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New Arrivals to the shop Consignment 329

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

Consignment New Arrival to the shop 328

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 very nice vintage Ruger Single-Six .22 caliber single action revolver with 2 cylinders, a .22 LR and .22 Mag. The Ruger Single-Six is a single action rimfire revolver produced by Sturm, Ruger. The Single-Six was first released in June 1953. This revolver is the original model before the transfer bar safety. This model was produced up to 1973 and I believe this one dates after 1967 as that is the date on the owners manual.

This revolver has not seen a lot of use but it has been used. It comes in the original box with paperwork and the extra .22 mag cylinder. It has a nice bore in it’s 5 ½ inch barrel and functions flawlessly! It’s a really nice revolver!!! For this piece $385.00 Check out the pics!!!

Consignment New Arrival to the shop 326

Here we have a used but very well taken care of Colt Gold Cup ELITE National Match .45 pistol that is a special edition of 1000! This is a beautiful and scarce Police used Colt Gold Cup Elite National Match .45 caliber 1911 with a Letter from Colt (we have a pic of that letter below). This pistol was made in 1988 and we believe it to be number 630 of 1000. This pistol was actually carried by an Oregon Police Officer when he was a member of 2 different organizations so there is wear from the holster on it. The Firearm has a 5 inch barrel and was finished in stainless/Blue. The bore is minty and bright, with rifling that is still sharp and crisp. These "Elite" Gold Cup National Match pistols were the best 1911 target model that Colt offered and are not encountered very often these days as not too many were sold when new. The original grips are lacking which were smooth rosewood with gold and black medallions and was replaced with Pachmayr grips that were easier for him to hold control on the weapon. We do not have the original grips. The magazine is a Kimber .45 magazine. The firearm has the great Elliason rear sight on it. It’s still a beautiful firearm and functions flawlessly! For this firearm $1700.00

Consignment New Arrivals to the shop 325 SOLD!!!

Here we have an excellent Marlin 39M .22 caliber lever action rifle with scope and sling! This is a Marlin Original Golden 39M (Mountie) .22 LR lever action takedown rifle. This rifle features a blued steel finish, medium dark walnut stock, adjustable sights, and 20 " round barrel. The Marlin 39A represents the oldest and longest continuously produced shoulder firearm in the world. The current variation gold trigger lever-action .22 Caliber Golden 39A is produced by the Marlin Firearms Co. of New Haven, Connecticut. The Golden 39A is still considered one of the finest examples of a lever .22 rifle, and one of the most accurate .22 rifles ever produced. It is also the best-selling lever rimfire in U.S. history. Additionally "mountie" versions have been produced at various points in the rifle's life which featured a shorter 20" barrel and a straight stock. These rifles have been alternately called Model 39M or 1897 Mountie. The Mountie has a magazine capacity of 20 Short, 16 Long or 15 Long Rifle .22 cartridges. The rifle is marked on the barrel "The Marlin Firearms Co. North Haven , Conn. U.S.A. Cal. 22 S. L. LR. Micro Groove-Barrel ORIGINAL GOLDEN -39M."

This rifle is in excellent condition and looks to have had little use. The action works great and everything is tight. The bore is in great condition! All markings are sharp and clear. The hammer has an extended thumb rest to use easily with a scope. The scope is a Tasco 4x32 scope. The iron sights are still present on the rifle should you want to take off the scope. The military style sling looks brand new. The wood stocks are in great shape with just a couple of very minor dings. The original MARLIN butt plate is present. Very, very Nice!!! $875.00 Check out the pics!

Consignment New Arrivals 324

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

Consignment New Arrivals 323

Here we have a J. Stevens Arms Co. Model 37 Ranger .410 Gauge shotgun that uses 2 ½" or 3” Shells being a Bolt Action, Single Shot shotgun that was made from 1936-1942. This shotgun has no serial number and never did.

The barrel is marked “J. Stevens Arms Company / Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. / 410 Bore Proof Tested”, “Model / -37-“ and 2 ½ & 3 In. Shells”. The barrel length is 24" with the bore being shiny bright. This shotgun is mounted with a flat topped front serrated receiver and a gold bead front sight. The stock is one piece wood and in very good condition. The stock is a smooth pistol grip and has a flat metal buttplate. There are no cracks nor chips just a ding here and there from use.

This shotgun retains about 80% of its original metal finish. The bolt and bolt handle are in the white. The trigger guard and trigger show wear. The markings are clear. Overall, this shotgun rates in Good condition. The action functions as it should. This would be a great safe first shotgun for a young shooter or older fellow alike! Take a look at 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 321 SOLD!!!

Here is something you don’t run onto every day. This is a Stevens .44 shot shotgun. This shotgun is an Amerian made smooth-bore, single shot rifle manufactured by J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company. The patent date on top of the barrel is August 12, 1913. It is marked "44-Shot" on the top of the barrel as well. Stevens designed this rifle for shot shells and I am told that the .410 took the place of the earlier 44 shot. This little shotgun is in good overall condition with a bright shiny bore. The action works well and the hinge opens and closes as it should although the lever goes past center if you push it there. The wood buttstock has a repaired crack in it but fits snugly against the receiver with no wobble. There is a small chunk of wood out of the stock where it meets the receiver that you can see in the pics. The forearm is a slightly lighter color than the buttstock but is 100% entirely correct for this model. I do not see a model or serial number on this firearm. There is no finish left on the metal pieces just come mottling and aged metal in the white. The original plastic buttplate remains in place. Most of the time when you find a Stevens .44 shot it’s in the lever action break open configuration instead of this single barrel shotgun form. This is what I found online: “Model 108 (ejector) shotgun chambered for the .44XL or.44 Game Getter cartridge. This cartridge was a fore-runner of the .410 bore cartridge and was an adaption of the earlier .44-40 shot cartridge.” Early 1900’s gun! So there it is! Nice collectible firearm in this cartridge! Look at the pics! $275.00

Consignment New Arrivals 320

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

Consignment New Arrivals 319 SOLD!!!

Here we have an Enfield ‘Jungle Carbine’! 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 particular rifle is in very nice condition with a nice bore. Fires .303 Enfield Cartridges. A lot of the original black paint remains on the barrel, receiver and trigger guard. There are markings on the barrel and receiver as well as the plate above the triggerguard which states that it was made in 1945 and is marked ENGLAND as well as the serial number. The wood is in very good condition as well. There is one small thin non-displaced crack on the reverse buttstock that you can see in the pics. Take a look at the pics. They will tell you more than I can. Nice! $550.00

Consignment New Arrivals 318 SOLD!!!

Here we have a very nice Romanian AK-47! The Romanian WASR-10/63 GP AK-47 comes fit with a military style wood stock, a wooden handguard, and forearm; comes w/ three 30rd magazines being all different. One is the military Metal one, one is a plastic Tapco and one is a see through plastic Pro Mag. This rifle meets American standards. Rifle has slant muzzle brake and bayonet lug complete with the bayonet and sheath. The rifle also comes with a 4X20 Chinese scope and scope mount. The mount makes it possible to still use the iron sights. A spare scope mount and another muzzle brake accompanies this offering as well. Rifle is in Excellent condition and has excellent markings! The stamped receiver is marked on the right side ROMARM/CUGIR—ROMANIA—CAI (Century Arms International)—Georgia, VT while on the reverse side is marked GP/WASP-10/63 as well as CAL. 7.62x39MM. The bore is excellent! Operates just fine! This is quite an outfit and it is the AK-47 which is known for it’s reliability and toughness! For this fine rifle and accessories $895.00

Consignment New Arrivals 317

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

Consignment New Arrivals 316 PENDING

Here we have a vintage Winchester Model 12 in 12 gauge. The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12, or M12) is an internal-hammer pump-action shotgun with an external tube magazine. Popularly named the Perfect Repeater at its introduction, it largely set the standard for pump action shotguns over its 51-year high-rate production life. From August 1912 until first discontinued by Winchester in May 1964, nearly two million Model 12 shotguns were produced in various grades and barrel lengths. This shotgun was produced in 1938. This pump shotgun has the plug in the tube. The gun is pretty nice yet with deluxe wood . The stocks are in pretty good condition but need the poly re done as there is some lacking in spots especially on the forearm. This one is quite unusual as it has a couple of red accents in the stock that you can see in the pics. Don’t know the meaning of that. I know some model 12’s are know as the Black Diamond but could find nothing regarding a red diamond. The action works very well and it should be a good shooter. The firearm is quite long being about 50 inches from tip to tail as they say. The barrel is 30 inches long. I believe that this weapon has been refinished at some point due to a little “smearing” of a few letters where it says 12 GA. And where it says “CHAM”. Other than that you cannot tell it was refinished. Also there is a dent and a small crack in the magazine tube for some odd reason but it doesn’t detract from the firearm or cause any concern in operation. The gun is tight with the only noise I hear being that plug in the tube to restrict how many shots you can carry for geese/birds. It’s still very nice and very pretty! $995.00

