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Ohio Ordnance Works - Browning (BAR) Model 1918A3-SLR, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 2178

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Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). OHIO ORDNANCE INFO: The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) Model 1918 was developed by John M. Brow...morening in 1917. Approximately 350,000 were produced through the end of World War II. Ohio Ordnance Works, Inc. produces a semi-automatic reproduction (M1918A3 based on WWII version) of this venerable design so that you can own a piece of history. This is the only one of its kind in production anywhere in the world. It is manufactured with some of the original USGI WWI and WWII parts. For the last 21 years, Ohio Ordnance Works has taken great care in the building of each rifle. Only the highest quality new manufacture and USGI standard parts are used in its production. The receivers are machined from AISI 4140 steel billet on our state of the art CNC machining centers. Every rifle is fully assembled, inspected, test fired, and re-inspected under the direct supervision of a master armorer. SPECS: 24” CMV steel barrel with 1/10 twist rifling & .670-28 threaded muzzle, Phosphate finish, adjustable gas operated (closed bolt semi-automatic), walnut furniture, folding carry handle, adjustable folding leaf rear peep sight and reverse ramp type front blade sight. COMES WITH: Manual, front sight cover and bolt hold-open tool. This rifle does not include a magazine. Magazines, flash hiders, maintenance/ cleaning kits, custom hardcase, sling and many other accessories can be purchased from Ohio Ordnance Works online at https://www.oowinc.com/parts-accessories/1918a3/. CONDITION: This rifle is in good condition with some light surface wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. DISCLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1981 Colt Python (8"), 357 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - K36777

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According to Colt Archives Serial Number Database, this Python was produced in 1981. SPECS: 8" vent-rib barrel with full length lug & shrouded extractor rod, adjustable r...moreear sight pinned to the channel, dual-pinned ramped front sight, polished blued finish, checkered flat-butt walnut grips with gloss finish & Rampant Colt gold medallion inlays, serrated hammer and six-shot swing-out cylinder. COMES WITH: Original box (no manual). CONDITION: This one-owner gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order (exceptionally smooth action). HISTORY: The Colt Python was cataloged from 1955 to 2005, and then re-introduced in 2020. It was offered on a special order basis from Colt's Custom Shop until 2007. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors and 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. In recent years, early/ original Colt Pythons have become firmly seated at the "Collector Grade" table. These days, no "high end" firearms collection is complete without an original Python. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 6,000 - 1991 Browning Model 42 Grade V (Gold/ Engraved), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 03500NZ982

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These Special Edition Browning Grade V Model 42s were produced from 1991-1993 and only 6,000 were made. The serial number on this shotgun reflects a 1991 production. SPEC...moreS: Factory scroll engravings on each side of the receiver surrounding a gold-plated dog & pheasant scene (right)/ gold-plated waterfowl scene (left), gloss-finished select walnut checkered stock with double-diamond slide & fluted comb, blued steel grip cap, textured black buttplate, high gloss blued finish, 26" FULL barrel with high vent-rib & silver bead front sight, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 1/2" or 3" shells. CONDITION: This shotgun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect shiny/ clean bore (believed to be unfired) and appears to be in good working order. Does not include box. MODEL 42 HISTORY: 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 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. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1921 German DWM P.08 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster) SN - 2928a

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This German Military Issued P.08 Luger is marked "DWM" (manufactured by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken), "1921", along with German military proof stamps. This gun...more is numbers matching on all visible parts including magazine. This gun comes with a black leather shell holster that is marked under the flap "BAXXIII" (German army issued) and "E. DELACROIX/ BERLIN/ 1916". SPECS: 3.75" Barrel, checkered walnut grips, and wooden butt magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. P.08 HISTORY: In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reich's revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P.08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P.38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P.08 production by Mauser until December, 1943. The P.08 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. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 4,000 - 1990 Browning Model 12 Grade V (Gold/ Engraved), 28 Ga., Pump (W/ Box), SN - 00162NM...

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This Special Edition Browning Grade V Model 12 (28 gauge) is one of only 4,000 produced in 1990. SPECS: Factory scroll engravings on each side of the receiver surrounding...more a gold-plated dog & pheasant scene (right)/ gold-plated waterfowl scene (left), gloss-finished select walnut checkered stock with double-diamond slide & fluted comb, blued steel grip cap, textured black buttplate, high gloss blued finish, 26" MOD barrel with high vent-rib & silver bead front sight, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" shells. COMES WITH: Original box & paperwork. CONDITION: This shotgun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect shiny/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the collection of a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock unfired. MODEL 12 HISTORY: The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12) is an internal hammer pump-action shotgun with an external tube magazine and popularly named the "Perfect Repeater". With forged and machined steel parts, the ultimate reason for its discontinuation in 1964 was that it was too expensive to produce at a competitive price. Special production examples were produced by Winchester & Browning through specialized gun collector purchase programs, but the original "Perfect Repeater" shotgun was never mass produced after 1964. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1981 Colt Python - Nickle (4"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - K23805

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According to Colt Archives Serial Number Database, this Python was produced in 1981. SPECS: Nickle plated finish, 4" vent-rib barrel with full length lug & shrouded extra...morector rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, dual pinned ramped front sight with orange insert, checkered flat-butt walnut grips with gloss finish & Rampant Colt gold medallion inlays, serrated hammer and six-shot swing-out cylinder. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Colt Python was cataloged from 1955 to 2005, and then re-introduced in 2020. It was offered on a special order basis from Colt's Custom Shop until 2007. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors and 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. In recent years, early/ original Colt Pythons have become firmly seated at the "Collector Grade" table. These days, no "high end" firearms collection is complete without an original Python. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 4,000 - 1990 Browning Model 12 Grade V (Gold/ Engraved), 28 Ga., Pump, SN - 03197NM972

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This Special Edition Browning Grade V Model 12 (28 gauge) is one of only 4,000 produced in 1990. SPECS: Factory scroll engravings on each side of the receiver surrounding...more a gold-plated dog & pheasant scene (right)/ gold-plated waterfowl scene (left), gloss-finished select walnut checkered stock with double-diamond slide & fluted comb, blued steel grip cap, textured black buttplate, high gloss blued finish, 26" MOD barrel with high vent-rib & silver bead front sight, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" shells. CONDITION: This gun is believed to be new-old-stock unfired, but will have a couple small "dings" on the rib (not bent) and does not come with a box. This shotgun has a perfect shiny/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12) is an internal hammer pump-action shotgun with an external tube magazine and popularly named the "Perfect Repeater". With forged and machined steel parts, the ultimate reason for its discontinuation in 1964 was that it was too expensive to produce at a competitive price. Special production examples were produced by Winchester & Browning through specialized gun collector purchase programs, but the original "Perfect Repeater" shotgun was never mass produced after 1964. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1941 German Mauser (byf) Military P.08, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 9425y

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This WWII German Military P.08 Luger is marked "byf" (manufactured by Mauser), "41" (1941), (2) Eagle/655 & Eagle/Swastika (Mauser Military Proofs with Nazi acceptance) a...morend various Nazi Eagle proof stamps. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts with the exception of the trigger side-plate (plate is period correct) and the magazine, which has no SN markings. SPECS: 3.75" Barrel, checkered walnut grips and Bakelite bottom magazine with ""FXO" code and Nazi Eagle proofs. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reich's revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P.08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P.38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P.08 production by Mauser until December, 1943. The P.08 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. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 1,000 - 1993 Winchester Model 12 Grade IV (Gold/ Engraved), 20 Ga., Pump (W/ Box), SN - WMT0...

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This Special Edition Winchester Grade IV Model 12 (20 gauge) is one of only 1,000 produced in 1993. SPECS: Factory scroll engravings on each side of the receiver surround...moreing a gold-plated dog & pheasant scene (right)/ gold-plated waterfowl scene (left), satin-finished select walnut checkered stock with double-diamond slide & fluted comb, blued steel grip cap, checkered black buttplate, high gloss blued finish, 26" IMP CYL barrel with high vent-rib & white bead front sight, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" shells. CONDITION: This shotgun is new-in-box with manual & hangtag, has no box wear to speak of, has a perfect shiny/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12) is an internal hammer pump-action shotgun with an external tube magazine and popularly named the "Perfect Repeater". With forged and machined steel parts, the ultimate reason for its discontinuation in 1964 was that it was too expensive to produce at a competitive price. Special production examples were produced by Winchester & Browning through specialized gun collector purchase programs, but the original "Perfect Repeater" shotgun was never mass produced after 1964. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1994 Colt King Cobra - Stainless (6"), 357 Magnum/ 38 Spl., Revolver (W/ Box), SN - EK9461

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According to Colt Archives Serial Number Database, this King Cobra was produced in 1994. SPECS: Stainless steel finish, 6" ribbed barrel with full length lug & shrouded e...morextractor rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned ramped front sight with orange insert, checkered black rubber combat grips with Rampant Colt gold medallion inlays, serrated hammer and six-shot swing-out cylinder. COMES WITH: Original blue hardcase and paperwork. CONDITION: This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: First introduced in 1986, the Colt King Cobra is a medium frame double-action revolver with a design that is based upon that of an earlier Colt Trooper MK V. The King Cobra sported an improved heavier-duty barrel, full barrel length cylinder ejection rod protection shroud, and a thicker solid rib on top of the barrel. The King Cobra was discontinued in 1992, and returned to Colt's product line in 1994. Dropped a second time in 1998, it was not reintroduced until 2019 as a .357 Magnum, three inch barrel variant of the 2017 Colt Cobra. The Colt King Cobra can chamber and fire the 357 Magnum or the shorter .38 Special cartridges. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 1,000 - 1993 Winchester Model 12 Grade IV (Gold/ Engraved), 20 Ga., Pump (W/ Box), SN - WMT0...

