SESSION 1 - FABULOUS FIREARMS & MILITARIA AUCTION!

SESSION 1 - FABULOUS FIREARMS & MILITARIA AUCTION!

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SESSION 1 - FABULOUS FIREARMS & MILITARIA AUCTION!

SESSION 1 - FABULOUS FIREARMS & MILITARIA AUCTION!

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Fantastic selection! Military, Sporting, Antique, Modern firearms! Swords & Edged weapons, shooting accessories, accoutrements & ammo. From Revolutionary weapons & firearms to modern Class III machine guns!
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MADSEN LMG ACCESSORY KIT.

Lot # 1100 (Sale Order: 101 of 693)      

Madsen LMG was adopted by the Danish Army in 1902 breaking ground for future designs. Though it was expensive to mfg. it had a reputation for being reliable & was sold in...more almost 3 dozen countries in a dozen different caliber's over it's 100 year service span. Here we have several parts pieces, tools & accessories for the M46 to provide another lifetime of action. 1) MAGS: collectively we have 37 magazines in 4 separate containers. 2 containers are custom built, custom stenciled wooden storage & transport crates that are more attractive than any of the originals in this catalogers opinion. 2 Are metal storage boxes that hold 5 magazines each w/ dividers separating each magazine. Also included is a wooden magazine repair tool w/ thin steel skins on both sides. 2) TOOLS: Madsen offered several gunners kits that customers could mix & match to serve their own purpose. If you are fortunate enough to locate them they are often known by there common factory offering as kit A, B or C. Their is an additional tool collection often referred to as a Madsen LMG gunners kit which contains yet another set of tools. In this grouping we have all four. Each kit is contained in a leather pouch w/ one or more pockets for large parts or smaller metal boxes for smaller parts. Each kit is quite complete based on our research having almost every single part between all four kits accounted for. The only exception are a few tiny parts in kit A to the best of my knowledge. 3) ACCESSORIES: Madsen LMG monopod accessory. This extremely well built device attaches to the underside of the rear stock. when combined w/ the bipod, converts the Madsen into a field expedient tripod mounted LMG as well as stabilizing the platform it allows for micro elevation adjustment. Complete w/ leather bandoleer. PROVENANCE: The Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12623 W/ 02-12624, 02-12625, 02-12626, 02-12627, 02-12628, 02-12629, 02-12630, 02-12631, 02-12632/JZ). NON-GUNS. $700-1,100.

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CUSTOM SEMI AUTO MODEL 1919 BROWNING LIGHT

Lot # 1101 (Sale Order: 102 of 693)      

MACHINE GUN. Cal. 7.62 Nato. S# 8400. Bbl. 26". Custom made semi auto rifle assembled to replicate 1919 air cooled Browning light machine gun, using predominantly Israeli...more parts. Custom made right side plate is marked only w/ Semi Auto & Serial #. Has ladder aperture, adj. rear sight graduated to 1800 meters & fold down blade front sight. Belt fed. Feed cover is numbered on the right side "25967". Bolt, feed tray, rear sight & left side plate marked "7.62". Has carrying handle w/ wood grip. Sheet metal shoulder stock w/ Israeli markings. Top half of mount appears to be a vehicle mount w/ carrier on left side for ammunition box. Tripod appears to be U.S. w/ individually adj. legs, alloy head & brass traverse ring graduating in mils. Gun has Parkerized finish except right side plate which is in the white. Mount parts are painted in differing shades of green. CONDITION: finish has wear, thinning, dents & scratches but has good overall appearance. Scattered grind marks notable on left side plate due to removal of rivets which were replaced w/ socket head screws. Good bore w/ light wear to lands. PROVENANCE: Estate Firearms Collection of Jack Morse. (18-2634/RW). $2,500-4,000.

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CASULL MODEL 290 SEMI AUTO CARBINE.

Lot # 1101A (Sale Order: 103 of 693)      

