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! Antique, Modern, Military & Sporting firearms! Edged weapons, shooting accessories, accoutrements & ammo. From Revolutionary weapons & firearms to modern Class III machine guns!
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SPRINGFIELD "AFPG" U.S. AIR FORCE PREMIUM GRADE

Lot # 1000 (Sale Order: 1 of 657)      

M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO MATCH RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# 2268536. Bbl. 24". Rear sight has hooded aperture marked "NM". Rear sight w/ correct conversion to 1/2 minute to windage adjustment. Blade front sight marked on right side "NM 062". These scarce & interesting M1 Garand rifles were modified by US Air Force armorers at the USAF competitive weapons shop at Lackland Air Force base San Antonio, Texas. Serial numbers range between 1,793,846 & 6,798,590. These rifles are found chambered in both 30-06 & 7.62mm NATO. According to "The M1 Garand Rifle" by Bruce Canfield, the 30-06 rifles were reported to have been converted in 1967 or 1968 & the 7.62mm rifles were converted in 1972. The bbl. is marked on the right side "7.62 & 1 SA 5 44". Bbl. marked on left side between front sight & front handguard "AFPG". Bbl. has been highly polished at rear. Bolt is marked "SA" & additionally Electro Pencil "7.62MM". The forward end of bolt is highly polished. Chamber has bushing to convert to shorter NATO cartridge. Mag. does not have block for the shorter cartridge. Rear sight ear polished bright around windage knob. Gas cyl. lock marked on right side "M". Single slot gas cyl. lock screw. Stamped trigger guard. Trigger housing, safety & hammer marked "SA". Operating rod marked "SA". Walnut buttstock & rear handguard. Front handguard is hardwood replacement. Buttstock is marked w/ faint boxed eagle "Defense acceptance stamp" on left side below receiver. Encircled "P" proof at bottom of pistol grip. Buttstock marked on forward end of right side bbl. channel "7 67" & marked w/ S# 8536 to match rifle on left side. Marked in pencil at bottom of bbl. channel "6950" & stamped w/ "2". Stock set has added gloss finish. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & scattered handling marks throughout w/ areas of sm. flakes of missing finish notable on rear handguard. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Gas cyl. retains most of its original finish but area of bayonet lug has missing finish w/ sm. dents ahead of lug. Bayonet lug is also peened slightly at front edge. Gas cyl. lock has gray coloration. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3560/RW). CURIO. $3,000-5,000.
M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO MATCH RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# 2268536. Bbl. 24". Rear sight has hooded aperture marked "NM". Rear sight w/ correct conversion to 1/2 minute to winda...morege adjustment. Blade front sight marked on right side "NM 062". These scarce & interesting M1 Garand rifles were modified by US Air Force armorers at the USAF competitive weapons shop at Lackland Air Force base San Antonio, Texas. Serial numbers range between 1,793,846 & 6,798,590. These rifles are found chambered in both 30-06 & 7.62mm NATO. According to "The M1 Garand Rifle" by Bruce Canfield, the 30-06 rifles were reported to have been converted in 1967 or 1968 & the 7.62mm rifles were converted in 1972. The bbl. is marked on the right side "7.62 & 1 SA 5 44". Bbl. marked on left side between front sight & front handguard "AFPG". Bbl. has been highly polished at rear. Bolt is marked "SA" & additionally Electro Pencil "7.62MM". The forward end of bolt is highly polished. Chamber has bushing to convert to shorter NATO cartridge. Mag. does not have block for the shorter cartridge. Rear sight ear polished bright around windage knob. Gas cyl. lock marked on right side "M". Single slot gas cyl. lock screw. Stamped trigger guard. Trigger housing, safety & hammer marked "SA". Operating rod marked "SA". Walnut buttstock & rear handguard. Front handguard is hardwood replacement. Buttstock is marked w/ faint boxed eagle "Defense acceptance stamp" on left side below receiver. Encircled "P" proof at bottom of pistol grip. Buttstock marked on forward end of right side bbl. channel "7 67" & marked w/ S# 8536 to match rifle on left side. Marked in pencil at bottom of bbl. channel "6950" & stamped w/ "2". Stock set has added gloss finish. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & scattered handling marks throughout w/ areas of sm. flakes of missing finish notable on rear handguard. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Gas cyl. retains most of its original finish but area of bayonet lug has missing finish w/ sm. dents ahead of lug. Bayonet lug is also peened slightly at front edge. Gas cyl. lock has gray coloration. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3560/RW). CURIO. $3,000-5,000.

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FULLY TRANSFERABLE COLT M16 WITH DISSIPATOR UPPER

Lot # 1001 (Sale Order: 2 of 657)      

RECEIVER. Cal. 223. S# 9048932. Bbl. 16". A Colt’s Firearms Division M16 w/ an aftermarket Dissipator upper receiver. Heavy profile bbl. terminated w/ an A2 style muzzle brake. Protected post front sight w/ bayonet lug & sling swivel. Rifle length A2 handguards w/ tapered delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ E2 adj. sights, brass deflector & round forward assist. 10” full length buttstock w/ trapdoor. Lower receiver has correct dark gray finish while upper receiver is dark matte black. GFH Mod. 3 charging handle. MAGS: 1-30 rd. metal mag. CONDITION: normal wear on the gentle side for a typical range gun. Decent bore w/ light rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1516/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $20,000-25,000.
RECEIVER. Cal. 223. S# 9048932. Bbl. 16". A Colt’s Firearms Division M16 w/ an aftermarket Dissipator upper receiver. Heavy profile bbl. terminated w/ an A2 style muzzle ...morebrake. Protected post front sight w/ bayonet lug & sling swivel. Rifle length A2 handguards w/ tapered delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ E2 adj. sights, brass deflector & round forward assist. 10” full length buttstock w/ trapdoor. Lower receiver has correct dark gray finish while upper receiver is dark matte black. GFH Mod. 3 charging handle. MAGS: 1-30 rd. metal mag. CONDITION: normal wear on the gentle side for a typical range gun. Decent bore w/ light rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1516/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $20,000-25,000.

