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Modern Arrivals to the shop pe hp
Here we have a beautiful nearly unused Belgium Browning Hi-Power 9mm pistol with 2 magazines and a very nice shoulder holster. The Browning Hi-Power is a single-action, semi-automatic handgun available in the 9mm and .40 S&W calibers. It was based on a design by American firearms inventor John Browning, and completed by Dieudonné Saive at Fabrique Nationale (FN) of Herstal, Belgium. Browning died in 1926, several years before the design was finalized. The Hi-Power is one of the most widely used military pistols in history, having been used by the armed forces of over 50 countries. After 82 years of continuous production, the Hi-Power was discontinued in 2017 by Browning Arms, but it remained in production in some countries, under license. The Hi Power name alludes to the 13-round magazine capacity, almost twice that of contemporary designs such as the Luger or Colt M1911. The pistol is often referred to as an HP (for "Hi-Power" or "High-Power"), GP (for the French term, "Grande Puissance"), BAP (Browning Automatic Pistol), or BHP (Browning High-Power). The terms P-35 and HP-35 are also used, based on the introduction of the pistol in 1935. Several sources indicate that the official name was initially "High Power", while it was manufactured in Belgium by Fabrique Nationale prior to the German occupation in World War II. Production of the weapon then moved to a John Inglis and Company plant in Canada; at some date afterwards, the name was changed to "Hi Power". (Some sources indicate that the name change was not until the 1950s.) Production returned to Belgium after the war, in 1944 or 1945. Nonetheless, the term Hi Power has been the most commonly used in articles over the past decades, regardless of the year of manufacture. Versions of the handgun continued to be made at the FN factory in Belgium under Wehrmacht control, with the designation "9mm Pistole 640(b)". In February 2018, FN Herstal announced that the Hi-Power will end production. Now on to this pistol. This pistol was produced in 1980 and was purchased and used briefly by a hold up man! This pistol was confiscated from him and was offered up at a Police auction in the mid 1980's where the current owner purchased it from the police! The pistol has seen very little use and except for a couple of very minor scratches to the slide on the reverse side there is no wear on it. The action works flawlessly and it looks just beautiful! I have had several Hi-Powers over the years but this is the absolutely best looking one that I have had! Take a look at the pics! They will tell you more than can. For this fine weapon with a storied past $850.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf menz 635
Here is a Scarce August Menz, German Made, Model II 6.35mm Semi-Automatic Pistol with 2 magazines and original leather holster. With a fixed barrel integral to the frame, and late type beveled slide, fixed front sight and a groove down the slide to sight through. Checkered hard rubber grips with "6.35" inlaid in a brass laurel at the top of one side but missing on the other side. The frame and slide is marked "MENZ KAL 6.35/MODELL II". This pistol is not in the best of condition and rates only fair. It does come with two original magazines but they are hard to get in and out. Just needs some cleaning as I believe the magazine has not been taken out for many years. I did get it out but it needs work. The action does work. The bore still has deep lands and grooves but you can tell it wasn’t taken very good care of during it’s day. It is a scarce pistol especially with the holster and if it was in excellent condition it could be worth up to $2250 but in this condition $250.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop tc mn 1a SOLD!!
Here we have a restored Mosin Nagant in 7.62X54 caliber;
Here are the stats from Wikipedia:
The 3-line rifle M1891, colloquially known in the West as Mosin–Nagant and in Russia as Mosin's rifle, is a five-shot, bolt-action, internal magazine–fed, military rifle developed from 1882 to 1891, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations.
Length: 1,232 mm (48.5 in) (M91/30); 1,013 mm (39.9 in) (carbines)
Barrel length: 730 mm (29 in) (M91/30); 514 mm (20.2 in) (carbines)
Action: Bolt action
Muzzle velocity: Light ball, ~ 865 m/s (2,838 ft/s) rifle; ~ 800 m/s (2,625 ft/s) carbine
In service: 1891–present
Rate of fire: Variable
This one is marked 1943 and has the Soviet Hammer & Sickle crest on it. This is an import by Century Arms International and so marked on the receiver. This rifle has been restored with a couple of pieces of wood replaced that you can see in the pics. There has been no attempt to hide the repairs so what you see is what you get. This rifle is in excellent repair and I have fired it several times myself. It’s a joy to shoot and quite accurate! The receiver, bolt, buttplate and mag well cover all have the same serial number on it. There are several arsenal markings in the wood stock at the butt. The rifle comes with it’s original fabric web sling. It’s a nice one! $395.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop tc mn2
Here is another WW2 Russian Mosin Nagant in 7.62X54. This one doesn’t look that pretty but it’s so darn accurate! I have shot it several times! The original WW2 Russian receiver and barrel has been mounted into a poly custom stock. IT seems to fit ok except at the far end of the barrel where there is a small gap but it doesn’t seem to mess with the functionability of this rifle at all! The bolt has been altered to be able to use a scope mount on top. The rear sight has been taken off but it’s around here someplace and if I can find it I will include it with the piece. As the piece is you won’t use the sights. The rifle is topped off with a nice Bushnell Scope and it works just fine! As I previously stated that the rifle is not pretty but it functions just great! For this piece $325.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop tc sks SOLD!!
Here we have a real nice Norinco SKS in 7.62X39 caliber. I have fired this rifle a couple of times and it operates flawlessly and is very accurate! The bore is excellent and the mechanics are clean and smooth. The stock is in very good condition with a gloss finish to it with no cracks or breaks but does have a few minor dings from use. The original bayonet is attached and operates as it should. Never know when you will need a bayonet!! This rifle comes with the original web sling. Nothing missing on this one except the cleaning kit in the butt. Nice one! Above average and no cosmoline fouling up the works! For this nice SKS $350.00 Check out the pics!!!
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf us rev
Here we have a .38 nickel plated Revolver marked on the top strap US REVOLVER. U.S. Revolver Company was a trade brand used by Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works. This revolver is, we believe, the same as the Iver Johnson Model 1900 revolver which is a 38 caliber double action revolver with a 2 ½ inch barrel with good bore. This revolver has the US marked hard rubber grips and no cartridge ejecting system. It’s Iver Johnson counterpart was made from 1900 to 1947 and this one probably followed suit. This revolver is in good condition and works just fine. There is a little nickel loss just forward of the cylinder on the right side and a small chip out of the bottom of the grip on that side as well. It rotates and indexes as it should and locks up pretty tight as well. The serial number of 3033 puts this one pretty early in it’s life. Probably no later than 1910 or so. Check out the pics! For this old girl $225.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf jch SOLD!!
Here we have an oldie but a goodie! Here is a J.C. Higgins Model 88 Nine shot .22 caliber revolver! The Model 88 is the High Standard Sentinel, The Standard Catalog of Firearms reads that the Sentinel was made for Sears form 1959 until 1965. This particular revolver is in good condition being nice and tight. The bore in the 4 ½ inch long barrel is very good. The action works excellent and this piece still has it’s unbroken, uncracked original plastic grips! The frame was coated with a kind of a matt finish like Parkerizing but has worn through in some spots to show it shiny underneath. The frame is an alloy and the barrel and cylinder are blued steel. Nice old gun like Dad used to own! Comes with the original J.C. Higgins 765 holster! What a deal! $250.00 for both. Check out the pics!
Modern arrivals to the shop jmf rossi
Here we have a Rossi Double Action .38 special revolver with a 3 inch barrel! This particular revolver has rubber grips installed on it instead of the original wooden ones. The action is nice and tight and the bore is good. This is a good shooter! There is some wear to the finish as this is a rather vintage model and some places on the cylinder have thin bluing. Overall still a darn good revolver! Take a look at the pics!! $295.00
Modern arrivals to the shop jmf 7 raven
Here we have a little .25 caiber Raven Arms MP 25 semi auto pistol in nickel. This pistol was discontinued in 1984. This pistol comes with 1 Six shot magazine. This semi automatic pistol is in very good overall condition with little wear. The wooden grips are in very good condition with all-over handling wear no cracks or chips still exhibiting the original varnish. The nickel finish on the frame is in very good condition with light handling wear . . Slide push safety works fine. I remember in the late 70’s early 80’s when these little pistols were very popular! Now a collectors item! American Made! $175.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf 2 llama
Here we have a nice used Llama .45 Semi Auto in the 1911 style pistol. I believe it to be a Max 1 but it is not marked as to a model. It comes with one colt 7 round magazine and has a 5 inch barrel with a nice bore. The pistol is blue (finish thinning that you can see in pics) and chrome or nickel accents such as you can see in the pics. Even the magazine is chrome or nickeled. The pistol comes with Pachmayr grips. The action works vey well. For this pistol $395.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf 8 BerSOLD!!
