-piece walnut grips, and is chambered in .44/40 W.C.F..  It also has the initials C.F.P.A. (which stands for “Cappers Farmers Protective Association”) stamped on the right side of the frame, behind the cylinder.  The gun retains about 75-80 % of its original blue, has nice walnut grips with some minor marks and dings, un-molested screw heads, and nice color case-hardening on the hammer.  The action functions perfectly, the cylinder bores are nice, and the barrel bore is bright, but does have some corrosion. This old Remington 1875 has lots of character.
 Merwin Hulbert Single Action Pocket Revolver            SOLD:  $1850
A very rare, un-cataloged variation of their .38 caliber pocket revolver.  Not only is it marked Hopkins and Allen on the top of the barrel, with the Merwin Hulbert name on the right side of the frame, but it has a birds head grip, 5 ? inch barrel, and is a single action with a trigger guard instead of a spur trigger.  According to Art Phelps, author of “The Story of Merwin Hulbert and Co.”, only a small number of these trigger guard single actions were manufactured in the 1870’s, a feature found on their newer double action model, which went on to become an overnight success.  He makes no estimate of the number made, but implies there were very few.  This gun remains in excellent, untouched condition, with 95 % original nickel finish, showing only some minor pin prick oxidation, it has a very good bore, excellent black gutta percha grips, and mechanics that are tight and crisp.  This is a very good looking revolver, and is truly a very rare frontier period piece.
 

 

 Walther PP German Police, Eagle “C” , Variation 2 Military Finish           SOLD:  $2100
The Walther PP (Police Pistol) was manufactured by Waffenfabrik Walther at Zell-Mehlis, Germany from 1929 to 1945.  Per Jan C. Still’s book, “Axis Pistols”, they were procured by the police from 1941 to 1945. The Variation 2, Eagle “C” Military finish was made in the serial block 343087P to 345126P, with an estimated procurement of 2,000.  The guns were chambered in caliber 7.65 (.32 ACP), were commercial proofed on the right side of the chamber, barrel and on the slide below the ejection port, and had the Eagle “C” stamp placed on the left side of the frame, above the magazine release button.  This Walther PP pistol is as described above, with the serial number falling in the middle of the serial block range.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining 99% of its original military finish, with only some minor thinning on the sharp edges. It has strong stampings, a bright bore, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  A fantastic piece, and very rare, the only one we have every seen in 36 years of business.
 Smith & Wesson Triple Lock, Cal. .44 Special             SOLD:  $1750
This gun is numbered completely out of the normal 1st model serial range.  Normally, Triple Lock numbers fall between one and 15,375, the highest number reached in 1915.  This gun, which appears to be a standard 6 ? inch .44 Special, is stamped 71,537 on the rear of the cylinder, 71,537 in the ejector rod shroud, and 1537 on the butt with the seven stamped out.  It is in very fine condition, factory refinished many years ago, as indicated by the small star on the butt beside the number.  The bore is perfect, and the action is tight and crisp. The 1930 period grips are the same type used on the early .357 magnums, and may have been added when the gun was redone by Smith ? Wesson.  Under the left grip is a small “22”, which may or may not refer to the refinish date.  Regardless, this gun is certainly an anomaly that has yet to be explained.  A very interesting gun.  The front sight also adds to the mystery.  It is obviously non-standard, quality custom work.
 "U.S" Govt.. Henry Rifle, Cal. 44 RF                 HOLD
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 New Service 1909 Army Model, Cal. .45 LC                HOLD:  $1,350
The Colt New Service 6-shot revolvers were made from 1898 to 1942, with approximately 356,000 manufactured, of which 122,800 were Commercial variations.  There were many Military variations made in many different calibers.  This is the 1909 Army Model, chambered in .45 LC and fitted with a 5 1/2 inch barrel and smooth wood grips.  The gun retains approximately 60-70% of its original blue finish and the grips retain most of their original finish, with some minor handling marks.  The screws are mostly un-molested, the bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly and has a tight lock-up.  All stamps are crisp on the gun and grips.  A good looking 1909 Army.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1909.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-902

 Colt "Woodsman" Target  Model, 1st Series, Cal .22 LR             HOLD:  $995
The Colt "Woodsman" Target Model, 1st Series was made from 1927 to 1947, with approximately 112,000 manufactured.  This is a last year production gun fitted with a 6 5/8 inch barrel, an adjustable rear and adjustable front sight, and all blue finished.  It retains approximately 85-90% of its original finish, with most of the thinning at the back and fore straps.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The checkered walnut grips are in excellent condition, with sharp checkering and no chips or cracks. Nice "Woodsman".
 

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt "Woodsman".  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: CM15-903

 Smith & Wesson Model M&P 340 with Laser, Cal. 357 Magnum                 HOLD:  $1,039.95
Brand new in the box Smith & Wesson Model M&P 340 with factory Crimson Trace Laser grip.  Comes with its original box and all paper-work.  Probably the most powerful conceal carry gun of its size and weight.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this M&P 340.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for 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: M15-661

 
 

Our New Store Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday:  10:00am to 6:00pm EST
Monday, Friday, & Saturday: By Appointment Only   Sunday: Closed

Antique ? Modern Firearms
2263 Nicholasville Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
(859) 276-1419 Voice   (859) 278-0838 Fax

EMAIL us at: sales@am-firearms.com

Copyright © 2010 am-firearms.com. All Rights Reserved.
Web design by: KLW Golden Ratio designs