Consignment New Arrivals 315 SOLD

Here we have a model 1938 WW2 Cavalry Carbine. This model has the 17.75” barrel with folding/locking bayonet that fits under the barrel when not in use. This one is chambered for the 6.5X52 cartridge. This one was built by Brescia and marked 1936 XIV. The bore is pretty good and shiney. The metal has most of the original bluing on it and a little staining from age. The bolt is in the white. There is some minor rust staining on the barrel bayonet attachment point. I only see the serial number of F3169 on the receiver only – no where else except the stock. I do not see any import markings on this piece. All in all this is a fine WW2 Italian Carbine! Functions well! $350.00

Consignment New Arrivals 314 SOLD

Here we have an Italian Model 91/38 Cavalry Carbine chambered in 6.5x52 Carcano. Underfolding bayonet, rear sight, and left side mounted sling swivels. Light, handy Italian WW2 Carbine. The action is tight and functional. The stamps and lettering are all very crisp and clear. No import marks that I can see. Bluing shows full coverage with some light handling and wear marks. Bolt is in the blued as well. Wood stock and top handguard are like arsenal condition with little handling.. . Numbers stamped on buttstock with cartouche (see pics). Nicely fit and the inletting on the entire stock is even and snug. A few light dings on the stock. No cracks or chips visible. Side mount sling swivels with what I believe to be a civilian sling. The bore shows strong rifling . Bolt action that is tight and smooth to manipulate. There are 2 cleaning rods in the butt under the trap. Serial numbers don’t match. Curios & Relic Eligible: For this WW2 Cavalry Carbine $375.00

Consignment New Arrivals 313 SOLD

Here is the Stevens No. 11 Junior rifle made between 1924 and 1931. This one has seen lots of use and has been repaired many, many times to the stock. This one is a single shot rolling block rifle chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge. It has a 20 inch barrel with dark bore but deep rifling and a board type wooden stock made without a butt plate. This is the last model offered in the Boy’s Rifle Series! Functions and will probably still shoot although I have not tried it. Take a look at the pics! $165.00

Consignment New Arrivals 312 SOLD!!!

Here is a Stevens Favorite Rifle. This rifle is chambered for .22 caliber rimfire shells. This rifle has a 24 inch long barrel which round it’s entire length and has a good bore. Both front sight and rear sight are present. Markings are clear and sharp. This rifle has been loved and repaired through the years. The stock has been repaired with copper wire and electrical tape. The rifle functions well. Approximately 1,000,000 were made between 1893 and 1939. There are many variations of this rifle and I am not sure which one this is. For this piece $175.00 Check out the pics!!!

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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

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

Consignment Modern Arrivals 310

Here we have a pretty nice Browning SA-22 made in Belgium in 1965! Few autoloading rimfire rifles have endured the test of time and the marketplace like the Browning SA-22. The SA-22 is one of the first autoloading rimfire rifles ever made, and one the most desirable. One of John M. Browning’s final designs, his genius shines through in every feature. The slim, forged steel receiver and slender barrel takes down into two compact units without tools.

The SA-22’s tasteful engraving and select walnut make it an object of lasting beauty and enjoyment. Though nice to look at, these rifles are meant to be enjoyed in the field as much as they are admired as heirlooms.

This rifle is a ‘Classic’ and is in pretty good shape! It’s been used and is not perfect but still looks pretty darn good. There are the usual dings in the wood and some minor crazing to the gloss finish but no breaks or cracks. The metal is a brilliant deep dark black finish with a spot on the finish here and there. The action works great and the rifling is the barrel is nice and shiny with deep lands and grooves. The markings are all clear and sharp. This rifle has not been messed with or restored in any way. Original!! Take a look at the pics! They will show you more than I can talk about. For this fine vintage rifle $695.

Modern Arrivals Consignment 309

Here we have a brand New, in the box, Beretta APX 9mm pistol.

DESCRIPTION: Striker fired pistols are becoming an important segment worldwide for the Military & Law Enforcement sector. The Beretta APX, utilizing a removable, serialized chassis frame, can be easily modified with a replaceable grip frame housing and is simple to disassemble and maintain. The lightweight frame housing is made of fiberglass reinforced technopolymer. The APX’s extremely low profile and snag free design make it easy to carry and draw from a holster. Ease of use was the key driver in the development of the APX. A slide catch lever is located on both sides of the frame. The operating/locking system is based on a tilt-barrel, locked breech. Beretta APX pistols have a unique feature that allows the user to deactivate the internal striker mechanism prior to disassembly. This means the pistol can be field stripped without pulling the trigger. The Trigger Safety stops the trigger from traveling rearward through inertia, in the event the pistol is dropped. When the trigger is intentionally pulled, the Trigger Safety is instantly deactivated. The high-definition 3-dot sight system is designed for quick target acquisition. The new sight system, patented by Beretta, allows the user to adjust both front and rear sights. The sights can be removed for replacement with other types of sights. Thanks to a newly patented modular system, the pistol adapts to different hand sizes with interchangeable back-straps of different thickness and configuration for individualized performance. The pistol comes with a standard Picatinny rail (MIL STD 1913) under the barrel. Frame safety, magazine safety, and a loaded chamber indicator are available on request. To accommodate right or left-handed use, the APX’s magazine release button can be easily reversed.


• Caliber: 9 x 19 mm

• Weight Unloaded: 27 ounces

• Barrel Length: 4.25 in. (108 mm)

• Finish: Black

• Magazine Capacity: 17

• Sights: 3-dot low profile

Action: Striker Fired

This is one very nice brand new Beretta! For this pistol. $425.00

Modern Arrivals Consignment 308

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


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

Modern Arrivals 307

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 a great looking Mosin Nagant from the Russian Tula Arsenal with hex receiver dated 1932. At the beginning of the war, the Mosin–Nagant 91/30 was the standard issue weapon of Soviet troops and millions of the rifles were produced and used in World War II by the largest mobilized army in history. The 3-line rifle M1891 Russian, 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. It is one of the most mass-produced military bolt-action rifles in history with over 37 million units having been made since its inception in 1891, and, in spite of its age, it has been used in various conflicts around the world up to the modern day. It is primarily found chambered for its original 7.62×54mmR cartridge. This one is in great condition with some minor dings to the wood as well as some cartouches. All the numbers that I see match on thispiece. The metal finish is quite good as is the wood. NO cracks and NO breaks It’s definitely been used but not abused. The action works well and the bore is excellent. This particular rifle was imported by R Guns of Carpentersville, Illinois ( and so marked-see pics) and they are still in business today. This rifle is an excellent example of the WW2 used rifle and is not in beat up condition as you usually find today!

Also we have an unopened Spam Can of 440 rounds of original ammo for the Mosin Nagant Rifle! This excellent example of what this Mosin Nagant rifle used is $165 and must be shipped separately from the rifle if you choose to purchase both. Check out the pics!!! For the Rifle $300.00 THIS IS NOT your general run of the mill import rifle!

Consignment New Arrivals 305 NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Here we have a mauser action sporterized bolt action hunting rifle in 30-06 caliber. It’s topped with a Japanese Scope rifle scope model no. 781-010 sk being 3-9X 40 power. It has nice clear optics. The rifle itself is in very nice condition with a nice bore. The iron sights remain on this piece but they are not the original mauser sights. The action works well and the bluing is in very nice condition. The wood stock has been refinished at some point but looks nice as well. There are also some scratches on the scope mounts. Look at the pics! This is a hunter ! $550.00

Consignment New Arrivals 304 SOLD

Here we have pretty little COLT MK IV/SERIES 80 GOVERNMENT MODEL .380 AUTO pistol. The Colt MkIV Series 80 Government Model .380 ACP pistol was introduced in 1983 and was manufactured until 1997 when the model was discontinued. Colt designed these pistols as a personal defense/concealed carry gun that was compact and light, yet familiar to those shooters that were proficient with the full-size 1911. The MkIV Series 80 Government Model is in fact essentially a miniature 1911 in .380 ACP with a 3.25" inch barrel, fixed sights, black plastic composition grips, and a 7-shot magazine. The MkIV Series 80 .380 is a single-action automatic and has the same controls and the same take-down procedures as the normal full size 1911. During it's production run it was offered in a blue ('83-'97), stainless steel ('89-'97), nickel ('83-'94), or a "Coltguard" finish ('86-'89). This particular example is blue and is serial number RR12654, which places it's production during the first year in 1989. It has been lightly used/carried but is in good shape overall and 100% functional. As you can see from the pictures, the blued finish shows some small handling marks and a couple of minor scratches but nothing major. This pistol has a very nice look to it. The bore is perfect, mirror bright with sharp lands and grooves in the rifling and no visible pitting, erosion, or imperfections. There is gold finished Colt Medallions inletted into each grip, and both grips fit the pistol's frame perfectly and are tight to the metal. These are the original grips. All of the controls on this Colt work 100% like the day it left the factory. The slide works smoothly by hand, and the barrel and slide go into battery perfectly with no slop in the locked-up barrel. This little Colt comes with one factory original 7-round magazine that is in excellent condition and perfect working order. The owner says he only shot 10 rounds through it. If you have been looking for a unique and classy concealed-carry pistol, or just another interesting Colt to add to your collection, this little MkIV Series 80 Government Model would be a excellent choice. $550.00

Consignment New Arrivals 302 SOLD!!!