Cal. 22 LR. S# B1. Internet research indicates only 87 mfg. 1966-1967 by Dick Casull, who designed the famous 454 Casull cartridge & was co-founder of Freedom Arms. All w...moreere hand built & very costly when produced. Similar in appearance to Lewis Machine Gun & said to be predecessor to American 180 rifle. Fires from open bolt & feeds from drum mounted on top of receiver. Unusual bolt face w/ raised vertical bar striking cartridge rim on 2 edges at once for more reliable ignition. Finned 16 1/2" bbl. numbered B1 w/ built up portion at front similar in appearance to Cutts compensator, but w/out slots. Stock set similar to military Thompson SMG w/ grooved straight forend, finger grooved pistol grip & push button removable buttstock w/out buttplate; all walnut. Sights consist of receiver sight similar in appearance to those used on Belgium Browning's mounted onto grooved rail at rear. Front sight is simple post at center of drum above its pivot. MAGS: 1 approx. 290 rd. pan drum numbered B1 w/ slight repaired dent at 10 o'clock position (viewed from top); retains proper mechanical functioning. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ some spotty stained areas on sides of receiver. Mag. pivot has been professionally repaired w/ new base & post sight pin at top. Very good appearing bbl. finish. Numerous light handling marks on stock set; mostly on bottom of forend & toe line of buttstock. Light scratch on buttstock near right bottom rear of receiver has appearance of crack but careful examination indicates a scratch. Near excellent bore. Extremely rare firearm w/ very high capacity. (18-5015/NW). CURIO. $3,500-5,000.

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STERN 1919A6 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1102 (Sale Order: 104 of 693)      

Cal. 308 Win. S# R011919A6. Bbl. 24". Semi auto A4 variation of the iconic 1919 Browning ground gun chambered in 7.62 NATO & built on an Israeli kit. Includes Browning 19...more19A4 feed tray 100 rd. ammo box w/ proper inserts for 7.62 NATO as opposed to the common 30-06 chambering. Original Israeli parts include left side plate which is marked "7.62 n" just below top cover as well as properly marked feed system, top cover & muzzle booster. Mounted in a typical fashion on an M2 tripod. T&E mechanism not present. Flip up blade front sight mounted on the trunnion. Folding rear sight correct for 7.62 NATO application w/ notch position for close range & a graduating peep sight for ranges varying from 200-1800 yards. Also click adj. for windage. A6 carry handle on bbl. jacket. Dark black painted in all exterior surfaces other than pistol grip & pintle mount Tripod painted in an OD green variation. CONDITION: good bore w/ decent rifling. Paint is scuffed most prominently on right side plate in area of the top cover release & top side of bbl. jacket. Feed box shows numerous areas of flaking paint. Wooden carry handle has multiple dings & compression marks but no signs of serious damage. A gentle patina can be found on areas of thinning finish. Action appears to function properly when cycled by hand. Trigger pull is extremely smooth & light compared to typical examples of semi auto conversions to this particular weapons system. (19-1360/JZ). MODERN. $2,500-3,500.

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RHEINMATALL ST 61 BUILT ON STEEL 80% RECEIVER.

Lot # 1103 (Sale Order: 105 of 693)      

Cal. 8mm. S# 2237. A beautiful example of an ST61 as mfg. by Rheinmatall. ST61 started life as an MG15 & produced by Germany for Romania. There are only slight difference...mores but they include the most notable which pertain to the water jacket including a higher volume over the standard MG15, integral front & rear sights & bipod mt. It includes: the unique tubular rear stock, a 75 rd. dual feed drum, trigger mechanism, original bbl. for the ST61, carry handle & original bolt carrier. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: studio portrait commissioned by Mark Genovese. CONDITION: all parts are in excellent condition & all moving parts are smooth & fluid. Bbl. jacket is painted w/ olive drab green which accentuates the brass water caps & chains. Drum mag. appears to be in good working condition & rear stock slides off & locks on correctly. Leather butt cap & wrap which insulates the face of the shooter from metal stock are in remarkably good condition. Top outer most surface of carry handle exhibits some dings probably from original armory storage. Factory bakelight pistol grip is solid free from major defects. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-13224/JZ). NON-GUN. $2,500-3,500.

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MG15 TOOL & PARTS KIT.

Lot # 1104 (Sale Order: 106 of 693)      

An extremely rare & desirable leather expended casing pouch. affectionately known as "The Football". This leather pouch snaps into the ejection port to capture fired casi...morengs. It was easily emptied w/ the use of a zipper on the bottom side. The steel insert marked "FL45717". Also "baa41" in an oval w/ the following "BA 2270" in an octagon. Leather is still pliable w/ a few tears approx. 1/2" length in leather. Zipper still functional. 1 MG15 bbl. measures 23.5" in length. 8mm. shiny bore w/ decent rifling. Waffenamt w/ what appears to be the number "20" & "93" on opposite side "22967A". Mounted MG15 bbl. vise matching upper & lower jaws marked "66". An aluminum copy of the extremely rare German MG15 unloading tool. ST61/MG15 tool roll & spare tool leather wallet. It appears that both kits are complete & very difficult to obtain. 1 German Luftwaffe MG15 oil can. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12706/JZ). NON-GUN. $900-1,800.