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This Special Edition Winchester Grade IV Model 12 (20 gauge) is one of only 1,000 produced in 1993. SPECS: Factory scroll engravings on each side of the receiver surround...moreing a gold-plated dog & pheasant scene (right)/ gold-plated waterfowl scene (left), satin-finished select walnut checkered stock with double-diamond slide & fluted comb, blued steel grip cap, checkered black buttplate, high gloss blued finish, 26" IMP CYL barrel with high vent-rib & white bead front sight, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" shells. CONDITION: This shotgun is new-in-box with manual & hangtag, has a very small light scratch on the left side of the receiver, no other box wear to speak of, has a perfect shiny/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12) is an internal hammer pump-action shotgun with an external tube magazine and popularly named the "Perfect Repeater". With forged and machined steel parts, the ultimate reason for its discontinuation in 1964 was that it was too expensive to produce at a competitive price. Special production examples were produced by Winchester & Browning through specialized gun collector purchase programs, but the original "Perfect Repeater" shotgun was never mass produced after 1964. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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WWII German Walther Nazi Police PPK, 32 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 428865k

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This WWII German Police Issued Walther PPK is marked with the Nazi police Eagle/F on left side of frame, as well as various Nazi Eagle proof stamps. COMES WITH: Black lea...morether flap holster marked: "VITOUSEK/ HOHEN-BRUCK/ 1941" and extra "FN" magazine. SPECS: 3.25" Barrel, checkered black grips, round serrated hammer, fixed sights, serrated rib, lanyard ring, military milled finish, loaded chamber indicator and serrated rear slide/ safety lever. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Walther PP (Police Pistol) is a blowback-operated semi-automatic pistol that was developed by the German arms manufacturer, Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen, and introduced in 1929. The Walther double-action Model PPK (Police Pistol - Detective Model) is a smaller version of the original Model PP with a shorter grip, barrel, frame, and reduced magazine capacity. "PPK" is an abbreviation for Polizeipistole Kriminal (literally "police pistol criminal"), referring to the Kriminalamt crime investigation office. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler committed suicide with his PPK in the Fuhrerbunker in Berlin. A Walther PPK was used by Kim Jae-gyu to kill South Korean leader Park Chung Hee. The fictional secret agent James Bond uses a Walther PPK in the novels and films. Elvis Presley owned a silver-finish PPK, inscribed "TCB" ("taking care of business"). FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Circa 1980 Winchester Xpert Model 96 (26.5" M/IC), 20 Ga., O/U, SN - K249864

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The Winchester Xpert 96 over/under shotgun was produced from 1976-1982. No official serial number date records are known to exist. SPECS: Gloss-finished outline checkered...more walnut stock with fluted comb, high luster blued finish, 26.5" MOD/ IMP CYL barrels with serrated vent-rib & brass bead front sight, basket-weave black rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, gold trigger, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, 13.5" LOP, and is chambered for 2 3/4" or 3" shells. CONDITION: This shotgun is in nice condition with some various light scratches & light wear, has clean bore/ tight action and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1996 Colt King Cobra - Stainless (4"), 357 Magnum/ 38 Spl., Revolver, SN - KS2827

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According to Colt Archives Serial Number Database, this King Cobra was produced in 1996. SPECS: Stainless steel finish, 4" ribbed barrel with full length lug & shrouded e...morextractor rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned ramped front sight with orange insert, checkered black rubber combat grips with Rampant Colt silver medallion inlays, serrated hammer and six-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. Does not include box. HISTORY: First introduced in 1986, the Colt King Cobra is a medium frame double-action revolver with a design that is based upon that of an earlier Colt Trooper MK V. The King Cobra sported an improved heavier-duty barrel, full barrel length cylinder ejection rod protection shroud, and a thicker solid rib on top of the barrel. The King Cobra was discontinued in 1992, and returned to Colt's product line in 1994. Dropped a second time in 1998, it was not reintroduced until 2019 as a .357 Magnum, three inch barrel variant of the 2017 Colt Cobra. The Colt King Cobra can chamber and fire the 357 Magnum or the shorter .38 Special cartridges. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Remington Custom Shop 40-XS, 338 Lupua (26" + Break), Bolt-Action (W/ Two Cases), SN - RRX0000189

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SPECS: Custom bedded action in a McMillan A3 series stock with adjustable length of pull/ adjustable comb/ stippled texture grip panels, palm swells, & contoured beaverta...moreil forearm, 26" free-floating heavy contour target barrel with 2" integrated ported muzzle break, premium match grade stainless steel button rifling with 1:12 twist, serrated bolt handle, three sling studs, drilled/ tapped for scope mounts, Remington’s proprietary non-reflective black polymer coating finish, AR type extractor and detachable box magazine. COMES WITH: Original Custom Shop black hardcase and original Custom Shop range soft case. CONDITION: This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. ADDITIONAL INFO: The Remington Custom Shop Tactical 40-XS is a premium grade long-range sniper rifle that has been combat-proven from Afghanistan to Iraq by numerous U.S. Military Special Units. The 40-XS 338 Lupua rifle is known to consistently penetrate "better-than-standard" military body armor at ranges up to 1,000 yards with an effective range of about 1,900 yds. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1944 German Mauser (byf) Military P.38 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 9007u

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This WWII German Army Issued P.38 is marked "byf" (manufactured by Mauser), "44" (1944), along with (4) Eagle/WaA135 & (1) Eagle/Swastika (Mauser Military Proof with Nazi...more acceptance). This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. The magazine is marked with the Eagle/135 Mauser/Nazi military acceptance stamp. SPECS: 5" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips, lanyard ring, loaded chamber indicator, dovetailed notch rear sight, dovetailed #4 front sight, rear slide serrations and serrated safety lever. CONDITION: This pistol is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The P.38 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 was 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 P.38 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. 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). FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Remington 700 XCR Tactical (26" + Break), 338 Lupua Mag., Bolt-Action (W/ Box), SN - S6782764

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REMINGTON INFO: Never before has a rifle this durable and rugged been introduced to the world of hunting. Featuring Remington’s proprietary TriNyte Corrosion Control Syst...moreem, the Model 700 XCR (Xtreme Conditions Rifle) is virtually impervious to even the most extreme conditions. This tactical rifle features an X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger and 416 stainless steel barreled action with Black TriNyte PVD coating, providing a diamond-hard layer of defense against the elements. Its tactical Bell & Carlson stock comes in OD green with black webbing and features a full-length aluminum bedding block, tactical beaver-tail fore-end and a recessed thumb-hook feature for optimum “off-the-bench” shooting performance. The barrel features wide tactical-style fluting for rapid cooling. The 26" free-floating varmint-contour barrel sports a 2.5" ported muzzle break. This rifle also sports a detachable box magazine with 5+1 capacity. This rifle comes in the original shipping box with factory label. CONDITION: This gun is from the collection of a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock unfired. It has no box wear, perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1972 Colt Detective Special - Nickel (2"), 38 Spl., Revolver (W/ Holster), SN - C20508

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According to Colt Archives Serial Number Database, this Detective Special was produced in 1972 (first block production - "Third Issue"). SPECS: Nickel plated finish, 2" ...morebarrel with shrouded extractor rod, fixed groove rear sight, ramped front sight, checkered flat butt walnut grips, serrated spur hammer and six-shot swing-out cylinder. COMES WITH: Bianchi #56 black leather hip holster. CONDITION: This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced in 1927, the Detective Special was the first short-barreled "Snubnose" revolver produced with a modern swing-out frame. Although the Detective Special was a huge success for Colt during its many years of production, it was finally removed from the product line in 1995. The Detective Special was modified a number of times over the period of production. Major changes are signified by collectors as "Issues". The guns made from 1927 to 1946 are known as the First Issue series, 1947 - 1972 Second Issue series, 1973 - 1986 Third Issue Series and 1993 - 1995 Fourth Issue series. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1999 Heckler & Koch SL8-1, 223 Rem./ 5.56 NATO, Semi-Auto (NIB W/ Soft Case), SN - 48-005651

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Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). SPECS: Short-stroke piston system with a round rotating multi-lugged bolt (AR-15 Style), ambide...morextrous rotating cocking handling, long carrying handle with a Picatinny rail type system, shrouded rail mounted front post sight, fully adjustable dual folding aperture rear sight, grey carbon fiber polymer thumbhole stock, adjustable cheekpiece, 20.8" cold hammer forged barrel with recessed target crown, integral sling studs and ambidextrous safety. COMES WITH: Original box, soft case, manual, (3) HK 10-round magazines, (1) ProMag 20-round magazine, HK multi-tool and HK lock. CONDITION: This one-owner gun is new-in-box unfired with no box wear, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Heckler & Koch SL8 (Selbstladegewehr 1998) is a semi-automatic version of the German Military G8 assault rifle. The SL8-1 is the grey US-import version of the rifle with a sighting system that consists of a long rail. These rifles were designed as the next generation H&K 93 for precision shooting. The free-floating bull barrel is manufactured with the famous HK cannon grade steel, and the bolt/ bolt carrier are fully enclosed in the outer chassis. DICLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1920 Colt U.S. Army M1917, 45 ACP, Revolver (W/ Holster), SN - 296017 (U.S. Army No. 145627)

Lot # 20      

According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Colt U.S. Army M1917 was made in 1920. MARKINGS: Butt frame "U.S./ ARMY/ MODEL/ 1917/ NO./ 145/ 627" (No. 132 587 ...moreis the official US Government number, the Colt factory serial number is marked on the crane); Under the barrel "UNITED STATES PROPERTY"; Left side of the barrel "COLT D.A. 45"; Top of the barrel "COLT'S PT FA MFG CO HARTFORD CT U.S.A./ PATD AUG 5, 1884, JUNE 5, 1900, JULY 4, 1906". SPECS: 5.5" Barrel, smooth walnut grips, lanyard ring, serrated hammer and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. COMES WITH: Embossed "US" brown leather flap holster marked "1917/ A.C.". CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The U.S. Army M1917 was manufactured by Colt and Smith & Wesson under contract with the U.S. War Department for use by the American Expeditionary Force in WWI. These six-shot, .45 ACP, large frame revolvers were adopted to supplement the standard issue M1911 pistol, and were produced from 1917-1920. The revolver saw prolific use by the "Doughboys" during World War I with nearly two-thirds as many M1917s being issued and produced during the war as M1911s were. After World War I, they gained a strong following among officers. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Colt Competition Pro CRP-20VR Match (20"), 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - CCR054294

