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This Auction Includes Several Full Collections To Include: The Gerald "Jerry" H. Miller Estate, The David E. Walker Estate, The Randall T. Friday Estate and The Dale K. Wilson Estate. Everything On This Auction Is 100% "Fresh To The Market", Consisting Primarily Of Collector/ Investment Grade Arms.
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1914 U.S. Colt, 1911, 45 ACP - "Capt. Karl C. Bostwick" - W/ Letter & History, SN - 100746

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This original Colt U.S. Army 1911 was issued to Capt. Karl C. Bostwick, 4th Missouri Infantry in 1914. Karl C. Bostwick joined the U.S. Army in 1901 and was in command of...more E Company during the Texas Border Conflict (Mexican Revolution) (1916-1917). This gun is stamped "CAPT. KARL C. BOSTWICK" on the right side of the slide (period correct) and comes with the following documentation: Colt Letter stating that this gun was purchased by The United States Government and was 1 of 750 shipped to Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO, on October 16, 1914; Original camp photo postcard signed by Karl; Printed service records with E Company photo.... The Colt Model 1911 is a single-action, recoil-operated, semi-automatic pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985, and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911, completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1.... An original U.S. Colt 1911 (Pre-A1, pre-WWI) with documented history is widely known as the most desirable "Collector/ Investment" firearm of all time. This gun is 100% "Fresh To The Market" and has never been in a Historical Collection. This gun appears to be all original with a 5.3" barrel, diamond checkered walnut grips, safety grip, lanyard ring, marked "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" "1902" & "1913" Patent Dates "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A" "MODEL OF U.S. ARMY 1911" and U.S. Ordnance proof marked by Major Walter G Penfield (Inspector of ordnance from 1911 to 1914). This gun has a nice tight action, sharp bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1989 Browning, Citori Lightning, 28 Ga., Over/ Under (W/ Box & Case), SN- 16065PN773

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The Browning Citori was introduced in 1973 as an alternative to the highly successful Browning Superposed. The Citori is known for its "mechanical excellence" and deluxe ...moregrade features. It has become a must have for serious sportsmen around the world. The Citori Lightning Grade sports a rounded pistol grip that offers a more open grip than full pistol grip designs. Many shooters feel this gives a slight speed-to-shoulder advantage. It represents a midpoint in design between ultra-speedy straight grips and extremely stable full pistol grips. It offers excellent control for whatever you are after - fast-flying waterfowl, upland game or just shooting fun. Matching the rounded pistol grip is the forearm. It is nicely rounded at the fore-end, and together they give the name to this over under gun as "Lightning Style". This Citori Lightning Field was made in 1989 and features a checkered walnut stock with high gloss finish and fluted comb, engraved receiver with high luster bluing, gold plated trigger, 28" F/M barrels, serrated vent rib with silver front bead, tang safety/ barrel selector, black buttpad, 14.25" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun comes in original box with paperwork and Browning brown leather luggage case. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has a nice tight action and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1943 WWII U.S. Ithaca, 1911A1, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - 882683

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This WWII U.S. Contract Model 1911A1 was manufactured by the Ithaca Gun Company of New York in 1943. During WWII many U.S. manufacturers were tasked to switch production ...moreto support the war effort. One company was Ithaca, who was tasked with production of the Colt 1911A1 pistol. Ithaca produced 400,000 M1911A1 pistols between 1943 and 1945. The inspector mark found on all Ithaca 1911A1 pistols is "FJA" for Frank J. Atwood. Other than Colt 1911A1 special contract manufacturers during WWII were Remington Rand, Ithaca Gun Company, Union Switch & Signal and Singer. Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985 and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911, completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1. This 1943 U.S. Army issued Ithaca 1911A1 is marked - "UNITED STATES PROPERTY", "M 1911 A1 U.S. ARMY", "ITHACA GUN CO., INC ITHACA, N.Y." and is correctly proof stamped "FJA". This gun comes in glass top display case with original/ period correct Remington ammo box (empty). This gun appears to be all original with a 5.3" barrel, safety grip, lanyard ring and Keyes Fiber Co. checkered brown plastic grips. This gun is showing light "battle wear", has a nice tight action, sharp bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1970 Browning Belgium, Superposed Lightning, 12 Ga., Over/ Under (W/ Case), SN - 24808S70

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The Browning Superposed was the first over and under shotgun design to be produced. It introduced a wide variety of innovations including the single select trigger and ov...moreer-under design. Original production dates were 1931-1940. Post World War II production began in 1948 and lasted until 1960 when it went through a re-design and was discontinued from regular distribution. During the 1970s, it became a limited production model. Since 1986, the Superposed has only been offered as a custom shop item. It was produced in several variations over the years, but all Superposed models were made in Belgium and featured Browning's High-Grade options such as hand engravings/checkering and select walnut stocks. This Superposed Lightning Grade was made in 1970, and sports a select walnut stock with deep outlined checkering/fluted comb/contoured grip & gloss finish, scroll engraved receiver/ trigger guard/action lever, brown recoil pad with basket weave checkering & black/white spacers, gold plated trigger, 28" IMP CYL/ SKEET barrels, serrated vent-rib with silver bead front sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has a nice tight action, appears to be in good working order and comes in original brown leather luggage case with paperwork. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1943 WWII U.S. Colt, 1911A1 (Sweetheart Grips), 45 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 867983

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Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely co...morepied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985 and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911, completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1. This 1943 U.S. Army issued Colt 1911A1 is marked - "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" "1902" & "1913" Patent Dates "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A" "MODEL OF U.S. ARMY 1911" and U.S. Ordnance proof marked by "GHD" (Guy H. Drewry - Colt S/N 845,000 to 2,360,600). This gun appears to be all original with a 5.3" barrel, safety grip, lanyard ring and period correct clear acrylic "Sweetheart Grips" with foil backing. This gun is showing light "battle wear", has a nice tight action, sharp bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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Benelli, 828U Nickel-Engraved, 20 Ga., Over/ Under (W/ Case), SN - BT003825K

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The Benelli 828U Over/Under Shotgun with Nickel Engraved Receiver is a lightweight, innovative shotgun, designed for superior upland game hunting performance. A patented ...moresteel locking mechanism features a free-floating locking plate to eliminate wear and tear on the lightweight aluminum receiver for improved durability. The AA satin-finished walnut stock and nickel-plated engraved receiver make the highly functional 828U an elegant blend of form and function. The Progressive Comfort recoil reduction system uses 3 sets of patented interlocking flexible buffers to absorb recoil and muzzle rise so you can stay on target for fast follow up shots, and the QuadraFit modular stock allows shooters to easily adjust the drop, cast, comb height, and length of pull for a custom, comfortable fit. The carbon fiber ventilated, stepped rib features a red fiber optic front sight to provide an excellent sighting plane and rapid sight acquisition, while a removable trigger group makes for easy cleaning and field maintenance. The Benelli 828U boasts cryogenically treated Crio System barrels and Crio choke tubes to provide an even-grained, slick surface that minimizes pellet deformation, and to produce tight, uniform shot patterns. This 8282U sports 28" barrels with 3" chambers and is in nice condition with light bluing fade on top of the action near the rear rib and comes in padded hard shell case with 7 choke tubes, wrench and shim kit.

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1916 WWI German DWM, P.08 Luger, 9mm, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 9380

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In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reichs revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other ...moreaxis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Luger is a toggle-lock action semi-automatic pistol that uses a jointed arm to lock, as opposed to the slide actions of many other semi-automatic pistols, such as the M1911. This P.08 Luger was made at the German DWM (Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken) factory in 1916. It features a 4" barrel and appears to all-numbers-matching, including wooden butt magazine. This gun comes with a WWII leather holster that is marked/ dated "bmd 42" and disassembly tool. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1970's Ithaca SKB, Engraved 600, 12 Ga., Over/ Under, SN - CF635779

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The Ithaca Gun Co. imported high grade SKB shotguns for U.S. sales from 1966 until the late 1970s. This Ithaca imported SKB Model 600 sports a hammerless top-break action...more with ejectors, scroll engraved receiver/ action lever/ trigger guard, grooved gold-plated trigger, outline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ contoured grip & gloss finish, black checkered buttpad with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, 28" F/ M barrels, jeweled action block, gold initial plated under the stock, serrated vent-rib with silver mid-bead and red fiber-optic front sight, trigger barrel selector, tang safety, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This one-owner gun is in excellent condition (fired very little), has a nice tight action and appears to be in good working order.