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COLD WAR ERA SOVIET RUSSIAN SVD W/ SCOPE & MAG

Lot # 1105 (Sale Order: 107 of 693)      

RIFLE MFG BY IZHMASH ARSENAL. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# R-309. Bbl. 27.25" over flash hider. The Russian SVD rifle was more of a sniper/counter sniper system then it was a simple...more long gun. Chambered in 7.62x54R it had the capability of reaching long distances, but that wasn't the only outstanding feature to this system. Combined w/ the PSO-1 sniper scope it had the ability not only to function as a range finder & bullet drop compensator in the traditional fashion but it was actually designed early on to detect enemy infrared light use in order to take out key personnel who would be equipped w/ night vision equipment. The PSO-1 scope was a 4x optic w/ a 24mm objective. It utilized a switchable illuminated retical & incorporated a rubber eye cup to shield the user from having an illuminated face during use. It also offered an integral sliding sun shade to extend the overall scope length by approx. 2.5". The night vision detector feature had to be charged w/ sunlight in order to function & it could run for approx. 48 hrs. on a single charge. This rifle has the fletched arrow makers mark inside a triangle on the bottom of the receiver indicating that it was mfg. in the Izhmash Arsenal, around the year 1967. Rifle has a hooded protected post front sight that is drift adj. for windage & the rear sight is an adj. ladder adj. 1200 meters. The s# A reverse R-309 is also stamped on the bolt carrier & receiver trigger group section. The stock is stamped "D7764" & still boasts the clamp on leather check pad. The wood forend has 6 horizontal slots (3 on each side) & bares the familiar reddish tint common when these rifles occasionally surface. The correct side attached scope mount still retains the rubber scope objective lens cover. MAGS: 1-10 rd. mag. that appears to be of Russian origin. Mag. front strap marked "X 925 1". CONDITION: all exterior steel surfaces are parkerized & boast a complete finish aside from minor scratching & thinning on some high areas. Forend has some scratches, primarily where it meets the gas block, assumed from leaning rack wear. The rear stock matches the forend in condition & color w/ no major cosmetic or structural inadequacies. The leather cheek piece has several sm. areas of wear more affecting it's cosmetic appearance than its functionality which remains unchanged. The scope mount bears the hammer & sickle below the star along w/ the letters "NCO-1 NO7764 1967r". Bore looks shiny w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when fired by hand. (19-4516/JZ). MODERN. $12,000-16,000.

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MG15 SADDLE DRUM MAG. LOADER SET.

Lot # 1106 (Sale Order: 108 of 693)      

We have an MG15 75 rd. "Saddle" magazine "Doppeltrommel 15". Designated as and marked "D-T15". This is a specific drum for the MG15, though it looks similar to the drum m...moreag. for the MG13 & MG34 they are not interchangeable. Stampings on bottom include "wa42 D-T15 Nr82927L Fl 46300". Matching number on rear cover. German eagle on rear of feed shoot. Includes (Doppeltrommel 15) loading machine. Mounted on a wooden base, green in color. Dimensions are approx. 11.75 in length by 6.25" in width & approx. 1" in depth w/ cutouts that coincide w/ the drum. Wooden base marked w/ German eagle. Oval around the letters "M.R. over Sp." & also marked "1940". Includes all components of wood base, thumb pleasure loading device, feed guide & two unloading keys. Cartridge feed guide marked w/ German eagle, what appears to be a triangle inside a circle & the letter "K". The two unlocking keys are each marked "res". PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12706-1/JZ). NON-GUN. $900-1,400.

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ROMANIAN FPK DRAGUNOV SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1107 (Sale Order: 109 of 693)      

Cal. 7.62x54R. S# M-0408-80RD. Bbl. 26 1/2" over pinned flash hider. Romanian kit assembled on American receiver designated model FPK for TGI of Knox, TN. Beautiful yello...morew / red furniture to contrast the parkerized finish & give a look of class to the otherwise common AK-47 style. Traditional PSL style stock w/ slip on velcro secured rubber buttplate adding LOP. Bayonet lug has had ears ground off, more than likely to comply w/ state specific regulations. Elevation adj. protected post front sight. Elevation adj. front trunnion mounted tangent rear sight graduated to 1200 meters. Illuminated POSP 8x42 scope on proper AK receiver mount w/ red illuminated reticle. 2 Point leather sling. MAGS: 5-10 rd. mags (4 in pouch). UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: standard LPS scope w/ canvas scope cover. Cleaning kit in leather pouch. CONDITION: firing mechanism appears to function properly when cycled by hand. Bayonet lug appears to have been modified post mfg. since the unfinished metal is exposted where the ears were removed. Upper handguard retains a more orange tinted color while the lower handguard favors the yellow side of the spectrum. Rear stock is a traditional laminated thumbhole design on the shorter side w/ a few minor dents which is common among imported parts kits later assembled on U.S. receivers. Receiver finish exhibits scattered light scratches & are heaviest at areas of high friction coinciding w/ the firing mechanism. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. POSP scope optics appear clear. Reticle illuminates properly. LSP scope reticle appears slightly cloudy. (19-3151/JZ). MODERN. $1,500-2,200.

