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Extraordinary U.S. Martially Inspected Colt Model 1861 Navy Revolver, SN - 707

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This extraordinary 3-Digit Serial Number, Martially Inspected U.S. Colt Model 1861 Navy Revolver was delivered to John Wood, Quartermaster General, Springfield, IL, on Au...moregust 23, 1861. The Colt Model 1861 Navy had a relatively short production run from 1861 to 1873 during which time only 38,843 were manufactured. There was only one type produced, and it was a .36 caliber with a six-shot cylinder and a 7.5” barrel. All Model 1861 Navy pistols have a streamlined shape which made it one of the best pistols of the percussion era. This light revolver was popular with ranking Army officers and Cavalrymen. Of the 38,843 Model 1861 Navy’s manufactured, only 2,350 were previously known to have been purchased by the U.S. Government. These guns were delivered in 1862 as part of a 2,000 gun contract with the Ordnance Department which was signed on April 13, 1861. In 1862, an additional 363 Model 1861 Navy revolvers were purchased by the U. S. Government from Colt distributors. The 2,000 pistols purchased under the April, 1861, contract were previously believed to be the only Ordnance inspected Model 1861 Navy revolvers to exist. The serial number range for this 2,000 gun contract are scattered from 2496 to 16,236. However, this martially marked U.S. Colt Model 1861 represents a previously overlooked U.S. Government order of 500 in 1861 by Quartermaster General John Wood. Research suggests that these 500 revolvers, along with various other guns & supplies, were purchased without going through the “proper channels” in Washington D.C.. A November 3, 1862, Adjutant Report from Allen C Fuller, Adjutant General, suggests that the purchase of these guns and supplies were unknown to anyone in Washington, D.C. until they received the bill. The same 1862 report states that John Wood immediately issued these guns & supplies to mustering Illinois Cavalry Volunteer units. (Ref. Northern Illinois University Archives – Adjutant General Report 1861-1863)…. These 500 martially inspected U.S. Colt Model 1861 Navy revolvers were among the very first to leave the Colt factory and all are believed to bear a 3-digit serial number. Springfield Research Service literature suggests that serial numbers 341, 342, and 343 were issued to Company D, 2nd Illinois Cavalry. A few Model 1861 Navy revolvers were also reported in the hands of troopers from Companies F & L, 13th Illinois Cavalry in 1864. However, it is very likely that many of these revolvers were also issued to the 8th Illinois Cavalry, who mustered during the exact time that these revolvers were being issued. The 8th Illinois Cavalry was commissioned on August 11, 1861, and was assembled for service in St. Charles, Illinois, on September 18, 1861. The regiment served the duration of the war, and was the only Illinois cavalry regiment to serve the entire war in the Army of the Potomac. Lieutenant Marcellus Jones of the 8th Illinois Cavalry fired what is regarded as the first shot of the Battle of Gettysburg. After the U. S. Contract Walker Colt revolver, a U. S. Contract (martially marked) Model 1861 Navy revolver is the rarest and most desirable Colt percussion handgun to collectors. This revolver features the very desirable U. S. Ordnance sub-inspector mark "R.A.C.” (Rinaldo A. Carr) under the right grip, as well as “B. C.” on the right grip – which may be the officer’s initials that carried it, or, more likely, represents identification for “Company B.” The bottom of the left grip bears five deep cut “kill notches”, indicating that this revolver was carried by a fighting officer. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped "-ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U. S. AMERICA-", as well as "COLT'S/PATENT" in two lines on the left side of the frame. The serial number is stamped on the bottom of the barrel lug, underside of the cylinder pin, bottom of the frame, bottom of the trigger guard and bottom of the back strap - no other parts are stamped. The original blued military finish on this gun is faded, and no cylinder roll-stampings remain visible under normal light. This gun does, however, appear to be in good working order. This gun comes with a framed Colt factory letter. It also sells with a framed copy of a correspondence between Allen C. Fuller & General C. P. Buckinghan (assistant to the U. S. Secretary of War) on November 3, 1862, which references the purchase of these revolvers. The new buyer will inherit an abundance of museum quality Illinois Cavalry display imagery on .25", catalog and newspaper. This may be the first time that the interesting origins of a 3-digit serial number U.S. Contract 1861 Navy revolvers have been brought to light. It is very likely that once the collector community is aware of the interesting history of these pistols, they will become a “must have” in all serious Colt/Civil War collections. This is a very unique investment opportunity to purchase a scarce Civil War revolver with extraordinary history that is likely to triple in value in the years to come.

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1 Of 250 Springfield/ I.M.I Israel, UZI Pistol, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (2 Magazines), SN - SA20540

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The UZI is a 9 mm Luger sub-machine gun that was designed by Uziel Gal in 1950 for Israel Military Industries (IMI) and was put into full production in 1954. Exports from...more IMI, together with FN sales of its licensed copy, led to the UZI being adopted in some form by nearly half the countries on the planet—an impressive accomplishment. The gun’s unique profile makes it immediately recognizable, even in the shadowy background of a feature film. The I.M.I semi-automatic-only UZI variant was assembled in Israel and imported by Action Arms from 1980 to 1989 and is the gold standard of semi-automatic UZIs. The semi-automatic only version was also designed by Uziel Gal, in the late 1970s, while he lived in the United States and worked for a company named Action Manufacturing. He designed the new semi-automatic version with a series of changes that were needed to obtain ATF approval for U.S. sales. Springfield Armory also imported the I.M.I semi-automatic UZI from Israel for U.S. sales. However, this was a short-lived venture for the company, and it is believed that less than 250 I.M.I. semi-automatic UZIs bear the Springfield Armory stamp. Action Arms imported approximately 80,000 UZIs to the U.S. After more than six decades, the UZI remains a desirable firearm for both collectors and shooters. The UZI was produced in several variants, which can be identified by the size & barrel length. This I.M.I. Israel UZI Pistol (Semi-automatic-only) is one of approximately 250 imported by Springfield Armory. Features include 4.5" barrel, matte black military finish, black synthetic vertical pistol grip with over molded grip serrations, grip safety, semi-hooded front & rear adjustable battle sights and comes with (2) 25-round steel magazines. This gun appears to be NOS with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.... This gun will need to be shipped to, or picked up by a Federal Firearms Dealer - Sporting Goods Store, Pawn Shop, Local Gun Dealer, etc. - We will deliver guns to West Quincy, MO, or Keokuk, IA free of charge.