Thanks to Militaryfactory.com for this info:
The famous firearms concern of Beretta was founded in 1526 by Maestro Bartolomeo Beretta out of Brescia, Lombardy, Italy. Since then, the family name has lived strong and become one of the most respected gunsmithing companies in the world - as well as one of its oldest. One of their first initial pistol successes (and their first attempt at a semi-automatic design) became the Model 1915 chambered for the 7.65x17mm (Short) cartridge and used by the Italian Army in World War 1 (1914-1918). However, it was not formally adopted as a standardized sidearm despite its wartime showing. Regardless, this began the long line of Beretta semi-automatic pistols that continues today as other evolved forms began to appear during the critical interwar years leading up to World War 2 - there proved the Model 1915/19, Model 1922, Model 1923, Model 1931 and Model 1934 as examples. In 1935, Beretta introduced their latest modern offering - the Model 1935 - featuring the classic Beretta profile lines and utilizing the 7.65x17mm Browning SR (.32 ACP) cartridge. The Model 1935 came about as a Beretta attempt to head off competition from emerging foreign designs. The firm, therefore, set about in modifying their existing Model 1934, chambered for the 9x17mm Short (.380 ACP) cartridge to accept the 7.65x17mm Browning SR (.32 ACP) round. To this was added a lighter slide component together with a more streamlined exterior. Production of the Model 1935 began in 1935 and would span into 1967 to which 525,000 units would be produced. This allowed the weapon to see combat service in World War 2 and beyond for it proved itself a most reliable and high-quality weapon even under the most deplorable of circumstances (if adequately maintained). Issuance was initially to Italian Air Force officers and flight crews as a self-defense measure. It is noteworthy that the .32 ACP cartridge was considered rather light for military service, lowering the pistol's effectiveness at range and the weapon was further limited by its 8-round magazine capacity. Regardless, the sidearm was a high respected design and prized by local, allied and enemy forces throughout World War 2. The German military took on stocks of the Italian Model 1935 during the latter war years and the type saw service/use with other powers including France, the United Kingdom and the United States. This particular pistol has no markings except for the serial numbers and the caliber designation as well as the PB on each grip. Serial numbers 1936 to 1959 number from about 410000 to 923048 with this one numbering at 505130. This is a very nice pistol in the blue with a very nice shiny bore, one 8 round magazine and a modern holster. Nice! Look at the pics!! $395.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop jmf cz 15
Here we have a model CZ 52 made in 1954. The CZ 52 (also known by the Czechoslovak military designations vz. 52, for (vz. - vzor = model) "model of 1952", and CZ 482) is a semi-automatic pistol designed by two brothers, Jan and Jaroslav Kratochvíl, in the early 1950s for the Czechoslovak military. Around 200,000 vz. 52s were made by Ceská Zbrojovka in Strakonice from 1952 to 1954. Before standardizing on the 7.62×25mm vz. 52, the Czechoslovak military used several domestic and foreign pistol models in three different calibers. After 30 years of military service, the vz. 52 was eventually replaced by the 9×18mm Makarov caliber vz. 82. The CZ 52 pistol is a roller-locked short recoil–operated, detachable box magazine–fed, single-action, semi-automatic pistol chambered for the 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge (the gun was originally designed for 9×19mm Parabellum caliber but due to political pressures had to be redesigned for the then-standard Soviet pistol cartridge). It weighs approximately two pounds unloaded. Military models feature either a parkerized finish or a gray oxide coating, while some CZ 52s were arsenal reblued in the 1970s. These re-finished guns are usually marked as such. This particular pistol has the parkerized finish and doesn’t have a tremendous amount of wear on it. The pistol functions well and looks good. It comes with 2 of the 8 round magazines. The bore is a little dark and that’s about normal for what I have seen over the years Ergonomically, the grip of the CZ 52 is long when measured from front to rear and slim from side to side with a low "hump" which meets the web of the hand at the rear. This causes the bore axis to sit high above the grip, resulting in a very strongly felt recoil. The CZ 52 is technically known as the vz. 52 as its Czech military designation, but is often referred to as the CZ 52 to differentiate it from the vz. 52 rifle which entered the export market before the pistol. . It’s a work horse!!! Take a look at the pics! Comes in a hardcase. $450.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop swl 4
Here we have an old 1940’s Springfield Rifle in .22 caliber being a semi auto with an original Weaver scope! This scope has remarkably clear optics with crosshairs! It’s missing one of the caps over the side adjustment knob but that doesn’t keep it from working just fine! I tried to get a pic of it through the lens but it’s really difficult to do but I got a couple of pics that don’t do the optics justice. This old rifle would be a great squirrel rifle! This is the Springfield Stevens Arms Company model 87A in .22 Long Rifle. The Springfield Model 87A is the same as the Stevens Model 87. Both Stevens and Springfield, at the time, where subsidiaries of the Savage Arms Co. And the Model 87 was basically the same rifle as the Savage Model 6. The Model 87 began production in 1938 as The Springfield 87. The Springfield Model 87 was dropped in 1947 - 1948 when Savage dropped the Springfield name, but production of the rifle under the Stevens logo continued ito the 1960's. This particular rifle has the Springfield name on it so it was made in the 1940’s. This rifle seems to be in good used condition. The stock looks pretty but does have dings and scapes on it and looks to have been refinished at some point in time but no cracks or breaks. The metal surfaces have some peppering on them. All the markings are clear. The bore is pretty good. The front and rear dovetail sights have been removed so that the user could use the vintage Weaver scope. The triggerguard is in good condition but needs repainted as it does have some paint loss. The original butt plate is still present and in good condition with one original screw and 1 replaced screw. There seems to be a screw missing on the reverse end of the receiver but I cannot find a schematic for that side of the rifle that shows what it was for. There is a safety on the right side of the receiver at the rear so I really don’t know what this is but the firearm still works fine. This old gun is just what Dads used to hunt squirrels and rabbits when I was a kid in the 50’s! Still a nice old rifle with collectible Weaver .22 caliber tip off scope which is worth $50 to $60 just by itself! Check out the pics! $165.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop swl 3 SOLD!!
Here we have a pretty darn good looking 28 gauge single shot shotgun by Harrington and Richardson! This shotgun has the nickel plated receiver with some of the nickel frosting up on it but it’s still solid and looks great! The wood stocks are in excellent and the bore is shiny and clean and the barrel has a nice dark patina to the outside. All numbers match! Grandpa’s old gun! Action works as it should! Nice one! $195.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop swl 5 SOLD!!!
Here we have a very nice “THE FULTON” double barrel 20 ga shotgun from Hunter Arms Company of Fulton, NY. The Hunter Arms Company began in 1877 when W.H. Baker and Company started making the Baker Three-Barrel Gun in Lisle, New York. Baker formed a partnership with Lyman Cornelius Smith — whose name would be linked to the firearm for more than a century — two years later to begin manufacturing the weapon in Syracuse. By 1888, Smith had taken over the company and sold it to John Hunter Sr. of Sterling. In 1889, a Fulton factory was completed and the Hunter Arms Company was manufacturing L.C. Smith firearms in the city. Production of the L.C. Smith guns remained in the city until the late 1940s when a section of the first floor of the factory collapsed, and was not rebuilt. For decades, the Hunter Arms factory was located on the east side of the Oswego River in Fulton, just north of where the Oneida Street Bridge is. More than 500,000 L.C. Smith guns were produced in 25 different grades and variations at the Fulton factory, from a basic field grade to the deluxe grade, which have intricate, customized etchings and gold inlays. Local officials and historians said the company employed around 400 people at its peak and played a major role in the city’s economy. The Fulton factory also produced fans, which are still produced under the Hunter name in Tennessee, and bicycles. Over time, the shotguns became a coveted collectors’ item, and the L.C. Smith Collectors Association was formed in March 2003. The guns have become valuable collectors’ items over the years, with some valued at more than $200,000, according to historians.
The Fulton, as this one was is was also produced by the Hunter Arms Company like the L.C.Smith Shotguns and are sought after in their own right. This is a side-by-side boxlock shotgun, chambered for 20-gauge and has double triggers and extractors, with non-selective single trigger option and a safety. The entire firearm is 44 ½ inches long with 28 inch barrels which are bright down the entire length. The original case hardening on the receiver is there and in great condition! The stocks are in generally good condition with a ding here and there from use and there has been a wedge inserted between the buttplate and the wood buttstock to change the angle of the butt but it can be removed as it is not glued into place and the original stock was not cut to accommodate it’s use. The triggerguard has some rust spotting but a little 000 Triple Steel Wool and gun oil will take care of that. I believe the firearm was made in the late 1930’s into the 1940’s. This is a very pretty 20 ga shotgun!! Take a look at the pics! For this fine piece $595.00
Modern Arrivals to the shop DD1
Here is a fantastic original Ruger .44 Special New Model Blackhawk Flattop! This was part of the original 1000 Lipsey’s order that got the whole ball rolling on this model. This revolver was made on the smaller, pre-1962 XR-3 grip frame with checkered hard rubber grips and black Ruger Medallions and with a 5 1/2” barrel that exhibits excellent rifling! This one has the serial number that starts in 520 indicating that it has the unobtrusive internal lock which was discontinued in 2012. These revolvers were made from 2009 thru 2014. This particular firearm is in excellent condition with the original box. Manuals and paperwork included as well. Single action works perfectly. There is some turning on the cylinder from rotation but the firearm has not been shot a lot. A bit of orange paint has been applied to the back of the front sight for contrast and it works very well! This is nice and looks nearly new!
Here are the stats from Ruger:
Type: single-action revolver
Caliber: .44 Special
Barrel: 5.50"; 1:20" twist
Trigger: Pull Weight: 3 lbs., 2 ozs.
Sights: Ruger Micro, click-adjustable
Grip: black, checkered, plastic grip panels
Overall Length: 11" Weight: 48 ozs.