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FINNISH REWORKED TULA MODEL SVT 40 SEMI AUTO

Lot # 1108 (Sale Order: 110 of 693)      

RIFLE. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# 352. Bbl. 27" including muzzle brake. Receiver is marked on top w/ star "1941" indicating mfg. at Tula Arsenal. Receiver is additionally marked o...moren right side w/ boxed "SA" & original S#, which has been lined out. Rifle reworked in Finland & reapplied serial number "352". Numbers match on bolt & receiver. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1,500m. Hooded post front sight. Cleaning rod & bayonet lug present. Forend tip behind bbl. band is not present. Hardwood stock set. Buttstock has faint "H.D." on left side. Green web sling. MAGS: 2 detachable 10 rd. marked "RUSSIAN TOKAROV SEMI AUTO RIFLE 7.62x54R HA7122.2". CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework finish over wear, dents, scratches & staining. Has 2 cracks at top of pistol grip behind receiver approx. 2 1/2" long. Metal has 70% original finish w/ oxidation, wear & scratches. Cleaning rod & muzzle break assembly have arsenal rework appearance. Worn bore has strong land w/ grooves turning dark. (19-3153/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

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VECTOR ARMS RPD-SA SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1109 (Sale Order: 111 of 693)      

Cal. 7.62x39. S# 00393. Bbl. 20.5". Approved by ATF in late 2003 Vector Arms started mfg. this closed bolt civilian version of the iconic RPD (Ruchnoi Pulemet Degtyarev)....more Once bearing the distinction of the lightest squad auto in existence, this variant weighs in at only 17 lbs unloaded. Its cal., the same round chambered in the well known AK47 & SKS, have made this version extremely popular among recreational shooters since its introduction. Fed from 50 rd. non disintegrating metallic belts that feed from an appropriate sized drum that are both readily available on the surplus market. The top cover & even the belts loosely resemble similar period German firearms, though there is nothing interchangeable & are completely different designs. Gas operated firing mechanism w/ a complicated but reliable push through feeding system. Matte blued metal finish. Partially hooded protected post front sight. Tangent rear sight elevation adj. from 100 to 1000 meters; also windage adj. Sight radius 23". Dated 1953 on top cover. Folding front bipod. Laminated wood furniture. MAGS: 1-100 rd. drum w/ 1 50 rd. belt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: owner's manual. An original spring set. 3 T-shirts w/ author commissioned studio photography of this firearm. Studio portrait commissioned by the owners. CONDITION: bluing coverage is complete w/ only tiny scratches or imperfections; generally in areas of high friction such as feeding mechanism or moving parts. Wood very good to near excellent w/ possible factory repaired chip adjacent to sling swivel on right of buttstock. Very good bore w/ strong rifling. PROVENANCE: The Mark Genovese collection. (19-3314/JZ). MODERN. $2,750-3,500.

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VECTOR ARMS RPD-SA SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1110 (Sale Order: 112 of 693)      

Cal. 7.62x39. S# 00663. Bbl. 20.5" threaded w/ serrated proector. Approved by ATF in late 2003 Vector Arms started mfg. this closed bolt civilian version of the iconic RP...moreD (Ruchnoi Pulemet Degtyarev). Once bearing the distinction of the lightest squad auto in existence, this variant weighs in at only 17 lbs unloaded. Its cal., the same round chambered in the well known AK47 & SKS, have made this version extremely popular among recreational shooters since its introduction. Fed from 50 rd. non disintegrating metallic belts that feed from an appropriate sized drum that are both readily available on the surplus market. The top cover & even the belts loosely resemble similar period German firearms, though there is nothing interchangeable & are completely different designs. Gas operated firing mechanism w/ a complicated but reliable push through feeding system. Matte blued metal finish. Partially hooded protected post front sight. Tangent rear sight elevation adj. from 100 to 1000 meters; also windage adj. Sight radius 23". Dated 1953 on top cover. Folding front bipod. Hardwood furniture. MAGS: 1-100 rd. drum w/ 1 50 rd. belt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: owner's manual. RPD return spring. Semi auto recoil buffer. RPD semi firing pin. Striker spring. Complete bolt. Bolt w/out extractor. Handle (damaged). Top cover. Top cover latch. Top cover spring. Cocking handle. CONDITION: bluing coverage is complete w/ only tiny scratches or imperfections; generally in areas of high friction such as feeding mechanism or moving parts. Right side of receiver has vertical scratch above trigger. Right side of gas tube & bbl. show vertical scratch above feet of bipod. Front sight painted white. Thinning finish on bipod. Wood very good w/ a few dent & impressions typical of military issue / condition. Very good bore w/ strong rifling. PROVENANCE: The Mark Genovese collection. (19-3315/JZ). MODERN. $2,750-3,500.