Here we have a very nice pre ’64 Winchester 94 lever action carbine in .32 Winchester Special. This particular firearm was made between 1943 and 1948. The records do not exist for these years. The Model 94's combination of potent firepower in a compact, lightweight, comfortable-to-carry, and quick-shooting package has made it an extremely popular hunting rifle, particularly for white-tailed deer in the dense forests of the Eastern United States, where most game is killed at relatively short distances. As a result, it was the first sporting rifle to sell over 7,000,000 units. The millionth Model 1894 was given to President Calvin Coolidge in 1927, the 1½ millionth rifle to President Harry S. Truman on May 8, 1948 and the two millionth unit was given to President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. The Winchester 1894 was used in World War 2 in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers who were issued them to defend the west coast of Canada from Japanese invaders. Those particular rifles were .30-30 and this one is .32 W.S.

In mid-1964, the manufacturing of the 94 was changed in order to make the firearm less expensive to produce. Generally referred to as "pre-64" models, the earlier versions command a premium price over post-change rifles.[8] The limited number of early-1964 production models produced prior to the changeover are considered quite desirable, as they are considered by many to represent the ending of an era.

This particular rifle is in particularily good condition! The finish is very nice with a little wear here and there. The action works very well and the markings are all nice sharp and clear! The original sights are present. The 20 inch barrel has very nice rifling in it’s entire length. The wood stocks are very nice as well with just a very minor ding here and there as you would expect from an over 72 to 77 year old firearm!! This carbine has a stamped steel butt plate. Nice!!! Look at the pics! $650.00

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Here we have an excellent restored Stevens/Browning Model 620 shotgun in 16 gauge! The Stevens M620 is an improved version of the M520 that was designed by John Browning. The redesign was to streamline the receiver. It was produced from 1927 until 1953. This gun was offered in 12,16 & 20 gauge with 26,28,30 & 32 inch barrels. It had a five shell magazine. It was never offered in 3" but rather a 2 3/4 inch shell. This particular shotgun is in excellent condition. The markings are a tad light but easily seen and readable. The action works well and frankly it's just a beautiful restoration in my belief. The wood stocks look great and the finish is just great as well. There is one small place on top of the barrel with the finish was marred a tad bit when it came into contact with something hard but that's about it. Even the buttpad is soft and usually these rubber pads are as hard as a rock! For this old girl $275.00

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Here we have a very nice Marlin Model 39 ARTICLE II in .22 S,L & LR. This one has the 24 inch octagonal barrel marked JM. The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before Remington took over and are generally considered better made guns. The Marlin 39 Artidle II is a limited edition rifle that is derived from the original Model 1894 Rifle. This rifle is in very nice condition and has not been used much at all. The stocks are excellent and the markings are sharp and clear. The finish is outstanding! The bore is excellent and the firearm operates flawlessly! This is a nice piece! Check out the pics!!!


Consignment New Arrivals 299 SOLD!!!

Here we have a very nice Marlin Model 1894CL “Classic” Lever action rifle in 32-20 caliber with a JM marked barrel. The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before Remington took over and are generally considered better made guns. This rifle is in outstanding original condition! The 22 inch barrel exhibits outstanding rifling with the color and markings being outstanding as well! The walnut stocks are in excellent condition with checkering on both the forearm and the wrist of the stock. The action works flawlessly. The top of the receive is drilled and tapped for scope mounts. This rifle is very, very nice!!! Check out the pics! $800.00

Consignment New Arrivals 298 SOLD!!!

Here we have a Marlin Model 1894 CL “Classic” lever action rifle in .25-20 Caliber with a JM marked barrel. . The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before Remington took over and are generally considered better made guns. This rifle is in absolutely wonderful condition! The rifle has a nice 22 inch nicely rifled barrel with great markings on it. Both original sights are present as well as a nice Williams sight on the receiver. The receiver is also drilled and tapped for a scope mount and the hammer has the side extension should you choose to mount a scope. The wood stocks are in good condition with a minor ding or two. The action works flawlessly! This is a really nice weapon! Look at the pics!! $800.00

Consignment 297 SOLD

Here we have an excellent vintage Ithaca Gun Company of Ithaca, NY Double barreled 12 gauge hammerless shotgun! We believe this to be the Flues Model Double as the Flues models had a serial number range from 175000 to 399000 and this one is s/n 379544. This shotgun is in beautiful condition to look at and it operates flawlessly! The color on the barrel is at least 95% and probably more. The receiver is in the white with simple engraving of a hunting dog on it and the manufactures information which is quite clear. The stocks are in great shape and the original butt plate is there and in great condition! This firearm was originally owed by the grandfather of a friend of mine. I am a couple of years older than my friend and I am 69 years old. The bores are bright and shiney! Nice! The Flues Model Ithaca shotgun was introduced in 1908 and remained in production through 1926 when it was replace by the Ithaca New Double. You probably won’t find another in this great condition!!! For this firearm $650.00

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Here we have a vey nice Marlin Lever Action Model 375 in .375 Winchester Cartridge Rifle with 20 inch JM marked barrel. The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before Remington took over and are generally considered better made guns.The .375 Winchester cartridge is a modernized version of the .38-55 Winchester, a black powder cartridge from the 1880s. It was introduced in 1978 along with the Winchester Model 94 “Big Bore” lever action rifle. The Marlin 375 is very similar to the 336CS except that this firearm was made in .375 winchester. They only made 16,313 of them from 1980 to 1983 so it’s scarce. This rifle is in excellent condition with an excellent finish and operates flawlessly! The bore is excellent as well. All markings are clear and the wood is also excellent with no cracks or breaks. The receiver is drilled and tapped for a scope while the original front hooded sight and rear adjustable sight are present. Take a look at the pics! This rifle is nice!! $950.00

Consignment New Arrivals 295 SOLD!!!

Here we have a good Marlin 336ER .356 Winchester Caliber Lever Action Rifle with the JM Barrel. The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before Remington took over and are generally considered better made guns. The Marlin Model 336 is a lever-action rifle and carbine made by Marlin Firearms. Since its introduction in 1948, it has been offered in a number of different calibers and barrel lengths, but is commonly chambered in .30-30 Winchester or .35 Remington, using a 20- or 24-inch barrel. This one is in .356 Winchester and has a 20 inch barrel. It is also the Model 336 ER which means extended range. This rifle has seen use but is still in good operational condition! There is some thinning of the finish that you can see in the pics but it functions flawlessly! The 20 inch barrel has very nice rifling in it. There is a scope rail attached to the top of the receiver and it still has the original rear sight and front hooded sight. The walnut stock is in very nice condition but does have a little clear finish worn off. This is still a nice rifle! For this rifle $950.00 Check out the pcs!!!

Consignment New Arrivals 294 SOLD!!!

Here we have a U.S. Marked Model 10 Remington slide-action Combat shotgun! The Model 10 2as used in both WW1 and WW2. Here’s the specs:


Year: 1908

Manufacturer(s): Remington Arms Company – USA

Roles: Close Quarters Battle (CQB)/Personal Security;

Action: Manually-Actuated Pump Slide

Caliber(s): 12-gauge

Sights: Iron Front.

Barrel Length: 584 mm (22.99 in) Normally, this one is 19 ½ inches long but there is know variations to length in these shotguns.

Weight (Unloaded): 7.94 lb (3.60 kg)

Rate-of-Fire: 10 rounds-per-minute

Effective Range: 60 ft (18 m; 20 yd)

Operators: United States

The United States were never shy about taking shotguns to War and the Remington Model 11 is a prime example of that. Over 275,500 Remington Model 10s were eventually produced. In its militarized form, the shotgun would last in official operational service into the 1930s, particularly with US Marine Corps elements who recognized a solid weapon when they saw one. The Model 10 line was dropped by Remington in 1929 and today remains something of a rare, prized collector's item. Used during WW2 as well, Model 10s were in limited circulation during the Korean War (1950-1953) and the Vietnam War (1955-1975).