Lot # 21      

Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). SPECS: Gas operated direct-impingement system, forged & precision fitted receiver with forging ...morestamp, 13 slot upper Picatinny rail on flat-top receiver, 5.56 NATO/ 223 Rem. Match Chamber, Competition charging handle with extended tactical latch, Geissele two stage match trigger (super semi-automatic enhanced), Match bolt & bolt carrier with H-Buffer, 20" Match-grade air-gauged 416 stainless steel barrel with button rifled 6-groove 1 turn in 8 inches - right hand twist, 2.25" Competition triple-port muzzle brake, CNC machined from steel bar-stock 1/2x28 TPI construction, Colt's patented low profile adjustable gas block, finger adjustable operation without tools, Magpul 6-position adjustable stock with locking adjustments, Magpul MOE grip with extended backstrap and Magpul enlarged trigger guard. COMES WITH: Original box, Colt cleaning kit, paperwork and new Magpul 30-round magazine. CONDITION: This gun is from the collection of a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock unfired. It has no box wear, perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. DICLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1971 Colt Trooper MK III - Chrome (4"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - J65718

Lot # 22      

According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Trooper MK III was made in 1971. SPECS: 4" Ribbed barrel with shrouded extractor rod, Patridge-style pinned fr...moreont sight, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut Presentation Target grips with Rampant Colt silver medallion inlays, bright chrome finish, grooved rear strap and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. CONDITION: The nickel finish has a flaking spot on the cylinder & on the crane, but otherwise this gun is in beautiful condition, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced to the firearms market in 1953, the double-action Colt Trooper was designed with the intention of addressing the medium frame revolver 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 IIIs internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Colt M16 SPR (21"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - BP072151

Lot # 23      

Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). COLT INFO: The Colt M16 .22 combines the fun and excitement of shooting tactical style ARs wit...moreh the economy of .22 caliber rimfire ammunition. German engineering and manufacturing have made this dedicated .22 the perfect practice and training companion for centerfire 5.56 owners. Based on the Legendary Colt M16 version, this semi-auto has a 21.2" barrel with 1:13-3/4 twist & 6-groove rifling, 12.5" quad rail with pads, 1.5" A2 birdcage flash hider, A2 buttstock, A2 checkered pistol grip, flat top receiver with full length picatinny rail, adjustable folding aperture front & rear sights, bayonet lug, sling ring and cleaning kit compartment in the butt stock. COMES WITH: Original box, (1) 10-round magazine, (2) 30-round magazines and paperwork. CONDITION: This rifle is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. DICLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1980 Colt Trooper MK III (6"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - Y27923

Lot # 24      

According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Trooper MK III was made in 1980. SPECS: 6" ribbed barrel with shrouded extractor rod, Patridge-style pinned fr...moreont sight, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut Presentation Target grips with Rampant Colt gold medallion inlays, Colt's Royal Blue finish, grooved rear strap, casehardened hammer and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: Introduced to the firearms market in 1953, the double-action Colt Trooper was designed with the intention of addressing the medium frame revolver 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 IIIs internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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2001 Winchester 1886 Limited Production (26" Octagon), 45-70 Govt., Lever-Action, SN - ES0126

Lot # 25      

The serial number on this U.S. Repeating Arms Co. Winchester Model 1886 reflects a circa 2001 special limited configuration model (possibly a dealer special order or a Sh...moreot Show display rifle) ,and is #26 of an unknown production run (most likely under 250). SPECS: Select grade smooth black walnut stock with gloss finish, semi-pistol grip with black metal cap, high luster bluing, 26" full octagon barrel, buckhorn adjustable elevator rear sight , dovetailed gold bead front sight, curved metal buttplate with blued finish, full length magazine tube and tang safety. Does not include a box or paperwork. CONDITION: This rifle is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Winchester Model 1886 was designed by John Browning to handle some of the more powerful cartridges of the period. Originally chambered in .45-70 Government, it was later offered in a half dozen other large cartridges. Despite being originally designed for use with black powder, the action was strong enough to make the jump to smokeless powder with only minor modifications, and was subsequently chambered in the smokeless .33 Winchester cartridge beginning in 1903. It was discontinued in 1935, when Winchester introduced a slightly modified M1886 as the Model 71, chambered for the more powerful .348 Winchester cartridge. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1935 (Pre-War) Colt Official Police (6"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 40424

Lot # 26      

According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Official Police .22 LR revolver was produced in 1935. SPECS: 6" Barrel, checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant...more Colt medallions, fixed groove rear sight, front blade sight, serrated hammer, grooved trigger and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Colt Official Police is a medium frame, double-action revolver with a six-round cylinder. It was released in 1908 as the Colt Army Special, but was renamed the "Official Police" in 1927 in order to better market to law enforcement agencies. It was most commonly chambered .38 Special; however, it was also offered in .22 LR (used for military & police training), .32-20 (discontinued in 1942), and .41 Long Colt (discontinued in 1938). Pre-WWII models in calibers other than 38 Special are fairly scarce. It was also offered in 4", 5" and 6" barrel lengths. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1955 U.S. International Harvester M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto (CMP), SN - 5108836

Lot # 27      

According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. International Harvester M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of 1955, and sports the or...moreiginal LMR barrel dated "6-55". STOCK MARKINGS: Left side cartouche and "P" proof under the grip. SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit), green canvas sling and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice excellent condition, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This rifle comes in a green Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) hardcase, en-bloc clip and manual (does not include certificate). Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired, if necessary, and test fired for function. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1978 Colt Government 1911 MK IV/ Series 70, Super 38, Semi-Auto, SN- 70S25004

Lot # 28      

According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Government Model 1911 MK IV Series '70 (.38 Super) pistol was produced in 1978. SPECS: 5" Stainless barrel, checke...morered walnut grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions, blued finish with polished sides, grooved backstrap, beavertail grip safety, grooved spur hammer, rear slide serrations, dovetailed rear sight, grooved trigger shoe, and 9-round Colt steel magazine. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Colt Series 70 pistol was produced between 1970 and 1983 in Government Model and Commander sizes. The Series 70 was Colt's new and improved variation of the battle proven 1911A1 pistol, with a major change calculated to improve accuracy. It was a collet style barrel bushing with four flexible fingers that centered the barrel perfectly in relation to the slide. If you ask Colt fans which 1911 series is their favorite, many will say the Series 70. It sported the frame, sights, and arched mainspring housing of the original M1911A1, but proved to be more accurate than the G.I. Service Pistol. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1912 Winchester Model 1894 Rifle (26"), 38-55 WCF, Lever-Action, SN - 540127

Lot # 29      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 (38-55 Winchester Center Fire) was produced in 1912. SPECS: 26" Round barrel, smooth walnut stock, cr...moreescent metal buttplate, adjustable elevator Buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight and full length magazine tube. CONDITION: This gun is showing bluing loss, but otherwise is in nice condition for its age, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: 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 designed by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 and .38-55. 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. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1978 Colt Government 1911 MK IV/ Series 70, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Magazines), SN- 53987G70

Lot # 30      

According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Government Model 1911 MK IV Series '70 (.45 ACP) pistol was produced in 1978. SPECS: 5" Clark stainless barrel, ch...moreeckered walnut grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions, two-tone blued finish with polished brown tinted slide, grooved backstrap, stainless beavertail grip safety, grooved round hammer, rear slide serrations, adjustable dovetailed rear sight, grooved adjustable skeletonized trigger, extended serrated magazine release, and comes with (3) 7-round steel magazines. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Colt Series 70 pistol was produced between 1970 and 1983 in Government Model and Commander sizes. The Series 70 was Colt's new and improved variation of the battle proven 1911A1 pistol, with a major change calculated to improve accuracy. It was a collet style barrel bushing with four flexible fingers that centered the barrel perfectly in relation to the slide. If you ask Colt fans which 1911 series is their favorite, many will say the Series 70. It sported the frame, sights, and arched mainspring housing of the original M1911A1, but proved to be more accurate than the G.I. Service Pistol. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1954 U.S. Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand (CMP), 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 4796835

Lot # 31      

According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. (H&R) M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of 1954, an...mored sports the original HRA barrel dated "7-54". STOCK MARKINGS:"73" on the top of the rear grip, Left side cartouche and "P" proof under the grip. SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This rifle comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity from the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP). Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired, if necessary, and test fired for function. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Magnum Research Desert Eagle 1911 G. (5"), 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - G008536

Lot # 32      

MAGNUM RESEARCH INFO: All Magnum Research 1911s feature the classic Series 70 design, popular with many fans of John Browning’s legendary handgun. Slide and frame rails a...morere machined to exacting tolerances, delivering accuracy that will match any custom gun. Standard features on all Magnum Research 1911s include a stainless match grade barrel, solid guide rod, G10 grips, crisp skeletonized trigger, stainless beavertail grip safety, extended safety lever, extended magazine release, lowered & flared ejection port, skeletonized hammer, checkered frame & mainspring housing, and slide front cocking serrations. The "G" model is equipped with a 5" barrel, Novak combat sights and solid guide rod. This Desert Eagle 1911 G comes in the original black hardcase with (2) 8-round magazines. CONDITION: This pistol is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY OF MAGNUM RESEARCH: Magnum Research Inc. (MRI) has been highly successful since its purchase by Kahr Firearms Group in 2010. This is due to their loyal customers and suppliers, dedicated employees, and highly experienced leadership. Magnum Research’s founders, Jim Skildum and John Risdall, had been involved with the company since 1979. Both men oversaw the ascent of the Desert Eagle Pistol from a concept on paper to a pop culture icon, commonly seen in movies, television, and video games. Over the past 40 years MRI continually improved and expanded the Desert Eagle pistol series. Originally manufactured in Israel by Israel Military Industries, MRI moved production to their factory in Pillager, MN, in 2009. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Henry H011C "Original Henry Rifle" (24.5"), 45 Colt, Lever-Action (NIB), SN - BTH0848C