Metal Finish: blued Nice! Nice! Nice!!! $550.00
ss 1 Consignment New Arrival to the shop
Here we have a very nice vintage Walther .380 PPK/S in the box with2 magazines and owners manual. This is the stainless steel model made in the USA by INTERARMS of Alexandria, VA. This firearm comes in the original box and is in very good condition. There are a very few minor scratches on the slide from use but minor indeed. The action works well and the bore is excellent. Don’t believe that this one saw much use. Very Nice!!! Take a look a the pics!! $715.00
ge 2 New Arrivals Consignment SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Model of 1898 Krag Rifle in .30/40 Krag. The serial number places this one being made in 1903. These were used during the Spanish American War but of course this one was made after that dandy little war. The Springfield Model 1892–99 Krag–Jørgensen rifle is a Norwegian-designed bolt-action rifle that was adopted in 1892 as the standard United States Army military longarm, chambered in U.S. caliber .30-40 Krag. All versions and variants were manufactured under license by the Springfield Armory between 1892 and 1903 and famously served as the longarm during the Spanish–American War. Although Krags were popular, unique and efficient, the side loading gate mechanism was slow and cumbersome to reload in combat compared to the clip loaded Spanish Mausers the Krag was up against. Thus, the U.S. Krag was replaced beginning in 1903 with the introduction of the M1903 Springfield rifle, which was essentially a copy of a Mauser, although some design elements of the Krag remained, such as the cocking piece. American Krags are the most plentiful and affordable of all three Krag variants, although many are sporterized, and they remain popular with collectors today. This particular rifle is in very good condition with a nice action and the proper spring tension on the loading gate. The bore is very good and the wood is very good as well with the usual dings from use. The forearm section is shiny while the rest of the wood finish is subdued but probably because the forearm part did not get handled like the rest of the wood. I took the middle barrel band off and it shows that this is a one piece stock. Occasionally you will see one stretched when it was sporterized and cut down and then added back to when reconverting to military but this one has not been touched. All the markings are sharp and clear and there is a cartouche on the stock but I cannot make it out. All in all this is a darn good example of a rifle that didn’t see much use as far as in years. Great Example of a rifle that would still be a good shooter!! For this one $750.00 Check out the pics!!!
ge 1 New Arrivals Consignment
Here is a very nice 1946 Dated Enfield Jungle Carbine in .303 British! Most likely this one showed up fighting in Korea during the Korean War! The Rifle No. 5 Mk I, was a derivative of the British Lee–Enfield No. 4 Mk I designed in response to a requirement for a shorter, lighter, rifle for airborne forces in Europe. However its operational use was in post-war colonial campaigns such as the Malayan emergency - where it gained its common nickname of the "Jungle Carbine".
Production began in March 1944, and finished in December 1947.
This one is typical British construction with British markings everywhere. I have taken pics of them for you to view. The only drawback on this piece is that the bayonet lug has been professionally removed for some reason. The carbine is in very good condition and functions very well. The rifling in the bore is very good as well. The wood has the unsual dings and dents from use and a small crack that I have taken a pic of for you to look at it. What the heck! This carbine was made in 1946 so it’s 74 years old! I’m a little younger than that and I have several non repairable cracks!!! The original sling is also present. All in all this is a pretty nice Jungle Carbine!!! For this piece $650.00 Check out the pics!
jmn 62 ss Consignment New Arrival to the shop
Here we have a really nice Stainless Steel Rossi Model 62 SA in S-L-LR. The barrel is 23 inches long and the bore is excellent! The entire piece is really nice and looks nearly new! The wood had virtually no dings in it. The action works very nice indeed as well. Take a look at the pics! For this nice rifle $950.00
ejc 12 Consignment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a barely used Aero Precision X-15 AR style rifle in .300 Blackout. The 16 inch barrel is 1:7 twist and has excellent rifling. The cage is free floating. The upper is Bear Creek Arsenal. This one is broken in and operates flawlessly! The rifle has some very nice options on it including:
1. ATN X-Sight 4K Pro 3-14x Smart KD Day/Night Riflescope. This thing makes the dark turn into light!
2. ATN Auxiliary Ballistic Laser 1000 Laser Rangefinder!
3. ATN IR850 Supernova Long Range Infra Red Illuminator! Light ‘er up!
The rifle comes with one 300 blackout PMAG 30 round magazine. This is a great rifle for hunting hogs or coyotes. Check out the pics! $2000.00
ejc 11 Consingment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a newly constructed Aero Precision X-15 AR style rifle in .458 Socom caliber. The barrel is .458 socom with 1:14 twist. Free floating cage. The rifle has had 3 rounds fired through it but needs several more rounds through it to break it in as the bolt is real tight yet. There are no optics on this rifle so you can put anything on it you want! The upper is from Bear Creek Arsenal. We do not have a magazine for this new rifle but you can purchase a new one from Brownell’s for $31.99 This is a brand new unused rifle except for the test rounds. Take a look at the pics! $650.00
ejc 8 Consignment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a barely used Smith & Wesson M&P 40 Shield! In 2012, Smith & Wesson introduced the M&P Shield in 9mm and .40 S&W. The Shield is a subcompact single-stack magazine variant of the M&P line. The Shield has roughly the same silhouette as the M&P Compact but is considerably thinner at less than 1-inch in width. The Shield is the first M&P to incorporate an improved trigger with positive reset. This particular weapon is in excellent condition and looks brand new. It comes in the box with the paperwork. Everything functions as new and the bore is quite excellent! Made in the U.S.A. !! 40 Caliber and comes with 2 six round magazines! For this fine piece $345.00 BARGAIN!
ejc 6 Consignment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here is an excellent Ruger SP101 that was redone by Gemini Customs! This Ruger is in .357 and has had the Red Dragoon Package. This is a 3 inch barrel model and the rifling is just excellent! This entire revolver was hard chromed. This revolver has a 9# Double Action Trigger pull and a gold bead front sight with custom hardwood grips that are just beautiful! The original SP101 grips are inclued as well. Here is what Gemini Customs has to say-“Based on the sturdy Ruger SP101 ® .357 magnum and genuine Hybra-Port™ porting, we developed a value filled custom Ruger SP101® package that produces a reliable, smooth and soft shooting concealed carry customized magnum.” This particular firearm is Hydra-ported and here is what Gemini Customs has to say about that-“Hybra-Port™ – Gemini Customs is THE source for Hybra-Port™ porting, developed by Weigand Combat Handguns. This is one of the most efficient and effective porting processes available in the industry anywhere. We are proud to be able to offer this service to our shooting customers and special thanks goes to Mr. Jack Weigand, a pistolsmithing genius and genuine friend. Read the following great article “Your Defensive Handgun: To Port or Not to Port”.
Gemini Customs offers their Ruger SP101’s for $2599.95 but we will aske $1700 for this one. It’s really nice with just the usual cylinder ring on it from turning. Check out the pics!!!
ejc 5 Consignment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a brand new in the Box Walther CREED 9mm pistol with two 16 round magazines!! Here’s the info from the Walther website:
The Walther Creed is a polymer-framed pistol in 9 mm Luger, with two 16-round magazines and a 4-inch barrel. It is 185 mm long and weighs only 755 grams. The pistol features a pre-cocked double-action trigger and a bobbed hammer for safe concealed carry. Ergonomic features include an ambidextrous magazine release and a non-slip grip.
This pistol is perfect, unused! Check out the pics!!! For this fine pistol in hard case $375.00
ejc 4 Consignment New Arrival to the shop PENDING!!!
Here we have a nearly new Canik TP9 v2 9mm Pistol in the box with accessories. This pistol was made in Turkey and they are turning out some very nice weapons for the market!! The TP-9 was already an amazing firearm, now they have taken it and made it even better with even more features. The Canik TP9v2 9mm pistol features a cold hammer forged barrel, 2 sizes of interchangeable back straps, and a fixed 3-dot steel sight. This pistol also comes w/ two (2) 18rd magazines, a poly holster, paddle attachment, belt attachment and a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
This particular weapon is in like new condition but I know it has had a very few rounds through it. There are no blemishes and no wear at all to this fine pistol! It’s a decocker style with the decocker right on top of the slide. Unique development! Check out the pics!!! For this fine piece $325.00
ejc 2 Consigment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a very slightly used Sig Sauer P320 semi auto pistol in 9mm. The SIG Sauer P320 is a modular semi-automatic pistol made by SIG Sauer, Inc. of Exeter, New Hampshire, and SIG Sauer GmbH of Eckernförde, Germany. It is a further development of the SIG Sauer P250, utilizing a striker-fired mechanism in lieu of a double action only hammer system. The P320 can be chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, and.45 ACP, and can be easily converted from one caliber to another—a change from.357 SIG to.40 S&W requires only a barrel change; a change between 9mm to.357 SIG or.40 S&W and vice versa are accomplished using a caliber exchange kit.
This one is in 9mm and is in like new condition only having a very few rounds fired through it. The pistol comes in the original hard case with accessories and paperwork. Also included is a hard shell paddle holster. Also included is two 15 round magazines. This is Sig quality in a barely used pistol! Check out the pics!!! $525.00
ejc 1 Consignment New Arrival to the shop SOLD!!
Here we have a new in the box Springfield Armory XDM Match pistol in .40 Caliber. The XD-M® is a modern update to the legendary XD® pistol with a host of performance enhancements. The XD-M is a favorite of competitive shooters and is renowned for its accuracy, reliability and shootability. The same performance upgrades that made it a winner on the range give it the edge in its self-defense configurations.
This one has the match grade barrel, fiber optic front sight, accessory rail, passive grip safety, striker status indicator and loaded chamber indicator. This fine pistol comes in the hard case with two 16 round magazines and accessories. Nice Quality!!! Check out the pics!!! $525 gets this one.