This particular shotgun has seen lots of used and has had the stock repaired at one time but not solid. The shotgun has a shorter barrel than the resources that I found but it does not appear to have been shortened. This bright bored barrel is a little over 19 inches in length and is marked with the manufacturers markings on top as well an an Military Ordance Bomb. The reverse side next to the receiver has been cleaned somewhat. I suspect it was cleaned to try to uncover more markings but the only markings uncovered is 'cyl' and what looks like a small sunburst. The other side of the barrel is marked with the inspectors markings in an oval of REP over an Anchor. The Anchor is only an inspectors mark and has no reference to Navy or Marine use. Back of those markings on the barrel we see U.S. PROPERTY stamped into the receiver. The Serial number starts with the U and goes (1st number a little strange so it may not be a number. Take a look at the pics.) 1820XX. The old factory ledger starts with the resumption of civilian firearm production after The Great War. It starts at September 30, 1919, with Model 10 serial number 172939. The forestock/ pump stock is in good condition, missing a small piece of wood on the reverse end, while the buttstock has seen quite a bit of work being glued back together on the reverse side with a small chunk missing on the bottom that you can see in the pics. Perhaps this shotgun smacked some German soldier in the head! Who knows! That's about the only damage I see on the shotgun however there is some permanent pitting on the barrel that I have shown in the pics. Still a nice example of a shotgun that obviously saw some hard use!!! $635.00

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Here we have a WW2 German Mauser that was probably sent to Iraq as parts to be assembled. The stock is the give away on this one. It has the Triangular mark on it whichis the Iraqi Jeem Mark. None of the parts seem to have matching numbers on them which also lends to the reasoning that this rifle is an assembled rifle. The Nazi markings have been peened off so you cannot see them. The receiver is marked MOD 98 over DOU 45 so this is a late German Receiver. The serial number on the receiver is 3160 but no other parts match that I can see. Now for the good part. It looks great and functions great!! Most of the finish is left and there are no major cracks or breaks in the stock, just perhaps some surface age cracking but nothing major at all. There is the triangle stamped into it as well as the numbers 2405 but very few dings at all. The handguard is slightly darker than the main stock so it’s probably another part. There is a sling but consider it new. The bore is still pretty nice on this 8mm rifle. The sights are present along with the front sight hood. Everything works and you could shoot it today! It’s a nice rifle even if it is assembled from original parts. $655.00

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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!

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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 very nice Marlin Model 336 SC in .219 Zipper caliber! These are somewhat rare guns as there were only 3,230 of the Model 336 made in the .219 Zipper caliber. The .219 Zipper cartridge was created by Winchester Repeating Arms in 1937 to be used in their lever-action Model 64 rifle. It is a 30-30 Winchester cartridge necked down to a .22 caliber bullet. Marlin Firearms also offered their Marlin Model 336 rifle (Marlin 336 Zipper) chambered for the cartridge. This particular rifle is in very good condition with a great bore down it’s 20 inch length. The finish is very nice and so is the wood stocks. There may be a minor small ding or two in the wood but this rifle was used some but I do not believe much. The action works great. The markings are all legible and easily read. Both front and rear sights are present as well as two scope rings for mounting any scope you desire. This particular weapon was made in 1957. Nice!!! For this piece $1800.00 See the pics!

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Here we have a very nice Marlin Model 336 in .32 Special Cartridge. This serial number starts with J indicating a year of manufacture of 1952. The Marlin Model 336 is a lever-action rifle and carbine made by Marlin Firearms. Since its introduction in 1948, it has been offered in a number of different calibers and barrel lengths, but is commonly chambered in .30-30 Winchester or .35 Remington, using a 20- or 24-inch barrel. Currently, the model with a 24-inch barrel is only available in .30-30 Winchester. The Model 336 is currently produced by Remington Arms but this one is the original Marlin Model 336 and is in the more uncommon caliber of .32 special Cartridge! The Model 336 is a direct development of the Marlin Model 1893 rifle which was produced from 1893 to 1936. This rifle/carbine has the 20 inch barrel with nice finish and a great bore! The receiver is also very nice with a LYMAN peep sight attached. Since this sight was attached the dovetailed rear sight was taken off and now lacking. Markings are all legible and easily read. The receiver has most of the color left on it as well. The wood stocks are in very nice condition but with a few dings here and there as it would seeing that it has been loved and used but no cracks or breaks. Sling swivel studs are present. Action works great! Nice! $595.00

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Here we have a very nice Marlin Model 1894S in .41 Rem Mag caliber. The serial number on this one indicates that this rifle was made in 1984. The Marlin Model 1894 is a lever-action repeating rifle introduced in 1894 by the Marlin Firearms Company of North Haven, Connecticut. At its introduction the rifle came with a 24-inch barrel and was chambered for a variety of pistol rounds such as .25-20 Winchester, .32-20 Winchester, .38-40, and .44-40. Variants in other chamberings remain in production today. This particular rifle is in .41 Rem Mag as previously mentioned. The rifle is in pretty good condition with just a minor ding in the buttstock. The action works perfectly and the finish is just great. The 20 inch round barrel has great rifling. This rifle is drilled and tapped by the factory for scope mounts. Take a look at the original stickers still on the forearm! I don’t believe this rifle has seen much use! Excellent rifle ! $1200.00

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Here we have a North American Arms in .22 magnum! This one has the 1 5/8ths inch barrel and is a 5 shot as normal. They cylinder has to be removed to reload. The original beautiful hardwood grips are included but has the optional slip on oversized rubber grip installed. This firearm has not been used and is new in box. Also included is the optional little pocket holster also in unused condition. You can’t get better than this! Take a look at the pics! Original paperwork under the foam protection in the original plastic box. Nice! $225.00

Consignment 286 SOLD!!

Here we have a new very slightly used North American Arms Sidewinder with 2 cylinders. Both cylinders looks to have been used one time to test functionability but that’s it. This NAA is in .22 mag and .22 LR. The little 5 shot revolver also comes with the original hardwood grips and is equipped with a Magnum Holster Grip that attaches over the pocket or belt. This holster along is a$30 option! The original paperwork is included and is under the cushion in the original plastic box. This is an excellent little firearm and with a Sidewinder the cylinder swings outward so you do not have to remove the cylinder to load it. Quite an improvement! For this outfit $345.00 Nice!!! Check out the pics!!!

Consignment 285



Here is a brand new Henry Survival Rifle in box! This Henry Survival Rifle is:

o Compact and lightweight at 3½ lbs.

o Barrel, action and two eight-round magazines pack into the stock

o Teflon-coated barrel and receiver

Beginning with its significant role in the Civil War to its renowned status as one of the most sought-after rifles in the Western frontier, the Henry rifle has become a legendary part of American history. To this day, all Henry rifles continue to be made in USA and priced right.

AR-7 U.S. Survival .22 - A compact and lightweight model that proves ideal for a variety of shooting scenarios, including its original purpose as a survival rifle for pilots. Weighing a scant 3-1/2 lbs., the Survival .22 breaks down into three pieces in seconds without tools. The barrel, action and two eight-round magazines fit into the durable ABS synthetic waterproof stock measuring only 16" long – perfect for carry in a backpack. Barrel and receiver are coated in a protective coating for weather resistance. Grooved receiver rib for scope installation. As previously stated this AR-7 U.S. Survival .22 rifle is brand new in the box! Take a look at the pics! For this piece $250.00

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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.

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Here we have a very nice new in the box Rossi Ranch Hand rifle/handgun. These are no longer in production so to find one brand new in the box is quite rare!

The Rossi Ranch Hand handgun is

o Compact, light and fun to shoot

o Patterned after a popular firearm in TV Westerns and movies

o Chambered in popular pistol calibers

Light, compact and a hoot to shoot, this lever-action gun is patterned after the 1892 Winchester Mare’s Leg firearm used by actor Steve McQueen in the late-50's TV show "Wanted: Dead or Alive." The uniqueness of the firearm made it a Hollywood favorite and variations have appeared in other Western and science fiction genre films and TV shows as well. Sporting a short hardwood stock, blued finish and an oversized lever loop, the Ranch Hand is outfitted with an adjustable buckhorn rear sight and a gold-bead front sight. Under-barrel magazine has a capacity of four rounds. Classified by BATFE as a lever-action pistol. This one is brand new old stock in the original box! You just cannot find one better than this! Excellent!! $000.00

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Here we have several slightly used Marlin Take down Models. They are all in excellent condition and all in Marlin Bags. There is some minor soiling on the bags here and there but they have done what they were supposed to do and protect the firearms inside. I have been told that these bags will float in water if thrown overboard! One might as it has a styrofoam insert in it but I wouldn't try throwing in the others!!! These rifles in bags are great for taking along on the motorcycle, backpacking and camping!

First is : Marlin Model 70PSS semi auto rifle .22 L.R. only.