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VERY EARLY FULLY TRANSFERABLE BERETTA BM59 SELECT

Lot # 1002 (Sale Order: 3 of 657)      

FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000103. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY’. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000103”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box; assorted manuals & pamphlets as provided by Springfield including the dated original headspace card. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Muzzle brake has an area at approx. 1 o’clock where the finish has thinned such as would be expected in long term vertical storage. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1524/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.
FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000103. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging...more the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY’. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000103”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box; assorted manuals & pamphlets as provided by Springfield including the dated original headspace card. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Muzzle brake has an area at approx. 1 o’clock where the finish has thinned such as would be expected in long term vertical storage. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1524/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.

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EXTREMELY EARLY FULLY TRANSFERABLE BERETTA BM59

Lot # 1003 (Sale Order: 4 of 657)      

SELECT FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000089. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY”. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000089”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box numbered to gun. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1523/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.
SELECT FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000089. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. B...moreridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY”. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000089”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box numbered to gun. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1523/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.

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HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER TRANSFERABLE HEAVY SAR-48 MG.

Lot # 1004 (Sale Order: 5 of 657)      

Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SA4782. Bbl. 25" over brake. Springfield Armory heavy SAR-48 rifle w/ numerous Israeli parts. Heavy wood forend & wooden buttstock w/ shoulder rest & heavy 12” bipod behind 3” flash hider. Protected post front sight, rear graduating peep sight adj. 300-700 meters. Left side non-reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle on trunnion above chamber. Adj. gas system. Left side receiver markings: “SAR-48 / 7.62mm SA-4782”. Right side receiver markings: “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA” & on mag. well right side: Springfield Armory logo, “1005-SA-48-MATCH”. Right side trigger group marked: “3764”. Left side trigger group marked w/ traditional Hebrew fire control characters. Exposed metal surfaces are finished w/ correct dark gray parkerizing. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a spare bbl. assembly including flash hider, bipod, forend, heatshield, & partial front sight assembly. A factory Springfield Armory box. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces retain the vast majority of their factory finish. Some gentle areas of light thinning are more associated w/ storage than use. Both heavy wooden forends appear free of any major blemishing. Shoulder stock illustrates a few light scratches & impressions. While the exterior finish looks nice & the fire control mechanism is smooth & appears to function correctly when cycled by hand, the bore has succumbed to corrosion that may not be easily removable. Fortunately, the spare bbl. assembly possess a shiny bore w/ strong rifling. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1519/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $10,000-14,000.
Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SA4782. Bbl. 25" over brake. Springfield Armory heavy SAR-48 rifle w/ numerous Israeli parts. Heavy wood forend & wooden buttstock w/ shoulder rest & h...moreeavy 12” bipod behind 3” flash hider. Protected post front sight, rear graduating peep sight adj. 300-700 meters. Left side non-reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle on trunnion above chamber. Adj. gas system. Left side receiver markings: “SAR-48 / 7.62mm SA-4782”. Right side receiver markings: “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA” & on mag. well right side: Springfield Armory logo, “1005-SA-48-MATCH”. Right side trigger group marked: “3764”. Left side trigger group marked w/ traditional Hebrew fire control characters. Exposed metal surfaces are finished w/ correct dark gray parkerizing. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a spare bbl. assembly including flash hider, bipod, forend, heatshield, & partial front sight assembly. A factory Springfield Armory box. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces retain the vast majority of their factory finish. Some gentle areas of light thinning are more associated w/ storage than use. Both heavy wooden forends appear free of any major blemishing. Shoulder stock illustrates a few light scratches & impressions. While the exterior finish looks nice & the fire control mechanism is smooth & appears to function correctly when cycled by hand, the bore has succumbed to corrosion that may not be easily removable. Fortunately, the spare bbl. assembly possess a shiny bore w/ strong rifling. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1519/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $10,000-14,000.

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FULLY TRANSFERABLE SELECT FIRE SPRINGFIELD SAR-48

Lot # 1008 (Sale Order: 6 of 657)      