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 368
This is a great outfit!! This is the Ruger SR40C Pistol in .40 Caliber! This is nearly new in the box only having a couple of magazines fired through it. It’s a compact model and has the extended magazines for the larger hands. This pistol has two 14 round magazines and two 9 round magazines!!! The action works flawlessly and the bore is excellent. There is no wear on this pistol! Also with the pistol is the Ruger assist loader and padlock as well as paperwork which includes the owners manual. Check out the pics! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 367 SOLD!!
This is a dandy outfit! This is a Ruger SR-Series SR-9 pistol in 9mm. It’s nearly new in the box with only a magazine fired through it. The firearm comes with the standard 10 round magazine and two extended magazines which hold 17 rounds each. Also the Ruger assisted reloader, lock and paperwork including the manual. Can’t go wrong with Ruger Dependability! Check out the pics! $450.00
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Here we have a nearly new in the box Remington RP45 semi auto pistol with four 15 round magazines. Has the owners manual and two grip adjusters plus the one on the firearm. This is a nice outfit and barely used! The action is perfect as is the bore. Nice! Check out the pics!!! $399.00
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We have at our disposal several binders of THE GUN REPORT from many years back. Here is just one of them. This one is From 1972 and includes all the editions from 1972. Take a look at the pics. These are in amazing condition! For each binder $25.00
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Here we have Stevens single shot 12 ga shotgun probably made in the 1940’s. It’s in pretty good condition for it’s age and functions well. The bore is fair to good and all metal surfaces have a nice dark patina. Markings are clear as well. The stocks have the usual dings and scratches from used and there is a chip out of the plastic butt pad but overall it’s still a useful serviceable firearm! Hang it up with a couple of duck decoys on the way and admire it and take it down to shoot it if you have an intruder. The price is low at $145.00 Take a look at the pics!
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Here we have an old Stevens 16 GA shotgun single barrel. It has a stenite (plastic) forearm and a wooden butt stock that I feel is a replacement. That butt stock is in pretty poor condition but I consider these type of guns “CRACKER BARREL” guns for over the fireplace for esthetics. It will work and it is an actual firearm so it will have to be transferred. The action works fine and the bore is not too bad. Take a look at the pics! For this one $95.00
NOTE!!! I just received a substantial collection of excellent .22 firearms! Here they are!!!
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 360 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice vintage Winchester Model 61 in .22 magnum! Winchester's Model 61 was a popular pump-action . 22 rifle that was made from 1932 until 1963. This is a "Standard Model 61" with a round barrel. ... Designed by John Moses Browning, the Model 1890 aped Winchester's lever-action rifle with a tubular magazine under the barrel, an exposed hammer, and top ejection. This particular rifle was made in 1963. The rifle is in excellent condition with aged bluing and good stocks with the usual dings from use. The round barrel has a great bore with nice rifling. The action works just fine in this takedown model. Check out the pics! Nice Rifle!!! $975.00
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Here is a vintage Winchester Model 90 pump action rifle in .22 long ! In the late 1880s, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company asked John Browning to design a replacement for the Model 1873 rifle, since the rim fire version of the Model 1873 had never achieved any great popularity. On June 26, 1888, a patent for the new design was issued to John and Matthew Browning. Under this patent, Winchester created the second repeating slide action .22 rifle ever successfully developed and manufactured, being narrowly edged out by the Colt Lightning small frame carbine. The Model 1890 proved to be the most successful repeating rim fire rifle for general all around shooting ever made by Winchester. Approximately 849,000 Model 1890 rifles were produced between 1890 and 1932, after which the Model 1890 was replaced by the Winchester Model 62 rifle. A final cleanup of stock on hand was completed in 1941. In April of the year 1919, Winchester eliminated the "18" (and "19") from the Model names on all of the various Models that were in active production (e.g. the Model 1890 became the Model 90, the Model 1892 became the "92" , the 1894 became the "94", the 1912 became the "12", etc.) This particular rifle was made in 1933 and is a takedown model. The rifle is in good vintage operating condition with a good bore in the octagon barrel. There is some remaining color especially around the rear sight and front sight but most bluing has turned to a dark brown. The stocks are in good condition with the usual dings but no breaks or cracks. Looks like a clear finish was applied at one time but mostly worn off now. For many years, the Model 1890 was considered to be the standard for use in shooting galleries, hence its nickname of "gallery gun." Check out the pics! $650.00
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We have two of these fine Winchester Rifles and here’s the first one!
Here we have a wonderful example of the Winchester Model 9422 XTR in .22 Magnum! The action works flawlessly and the bore is excellent!! This is a beautiful weapon and in very nice plus condition! It’s been used but not much but does have some very small surface scratched on the top of the receiver where a scope was installed at one time in the grooved receiver mount. Made in 1981! Take a look at the pics!!! $1650.00
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Here we have a wonderful example of the Winchester Model 9422 XTR in .22 S,L & LR. The action works flawlessly and the bore is excellent!! This is a beautiful weapon and in very nice plus condition! It’s been used but not much. Made in 1980! Take a look at the pics!!! $1450.00
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Here we have a very nice Winchester Model 270 ! The Winchester Model 270 is chambered for standard .22 cal. short, long and long rifle. Because the beloved pump action rifle is no longer in production, it is a sought after collectors piece, like following its predecessor, the model 61. This rifle is in good condition for it's age! The metal surfaces still have the original bluing on them even though they are showing a little age but no rust. The wood stocks are in good condition as well just showing a bruise or ding here and there from use but not bad at all. The bore is excellent and so are the mechanics! Made from 1965 to 1973. Nice! $375.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 355 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Winchester Model 275 in .22 magnum!! Winchester model 275 is a .22 cal. magnum (WMF) pump action rifle. It is identical to the model 270, which is chambered for standard .22 cal. short, long and long rifle. Because the beloved pump action rifle is no longer in production, it is a sought after collectors piece, like following its predecessor, the model 61. Traditionally, this pump action was chambered in the .22 magnum caliber and has a tube magazine with a capacity of 10 .22 Magnum rounds. The Winchester model 275 is one of the rarest in the 200 series for Winchester rifles. The related 200 series models include the 250, 270, 255 and 290. The total production for all of the 200 Series family is over 1.6 million according to Winchester. This rifle came in 2 types: The standard and the deluxe. The Winchester 275 Deluxe was the same as the standard except has a fancy walnut Monte Carlo stock, factory sling swivels and some enhanced carving. In certain cases, the deluxe was embellished with basket weave and oak leaf checkering and a gold trigger and safety button. All Winchester 275s were produced with a 20.5 inch barrel, a fixed front sight, adjustable rear sight and a rail for scope mounting. This rifle is in excellent conditon and is the deluxe model with Monte Carlo stock! Mechanics are perfect, bluing is very nice and the rifling in the barrel is excellent!!! I believe that these Model 275 rifles were made in the same time frame as the model 270 rifles. Take a look at the pics!!! $495.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 354 SOLD!!
Here’s a nice Remington Model 241 in .22 short. The Remington Arms Model 241 "Speedmaster" was an autoloading rimfire rifle, manufactured from 1935 to 1949 from a John Browning design. Remington reports that 107,345 rifles were manufactured in.22 Short or.22 Long. This is an excellent example! The rifle is in very nice condition with great bluing and great stocks the usual minor dings from use. The action works great and the bore is excellent! Great markings! There are a few minor tiny spot blemishes on the receiver. This is a very nice rifle! Take a look at the pics! $425.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 353 SOLD!!
Here’s a great Winchester Model 77 in .22 long rifle. The Winchester Model 77 was an American semi-automatic .22 caliber sporting rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company from 1955 to 1963. Notable for having variants with two different feed modes, the Model 77 was one of Winchester's last semi-automatic .22 caliber repeater designs. The Model 77 was introduced in 1955 alongside the Model 88 lever-action rifle as "centennial models" of sorts (it was Winchester's 100th anniversary that year). Featuring "Centennial Styling", the Model 77 was touted in that it assured "squirrel rifle accuracy in a modern fast-shooting firearm".Priced below the similar Model 63,the Model 77 was fairly commercially successful, with some 217,000 produced. The weapon was discontinued in 1963 along with Winchester's other semi-automatic .22 caliber rifles;the Model 77 has no direct successor. This particular Model 77 is in great condition for it’s age. The metal has the original finish and the wood stock is in very nice condition with the usual dings from use. The action works great and the bore is very nice! Take a look at the pics! A great vintage rifle! $425.00
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Here we have a great Winchester Model 74 in .22 short! The Winchester Model 74 was an American semi-automatic tube magazine-fed sporting rifle produced from 1938 to 1955 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. One of Winchester's semi-automatic sporting rifles, the Model 74 was marketed as a lower-cost .22 caliber repeater. The rifle was introduced in 1938 as a low-priced repeating sporting rifle alongside the Model 63 which had been sold for a number of years now. The Model 74 enjoyed moderate success and was quite popular, with some 406,574 produced by the time it was discontinued in 1955. Some amount of Model 74s would be purchased by the British Auxiliary Units during World War II. The weapon would be succeeded by the Winchester Model 141 in later years. This particular classic rifle is in excellent condition for it’s age! The bore is in excellent condition. The color/bluing is also in excellent original condition with just a little wear on the muzzle end. The wood stock is excellent as well with just a couple of very minor dings. . All markings and proof marks are sharp and clear. Has not been drilled or tapped for a scope. What a fantastic rifle! Take a look at the pics!!! $625.00
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Here we have a very nice Winchester Model 74 in .22 Long. The Winchester Model 74 was an American semi-automatic tube magazine-fed sporting rifle produced from 1938 to 1955 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. One of Winchester's semi-automatic sporting rifles, the Model 74 was marketed as a lower-cost .22 caliber repeater. The rifle was introduced in 1938 as a low-priced repeating sporting rifle alongside the Model 63 which had been sold for a number of years now. The Model 74 enjoyed moderate success and was quite popular, with some 406,574 produced by the time it was discontinued in 1955. Some amount of Model 74s would be purchased by the British Auxiliary Units during World War II. The weapon would be succeeded by the Winchester Model 141 in later years. This particular classic rifle is in excellent condition for it’s age! The bore is in excellent condition. The color/bluing is also in excellent original condition and the wood stock is excellent as well . All markings and proof marks are sharp and clear. Has not been drilled or tapped for a scope. What a fantastic rifle! Take a look at the pics!!! $525.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 350 Sold!!!