This is a review from Guns America Digest:

There’s nothing better than a day at the range with a .22, and Marlin’s little rimfire is no exception. The word “papoose” comes from the Algonquian word “papoos” and means “child.” Marlin’s diminutive semi-auto rifle has undergone a variety of iterations over the last thirty-odd years, but the original concept behind the famous nickname has remained the same. Today’s Model 70PSS is designed to fit anywhere, be shot by anyone, and tag along on whatever adventure comes next.


Caliber: 22 Long Rifle

Magazine: 7-shot nickel-plated

Action: Nickel-plated autoloading; side ejection; automatic “last-shot” bolt hold-open; manual bolt hold-open; cross-bolt safety

Stock: Monte Carlo black fiberglass-filled synthetic with abbreviated fore-end, nickel-plated swivel studs and molded-in checkering

Barrel: 16 1/4_ stainless steel barrel with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves)

Twist Rate: 1:16_

Sights: Adjustable open rear sight, ramp front sight with high-visibility orange post; cutaway Wide- Scan hood. Receiver grooved for scope mount.

Length: 35 1/4_ assembled

Length of Pull: 13 1/4”

Weight: 3 1/4 lbs.

Carry Case: Yes

This rifle is in excellent condition and comes in the red fabric case with Styrofoam insert that is generally missing. Also include is the barrel tightening wrench. For this fine specimen $300.00 Check out the pics!!!

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Second Marlin is also a Marlin Papoose in blue bag. Marlin Model 70PSS semi auto rifle .22 L.R. only.

This is a review from Guns America Digest:

There’s nothing better than a day at the range with a .22, and Marlin’s little rimfire is no exception. The word “papoose” comes from the Algonquian word “papoos” and means “child.” Marlin’s diminutive semi-auto rifle has undergone a variety of iterations over the last thirty-odd years, but the original concept behind the famous nickname has remained the same. Today’s Model 70PSS is designed to fit anywhere, be shot by anyone, and tag along on whatever adventure comes next.


Caliber: 22 Long Rifle

Magazine: 7-shot nickel-plated

Action: Nickel-plated autoloading; side ejection; automatic “last-shot” bolt hold-open; manual bolt hold-open; cross-bolt safety

Stock: Monte Carlo black fiberglass-filled synthetic with abbreviated fore-end, nickel-plated swivel studs and molded-in checkering

Barrel: 16 1/4_ stainless steel barrel with Micro-Groove® rifling (16 grooves)

Twist Rate: 1:16_

Sights: Adjustable open rear sight, ramp front sight with high-visibility orange post; cutaway Wide- Scan hood. Receiver grooved for scope mount.

Length: 35 1/4_ assembled

Length of Pull: 13 1/4”

Weight: 3 1/4 lbs.

Carry Case: Yes

This rifle is in excellent condition and comes in the blue fabric case never having the Styrofoam insert. Also include is the barrel tightening wrench. For this fine specimen $300.00 Check out the pics!!!

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This one here is a Marlin Model 70P Papoose Semi Auto .22 Carbine Rifle in red fabric Case. The 70P is like the 70PSS rifles above but has a wooden stock. This rifle is a take-apart model like the others and is called the Papoose. Comes in red Marlin case that is suuposed to float if dropped overboard. The rifle has a 16.25 inch barrel that easily is removed from the frame and the barrel and stock assembly fit neatly into the case. Has the magazine and the barrel wrench. This one is really very, very nice and still has the original sticker on the stock! For this one $000.00

SOLD !!!

This next Marlin is different that the ones above. This one is the Marlin 25MB which is a bolt action rifle with 7 round magazine. The 25MB is called the Midget Magnum and is in.22 WMR. A rare and extremely hard to find Marlin 'Midget Magnum' only manufactured for one year from 1987 until 1988. Features a takedown hardwood stock, Factory buttplate, 16 1/4 inch barrel, complete front and rear sights and grooved receiver. It’s a beautiful rifle and in good condition! This one has the original blue carry bag with it. Check out the pics to see condition. It’s nice! $450 on this one.

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This last Marlin take down is a Model 39 TDS Takedown in original Black Fabric Case. This one is .22 S, L or LR with a tubular magazine. 16 ½ inch long barrel with excellent rifling and open sights and comes with scope mount bar. Weighs 5 ¼ pounds and was manufactured from 1988 to 1995. This rifle is in excellent overall condition! For this one $795.00 Check out the pics!!!

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Here we have a wonderful Marlin ORIGINAL GOLDEN 39M Lever Action Rifle in .22 S, L & LR !! The Golden Model 39A started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever action rifle ever chambered in .22LR and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the Model 1892, due to the difficulties of receiver feeding the small rimfire round. The 1892 gave way to the takedown Model 1897, which became the Model 39 in 1921 and Model 39-A in 1939 The Golden Mountie Model 39A was introduced in 1954. The 39 was produced until 1983 when the current Golden 39A was introduced. Changes between models were so minimal the rifle is considered to have been continually produced to the same basic specifications for over 100 years. The Model 39-A did not have a cross hammer safety, whereas the current Golden Model 39A has had one since introduction in 1983. The Golden 39A is still considered one of the finest examples of a lever .22 rifle, and one of the most accurate .22 rifles ever produced. It is also the best-selling lever rimfire in U.S. history.[2] Additionally "mountie" versions have been produced at various points in the rifle's life which featured a shorter 20" barrel and a straight stock. These rifles have been alternately called Model 39M or 1897 Mountie. The Mountie has a magazine capacity of 20 Short, 16 Long or 15 Long Rifle .22 cartridges. This particular Original 39M is in excellent original condition with a 4X32 Scope mounted on it and I believe it was made in 1978 since the first two digits are 24 which you subtract from 100 to get the year of manufacturer. It is a used rifle so there are a couple of minor dings in the wood. The Original Iron sights are still mounted on it so you can take the scope off and use it as it was intended. The metal surface finishes are all extra nice and the gold trigger still shines! The walnut stocks are both in very good original condition. This rifle has not been touched or messed with ! The action works fine and the bore is nice! This rifle comes with the original leather sling. Check out the pics! $875.00

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Here we have a wonderful vintage Marlin Lever Action .22 caliber rifle! This is a Marlin 39. Introduced in 1922. Model 39 was chambered for .22 rimfire, had 24" octagonal barrel and take-down receiver. Has full-length magazine tube which holds 25 Shorts, 20 Longs or 18 LR cartridges. Most Model 39s had a spring-loaded button outer magazine tube release. Very early variations had Model '97 type knurled latch release. This one has the former release. As Model 39As were being phased in around 1939, many have more modern removable inner magazine tube. Has solid top frame and side ejection, Buckhorn rear and bead front sight. Receiver, lever and hammer are case colored; barrel blued. Pistol-grip stock and steel-capped forearm are varnished walnut. Manufactured in this form between 1922 and 1938, with a number of options that could affect value and would warrant an individual appraisal. Model 39s with a "star" stamped on tang, which this one has, were considered high grade guns by factory inspector and will command a premium in better condition examples. NOTE: Model 39s made prior to 1932 that have no prefix or prefix S on serial number, should not be used with high-speed ammunition. Prefix HS indicates an improved bolt that is safe for this ammunition. This particular rifle just has the S before the serial number. This particular Rifle is in remarkably good condition! The entire piece measures about 40 inches long with an octagonal 24 inch barrel. The bore looks pretty nice. The action works very well. All markings on this piece are very clear and easily read. The stock is in good condition with the usual dings from use but no breaks or cracks. It may have had a sling swivel on the bottom of the stock at one time but now lacking. The plastic butt plate is marked MARLIN and is the original. The metal surfaces for the most part have turned a nice pleasing plum brown. But you can still see original color as well on the mag tube, hammer and various other parts. Nice! $1250.00 Check out the pics!!!

Consignment 274

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 an M1 Carbine from WW2. This M1 Carbine has a Winchester Receiver S/N 5568029 which was made in 1944.

The barrel was made by Winchester and is so marked with a 'W' on the top side of the barrel. This barrel is also marked with BLUE SKY / ARLINGTON, VA. This carbine was imported into the USA is the 1980’s from South Korea.

The front barrel bank is marked 'A1' which was made by Inland.

The front sight is marked 'N' which means it was manufactured by Inland.

The rear sight is marked 'I. R. Co.' which was made by Inland and is the type III stamped adjustagle sight.

The trigger group is marked 'B.E.B.' which was made by I.B.M.

The magazine release is stamped 'SW' made by Standard Products.

The Magazine itself is marked 'KSG' made by Saginaw Steering Division of General Motors.

The top wooden forearm is an original walnut forearm which the main stock is Mahogany. Mahogany stocks are common on Blue Sky Imports and was probably made to replace an original cracked or broken stock before importing to the USA from South Korea. There are no breaks or cracks in this stock and no markings whatsoever. It’s very nice and very pleasing to the eye.