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WWI S&W/ British, Mark II Hand Ejector Second Model, .455 Webley, Revolver, SN - 29804

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When Britain entered World War I, their military outfits were woefully short of weapons. So, they turned to various American arms factories for weapons. First was Smith &...more Wesson for revolvers. At this time, Smith & Wesson was offering their Hand Ejector 1st Model revolver, re-chambered for the British .455 Webley Mark II cartridge, as an option for the British Military contract. These large N-frame revolvers sported a shroud beneath the barrels to protect the ejector rod. Legend has it that Smith & Wesson dropped the ejector rod shroud and crane lock on "2nd Models" at the behest of the British Government who claimed they would foul in the mud of World War I’s trenches. In 1915 Smith & Wesson redesigned their big frame revolver without an ejector shroud or crane lock, calling it the Hand Ejector Second Model. Just shy of 70,000 Second Model Mark II .455 Webley were sold to the British & Canadian Military during WWI. The Second Model was also offered for domestic sales in four American calibers until 1940. This British Mark II Hand Ejector Second Model .455 Webley Revolver sports a 6.5" barrel, diamond checkered walnut grips, lanyard ring, 6-shot swing-out cylinder, blued finish, casehardened trigger & hammer, and large half-moon shaped front sight forged integral with the barrel. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is numbers matching: frame, cylinder & barrel - crane number does not match, which is very common... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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Sig Sauer, SIG556 Pistol, 5.56/ 223 Rem., Semi-Auto (Romeo/ Juliet Sight), SN - 44B001556

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“A pistol is used to fight your way to a rifle.” It’s one of those unwritten laws drilled into the heads of many uniformed professionals. It’s a statement that sounds tou...moregh, but rings true. Incidents of armed combat typically only last seconds, often occurring within 20 feet and in low light. With this concept in mind, Sig Sauer’s new P556 Pistol doesn’t look like the typical handgun, nor is it chambered in a popular pistol cartridge. After a thorough evaluation of the P556, there’s only one word that can be use to describe it… Tough! This departure from conventional handgun wisdom is a pistol-only configuration of Sig Sauer’s highly successful SIG556 semi-automatic, gas operated rifle. Like its big brother, it shares the same operation in a modified receiver, chambered in 5.56mm NATO and compatible for use with .223 ammunition. The gas block is affixed to the barrel and contains the gas port, the operating rod, and accepts the front sight and supports the handguards. The durable two-piece handguard pays tribute to the rifle with a Picatinny rail running along the 6 o’clock position. A two-position gas valve regulates pressure that cycles the pistol. With the gas regulator rib in the vertical position, the P556 functions in normal circumstances giving the best performance and function. With the rib turned to a slanted position, the P556 can overcome cycling or ejection problems due to heavy fouling. Like the SIG556, this setting releases a larger volume of gas against the operating rod to improve functioning. Sig Sauer notes, “The need to use the gas valve in Position 2 is an indication that the pistol requires cleaning.” The P556 Pistol is fitted with a 10", cold hammer forged barrel that’s mechanically mated to the high-strength, Nitron-finished steel upper receiver. The lightweight aluminum lower receiver, and trigger casing, is hardcoat anodized and carries the firing/ safety mechanisms, bolt catch, magazine well, trigger and pistol grip. Also situated along the side of the trigger casing is the ambidextrous two-position safety selector that’s very intuitive for those already familiar with operating AR-style rifles. At the front of the forend are what Sig Sauer refers to as “emergency sights.” Normally stowed to protect them from damage and interference with optical sights are a front post sight that works in tandem with a flip-up rear sight buried within the integral Picatinny accessory rail at the back of the upper receiver. This pistol is compatible with all M16/AR-15-type magazines but the Sig Sauer magazines sport rails on their sides that make them stackable for faster reloads. The most obvious aspect of the P556 differentiating this pistol from the SIG556 rifle is a missing stock. The ribbed FAL-style pistol grip is a carbon copy of the carbine’s, but stability when shooting the Sig Sauer P556 offhand is best attained harnessing isometric tension using a sling attached to the trigger casing’s backplate. This Sig P556 Pistol is equipped with a Concussion Altering Gas Expansion Muzzle Device, angled forend grip, 30-round PMAG and tension harness. This gun also sells equipped with a SIG SAUER Romeo 5 1x20mm Red Dot Sight with Juliet3 3x Magnifier Combo. The Sig Romeo 5 with Juliet3 Combo marries together the best of both worlds. These Red Dot Sights from the trailblazers at SIG SAUER feature 10 illumination settings for optimal viewing in any light condition or climate. Waterproof rated up to 20 meters, the Sig Sauer Combination Red Dot Sight with Magnifier can withstand wetness for 1 hour. This gun comes with the original manual, original folding rear sight (windage adjustable) Romeo/ Juliet sight system box, Lens' covers and sight adjustment tool. This gun is in excellent condition with a couple very light scratches, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.... This gun will need to be shipped to, or picked up by a Federal Firearms Dealer - Sporting Goods Store, Pawn Shop, Local Gun Dealer, etc. - We will deliver guns to West Quincy, MO, or Keokuk, IA free of charge.

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1942 "U.S. Property" Colt, M1908 Pocket Hammerless, 380 ACP (W/ Box), SN - 135160

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The Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless self-loading, semi-automatic pistol is the .380 ACP caliber variant of the Model 1903 produced from 1908 to 1945. Despite the title ...more"hammerless", the Model 1908 does have a hammer which is covered and hidden from view under the rear of the slide. This allows the pistol to be carried in and withdrawn from a pocket quickly and smoothly without snagging. Some were issued to US Army and US Air Force General officers in World War II. Recipients include Generals Eisenhower, Bradley, Marshall, and Patton. Patton's Model 1908 was embellished with three (later four) stars on the grip panels to denote his rank. Generals were issued the Model M1908 in .380 ACP until 1950 when supplies ran out. At that point, they were substituted with .32 caliber models until their replacement in 1972. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this M1908 was produced in 1942. This WWII U.S. Army model is marked: "U.S. PROPERTY" on the right side of the frame. Features include a parkerized military finish, checkered walnut grips with silver Roaring Colt medallion logo inlay, 3.75" barrel, grip safety, rear slide serrations, and 7-round detachable box magazine that is marked "CAL. 380/ COLT". This gun comes with a brown "COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOL .380" box, along with paperwork & hangtag that is not period correct to the gun (1980s re-print). This gun also comes with an extra Colt magazine, which does appear to be period correct. This gun is missing the front blade sight, but otherwise is in nice original condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order.