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1940 WWII German Mauser, P.08 Luger, 9mm, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster & Magazines), SN - 5411

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In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reichs revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other ...moreaxis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Luger is a toggle-lock action semi-automatic pistol that uses a jointed arm to lock, as opposed to the slide actions of many other semi-automatic pistols, such as the M1911. This P.08 Luger was made at the German Mauser factory in 1940. It features a 4" 1942 replacement barrel marked "S/42", but otherwise appears to all-numbers-matching, including (2) magazines. This gun comes with an OTTO SINDEL BERLIN leather holster, dated 1939, marked - "A.L. MEYER CO. "H" 121st INF." (U.S. GI bring-back). This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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Circa 1905 Remington, No. 9 Stage Coach Rider (19.5" Barrel), 12 Ga., Single-Shot, SN - 143506

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In 1902 Remington Arms Co. introduced a new gun with an automatic ejector in 12- and 16-gauges, called the Remington 1902 Model Single Barrel Shotgun No. 9. It was an upd...moreated version of the Model 1893 side-hammer (No.3). The No. 9 was dropped from production In February of 1910 when the Remington Arms Co. sold their entire inventory of break action shotguns, singles and doubles to Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co. of St Louis. This Remington No. 9 "Rider" sports a factory 19.5" barrel, dark walnut stock with round grip knob & fluted comb, side hammer, black checkered buttpad, gold bead front sight and 14.25" LOP. This gun has a nice tight action and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1940 WWII Japanese, Nambu Type 14, 8×22mm, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster & Magazines), SN - 82238

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The Nambu is a series of recoil operated, locked breech, slanted grip, semi-automatic pistols first produced in 1904 by the Japanese Koishikawa Arsenal. The series has th...moreree variants, the Type A, the Type B (also known as the Baby Nambu), and the Type 14. The Nambu pistols were designed to replace Japan's earlier service pistol, the Type 26 revolver. The Type 14 Nambu is chambered for the 8×22mm cartridge and gets its name from the year it was produced - the 14th year of the Taisho era, or 1926, and were used mostly by officers who had to pay for their pistols themselves. From 1927, it was a standard issue sidearm for officers and used through WWII. It is believed that around 400,000 Type 14 Nambus were produced, but the exact number is unknown, as Japanese soldiers considered their weapons property of the emperor, and many chose to destroy their pistols or throw them into the ocean to avoid them falling into enemy hands. According to the markings and serial number on this pistol, it was made at the Kokubunji factory of Nambu/Chuo Kogyo in 1940. The characters on the right side/ rear frame designates the reign of the Showa Emperor (Hirohito) and the date 15.8, indicating the fifteenth year, eight month of Hirohito’s reign (August, 1940). This gun appears to be original with a 4.61" barrel, wooden slant ribbed grips and comes with period correct brown leather holster & (2) magazines. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1942 WWII German Walther, P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 8261e

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "42" (1944) along with German/ Nazi proof marks. Features include a 4.9" barrel, ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, 8-round magazine and comes with original black leather holster dated 1942 "dkk 42" & Nazi proofed. This gun appears to be original with visible numbers matching, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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WWII German, Vis-35 Radom, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster & Magazines), SN - G3244

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The Vis-35 Radom is a 9×19mm caliber, single-action, semi-automatic pistol. Its design was inspired by American firearms inventor John Browning's 9mm "Browning GP" pistol...more which was completed after Browning's death by designers at Fabrique Nationale in Herstal Belgium. Production of the Vis began at the Fabryka Broni arms factory in Radom in 1935 and was adopted as the standard handgun of the Polish Army the following year. After the German occupation of Poland in 1939, production was turned over to Nazis. The pistol was valued by Germans soldiers and many were issued to elite paratrooper units. The design bears many internal and external similarities to the famous Colt M1911A1, to the point that some parts are almost interchangeable. This WWII German Vis-35 is Nazi proof marked throughout, including magazines, and features a 4.5" barrel, lanyard ring, black checkered Bakelite grips and comes with period correct brown leather holster. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1915 Winchester, Model 1894 Rifle, 38-55 WCF, Lever-Action, SN - 814829

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The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894 and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. This Winchester Model 1894 Rifle was made in 1915, and sports a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 26" octagon barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed front sight and full length magazine tube. This gun is showing bluing wear, but still retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1892 Winchester, Model 1885 Low Wall, 22 Short, Falling Block, SN - 56463

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With the introduction of the Model 1885, the world of single shots was given a welcomed addition. In 1885 competitive target shooting in America had the stature of profes...moresional golf, or even major league football has today. Huge matches were held at places like Creedmoor, New York. Spectators would number in the thousands. The 1885 was uniquely suited to the long-range accuracy shooting of the day. The Model 1885 was the first and perhaps one of the greatest of all the John Moses Browning designs. It was conceived of and created by Browning in the frontier pioneer town of Ogden, Utah, in 1878. Not only was it the first he produced, but it was the gun that started his relationship with the Winchester Repeating Arms company. The partnership began in 1885, and the Single Shot became the Model 1885 Winchester. Two popular models were made, the so-called "Low Wall" which showed an exposed hammer, firing less powerful cartridges, and the so-called "High Wall" for stronger cartridges whose steel frame covered most of the firing hammer when viewed from the side. This Winchester Model 1885 "Low Wall" was made in 1892 and is chambered for the 22 Short only cartridge. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip & Schnabel tip, metal crescent buttplate, 24.25" octagon barrel, adjustable elevator buckhorn rear sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is showing age, but appears to be original, has a nice tight action, retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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WWII German Mauser, HSc, 7.65mm (32 ACP), Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 801971

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The Mauser HSc is semi-automatic pistol with a semi-exposed hammer, double-action trigger, single-column magazine, and 3.4" barrel with a spring surrounding. It was intro...moreduced in Nazi Germany during World War II (1940), and was manufactured until 1977. The German Army began HSc procurement with an initial order for 3,000 pistols in early 1941, beginning with serial number 701,345. The Germans ultimately placed five separate orders for the HSc Pistol, known as variations, until the end of the war. The fourth variation orders consisted of 31,000 intermittently numbered pistols from around serial number 790,000 to 886,000. These pistols are proofed "Eagle/135" and acceptance stamped "Eagle/N". This Fourth Variation HSc is chambered for 7.65mm (32 ACP) and appears to be all original with correct proof marks throughout and comes with a period correct holster. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1884 Winchester, Model 1876 (Rare 24" Heavy Barrel), 40-60 WCF, Lever-Action, SN - 42721

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The Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle was also known as the “Centennial Rifle” because it was made for the U.S. Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...more. The rifle is a larger framed version of the Model 1873. Four standard versions were produced: a 22" barrel Carbine, a 26" barrel Express Rifle with a half-length magazine, a 28" barrel Sporting Rifle, and a 32" barrel Musket. Collectors identify a first model with no dust cover, a second model with a dust cover rail fastened by a screw, and a third model with an integral dust cover. Total production was 63,871. This Model 1876 (Third Model) was made in 1884 and sports a very rare & desirable 24" heavy octagon barrel. Other features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, adjustable multi-leaf rear sight, dovetail front sight with silver coin blade and full length magazine tube. This gun has been nicely restored with high gloss bluing & wood glossing, has a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1917 Winchester, Model 1885 Low Wall, 22 LR, Falling Block, SN - 120065

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With the introduction of the Model 1885, the world of single shots was given a welcomed addition. In 1885 competitive target shooting in America had the stature of profes...moresional golf, or even major league football has today. Huge matches were held at places like Creedmoor, New York. Spectators would number in the thousands. The 1885 was uniquely suited to the long-range accuracy shooting of the day. The Model 1885 was the first and perhaps one of the greatest of all the John Moses Browning designs. It was conceived of and created by Browning in the frontier pioneer town of Ogden, Utah, in 1878. Not only was it the first he produced, but it was the gun that started his relationship with the Winchester Repeating Arms company. The partnership began in 1885, and the Single Shot became the Model 1885 Winchester. Two popular models were made, the so-called "Low Wall" which showed an exposed hammer, firing less powerful cartridges, and the so-called "High Wall" for stronger cartridges whose steel frame covered most of the firing hammer when viewed from the side. This Winchester Model 1885 "Low Wall" was made in 1917 and features a smooth walnut stock with straight grip & ebony Schnabel tip, metal crescent buttplate, 24.25" octagon barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is in good condition with bluing fade, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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WWII German Mauser, HSc, 7.65mm (32 ACP), Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 949065

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The Mauser HSc is semi-automatic pistol with a semi-exposed hammer, double-action trigger, single-column magazine, and 3.4" barrel with a spring surrounding. It was intro...moreduced in Nazi Germany during World War II (1940), and was manufactured until 1977. The German Army began HSc procurement with an initial order for 3,000 pistols in early 1941, beginning with serial number 701,345. The Germans ultimately placed five separate orders for the HSc Pistol, known as variations, until the end of the war. The fifth variation orders consisted of 32,000 intermittently numbered pistols in a serial number range of about 886,000 to 952,000. These pistols are proofed "Eagle/135" and acceptance stamped "Eagle/N". This Fifth Variation HSc is chambered for 7.65mm (32 ACP) and appears to be all original with correct proof marks throughout and comes with a period correct holster. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1923 Winchester, Model 1892 Rifle, 32 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 926201

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The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally, becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941, due to WWII. The Winchester '92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. This Winchester '92 Rifle was made in 1923 and features a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, metal crescent buttplate, 24.25" round barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed front sight and full length magazine tube. This gun sports nice re-bluing, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1928 Winchester, Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine, 30 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 1030198

Lot # 22      

The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894 and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. This Winchester Model 1894 Carbine was made in 1928 and sports a 20" round barrel, receiver mounted saddle ring, smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, pinned gold bead front sight, inlayed stock compass, sling rings and full length magazine tube. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1990 Colt, Sporter Match HBAR, 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (New-In-Box W/ Conversion Kit), SN - SP250557