We have fired this carbine and it operated very nicely! Some corrosion on outside of barrel in one spot that we have shown in the pics. Good Bore! . Check out the pics! $875.00

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Here we have three M1 Garand Bandoliers filled with ammo. There are 8 clips with cardboard sleeved in each bandolier. One bandolier is marked 1972 while the other two are marked 1978. Excellent condition and loaded with 64 rounds of 30-06 ammo! Each is $65.00 and must be shipped UPS but can be sent directly to your home or business. Take a look!

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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 Rossi Model 62 SA Stainless Steel Pump / Slide Action .22 caliber rifle with a low serial number! The serial number of V 0007XX indicates that this rifle is all stainless steel ! This rifle has been used very little and looks new! There is only a couple of small dings on the bottom of the buttstock. The action is tight and the bore is fine! This is one nice rifle! This is the takedown model and comes with the original box that is serial numbered to this fine rifle! This is the one that all Rossi collectors want ! For this one $1195.00 See the pics!!!

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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 is an old classic! This is a Single Barrel Winchester Model 37 in 16 gauge!!! The Winchester Model 370 (M37) Single Shot Shotgun is an American firearm. It was in production from 1936-1963 with 1,015,554 units made. This model was developed by Winchester with a standard visible hammer action for many years. The Winchester Model 370 uses a top-cocking lever, breakdown type of action with an automatic shell ejector. The first M37 shotguns were delivered on February 10, 1936 according to factory records. Notably M370 shotguns were not serial numbered.

This particular shotgun is in good condition with scattered minor rust present so a little more cleaning should make a huge difference! The bore is nice and shiny and is not pitted. The action works well and the shotgun breaks down for loading with no problem at all. The Walnut stock is really nice! There is no way to tell how old this shotgun is but it does have some age to it. For this old hunter $350.00

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Here we have a new or barely used Century Arms RAS47 rifle in 7.62X39 caliber ! Here are Century Arms stats on this rifle:

RAS47 Stamped Receiver Wood Stock

Model RAS47

Caliber 7.62x39 mm

Country of Origin 100% US Made

Firing Modes Semi Automatic

Receiver Stamped 4130 Steel

Overall Length (Muzzle Device Included) 35.5”

Finish Nitrided Barreled Receiver

Barrel Material 4150 Steel

Barrel Length 16.25”

Barrel Twist Rate 1:10”

Barrel Thread Concentric 14x1mm LH Thread

Weight 7.6 lb

Rate of Fire 600 rpm

Magazine Capacity 30 Rounds

Number of Magazines Included 2

Magazine Catch Extended T-Shaped

Muzzle Device Chevron Muzzle Brake

Furniture Maple

Guns Digest says the following about this weapon;

Totally American-made, Century’s RAS47 further hones Kalashnikov’s classic design. The RAS47, or Red Army Standard, is a semi-automatic, long-stroke, piston-driven carbine chambered in the AKM standard 7.62x39mm. It feeds from detachable box-type, staggered column AK-47 magazines ranging in capacity from 5 to 100 rounds, (these are 30 round mags.) The RAS47 ships with two 30-round polymer AK PMAGs made by Magpul.

The only thing missing from this offering is the box and paperwork otherwise I don’t think that this rifle has been used at all by the reason that the is no wear on this piece except to the charging slide and I think because of the Nitrided finish it shows a little wear because of being charged while someone was admiring it. This rifle is in like new condition with great metal finish, markings and great Maple stocks. This rifle comes with the aforementioned 2 – 30 round magazines. Most places have these sold out. Retail price on this piece is $737.48 at Bud’s Police Supply but we’ll sell this one for $650. Take a look at the pics!

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8 Here we have a new in the box Taurus Judge in .45/ .410 . The Taurus Judge is a five shot revolver designed and produced by Taurus International, chambered for .410 bore shot shells and the .45 Colt cartridge. Taurus promotes the Judge as a self-defense tool against carjacking and for home protection. Shoots both .45 LC cartridges and .410 shotshells Special shock-absorbing rubber grips Front fiber-optic sight The verdict is in and the Judge has ruled in your favor when it comes to portable power and versatility in a handgun. With the option of shooting both .45 Long Colt cartridges and .410 shotgun shells, you’ll be prepared for any short-range situation. Finely tuned rifling is engineered to optimally guide .45-caliber bullets and spread the patterns of shotshells. All models have special shock-absorbing rubber grips and a point-and-shoot front fiber-optic sight. A favorite thing to do is alternate the rounds between the .45 long colt and the .410 shotgun shells. This particular firearm was purchased but never used and is still in the original box that has the same serial number listed on it that is listed on the firearm. The box has some storage wear but the firearm has none and is in excellent unused condition! For this fine firearm $395.00

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Here we have a very nice, in the case with paperwork and accessories, a very nice, little used Smith & Wesson PERFORMANCE CENTER- .357 MAG – 8 TIMES Revolver!! This is the 8 shot 627-5 revolver! Here is the overview from Smith and Wesson:

Performance Center guns originate from standard designs or are created from the ground up. From hand-cutting and fitting to fine tuning for precision, these firearms are top performers. Products from the Performance Center are the ultimate expression of old-world craftsmanship blended with modern technology.


• Chrome Flashed Teardrop Hammer

• Chrome Trigger and Trigger Stop

• PC Tuned Action

• Cylinder cut for moon clips

A moon clip is a ring-shaped or star-shaped piece of metal designed to hold multiple cartridges together as a unit for simultaneous insertion and extraction from a revolver cylinder. Readily available on line. We do have some moon clips already loaded with .357 ammo available. ASK!


Availability subject to applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, and ordinances.

This revolver has obviously been used by some powder residue on the cylinder (easily removed is desired) but doesn’t look to have been used much and is in great condition!!! Comes with an extra set of the original S&W rubber grips, gunlock, safety keys and manual. This is an outstanding revolver that has a suggested retail price of over $1,300.00 but ours is for sale for $950.00 Check out the pics!!!

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Here we have a real nice vintage 16 gauge WARD’S WESTERFIELD—MONTGOMERY WARD MODEL 35 SHOTGUN. The Wards Western Field Model 35 is actually a J. Stevens Model 520 slide-action utility-grade shotgun. The 520 was made from 1907 until 1941. This one is serial numbered U 837XX. The gun was designed by John M. Browning and has a slight humpback in the receiver. Stevens sold them under trade names Western Field Montgomery Wards from 1925-39. Here is more info: The Stevens Model 520 was a pump-action shotgun developed by John Browning and originally manufactured by the J Stevens Arms & Tool Company between 1909 and 1916. Stevens was sold to New England Westinghouse on 28 May 1915 and production of civilian firearms was greatly reduced The company was renamed the "J Stevens Arms Company" on 1 July 1916 and New England Westinghouse used their manufacturing facility in Chicopee Falls, MA to produce Mosin-Nagant rifles under contract for the Russian Czar during World War I. After the war, Stevens was sold to Savage Arms on 1 April 1920 and full production of civilian firearms resumed. Under Savage ownership, Model 520 production continued until 1939. when it was replaced by the Model 520A which ended production in 1948. Stevens also further modified the design when they introduced the streamlined Model 620 in 1927. The Model 620 was internally similar to the Model 520 and was produced until 1949 when it was replaced by the Model 620A which ended production in 1955. This shotgun is a hammerless, pump action, take-down design with a tubular magazine which holds 5 shells. All models can also be slam fired: the shotgun has no trigger disconnector and shells can be fired one after the other simply by working the slide if the trigger is held down. This particular shotgun is in fine aged condition with the barrel showing some patina and the tube showing more brown patina. The barrel and tube are a dark brown patina while the receiver is mostly blue. You can feel some roughness on a part of the barrel but it blends in nicely with the color and it's hard to distinguish. The wood is aged as well with the forearm being a trifle bit darker than the buttstock. There are the usual dings from use but no breaks. I do see one age crack on the reverse side at the receiver that you can see in the pics. The original hard rubber butt plate is still on this 16 ga shotgun. The markings are all clear and the action works fine. The barrel exhibits a nice shiny bore except for the last ½ to 1 inch of the barrel with is brown patina. This is a wonderful solid old gun from a different ERA! $350.00

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Here we have a pretty nice used Sig Sauer P229 9MM semi auto pistol. Here are the stats:

This handgun has obviously been used but not abused. It is the personal firearm of a retired Police Officer and he took care of it. The pistol operated flawlessly and has nice rifling in the barrel. This piece comes in the matching hard case with 2 magazines, lock and the owners manual.

Here’s the info from Cabela’s where this firearm was originally purchased:

SIG Sauer® P229® Pistols

o Corrosion-blocking Nitron-coated slide finish

o Scratch-resistant anodized hardcoat on the frame

o Nighttime-visible SIGLITE night sights

Proven guarding America's borders, SIG Sauer's P229 Pistols are proudly carried by the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Coast Guard and many other front-line federal agencies. This semiautomatic has a reputation for dependable combat performance and die-hard durability. Corrosion-blocking Nitron®-coated slide finish. Scratch-resistant anodized hardcoat on the frame. Nighttime-visible SIGLITE® night sights. Slip-resistant, textured polymer grip and front strap serrations for a secure hold. Integrated accessory rail.