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COLLECTION OF 7.62X39 AK47 STYLE DRUM MAGAZINES.

Lot # 1111 (Sale Order: 113 of 693)      

Several variants of popular 75 rnd. AK47 drums. 1) 2 Hinged back Polytech drums, marked "9396" in oval w/ arrow & slotted key. Blued finish. CONDITION: typical scratches ...moreusually caused during storage w/ no major finish removal apparent. No obvious dents or dings that would hinder function. Springs feel normal & drum Mechanism rotates freely by hand. 2) 3 Hinged back unmarked drums which are indicative of Polytech mfg based on the known features. Spring loaded "Mickey Mouse key". 4 Spot welds on both surfaces of lower hinge. Blued finish. Light scratching & thinning in areas typically associated w/ storage & contact w/ snap straps. No apparent dents that would hinder normal function. Drum springs feel normal & drum mechanism rotates freely by hand. 3) 5 Top loading 75 rnd. drums. Most likely Bulgarian or Russian mfg. Painted dark black finish. No apparent dents that should hinder operation. As these are loaded through the top. The only spring test we can utilize to gage their internal mechanism is releasing tension w/ the loading arm where they all appear to be strong and function normally. 4) 2 Custom built wooden storage/shipping crates. Measuring approx. 16.75x9x9.25". Painted OD green & stenciled "74 DRUMS". Each box holds 5 drums. Each box has a metal name plate marked "Mark Genovese". PROVENANCE: The Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12598 & 02-12604/JZ). NON-GUN. $1,200-1,600.

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RPD & AK STOCKS & PARTS.

Lot # 1112 (Sale Order: 114 of 693)      

A selection of RPD furniture including 3 forends, 1 wood pistol grip & 1 wooden buttstock. Vector semi parts include: operating rod & carrier, recoil & buffer springs, fe...moreed tray & ejection port cover. TimberSmith wooden AK47 set. In the late 1990's, the BATF determined that imported non-sporting guns could be returned to their original configuration as long as the number of US made parts was high enough. Originally they were mfg. as the USAK 97 & the stock retains that nomenclature on the buttstock towards the receiver. Includes stock, pistol grip & forend. Also an extra laminated pistol grip & forend appears made by Maadi. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12744/JZ). $300-500.

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PKM BELT LOADING MACHINE & MAGAZINES.

Lot # 1113 (Sale Order: 115 of 693)      

PK/PKM belt loading machine stores inside a thin metal box that doubles as a mounting base while in use. The box has 1 opening end that is secured by a rotating latch. Th...moree top of the box incorporates a rail system that the loading machine slides into to give it enough height to be able to be cranked w/ out necessitating a table or surface edge to clear the crank mechanism. Data plate affixed on inside of door. Complete w/ belt loading machine, bolt & wing nut to secure to base / storage box. 2 - 100 Rd. PKM mags. measure approx. 10.25" in length, 5.75" in height, 3.25" in width. Single hinged top door locked in place w/ a single rotating latch. Mechanism to attach to firearm on top cover. Leather carry strap. Both cans painted light green & display scratches & even mild graffiti but no significant dents that should hinder operation. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12692 & 02-12693/JZ). NON-GUN. $400-700.

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LAKESIDE MACHINE RAZORBACK BELT FEED UPPER MOUNTED

Lot # 1114 (Sale Order: 116 of 693)      

ON ROCK RIVER ARMS LAR-15. Cal. 22 LR. S# CM80681. The Lakeside Machine Razorback is an infinite capacity belt feed rimfire upper receiver for any standard AR15 style low...moreer receiver. Originally introduced as the LM7 in 2006 when the parent company was located in Pound, WI., the Razorback is the latest offering. The firing mechanism was designed after the popular Browning M1919 system & functions both w/ cloth belts or plastic disintegrating links. Later variants of the plastic links were impregnated w/metallic particles in order to facilitate the use of a magnet during the collection process. W/ little to no recoil combined w/ the low comparative price of 22 LR ammunition the Razorback is as economical to shoot as it is enjoyable. Folding front & rear sights. A permanently attached XM177 style flash hider on a 10" bbl. 6 Position collapsible Magpul CTR stock. An early GPS Grip Pod vertical foregrip. Free floating hand guard w/ 7" rail sections at 12, 3, 6 & 9 o'clock positions. Lower receiver is engraved "MAUKA AMMO" on right side of Magwell. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 1-50 rd. belt loading block, 4-250 rd. belts, approx. 300 disintegrating links, 5 spare firing pins, 1 complete feed cover assembly & numerous spare internal sm. parts. Razorback operator's manual. CONDITION: clean bore w/ well pronounced rifling. Finish shows signs of use w/ the majority of wear in high friction areas. Firing mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (19-3312/JZ). MODERN. $2,000-3,000.