MG PARATROOPER. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SF1006. Bbl. 21 1/2" over threaded muzzle & brake. A Springfield Armory contender in the wildly popular FN/FAL market included this desirable paratrooper configuration. Protected post front sight w/ a dual aperture folding peep rear sight. Plastic slimline forend & pistol grip. Adj. gas system w/ 3 position select fire trigger group. 11” Folding bipod. Metric receiver. Left hand non reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle forward of ejection port. Left side controls. Right side folding buttstock. Sling swivels front & rear. Correct dark black factory finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Left side receiver markings “S.A.R. - 48 / 7.62 MM SF-1006”. Right side receiver markings “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA”. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: cardboard & styrofoam shipping box. CONDITION: finish on receiver illustrates typical ejection marks that are earned almost immediately. Bipod locks tightly in open & close position. Stock locks tightly in an open position & does properly retain while folded. Overall, this gun is very tight & doesn’t appear to have seen any excessive use. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1520/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $8,000-12,000.
MG PARATROOPER. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SF1006. Bbl. 21 1/2" over threaded muzzle & brake. A Springfield Armory contender in the wildly popular FN/FAL market included this des...moreirable paratrooper configuration. Protected post front sight w/ a dual aperture folding peep rear sight. Plastic slimline forend & pistol grip. Adj. gas system w/ 3 position select fire trigger group. 11” Folding bipod. Metric receiver. Left hand non reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle forward of ejection port. Left side controls. Right side folding buttstock. Sling swivels front & rear. Correct dark black factory finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Left side receiver markings “S.A.R. - 48 / 7.62 MM SF-1006”. Right side receiver markings “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA”. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: cardboard & styrofoam shipping box. CONDITION: finish on receiver illustrates typical ejection marks that are earned almost immediately. Bipod locks tightly in open & close position. Stock locks tightly in an open position & does properly retain while folded. Overall, this gun is very tight & doesn’t appear to have seen any excessive use. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1520/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $8,000-12,000.

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REGISTERED 12 GAUGE STREET SWEEPER SHOTGUN.

Lot # 1012 (Sale Order: 7 of 657)      

Cal. 12 Ga. S# 93-00192. Bbl. 18". An S/S Cobray design based on the original South African Striker shotgun, which was originally fielded as a riot control tool in the early 1980’s. It utilizes an easily recognizable 12 rd. drum, which functions more like a revolver than a modern self-loading firearm. These guns were extremely popular in niche areas, but became a victim of its own marketing, combined w/ a political zeal to over regulate any firearm that looked “scary”. Early in his Presidency, Bill Clinton appointed Lloyd Benson as secretary of the treasury, who was previously well-known for his anti-gun stance. Unable to push anything meaningful through congress w/ the help of Sarah Brady’s propaganda machine, Congress was bypassed & gun control was achieved through agency regulation changes. One of the first & more prominent changes went after the bore dia. measurement of 1/2" which designates a firearm legally as a destructive device unless it is designated to have a “sporting purpose”. BATF under Benson’s leadership determined that the Street Sweeper, the Stryker 12, the USAS 12 & SPAS 15 no longer met that criteria & were immediately redesignated as DDs. Destructive Devices are registered as part of the NFRTR just like machine guns & owners of these newly designated firearms were given a brief period of time to add them to the registry which was accommodated w/ out the normal $200.00 mfg. fee. Many people refused to register theirs, so those that exist available for lawful commerce today are far less than originally mfg. & imported such as this example. While the bbl. enjoys a dark black bluing, most other exposed metal surfaces are parkerized. Top folding metal stock w/ rubber coated buttplate locks into positions both open & closed. A proprietary sight mounting surface is located on top of receiver, which functions as a crude sighting slot, above the 12-rd. spring assisted drum. The fire control mechanism is unique in that it incorporates a cyl. like a traditional revolver & a dbl. action trigger which allows indexing of the cyl. w/ out actuating the trigger which is useful both in loading & unloading. The cyl. employs a loading/unloading gate at the 1 o’clock position in which a spring-loaded ejection rod is utilized to empty shells. The cross-slide safety is located behind the trigger. Bbl. shroud extends 11" in front of the receiver & incorporates a vertical pistol grip. Left side of receiver behind drum emblemized w/ lightning bolt “S/S” shielded logo & familiar Cobray snake logo on top left & right sides of pistol grip. Front receiver section in front of drum factory stamped “FMJ DUCKTOWN TN / SH / 93 00192” w/ added electric pencil engraving “SS12GA”. MAGS: 12-rd. internal drum mag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory owner's manual. CONDITION: aside from some scratches in the finish on the drum which is common during vertical storage due to the extreme width, all other aspects indicate very little usage if any at all. Bore is still mirror shiny & winding spring in drum mechanism is very strong. Trigger application to index drum is fast & positive, shoulder stock locks tightly in both open & closed positions. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1511/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $500-700.
Cal. 12 Ga. S# 93-00192. Bbl. 18". An S/S Cobray design based on the original South African Striker shotgun, which was originally fielded as a riot control tool in the ea...morerly 1980’s. It utilizes an easily recognizable 12 rd. drum, which functions more like a revolver than a modern self-loading firearm. These guns were extremely popular in niche areas, but became a victim of its own marketing, combined w/ a political zeal to over regulate any firearm that looked “scary”. Early in his Presidency, Bill Clinton appointed Lloyd Benson as secretary of the treasury, who was previously well-known for his anti-gun stance. Unable to push anything meaningful through congress w/ the help of Sarah Brady’s propaganda machine, Congress was bypassed & gun control was achieved through agency regulation changes. One of the first & more prominent changes went after the bore dia. measurement of 1/2" which designates a firearm legally as a destructive device unless it is designated to have a “sporting purpose”. BATF under Benson’s leadership determined that the Street Sweeper, the Stryker 12, the USAS 12 & SPAS 15 no longer met that criteria & were immediately redesignated as DDs. Destructive Devices are registered as part of the NFRTR just like machine guns & owners of these newly designated firearms were given a brief period of time to add them to the registry which was accommodated w/ out the normal $200.00 mfg. fee. Many people refused to register theirs, so those that exist available for lawful commerce today are far less than originally mfg. & imported such as this example. While the bbl. enjoys a dark black bluing, most other exposed metal surfaces are parkerized. Top folding metal stock w/ rubber coated buttplate locks into positions both open & closed. A proprietary sight mounting surface is located on top of receiver, which functions as a crude sighting slot, above the 12-rd. spring assisted drum. The fire control mechanism is unique in that it incorporates a cyl. like a traditional revolver & a dbl. action trigger which allows indexing of the cyl. w/ out actuating the trigger which is useful both in loading & unloading. The cyl. employs a loading/unloading gate at the 1 o’clock position in which a spring-loaded ejection rod is utilized to empty shells. The cross-slide safety is located behind the trigger. Bbl. shroud extends 11" in front of the receiver & incorporates a vertical pistol grip. Left side of receiver behind drum emblemized w/ lightning bolt “S/S” shielded logo & familiar Cobray snake logo on top left & right sides of pistol grip. Front receiver section in front of drum factory stamped “FMJ DUCKTOWN TN / SH / 93 00192” w/ added electric pencil engraving “SS12GA”. MAGS: 12-rd. internal drum mag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory owner's manual. CONDITION: aside from some scratches in the finish on the drum which is common during vertical storage due to the extreme width, all other aspects indicate very little usage if any at all. Bore is still mirror shiny & winding spring in drum mechanism is very strong. Trigger application to index drum is fast & positive, shoulder stock locks tightly in both open & closed positions. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1511/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $500-700.