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 349 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Remington Model 550-1 in .22 S,L and LR. This rifle is in excellent condition for it’s age. Here are the stats:
Introduction Year: 1941
Year Discontinued: 1971
Total Production: Approximately: 764,573
Designer/Inventor: Kenneth Lowe, David Williams
Action Type: Blowback Semi-Automatic
Serial Number Blocks: N/A
Caliber/Gauge: .22 short, .22 long, .22 long rifle
This rifle has an excellent bore and the mechanics are fine. There is a shell diverter on the receiver to divert the spent shells away from the user. The wooden stock is in excellent condition with a ding here and there from use. A real classic! Nice Piece!!! $395.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 348 SOLD!!
Here we have a nice .22 Caliber Winchester Model 72A Bolt Action rifle with a nice 4X32 Classic Whitetail Scope installed on it. It’s chambered in .22 S, L and LR. There are a factory scope grooves on the top so no holes were drilled to install this scope. The Winchester Model 72 and the related Model 72A were American bolt-action .22 caliber sporting rifles produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company from 1938 to 1959. Available in a number of configurations, the Model 72 was Winchester's first design for a tube magazine-fed rifle. This one is in very nice condition with good color and a very nice stock. The bolt is tight and the rifling is excellent. It’s a good shooter!! Take a look at the pics!! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 347 SOLD!!
Here we have a nice Taurus Model 72 slide action rifle in .22 Magnum! This model is in the blue with a 23 inch round barrel. This is a very nice rifle and is in excellent condition! The action works great and the rifling is excellent! There is almost no wear at on on this piece including the metal finish and the wood stocks! Just a couple of minor rubs to the reverse butt stock that will polish out. Take down model . Nice and Complete! Check out the pics! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 346 SOLD!!p> Here we have a very nice Taurus Model 72 slide action rifle in .22 magnum. This little carbine is in the blue with an 16 ½ inch round barrel. The rifling is excellent and the mechanics are perfect! The wood stocks are also in excellent condition with just a little ding here and there from use. There is just a triffle bit of finish wear due to the slide action on the loading tube. This is a nice rifle!! For this fine little jewel $550.00 Check out the pics!!!
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 345 SOLD!!
Here is a very nice Rossi 62 SA Slide Action .22 S, L and LR rifle with a 23 inch long octagonal barrel with excellent rifling! The entire rifle looks to have had very little use at all except for a little wear to the slide action bar from being pumped. Other than that , which isn’t bad, this is a very, very nice rifle! Wood stocks are excellent and the action works perfectly! A great rifle! Take down model. $525.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 344 SOLD!!
Here we have a wonderful little in the Blue Taurus 62 slide action carbine in .22 caliber LR with 16 ½ inch barrel! The rifling is excellent as are the mechanics! The wood stocks are also in excellent condition although there is a ‘H’ stamped into the obverse butt stock for some reason and a couple of small dings from use. The stamping of the 'H' looks like it was professionally done it looks like so it doesn’t detract much. There is a little wear on the slide action parts finish due to use but not bad at all. Take down model. This is a nice piece!!! For this little Carbine $395.00 Check out the pics!
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 343 SOLD!!
Here we have an excellent little Rossi Model 62 slide action carbine with box! This little carbine in in .22 S, L or LR caliber being nickel plated with a 16 ½ inch barrel. The rifling is excellent in this little used carbine! The wood forearm and butt stock is in excellent condition as well with little wear to it. This rifle is also a takedown rifle and comes apart to store it in the original box that comes with it. The action is perfect!! It's a good shooter!! This is really nice!!! Check out the pics!! $450.00
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Here we have a very nice Taurus Model 62 in .22 LR. This is a very nice example of a slide action takedown rifle with 23 inch barrel. This one is in the blue and looks fantastic! The rifling in the barrel is excellent! The rifle functions beautifully! This rifle is a takedown model. Take a look at the pics. They can tell you more than I can! For this nice rifle $495.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 341 SOLD!!
Here we have a Rossi Model 62 SA slide action rifle which is chambered for the .22 short, long and long rifle. This one is nickel plated with a 23 inch barrel. The rifling is great! The action work excellent and it just looks great! The wood stocks are in very, very nice condition with a little ding in it. The stocks appear to have been coated and it looks just great! Also, the plastic butt plate is present and exhibits no damage. There is a little wear to this piece but it’s very minimal. The Rossi Model 62 SA is a copy of the original design from the Winchester Model 62A. Takedown model! These guns were made from ~1970 - ~1999 and imported by Interarms who is no longer in business. Nice Nice quality! Check out the pics! $550.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 340 SOLD!!
Here we have a Rossi Model 62 SAC slide action carbine which is chambered for the .22 short, long and long rifle. This one is blued with a 16 1/2 inch barrel. The rifling is excellent! The action work excellent and it just looks great! The wood stocks are in very, very nice condition Also, the plastic butt plate is present and exhibits no damage. There is a little wear to this piece but it’s very minimal. The Rossi Model 62 SAC is a copy of the original design from the Winchester Model 62A. These guns were made from ~1970 - ~1999 and imported by Interarms who is no longer in business. Nice Nice quality! Check out the pics! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 339 SOLD!!
Here we have a Taurus Model 172 slide action carbine in .17 HMR caliber! Imported from 2003 to 2006. This one is in the blue and looks great! The 16 1/2 inch barrel exhibits excellent rifling. The wood stocks are in excellent condition and as a matter of fact this entire carbine shows practically no use at all except for a little scratch on the right side receiver. This is a takedown carbine good for the backpack. The original butt plate is present and undamaged as well. Beautiful rifle in the desired .17 HMR caliber which is good to 150 yards! Check out the pics! For this carbine $550.00
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Here we have a very Nice Taurus 62 slide action .22 LR in Stainless Steel! This model has the 23 inch barrel and exhibits a great bore! This particular rifle was manufactured from 2000 to 2007 and remains in excellent condition! This rifle was patterned after the Winchester Model 62 with adjustable rear sight and fixed front sight. The wooden stocks are excellent and this rifle has seen little use. Take down model! Check out the pics! Nice! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 337 SOLD!!
Here we have a Taurus Model 172 slide action rifle in .17 HMR caliber! Imported from 2003 to 2006. This one is in the blue and looks great! The 23 inch barrel exhibits excellent rifling. The wood stocks are in excellent condition and as a matter of fact this entire rifle shows practically no use at all !! This is a takedown rifle with iron sights. The original butt plate is present and undamaged as well. Beautiful rifle in the desired .17 HMR caliber which is good to 150 yards! Check out the pics! For this rifle $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 336 SOLD!!
Here we have a Rossi Model 62 SA slide action rifle which is chambered for the .22 short, long and long rifle. This one is blued with a 23 inch barrel. The rifling is excellent! The action works excellent and it just looks great! The wood stocks are in very, very nice condition Also, the plastic butt plate is present and exhibits no damage. There is a little wear to this piece but it’s very minimal. The Rossi Model 62 SA is a copy of the original design from the Winchester Model 62A. These guns were made from ~1970 - ~1999 and imported by Interarms who is no longer in business. Nice Nice quality! Check out the pics! $450.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 335 SOLD!!
Here we have a Stainless Steel Taurus 72 rifle in .22 Magnum! This is an excellent rifle with a 23 inch barrel that exhibits excellent rifling throughout! The wood stocks are in excellent condition as well. The action is flawless! Topped off by black iron sights and the safety is on top as well as most Taurus Rifles are. Takedown model!!! Nice!!! Check out the pics!! $650.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 334…SOLD!!