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Action Arms/ I.M.I Israel, UZI Mod. A, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (Magazines & Case), SN - SA02667

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The UZI is a 9 mm Luger sub-machine gun that was designed by Uziel Gal in 1950 for Israel Military Industries (IMI) and was put into full production in 1954. Exports from...more IMI, together with FN sales of its licensed copy, led to the UZI being adopted in some form by nearly half the countries on the planet—an impressive accomplishment. The gun’s unique profile makes it immediately recognizable, even in the shadowy background of a feature film. The I.M.I semi-automatic-only UZI variant was assembled in Israel and imported by Action Arms from 1980 to 1989 and is the gold standard of semi-automatic UZIs. The semi-automatic-only version was also designed by Uziel Gal in the late 1970s while he lived in the United States and worked for a company named Action Manufacturing. He designed the new semi-automatic version with a series of changes that were needed to obtain ATF approval for U.S. sales. Action Arms imported approximately 80,000 of the semi-automatic UZIs, half of which were designated Model A, and half were designated Model B. The model designation is stamped on the left side of the receiver. The Model B had updated sights that were easier to adjust, and it had a new firing pin safety that ensured the gun wouldn’t fire if a round wasn’t fully seated in the chamber. Otherwise, the two models were identical. After more than six decades, the UZI remains a desirable firearm for both collectors and shooters. The UZI was produced in several variants which can be identified by the size & barrel length. This I.M.I. Israel UZI Model A (Semi-automatic-only) comes with (2) 16" barrels and features a folding metal stock, matte black military finish, black synthetic vertical pistol grip with over-molded grip serrations, grip safety, semi-hooded front & rear adjustable battle sights, black nylon sling, comes with (5) 25-round steel magazines (one magazine is marked "IMI"), and comes with original black UZI soft case. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, both barrels have sharp/ clean bores and appears to be in good working order.... This gun will need to be shipped to, or picked up by a Federal Firearms Dealer - Sporting Goods Store, Pawn Shop, Local Gun Dealer, etc. - We will deliver guns to West Quincy, MO, or Keokuk, IA free of charge.

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Circa 1918 U.S. Proofed, S&W, Hand Ejector, 2nd Model, 44 Special, Revolver, SN - 20887

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Spanning the era from 1908 to 1966, Smith & Wesson produced four variations of their 44 Special caliber revolvers - simply labeled by collectors as 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th ...moreModel Hand Ejectors. The 1st Model .44 Special was a milestone in two regards: it was the introductory vehicle for the .44 Special cartridge, and it was also the first S&W revolver based on the large N-frame. The 1st Model is often called the “Triple Lock” because S&W engineers designed an extra lock on the crane meshing with the frame upon cylinder closure. All swing cylinder S&W revolvers had front and back locks. No one seems to have given 2nd Model .44s a special name, but the 3rd Model was also called the Model 1926 for its year of introduction. The 4th Models had even more names, to include Model 1950 Military and Model 1950 Target. Hand Ejector 1st Model .44s started out with shrouds beneath their barrels to protect ejector rods. Legend has it Smith & Wesson dropped the ejector rod shroud and crane lock on 2nd Models at the behest of the British Government who claimed they would foul in the mud of World War I’s trenches. In 1914, the Triple Lock .44 Hand Ejector First Model began to be replaced by the .44 Hand Ejector Second Model. The Hand Ejector Second Model was essentially the same solid gun as the Triple Lock, but without the costly under barrel lug and omitting the locking point between the yoke tip and extractor shroud. The 2nd Models began production in 1915, but manufacture stopped for a couple years due to World War I’s demands by both the British and American governments for arms. It started again in 1920, and ran till 1940. The Hand Ejector, 2nd Model was not a big selling item with only 17,510 sold in its 25 years production span. This Hand Ejector Second Model was produced just after the conclusion of WWI and sports a rare factory WWI military contract over-run frame which still bears the small U.S. Army Eagle Head S2 acceptance proof. This gun also sports a very uncommon factory "half target" front sight with gold bead - these revolvers were commonly equipped with a fixed half-moon front sight or a pinned front sight on target models. Other features include a 6.5" barrel, diamond checkered walnut grips, lanyard ring, 6-shot swing-out cylinder, blued finish, case-hardened trigger & hammer, and trigger shoe. This gun is in nice condition with some various light bluing wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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Auto-Ordnance, Thompson 1927 A-1, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - 4643

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The Thompson submachine gun, or “Tommy Gun,” is the gun which is said to have made the “Roaring 20s” roar, and its use in that decade by gangsters earned it the moniker “...moreChicago Typewriter.” The Thompson submachine gun was used famously by gangsters, federal agents, police officers, and American servicemen; it is a piece of American history. Although the original selective-fire Thompson, introduced in 1919, is no longer produced, the semi-automatic civilian versions produced by Auto-Ordnance retain a very similar appearance to the original models. These modern versions simply have various modifications in order to comply with US firearm laws. This Auto-Ordnance Model of 1927 A1 sports a 16.5" barrel with a Cutts compensator which lengthens the barrel length to 18”, and puts the overall length at 41” from buttstock to muzzle. The frame & receiver are machined from solid steel, and the wood is genuine American walnut. Other features include a fixed rear stock, finger grooved pistol grip, finger grooved vertical forearm grip, adjustable folding rear sight with ears, fixed front sight integral with the compensator, sling ring, cleaning kit compartment in the rear stock and comes in original black hardcase with a 50-round drum magazine. This gun is in nice condition with a few light scratches, has good bore that will need some residue cleaning, and appears to be in good working order.... This gun will need to be shipped to, or picked up by a Federal Firearms Dealer - Sporting Goods Store, Pawn Shop, Local Gun Dealer, etc. - We will deliver guns to West Quincy, MO, or Keokuk, IA free of charge.