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J. STEVENS ARMS CO. HANDY GUN AOW IN 410 & 22 LR.

Lot # 1013 (Sale Order: 8 of 657)      

Cal. 410. S# 4929. Bbl. 12 1/2". An interesting example of the very popular J. Stevens Handy Gun. Chambered in 410, marked on the top left side of oct. receiver “410 GAUGE ONLY” & Bering S# “4929” on left side of chamber oct & matching on the receiver inside the left pistol grip. Chamber markings on right side of oct. “J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS U.S.A.”. Bbl., trigger guard, receiver & weighted buttcap all a matching hot blue finish. Brass bead front sight at 6 o’clock on muzzle. Hardwood grip panels, left & right. Extra chambered bbl. of unknown origin, unfinished w/ soldered bead & blade front sight w/ machined rear sight. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: spare 7 1/5" bbl., 22 LR bbl. mechanism, unfinished. Brown sewn leather holster w/ an overall length of 16" that uses a flap style retention & belt loop. Holster fitted for handy gun, bearing the name of the original registrant from 1968. CONDITION: original blued finish on exposed metal surfaces largely remains present w/ non directional thinning, primarily focused on sides. Bore is shiny & action appears to lock crisp & tight. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT AOW REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1513/JZ). CURIO CLASS III. $600-1,600.
Cal. 410. S# 4929. Bbl. 12 1/2". An interesting example of the very popular J. Stevens Handy Gun. Chambered in 410, marked on the top left side of oct. receiver “410 GAUG...moreE ONLY” & Bering S# “4929” on left side of chamber oct & matching on the receiver inside the left pistol grip. Chamber markings on right side of oct. “J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS U.S.A.”. Bbl., trigger guard, receiver & weighted buttcap all a matching hot blue finish. Brass bead front sight at 6 o’clock on muzzle. Hardwood grip panels, left & right. Extra chambered bbl. of unknown origin, unfinished w/ soldered bead & blade front sight w/ machined rear sight. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: spare 7 1/5" bbl., 22 LR bbl. mechanism, unfinished. Brown sewn leather holster w/ an overall length of 16" that uses a flap style retention & belt loop. Holster fitted for handy gun, bearing the name of the original registrant from 1968. CONDITION: original blued finish on exposed metal surfaces largely remains present w/ non directional thinning, primarily focused on sides. Bore is shiny & action appears to lock crisp & tight. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT AOW REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1513/JZ). CURIO CLASS III. $600-1,600.

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SMITH & WESSON CHIEFS SPECIAL "BABY AIRCREWMAN"

Lot # 1016 (Sale Order: 9 of 657)      