Lot # 23      

The Colt AR-15 is a lightweight, magazine-fed, gas-operated semi-automatic rifle based on the M16 design and the first "AR" style rifle to be commercially sold. Colt star...moreted selling this semi-automatic version of the M16 rifle as the Colt AR-15 in 1964. The Sporter HBAR (Heavy Barrel Automatic Rifle) variation made its debut in 1984 and was the first serious attempt at making the AR-15 into a target shooting rifle that could really compete. Sale of AR-15s in the USA was banned by the Federal Assault Weapons Ban from 1994 to 2004. On September 20, 2019, Colt announced that it would no longer produce the AR-15 for private use due to market saturation. This One-Owner Colt Sporter Match HBAR was purchased in 1990 (Pre-Ban) and is believed to be unfired. Features include a 20" chrome lined barrel with 1:7 twist, 2" bird cage flash hider, carry handle with adjustable peep sights, A2 synthetic stock with 12" vented handguard, checkered pistol grip, checkered buttstock with cleaning tool compartment (includes original cleaning tools), front post sight and sling rings. This gun comes in original box with 22 LR conversion kit (new in package) and manual. This gun has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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WWII German, P.27 (CZ Model 27), 7.65mm (32 ACP), Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 459667

Lot # 21      

This Estate Owned gun sports a tag which reads: "UNCLE LES HARRISON WORLD WAR II - BATTLE OF BULGE. LIBERATED FROM A WAREHOUSE, STILL IN GREECE WHEN BROUGHT BACK AND NEVE...moreR FIRED". No other documentation exists.... The CZ Model 27 is a Czechoslovakian semi-automatic pistol, based on the vz. 24, chambered for 7.65mm (32 ACP). After the German occupation of Czechoslovakia in mid-March 1939, the pistol was folded into the German armed and police forces as the P27. WWII German Occupied vz. 27s were marked with a German code (fnh) to denote place of manufacture. It was issued to both German Army & Police Officers during the war. It is a blowback-operated pistol with a 3.9" barrel, exposed hammer and magazine safety which prevents firing with the magazine removed. This gun is German Army proofed "Eagle/ WAa135" and comes with original Nazi marked black leather holster & extra magazine, in original paper. This gun has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1940 Winchester Pre-64, Model 61, 22 LR Shot Only (Smoothbore), Pump, SN - 51813

Lot # 24      

The Winchester Model 61 is a slide-action .22 caliber rimfire rifle produced from 1932 to 1963. Winchester's first hammerless slide-action rifle design, the Model 61 acte...mored as a "replacement" for the Model 62, and all were equipped with a quick take-down crew. This Model 61 was made in 1940 and sports a rare/ desirable 24" smoothbore for .22 LR Shot Only. Other features include a smooth pistol grip stock with ribbed forearm, checkered metal buttpad, silver bead front sight and serrated receiver top. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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Colt, M4 Carbine, 5.56 NATO, Semi-Auto, SN - LE295780

Lot # 25      

Throughout the world today, Colt's reliability, performance, and accuracy provide our Armed Forces the confidence required to accomplish any mission. Colt's M4 is combat-...moreproven and is extensively used by the United States Armed Forces, also adopted by over 60 countries worldwide, and has been described as "One Of The Defining Firearms Of The 21st Century". The Colt M4 Carbine is a Mil-Spec 5.56 NATO (or 223 Rem.) tactical carbine that uses a traditional direct-gas-impingement operating system with a rotating bolt. It sports a 16.1" chrome moly competition barrel with the M4 government 1:7 twist. The 5-port compensator vents gases to counter muzzle rise and recoil. This M4 variation features a M4 4-position telescoping stock, A2 checkered pistol grip, 7.25" vented quad rail with ribbed panels, full length upper Picatinny rail, quick detach scope mount and NcSTAR 2-7x32 Rangefinder scope. This gun is in nice condition with a few very light scratches, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1940 Winchester, Model 67 "Miniature Bore Target" (Smoothbore), 22 LR Shot Only, Bolt-Action

Lot # 26      

The Winchester Model 67 was a single-shot, bolt-action .22 caliber rimfire rifle sold from 1934 to 1963. Based on the earlier Model 60, the Model 67 was the mainstay of W...moreinchester's single-shot rifle lineup. Several variants of the Model 67 were produced, including a smoothbore (Garden Gun) version intended for short-range varmint control that was introduced in September, 1937 and a “Miniature Bore Target” model, with a 24" smooth counter bore barrel to shoot small clay pigeons with .22 shot cartridges in 1940. This “Miniature Bore Target” model with a 24" smooth counter bore sports a smooth walnut stock with oiled finish, black checkered buttpad, chrome bolt/ handle and silver bead front sight. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1882 Colt, 1st Gen. SAA Peacemaker, 22 LR (Converted From 45), Revolver, SN - 83951

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One of the most famous handguns of all time is the Colt Single Action Army revolver. Also known as the Peacemaker, Frontier Six-Shooter and the M1873, the Single Action A...morermy has been a staple of Hollywood films, appearing in virtually every cowboy and western film ever made. The U.S. Army adopted the new handgun in July 1873, naming it the M1873, and bought 36,000 revolvers chambered in .45 Colt caliber. The revolver was introduced to the civilian market two months later acquiring the nickname “Peacemaker.” The M1873 was used extensively across the nineteenth century western frontier by all sides, from the U.S. Army to white settlers and even Native American tribes. Although replaced in 1892 with a new Colt Double Action revolver, the M1873 remained in limited service with the U.S. military, seeing action in the Spanish American War, Philippine Insurrection, and even the U.S.-Mexico border conflict of the 1910s. By World War I and World War II the 1873 was out of circulation although U.S. General George S. Patton carried a Single Action Army revolver as his personal sidearm throughout World War II. The Colt M1873 SAA is still in production today and is classified by historians & collectors in three production runs: Produced: 1873–1941 (Gen 1), 1956–1974 (Gen 2), 1976–present (Gen 3). This SAA Peacemaker was made in 1882 (Gen 1) and sports a 22 caliber conversion (originally chambered for 45 Colt), nickel plated finish, 4 3/4" barrel, ivory grips, 6-shot cylinder and comes in wooden case with purple lining. This gun is showing some age & wear, but it is numbers matching (cylinder frame, grip frame & butt) and appears to be mechanically sound and to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1913 Colt, New Service (7 1/2"), 44-40 Win., Revolver, SN - 58671

Lot # 29      

The Colt New Service is a large frame, large caliber, double-action revolver made from 1898 to 1941. The design was based on a up-sized and strengthened Colt M1892. It wa...mores Colt's first large caliber revolver with a swing-out hand ejector cylinder. It was made in the popular large caliber revolver cartridges of the day: .38-40, .44-40, .44 Russian, .44 Special, .45 Colt, and .455 Webley. This 44-40 caliber New Service was made in 1913 and sports a 7.5" barrel, walnut grips, lanyard ring and 6-shot cylinder. This gun is in good condition with various surface wear, has a sharp clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1962 Remington, 1 Of 2064, Nylon 10 Smoothbore (19.5"), 22 LR Shot Only, Bolt-Action

Lot # 30      

In the 1960s Remington produced a line of synthetic stocked autoloading, lever action, and bolt action .22 rifles. The Remington nylon stocks were made of a DuPont Nylon ...more66 series plastic called structural Zytel-101 that Dupont developed specifically for these rifles. The first and best known of the series was the Nylon 66 autoloader, introduced in 1959. Remington produced several variants of the Nylon 66 throughout the years, including: Gallery Special, Nylon 77, Nylon 10 (single shot), Nylon 11 (detachable clip magazine), and Nylon 12 (under barrel tubular magazine). The Nylon 10 variant was only produced from 1962-1964. In that three year span, only 2064 were produced with a 19.5" smoothbore (for 22 LR shot only). This 1962 Nylon 10 Smoothbore Rifle is one of the 2064 produced and sports a Mohawk Brown checkered nylon stock with white diamond inlays & ebony forearm tip, flat "Mannlicher Type" chromed bolt handle, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, screw adjustable for windage rear sight, streamlined shark fin shaped blade front sight and chrome trigger. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, no stock cracks and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1949 Colt, Officers' Model Target, Third Issue (6"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 54425

Lot # 31      

In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officers' Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this unde...morer several names. The Officers' Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officers' models were always the favorite of the champions and Colts held all the records. The Officers' Model, First Issue: Introduced in 1904 and produced until 1908. The Officers' Model, Second Issue: Made from 1908 to 1926. The Officers' Model Target, Third Issue: Introduced in 1927 and made until 1949. The Officers' Model Special, Fourth issue: Made only from 1949 to 1952. The Officers' Model Match, Fifth Issue: Made from 1953 to 1969. The Officers' Model Match Mark III, Sixth issue: Only made 496 in 1969 to 1971. This Officers' Model Target, Third Issue (Transition Year) was made in 1949 and sports a 6" barrel, square notch dovetail rear sight, Patridge front sight, checkered walnut grips with silver medallion inlay, grooved backstrap and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in good condition with some bluing wear/ fade, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1964 Remington, 1 Of 200, Nylon 10 Smoothbore (24"), 22 LR Shot Only, Bolt-Action