Lot # 33      

HENRY INFO: The Henry Original Rifle is true to Henry's 1860 patterns and patents, and virtually identical aside from concessions necessary to adapt to the 45 Colt center...morefire rounds. This Lever Toggle Link Action rifle features a polished, hardened brass receiver with the same tensile strength as steel. It is fitted with a one-piece 24.5" octagonal blued steel barrel and magazine. Its fancy-grade American Walnut stock has a brass buttplate. The Henry Original rifle has a classic folding ladder rear sight and blade front, traditional half-cock safety hammer notch, and no modernized manual safeties. CONDITION: This rifle is new/ unfired with no box wear, has a perfect bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in original box with paperwork. HISTORY: In the late 1850s, metallic cartridges were the coming wave of firearm's technology, and besides the difficulties inherent to developing reliable and effective self-contained rounds, the new ammunition demanded equally new gun designs capable of taking full advantage of what the quick-loading cartridge offered. Cartridges that revolutionized a field of slow-loading, slow-firing, and slow-reloading powder & ball single-shots freed designers to create a rifle that could keep up, and the very talented Benjamin Tyler Henry quickly stepped to the front in both areas. The result was the legendary repeating rifle that became known as the 1860 Henry in .44 Henry Rimfire. A pioneering design in a reliable and practical lever action repeater, and adopted in limited numbers during the Civil War, the Henry was the 16-shot rifle referred to as “the rifle you could load on Sunday and shoot all week long.” In the days when the average soldier was expected to be able to fire up to three rounds per minute through his muzzle-loading Springfield rifle, a small unit armed with Henry rifles could provide the firepower of an entire company. That ground-breaking lever action rifle design was the foundation for a uniquely American class of long guns that’s still with us today, over 155 years later. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1968 Browning Baby Lightweight - Factory Chrome, 25 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - 421264

Lot # 34      

According to Browning's .25 Automatic Pistol serial number chart, this "Baby" Browning was produced in 1968. SPECS: Silver-anodized aluminum alloy frame, gold-finished tr...moreigger, chrome-plated slide, safety lever, 6-round chrome magazine, and factory faux Mother of Pearl grips. COMES WITH: Original Browning black leather soft case. CONDITION: This pistol is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Browning Baby Lightweight Model was introduced in 1955 as a lighter version of the original steel-framed Baby, and remained in production until 1968 when the U.S. Gun Control Act of 1968 made it illegal to import into the States. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1954 U.S. Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand (CMP), 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 5503283

Lot # 35      

According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. (H&R) M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of 1954, an...mored sports the original HRA barrel dated "9-54". STOCK MARKINGS: Left side cartouche and "P" proof under the grip. SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with light battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This rifle comes with a green Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) hardcase, en-bloc clip and manual (does not include certificate). Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired, if necessary, and test fired for function. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1977 Belgium Browning, P35 Hi-Power, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 245RR91956

Lot # 36      

According to the Browning Serial Number Database, this P35 Hi-Power pistol was made in Belgium in 1977. SPECS: 4.7" stainless barrel, two-piece checkered walnut grips, gr...moreooved spur hammer, grooved thumb safety/ slide stop, loaded chamber indicator, high luster polished bluing, adjustable dovetailed rear sight, Patridge front sight and 13-round magazine. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Browning Hi-Power Pistol was introduced in 1935, based on a design by John Browning, and completed by Dieudonn Saive at Fabrique Nationale (FN) of Herstal, Belgium. The pistol is often referred to as an HP or BHP, and the terms P-35 and HP-35 are also used based on the introduction of the pistol in 1935. During WWII, production was moved to Canada as the Germans occupied Belgium, and this is where the name was changed to "Hi Power". The name change was kept even after production returned to Belgium after the war. The Hi-Power is one of the most widely used military pistols in history having been used by the armed forces of over 50 countries. Browning P35 Hi-Powers were first imported into the US in 1954. After 82 years of continuous production, FN Herstal announced that the production of the Hi-Power would end, and it was discontinued in early 2018 by Browning Arms. However, in 2022, presumably to compete with the sudden surge in Hi-Power popularity, FN announced they would resume production of the Browning Hi-Power. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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#8 Of 2012 Henry Big Boy "Eagle Scout Centennial", 44 Mag./ Spl., Lever-Action (NIB), SN - 100ES0...

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This 2012 Special Limited Edition Henry Big Boy Eagle Scout Centennial Tribute .44 Magnum/.44 Special lever-action rifle is #8 of 2,012 produced (serial number - "100" = ...moreOne-Hundredth Edition, "ES" = Eagle Scout", "0008" = #8). HENRY INFO: The gleaming nickel-plated receiver is adorned with spectacular engraving hand cut by Henry engraver, Rob Bunting. The right side is highlighted by the image of a majestic bald eagle accented by distinctive American scroll work and a banner proclaiming the proud sentiment of all Eagle Scouts: "Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle". The left side bears the image of the famous Eagle Scout medal and banners reading "Eagle Scout and Boy Scouts of America". The engraved images on both sides and the winged leaf border are selectively plated with brilliant 24-karat gold. A tri-colored medallion replicating the Eagle Scout badge is inserted into the richly grained American walnut stock. The six badges of advancement which mark a scout's advancement to the Eagle Scout rank and the text "Trail to Eagle" are inscribed on the right side of the forearm and hand painted with gleaming gold fill. Specs: Straight-grip American Walnut stock; 20" octagon barrel with 1:38 twist; Solid top brass receiver; Brass buttplate & barrel band; Marbles fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with white diamond insert; Brass bead front sight; and 10-round magazine. CONDITION: This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with paperwork, is in beautiful condition with light box wear on the receiver and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Since its inception in 1911, the rank of Eagle Scout has represented the pinnacle of Scouting. Awarded to a select few young men who have demonstrated the highest levels of leadership and commitment to duty, the distinctive red-white-and-blue Eagle Scout badge distinguishes those dedicated scouts as truly the best of the best. The honored title of Eagle Scout is held for life, and those that obtain it are expected to become leaders in whatever pursuit they choose. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1987 Smith & Wesson 29-3 Silhouette (10 5/8"), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - AWY0725

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 29-3 Silhouette revolver was produced in circa 1987. SPECS: 10 5/8" Ribbed barrel, adjustable 4-pos...moreition front sight, adjustable rear sight, shrouded extractor rod, high luster polished bluing, serrated casehardened .500" target hammer, grooved casehardened .400" target trigger, checkered walnut Magna-Style grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Model 29 "Silhouette" was produced from 1983-1991. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character, "Dirty Harry" Callahan. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1955 U.S. Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 5644370

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According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. (H&R) M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of 1955, an...mored sports the original HRA barrel dated "4-5". STOCK MARKINGS: Left side cartouche and "P" proof under the grip. SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with light battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1910 Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (3.75"), 32 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 98646

Lot # 40      

According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1903 "Pocket Hammerless" pistol was produced in 1910. SPECS: 3.75" Barrel, embossed black hard rubber gr...moreips, grip safety, thumb safety/ slide stop, loaded chamber indicator, rear slide serrations, blued finish and 8-round detachable box magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with bluing wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless self-loading, semi-automatic pistol was produced from 1903 to 1945. Despite the title "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. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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#69 Of 2012 Henry Big Boy "Eagle Scout Centennial", 44 Mag./ Spl, Lever-Action (NIB), SN - 100ES0...

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This 2012 Special Limited Edition Henry Big Boy Eagle Scout Centennial Tribute .44 Magnum/.44 Special lever-action rifle is #69 of 2,012 produced (serial number - "100" =...more One-Hundredth Edition, "ES" = Eagle Scout", "0069" = #69). HENRY INFO: The gleaming nickel-plated receiver is adorned with spectacular engraving hand cut by Henry engraver, Rob Bunting. The right side is highlighted by the image of a majestic bald eagle accented by distinctive American scroll work and a banner proclaiming the proud sentiment of all Eagle Scouts: "Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle". The left side bears the image of the famous Eagle Scout medal and banners reading "Eagle Scout and Boy Scouts of America". The engraved images on both sides and the winged leaf border are selectively plated with brilliant 24-karat gold. A tri-colored medallion replicating the Eagle Scout badge is inserted into the richly grained American walnut stock. The six badges of advancement which mark a scout's advancement to the Eagle Scout rank and the text "Trail to Eagle" are inscribed on the right side of the forearm and hand painted with gleaming gold fill. Specs: Straight-grip American Walnut stock; 20" octagon barrel with 1:38 twist; Solid top brass receiver; Brass buttplate & barrel band; Marbles fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with white diamond insert; Brass bead front sight; and 10-round magazine. CONDITION: This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with paperwork, is in beautiful condition with light box wear on the receiver and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Since its inception in 1911, the rank of Eagle Scout has represented the pinnacle of Scouting. Awarded to a select few young men who have demonstrated the highest levels of leadership and commitment to duty, the distinctive red-white-and-blue Eagle Scout badge distinguishes those dedicated scouts as truly the best of the best. The honored title of Eagle Scout is held for life, and those that obtain it are expected to become leaders in whatever pursuit they choose. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1977 Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 (6"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - N433424

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 27-2 was produced in circa 1977. SPECS: 6" ribbed barrel, high luster polished bluing, grooved case...morehardened trigger, serrated casehardened hammer, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap, shrouded extractor rod, serrated top strap, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Smith & Wesson Model 27 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. It was first produced in 1935, and many versions of it are still in production today. It is built on a large N-frame with target sights, and was available in a variety of barrel lengths. The Model 27 underwent several minor changes and updates during its long production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 27-1, 27-2, etc.). FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1943 U.S. Springfield M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto (CMP), SN - 2274118

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According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. Springfield M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of December, 1943, and sports an SA ba...morerrel dated "11-51". SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This rifle comes in a black Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) hardcase, Certificate Of Authenticity, en-bloc clip and manual. Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired, if necessary, and test fired for function. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1927 Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (3.75"), 32 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 471861

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1903 "Pocket Hammerless" pistol was produced in 1927. SPECS: 3.75" Barrel, checkered plastic "Coltwood" ...moregrips, grip safety, thumb safety/ slide stop, loaded chamber indicator, rear slide serrations, blued finish and 8-round detachable box magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless self-loading, semi-automatic pistol was produced from 1903 to 1945. Despite the title "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. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Henry All-Weather Rifle (18"), 45-70 Govt., Lever-Action (W/ Box), SN - WFFS01664AW