AIRWEIGHT DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# A.F.No.1798. Designed as a lightweight survival revolver for bomber crews. 605 Were shipped to the Air Force in 1953, S#'s A.F.No.1795 - A.F.No.2399. Cyls. were known to burst w/ commercial ammunition. These rare revolvers were ordered destroyed in the late '50's & very few examples in original condition remain. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Aluminum alloy frame marked "Property of U.S. Air Force" along backstrap. J frame 4 screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. Left side of frame above front of trigger guard has "P" proof mark. .240 Case colored hammer & grooved trigger. 5 Shot cyl. Back of cyl. & bottom of bbl. have matching S# "1798". Inside of frame & crane have assembly No. "2250". Rear of extractor and rear edge of yoke (not visible when assembled) have matching number of "27975". Two piece diamond checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver U.S. Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel stamped "111/352". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: black leather flap holster. Front edge marked "55D3513". Flap stamped "USAF". Holster has white cord lanyard. Condition is very good. CONDITION: black anodized frame & cyl. retain over 80% finish showing edge wear, sm. handling marks & spots of finish loss. Bbl. retains 98% blue. Hammer & trigger have lightly faded case colors. Original grip finish shows light wear w/ sm. handling marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-2954/DS). CURIO. $14,000-22,500.
AIRWEIGHT DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# A.F.No.1798. Designed as a lightweight survival revolver for bomber crews. 605 Were shipped to the Air Force in 1953, S#'s A.F.No.1...more795 - A.F.No.2399. Cyls. were known to burst w/ commercial ammunition. These rare revolvers were ordered destroyed in the late '50's & very few examples in original condition remain. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Aluminum alloy frame marked "Property of U.S. Air Force" along backstrap. J frame 4 screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. Left side of frame above front of trigger guard has "P" proof mark. .240 Case colored hammer & grooved trigger. 5 Shot cyl. Back of cyl. & bottom of bbl. have matching S# "1798". Inside of frame & crane have assembly No. "2250". Rear of extractor and rear edge of yoke (not visible when assembled) have matching number of "27975". Two piece diamond checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver U.S. Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel stamped "111/352". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: black leather flap holster. Front edge marked "55D3513". Flap stamped "USAF". Holster has white cord lanyard. Condition is very good. CONDITION: black anodized frame & cyl. retain over 80% finish showing edge wear, sm. handling marks & spots of finish loss. Bbl. retains 98% blue. Hammer & trigger have lightly faded case colors. Original grip finish shows light wear w/ sm. handling marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-2954/DS). CURIO. $14,000-22,500.

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UNIQUE COLT AIRCREWMAN "A.F. No. 1/2" LIGHTWEIGHT

Lot # 1017 (Sale Order: 10 of 657)      

DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 4385-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight survival revolver for Air Force bomber personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured cyls. the majority were destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are seldom seen today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1/2". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. CONDITION: near excellent retaining 99% original finish. bbl. shows slight muzzle wear w/ sm. muzzle scratches on left side. Edges of frame show a few sm. marks. Cyl. shows sm. drag marks. Grips have near excellent finish. Bright, near excellent bore. Face of frame shows no staining or marks from firing. (21-2960/DS). CURIO. $9,500-16,000.
DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 4385-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight survival revolver for Air Force bomber personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured ...morecyls. the majority were destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are seldom seen today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1/2". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. CONDITION: near excellent retaining 99% original finish. bbl. shows slight muzzle wear w/ sm. muzzle scratches on left side. Edges of frame show a few sm. marks. Cyl. shows sm. drag marks. Grips have near excellent finish. Bright, near excellent bore. Face of frame shows no staining or marks from firing. (21-2960/DS). CURIO. $9,500-16,000.

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COLT AIRCREWMAN "A.F. No. 1055" LIGHTWEIGHT DA

Lot # 1018 (Sale Order: 11 of 657)      

REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 6814-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight revolver for Air Force personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured cyls. the majority were destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are very scarce today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap is marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1055". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel marked "5". CONDITION: alloy frame & cyl. retain over 80% anodized finish showing edge & carry wear. Bbl. retains 80% blue showing muzzle wear. Grips have lightly worn finish showing scattered dents & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ near excellent rifling. (21-2958/DS). CURIO. $8,500-13,500.
REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 6814-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight revolver for Air Force personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured cyls. the majority ...morewere destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are very scarce today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap is marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1055". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel marked "5". CONDITION: alloy frame & cyl. retain over 80% anodized finish showing edge & carry wear. Bbl. retains 80% blue showing muzzle wear. Grips have lightly worn finish showing scattered dents & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ near excellent rifling. (21-2958/DS). CURIO. $8,500-13,500.

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 13 USAF "AIRCREWMAN" DA

Lot # 1019 (Sale Order: 12 of 657)      

REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# C259829. The Aircrewman was a lightweight revolver produced from 1951-1957. The Air Force used special loads that were safe w/ the aluminum cyls., however many ruptured when used w/ standard ammunition. In the late 1950's the Air Force recalled the revolvers & ordered them to be destroyed & sold for scrap metal. Consequently, very few of the approx. 40,000 survive today in original condition. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Left side marked "AIRWEIGHT" over cal. marking. Alloy frame, top strap marked "REVOLVER, LIGHTWEIGHT, M 13". Backstrap marked "Property of U.S. Air Force". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. 5 Screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. .240 Hammer & serrated trigger. 2 Piece walnut diamond checkered rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver S&W medallions. Left grip along backstrap near butt hand stamped "21". Inside of right grip panel numbered "2S9/338". Back of extractor & cyl. under extractor have assembly No. "4690". Assembly No. on inside of frame "5569". Yoke numbered "43354". Bbl. & cyl. have no S# markings. CONDITION: frame & cyl. retain over 80% black finish showing edge wear & scattered handling marks. Bbl. retains 95% blue. Hammer & trigger retain sm. amounts of faded case colors. Cyl. swings out very stiffly. Cyl. pin latch on bbl. is missing plunger spring & retaining pin. Grips have lightly worn finish showing sm. dents & handling marks. Bright bore retaining near excellent rifling. (21-2957/DS). CURIO. $3,750-5,500.
REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# C259829. The Aircrewman was a lightweight revolver produced from 1951-1957. The Air Force used special loads that were safe w/ the aluminum cyls...more., however many ruptured when used w/ standard ammunition. In the late 1950's the Air Force recalled the revolvers & ordered them to be destroyed & sold for scrap metal. Consequently, very few of the approx. 40,000 survive today in original condition. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Left side marked "AIRWEIGHT" over cal. marking. Alloy frame, top strap marked "REVOLVER, LIGHTWEIGHT, M 13". Backstrap marked "Property of U.S. Air Force". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. 5 Screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. .240 Hammer & serrated trigger. 2 Piece walnut diamond checkered rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver S&W medallions. Left grip along backstrap near butt hand stamped "21". Inside of right grip panel numbered "2S9/338". Back of extractor & cyl. under extractor have assembly No. "4690". Assembly No. on inside of frame "5569". Yoke numbered "43354". Bbl. & cyl. have no S# markings. CONDITION: frame & cyl. retain over 80% black finish showing edge wear & scattered handling marks. Bbl. retains 95% blue. Hammer & trigger retain sm. amounts of faded case colors. Cyl. swings out very stiffly. Cyl. pin latch on bbl. is missing plunger spring & retaining pin. Grips have lightly worn finish showing sm. dents & handling marks. Bright bore retaining near excellent rifling. (21-2957/DS). CURIO. $3,750-5,500.