At Cabela’s these firearms were listed from $949.99 to $1049.99. This one is $750.00 Sig Sauer Quality! NOTE*** We found another brand new Sig Magazine that we are including with this firearm! Thanks!

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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 real nice Model 37: The .38 Chiefs Special Airweight. The Airweight model 37 is the younger brother to the Model 36 “Chief’s Special”, an identical gun but with a steel frame instead of aluminum. The 37 came out in 1951 and went largely unchanged until Smith & Wesson finally dropped them all together in 2006.

In the mid-1950s, the Air Force ordered a specialized version of the Airweight for military police use. This version implemented not only an aluminum frame, but also an aluminum cylinder and barrel. Testing proved that the cylinder and barrel failed pretty quickly due to heat warping, and the model was discontinued. The largest serial number with the aluminum cylinder is 44577 and this particular revolver is serial number J338459 so it has the steel cylinder. According to records that I have found this revolver was made in 1977-78. The revolver is in excellent condition with the only wear being the turning marks on the cylinder which is normal. The hammer has also been bobbed as this revolver was carried in the pocket with the special plastic grip that hung over the pocket and then removed quickly from the pocket. Bobbing the hammer was a usual practice when this piece was carried in the pocket as it would snag the pocket when withdrawing to use it. Hammers can be purchased if you wish from Numrich Arms. The main drawback to bobbing the hammer is not it can only be used in double action not single action. As a plus on this piece I have included an extra set of wooden grips if you want to remove the ones that are on it. This revolver comes with a 2 inch barrel and nice rifling in it. The action locks up tight and there is very little movement to the cylinder. All the markings are like new. This revolver uses .38 special revolver and I would not use ‘P’ rated ammo in it as this revolver was rated for that ammo only after 1998. It’s a beautiful little revolver! Look at the pics!!! $375.00

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Here we have 4 sets of shooting earmuffs. All used but in good condition.

1. The Peltor Tactical 7S Classic is ideal for shooting enthusiasts. The Peltor Tactical 7S electronic earmuffs are uniquely designed to give the shooter hearing protection from dangerous impulse noise such as gunfire, along with the distortion-free amplification of low level sounds as range commands and conversation.

• Audio Input Jack

• NRR 24 dB

• Padded adjustable, stainless steel headband

• Single knob, on/off/volume control adjustment

• 9 Volt Battery required, 80 hours of operation

• The ambient listening electronics provide distortion free amplification of low level sounds up to 25 dB

The Peltor Tactical 7S electronic earmuffs limit amplified sounds to 82 dB. An audio jack allows connection to external devices with the use of optional Peltor patch cords.

This set retails for around $160.00 but our price $75 since used.

2. This set is the Impact Sport Set of Ear Muffs.

Howard Leight Impact™ Sport Earmuff

o Noise reduction rating of 22db

o Amplifies sounds up to 3 times normal hearing

o Weighs 10.5 oz. with batteries

With a noise reduction rating of 22db and an extremely low profile, this electronic earmuff is destined to become very popular with shooters. It amplifies low-level ambient sound such as conversation while instantly reducing potentially damaging sounds. Padded stereo muffs afford greater comfort to the user. This water-resistant protection has an outstanding 350-hour battery life, an easily accessed snap-on battery compartment cover, four-hour auto shut-off, integrated power and volume knobs, an external audio plug, and they fold up for compact storage. Earmuff in Mossy Oak® is exclusive to Cabela's. Uses 2 AAA batteries (included). Color: Green.

These list for $60 but since used $30.00

3. Pro Ears Dimension Plus Ear Muffs.

This is an older set of Pro Ears Dimension Ear Muffs with electronic hearing protection to block out those loud noises and still be able to hear whats going on in your surroundings. New Sets of these go for around $200.00 but this is an older vintage set so we will price it at $50.00.

4. Here is a basic set of Silencia RBW-71 ear muffs. These are also used and will only cost you $10 plus shipping.

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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! $1500.00


1. SOLD!!!

This first one is an excellent COLT DIAMONDBACK Revolver in .38 Special Ctg and so marked on the barrel. It’s a six shot revolver with a 4 inch barrel. The bore is excellent and there are very minor turings on the cyliinder from light use. The grips are fantastic custom hardwood grips! NOTE: We have found the original grips and will include them with this fine revolver! The owner applied a little paint to the top of the front sight for contrast. The rear sight is adjustible. This revolver locks up tight and functions flawlessly! This beautiful Vintage Revolver was made in 1967. For this fine piece $1450.00

3. Here we have a S&W Model 29 in .44 Magnum!! This 6 shot double action revolver was produced from 1991 to 1994 and is in excellent condition with a 4 inch barrel that exhibits a perfect bore! The blue mirror finish on this revolver is outstanding!!! Here’s the scoop from S&W: The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the.44 Magnum cartridge and manufactured by the United States company Smith & Wesson. The Model 29 was offered with 3, 4, 5, 6, 6 ¹/2, 8 ³/8 and 10 5/8 inches barrels as standard models. Other barrel lengths were available either by special order from Smith & Wesson's Custom Shop or custom built by gunsmiths. The 5 inches barreled variant had a full length underlug. Finish options available included a highly polished blued or nickel-plated surface. This particular revolver was fitted with custom hardwood Craig Spegel grips and look outstanding!!! For this magnificient revolver ! $1525.00

6. 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 $400 for this pistol with the custom grips. Look at the pics!

7. !!! Here we have a Colt SPECIAL COMBAT Government Model 1911 Special in .45 auto. This competition ready 45 ACP comes with a 3 hole aluminum trigger, S&A grip safety, custom tuned action, polished feed ramp, throated barrel, flared ejection port, enhanced hammer, one 8-round Wilson Combat magazine with bumper, extended thumb safety, Bomar rear and Heinie dovetail front sight. This is the two tone model and comes in the original box with paperwork and lock., The Colt M1911 pistol has been a favorite for 100 years as a service pistol, law enforcement pistol, and personal defense firearm. Carrying on its legacy of flawless craftsmanship, the Colt Custom Shop proudly offers the Special Combat Government Series. This series offers handcrafted 1911-type pistols with superior feel and performance. This is one nice Colt Pistol!!! If I find another magazine I’ll put it with it. For this fine pistol $1700.00

9. 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 $650.00

11. Here we have a wonderful S&W Model 41 .22 caliber pistol! The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed by Smith & Wesson after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle, the same as the Colt M1911 pistol, to maintain a consistent grip angle. The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is the top of the line in rimfire pistols. Used by national level competitors for acute precision in competition, the Model 41 is considered one of the best .22 target pistols ever manufactured. Features • Precision, Button-Rifled Barrel • Micrometer Click Adjustable Target Rear Sight with Undercut Patridge Front Sight • Ergonomic Checkered Target Grips • Switch-Barrel Design Allows Both 5.5” and 7” Barrels on One Frame • Crisp Target Trigger Factor Set at 2.75 to 3.25 lbs. • User Adjustable Trigger Stop

This pistol is in excellent condition and comes with 4 magazines! The finish is excellent as well as the grips and it functions as well as it looks! Just an outstanding pistol that has seen very little use! $1100.00

13. Here we have a:


• SMITH & WESSON • Model: PERFORMANCE CENTER MODEL 327 TRR8 • Caliber : .357 MAG • Barrel Length: 5” • Capacity: 8 • Action: REVOLVER • Grips: custom hard wood • Sights: GLASS TUBE FRONT, ADJUSTABLE V-NOTCH, REAR • Frame Material: SCANDIUM ALLOY • Other: Performance Center guns originate from standard designs or are created from the ground up. From hand-cutting and fitting to fine tuning for precision, these firearms are top performers. Products from the Performance Center are the ultimate expression of old-world craftsmanship blended with modern technology. Features • PC Trigger with Trigger Stop • PC Tuned Action • Scandium Frame • Equipment rails included • Cylinder cut for moon clips (Moon Clips NOT Included) A moon clip is a ring-shaped or star-shaped piece of metal designed to hold multiple cartridges together as a unit for simultaneous insertion and extraction from a revolver cylinder.

• I do not believe that this revolver saw much use. It’s in beautiful condition and comes in the original plastic box with the papers and a spent cartridge. It’s a beautiful thing to behold and hold in the hand!!! For this revolver $1100.00 •

We have 8 round moon clips for the above revolver as well 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

Functions fine!

This firearm was made in the USA in Fort Worth, TX. For this pistol $650.00. Check out the pics!