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HENRY INFO: For everyday life in the truck, on the farm, and through the woods, the hard-working All-Weather finish is a must-have. Built for a tough world, the satin har...mored chrome plating permanently bonds to the steel so that it doesn’t flake, chip or peel, and has a corrosion resistance that actually exceeds some stainless steel. Not only does this increase surface hardness, but it also reduces friction on moving parts to take the already smooth action to the next level. Details are important, so even the screws are stainless, stained hardwood with a carefully engineered coating that is formulated to stand up to wear, tear, scratches, moisture, temperature variations, and the angst of the various “character marks” that an everyday outdoor tool will inevitably pick up during its lifetime. This is the finish you want for a rifle that might be “rode hard and put away wet.” This .45-70 sports an 18.4” round barrel, a pistol-grip stock, 4-shot magazine, adjustable semi-buckhorn rear and brass bead front sights. The receivers are drilled and tapped for a scope and sports sling swivel studs and ventilated rubber recoil pads installed. The .45-70 Government caliber will drop anything in the Lower 48 and even stop dangerous Alaskan game in its tracks. This rifle sports a Cabela's 3-9x40 scope, hammer extension, black leather lever grip and comes in original box with manual. CONDITION: This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 8800 - 1989 Smith & Wesson 16-4 (6") 32 H&R Magnum, Revolver, SN - BER0311

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 16-4 (.32 H&R Magnum) revolver was produced in 1989. SPECS: 6" Ribbed barrel with full lug & shroud...moreed extractor rod, high luster polished bluing, grooved casehardened trigger, serrated casehardened hammer, Goncalo Alves wood combat finger-groove grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap, adjustable rear sight and Patridge front sight. CONDITION: 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. HISTORY: The Smith & Wesson Model 16 is a six-shot double-action revolver, originally known as the "K-32 Masterpiece that was produced from 1935-1983. In 1989, it was reintroduced as the Model 16-4 and chambered for the 32 H&R Magnum cartridge. This model was offered in 3 barrel lengths with full lug an extra option. Production ended in 1992, with about 8800 total produced. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1944 U.S. Springfield M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto (CMP), SN - 3341036

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According to the U.S. M1 Garand Serial Numbers production chart, this U.S. Springfield M1 Garand Rifle represents a production date of November, 1944, and sports an SA ba...morerrel dated "3-49". STOCK MARKINGS: Left side cartouche and "P" proofed under the grip. SPECS: 24" barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This rifle comes in a green Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) hardcase, en-bloc clip and manual (does not include certificate). Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired, if necessary, and test fired for function. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Kimber Custom Shop CDP II Black/Stainless (5"), 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - K400044

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KIMBER INFO: The Kimber Custom CDP II (Custom Defense Package) pistols combine all the best carry features into an incredible package. SPECS: 7075-T7 Aluminum frame with ...moreKimPro II finish, 5" stainless match grade barrel, premium aluminum match grade skeletonized trigger, night sights, ambidextrous thumb safety, stainless steel slide with front & rear serrations, double diamond rosewood grips, front & rear strap checkering, checkering under the trigger guard, round skeletonized hammer and stainless beavertail grip safety. Kimber makes the finest 1911 pistols manufactured today, and nowhere is quality more important than in a pistol carried for personal defense. COMES WITH: Original black hardcase with (2) 7-round magazines, bushing tool and paperwork. CONDITION: This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Winchester Model 1873 Short Rifle (20"), 357 Mag./ 38 Spl., Lever-Action (W/ Box), SN - 00298ZV73K

Lot # 49      

WINCHESTER INFO: The Model 1873 short rifle is widely credited as being “The Gun That Won the West.” Chambered in the popular handgun calibers of the day, it’s been produ...moreced in carbine, rifle and musket models. Today's cowboy action shooters love the reliable Model 1873 because it fires the same ammo as their revolver. This is a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms Model 73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel crescent buttplate and a 20" round barrel, just like the original. If you’re the type of collector or hunter who won’t settle for second best or a copy of a copy, fill your hands with this magnificent rifle, saddle up and blaze your trail into the sunset. SPECS: Grade II/III Walnut straight grip stock with a satin oil finish that’s velvet smooth to the touch; Classic rifle-style forearm with forearm cap for the timeless look and feel of the original Model 1873; Blued steel finish on the robust steel receiver, lever, crescent buttplate and forearm cap protect against corrosion; Crescent buttplate slips right into your shoulder for a more solid hold from any shooting position; Semi-Buckhorn rear sight with marble arms gold bead front sight gets you on target quickly; Steel loading gate for smoother loading; And receiver top tang is drilled and tapped for an optional tang-mounted rear sight for a more precise sight picture. CONDITION: This rifle will have some various light surface rust spots throughout (box moisture), but otherwise appears to be new/ unfired in original box with paperwork, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Smith & Wesson 460XVR (8.38"), 460 S&W Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - CJL5681

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S&W INFO: We all grew up hearing the phrase, "Faster than a speeding bullet," but not when it is fired from Smith & Wesson's new Model 460XVR, with the highest muzzle vel...moreocity of any production revolver on earth. The Model 460XVR is so revolutionary that it required an entirely new designation - XVR, or X-treme Velocity Revolver. Starting with their Extra Large Frame, the Smith & Wesson engineers worked to deliver maximum velocity - over 2,300 feet per second - to reach the target faster than ever before. Plus, the 460XVR has interchangeable compensators to accommodate every load. Only Smith & Wesson could deliver this much power and this much velocity in a precision, production revolver. SPECS: SA/DA trigger, full stainless construction with silver finish, 8.38" ribbed barrel with full length lug/ shrouded extractor rod, black textured rubber combat grips, adjustable rear sight, pinned Hi-Viz fiber-optic front sight and 5-shot swing-out cylinder. COMES WITH: Original blue plastic hardcase, (2) interchangeable ported compensators and paperwork. CONDITION: This revolver is in nice condition with very light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1955 Beretta - Danish Contract "FKF" M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - PB6355

Lot # 51      

This M1 Garand was made by Beretta, Italy, as a contract for the Danish Military in 1955. MARKINGS: Danish “crown / FKF” mark on the receiver, " RSC 1955" on the barrel (...moreRSC= Danish made barrel) and "BERETTA-ARMI/ ROMA-ITALIA" on the left side of the receiver. This rifle has no visible import marks. SPECS: 24" Barrel, walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Known as the Gevaer m/50 in Denmark, the M1 Garand was used in quantity by the Danes for several decades after World War II. The majority of these rifles were given as military aid, but the Danes also ordered some from Italy. At the time Italy was a primary contractor for M1 Garand replacement parts for NATO forces in Europe. Beretta built Garands under contract for various counties. The Danish contract consisted of approximately 20,000 rifles produced, which was split evenly between Breda and Beretta. Breda rifles will be marked BMR on the receiver heel, and Beretta made rifles will be marked PB in the same place. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Para-Ordnance Black Ops 1911 - Lonbond Match (5"), 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - K409421

Lot # 52      

PARA INFO: The new BLACK OPS pistols feature PARA's new all black Ionbond finish. This tough new finish is non-reflective and extremely durable. Even the 5" match grade b...morearrel sports the new finish. Former U.S. Army Sergeant and World Champion action shooter, Travis Tomasie, has shot thousands of rounds through one of the PARA Match grade barrels with the new Ionbond finish. After the Tomasie torture test, the barrel showed almost no signs of usage on its non-reflective surface. The new BLACK OPS are built in the tradition of the famous PARA Limited Series of pistols that Tomasie is currently campaigning in USPSA/IPSC competition. For the tactical operator, these pistols are built on new frames with integral light rails. In addition to providing the flexibility of adding a variety of lights, lasers and light-laser combinations the new BLACK OPS pistols also feature the ultimate in gripping control. No expense has been spared to give them the best control of the .45 ACP pistols under all conditions. They sport G10 grips with an aggressive machined pattern to provide the ultimate gripping surface. SPECS: Receiver: Stainless Steel with Integral Light Rail; Slide: Stainless Steel with Forward Cocking Serrations; Barrel: 5-inch Match Grade Stainless Steel with Integral Ramp and Black Ionbond Finish; Barrel Twist: 1:16 LH, 6 Grooves; Sights: Night Sights - Combat style fixed with Trijicon Tritium Inserts; Trigger: Competition type with over travel adjustment; Hammer: Skelton for fast lock time; Safeties: Ambidextrous Slide Lock, Beaver Tail Grip Safety with Speed Bump and Firing Pin. COMES WITH: Original green hardcase, (2) 14-round magazines and manual. CONDITION: This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Set - 1970 Marlin "Brace of One Thousand" M39 & M336 (20"), 30-30 Win./ .22, Lever-Actions, SN - ...

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These two Marlin Presentation carbines, Models 39 & 336, sell together as a "set". INFO: In 1970, a limited run of 1,000 of these matched sets were produced to commemorat...moree the centennial of Marlin’s American Gun making. The engravings are by master engravers Robert Kain and Winston Churchill. MARKINGS: The top of the barrels are marked “Marlin (39 & 336) Presentation”, the right shoulders are marked “Brace of One Thousand”, the top tangs are marked “No. 22", the left receiver flats have beautiful border & scroll engravings surrounding a buffalo over “-1870-“ and the right receiver flats have matching border & scroll engraving surrounding a brass Marlin cowboy medallion marked “MARLIN”, “1870” and “1970”. The Model 39 has a black round hangtag marked "0021" and the Model 336 has a matching hangtag marked "0022". SPECS: 20" Octagon barrels, two-piece fancy American walnut stocks with brass forend caps & straight grips, brass crescent buttplates, gold triggers, adjustable elevator white diamond semi-buckhorn rear sights and dovetailed brass bead front sights. CONDITION: These rifles are in nice condition with no wear to speak of, have sharp/ clean bores and appear to be in good working order. This set does not include a factory hardcase. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Ruger Super Redhawk (7.5"), 44 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 552-65959

Lot # 54      

SPECS: 7.5" Cold hammer-forged barrel, full stainless steel construction, shrouded extractor rod, black rubber combat grips, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, ...morePatridge dovetail front sight with red insert, serrated hammer, integral scope mounts, 6-shot cylinder and mounted Simmons ProHunter 2-6x32 scope. This gun comes in original grey hardcase (no paperwork). CONDITION: This revolver is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: First introduced in 1987, the Super Redhawk DA/SA revolver has all of the advantages of the Ruger Redhawk plus additional features like the unique Ruger cushioned grip system and a cold hammer-forged barrel. The Patented integral mounts are machined directly on the solid-steel receiver rib to provide a stable mounting surface for the included scope rings eliminating a potential source of looseness and inaccuracy in the field. Dual chambering allows 44 Magnum models to accept factory 44 Special cartridges. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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C.A.I. - Denmark Lend/ Lease M1 Garand , 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - M109032