Here we have a great Taurus Model 62 Stainless Steel pump rifle in .22 LR. This rilfe has the 16 ½ inch barrel with a great bore! The wooden forearm and butt stock are in great condition with just a minor ding or two from use. The butt plate is original and undamaged. This is one sweet little rifle and operates flawlessly! It's a take down model that will fit in a backpack nicely for you hikers!!! Check out the pics! For this piece $650.00
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Here we have a very nice Taurus Model 63 semi auto .22 LR Stainless Steel Rifle! . It features a 23-inch barrel with great bore, open target sights, a 10-round tube magazine, and great wood stock. Overall, this Taurus is in very good condition with extremely minor to no usage outside of the factory. The wood stocks are outstanding and the function ability of this rifle is outstanding! This rifle would be a good choice for recreational shooters. Check out the pics!!! ALSO! Comes with the original box! For this fine rifle $550.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 332 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Stainless Steel Taurus model 172 with 16 ½ inch barrel and in .17 HMR caliber !! This is a very nice pump action rifle. It has a perfect action and a very nice bore! This rifle is a take down model so it’s easy to put it in a back pack. The wood stocks are in great condition with the usual minor dings from being used and the original butt plate is present and undamaged. There is one surface scratch on the receiver that can most probably be buffed out is you wish to do so and also some small dings on the right side of the barrel by the loading tube mount. Beautiful little rifle! Check out the pics! $495.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 331 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Stainless Steel Taurus model 172 with 16 ½ inch barrel and in .22 magnum caliber !! This is a very nice pump action rifle. It has a perfect action and a very nice bore! This rifle is a take down model so it’s easy to put it in a back pack. The wood stocks are in great condition with the usual minor dings from being used and the original butt plate is present and undamaged. There are a few minor surface scratches on the receiver that can most probably be buffed out is you wish to do so. Beautiful little rifle! Check out the pics! $650.00
Consignment New Arrival to the shop 330 SOLD!!
Here we have a very nice Stainless Steel Taurus Model 172 in .17 HMR ! This is a pump auction rifle and is a clone of the Winchester Model 62 and just like the 62 this one is no longer produced. It’s a great gun with a perfection action and has a very nice bore! This rifle is a take down model and fits nicely in a pack for you cross country trekers! This is the rarer Stainless steel model. This particular rifle has a fine wooden forearm and stock. The original buttplate is present and undamaged. The rifle has been used but lightly and there is a small ding here and there as normal. There is a couple of minor scuffs on the stainless steel barrel but nothing major at all. This is one nice rifle with a 23 inch barrel. Check out the pics!!! $650.00
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Here we have a very nice carbine saddle boot scabbard for a Winchester or Marlin Saddle Ring carbine or rifle! We believe this boot would hold a 24 to 26 inch barrel and it is marked 24 26 on the back (look at pics). This top quality leather tool boot / scabbard is made by the George Lawrence Co. of Portland, Oregon. The George Lawrence Company, established in 1857 at 1st & Oak Streets in Portland, Oregon, was a saddlery and harness shop made famous by also producing exquisite leather goods such as handgun holsters, cartridge belts, slings, scabbards, etc. This company went out of business in 1985 and the logo on the back of the boot was used from 1940 to 1980’s. This boot / scabbard is in great shape for it’s age with no separations or loss of threading. Original owners initials branded on the reverse. Both saddle straps are present and in great condition! $225.00
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Here we have an enigma! Here we have a Colt Model early production 1903 Pocket Automatic Pistol in .38 rimless cartridge. There were made from 1903 to 1929 with approximately 26,000. The magazine held 7 shots and the length of barrel is 4 ½ inches. The pistol cale with hard rubber, checkered grips with COLT and rampant colt motifs. One of the grips is a lighter color than the other one but that sometimes happens if it is exposed to the sunlight. Both grips are in excellent condition. The original finish on these were blue but the blue finish did not hold up well and this one is in the white! Looks like it has always been in the white! These pistols had the earlier round hammer up to about 22000 according to the Flayderman’s book. This one is s/n 222XX so I know they went over that number a bit. The reverse slide is stamped PATENTED APR. 20, 1897 SEPT 9, 1902 and COLT’S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CONN, U.S.A. over the serial number 222XX. The obverse slide has stamped in it AUTOMATIC COLT CALIBRE 38 RIMLESS SMOKELESS. The barrel has the original blue present but there is absolutely no blue present on the slide or frame. I even took the grips off and found no traces of bluing under the grips. The magazine is in similar condition with absolutely no markings on it anywhere. The grip screw heads and the trigger screw are all blue. I can see traces blue on the trigger. If the blueing was all removed on this piece they did a good job! It hasn’t been buffed as all the markings are still sharp. Take a look at the pics. Get this unique piece for $2500.00!.
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Here we have a vintgage Winchester Model 60 Bolt Action .22 rifle. This rifle uses 22 long and 22Lr, excellent bore, good stock but has an old repaired crack on the reverse side that you can see in the pics. The line under that crack in the stock is just discoloration and not another crack. This rifle has a 23” barrel being a single shot bolt action rifle being manufactured from 1930 to 1934. This rifle was produced prior to 1933 because of the 23” barrel. This barrel has a fixed front sight which is a little bent and needs straightened and elevation adjustable rear sight. Original blued finish which has turned a dark brown patina overall. Original stock besides the crack shows some wear and dings from use over the years. Mechanically fine with a clean bright bore. See the pics!!! $175.00
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Here we have a BSA (Birmingham Small Arms) No. 1 Bolt Action single shot rifle in .220 long rifle caliber. This is the same company who built BSA Motorcycles !! These were made after the turn of the century around 1910-20 or so. This one has the later bolt design of the 1920’s and is in pretty nice condition with most metal color remaining. The wood stock has the usual dings and dents from use. All the markings are sharp and clear and the action works well. The rifling is also very nice. This one has a plate behind the bolt that has on it “BASE FOR BSA NO. 8 PEEP SIGHT’. The stock has no butt plate but rather the butt plate was carved into the stock! Take a look at the pics! Nice! $395.00
Consignment New Arrivals 320 SOLD!!
Here we have quite a unique rifle! This is a Remington Model 510 Targetmaster.22 birdshot bolt action rifle with a Routledge bore. The Routledge Bore is an invention by Fred Routledge in the 1930's which consisted of the last 12"-17" of the barrel of a .22 bored to about 3/8" or .375" . This allows the tiny .22 shot payload to stop spinning from the rifling or in a fully smooth bore .22 to open smoothly in a sort of jug choke effect. The effect of the Routledge bore was to enable the .22 Shot cartridge to be effective at 15 yards or so on vermin,about 4 times farther than a .22 rifled barrel is able to deliver a useful pattern of it's tiny shot. They even use to shot tiny clay targets with this rifle. Sounds like loads of fun! This is a Remington single shot rifle for the .22 shot shell. I do not see a serial number. Many rifles of this period didn’t have serial numbers. The rifle is in very good condition for it’s age probably being made in the 1940’s or so. The barrel measures 24.5 inches long and is a smoothbore. No need for rifling with shot shells. There is some spot rusting in the larger end but mostly shiny however the .22 portion is entirely bright. The wood stock is in excellent condition with just a small ding here and there. The metal is dark patina with a little stabilized corrosion to the finish that you can see in the pics. The piece operated flawlessly. This is a nice unusual rifle! Check out the pics! $599.00
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This is a early Canadian Inglis pattern, No. 1 Mk 1 Inglis High Power, that has been completely refurbished and converted into a No. 2 Mk 1, fixed sight high power pistol. During this conversion process the original tangent rear sight was milled off and in its place was installed, the later high hump, fixed sight, white still retaining the original style blade front sight. In this configuration it was designated as the "No. 2 Mk 1*" pistol. The left side of the slide still retains the original faint markings of: "BROWNING FN 9MM, HIGH POWER, INGLIS CANADA" with the new model designation of "No 2 MK 1*" stamped directly above that. The right side of the pistol is stamped with the matching stacked serial numbers on the barrel, slide and frame. It is also fitted with a new replacement set of black plastic grip panels during the conversion. I believe that there are very tiny import marks above the left grip. The pistol includes two marked 13 round magazines. One magazine looks to have a II on it while both have JL stamped on the bottom. This model was the last military configuration as converted and used by all British, Canada and Australian forces up through the 1970s. Condition is Fine with 80% or more of the arsenal refurbished black painted finish with light wear and finish loss overall, on the edges and high spots. The barrel is in the white with excellent rifling. The grips are also in fine overall. This is one nice pistol! For this one $1400.00
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Here is what every kid wanted in the early days when the first Hamilton Rifle No. 27 came off the line in 1906! This is a Hamilton Rifle No.27, 22 Cal with 16" barrel, Patented Oct.30,1900-Aug.13,1907 Manufactured by C.J.Hamilton & Son, Plymouth, Mich. U.S.A. It is a tip up rifle with stamped steel receiver. The barrel is brass lined over with stamped steel. This wasn’t the first mode of Hamilton rifles or the last either for that matter. This rifle seems to be complete except for the rear sight. This little rifle was well loved and obviously has been in the attic for many, many years due to the very dark patina exhibited over it’s entireity. The firing pin is still entact and the little fellow who owned it carved his initials into the stock and fitted a leather butt pad under the iron butt plate! The bore is not great but I bet it could still be shot! Nice piece of early boy’s history! For this piece $165.00
Consignment jmf m1 carbine New Arrivals 311 SOLD!!