Lot # 28      

In the 1960s Remington produced a line of synthetic stocked autoloading, lever action, and bolt action .22 rifles. The Remington nylon stocks were made of a DuPont Nylon ...more66 series plastic called structural Zytel-101 that Dupont developed specifically for these rifles. The first and best known of the series was the Nylon 66 autoloader, introduced in 1959. Remington produced several variants of the Nylon 66 throughout the years, including: Gallery Special, Nylon 77, Nylon 10 (single shot), Nylon 11 (detachable clip magazine), and Nylon 12 (under barrel tubular magazine). The Nylon 10 variant was only produced from 1962-1964. In that three year span only 2064 were produced with a smoothbore (for 22 LR shot only) and only 200 were produced with a smooth bore 24" barrel (standard barrel length was 19.5"). This 1964 Nylon 10 Smoothbore Rifle is one of the 200 produced with a 24" barrel and sports a Mohawk Brown checkered nylon stock with white diamond inlays & ebony forearm tip, flat "Mannlicher Type" chromed bolt handle, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, screw adjustable for windage rear sight, streamlined shark fin shaped blade front sight and chrome trigger. This gun is in beautiful condition with no stock cracks and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1916 Colt, Officers' Model, Second Issue (5"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 420689

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In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officers' Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this unde...morer several names. The Officers' Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officers' models were always the favorite of the champions and Colts held all the records. The Officers' Model, First Issue: Introduced in 1904 and produced until 1908. The Officers' Model, Second Issue: Made from 1908 to 1926. The Officers' Model Target, Third Issue: Introduced in 1927 and made until 1949. The Officers' Model Special, Fourth issue: Made only from 1949 to 1952. The Officers' Model Match, Fifth Issue: Made from 1953 to 1969. The Officers' Model Match Mark III, Sixth issue: Only made 496 in 1969 to 1971. This Officers' Model, Second Issue was made in 1916 and sports a 5" barrel, square notch dovetail rear sight, Patridge front sight, checkered walnut grips with silver medallion inlay, checkered backstrap, checkered trigger and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is showing age & wear, but retains a sharp/ clean bore, appears to be mechanically sound and to be in good working order.

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1945 Remington, 1 Of 3000, Fieldmaster 121 Routledge Smoothbore, 22 LR Shot Only, Pump, SN - 71023

Lot # 32      

The Remington Fieldmaster 121 is a series of .22 caliber, slide action, tubular magazine-fed rifles manufactured from 1936 to 1954. It was sold in several variations and ...moregrades throughout its production run, to include a very small number of Smooth Bores for 22 Shot Caliber Only. There were only approximately 3,000 Fieldmaster 121 Smooth Bore Rifles produced, which were offered in a few different variations, to include: Non-counterbore, "22 cal. Smoothbore" & Counterbore "Routledge Bore for .22 cal". The Smooth Bore & the Routledge Bore had duplicate birthdays, but the Routledge option was a special order sent to Fred Routledge to be counterbored. This Remington Fieldmaster 121 "22 Cal. Smoothbore" was made in 1950 and sports a smooth walnut stock with pistol grip & ribbed forearm, checkered metal buttpad, 24.75" barrel with silver bead front sight and quick take-down screw on the left side of the receiver. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1950 Remington, 1 Of 3000, Fieldmaster 121 Smoothbore, 22 LR Shot Only, Pump, SN - 154339

Lot # 34      

The Remington Fieldmaster 121 is a series of .22 caliber, slide action, tubular magazine-fed rifles manufactured from 1936 to 1954. It was sold in several variations and ...moregrades throughout its production run, to include a very small number of Smoothbore's for 22 Shot Caliber Only. There were only approximately 3,000 Fieldmaster 121 Smooth Bore Rifles produced, which were offered in a few different variations, to include: Non-counterbore, "22 cal. Smoothbore" & Counterbore "Routledge Bore for .22 cal". The Remington Smooth Bore & the Routledge Bore had duplicate birthdays, but the Routledge option was a special order sent to Fred Routledge to be counterbored. This Remington Fieldmaster 121 "22 Cal. Routledge Bore" (Smooth Counterbore) was made in 1945 and sports a smooth walnut stock with pistol grip & ribbed forearm, checkered metal buttpad, 23.5" barrel with silver bead front sight and quick take-down screw on the left side of the receiver. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1897 Colt, M1896 DA38, 38 Long Colt, Revolver, SN - 87847

Lot # 35      

The Colt M1892 Navy and Army "DA38" was the first general issue double-action revolver with a swing out cylinder used by the U.S. military. In 1892, the revolver was adop...moreted by the United States Army chambered for .38 Long Colt cartridges, and was given the appellation "New Army and Navy". Initial experience with the gun caused officials to request some improvements. This would be an ongoing condition, resulting in Models 1892, 1894, 1896, 1901, and 1903 for the Army, as well as a Model 1895 for the Navy and a Model 1905 Marine Corps variant. It featured a unique counter-clockwise rotating cylinder, which could be opened for loading and ejection by simply pulling back on a catch mounted on the left side of the frame behind the recoil shield. Produced until 1908. This DA38 was made in 1897 and sports a 4.5" barrel, checkered hard rubber grips, and 6-shot cylinder. This gun is showing age & wear, but retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1932 Remington, Model 14, 35 Rem., Pump, SN - 125673

Lot # 36      

The Remington Model 14 is a pump-action repeating rifle produced from 1913 to 1934. Its design incorporated several innovative concepts to include a spiral magazine tube ...moreto prevent bullet tips from contacting the primer of the cartridge in front of them. It was a takedown rifle that featured a single knurled screw on the left side of the receiver that was withdrawn allowing the trigger group and buttstock to be removed from the bottom of the gun. This Model 14 was made in 1932 and sports a smooth walnut stock with ribbed forearm, ribbed metal buttplate, 22" barrel, adjustable elevator buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight and sling ring. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1955 Colt, 1 Of 2500, Marshal, 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 836843

Lot # 37      

The Colt Marshal is a rare variant of the Official Police with a limited production run of 2,500 units produced from 1955-1956. The Marshal featured a rounded grip and wa...mores made with barrel lengths of 2" and 4". Like the Official Police, it is built on Colt's medium frame with a double-action trigger, six-round swing-out cylinder and is chambered for the .38 Special cartridge. This Colt Marshal was made in 1955 and sports a 4" barrel, checkered walnut grips with silver medallion inlay and grooved trigger. This gun is in beautiful original condition with very light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1922 Remington, Model 14 1/2, 44 Rem. Or 44 WCF, Pump, SN - 65332

Lot # 38      

The Remington Model 14 1/2 a pump-action repeating rifle based on the Model 14 that was produced from 1914 to 1931. It had many of the same features as the original Model...more 14. The largest difference was that it was available in larger calibers with an increased magazine capacity. This Model 14 1/2 was made in 1922 and sports a smooth walnut stock with ribbed forearm, crescent metal buttplate, 22.2" barrel, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1955 Colt, 1 Of 3000, Courier, 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 34378LW

Lot # 39      

The Colt Courier is a rare variant of the Cobra with a limited production run of approximately 3,000 units produced from 1954-1956. The Courier's frame and cylinder are c...moreonstructed of lightweight aluminum alloy. It was produced in .22 Long Rifle, 32 Colt NP, 32 S&W long and short. Like the Cobra, it features a double-action trigger and six-round swing-out cylinder. This Colt Courier was made in 1955 and sports a 3" barrel, checkered walnut grips with silver medallion inlay and grooved trigger shoe. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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Circa 1930 Marlin, Model 410, 410 Ga., Lever-Action, U507

Lot # 40      

The Marlin "410 Gauge Repeating Shotgun" was made from 1929 to 1932. It was advertised as: "Shoots New 2 1/2 Inch Speed Loads In Addition To Regular Length And Round Ball...more. 5 Shots, 22 Or 26 Inch Barrel." This Model 410 sports a 26" barrel, smooth walnut stock with pistol grip & large grooved forearm, black checkered buttpad and gold bead front sight. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1961 Colt, Python (6"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - 17816

Lot # 41      

The Colt Python was made from 1955 to 2005 and then re-introduced in 2020. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors a...morend writers have described the Python as "The Finest Production Revolver Ever Made". The Colt Python is a double-action 6-shot revolver chambered primarily for the .357 Magnum cartridge built on Colt's large I-frame. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up. This Colt Python was made in 1961 and features a 6" barrel with full lug & vent-rib, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, Patridge front sight with double pins, Royal blue finish, checkered walnut flat-butt grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion inlay and grooved trigger. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1893 Marlin, Model 1891, 22 RF, Lever-Action, SN - 88748

Lot # 42      

The Model 1891 lever-action repeater was manufactured from 1891 to 1897 with only 19,000 rifles manufactured in all. It is a small-framed model that was offered in both ...more.22 and the then popular .32 rimfire calibers. Early variants used a loading gate on the side of the receiver. After approximately 1893, a tube-type loading system was used with inner and outer magazine tubes, like so many subsequent .22 rimfire rifles of various makes made to this day. This Model 1891 was made in 1893 and features a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 24" octagon barrel, dovetailed front & rear sight, full-length magazine tube and quick take-down screw on the right side of the receiver. This gun is showing age but appears to be original, retains a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1969 Colt, Officers' Model Match, Fifth Issue (6"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 88670