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1943 WWII U.S. Army, Colt Model 1911A1, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 1113190

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Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely co...morepied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985 and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911 completed in 1924. The new version was called the Model 1911A1. During WWII, production of Model 1911A1 pistols were given a parkerized metal finish instead of bluing, and the wood grip panels were replaced with panels made of brown plastic. This U.S. Army Colt 1911 reflects a production date of 1943 and supports the correct G.H.D. ordnance mark below slide stop for Brig. General Guy H. Drewry, Springfield Ordnance District, Army Inspector of Ordnance, June 17, 1942, to July 15, 1945. It is correctly marked "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" & "M1911 A1 U.S. ARMY" on the right side of the frame. This gun also sports an Ordnance Mark behind right grip to the right of the hammer pin. Other features include a parkerized military finish, 5" barrel, safety grip, lanyard ring, unmarked 7-round steel magazine and diamond checkered replacement walnut grips. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order

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Circa 1995 Magnum Research/ I.M.I Israel, Desert Eagle, 44 Mag., Semi-Auto, SN - 97956

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After 25 years of being accessorized, customized and re-imagined in countless movies, television shows and video games, the Desert Eagle Pistol has emerged as a pop-cultu...morere icon. Magnum Research Inc. (MRI) designed and developed the Desert Eagle in the early 1980s. The design was further refined by (and was also manufactured by) Israel Military Industries (IMI) until 1995, when MRI shifted the manufacturing contract to the U.S. The Desert Eagle is a gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol known for chambering the most powerful handgun cartridges available and are easily convertible. Switching a Desert Eagle to another chambering requires only that the correct barrel, bolt assembly, and magazine be installed. Thus, a conversion to fire other cartridges can be quickly accomplished. The Desert Eagle uses a gas-operated ejection/chambering mechanism normally found in rifles, as opposed to the short recoil or blowback designs most commonly seen in semi-automatic pistols. The advantage of the gas operation is that it allows the use of far more powerful cartridges than traditional semi-automatic pistol designs. Thus it allows the Desert Eagle to compete in an area that had previously been dominated by Magnum revolvers. The Desert Eagle has been featured in more than six hundred films, to include: The Matrix, Eraser, Red Heat, Last Action Hero, Cliffhanger, Demolition Man, Assassins, The Last Boy Scout, Double Impact, Snatch, and Austin Powers. This Magnum Research Desert Eagle was made in Israel by I.M.I in circa 1995, and features a 6.25" barrel, black textured rubber wrap-around grip, serrated slide, ambidextrous safety, dovetail sights, and 8-round 44 Magnum magazine. This gun is in nice condition with a couple of light scratches, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1937 Pre-WWII German Mauser (S/42), P.08 Luger, 9mm, Semi-Auto, SN - 6863n

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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...more axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P08 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. This P.08 Luger is dated 1937, and sports the S/42 German Mauser factory code. It has visible numbers matching, with the exception of the magazine, and is German Army proofed throughout. The magazine is original WWII Nazi issued with a Mauser WaffenAmt 63 marked aluminum bottom (1939-1945). Features include a 4" barrel, checkered walnut grips and rear lug for shoulder stock attachment. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1979 Custom ISPC Colt, Govt. MK IV/ Series 70, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 26390B70

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This Colt Government Model 1911 MK IV/ Series 70 represents a production date of 1979, and has been custom modified by D/D Practical Gunsmithing for International Practic...moreal Shooting Confederation (IPSC) matches... In 1911, the U.S. Army adopted the finest combat handgun ever fielded, the Colt Government Model of 1911, designed by John Moses Browning. The 1911 was a triumph of design and a great handgun in every sense of the word. The pistol served as the standard issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985, and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. The Colt Government MK IV Series 70 was made from 1970 to 1983, and is commonly regarded as the best 1911 Series design to be produced. This Custom Competition Colt Government MK IV Series 70 features a “DIKUDIVURTOBLASTUCOMP” stamped slide (right side), 6" Clark barrel/ compensator assembly with spring rod guide, adjustable skeletonized target trigger, checkered front & back straps, beavertail grip safety, flared magazine well, Pachmayr thumb guard, modified hammer spur, Bo-Mar rear sight, ED Brown 8-round magazine with bumper, and checkered walnut grips with gold Roaring Colt medallion inlays. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1920 Colt, U.S. Army M1917, 45 ACP, Revolver, (W/ Moon Clips) SN - 281881 (U.S. No. 132587)

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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-...moreshot, .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. According to Colt Archives serial number database this Colt U.S. Army M1917 was made in 1920. Markings include: Butt frame "U.S./ ARMY/ MODEL/ 1917/ NO./ 132/ 587" (No. 132 587 is the official US Government number, the Colt factory serial number is marked on the crane); Under the barrel "UNITED STATES PROPERTY". Other features include a parkerized military finish, 5.5" barrel, smooth walnut grips, lanyard ring, serrated hammer and comes with (10) moon clips. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1962 Ruger, Single-Six (RSS5X), 22 LR, Revolver (W/ Letter & Holster), SN - 350776

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The Ruger Single-Six is a six-shot, single-action rimfire revolver that was introduced in 1953 when Westerns were popular in movies and television. Colt had discontinued ...morethe iconic Single Action Army prior to World War II, and few single-action revolvers were available to meet market demand for cowboy-style revolvers. The Single-Six was offered in four sub-models according to the barrel length: RSS4X - 4 5/8" barrel; RSS5X - 5 1/2" barrel; RSS9X - 9 1/2" barrel; RSSMX - 6 1/2" barrel. The Single-Six was a "Convertible Model" that was offered with both 22 LR & 22 Magnum cylinders, which could be easily swapped. The early 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. Ruger did offer free transfer bar installation for Pre-1974 models as well. This Ruger Single-Six Model RSS5X, without transfer bar, comes with a Ruger Factory Letter stating that it was manufactured in December, 1962 - This is a one-owner gun. Features include a 5.5" barrel, 22 LR cylinder, dovetail rear sight, front blade sight, smooth walnut grips with black Ruger logo embossed in silver medallions, and comes with the original (period correct) brown tooled leather holster. 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.