20. Here’s another real nice Glock! This is the Glock Model 20 in 10MM. This piece has also had upgrades including a new Storm Lake 10MM Barrel and also includes the original equipment 10MM barrel. The pistol is housed in the original box with paperwork and comes with 2 barrels. The pistol operates flawlessly and looks good with little to no wear. Take a look at the pics! $650.00

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Here's a copy of one of the first Remington Hammerless shotguns model 1900 which was made to 1910. This is a 12 ga double hamerless with safety and two triggers. The entire piece is over 48 inches long with 32 inch damascus barrels with the Remington Info stamped into the rib on top. I would not say that these old damascus barreled shotguns are safe to shoot. The bores are not all shot out but could use a scrubbing. Both sides of the lock is marked REMINGTON ARMS CO. There is some pitting on the locks but not active and it could use a good scrubbing. The action seems to work ok. You can see in the pics where the forearm attachment was re-braised in on the barrel. The walnut stocks are in good condition with the usual dings from use. This old shotgun would look great with a duck decoy display! This shotgun is old but will still need a C&R or FFL to transfer. Take a look at the pics! $425.00

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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

Consignment 63 NO LONGER FOR SALE

Here we have an old J. STEVENS single barrel 12 gauge shotgun in working order. This old gun has seen lots of use and does have some pitting on the breech and on the end of the barrel. The bore needs a good scrubbing but would still only clean to fair I believe. The wood is in generally good condition with the usual dings from use and is a good candidate for restoration. The markings are in generally good condition and easily read. ELECTRO STEEL CHOKE BORED is marked on the top of the barrel. There is a small lever on the side of the receiver for taking the gun apart. A typical Grandpa’s old gun! For this one $60.00

Consignment 62 SOLD!!!

Here we have an old NEWPORT “MODEL WN” single barrel 16 ga shotgun that is in fine working order. Newport was a trade name used on shotguns manufactured for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago by Crescent Fire Arms Company (1893-1930), W. H. Davenport Arms Company (1891-1910) or Iver Johnson Arms And Cycle Works (1895-1930+). These were inexpensive guns retailed in the hardware and mail order trade. 16 gauge guns of this era generally have chambers that are shorter than today's 2 3/4" shells. Early guns (1890-1910) could be equipped with Damascus, Twist or Laminated Steel barrels which are unsafe to use with modern ammunition. If shooting is contemplated, an evaluation by a competent gunsmith is recommenced to determine chamber length and barrel steel composition. Using modern ammunition in a short chamber creates dangerously high pressures that can damage the gun and injure the shooter and bystanders. If deemed safe to use, only light field and target loads are recommended. Now back to this particular firearm.

The wood is in good condition with no breaks or cracks but does have the usual dings from use. The action works fine and the bore would rate very good with a good scrubbing. All in all this is still a pretty nice old shotgun!!! Take a look at the pics! $60.00

Consignment 59

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!

Consignment 57

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.

Consignment 50

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

Consignment 45

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

Consignment SOLD

Here we have an excellent H & R Model 922 in .22 LR nine-shot revolver with the original box!! This is the second model large solid frame 4th variation which was made from 1948-1949. This piece is double action with a 2 ½ inch barrel and has a pull pin cylinder release. It has oversized one piece plastic grips which is in very nice condition with no cracks or breaks. No transfer bar on this early model. All markings are sharp and clear and the action works very well. The finish is excellent and there is little to no evidence of the cylinder turning. Has a few tiny minor finish spots. Rates very good ++ ! Nice!!! For this one $350.00

Modern Arrivals Consignment 39

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

Modern Arrival Consignment 17

Here we have a LEE Factory Crimp Die 7 X57 (7mm). The price on this piece is $15.00

Modern Arrival 16


Here we have a brand new in the box Palmetto State Armory PA-15 in multi caliber with a 5.56 barrel. Here are the stats:

Barrel Length: 16"

Gas System: Carbine Length

Barrel Profile: M4

Barrel Steel: 4150 Chrome-Moly Vanadium

Barrel Finish: Nitride

Chrome Lining: None

Muzzle Thread: 1/2-28

Chamber: multi

Twist Rate: 1:7

Barrel Extension: M4

Diameter at Gas Block: .750

Gas Block Type: F Marked Front Sight Base

Muzzle Device: A2 Flash Hider

Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6

Receiver Type: M4

Handguard Type: PSA Classic Carbine Handguards, Flat Dark Earth

Stock Type: PSA Classic M4 Adjustable Stock, Flat Dark Earth

Grip Type: PSA Classic A2 Grip, Flat Dark Earth

Also, the carbine has a Magpul adjustable rear sight and also comes with 2 magpul 30 round magazines. This is a real nice piece and all American!!! For this nice piece $525.00

Modern arrivals 8 Consignment SOLD!!!

Here we have a nearly new Ruger Mini-14 Tactical Rifle Semi Auto Rifle 5.56 NATO (also uses .223 ammo) . The previous owner states that he fired it only 8 or 9 times and I believe it as it shows practically no wear at all and looks new. This rifle comes with 8 different Ruger Magazines. As stated these are all Ruger mfg and not aftermarket magazines. There are two new 5 round mags, two new 10 round mags, two new 20 round mags and 2 new 30 round Ruger magazines. Here are some of the stats:

• Model Number: 5847

• Caliber: 5.56 NATO / 223 Rem

• StockBlack Synthetic

• Front SightBlade

• Rear SightAdjustable

• MaterialAlloy Steel

• Thread Pattern1/2"-28

• Twist1:9" RH

• Capacity20

• FinishBlued

• Weight6.7 lb.

• Overall Length 36.75"

• Barrel Length16.12"

• Length of Pull 13"

• Grooves6

This is a great rifle and is American Made Ruger Quality!!! $1,120.00 for everything. Check out the pics !!!

Modern arrivals 7

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

Modern arrivals 6

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

Buy American!!!

Modern arrivals 4

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!

New Arrivals 3


Here we have, in a hard case, a brand new Dickinson Security Shotgun! This is the COMMANDO by Dickinson Model XX3B, 12 gauge , Pump Shotgun

Dickinson builds Guns of Distinction in their state of the art Turkish Factory where they blend old world craftsmanship with advanced technology. CNC machines are used to manufacture the precision parts which skilled craftsmen fit and finish producing a true work of art! A Dickinson is a durable, reliable, heirloom quality shotgun that you will enjoy shooting at the range and in the field for years to come! The Commando XX3B pump shotgun is built with a lightweight design that provides strength and simplicity of operation. The barrel, fore-end and bolt are easily removed as a unit to facilitate cleaning. You will immediately notice the smoothness of function and form whether you're firing light 2-3/4" shells or heavy 3" shells. This XX3B features an 18.5" tactical home defense barrel with a fixed cylinder bore and a rifle style front sight for rapid target acquisition. Manufactured using only the finest materials available, this shotgun will provide years of trouble free operation enjoyment. With a Dickinson XX3B Commando you will experience a deluxe quality shotgun at a price you can afford! Specifications and Features: Dickinson Commando XX3B XX3B-2 Pump Action Shotgun 12 Gauge 18.5" Barrel with Rifle Front Sight Fixed Cylinder Bore 3" Chamber 4 Rounds Polymer Synthetic Stock Blued Finish Weight 6 Pounds

When a home intruder hears the sound of you loading one in the chamber he will just right out of the window!!! That is a frightening sound! Great home defense Shotgun at a reasonable price! $199.00 Check out the pics below!

Modern arrivals 2 SOLD!!!

Here we have a new North American Arms small single action revolver. Here is some history on the company:

North American Arms History North American Arms is a United States firearms manufacturing company that specializes in pocket pistols and mini revolvers. Sandy Chisholm bought North American Arms in 1991 and has driven the company to become more successful since then. The small semi-automatic pistols and mini revolvers made by North American Arms are easy-to-carry, which is one of the reasons why these guns are perfect for everyday self-defense, concealed carry, and undercover law enforcement work. Besides the obvious practicality of North American Arms' petite guns, many buyers and collectors enjoy the novelty of the more vintage-looking designs complete with bluing or gold plating and mother of pearl handles. Some North American Arms mini revolvers are even able to fold into their own grips, making them safe to carry on a belt clip or in a gun holster. North American Arms' mini revolvers are made in .22 Short, .22 Long Rifle and .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire caliber as well as in .22 Black powder cap and ball. Semi-automatic pistols made by North American Arms are chambered for .25 NAA, .32 ACP, .32 NAA and .380 ACP. Together this range of guns offers buyers the perfect size, weight, and firepower for them.

This North American Arms mini revolver is the sidewinder. It’s cylinder swings out for loading making it easier to load and unload. This particular little revolver is in .22 Magnum. The grips are perfect as is the entire stainless steel revolver. Comes in it’s own little case with padlock. For tis piece $295.00

Modern arrivals 1 Consignment

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

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