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 15-3 USAF DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1020 (Sale Order: 13 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Spl. S# 3K77100. In the late 1960's, approx. 2,000 Model 15's were shipped to Warner Robbins Air Force Base for use by security personnel. Left side of frames marked "U.S.A.F." Bbl. 4" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Square notch adj. rear sight. 3 Screw K frame action w/ pinned bbl. 6 Shot fluted cyl. Case colored .375 target hammer. 2 Piece checkered walnut Magna square butt grips w/ silver S&W medallions. CONDITION: revolver retains over 80% blue showing muzzle & carry wear w/ scattered areas of light surface corrosion. Hammer & trigger retain 80% lightly faded case colors showing surface corrosion on right side of trigger. Grips have moderately worn finish. Bright, near excellent bore. (21-2956/DS). CURIO. $2,750-4,500.
Cal. 38 Spl. S# 3K77100. In the late 1960's, approx. 2,000 Model 15's were shipped to Warner Robbins Air Force Base for use by security personnel. Left side of frames mar...moreked "U.S.A.F." Bbl. 4" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Square notch adj. rear sight. 3 Screw K frame action w/ pinned bbl. 6 Shot fluted cyl. Case colored .375 target hammer. 2 Piece checkered walnut Magna square butt grips w/ silver S&W medallions. CONDITION: revolver retains over 80% blue showing muzzle & carry wear w/ scattered areas of light surface corrosion. Hammer & trigger retain 80% lightly faded case colors showing surface corrosion on right side of trigger. Grips have moderately worn finish. Bright, near excellent bore. (21-2956/DS). CURIO. $2,750-4,500.

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COLT COMMANDO DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1021 (Sale Order: 14 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Spl. S# 19391. Bbl. 4" rnd. w/ semi circular front sight. Left side of bbl. marked "COLT COMMANDO / 38 SPECIAL". 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Matte parkerized finish. No visible military markings. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Mfg. 1942. CONDITION: 80% metal finish showing edge & carry wear w/ pronounced cyl. drag line. Grips show sm. handling marks. Bore is generally bright showing sm. spots of frosted appearance retaining strong rifling. (21-2684/DS). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.
Cal. 38 Spl. S# 19391. Bbl. 4" rnd. w/ semi circular front sight. Left side of bbl. marked "COLT COMMANDO / 38 SPECIAL". 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Matte parkerized fin...moreish. No visible military markings. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Mfg. 1942. CONDITION: 80% metal finish showing edge & carry wear w/ pronounced cyl. drag line. Grips show sm. handling marks. Bore is generally bright showing sm. spots of frosted appearance retaining strong rifling. (21-2684/DS). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

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COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1022 (Sale Order: 15 of 657)      

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 188598. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Military blue finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 49 /554" around lanyard loop. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked flap holster in fair condition. 6 Half moon clips. CONDITION: 90% lightly faded metal finish showing edge & carry wear. Sanded & refinished grips show wear & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ sharp rifling. (21-3725/DS). CURIO. $900-1,400.
Cal. 45 ACP. S# 188598. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Military blue finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt ...moreis marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 49 /554" around lanyard loop. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked flap holster in fair condition. 6 Half moon clips. CONDITION: 90% lightly faded metal finish showing edge & carry wear. Sanded & refinished grips show wear & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ sharp rifling. (21-3725/DS). CURIO. $900-1,400.

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COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1023 (Sale Order: 16 of 657)      

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 216747 Bbl. 5 1/2" rnd. w/ blade sight. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Military finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 71 / 606" around lanyard ring. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked leather flap holster in fair condition. CONDITION: Over 80% original finish showing carry wear & spots of flaking. Grips show light wear & handling marks. Bore retains strong rifling showing some fouling. (21-3774/DS). CURIO. $900-1,500.
Cal. 45 ACP. S# 216747 Bbl. 5 1/2" rnd. w/ blade sight. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Military finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt is marked "U.S...more. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 71 / 606" around lanyard ring. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked leather flap holster in fair condition. CONDITION: Over 80% original finish showing carry wear & spots of flaking. Grips show light wear & handling marks. Bore retains strong rifling showing some fouling. (21-3774/DS). CURIO. $900-1,500.