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1941 Colt, British Contract, Commando, 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 670883 (Military No. 14113)

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Following the attack on Pearl Harbor in December, 1941, the U.S. Government was scrambling to provide arms and supplies to millions of new recruits. The Defense Supplies ...moreCorporation (DSC) was established in 1941 to provide arms and ammunition to the thousands of non-military guards and police charged with protecting America’s munitions' plants, war production factories, depots, trains, railyards and dozens of other sensitive sites. The DSC contracted with Colt for 20,000 .38 Spl. revolvers. It selected the 4-inch-barrel .38 Spl. Official Police as its choice, but balked at the $28.50 price tag. Colt countered with a version of the Official Police that was Parkerized (Parco-Lubrite) and had plastic (Coltwood) grips lacking checkering on the trigger, hammer and cylinder release latch. The Colt Commando was born, yielding a $2.50 savings over the MSRP of the Official Police. The new weapon was primarily used to arm units of Military police, security guards at U.S. defense plant installations and shipyards, as well as limited clandestine issue to agencies involved in overseas espionage, military intelligence, and the British OSS. Approximately 50,000 Colt Commandos were produced during World War II. The British Purchasing Commission in New York, New York, ordered 1,100 Colt Commandos on June 24th, 1941, for use by the OSS and other overseas agencies. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this gun was made in 1941. The serial number falls within the 1100 BPC order. It sports the "Crown-W" marking on the left side of the frame (British Purchasing Commission Mark) as well as the military number "14113" on the frame under the butt. The New York British Purchasing Commission office stamped all firearms with the "Crown-W" before they were exported to England. Although the majority of British Purchased 38 Special revolvers were converted to the 38-200 British (38 S&W) caliber, this gun appears to retain the original 38 special chambering. Features include a 4" barrel, parkerized military finish, brown checkered "Coltwood" grips, SA/ DA trigger, blued checkered hammer, 6-shot swing-out cylinder and serrated cylinder release latch with manual push locking. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1986 Remington, XP-100, 7mm BR, Bolt-Action Pistol (W/ Case & Brass), SN - B7519610

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The Remington XP-100 is a bolt-action target pistol produced from 1962 to 1998, and was one of the first handguns designed for long-range shooting. It was noted for its a...moreccuracy and is still viewed as competitive today in the sport of handgun varminting, which it helped create, as well as in metallic silhouette shooting. The XP-100 was based on Remington's short action bolt action carbine, the Remington Model 40X, which influenced the later Remington Model 600 rifle. It was initially introduced with a 10.75" barrel set into a nylon stock with a unique center-mounted grip. The XP-100 went through a number of changes during its production run, and many variations were only available through the Remington Custom shop. The most significant changes in the later versions were to barrel length which went to 14.5", and the grip location which eventually was moved to the rear of the stock. The calibers also changed with the elimination of the original 10.75" barrel. The date code on this pistol is "BG", which represents a production date of January, 1986. It sports a 14.5" barrel, Frank Glenn stainless muzzle break, Mohawk Brown nylon stock with white diamond inlay/ black forearm tip & checkered grip, Burris 2x7 IER scope/ base/ rings, comes with original brown leather soft case and sells with (80) new/ unfired brass in factory boxes. This gun is in excellent condition with no wear to speak of, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1941 WWII German Walther (ac 41), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 6739a

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "41" (1941) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. Features include a 4.9" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, German/ Nazi proofed 8-round magazine, dovetailed sights and is primary visible parts numbers matching. This gun sells complete with a period correct "bdr 43" (Richard Ehrhardt of Possneck, Thueringen) German/ Nazi marked black leather hardshell holster. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1940s Colt 1911 Service Model 22 LR Conversion Unit W/ Original Box & Paperwork

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This 1940s Colt 1911 conversion kit (45 ACP to 22 LR) includes a high luster blued Colt marked slide equipped with target adjustable rear sight, barrel, (4) Colt stamped ...more.22 magazines, slide stop, and recoil spring. This kit comes in the original brown hinged cardboard box and original manual. The slide is in excellent condition with very light wear and the barrel has a sharp/ clean bore. Shipping Cost - $20.00, or free with any gun purchase, or free pick up... This item is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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WWII British/ Canadian, Browning-FN No. 2 MK I*, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 1T1030

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Relatively few weapons were used by both Allied and Axis forces in World War II. However, one handgun was virtually unique in that it was used by British and German force...mores who faced each other in combat – the Browning High Power pistol. The version originally sold by Fabrique Nationale Herstal (FN) from 1935 was identified as the “High Power.“ In 1954, the pistol was marketed through the Browning Arms Company (BAC) in the US, a subsidiary of FN. At that point, it became the “Hi-Power” to distinguish it from the High-Power hunting rifle also sold by BAC. The original design work on what would become the High Power pistol was started in the early 1920s in response to a French military requirement for a Grande Puissance (High Power) sidearm. This didn’t refer to the shooting power of the pistol but to a requirement for a magazine which held at least ten rounds of 9mm ammunition – more than any contemporary semi-automatic service pistol. In response to the French requirement and on behalf of FN, John Browning produced and designed this full-size military sidearm with a locked-breech recoil system and a double column, sixteen-round magazine. By the early 1930s, he had produced a revised design for a single-action pistol with a double-stack magazine holding up to thirteen 9mm Parabellum rounds and featuring a complex trigger mechanism which extended up into the area of the slide in an attempt to keep the grip as slim as possible. The design was completed in 1935, and FN released it as the FN Model 1935. Around 35,000 High Power pistols were manufactured in Belgium up to 1939, and were largely used by Britain/ France, although Belgium was officially neutral in WWII. On May 10th, 1940, German forces invaded Belgium and the FN plant was captured virtually intact. At this time, FN Herstal continued to build guns for the Allied forces by moving their production line to a John Inglis and Company plant in Canada. Inglis High-Powers made for Commonwealth forces were designated the 'MK 1' and later the 'MK 1*. This British/ Canadian No. 2 MK I* is marked: "BROWNING-FN 9MM, HIGH POWER, INGLIS CANADA" on the left side of the slide; "No 2 MK I*" stamped directly above that. The right side of the pistol is stamped with the matching stacked serial numbers on the barrel, slide and frame. The right side of the frame has been stamped "AF" which is believed to represent a No I MK I conversion - i.e. this gun may have originally been a No. 1 MK I and was factory converted/ updated during wartime to a No. 2 MK I*. This factory conversion would have included various new parts, new matted black finish, high hump fixed rear sight, and black plastic grip panels. Other features include a 4.75" barrel, dovetailed #3 front blade sight, round serrated hammer, lanyard ring and 13-round steel magazine that is stamped "JI". The factory black matte finish on this gun is not pretty, but this gun does appear to be original, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1979 Colt, SAA M1876, 3rd Gen., Nickle 7.5", 45 Colt, Revolver (Box & Paperwork), SN - SA19515