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This Danish U.S. Lend/ Lease M1 Garand has been refurbished by Century Arms International. SPECS: 24" Danish VAR barrel dated "3-57" (VAR= Vaabenarsenalet Arms Arsenal - ...moreDenmark Lend/ Lease Rifle), walnut stock & handguard, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: During the Cold War, the U.S. provided hundreds of thousands of military surplus M1 rifles & carbines to various anti-communist countries. Many of these guns were imported back to the U.S. where they were refurbished and then sold on the civilian market.... The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. The M1 Garand was made in large numbers, primarily by U.S. Springfield, during World War II. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 1000 - MSAR STG-556 (16"), 5.56 NATO, Semi-Auto (New In Case), SN - 600-BLK00414

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"Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). This limited production (only 1000 produced) MSAR STG-556 (.223 Rem.) Gebirgsjager bullpup rif...morele comes in a fitted Pelican rolling hardcase with serial numbered knife, sling & (4) magazines. SPECS: Black polymer outer chassis, 16" fluted quick detach barrel, 2" flash hider, adjustable gas system, folding forward vertical grip and integral AUG style scope/ carry handle. CONDITION: This gun is from a former Firearms Wholesale Distributor and is new/ unfired with a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced at the 2007 SHOT Show, the STG-556 (later renamed Model XM17-E4) is an American-made version of famous Steyr AUG-SA rifle, formerly manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research (MSAR). The frame was made on 7075 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and made from cast, unlike the TPD AXR as it was made through forging. It was available in black, tan and green finishes. It features a bolt release as seen on the M16 rifle and a forward assist. Otherwise, the STG-556 retains the features similar to the Steyr AUG, such as having the quick-change barrel option and the ability to change which side the weapon ejects from by changing the bolt out for a right or left side bolt respectively. The STG-556 has a right-side ejector. MSAR closed down permanently on March 20, 2015. DISCLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1996 Marlin 1894CB "Cowboy Limited" (24"), 45 Colt, Lever-Action, SN - 04043891A

Lot # 57      

The serial number on this Marlin 1894CB rifle reflects a 1996 production date, which was the year that Marlin introduced the "Cowboy Limited" line. SPECS: Smooth walnut s...moretock with metal forearm cap & straight grip, curved metal buttplate, 24" octagon barrel, adjustable elevator Buckhorn rear sight and dovetailed brass bead front sight. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. History: The cowboy line began 1996 with 45 colt, followed by 44 & 357 with 24" barrels. These were labeled as "Cowboy Limited". The 336CB was introduced in 1999 with the 30-30. Original 1894CB models wore 24" barrels, which was later changed to 20" barrels. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Ruger New Super Blackhawk (10.5"), 44 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 88-52093

Lot # 58      

RUGER INFO: The Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk is one of the top choices for handgun hunting and is capable of reliably taking down deer, elk, caribou, moose, lion, griz...morezly or brown bear and even cape buffalo. It combines the reliability and simplicity of a revolver with the energy of the famous 44 Remington Magnum cartridge. SPECS: Patented transfer bar mechanism & loading gate for an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge; Models chambered in the powerful .44 Magnum also accept factory .44 Special cartridges which deliver superb accuracy & milder recoil; 10.5" Cold hammer-forged barrel with ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy, longevity and easy cleaning; adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel; Patridge front sight; Smooth walnut grips with silver/ black logo medallion inlays; Grooved hammer; and 6-shot cylinder. This gun comes in the original factory grey hardcase with paperwork. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with some light wear on the butt frame, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Ruger Blackhawk is a six-shot, single-action revolver that was introduced in 1955. The Super Blackhawk (chambered for magnum loads) was introduced in 1959. The early Blackhawk models (pre-1974) still operated the same way as the Colt SAA in that the hammer was half cocked to load and unload, and that the firearm was not safe to carry with all six chambers loaded due to the hammer resting upon the sixth chamber. A transfer bar was added to all models in 1974, and dubbed the "New Model". All Super Blackhawks, new & early styles, are capable of operating with much higher pressure handloads than factory produced ammunition in .44 Magnum. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Circa 1980 Springfield Armory M1 Garand "T", 308 Win., Semi-Auto, SN - 7002947

Lot # 59      

This Springfield Armory, Inc., (Geneseo, IL) M1 Garand "T" .308 Conversion Rifle was produced in the early 1980s. These rifles were produced using commercial receivers/ b...morearrels & wood, with the rest of the parts being either refinished original GI parts or refinished NOS parts. SPECS: 24" Barrel, walnut stock with lift side cartouche, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, wing protected front post sight, bayonet lug, sling rings, green canvas sling, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (does not include kit) and 8-round internal magazine. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. The M1 Garand was made in large numbers, primarily by U.S. Springfield, during World War II. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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MSAR XM17-E4 - Green (16"), 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 600-P010416

Lot # 60      

Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). SPECS: OD green polymer outer chassis, 16" fluted quick detach barrel, 2" flash hider, adjustab...morele gas system, folding forward vertical grip and integral AUG style scope/ carry handle. CONDITION: This gun is from a former Firearms Wholesale Distributor and is new/ unfired in original box with (5) magazines & paperwork, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced at the 2007 SHOT Show, the STG-556 (later renamed model XM17-E4) is an American-made version of famous Steyr AUG-SA rifle, formerly manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research (MSAR). The frame was made on 7075 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and made from cast, unlike the TPD AXR as it was made through forging. It was available in black, tan and green finishes. It features a bolt release as seen on the M16 rifle and a forward assist. Otherwise, the STG-556 retains the features similar to the Steyr AUG, such as having the quick-change barrel option and the ability to change which side the weapon ejects from by changing the bolt out for a right or left side bolt respectively. The STG-556 has a right-side ejector. MSAR closed down permanently on March 20, 2015. DISCLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1968 Marlin Model 444 - 1st Variation (24"), 444 Marlin, Lever-Action, SN - AD1356

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The serial number on this Marlin 444 rifle reflects a 1968 production date. SPECS: Smooth walnut stock with high fluted comb & blued metal forearm band, 24" round barrel,...more original brown rubber buttpad with embossed "Marlin" & black/ white spacers, folding leaf rear sight, hooded ramped front sight, sling studs and mounted Burris Fullfield IV 2.5-10x42 scope. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. History: The 444 Marlin was designed by Remington at Marlin's request in 1964. To facilitate this round, Marlin beefed-up their model 336, 30-30 lever action resulting in the Model 444. The 444 Marlin cartridge is little more than a 44 Magnum with an extra inch of cartridge capacity. It's a little demeaning to say that it's "little more" than a lengthened 44 mag because that extra powder brings an additional 600 fps more velocity. In terms of muzzle energy, that extra inch causes 44 caliber projectiles to be pumped out at 30-06 power levels. PRODUCTION - First Models (1965 - 1971), Model 444S (1971 - 1983), Model 444SS (1984 - 1988), Model 444XLR (2006 - 2009), along with various current models still being offered. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Ruger New Blackhawk "Bisley" Convertible, 45 LC & ACP, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 48-51131

Lot # 62      

This Ruger New Model Blackhawk Convertible revolver is a RSR Group Distributor Exclusive Edition and comes with both 45 Long Colt & 45 ACP 6-shot cylinders. SPECS: Bisley...more-Style grip & hammer, full stainless steel construction, black laminate grips with silver/ black logo medallion inlays, roll etched "BISLEY MODEL 1896" LC cylinder, 5.5" barrel, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight with pinned blade. This gun is in same-as-new condition with very light box wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in the original grey hardcase with paperwork. HISTORY: The Ruger Blackhawk is a six-shot, single-action revolver that was introduced in 1955. The early Blackhawk models (pre-1974) still operated the same way as the Colt SAA in that the hammer was half cocked to load and unload, and that the firearm was not safe to carry with all six chambers loaded due to the hammer resting upon the sixth chamber. In 1973, in order to eliminate accidents occurring from the hammer jarring against a round loaded in the sixth chamber, Ruger introduced the "New Model" Blackhawk. The New Model Blackhawk did not require the hammer to be half cocked for loading and unloading, and it employed a transfer bar mechanism which prevented the cartridge under the hammer from being fired without the trigger being pulled. The Ruger New Model Blackhawk is the most advanced single-action revolver ever made. New Model Blackhawk revolvers have earned a reputation as the most durable single-action revolvers on the market today. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1943 Standard Products M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 2061336

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According to the U.S. M1 Carbine Serial Numbers production chart, this Standard Products U.S. Carbine was produced in 1943. MARKINGS: "STD. PRO./ 2061336" on the rear rec...moreeiver, "UNDERWOOD/ 10-43/ Flaming Bomb" on the top of the barrel, "SI" on the barrel band, "102" rack number under the stock at the handguard & at the grip, "STD/ PROD/ RWI" on the left side of the stock, "TRIMBLE/ TN" in the sling well, "UNITED CARR" on the sling snap, "PW" on the magazine and "U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1" on the front receiver. SPECS: 18" Barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears and green canvas sling. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: In 1941, with the U.S. being pulled into one of the greatest conflicts in world history, many U.S. manufacturers were tasked to switch production to support the war effort. Manufacturers tasked with M1 Carbine parts & production included - Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM), Saginaw Steering Gear (Division Of GM), Quality Hardware & Machine Co., International Business Machines Corp (IBM), Rock-Ola Co., Standard Products, National Postal Meter, Winchester and others. The M1 carbine is a lightweight semi-automatic rifle that was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II and used primarily by Airborne Divisions. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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MSAR XM17-E4 - Black (16"), 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 600-P010037

Lot # 64      

Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). SPECS: Black polymer outer chassis, 16" fluted quick detach barrel , 2" flash hider, adjustable...more gas system, folding forward vertical grip and (3) Picatinny rails. CONDITION: This gun is from a former Firearms Wholesale Distributor and is new/ unfired in original box with (5) magazines & paperwork, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced at the 2007 SHOT Show, the STG-556 (later renamed model XM17-E4) is an American-made version of famous Steyr AUG-SA rifle, formerly manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research (MSAR). The frame was made on 7075 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and made from cast, unlike the TPD AXR as it was made through forging. It was available in black, tan and green finishes. It features a bolt release as seen on the M16 rifle and a forward assist. Otherwise, the STG-556 retains the features similar to the Steyr AUG, such as having the quick-change barrel option and the ability to change which side the weapon ejects from by changing the bolt out for a right or left side bolt respectively. The STG-556 has a right-side ejector. MSAR closed down permanently on March 20, 2015. DISCLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Marlin 1895CB Cowboy Carbine (18"), 45/70 Govt., Lever-Action (W/ Box), SN - MR22486F