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In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officers' Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this unde...morer several names. The Officers' Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officers' models were always the favorite of the champions and Colts held all the records. The Officers' Model, First Issue: Introduced in 1904 and produced until 1908. The Officers' Model, Second Issue: Made from 1908 to 1926. The Officers' Model Target, Third Issue: Introduced in 1927 and made until 1949. The Officers' Model Special, Fourth issue: Made only from 1949 to 1952. The Officers' Model Match, Fifth Issue: Made from 1953 to 1969. The Officers' Model Match Mark III, Sixth issue: Only made 496 in 1969 to 1971. This Officers' Model Match Fifth Issue was made in 1969 (Transition Year) and sports a 6" heavy barrel, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, Patridge front sight with double pins, checkered walnut flat-butt grips with silver Roaring Colt medallion inlay, grooved backstrap, grooved trigger and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1920's Marlin, Model 39 "Star", 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - 11943

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The Marlin Model 39 was introduced in 1922 and made until the introduction of the model 39A in 1939. The Model 39 series of take-down lever-action .22 rifles represent th...moree oldest shoulder firearm design in the world that has been in continuous production. An amazing variety of guns sharing the same enduring Model 39 action have been produced. The utility, handiness, sleek lines, accuracy and ease of operation of these rifles place them solidly among the classics. The Model 39 started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever-action rifle ever chambered in .22LR and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the Model 1892 due to the difficulties of receiver feeding the small rimfire round. The 1892 gave way to the takedown Model 1897 which became the Model 39 in 1921 and then the Model 39A in 1939. Model 39s with a "star" stamped on tang were considered high grade guns by factory inspectors. This Model 39 "Star" was made in circa 1922-1927 and features a smooth walnut stock with pistol grip, 24" octagon barrel, case hardened receiver, tang adjustable flip-up peep sight, rear dovetail with insert, flip-up ring front sight, quick take-down screw on the right side of the receiver and black checkered buttpad. This gun is in nice condition with various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1978 Colt, Diamondback (4"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - R19644

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Colt introduced the double-action Diamondback as a deluxe model in 1966. The design was inspired by the successful Colt Python. The Diamondback is a scaled-down version o...moref the Python with a wide serrated target hammer, ventilated rib, fully adjustable target sights and full-length barrel underlug. It was offered in 22 LR & 38 Special with 2.5", 4", or 6" barrels. While the Python is built on Colt's "I frame," the Diamondback is built on the smaller "D frame," as used in the Detective Special. The Diamondback was dropped from production in 1988. This Colt Diamondback was made in 1978 and features a 4" vent-rib barrel, polished bluing, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut flat-butt grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion inlay and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1940 Marlin, Model 39A, 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - B1076

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The Model 39 series of take-down lever-action .22 rifles represent the oldest shoulder firearm design in the world that has been in continuous production. An amazing vari...moreety of guns sharing the same enduring Model 39 action have been produced. The utility, handiness, sleek lines, accuracy and ease of operation of these rifles place them solidly among the classics. The Model 39 started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever-action rifle ever chambered in .22LR and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the Model 1892, due to the difficulties of receiver feeding the small rimfire round. The 1892 gave way to the takedown Model 1897 which became the Model 39 in 1921 and then the Model 39A in 1939. The 39A was produced until 1983 when the current Golden 39A was introduced. This Model 39A was made in circa 1940-1941 and sports a case hardened receiver, smooth walnut stock with pistol grip, black ribbed buttpad, 24" round barrel, tang adjustable flip-up peep sight, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight and quick take-down screw on the right side of the receiver. This gun is in nice condition with various light wear, has a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1979 Colt, Trooper MK III (6"), 22 Magnum R.F., Revolver (W/ Box), SN - Y9681

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Introduced to the firearms market in 1953, the Trooper and its high-end cousin, the .357 Magnum, were introduced with the intention of addressing the medium frame revolve...morer market as law enforcement officers had long complained about the weight of earlier models. The Trooper was made in three different variants/production runs - Original Trooper 1953 - 1969, Trooper MK III 1969 - 1983 & Trooper MKV 1982 - 1986. Intended to be the first major advancement of Colt's designs since the beginning of the 20th century, the MK IIIs used a new "J" frame and had no parts interchangeability with older models. The new revolvers employed transfer-bar lockwork system so that the revolver could fire only if the trigger was deliberately pulled completely to the rear. The springs used in the MK IIIs internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel. A new ammunition chambering option, the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, also became available for the first time but was only produced in special production runs - very low production. This Trooper MK III 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire was made in 1979 and features a polished Royal Blue finish, 6" ribbed barrel, Patridge-style pinned front sight, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, case hardened hammer, checkered walnut flat-butt target grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion and 6-shot swing out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/clean bore (possibly unfired), appears to be in good working order and comes in original box with paperwork (No Manual Was Found). Gerald H. Miller Estate

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Circa 1920 Marlin, Model 27-S, 25-20 Win., Pump

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The Marlin Model 27-S started out as the Model 27 in 1909, and with an improved safety, was named the 27-S in about 1911. It was made up to WWI and again after the war un...moretil 1932. The calibers were .25-20, .32-20, and .25 Rim Fire. They were available in either full octagon or round barrels. Special sights, checkering, and engraving were optional on earlier guns. Only straight grip models were made. One unique feature of the Model 27 & 27-S was a sliding button on right side of receiver which permits the gun to be opened while a cartridge is in the chamber. This Model 27-S sports a smooth walnut stock with ribbed forearm, crescent metal buttplate, 23.5" barrel, white diamond semi-buckhorn adjustable elevator rear sporting sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is in nice condition with various light wear, has a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1982 Colt, Trooper MK III (8"), 22 LR, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - Y18660

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Introduced to the firearms market in 1953, the Trooper and its high-end cousin, the .357 Magnum, were introduced with the intention of addressing the medium frame revolve...morer market as law enforcement officers had long complained about the weight of earlier models. The Trooper was made in three different variants/production runs - Original Trooper 1953 - 1969, Trooper MK III 1969 - 1983 & Trooper MKV 1982 - 1986. Intended to be the first major advancement of Colt's designs since the beginning of the 20th century, the MK IIIs used a new "J" frame and had no parts interchangeability with older models. The new revolvers employed transfer-bar lock work system so that the revolver could fire only if the trigger was deliberately pulled completely to the rear. The springs used in the MK III's internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel. This Trooper MK III was made in 1982 and features a polished Royal Blue finish, 8" ribbed barrel, Patridge-style pinned front sight, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, case hardened hammer, checkered walnut flat-butt target grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion and 6-shot swing out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with light wear box wear, has a perfect sharp/clean bore (possibly unfired), appears to be in good working order and comes in original box with paperwork. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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Circa 1920 Marlin, Model 27-S, 32-20 Win., Pump

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The Marlin Model 27-S started out as the Model 27 in 1909, and with an improved safety was named the 27-S in about 1911. It was made up to WWI, and again after the war un...moretil 1932. The calibers were .25-20, .32-20, and .25 Rim Fire. They were available in either full octagon or round barrels. Special sights, checkering, and engraving were optional on earlier guns, only straight grip models were made. One unique feature of the Model 27 & 27-S was a sliding button on right side of receiver which permits the gun to be opened while a cartridge is in the chamber. This Model 27-S sports a smooth walnut stock with ribbed forearm, crescent metal buttplate, 24" barrel, semi-buckhorn adjustable elevator rear sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is in nice condition with various light wear, has a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1939 Colt, Woodsman Match Target, First Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - MT5675

Lot # 51      

The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1...more955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target. The Match Target Model debuted in 1938 and featured a heavier barrel with a one-piece wrap-around grip known as the "elephant ear." A "Bullseye" Icon was roll marked into the slide lending the nickname "Bullseye Match Target". This Colt Woodsman "Bullseye" Match Target First Series was made in 1939 and sports a 6.75" target barrel, checkered walnut "elephant ear" grips with silver Roaring Colt medallion inlay, dovetailed adjustable u-notch rear sight, dual pin Patridge front sight and comes in custom wooden case. This gun is in nice original condition with some light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1936 Winchester, Model 42 (SKEET - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 22947

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grad. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1936 and sports a 26" solid-rib SKEET barrel chambered for 3" shells (first year for 3" chambering), walnut English stock with fluted comb & outlined checkering, black checkered butt pad, ivory bead mid-sight, red bead front sight and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1954 Colt, Woodsman Match Target, Second Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - 139685-S

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The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1...more955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target. Second Series production started after WWII, in 1948, with all three models remaining the same, but were built on a longer heavier frame and had a magazine safety, automatic slide stop and magazine release located at the rear of the trigger guard. This Woodsman Match Target Second Series was made in 1954 and sports a 6" full lug target barrel, checkered grips with right hand thumb rest, adjustable u-notch rear sight, dual pin Patridge front sight and ribbed front & rear straps. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1949 Winchester, Model 42 (MOD - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 77828

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1949 and sports a 26" MOD barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black grip cap, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1963 Colt, Woodsman Match Target, Third Series (4.5"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - 202557-S

Lot # 55      

The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1...more955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target. In 1955 Colt changed the design of the Woodsman and started production of the Third Series. The three Models remained the same, but the markings, grips and sights underwent slight changes. The most significant was relocating the magazine release from the rear of the trigger guard to the heel of the grip as on the first series. This Woodsman Match Target Third Series was made in 1963 and sports a 4.5" full lug target barrel, checkered walnut grips with right hand thumb rest, adjustable u-notch rear sight pinned to the channel, dual pin Patridge front sight and ribbed front & rear straps. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1949 Winchester, Model 42 (MOD - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 80224

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1949 and sports a 26" MOD barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1980 Colt, Service Model Ace, 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - SM30628

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The Colt Ace, or Colt Service Model Ace, is a 22 caliber 1911 semi-automatic, originally designed as a U.S. Military Training Pistol. The original Colt Ace was first intr...moreoduced in 1931 and produced through the beginning of World War II. In 1978, Colt reintroduced an Ace Service Model, which was produced until 1982. This 2nd Generation Colt Ace was made in 1980 and features a 4.75" stainless barrel, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, grip safety with serrated strap, checkered walnut grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion inlay, polished blued finish, serrated slide and 10-round magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light box wear, has a perfect bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in box with paperwork.