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The Colt Single Action Army (SAA) is a single-action revolver designed for the U.S. government service revolver trials of 1872 by Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Com...morepany and was adopted as the standard military service revolver until 1892. At the beginning of World War II, Colt ceased production of the Single Action Army revolver to devote more time to filling orders for the war. When the war ended, the advent of television and Western themed movies created customer demand for the revolver, so Colt resumed manufacturing in 1956 with the Second Generation line of Single Action Army revolvers. These Second Generation Colt Single Action Army revolvers were produced from 1956 to 1974. A Third Generation began in 1975, characterized by a change in barrel thread pitch and a solid cylinder bushing replacing the removable/replaceable part from the first and second generations. The first Colt Single Action Army prototypes were manufactured in .44 American caliber for the 1872 government trials, as the .44 American was the cartridge used in the 1,000 Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolvers issued to the troops. After the tests, the Colt was declared the superior revolver, and the government specified that a .45 caliber cartridge would be required. Colt's Third Generation SAA 45 caliber revolvers were offered in three standard barrel lengths of 4 3/4", 5 1/2" & 7 1/2", finishes of full nickel or blue, and grips of hard rubber, or walnut on nickeled guns. In the spring of 1982, Colt removed SAAs from their standard catalog, making them only available from the Colt Custom Shop. Colt’s timing in taking the SAA out of the catalog in 1982 had been poor. The sport of cowboy action shooting had just gotten started and the market for SAAs increased dramatically. By 1993, Colt added the SAA back to the catalog with caliber options being only .45 Colt and .44-40. Early in 1994, .38-40 was added to catalog as well. According to Colt Serial Number Archives, this Third Generation SAA Model 1876 was made in 1979. Features include a full nickel finish, 7.5" barrel, custom blond wood grips, and comes in original box with paperwork. This gun is in beautiful same-as-new condition throughout, with a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired), and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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WWII Bring-Back "U.S. 95TH DIV.", Dreyse M1907, 32 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 221273

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The Dreyse Model 1907 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Louis Schmeisser. The gun was named after Nikolaus von Dreyse, the designer and inventor of the Dreyse Needle...more Gun. The Waffenfabrik von Dreyse company was acquired by Rheinische Metallwaren & Maschinenfabrik Sömmerda in 1901, although the Dreyse Model pistols were marketed under the Dreyse name. The Model 1907 Dreyse pistol was designed in 1905–1906 and was marketed from 1907 through WWII. Early pistols are marked "Dreyse Rheinische Metallwaren- & Maschinenfabrik ABT. Sommerda" on the left side of the frame and an "RMF" monogram on the grips. Later pistols are usually marked "Dreyse Rheinmetal ABT. Sommerda". Primarily used by Austrian troops during World War I, especially officers of the Austro-Hungarian Habsburg Empire, these guns were also used by officers of Imperial Germany Army during World Wars I & II. Although the Model 1907 was officially produced for over 30 years, production was quite limited. This early Model 1907 is marked "Dreyse Rheinische Metallwaren- & Maschinenfabrik ABT. Sommerda". This pistol is a WWII Allied personnel bring-back and is hand inscribed: Left side- "U.S. ARMY 1942-1945" "95TH DIV. VICTORY"; Right side- "VERLE E HILLYER/ 1944/ GERMANY/ BUSHNELL, ILL" "HILLYER"; and is also stamped "CC D 14" on the right side of the slide. Features include a 3.5" barrel, black checkered hard rubber grips with "RMF" monogram and 7-round 7.65mm (.32 ACP) magazine. This gun is showing wear with bluing loss, has a sharp clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1920 Colt, Model 1902 Military Automatic, 38 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 43198