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COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1024 (Sale Order: 17 of 657)      

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 155314. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. Solid frame action w/ 6 shot swing out cyl. Military finish. Butt w/ lanyard loop is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917 / No / 2 / 877". 2 Piece checkered Coltwood replacement grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: full moon 45 ACP clip. CONDITION: 70% dull faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ cyl. drag line & spots of pitting. Very good grips. Dark bore w/ worn rifling. (21-2577/DS). CURIO. $700-1,000.
Cal. 45 ACP. S# 155314. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. Solid frame action w/ 6 shot swing out cyl. Military finish. Butt w/ lanyard loop is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL...more / 1917 / No / 2 / 877". 2 Piece checkered Coltwood replacement grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: full moon 45 ACP clip. CONDITION: 70% dull faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ cyl. drag line & spots of pitting. Very good grips. Dark bore w/ worn rifling. (21-2577/DS). CURIO. $700-1,000.

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 REVOLVER WITH

Lot # 1025 (Sale Order: 18 of 657)      

DOCUMENTED VIETNAM HISTORY. Cal. 38 Spl. S# R462. Bbl. 1 7/8" pinned w/ serrated ramped blade front sight & frame notched rear. Mfg. 1969 w/in S# range R001-R30000.; total production 1965-1996. Stainless w/ flash chromed hammer & grooved face trigger. Matching numbered checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips. Personal side arm of 1st Lieutenant William L. Sullivan, Infantry Unit Commander in 101st Airborne, who was killed in action. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent 2 piece blue box w/ 3-67 manual & cleaning rod/brush. Numerous papers documenting return of his personal effects to next of kin along w/ personal 10 May 70 dated letter in Military postage free envelope to Dr. Robert Ayres of Lincoln NE. 10 Dec 69 bill of sale to Sullivan & note from Sullivan's widow giving revolver to Bob (Ayres). Tremendous history & documentation from Vietnam era & famous 101st Airborne. CONDITION: very faint cyl. turn line & minimal firing residue on face of cyl. plus near breech end of bbl.; all other aspects near excellent including bore & grips. Firearm likely carried deeply concealed & protected or not at all due to its great condition. (21-3609/NW). CURIO. $600-1,000.
DOCUMENTED VIETNAM HISTORY. Cal. 38 Spl. S# R462. Bbl. 1 7/8" pinned w/ serrated ramped blade front sight & frame notched rear. Mfg. 1969 w/in S# range R001-R30000.; tota...morel production 1965-1996. Stainless w/ flash chromed hammer & grooved face trigger. Matching numbered checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips. Personal side arm of 1st Lieutenant William L. Sullivan, Infantry Unit Commander in 101st Airborne, who was killed in action. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent 2 piece blue box w/ 3-67 manual & cleaning rod/brush. Numerous papers documenting return of his personal effects to next of kin along w/ personal 10 May 70 dated letter in Military postage free envelope to Dr. Robert Ayres of Lincoln NE. 10 Dec 69 bill of sale to Sullivan & note from Sullivan's widow giving revolver to Bob (Ayres). Tremendous history & documentation from Vietnam era & famous 101st Airborne. CONDITION: very faint cyl. turn line & minimal firing residue on face of cyl. plus near breech end of bbl.; all other aspects near excellent including bore & grips. Firearm likely carried deeply concealed & protected or not at all due to its great condition. (21-3609/NW). CURIO. $600-1,000.

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COLT COMMANDO SPECIAL DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1026 (Sale Order: 19 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Spl. S# AA06045. Bbl. 2" w/ ramp front sight & shrouded ejector. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Matte parkerized finish. Hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece rubber grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. 1985 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined wood grained box w/ matching numbered label containing instruction manual, factory congratulations letter, repair service, NRA & Colt Companion brochures. CONDITION: 98% metal finish showing cyl. drag line w/ slight muzzle & carry wear. Very good grips. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3303/DS). MODERN. $500-800.
Cal. 38 Spl. S# AA06045. Bbl. 2" w/ ramp front sight & shrouded ejector. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Matte parkerized finish. Hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece rubber grips w/...more silver Rampant Colt medallions. 1985 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined wood grained box w/ matching numbered label containing instruction manual, factory congratulations letter, repair service, NRA & Colt Companion brochures. CONDITION: 98% metal finish showing cyl. drag line w/ slight muzzle & carry wear. Very good grips. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3303/DS). MODERN. $500-800.

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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 REVOLVER.

Lot # 1027 (Sale Order: 20 of 657)      

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 59809. Bbl. 5 1/2" pinned w/ semi circular blade front sight; frame notched rear. Matching S# on frame, bbl., cyl. & extractor. Matching assembly no. on crane, yoke & bbl. Flaming bomb proof at top left rear of frame. Smooth walnut grips. Case colored trigger & hammer. CONDITION: good overall appearance as refinished w/ holster like high point wear most noticeable on cyl. & sides of bbl. near muzzle. Light marks on grips but no chips. Missing lanyard loop. Good to very good bore w/ minimal wear & hint of frosting. (21-2645/NW). CURIO. $450-600.
Cal. 45 ACP. S# 59809. Bbl. 5 1/2" pinned w/ semi circular blade front sight; frame notched rear. Matching S# on frame, bbl., cyl. & extractor. Matching assembly no. on c...morerane, yoke & bbl. Flaming bomb proof at top left rear of frame. Smooth walnut grips. Case colored trigger & hammer. CONDITION: good overall appearance as refinished w/ holster like high point wear most noticeable on cyl. & sides of bbl. near muzzle. Light marks on grips but no chips. Missing lanyard loop. Good to very good bore w/ minimal wear & hint of frosting. (21-2645/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

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COLT 1900 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Lot # 1028 (Sale Order: 21 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 3414. Bbl. 6". Slide has front serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1902 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 30% fading blue in protected areas blending w/ areas of having faded gray appearance & showing scratches & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ worn rifling. (21-3707/DS). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.
Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 3414. Bbl. 6". Slide has front serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Col...moret grips. 1902 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 30% fading blue in protected areas blending w/ areas of having faded gray appearance & showing scratches & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ worn rifling. (21-3707/DS). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.