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RAZORBACK 22 LR FEEDING DEVICES.

Lot # 1115 (Sale Order: 117 of 693)      

This lot consist of several feed boxes for the Razorback / LM7 family of 22 LR. infinite capacity firearms. 14 Of the early original plastic feed boxes that measure appro...morex. 7" tall & 4.5" wide w/ tapered sides. Depending on the position of the box, mounted on the left side or the right side of the action, it would serve as a feeding box for linked or belted ammo and when it is mounted on the right side it would act as a link or belt reservoir. Boxes were attached by use of an adapter that was mounted inside the standard 5.56mm mag well. This lot also includes mag-well adapter. Also included are 12 of the later feed boxes measuring approx. 5.5" in length & 5" in width, constructed of metal. These mounted to the adapter just like the originals & had a hinged top cover to make long term storage more secure. 10 Of the metal canisters reside in a custom wood shipping / storage crate stenciled " 2000 .22 LR BELTED", signifying suitable storage for 10- 200 rd. loaded magazines. There are 2 belts of dummy rds. for display purposes consisting of 32 rds. in links & a short 50 rd. belt w/ a tab riveted on each end containing 44 dummy rds. Also included are 10 - 200 rd. cloth belts. Also included a 16" factory Razorback bbl. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. Threaded 1/2x28 w/ knock off AR15 A2 style flash hider. CONDITION: 10 of the metal boxes are either new or lightly used. 2 Metal boxes have incomplete locking mechanisms. The adapter is like new w/ a locking hinged floor plate & interfaces w/ both styles of boxes included in this lot. Of the early plastic boxes 7 of them appear to be in good condition mechanically & aesthetically. The remaining 7 boxes may have broken hinges, mounting blocks or a combination of both. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12699/JZ) NON-GUN. $800-1,200.

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FIRST RUN SHRIKE 5.56 ON STAG 15 LOWER.

Lot # 1116 (Sale Order: 118 of 693)      

Cal. 5.56mm S# 80276. Bbl. 16". Extremely early Ares Defense Shrike 5.56 dual feed upper receiver. (S# A00635). Quick change bbl. Very early rnd. handguard w/ circular co...moreoling vents. After the industry buzz created by the desert test crew in December 2002 w/ the subsequent article in March 2003 issue of Small Arms Review, this piece was ordered & one of the first delivered when most thought of it as unobtanium. This feed system utilizes a top cover w/ a 2 step shuttle feed mechanism similar to the MG42 & M60. While it excels at digesting belted ammo on M27 links, it's just as efficient at feeding from a box mag. or drum w/ no alterations. Protected post front sight. 6" Railed section on the top cover is host to an A2 style adj. rear sight. A2 style flash hider. GG&G QD telescoping bipod. Shrike 5.56 belted ammo box / bag adapter. 6 Position collapsible stock w/ Tapco rubber recoil pad. Magpul MIAD pistol grip designed to hold spare bolt & firing pin. Lower receiver right side of mag well marked "MAUKA AMMO". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 spare feed trays. Spare op rod spring. Spare charging handle. Spare op rod. Belt box mag. adapter. Shrike operator's manual & marketing information. CONDITION: finish on lower receiver is dark black anodizing matching dark finish of Shrike upper well. Exterior surfaces retain their original finish w/ only light thinning around areas of friction related to the operation system. Shrike internals show fair amount of use. Bbl. finish thinning in area of op rod. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. PROVENANCE: The Mark Genovese collection. (19-3320/JZ). MODERN. $2,500-3,500.

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SHRIKE 556 QUICK CHANGE BARREL.

Lot # 1117 (Sale Order: 119 of 693)      

16" Cal. 5.56 NATO bbl. for the Shrike 556 Weapon System. Rifled 1:9 twist. Heavy bbl. w/ carry handle & front sight. A2 style flash hider. Full coverage parkerized finis...moreh. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling appears new. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (02-12568/JZ). $300-500.