Lot # 65      

MARLIN INFO: For top performance in those tough long range events, the Model 1895 Cowboy is a must for cowboy action shooters. It’s also an ideal big game rifle for hunte...morers who appreciate the nostalgia of 19th century-style firearms. This Model 1895 Cowboy Action Shooter is chambered for 45/70 and features a 18.5" octagon barrel with deep cut ballard type rifling, 6-shot tubular magazine, adjustable marble semi-buckhorn rear and marble carbine front sight. The American black walnut stock has a straight grip, a hard rubber butt plate and a blue steel forend cap. CONDITION: This rifle is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in original box. HISTORY: The first Marlin Model 1895s were manufactured and initially listed in their catalog in 1896. The first rifles were chambered in .38-56, .40-65, .40-82, .45-70 & the .45-90. In 1897 the .40-70 WCF cartridge and in 1912, the .33 WCF cartridge were added to the Model 1895 list of calibers. The rifle was available as a carbine, round barrel rifle, half-octagon or full octagon rifle, and a lightweight rifle. The rifles were available in straight-grip or pistol grip and takedown styles. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1 Of 1000 Ruger New Super Blackhawk - Turnbull (7.5"), 44 Magnum, Revolver (NIB), SN - TBS-00776

Lot # 66      

This TALO Distributor Exclusive Edition, #776 of 1000, New Model Super Blackhawk sports Turnbull Restoration Co.'s color case hardening process. The process is the same ...moreas was used by firearm manufacturers in the late 1800s, using the traditional bone and wood charcoal method, which gives the color case hardening its signature vibrant colors. SPECS: 7.5" Barrel, Turnbull casehardened frame, smooth Rosewood grips with silver/ black logo medallion inlays, grooved stainless hammer, stainless trigger, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, Patridge front sight and 6-shot cylinder. CONDITION: This gun is in new condition with no wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in the original special edition red plastic hardcase with paperwork. HISTORY: The Ruger Blackhawk is a six-shot, single-action revolver that was introduced in 1955. The Super Blackhawk (chambered for magnum loads) was introduced in 1959. The early Blackhawk models (pre-1974) still operated the same way as the Colt SAA in that the hammer was half cocked to load and unload, and that the firearm was not safe to carry with all six chambers loaded due to the hammer resting upon the sixth chamber. A transfer bar was added to all models in 1974, and dubbed the "New Model". All Super Blackhawks, new & early styles, are capable of operating with much higher pressure handloads than factory produced ammunition in .44 Magnum. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1943 Saginaw Steering Gear (Grand Rapids) M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 3245647

Lot # 67      

According to the U.S. M1 Carbine Serial Numbers production chart, this Saginaw Steering Gear (Grand Rapids Plant) U.S. Carbine was produced in 1943. MARKINGS: "SAGINAW S....moreG./ 3245647" on the rear receiver, "UNDERWOOD/ 6-43/ Flaming Bomb" on the top of the barrel, "KI" on the barrel band, "AAM" on the left side of the stock, "IO" in the sling well, "P" proofed under the grip, "IA" on the magazine and "U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1" on the front receiver. SPECS: 18" Barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears and green canvas sling. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: In 1941, with the U.S. being pulled into one of the greatest conflicts in world history, many U.S. manufacturers were tasked to switch production to support the war effort. Manufacturers tasked with M1 Carbine parts & production included - Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM), Saginaw Steering Gear (Division Of GM), Quality Hardware & Machine Co., International Business Machines Corp (IBM), Rock-Ola Co., Standard Products, National Postal Meter, Winchester and others. The M1 carbine is a lightweight semi-automatic rifle that was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II and used primarily by Airborne Divisions. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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MSAR XM17-E4 - Black (20"), 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 600-P010567

Lot # 68      

Illinois Residents May Not Participate In This Lot (Illinois Banned Item). SPECS: Black polymer outer chassis, 20" fluted quick detach barrel, 2" flash hider, adjustable ...moregas system, folding forward vertical grip and (3) Picatinny rails. CONDITION: This gun is from a former Firearms Wholesale Distributor and is new/ unfired in original box with (5) magazines & paperwork, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Introduced at the 2007 SHOT Show, the STG-556 (later renamed Model XM17-E4) is an American-made version of famous Steyr AUG-SA rifle, formerly manufactured by Microtech Small Arms Research (MSAR). The frame was made on 7075 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and made from cast, unlike the TPD AXR as it was made through forging. It was available in black, tan and green finishes. It features a bolt release as seen on the M16 rifle and a forward assist. Otherwise, the STG-556 retains the features similar to the Steyr AUG, such as having the quick-change barrel option and the ability to change which side the weapon ejects from by changing the bolt out for a right or left side bolt respectively. The STG-556 has a right-side ejector. MSAR closed down permanently on March 20, 2015. DISCLAIMER: This gun will need to be picked up by, or shipped to, a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1903 Winchester Model 1895 Rifle (28"), 30 U.S. (30-40 Krag.), Lever-Action, SN - 39847

Lot # 69      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1895 Rifle was produced in 1903. SPECS: 28" Nickle Steel barrel, smooth walnut stock with Schnabel forearm...more tip, curved metal buttplate, adjustable elevator rear sight, Marble pinned blade with brass bead front sight, self-locking lever loop and 4-round box magazine. CONDITION: This early rifle is in good condition with wear, has a sharp bore with some pitting and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Winchester’s Model 1895 Rifle & Carbine was John Browning’s last and strongest lever-action design. It was also Winchester’s first to incorporate a box-type magazine compatible with pointed bullets. Introduced in 1895, it served in at least nine wars. Slightly more than 425,000 were made before the model was officially discontinued in 1936. A few more were made by special order until 1940. Although chambered in 10 different cartridges, vintage Model 1895s are most commonly encountered in the United States in .30-40 Krag. (also known as .30 U.S. or .30 Army). The rifle is most commonly associated today with former President Theodore Roosevelt, who took two M1895 rifles with him on his 1909 safari to East Africa, famously referring to them as his "'medicine guns for lions". FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Ruger New Super Blackhawk - Stainless (7.5"), 44 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Holster), SN - 87-57444

Lot # 70      

SPECS: 7.5" Barrel, full stainless steel construction, smooth walnut grips with silver/ black logo medallion inlays, grooved hammer, adjustable rear sight pinned to the c...morehannel, Patridge front sight and 6-shot cylinder. This revolver comes with a brown leather RH snap holster and ammo belt. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Does not include box. HISTORY: The Ruger Blackhawk is a six-shot, single-action revolver that was introduced in 1955. The Super Blackhawk (chambered for magnum loads) was introduced in 1959. The early Blackhawk models (pre-1974) still operated the same way as the Colt SAA in that the hammer was half cocked to load and unload, and that the firearm was not safe to carry with all six chambers loaded due to the hammer resting upon the sixth chamber. A transfer bar was added to all models in 1974, and dubbed the "New Model". All Super Blackhawks, new & early styles, are capable of operating with much higher pressure handloads than factory produced ammunition in .44 Magnum. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1944 Saginaw Steering Gear M1 Carbine - M82 Sniper, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - 5844350

Lot # 71      

According to the U.S. M1 Carbine Serial Numbers production chart, this Saginaw Steering Gear (Saginaw Plant) U.S. Carbine was produced in 1944. This rifle sports a period...more correct (WWII era) M82 Sniper Scope which was commonly used on the M1C Garand Sniper Rifles. This rifle also comes with a green canvas carry case marked "U.S." (no maker or date markings found). MARKINGS: "SAGINAW S.G./ 5844350" on the rear receiver, "SAGINAW S.G./ GENERAL MOTORS" on the top of the barrel, "P" proofed on top of the barrel, "U" on the magazine and "U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1" on the front receiver. SPECS: 18" Barrel, front band sight with ears and period correct green canvas sling marked "RAU FASTINING CO./ PROVIDENCE, RI" on the snap. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: In 1941, with the U.S. being pulled into one of the greatest conflicts in world history, many U.S. manufacturers were tasked to switch production to support the war effort. Manufacturers tasked with M1 Carbine parts & production included - Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM), Saginaw Steering Gear (Division Of GM), Quality Hardware & Machine Co., International Business Machines Corp (IBM), Rock-Ola Co., Standard Products, National Postal Meter, Winchester and others. The M1 carbine is a lightweight semi-automatic rifle that was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II and used primarily by Airborne Divisions. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1982 Ruger "Bill Ruger Signature" 1 of 5000 (4 3/4"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 17-01400

Lot # 72      

The Special Edition run of 5000 Ruger Automatic Pistols marked the end of "Standard Automatic" production and were produced exclusively in 1982. SPECS: Full stainless ste...moreel construction with polished finish, "Bill Ruger" signature engraved on the top of the receiver, 4 3/4" barrel, black checkered grips with red Ruger logo medallion inlays, dovetailed notch rear sight and pinned front sight. This gun comes in the original special edition wooden dovetailed case, original red box with paperwork and original cardboard sleeve. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock/ unfired and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Ruger Standard Automatic Pistol MKI and its offspring (MK II, MK III, and MK IV) are a series of rimfire semi-automatic pistols introduced in 1949. It is marketed as a reliable .22 caliber rimfire and is produced in both casual sport and target shooting configurations. The Ruger Standard Automatic line of pistols are still made today and have become the most accepted and successful .22 caliber semi-automatic pistols ever produced. The original "Standard Automatic" model was produced from 1949-1982. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1972 Belgium Browning Safari High-Power Rifle (24"), Bolt-Action, SN - 63663L72