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1950 Winchester, Model 42 (MOD - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 93449

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1950 and sports a 26" solid-rib MOD barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1925 Colt, 1903 Pocket Hammerless Type III, 32 ACP, Semi-Auto, (W/ Box), SN - 449895

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The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless is a .32 ACP caliber, self-loading, semi-automatic pistol produced from 1903 to 1945. Despite the title "hammerless", the Model 1903...more does have a hammer, which is covered and hidden from view under the rear of the slide. This allows the pistol to be carried in and withdrawn from a pocket quickly and smoothly without snagging. During its production run, it was manufactured in five different types which signify minor design changes. Many gangsters of the pre-World War II era favored the Model 1903 because they were relatively small and easily concealed. It is said that Al Capone always kept one in his coat pocket, and Bonnie Parker used one to break Clyde Barrow out of jail after smuggling it into the jail by taping it to her thigh. This Model 1903 Type III sports a 3.75" barrel with integrated bushing, dovetailed rear sight, safety grip, black checkered grips and comes in unmarked brown box with manual & cleaning tool. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1960 Winchester, Model 42 (MOD - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 157161

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1960 and sports a 26" MOD barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1926 Colt, 1908 Pocket Hammerless Type III - Nickel, 380 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 80289

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The Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless self-loading, semi-automatic pistol is the .380 ACP caliber variant of the Model 1903 produced from 1908 to 1945. Despite the title ...more"hammerless", the Model 1908 does have a hammer, which is covered and hidden from view under the rear of the slide. This allows the pistol to be carried in and withdrawn from a pocket quickly and smoothly without snagging. During its production run, it was manufactured in five different types, which signify minor design changes. General George S. Patton was presented with a Model 1908 from the U.S. Government that was embellished with three (later four) stars on the grip panels to denote his rank. This Model 1908 Type III sports a nickel finish, 3.75" barrel with integrated bushing, dovetailed rear sight, safety grip and pearl grips. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1947 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 60302

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1947 and sports a 26" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1956 Smith & Wesson, Cased Pre-29 "Five Screw" (4" Nickel), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - S168521

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The Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum (Pre-Model 29) is a double-action revolver that was introduced to much fanfare in 1955 as the “most powerful handgun in the world”. Built on...more Smith & Wesson's heavy "N" frame, the ".44 Magnum" was an immediate success and became an iconic symbol for Smith & Wesson. Smith & Wesson made a relatively small number of the early revolvers before deleting the upper sideplate screw, making the .44 a “four screw” rather than the original five. In 1957 the .44 Magnum became the Model 29. This circa 1956 .44 Magnum Pre-29 sports a factory nickel "5-Screw" frame (screw 1 is under right grip), 4" lugged barrel, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, dual pin ramped front sight with red insert, case hardened serrated hammer, case hardened grooved trigger, smooth walnut flat-butt target grips with gold S&W medallion inlay, 6-shot swing-out cylinder and comes in original wooden presentation case with blue lining & cleaning kit. This gun is in beautiful condition with light wear, has a sharp bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1956 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 28"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 140261

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1956 and sports a 28" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1957 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 28"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 144198

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1957 and sports a 28" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1950 Smith & Wesson, 1 Of 100, Pre-36 Chief's Special 2" Target, 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 57766

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The Smith & Wesson Model 36 (also known as the Chief's Special) is a small "J" frame double-action revolver chambered for .38 Special that was introduced in 1950 and is s...moretill in production today. It was produced as the "Chiefs Special" until 1957 when it then became the Model 36. The "Chiefs Special" continued to be manufactured as a separate variant. According to the Smith & Wesson Historical Foundation, 100 of these revolvers were manufactured in 1950 only with a 2" barrel & target sights, within a batch of serial numbers between 55050 & 57919. This rare variation is considered to be a "Holy Grail" among Smith & Wesson collectors. Although these Pre-36 2" Targets have been faked, we have reached out to Smith & Wesson expert and renowned author Roy Jinks, who has verified that this gun was one of the 100 shipped out as a 2" Target. A Letter Of Authenticity could be acquired by contacting the Smith & Wesson Historical Foundation. This gun also sports a polished blue finish, serrated hammer, ribbed trigger, checkered Magna-Style walnut grips with silver S&W medallion inlay and 5-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1948 Smith & Wesson, K32 Masterpiece (Pre-16), 32 S&W Long, Revolver, SN - K66080

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The "K" frame .32 S&W Long double-action revolver was made from 1935 to 1983, although production was halted during WWII and was assigned Model No. 16 in 1957. The sleek ...morerevolver was part of a trio of guns the company called the "Masterpiece" models (K22, K32 & K38). The S&W Masterpiece series were intended for bullseye competition, and S&W even matched the weight of the three models by changing the barrel profile. Our research of the serial number on this K32 Pre-Model 16 suggests that it was made in 1948 and was shipped out in 1949. Features include a 6" ribbed barrel, 5-screw frame, adjustable u-notch rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned front blade sight, checkered Magna-Style walnut grips with silver S&W medallion inlay, case hardened serrated hammer, case hardened ribbed trigger with shoe and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear at the muzzle, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1962 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 162530

Lot # 68      

The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes, which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. This Model 42 was made in 1962 and sports a 26" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered butt pad, silver bead front sight and 14" LOP. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1990 Smith & Wesson, Model 16-4, 32 H&R Magnum, Revolver (New-In-Box), SN - BFS3540

Lot # 69      

The K32 Masterpiece (Model 16) debuted in 1935 and was chambered in .32 S&W Long caliber. Production ceased during World War II, and the revolver was reintroduced in 1947...more. It was part of a trio of guns the company called the "Masterpiece" models (K22, K32 & K38). The S&W Masterpiece series were intended for bullseye competition and S&W even matched the weight of the three models by changing the barrel profile. The Model 16 was produced in several variations/updates through the years. Each variation was given a "dash" after the model number which signified a change or modification in the design. This Model 16-4 was made in 1990 and is chambered for the very desirable 32 H&R Magnum cartridge. Features include a 5 7/8" ribbed barrel with full length lug, adjustable u-notch rear sight, pinned blade front sight, smooth walnut combat grips with silver S&W medallion inlay & gloss finish, case hardened serrated hammer, case hardened ribbed trigger, polished blue finish and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun appears to be new/ unfired with no wear and a perfect bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in original box with paperwork and cleaning kit. David E. Walker Estate

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1964 Remington, Model 11-48 (IC & FULL - 25"), 410 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 4134257

Lot # 70      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1964 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ grooved forearm & gloss finish, 25" FULL high vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, 25" IMP CYL vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, black grip cap with duck-in-flight, jeweled bolt, chrome shell lifter, 3" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1968 Smith & Wesson, Model 46, 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box/ Magazines/ Weight), SN - 93404

Lot # 71      

The Smith & Wesson Model 46 is a semi-automatic pistol that was introduced an 1959 as the civilian version of the Model 41 Target Pistol. It was designed with a 105 deg...moreree grip angle and with National Pistol Matches in mind which were very popular in the 1940s - 1960s. Only 4,000 Model 46s were manufactured when production ended in 1968. This Model 46 was made in circa 1968 and sports a 7" barrel, blued-steel construction, adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight and checkered Bakelite grips with flared flat bottom & finger rests. This gun comes in original box with (2) single-column 10-round detachable magazines, Olympic barrel weight, cleaning kit and paperwork. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1964 Remington, Model 11-48 (IC & FULL - 25"), 410 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 4147586

Lot # 72      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1964 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ grooved forearm & gloss finish, 25" FULL high vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, black grip cap with duck-in-flight, chrome shell lifter, 3" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1967 Smith & Wesson, Model 41, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, (W/ Box & Magazines), SN - 45833

Lot # 73      

The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle, the same...more as the Colt M1911 pistol to maintain a consistent grip angle. In July 1947, two prototypes—numbered X-41 and X-42—were produced, tested, and improved for the next 10 years. In 1957, the Model 41 was made available to the public. The Model 41 was designed with National Pistol Matches in mind, which were very popular in the 1940s - 1960s. Barrels are honed and button-rifled for accuracy, and have a reputation for being the most accurate available for a handgun. In 1992, the Model 41 was dropped from production. In 1994, Smith & Wesson returned it to production as the Model 41 (New Model). This Model 41 was made in circa 1967 and sports a 7" barrel, polished blued-steel construction, adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, 1.5" ported muzzle brake, checkered walnut grips with flared flat bottom & finger rests, 12-groove front strap and cocking indicator. This gun comes in original box with (2) single-column 10-round detachable magazines and paperwork. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1964 Remington, Model 11-48SC (SKEET - 25"), 28 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 4009702