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COLT 1900 SIGHT SAFETY MODEL SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Lot # 1029 (Sale Order: 22 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 425. This desirable pistol was Colt's first production semi automatic handgun. Bbl. 6". Long slide w/ rear serrations having rear sight safety & semi circular front sight. Left side is marked "BROWNING'S PATENT / PAT'D APRIL 28,1897" followed by Colt markings w/ Hartford address. Spur style hammer. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Approx. 3,500 mfg. 1900-1903. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. mag. retaining 15% original nickel finish w/ sm. dents in left side. CONDITION: frame retains over 50% dull blue fading to gray. Slide retains sm. amounts of fading blue blending into a light patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips have a lightly darkened worn appearance w/ numerous scratches & marks. Bore has a lightly frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling showing some very light pitting. (21-3381/DS). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.
Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 425. This desirable pistol was Colt's first production semi automatic handgun. Bbl. 6". Long slide w/ rear serrations having rear sight safe...morety & semi circular front sight. Left side is marked "BROWNING'S PATENT / PAT'D APRIL 28,1897" followed by Colt markings w/ Hartford address. Spur style hammer. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Approx. 3,500 mfg. 1900-1903. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. mag. retaining 15% original nickel finish w/ sm. dents in left side. CONDITION: frame retains over 50% dull blue fading to gray. Slide retains sm. amounts of fading blue blending into a light patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips have a lightly darkened worn appearance w/ numerous scratches & marks. Bore has a lightly frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling showing some very light pitting. (21-3381/DS). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

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COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Lot # 1030 (Sale Order: 23 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 14253. Bbl. 6". Early production, marked "MODEL 1902" w/ front slide serrations. Left side of slide is marked w/ Hartford address & patent dates ending w/ Sept. 9, 1902. Semi circular front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Snub type hammer. Slide lock device on left side of frame. Blue finish w/ lanyard ring on left side at butt. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Approx. 18,000 mfg. 1902-1929. MAGS: 1 detachable 8 rd. two tone mag. retaining 90% lightly worn blue. CONDITION: metal retains approx. 25% worn blue fading to gray brown patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore retains sound rifling showing some darkness in grooves. (21-3379/DS). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.
Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 14253. Bbl. 6". Early production, marked "MODEL 1902" w/ front slide serrations. Left side of slide is marked w/ Hartford address & patent da...moretes ending w/ Sept. 9, 1902. Semi circular front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Snub type hammer. Slide lock device on left side of frame. Blue finish w/ lanyard ring on left side at butt. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Approx. 18,000 mfg. 1902-1929. MAGS: 1 detachable 8 rd. two tone mag. retaining 90% lightly worn blue. CONDITION: metal retains approx. 25% worn blue fading to gray brown patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore retains sound rifling showing some darkness in grooves. (21-3379/DS). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

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COLT 1902 MILITARY SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Lot # 1031 (Sale Order: 24 of 657)      

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 41638. Bbl. 6". Slide has rear serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear sight. Left side has 1897 & 1902 patent dates w/ Hartford address. Blue finish w/ lanyard loop on left side. Case colored spur type hammer. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1919 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 60% lightly faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ sm. spots of corrosion. Grips show moderate wear. Bore has frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3708/DS). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.
Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 41638. Bbl. 6". Slide has rear serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear sight. Left side has 1897 & 1902 patent dates w/ Hartfo...morerd address. Blue finish w/ lanyard loop on left side. Case colored spur type hammer. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1919 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 60% lightly faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ sm. spots of corrosion. Grips show moderate wear. Bore has frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3708/DS). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

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COLT MODEL 1902 "ALASKAN" DA REVOLVER.

Lot # 1032 (Sale Order: 25 of 657)      

Cal. 45 Colt. S# 45996. Bbl. 6" w/ blade front sight & Hartford address. 6 Shot long flute cyl. Blue finish w/ elongated trigger & enlarged trigger guard. Right side of frame is stamped 'US" & "ITT" inspectors mark. Left side of frame & trigger guard has "R.A.C." inspectors mark. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips w/ lanyard ring at butt. CONDITION: 30% lightly faded blue fading to patina showing scattered light pitting & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Lightly frosted bore w/ scattered spots of light pitting. (21-2673/DS). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.
Cal. 45 Colt. S# 45996. Bbl. 6" w/ blade front sight & Hartford address. 6 Shot long flute cyl. Blue finish w/ elongated trigger & enlarged trigger guard. Right side of f...morerame is stamped 'US" & "ITT" inspectors mark. Left side of frame & trigger guard has "R.A.C." inspectors mark. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips w/ lanyard ring at butt. CONDITION: 30% lightly faded blue fading to patina showing scattered light pitting & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Lightly frosted bore w/ scattered spots of light pitting. (21-2673/DS). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

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