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The Colt Automatic Pistol 1902 Model was produced from 1902 to 1928, and was a direct evolution from the original Colt Automatic Pistol of 1900. There are two distinct v...moreersions of the 1902, known as the Sporting and Military models. Like the original Model of 1900, both the Sporting and Military model fired the .38 auto cartridge. The Military Model - In 1900 the U.S. military wanted a sidearm with a longer grip, primarily to allow a man to get a better hold on the big gun, but a secondary advantage was that it would allow for an additional cartridge in the magazine. They also wanted a way to hold the slide open after the last round was fired which would enable quick reloading without changing hands, and they wanted a means of field stripping the gun that did not require a tool of any kind. So John M. Browning designed a slide stop mechanism for the gun and modified the plug in the end of the recoil spring housing such that it could be pressed inward to take tension off the transverse bar that locks the slide to the frame. Finally, the military requested that a lanyard ring and swivel be installed on the pistol grip which required that the bottom rear of the grip be squared, rather than rounded, to accommodate it. With these design updates to the Model 1900, the Military Model of 1902 was born. Colt agreed to make the requested changes as early as March of 1901, but the new pistol was not ready until late in the year. On 16 December, 1901, the pistol was examined by members of the Ordnance Board at the Springfield Armory; and on Christmas Eve, after additional magazines had been delivered, the first protype was test fired using approximately 6,000 rounds. The first hundred guns, serial numbers 15001 through 15100 were delivered to Springfield Armory on 15 July, 1902, and the second hundred, serial numbers 15101 through 15200, were delivered on 25 July. The pistols were issued in September to officers and enlisted men in the Second, Fourth, and Thirteenth Cavalry and the Eighth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Seventeenth field batteries stationed at Fort Riley and Forth Leavenworth in Kansas and at Jefferson Barracks in Missouri. The finish on the early Military Model was a mirror polished rich charcoal blue with the small parts fire blued. According to Douglas Sheldon, the finish changed color somewhat around 1915, and less polishing was done prior to the bluing process. Approximately only 18,068 total units of the Military Model 1902 version were produced. Colt presented one of these pistols to then President Theodore Roosevelt. The Model 1902 was never adopted by the U.S. or any other world military organization, probably due to reservations regarding the design's robustness as well as its developmental nature. Only one order of 200 were ever purchased by U.S. Army. The Colt 1905 .45 ACP, which was really being developed by Colt with military contracts in mind, supplied the most impatient and significantly supplemented Colt 1902 sales while setting the table for US government adoption of the Model 1911. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1902 Military Automatic was manufactured in 1920. Features include a 6" barrel, hard rubber black checkered grips with Roaring Colt embossed logo, rear slide serrations, lanyard ring, checkered low-spur hammer, 8-round detachable box magazine, notched dovetail rear sight and fixed blade front sight. Markings include: Left Slide "PATENTED/ APRIL 20. 1897. SEPT. 9. 1902"; Right Slide "AUTOMATIC COLT/ CALIBRE 38 RIMLESS SMOKELESS", Right Trigger Guard "48"; Left Trigger Guard "1" / "VP" within Delta triangle; Magazine "MIL./ COLT/ 38 CAL". This gun is in nice condition with some bluing wear on the straps & muzzle side, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1980 Smith & Wesson, 25-5, 45 Colt, Revolver (Box/ Grips/ Paperwork), SN - N677334

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Introduced in 1955, the big N-framed Smith & Wesson Model 25 was originally marketed as the “.45 Target Model”. Proving popular with Bullseye competitors, after 1957, the...more 45 Target Model was officially named the Model 25–with the Model 1950 rebranded as the Model 22–and soon, other calibers and barrel lengths were added. Generational improvements on the Model 25 series typically alternated between .45ACP and .45 Colt versions, with the even numbers going to the former and odd dashes to the latter. For instance, the 25-6 was chambered in .45 ACP while the 25-7 was a .45 Colt. By 1979, Smith had replaced the 6.5" barrel models with a shorter 6" variant, while retaining the 4" models and introducing an even longer 8.375" model as well. By 1991, Smith dropped the Model 25 from their regular catalog, leaving it as a special production gun, and in 1999, halted even that. After a brief hiatus, however, the big .45 target revolver was reintroduced with the 25-11 series just after the Millenium. Today, S&W continues making the Model 25 as part of their Classic line of revolvers. According to the "Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson" book, this Model 25-5 was produced in 1980. Features include a 6" ribbed barrel with partial lug & shrouded ejector rod, bright blue finish, comes with large & small checkered walnut Magna-Style grips with S&W medallions, adjustable white outline rear sight pinned to the channel, ramped front sight with red insert, case-hardened serrated trigger, case-hardened checkered hammer and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun comes in an unmarked blue S&W box with original cleaning kit and paperwork. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1943 WWII German Walther (ac 43), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 9232c

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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 ...morewas 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. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "43" (1943) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. Features include a 4.9" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, German/ Nazi proofed 8-round magazine, dovetailed sights and is all visible numbers matching. This gun sells complete with a period correct "dla 44" Nazi proofed brown leather softshell holster. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1974 Colt, M1851 Navy, 2rd Gen., .36 Percussion Revolver (Box & Paperwork), SN - 14052

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The Colt 1851 Navy is a cap and ball revolver that was designed by Samuel Colt between 1847 and 1850. Colt first referred to this Revolver as the Ranger Size model, and t...morehen Revolving Belt, but the designation "Navy" quickly took over. The six-round .36-caliber Navy revolver was much lighter than the contemporary Colt Dragoon Revolvers developed from the .44 Walker Colt revolvers of 1847, which, given their size and weight, were generally carried in saddle holsters. The Model 1851 became very popular in North America at the time of Western expansion and was a preferred sidearm among officers of both the Union & Confederate Army during the U.S. Civil War. The cylinder of this revolver is engraved with a scene of the victory of the Second Texas Navy at the Battle of Campeche on May 16, 1843. In the late 1950s Val Forgett, founder of Navy Arms, started manufacturing quality reproductions of the Colt Model 1851 Navy, and frequently supplied them to filmmaker Sergio Lione and Clint Eastwood for early spaghetti westerns. Because of this, and the popularity of Western themed TV shows & movies at the time, Colt started producing a "Second Generation" Black Powder Revolver line in 1971 (1851 Navy) and 1974 (Third Model Dragoon). Production continued through 1976. In 1978, Colt resumed production, of a much cheaper quality through 1982, also at the Colt factory. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Colt Second Generation Model 1851 .36 Navy Revolver was manufactured in 1974. Features include a 7.5" octagon barrel, silver trigger guard & straps, case-hardened receiver frame & loading lever, bright polished blued finish, smooth walnut grips with glossed finish, and Naval Engagement engraved cylinder. This gun comes in a period correct Colt wood grain cardboard box (without original label), and original paperwork. This gun is in beautiful same-as-new condition throughout, with an excellent sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1939 Winchester, Model 12 SKEET, 28 Ga. (26" W/ Cutts Compensator), Pump, SN - 822297

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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 ...moreRepeater". The Model 12 was designed by Winchester engineer, T.C. Johnson, and was based in part on the M1893/97 design by John M. Browning in that it used a sliding forearm or "pump action" to cycle the mechanism. With forged and machined steel parts, the ultimate reason for 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. The Model 12 was made in several grades and configurations throughout its production: Field, Fancy, Skeet, Trap, Pigeon, Tournament, Featherweight, Heavy Duck Gun, Riot Gun and Trench Gun. Initially chambered for 20 gauge only, the 12 and 16 gauge versions came out in 1913 (first listed in the 1914 catalogs). The 28 gauge was introduced in 1935 and was in production until 1958, with only approximately 5,000 manufactured. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 12 Skeet Grade 28 gauge was made in 1939. Features include a 26" SKEET barrel with Lyman Cutts Compensator (barrel length includes compensator), Simmons vent-rib, outline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, black grip cap, brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, brass/ ivory bead front sight, 2 7/8" chamber and 14.5" LOP. This gun is numbers matching & marked "SKEET" on both the receiver and barrel. This gun is in beautifully refinished condition with an early hairline crack on the left side of the grip, sports a polished high luster bluing finish and appears to be in good working order.