Lot # 74      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1964 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ grooved forearm & gloss finish, 25" SKEET high vent-rib barrel with silver mid-bead sight & silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, silver grip cap with floral pattern, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1969 Smith & Wesson, Model 41, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, (W/ Box & Magazines), SN - 113029

Lot # 75      

The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle, the same...more as the Colt M1911 pistol to maintain a consistent grip angle. In July 1947, two prototypes—numbered X-41 and X-42—were produced, tested, and improved for the next 10 years. In 1957, the Model 41 was made available to the public. The Model 41 was designed with National Pistol Matches in mind, which were very popular in the 1940s - 1960s. Barrels are honed and button-rifled for accuracy, and have a reputation for being the most accurate available for a handgun. In 1992, the Model 41 was dropped from production. In 1994, Smith & Wesson returned it to production as the Model 41 (New Model). This Model 41 was made in circa 1969 and sports a 7" barrel, polished blued-steel construction, adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, 1.5" ported muzzle brake, checkered walnut grips with flared flat bottom & finger rests and 12-groove front strap. This gun comes in original box with (2) single-column 10-round detachable magazines. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1967 Remington, Model 11-48 (MOD - 25"), 28 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 4013861

Lot # 76      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1967 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ grooved forearm & gloss finish, 25" MOD high vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, black grip cap with duck-in-flight, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1975 Smith & Wesson, Model 41, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, (W/ Box & Magazine), SN - A290749

Lot # 77      

The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle, the same...more as the Colt M1911 pistol to maintain a consistent grip angle. In July 1947, two prototypes—numbered X-41 and X-42—were produced, tested, and improved for the next 10 years. In 1957, the Model 41 was made available to the public. The Model 41 was designed with National Pistol Matches in mind, which were very popular in the 1940s - 1960s. Barrels are honed and button-rifled for accuracy, and have a reputation for being the most accurate available for a handgun. In 1992, the Model 41 was dropped from production. In 1994, Smith & Wesson returned it to production as the Model 41 (New Model). This Model 41 was made in circa 1975 and sports a 7" barrel, polished blued-steel construction, adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, 1.5" ported muzzle brake, checkered walnut grips with flared flat bottom & finger rests and 12-groove front strap. This gun comes in original box with (1) single-column 10-round detachable magazine, cleaning kit and manual. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1967 Remington, Model 11-48 (MOD - 25"), 28 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 4013513

Lot # 78      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1967 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ grooved forearm & gloss finish, 25" MOD barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, black grip cap with duck-in-flight, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1972 Smith & Wesson, Model 41, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, (W/ Box, Magazines & Sport Barrel), SN - A190860

Lot # 79      

The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a semi-automatic pistol developed after World War II as a competitive target pistol. It was designed with a 105 degree grip angle, the same...more as the Colt M1911 pistol to maintain a consistent grip angle. In July 1947, two prototypes—numbered X-41 and X-42—were produced, tested, and improved for the next 10 years. In 1957, the Model 41 was made available to the public. The Model 41 was designed with National Pistol Matches in mind which were very popular in the 1940s - 1960s. Barrels are honed and button-rifled for accuracy and have a reputation for being the most accurate available for a handgun. In 1992, the Model 41 was dropped from production. In 1994, Smith & Wesson returned it to production as the Model 41 (New Model). This Model 41 was made in circa 1972 and sports a 5.5" barrel, also comes with 5" sporting barrel, polished blued-steel construction, adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, checkered walnut grips with flared flat bottom & finger rests and 12-groove front strap. This gun comes in original box with (2) single-column 10-round detachable magazines and manual. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1954 Remington, Model 11-48 (FULL - 28"), 20 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 5848727

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The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1954 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, 28" FULL vent-rib barrel with white bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1978 Smith & Wesson, 1 Of 701 - Cased 39-2 "Connecticut State Police", 9mm Luger, SN - A562633

Lot # 81      

This Special Edition Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 is 1 of 701 manufactured in 1978 to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Connecticut State Police Department. This was t...morehe first S&W Commemorative issued with a fully adjustable rear sight and was the only Model 39 Commemorative ever issued. Features include a nickel plated slide, nickel plated magazine floor plate, black anodized frame, smooth Goncalo Alves factory grips with silver S&W medallion inlays, checkered back strap and lanyard ring. The Smith & Wesson Model 39 is a semi-automatic double action/single action pistol manufactured from 1954 to 1983. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light box wear, has a sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in wooden display case with (2) magazines.

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1959 Remington, Model 11-48 (FULL - 28"), 16 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 5555379

Lot # 82      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1959 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, 28" FULL vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in good condition with various light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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Circa 1915 Smith & Wesson, 3rd Model "Perfected Target", 22 LR, Single-Shot (W/ Holster), SN - 6807

Lot # 83      

The Smith & Wesson Third Model "Perfected Target Pistol" is a double-action, single-shot, break-action design manufactured from 1909 to 1923 with only 6,949 produced. The...more "Perfected Target Pistol" was commonly used in Olympic Pistol Matches of this era by U.S. and foreign contenders. Smith & Wesson Single-Shot Target Pistols produced in four models: 1st Model, produced 1893-1905, was a single-action pistol, an offshoot of the .38 Single-Action 3rd Model revolver: 2nd Model, produced 1905-1909, was a single-action pistol, generally similar in outward appearance to the 1st Model, but without the recoil shield or other revolver attributes: 3rd Model, produced 1909-1923, incorporated a different action, adopted from the .38 Double Action Perfected Model revolver, allowing operation in either single or double action: 4th Model "Straight Line," produced from 1925-1936, was of an entirely different design. This Third Model "Perfected Target Pistol" was made in circa 1915 and sports a 10" ribbed barrel, high polish blue finish, case hardened hammer & trigger, checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallions inlays and pinned front sight. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes with Iver-Johnson brown leather holster.

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1956 Smith & Wesson, Model 43 "Airweight", 22 LR, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 115596

Lot # 85      

Introduced in 1955 as the .22/.32 Kit Gun "Airweight", the Smith & Wesson Model 43 is double-action, "J" frame revolver built on an aluminum frame with an aluminum cylind...moreer. It was named the Model 43 in 1957 and was produced until 1974. This Model 43 "Airweight" was made in circa 1956 and sports a 3.5" ribbed barrel, checkered walnut Magna grips, black anodized finish, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, case hardened hammer/ trigger, 6-shot swing-out cylinder and comes in blue box. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1951 Remington, Sportsman '48 (FULL - 28"), 20 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 3815781

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The Remington Sportsman '48 was a variant of the Model 11-48 manufactured from 1949 to 1968 and was introduced to comply with various American hunting laws that limited s...morehotguns used for hunting to three shells. This Sportsman '48 was made in 1951, and features an outlined checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & oiled finish, black grip cap with duck-in-flight, 28" FULL barrel with silver bead front sight, serrated receiver top, black ribbed buttpad, chrome shell lifter, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1951 Remington, Model 11-48 (MOD - 28"), 12 Ga., Semi-Auto (W/ Manual), SN - 5057821

Lot # 86      

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1951 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, 28" MOD barrel with silver bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber, 14" LOP and comes with manual. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1973 Smith & Wesson, 14-3 Masterpiece Single-Action, 38 Special (W/ Letter & Box), SN - 3K97394

Lot # 87      

Introduced in 1947 as the K-38 Target Masterpiece, the Smith & Wesson Model 14 is a six-shot, double-action revolver with adjustable open sights built on the medium-size ...more"K" frame and chambered for the .38 Special cartridge. It was named the Model 14 in 1957 when all Smith & Wesson revolvers were given numerical model numbers. In 1961 a Single-Action Only variant was introduced that was manufactured in low productions runs, and as special order until 1978. The Model 14 underwent several minor changes and updates during its production run, which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 14-1, 14-2, etc.). This Model 14-3 comes with a “Letter of Authenticity” from the Smith & Wesson Historical Foundation, signed by historian & author Roy Jinks, stating. "This Model 14-3 K38 Masterpiece, Single-Action Only Variation, was shipped from the Smith & Wesson factory on July 3, 1973, and delivered to Harvan Sporting Goods Co., New York City, NY". Features include a 6" ribbed barrel, single-action only case hardened target hammer, case hardened target trigger, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut Magna grips, polished blue finish and ribbed front & rear straps. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired), appears to be in good working order and comes in original box with paperwork & cleaning kit.