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RPB INDUSTRIES OPEN BOLT M10 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Lot # 1118 (Sale Order: 120 of 693)      

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 82-0001152. Bbl. 5.75". The RPB industries M10, often mistakenly referred to as the Mac 10 (evidently sounds cooler to the Hollywood crowd), was origin...moreally offered in semi auto as an open bolt system just like its predecessor the M10 SMG. The BATF determined that the open bolt semi autos met the criteria of a machine gun under the "readily restorable" clause & banned mfg., grandfathering those that were assembled on or before June 21, 1982 under ATF ruling 82-8. Like everything else, the Federal Government tells citizens they can not have, interest in the early originals immediately skyrocketed & they have been considered highly prized collectibles for almost 40 years now. This particular example is in beautiful condition & includes a few extras that only increase the rarity & collectability. At first glance this appears to be an early SMG or an even rarer SBR, when in reality it is simply a pre 82 open bolt pistol w/ a non functional stock added for aesthetics. Bbl. threaded w/ traditional 3/4x10 threads which host the non functional suppressor / bbl. extension to further enhance this package. Factory fixed front & rear sights. Rotating cocking knob locks the action closed as an additional safety. Factory safety located front right side of trigger. Original front hanger strap. MAGS: 1 Cobray 30 rd. steel mag. blocked to 10 rds., which can be easily converted back to full capacity. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original Ingram operator's manual. Original Ingram / Cobray box. CONDITION: shiny bore w/ good rifling. Exterior finish overall very good to near excellent w/ only the slightest hint of use evident. Stampings & logos highlighted in white. Appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (19-719, 02-12621/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

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ICONIC FIE SPAS 12 SHOTGUN.

Lot # 1119 (Sale Order: 121 of 693)      

Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". S# AA10015. Bbl. 21 1/2". The Spas 12 had its breakout moment as soon as it was used in the movie "Terminator". The unique folding stock design incor...moreporates a "J" hook which in theory is to accommodate 1 handed shooting. The action is selectable between semi auto & pump action. The action can be opened w/out loading a rd. from the on board tubular mag. allowing a specialty rd. to be dropped in w/out having to cycle through the entire mag. For the design purpose of the dual action is to allow the cycling of low pressure rds. such as less lethal, by utilizing the pump since they have inadequate pressure to cycle in semi auto. Blade front sight. Fixed peep rear sight. Threaded muzzle. Ventilated handguard covers top & sides. Synthetic furniture. Factory dark black finish on receiver w/ matte parkerized finish on other exposed metal parts. CONDITION: folding stock locks firm in both open & closed position. "J" hook locks up tight in all 3 available positions & is easily removable by selecting the 4th. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. Shiny bore. (19-2650/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,200.

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STERLING ARMALITE AR-180 RIFLE.

Lot # 1120 (Sale Order: 122 of 693)      

Cal. 5.56mm. S# 25475. Bbl. length 18". Original ArmaLite AR-18 was designed in 1963 in CA. as a potential alternative for the U.S. military. When it started to look as t...morehough it would not be adopted as a standard service rifle, production was licensed to Howa Machinery Co. in Japan where they began production in 1967. Because military sales to U.S. were effected by American-Japanese treaty agreements that forbid Japan in selling to arms to "belligerent nations", it was determined rifles could not be sold to the U.S. due to our involvement in Vietnam. In 1974 ArmaLite & Sterling Ltd. in England signed a production agreement to manufacture both the AR-18 & the AR-180 (the semi automatic commercial version) & started manufacturing rifles in 1975. This particular example was mfg. for ArmaLite Inc. in Costa Mesa, CA. by Sterling in England under ArmaLite patents. It is a gas operated piston driven semi auto rifle w/ a left side folding stock. Front sight is an elevation adjustable protected post. Rear sight is a windage adjustable dual aperture peep sight. The correct ArmaLite 2.75 X 20mm optical sight is mounted on the correct & unique base. The rifle is charged by a reciprocating handle on the right side of the rifle. Ambidextrous safety selector controls, black plastic furniture it has the proper muzzle brake & the bayonet lug attached w/ black canvas sling. MAGS: 1 factory 20 rd. ArmaLite AR-18. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original operator & maintenance manual. Several spare parts including: parts of the fire control group, return springs & gas system. CONDITION: bluing is complete on all exposed metal surfaces w/ minor scratches in areas of moving parts such as safety selector. Receivers display evidence of a light patina w/out degradation of the finish. Stock locks tightly in open & closed positions. Bbl. is clean w/ well defined rifling. All aspects of operating system appear to function correctly when cycled by hand. Front sight post appears to have been painted white. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (19-3471/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,600.