Lot # 73      

The serial number on this Browning High-Power Safari Grade rifle reflects a 1972 production date. SPECS: Double-outline checkered walnut stock with raised Monte Carlo che...moreek/ fluted comb & glossed finish, high luster barrel/ receiver bluing, original brown rubber buttpad with embossed "BROWNING" & black white spacers, engraved floorplate with gold fill, 24" barrel with recessed target crown, adjustable folding leaf rear sight, ramped dovetailed brass bead front sight, stainless bolt/ handle & action, sling studs with swivels and green padded suede sling. CONDITION: This rifle is in nice condition with a few light scuffs on the stock, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Browning "High-Power Rifle" was deluxe bolt-action rifle that was produced from 1960-1975 (although they continued to be sold throughout Europe into the 1980s). They sported a Mauser ’98 style action and were offered in three separate deluxe grades- Safari, Medallion, & Olympian. Although High-Power rifles were very popular during production, they were ultimately discontinued due to economics. In short, the cost to produce the commercial Mauser ’98 action was high, and competing companies were developing new manufacturing methods and began designing rifles that cost notably less to produce. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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Ruger New Super Blackhawk - Stainless (6.5"), 357 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 38-15037

Lot # 74      

SPECS: 6.5" Barrel, full stainless steel construction, smooth hardwood grips with silver/ black logo medallion inlays, grooved hammer, adjustable rear sight pinned to the...more channel, Patridge front sight and 6-shot cylinder. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore, appears to be in good working order and comes in the original grey hardcase (no paperwork).HISTORY: The Ruger Blackhawk is a six-shot, single-action revolver that was introduced in 1955. The Super Blackhawk (chambered for magnum loads) was introduced in 1959. The early Blackhawk models (pre-1974) still operated the same way as the Colt SAA in that the hammer was half cocked to load and unload, and that the firearm was not safe to carry with all six chambers loaded due to the hammer resting upon the sixth chamber. A transfer bar was added to all models in 1974, and dubbed the "New Model". All Super Blackhawks, new & early styles, are capable of operating with much higher pressure handloads than factory produced ammunition. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1944 I.B.M. Corp. M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 3956990

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According to the U.S. M1 Carbine Serial Numbers production chart, this I.B.M. (International Business Machine Corp.) U.S. Carbine was produced in 1944. MARKINGS: "I.B.M. ...moreCORP./ 3956990" on the rear receiver, "I.B.M. CORP." on the top of the barrel, Crossed-Cannons Ordnance inspection stamp on the right side of the stock, Flaming Bomb on the sling well (other sling well markings not legible), "P" proofed under the grip, "U" on the magazine and "U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1" on the front receiver. SPECS: 18" Barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears and green canvas sling. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: In 1941, with the U.S. being pulled into one of the greatest conflicts in world history, many U.S. manufacturers were tasked to switch production to support the war effort. Manufacturers tasked with M1 Carbine parts & production included - Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM), Saginaw Steering Gear (Division Of GM), Quality Hardware & Machine Co., International Business Machines Corp (IBM), Rock-Ola Co., Standard Products, National Postal Meter, Winchester and others. The M1 carbine is a lightweight semi-automatic rifle that was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II and used primarily by Airborne Divisions. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1982 Ruger "Bill Ruger Signature" 1 of 5000 (4 3/4"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 17-01427

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The Special Edition run of 5000 Ruger Automatic Pistols marked the end of "Standard Automatic" production and were produced exclusively in 1982. SPECS: Full stainless ste...moreel construction with polished finish, "Bill Ruger" signature engraved on the top of the receiver, 4 3/4" barrel, black checkered grips with red Ruger logo medallion inlays, dovetailed notch rear sight and pinned front sight. This gun comes in the original special edition wooden dovetailed case, original red box with paperwork and original cardboard sleeve. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock/ unfired and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Ruger Standard Automatic Pistol MK I and its offspring (MK II, MK III, and MK IV) are a series of rimfire semi-automatic pistols introduced in 1949. It is marketed as a reliable .22 caliber rimfire and is produced in both casual sport and target shooting configurations. The Ruger Standard Automatic line of pistols are still made today and have become the most accepted and successful .22 caliber semi-automatic pistols ever produced. The original "Standard Automatic" model was produced from 1949-1982. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1960 Winchester Model 61 (24"), 22 Magnum, Pump, SN - 300816

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According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 61 (.22 Win. Magnum Rimfire) was produced in 1960. SPECS: Smooth walnut stock with ribbed forearm & gloss ...morefinish, black checkered buttplate with embossed "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.", 24" barrel with recessed muzzle crown, adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed silver bead front sight, and quick take-down screw on the left side of the receiver. CONDITION: This gun is in beautiful condition with extremely light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: 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, acted as a "replacement" for the Model 62, and all were equipped with a quick take-down screw. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1994 Ruger Vaquero - Stainless/ Case Color (7.5"), 45 Colt, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 55-26353

Lot # 78      

According to Ruger's Serial Number Database, this Vaquero was produced in 1994. This gun appears to be a "Dealer Excusive Edition", as this variation (Model 0555) was nev...moreer listed in the Ruger Catalog - e.g. very limited production. SPECS: Stainless/ case color finish, 7.5" barrel, smooth black laminate wood grips with glossed finish, grooved stainless hammer and 6-shot cylinder. This gun comes in the original box with shipping cover and paperwork. CONDITION: This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Since its introduction in 1993, the Ruger Vaquero has dominated the cowboy action shooting world and earned its reputation for rugged reliability due to its strength and mechanical superiority. It is often referred to as the gun that won the New West because of its widespread popularity among single-action shooters and cowboy action competitors. The Ruger Vaquero combines the original Old West single-action look and feel with modern features. The mid-size steel frame and cylinder are scaled-down to the same size as the original 1955 Ruger Blackhawk, closely resembling the classic single-action revolvers of the late 1800s. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1944 Quality Hardware & Machine Co. M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 4819622

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According to the U.S. M1 Carbine Serial Numbers production chart, this Quality Hardware & Machine Co. U.S. Carbine was produced in 1944. MARKINGS: "QUALITY H.M.C./ 481962...more2" on the rear receiver, "UNDERWOOD/ 2-44/ Flaming Bomb" on the top of the barrel, "Star/ FAT/ 76" on the right side of the stock (FAT= Fabrica Armi Ternion - Italian Air Force, Post-War Italian Lend-Lease), "AMCO" on the barrel band, "PW" on the magazine and "U.S. CARBINE/ CAL. 30 M1" on the front receiver. SPECS: 18" Barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears and green canvas sling. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: During the Cold War, the U.S. provided hundreds of thousands of military surplus M1 rifles & carbines to various anti-communist countries. Many of these guns were imported back to the U.S. and then sold on the civilian market.... The M1 Garand is a .30-06 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War. The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. The M1 Garand replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard U.S. service rifle in 1936, and General George S. Patton called it "the greatest battle implement ever devised". It is a gas-operated, 8 shot clip-fed, semi-automatic rifle that is 43.6" long, weighs about 9.5 pounds and has a 24" barrel. The M1 Garand was made in large numbers, primarily by U.S. Springfield, during World War II. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1982 Ruger "Bill Ruger Signature" 1 of 5000 (4 3/4"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - 17-01440

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The Special Edition run of 5000 Ruger Automatic Pistols marked the end of "Standard Automatic" production and were produced exclusively in 1982. SPECS: Full stainless ste...moreel construction with polished finish, "Bill Ruger" signature engraved on the top of the receiver, 4 3/4" barrel, black checkered grips with red Ruger logo medallion inlays, dovetailed notch rear sight and pinned front sight. This gun comes in the original special edition wooden dovetailed case, original red box with paperwork and original cardboard sleeve. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new-old-stock/ unfired and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: The Ruger Standard Automatic Pistol MK I and its offspring (MK II, MK III, and MK IV) are a series of rimfire semi-automatic pistols introduced in 1949. It is marketed as a reliable .22 caliber rimfire and is produced in both casual sport and target shooting configurations. The Ruger Standard Automatic line of pistols are still made today and have become the most accepted and successful .22 caliber semi-automatic pistols ever produced. The original "Standard Automatic" model was produced from 1949-1982. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1980 Winchester Model 70 XTR Magnum (24"), 338 Win. Mag., Bolt-Action, SN - G1459119

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According to the Winchester Serialization Chart, this Model 70 XTR Magnum (XTR= Extra Care & Quality) was produced in 1980. SPECS: Glossed walnut Monte Carlo stock with d...moreeep cut checkering/ high fluted comb & raised cheek, black forearm cap with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, high luster bluing, jeweled bolt, black rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, high ramped rear sight with adjustable folding leaf, hooded ramp front sight, sling studs, hinged floorplate, 3+1 internal box magazine and is drilled for scope mounts on the top of the receiver. CONDITION: This rifle is in beautiful condition no wear to speak of, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Winchester introduced their "XTR" models in 1978. The Winchester Catalog stated -- "XTR represents an exciting new look in the Winchester line of sporting arms. All XTR rifles and shotguns present a totally new appearance - a new color, a tough high-luster finish on wood, fine cut checkering, high metal polish and deep rich bluing. Selected XTR models also feature important refinements to improve handling and performance. XTR stands for extra care and quality in the manufacture of Winchester sporting arms." During this time (1970s -1980s) Winchester was making a concerted effort to improve the quality and finish on their guns. Winchester's reputation had been hurt by the massive changes to their line in 1964. The XTR designation was the culmination of their return to prominence. Winchester used the XTR designation until 1989. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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1998 Ruger Vaquero - Blued/ Color Case Hardened (7.5"), 45 Colt, Revolver, SN - 56-88148

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According to Ruger's Serial Number Database, this Vaquero was produced in 1998. SPECS: Blued barrel finish with color case hardened receiver frame & brass straps/ trigge...morer guard, 7.5" barrel, smooth wood grips with glossed finish, grooved hammer and 6-shot cylinder. CONDITION: This gun is in nice condition with a couple light scratches, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. HISTORY: Since its introduction in 1993, the Ruger Vaquero has dominated the cowboy action shooting world and earned its reputation for rugged reliability due to its strength and mechanical superiority. It is often referred to as the gun that won the New West because of its widespread popularity among single-action shooters and cowboy action competitors. The Ruger Vaquero combines the original Old West single-action look and feel with modern features. The mid-size steel frame and cylinder are scaled down to the same size as the original 1955 Ruger Blackhawk, closely resembling the classic single-action revolvers of the late 1800s. FREE SHIPPING & NO PROCESSING FEES.
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