Here we have a wonderful Winchester M1 Carbine in .30 caliber that was produced during the 2rd block of Winchesters mfg. for WW2. We believe late 1943/early to mid 1944. This carbine has some early attributes to it and later attributes as well. Most parts seem to be Winchester so that’s a plus. This one has the late “pot belly” 3rd variant type stock used on M2 carbines and may rebuilt M1 carbines so this one was probably rebuilt as most were. This stock has the oval oiler slot rather than the earlier I shaped oiler slot. The only marking on the stock seems to be a 7 in the sling cut and an oval that I cannot read anything in it. This carbine has the early flip or L type rear sight and while most were changed to the adjustable sight at about 5,660,000 but some flip sights were used as late as #5,680,000 and this one is s/n 5633860. The barrel is not dated which was usual from early 1943 until the end of production. This barrel is marked with the W and what I think is the Winchester proof mark. There are NO import markings on the barrel or anywhere on this carbine. The rifling is pretty darn good in the barrel as well. This carbine also utilizes the early two rivet type handguard which was used up to approximately serial number 5,720,000. The handguard is darker than the stock so it may be a replacement or original and the stock is a rebuild replacement by the arsenal. The bolt in this carbine is the earlier type flat top bolt while the later ones are round top bolts. The bolt is blued rather than parkerized which is correct. The flat type bolts were used up to approximately 5,665,000 so this one just made it to that point. This carbine also utilizes the 3rd variant of magazine catch which is correct. The push button non serrated safety is utilized which is also correct. The carbine has the Type 2 barrel band was utilized without a bayonet lug which is also correct. The hammer is marked W on one side and S on the other side which is also normal for Winchester Carbines of this period. The magazine is marked SY B and was made by IBM. Check out the pics! I took pics of the carbine apart before I cleaned it up a bit. No restoration just cleaning. For this fine WW2 Winchester Carbine $1495.00
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Here we have a brand new, never fired Smith & Wesson M&P 22 Compact with one (1) 10 round .22 long rifle magazine. Here is S&W’s overview of this particular weapon:
Precision built to be the most accurate and reliable firearms, M&P pistols are an experience you have to feel to believe. Durable and comfortable, they are capable of handling as many rounds as you are. Engineered with an attention to detail and superior ergonomics, M&P22 pistols connect the shooter with the shot. Ideally suited for training or target shooting, this semi-automatic compact pistol maintains standard M&P pistol design features and includes a few extras.
• Reduced scale version of the full-size M&P pistol
• Threaded barrel - 3/8”x24 takes 3/8”x24 to 1/2”x28 adapte
r • 2 magazines included (only 1 magazine here)
• Ambidextrous manual safety
• Reversible magazine release
• Picatinny-style accessory rail
• Magazine safety - will not fire without magazine inserted
• Internal lock
• Captured recoil guide rod & spring for easier assembly/disassembly
• Made in USA
ALL BACKED BY OUR SMITH & WESSON LIFETIME SERVICE POLICY.
This was originally purchased from Gander Mtn by an elderly gentleman who could not pull back the slide to load the chamber. It was never fired and he managed to lose the original box but the important part is still here being this fine unused S&W M&P 22 !!! Take a look at the pics! Comes with the lock keys, gun lock and spent cartridge as well as the owners manual . It’s real nice!!! Lists for $389 but we’ll just charge $359 for this one so save $30.00
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Here we have a good used magazine for the Springfield M1A/M14 .308 Winchester 20 Rounds Steel Blued. This one is just like the ProMag magazine that sells for over $30 but here you can save as this one is $20. No markings.
Here we have 2 Tokarev Pistols in 7.62X25 caliber. Both are different. According to Wikipedia the 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge (designated as the 7,62 × 25 Tokarev by the C.I.P. ) is a Russian rimless bottlenecked pistol cartridge widely used in former Soviet satellite states, and in China and Pakistan among other countries. The cartridge has since been replaced in most capacities by the 9×18mm Makarov in Russian service.
This first one is a very nice pistol. This is a Romanian TT_33 Tokarev 7.62X25 pistol imported into the United States by Century Arms International in Georgia,VT. The finish is nice and the markings are clear. The action works smoothly! The grips do not have the STAR markings on them and are in excellent condition! The bore is very nice! This pistol comes with 2 magazines as well as a holster (missing cleaning rod) and a full box of shells. The shells must be sent Via UPS as they cannot accompany the firearm during shipment. For this combo $299.00
Check out the pics!
Here we have a very nice Model 57 Tokarov Pistol in 7.62X25 caliber! This is actually the Yugoslavian TTC Tokarev Semi-Auto Pistol Manufactured by Zastava Arms - in - Good Surplus Condition! This one operates flawlessly and has a great fit and finish! Numbers match! Comes with 2 magazines, holster and 1 full box of ammo! The ammo must be sent separately from the firearm via UPS. Take a look at the pics!!! $299.00 for all.
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Here we have a brand new in the box Heritage Rough Rider .22LR Revolver in the western style. The Heritage Rough Rider looks like it belongs in an old Western, with a design reminiscent of the classic Colt Single Action Army revolver. The wooden hand grip, aluminum frame and steel barrel give the gun a substantial, sturdy feel. I saw where one customer was impressed with the build quality, especially at this price point. After thousands of rounds and countless cleaning sessions, the finish was starting to wear off on the front of the cylinder on his, but beyond that he had not had any issues with the gun’s long term durability. As perviously stated this firearm is new in the box having never been fired and is in excellent unused condition! This revolver is 100% American made! This revolver definitely will not break the bank and you’ll have countless hours at the target range with it! There is no wear to this revolver and no turnings on the cylinder! Take a look at the pics! NIB for his one is $140.00.
Here we have a M1 Garand used in both WW2 and the Korean War! M1 Garand S/N 394625 wa produced by Springfield Armory in Feb. 1945.
The barrel was changed and is still a Springfield Armory Barrel made in November 1952 and marked 11-52.
This one is an import marked on the barrel 'EXEL/GARDNER, MA.' Exel Arms of America formed on June 15, 1983. This rifle was imported into the United States in the 1980's from South Korea. The stampings are not that deep on the barrel.
The wood stock is void of any markings but appears to be an original stock. The stock looks to be walnut and has several scratches of unknown origin on the reverse side, especially in the buttstock area. There is a non displaced crack, barely visible to the eye, going forward from the floor pan on the bottom of the stock for about 2 inches. The handguard just forward of the receiver is a slightly different color so it may be a replacement. The forearm forward of the handguard is a field repaired piece showing 7 'T' nails or brads driven into it to hold it together. Although it doesn't look the greatest it does the job!
We have fired several clips through this rifle and it works very well ! Check out the pics! $1250.00
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Here we have a very nice vintage Harrington and Richardson .22 caliber Break top 7 shot revolver. This little revolver is in very nice condition and has wonderful markings on it. We think it is a Premier Model but it is not marked Premier. The H&R Premier was manufactured between 1895 and 1941. The manufacturers info is on top of the barrel while .22 rim fire is on the side of the barrel. There is some wear to the bluing but most of it is there . I would say 75% or so. The action works great and the revolver looks great! The original plastic grips are in very nice condition. It would be extremely hard to find one in better condition!!! $340.00
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Here we have a very nice Model 1895 Russian Nagant 7 shot Revolver. This revolver takes the 7,62 mm Nagant ammunition. This particular revolver is an import and so marked, see the pics. It’s in beautiful condition in every aspect! The action works fine in both single and double action. This revolver comes with cleaning tools and a gun lock. Can’t ask for better!!! $399.99 with 1 box of 49 cartridges. Cartridges must ship separate from firearm. Nice!
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Here we have a Wilson Combat Shooters Bag in nice condition. It’s been used but not abused! The bag is 14 inches long by 8 inches wide and about 6 inches tall. This bag is in pretty good condition still and only $20.00
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Here we have two different Wilson Combat Pistol Cases. Both in great condition for $20 each!
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Black leather fanny pack with holster inside. The holster is held with velcro. The pack has a S for small on it but it goes around my 38 inch waist and would probably fit up to a 40 or 41 inch waist. For this pack $20.00
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• Here we have a used over the shoulder or carry side opening bag by The Wilderness. $10.00
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Over the shoulder shotgun bag. Take a look at the pics! $20.00
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Here we have a very nice LaRue Tactical Bag. It can be used as a backpack or as an over the shoulder bag. $95.00
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The Wilderness Tactical Shoulder Strap. New in bag, never used. $10.00
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Another Wilderness Tactical strap in bronze for $10.00
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Here we have a PPAR-11 Cleaning station with Barrel Support
• Made with a thermoplastic welding process
• Material is highly resistant to rot, fading and all chemicals including gun solvents and cleaners
• Block is permanently affixed to the base, block goes into the magazine well
• Barrel support at the front when the rifle is open
• The AR locks down on the mag support just like when you lock in a magazine so the rifle is stable on the station and in no danger of comng off so no worry about damaging your valuable firearm. These cleaning stations are no available now that I know of. For this one $55.00
• Constructed using a thermoplastic welding process, these durable cleaning/maintenance racks for AR-15 style rifles are impervious to rot, corrosion, fading and chemicals. The vertical block inserts into the rifle's magazine well to stabilize it, while a barrel support allows the upper receiver to be pivoted forward for cleaning. The Heavy Duty stand makes it easier to perform work on a rifle's barrel or buffer tube.
NOTE: The rifle is for sale as well!
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Here we have U.S.Palm Body Armor. This product provides level IIIA soft armor protection in the front panel and rear panel. The US PALM Defender also functions as a plate carrier designed to hold rifle protection plates in both the front and rear if desired by the end user. The Defender provides exceptional utility in an all day comfortable package at an incredibly economic price. Defenders are made in the USA! While the armor package in this kit has been certified to withstand up to and including .44 magnum, it is up to the customer to determine the suitability of this product for use in their particular application and customer assumes all risks associated with such determination. $325.00
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Here we have a brand new slightly used M1 Carbine Case with strap. Like the original. Fleece lined. $20.00
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Here is a very nice nearly new Coffin Case for carrying handguns. Velvet lined and beautiful! About 19 inches long by 9 ¼ inches at the widest point and 3 ½ inches tall. Made from aluminum. Retails for $74.95 but you can have this one for $59.95 Really very nice!