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1958 Remington, Model 11-48 (FULL - 28"), 12 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 5166151

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The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1958 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, 28" FULL vent-rib barrel with brass bead mid-sight, white bead front sight, black ribbed buttpad, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun is in good condition with various light wear and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1960 Smith & Wesson, K22 Masterpiece Model 17, 22 LR, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - K393023

Lot # 89      

The Smith & Wesson Model 17 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for .22 LR, built on a medium-sized K-frame, that started out life as part the company's Pre-W...moreWII Hand Ejector Series in the 1930s. It was designed as a target revolver and could be ordered in the 1960s from S&W with "The Three T's" : Target Trigger, Target Hammer and Target Grips. This Model 17 was made in 1960 and sports a 6" ribbed barrel, case hardened target hammer, case hardened target trigger, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut Magna grips, polished blue finish and ribbed front & rear straps. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in box.

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1964 Remington, Model 11-48 (FULL - 30"), 12 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 5216034

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The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun advertised as the "New Generation" semi-automatic. It was produced after World War II as a replacement for the Remin...moregton Model 11 and was manufactured from 1949 to 1968. This 11-48 was made in 1964 and features a checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, 30" FULL vent-rib barrel with brass bead mid-sight, red fiber-optic front sight, brown White Line recoil pad with white/ black spacers, chrome shell lifter, 2 3/4" chamber and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in good condition with various wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1935 Smith & Wesson, First Model K22 Outdoorsman Pre-17, 22 LR, SN - 844399

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The first of Smith & Wesson's "K22" series of revolvers was named the "Outdoorsman", and was produced from 1931 to 1939. The name was changed to Masterpiece with the Seco...morend Model in 1940. After WWII, production of the Third Model K-22 Masterpiece began in 1946 and lasted until 1957, at which time it was given the Model number 17. It is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for .22 LR and built on a medium-sized K-frame. This First Model K22 Outdoorsman was made in circa 1935, and sports a 6" barrel, checkered walnut presentation grips, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned Patridge front sight, case hardened serrated hammer, case hardened ribbed trigger and ribbed front & rear straps. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1979 Remington, 1100LW Combo (Skeet/ Mod/ FULL), 20 Ga., Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - N059589K

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The Remington Model 1100 was first produced in 1963 and was the first auto loading shotgun to utilize a gas cycling operation. This new design not only revolutionized mod...moreern shotguns, but it has amazing durability and led to the Remington 1100 being the best selling auto-loading shotgun in history with more than four million sold. When the Model 1100 became available in all four competitive skeet bores in 1969, it literally took over the sport. During the 1970s and 80s, Model 1100s often accounted for sixty to seventy percent of shotguns in use at major skeet shoots. This Remington Model 1100 Lightweight 20 gauge was made in 1979 and comes with (3) barrels: 26" SKEET with vent-rib, silver-mid bead sight and white-bead front bead sight; 28" MOD with vent-rib and silver-bead front sight; 28" FULL with vent-rib and silver-bead front sight. Other features include a gold filled engraved receiver with scroll pattern on each side, checkered walnut stock with fleur-de-lis pattern/ fluted comb/ contoured forearm & gloss finish, black grip cap with white diamond inlay & white spacer, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, silver locking tab action button, 14" LOP, 2 3/4" chamber and comes in original box. This gun is in beautiful condition throughout with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1920's Smith & Wesson, 22 Heavy Frame Target (Bekeart Model), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 408816

Lot # 93      

On April 25, 1911, well-known San Francisco, California firearms dealer, Phil Bekeart, special ordered 1,050 Smith & Wesson .22 caliber target revolvers built on a .32 ca...morel heavier frame. The order for the 1st production run of 1,050 "Bekeart Models" began on July 10, 1911. This 22/32 variant became so popular that Smith & Wesson added them to their regular production in 1915, known as the “Bekeart” .22 Heavy Frame Target (HFT), until 1930 when it was changed to the “22/32 Target”. This Bekeart-Style 22 Heavy Frame Target was made in the 1920s and sports a double-action trigger, 6" barrel, checkered flat butt walnut grips, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned Patridge front sight, serrated case hardened hammer, ribbed case hardened trigger and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is excellent condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1983 Remington, 1100LW Combo (IC/ Mod), 20 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - N789876K

Lot # 94      

The Remington Model 1100 was first produced in 1963 and was the first auto loading shotgun to utilize a gas cycling operation. This new design not only revolutionized mod...moreern shotguns, but it has amazing durability and led to the Remington 1100 being the best selling auto-loading shotgun in history with more than four million sold. When the Model 1100 became available in all four competitive skeet bores in 1969, it literally took over the sport. During the 1970s and 80s, Model 1100s often accounted for sixty to seventy percent of shotguns in use at major skeet shoots. This Remington Model 1100 Lightweight 20 gauge was made in 1983 and comes with (2) barrels: 21" IMP CYL smooth slug with adjustable ramp rear sight and ramped dovetail front sight; 28" MOD with vent-rib and silver bead front sight. Other features include an engraved receiver with scroll pattern on each side, checkered walnut stock with fleur-de-lis pattern/ fluted comb/ contoured forearm & gloss finish, black grip cap with white diamond inlay & white spacer, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, silver locking tab action button, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in beautiful condition throughout with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Randall T. Friday Estate

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1973 Smith & Wesson, Model 51 (.22/.32 Kit Gun Magnum), 22 MRF, Revolver, SN - M60538

Lot # 95      

The Smith & Wesson Model 51 (.22/.32 Kit Gun Magnum) is a 22 Magnum Rimfire variant of the Model 34 that was introduced in 1960 and discontinued in 1974. They were built ...moreon S&W's I-Frame and were named "Kit Guns" because they were small enough to be carried inside a hunter or fisherman’s kit bag. This Model 51 was made in circa 1973 and sports a 3.5" barrel, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, front blade sight, checkered walnut grips with brass S&W medallion inlay, serrated case hardened hammer, ribbed case hardened trigger, and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp clean bore and appears to be in good working order. David E. Walker Estate

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1963 Remington, 1100 (IC - 26"), 20 Ga., Semi-Auto, SN - 93005X

Lot # 96      

The Remington 1100 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun that has always been popular among sportsmen. It was first introduced in 1963. As of 1983, it was the best sel...moreling autoloading shotgun in U.S. history in dollar terms. This Remington Model 1100 20 gauge was made in 1963 and features 26" IMP CYL vent-rib barrel with silver bead front sight, engraved receiver with scroll pattern on each side, checkered walnut stock with fleur-de-lis pattern/ fluted comb/ contoured forearm & gloss finish, black grip cap with white diamond inlay & white spacer, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, silver locking tab action button, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1936 Hi-Standard, Model "B" Sporting Pistol (6.75"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - 25768

Lot # 97      

The High Standard Mfg. Co. was officially founded in 1926. Throughout the firms history, they produced many 22 caliber semi-automatic pistols in many different model numb...moreers, but all were very similar, differing only in barrel weight and the types of grip plates used. When the United States entered World War II in 1941, High Standard received a contract to build 22 RF training pistols for the government. The firm chose their Model "B" Sporting Pistol, which was first introduced in 1932, to fill this order because of its simple notch-and-blade sights and grip angle which was very similar to the M1911 Government Model. Early versions retained their civilian appearance, but beginning around serial number 99261 the shape of the frame was modified slightly resulting in the Model "B-US". This Model "B" was made in 1936 and features a 6.75" barrel, black checkered grips, 10-round magazine and comes in original green-lid box with hangtag & wooden cleaning rod. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1890 Colt, Lightning Rifle, 22 S L, Pump, SN - 11988

Lot # 98      

The Colt Lightning Rifle is a slide-action rifle manufactured from 1884 until 1904 and was originally chambered in .44-40 caliber. Colt eventually made the Lightning Rifl...moree in three different frame sizes (small, medium & large), to accommodate a wide range of cartridges from .22 Short caliber and .38-40 to .50-95 Express. The Lightning saw use as a sporting arm in America and was adopted for use by the San Francisco Police Department, but was never as popular or as reliable as the various lever-action rifles of its day. The medium-frame Colt Lightning Magazine Rifle was manufactured between 1884 and 1904 with 89,777 produced. The small-frame Lightning (also referred to as "Second Model Colt Lightning") was manufactured between 1887 and 1904 with 89,912 produced. The large-frame Lightning (also called the "Express Model") was manufactured between 1887 and 1894 with 6,496 produced. This Small-Frame Lightning "Second Model" was manufactured in 1890 and sports a 24" octagon barrel, smooth walnut stock with contoured/ checkered slide, dovetailed sights and black checkered buttpad. This gun is showing age, but overall is in nice condition with bluing fade, retains a good bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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1935 Hi-Standard, Model "B" Sporting Pistol (4.5"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - 11951

Lot # 99      

The High Standard Mfg. Co. was officially founded in 1926. Throughout the firms history, they produced many 22 caliber semi-automatic pistols in many different model numb...moreers, but all were very similar, differing only in barrel weight and the types of grip plates used. When the United States entered World War II in 1941, High Standard received a contract to build 22 RF training pistols for the government. The firm chose their Model "B" Sporting Pistol, which was first introduced in 1932, to fill this order because of its simple notch-and-blade sights and grip angle which was very similar to the M1911 Government Model. Early versions retained their civilian appearance, but beginning around serial number 99261 the shape of the frame was modified slightly, resulting in the Model "B-US". This Model "B" was made in 1935 and features a 4.5" barrel, black checkered grips, 10-round magazine and comes in brown cardboard flip-top box. This gun is in nice condition with some bluing fade, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Gerald H. Miller Estate

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