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STERLING AR 180 RIFLE.

Lot # 1121 (Sale Order: 123 of 693)      

Cal. 5.56mm. S# S18195. Bbl. length 18". Original ArmaLite AR-18 was designed in 1963 in CA. as a potential alternative for the U.S. military. When it started to look as ...morethough it would not be adopted as a standard service rifle, production was licensed to Howa Machinery Co. in Japan where they began production in 1967. Because military sales to U.S. were effected by American-Japanese treaty agreements that forbid Japan in selling to arms to "belligerent nations", it was determined rifles could not be sold to the U.S. due to our involvement in Vietnam. In 1974 ArmaLite & Sterling Ltd. in England signed a production agreement to manufacture both the AR-18 & the AR-180 (the semi automatic commercial version) & started manufacturing rifles in 1975. This particular example was mfg. for ArmaLite Inc. in Costa Mesa, CA. by Sterling in England under ArmaLite patents. It is a gas operated piston driven semi auto rifle w/ a left side folding stock. Front sight is an elevation adj. protected post. Rear sight is a windage adj. dual aperture peep sight. Simmons 6.5-20x44mm wide angle scope is mounted on the unique Armalite base w/ a single ring. The rifle is charged by a reciprocating handle on the right side of the rifle. Ambidextrous safety selector controls. Black plastic furniture, it has the proper muzzle brake & the bayonet lug attached w/ black canvas sling. MAGS: 1 factory 20 rd. ArmaLite AR-18. CONDITION: bluing is complete on all exposed metal surfaces w/ minor scratches in areas of moving parts such as safety selector. Stock locks tightly in open & closed positions. Bbl. is frosted w/ worn rifling & displays light pitting towards muzzle. All aspects of operating system appear to function correctly when cycled by hand w/ the exception of the bolt hold open device which no longer functions to full capacity. (19-4805/JZ). MODERN. $900-1,400.

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FN PARA EARLY PRE BAN SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1122 (Sale Order: 124 of 693)      

Cal. 7.62mm. S# 00096. Bbl. 18". Fusil Automatico Livano (FAL) Para Model imported by Armscorp. The FAL LSR (light semi automatic rifle) is the Argentine Precision Model ...moreof the earlier Belgium FAL. These rifles utilized forged receivers, chrome lined bbls. & are a metric pattern gun. Adj., gas operated. Heavy black finish. 2 Digit S# in original box w/ original paperwork. Consignor states firearm was originally owned by the President of Armscorp. Front sight is an adj. protected post. Rear sight is folding peep sight w/ 2 apertures. Right side folding stock. Original furniture & bipod. Right side receiver markings "F.M.A.P. "DM" ROSARIO / MADE IN ARGENTINA" & "ARMSCORP, SILVER SPRING, MD." Left side receiver markings "L.S.R. (F.A.L.) cal. 7.2mm (.308 W) / 0009". Selector markings are "S" (safe) & "R" (repetition). MAGS: 1 - 20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box w/ foam liner. Box appears to have been cut to gain additional length, possibly for shipping. Original owners manual including manufacturing certificate & serial numbered test target illustrating final mfg. July 22, 1988. Spare parts include: mag. loader, hammer springs, 2 return springs, bolt carrier, bolt w/ extractor, firing pin, mainspring, hammer, trigger, takedown lever, selector switch. cocking handle, 2 cocking handle knobs, gas regulators & 2 covers. CONDITION: original black finish covers all exposed parts entirely w/ very few spots of thinning other than areas of high friction under use such as rearward of the ejection port & a few sm. blemishes on top of receiver. Carry handle is extremely tight, indicative of very little use. Stock locks open tightly w/ very little movement in comparison other examples we have handled. Bipod locks up tightly in both open & closed positions. The action is very smooth & appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. Web sling on factory sling swivels. Bright shiny bore w/ well pronounced rifling. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (19-3296 & 02-12763/JZ). MODERN. $1,800-2,200.

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PTR 91 INC. SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Lot # 1123 (Sale Order: 125 of 693)      

Cal. 7.62x39. S# DW0559. Bbl. 16". Often marketed as the PTR 32KF. These guns are built on original HK tooling. Roller locked delayed blowback action. Forend utilizes thr...moreee 6" picatinny rail sections w/ covers at 3, 6 & 9 o'clock. Meat tenderizer style collapsible stock. 1200 Meter adj. rear sight. Hooded post front sight. MAGS: 1-30 rd. AK mag. CONDITION: a few light handling marks on pistol grip, all other aspects near excellent. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. PROVENANCE: Mark Genovese Collection. (19-3299/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,600.

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