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Here we have Microtech Socom Alpha T/E Tactical Knife in hard sheath - Lists for $375.00
Our Price $325.00 !!!
Fixed Blade Knife in Sheath
• Overall Length: 10 3/8"
• Blade Length:5 3/8"
• Cutting Edge:5.25"
• Blade Width:1.25"
• Blade Thickness:0.17"
• Blade Style:Clip Point
• Blade Grind:Flat
• Finish:Black grip/ grey blade
• S/N 00103
Made 12/2016 in the USA
This knife has never been sharpened and in fact looks like it may have been carried but never used!
We will be listing several firearms that we have received from estate. Most of the firearms are in excellent to nearly unused condition. This gentleman’s hobby took him to many training sessions and he loved to improve, or upgrade if you would, many of his firearms with new barrels, stocks, grips, internal parts and so forth. He had a special interest in Ballastics and he held an Engineering Degree from Purdue University. Quite a man! We have several firearms so it will take a while so check back often! We also will be listing a TON of new ammo as well as holsters and accessories! It’ll be worth the wait! All of the semi-auto's have magazines, some have more than one. If I find more magazines while unpacking I will try to include at least 2 with each one. No guarantees but I'll try my best. Thanks!
La 3. Here we have a very unique custom Ruger 10-22 Rifle! ‘The Ruger 10/22 is a series of semi-automatic rifles produced by American firearm manufacturer Sturm, Ruger & Co., chambered for the .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridge. It uses a patented 10-round rotary magazine, though higher capacity box magazines are also available.’ Wikipedia Barrel length: 18.5 in (470 mm) Length: 37 in (940 mm) Manufacturer: Sturm, Ruger & Co. Action: Semi-automatic Designer: William B. Ruger, Harry H. Sefried II Produced: 1964–present Cartridge: .22 Long Rifle
The only thing on this Ruger Rifle remaining from the original is the receiver which has been updated as well! The barrel is a carbon fiber bull barrel by Volquartsen which are highly appreciated in the market. Not cheap in the price but excellent quality. The rifle comes with 3 magazines of which one is the large capacity ‘banana’ style mag. The mag release is a quick release which is much faster than factory. The stock is a highly custom stock by Fajen and is just beautiful!!! It’s called Laminated Wood Coffee and is no longer available. Finally the scope if a Nikon Buckmaster scope with flip up front shade and just tops this rifle off excellently! Excellent conversion!!! Look at the pics! $1250.00
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6. SOLD!! Here we have an excellent German Sports Gun ATI M1911 /10+1 22LR 5" barrel. The barrel has an excellent bore. This piece comes in the original box with minor wear to the pistol on the high edges. All original paperwork is included as well as the trigger lock. It comes with one magazine but if I find others I will include another. This is a single action pistol. This piece has been fitted with WILSON’S Combat Grips and they look great! Asking $325 for this pistol with the custom grips. Look at the pics!
9. SOLD!! Here we have a very nice little S&W Model 60- .38 special revolver with an excellent 2 inch barrel with a great bore! This little stainless revolver is a classic! The Smith & Wesson Model 60 revolver is a 5-shot revolver that is chambered in .38 S&W Special caliber. It was the first revolver produced from stainless steel. It has a pinned barrel and is marked Mod. 60 with no dash. This nice little piece is a 5 shot model with Hogue rubber grips and a pocket holster. I don’t believe it has seen much use. Works like a charm! For this little gem $525.00
We have 8 round moon clips for the Smith & Wesson Performance Model 327 revolvers in stainless and steel. Inquire on prices:
15. Here we have a High Standard/Mitchell Arms Trophy II pistol in .22 LR!!! Here is some info:
Mitchell Arms ~ High Standard ~ Trophy II ~ .22 LR Description: An excellent good-looking little target auto-loader featuring wooden grips with thumb rest.
Caliber: .22 LR
Chambers: 10 + 1 capacity
Metal Condition: Excellent, doesn't seem to have been shot much.
Wood Condition: Excellent, very sharp checkering
Bore Condition: Bright and shiny
Barrels: 5-1/2 inch "Bull" barrel
Triggers: Gold plated
Stock: Checkered hardwood with thumb rest
Sights: patridge and adjustable square notch target sights
Extras: Three magazines total
This firearm was made in the USA in Fort Worth, TX. For this pistol $650.00. Check out the pics!
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Here we have a few “Cracker Barrel” Guns!~ That means even though they can shoot their best purpose is over the fireplace for display!
This first one is Single barrel 12 ga shotgun Topper Model 158 by Harrington and Richardson. The bead is missing on the front of the barrel and the forearm is taped on for some reason and there’s a crack in it but that’s all I can find wrong with this one. The action works well and the patina is nice and the markings are clear as well. This old shotgun has the original rubber H&R buttplate on it as well. Check out the pics! $60.00
This second one is a single barrel Mass. Arms Co. 12 ga shotgun made in Chicopee Falls, Mass. The bore is rusty near the chamber and should clean from fair to poor. I wouldn’t shoot this one but it could be shot. We never warrant these old guns to shoot! The metal is a nice dark patina and would look great over the fireplace. The action does work fine. The bead is missing at the end of the barrel. The stock has a 1 ½ inch sliver missing at the tang on the obverse side top and there is a crack behind the stock making the buttstock a little out of line. The forearm is fine just dings and dented as usual. Back in the day an old single barrel shotgun stood behind the door in many of a household! For this old war horse $60.00
Here are some various parts. I do not have a clue as to what they belong to. If you do let me know. Anything you are interested in? Look at the pics
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Consignment 58 Here are some more parts!
Here's something that we usually don't encounter. Here is a small collection of hunting licenses from Pennsylvania and 1 deer license from Utah . Therese have dates on them of 1961, 1962, 1948, 1959 and 1964. There are 6 licenses in all. $45 for all 6.
Here is a hard one to find! This is a Walther .22 Nitro Model 2 that was made in the 1920’s. This is a bolt action rifle but is unique in the fact that it is both a single shot rifle and a semi automatic rifle just by simply moving the bolt position. This one has provisions for the magazine but it is lacking. There are also some holes in the receiver but what reason I do not know as they don't appear to be threaded but they would not interfere with the operation of the rifle. The rifle overall is in fair to good condition with some paint specks on it from being in the corner while someone was roller painting the room so it will need a little cleaning. The wood stock is in good condition overall with some bumps and bruises as one would expect. Take a look at the pics! For this one $295.00
Here is a nice Type 38 Rifle. This rifle does not have the cleaning rod but does have an intact MUM !! The action works well and the wood is in slightly more used condition and the bore is dark with deep lands and grooves. The stock has some slight separation at the dovetail and a few more bruises that the one above. More of the original bluing to the barrel and receiver is present on this one not having tured to a nice dark patina. The rear ladder sight is present and complete as well. This is a nice rifle is slightly less condition that it’s mate above. This one was done at the same arsenal as the one above. Take a look at the pics! $425.00
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Here we have a Belgium Browning in 30-06 that is the High-Power Bolt-action rifle series and this one is the Safari grade with scroll engraving on the trigger guard and magazine door. This rifle is in very good condition with checkering on the monte carlo type walnut stock and some age crazing to the clear finish. No peeling just crazing. . There are dings here and there on the stock as it was used for many years but it is still in very nice condition with no breaks or cracks According to research and the serial number of 2L 164XX this rifle was made in 1962 being a F.N. Mauser Action. The bore is excellent on this 23 inch barrel. The finish on the barrel is excellent with just a little end wear from sliding in and out of a sleeve. The rifle is topped of with a SCOPE brand scope 3X-9X40 Model number 781-010 and is in excellent condition. Also comes with the sling. $950.00
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This last firearm here that came in with the 4 is a Charles Daly Superior II O/U shotgun made in Italy!! This firearm was distributed by Outdoor Sports of Dayton Ohio and made before 1988 I have been told. It is a, 12 Gauge with 26" vent-rib blue steel barrels, 2 3/4" chambers, fixed full & modified chokes, front barrel brass bead sights with a beautiful engraved antique silver finish on receiver, blue steel triggerguard, single selective gold plated trigger, selector on tang safety, beautiful checkered walnut stock and forend with glossy finish, 14" length of pull/ The bores are mirror finish. There are a couple of very minor spots on one area of the barrel that is shown in the pics. Obviously this firearm has not seen much use! Nice! Nice firearm! $895.00
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We just got in a small quantity of AR-15 Magazines in 30 round capacity. We have Magpul 30 AR/M4 GEN M2 rifle magazines in 5.56X45 NATO/ .223 REMINGTON . These magazines are compatible with AR15, M16 and M4. Polymer made in the USA. These mags are new in the bags and are $14 each. ALL POYMER MAGS ARE SOLD. Also we have all metal 30 round magazines in Aluminum made by D&H Tactical out of Wisconsin. Each $11.00
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Here we have a new in the box SnapSafe Modular Vault for storing handguns and other valuables. This box is easy to operate key lock and has a 1500 lb test steel security cable to secure the box to a stationary item. This box is great for providing secure storage at home, on a nightstand, in the car or when traveling. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 3/4. Inexpensive basic security for $22.00 Keeps your handguns away from the kids!
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Here we have 4 magazines for pistols. They are:
1. 8 round .25 caliber Beretta Magazine for $20.00
2. FN 6 round .25 caliber Auto Factory original Magazine for a Baby Browning pistol for $50.00
3. Walther PPK .380 7 round magazine for $35.00
4. Walther PPK .380 7 round magazine for $35.00