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1901 Colt, Deluxe Engraved Lightning Rifle - Small Frame, 22 RF, Pump, SN - 57735

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The Colt Lightning Carbine or Colt Lightning Rifle is a slide-action (pump-action) rifle manufactured from 1884 to 1904. It was made in three different frame sizes to acc...moreommodate a wide range of cartridges, from .22 Short to .50-95 Express. The small-frame Lightning (also referred to as "Second Model Colt Lightning") was the first rimfire rifle made by Colt and was manufactured between 1887 and 1904 as a plinking and gallery gun. Colt records indicate 89,912 were made in .22 Short and .22 Long. According to Colt Serial Number archives, this Small Frame Lightning Magazine rifle was made in 1901. This gun has been professionally restored and sports an elaborately, deep relief engraved receiver/ trigger guard/ 1/4 barrel with a squirrel & Rampant Colt on the left side, Rabbit on the right side, accompanied by floral scroll patterns throughout. Other features include a polished high luster bluing finish, smooth walnut stock with Schnabel slide & gloss finish, black checkered hard rubber buttpad with embossed Rampant Colt, 24" octagon barrel, brass loading gate and dovetailed iron sights. This gun is in beautiful condition with no surface wear, has a semi-sharp bore with some light pitting and appears to be in good working order.

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1937 Winchester, Model 42 (MOD - 25"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 32413

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 42 was made in 1937. Features include a 25" MOD barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black ribbed buttpad, brass bead front sight and 13.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1881 Winchester, Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine, 44-40 W.C.F., (W/ 1945 Note), SN - 68296

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The Model 1873 was one of the most successful Winchester rifles of all time, known as "The Gun That Won the West", manufactured between 1873 and 1923. It was originally c...morehambered in popular handgun cartridges of the day (44-40, 38-40 & 32-20) allowing users to carry just one type of ammunition. It was produced in three variations: Rifle - 24" barrel, Carbine - 20" barrel, and a "musket"—which was aimed at military contracts. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1873 was made in 1881. This gun comes with a hand written letter that was found in the butt stock - "JAN. 24, 1945/ DEL RIO, TEXAS/ DEAR DAD, I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD GIVE YOU A THRILL IF YOU SHOULD LOOK INTO THE BUTT./ THIS GUN USE TO BELONG TO A MEXICAN./ SON/ P.S NO THIS ISN'T A MAP". Features include a 20" barrel, smooth walnut stock, trapdoor crescent buttplate, folding tangent rear sight, silver lifter/ lever/ trigger/ hammer & bands, integral dust cover and saddle ring. This gun sports an early partial refinish, is in good condition with some various light wear, has an excellent sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1951 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 27" W/ Cutts Compensator), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 99644

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 42 was made in 1951. Features include a 27" FULL barrel with Lyman Cutts Compensator (barrel length includes compensator), smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, black checkered buttpad, Simmons vent rib, dual silver bead sights and 14" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1905 Winchester, Model 1873 (26" Barrel), 32-20 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 602699B

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The Model 1873 was one of the most successful Winchester rifles of all time, known as "The Gun That Won the West", manufactured between 1873 and 1923. It was originally c...morehambered in popular handgun cartridges of the day (44-40, 38-40 & 32-20), allowing users to carry just one type of ammunition. It was produced in three variations: Rifle - 24" barrel, Carbine - 20" barrel, and a "musket"—which was aimed at military contracts. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1873 was made in 1905. Features include a rare 26" round barrel, smooth walnut stock, crescent metal buttplate, semi-buckhorn adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed brass blade front sight, brass shell lifter, integral dust cover and full length magazine tube. This gun is showing some age & wear, but is in overall good condition, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1951 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 28"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 108797

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 42 was made in 1951. Features include a 28" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, Simmons vent-rib, black ribbed buttpad, brass bead front sight and 13.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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1893 Winchester, Model 1886 Rifle, 40-65 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 78258

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The Winchester Model 1886 was a lever-action repeating rifle that was made from 1886 to 1935, and designed by John Browning to handle some of the more powerful cartridges...more of the period. During the early stages of World War I, the Royal Flying Corps purchased Model 1886 rifles chambered for the .45-90 Sharps cartridge with special incendiary bullets designed to ignite the hydrogen gas in German airships. The action was strong enough that a nickel-steel barrel was the only necessary modification needed to work with smokeless powder cartridges, and in 1903, the rifle was chambered for the smokeless high-velocity .33 WCF cartridge. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1886 was made in 1893. Features include a 26" octagon barrel, smooth walnut stock, crescent metal buttplate, semi-buckhorn adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed blade front sight and full length magazine tube. This gun is showing some age & wear, but overall is in good original condition, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1954 Winchester, Model 42 (FULL - 26"), 410 Ga., Pump, SN - 132210

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The first pump-action shotgun designed specifically for the .410 was introduced by Winchester in 1933 as the Model 42. A scaled-down version of Winchester’s classic Model...more 12 pump-action shotgun, the Model 42 was a sweet little scattergun that holds top value to collectors. About 164,800 were produced in a variety of grades and barrel configurations - Standard Grade, Skeet Grade, Trap Grade, Deluxe Grade, and Pigeon Grade. Marketed as "Everybody’s Sweetheart," as well as "The Greatest Little Shotgun in the World," the sleek, racy, fast-handling Model 42 was a hit with upland hunters and skeet shooters. The Model 42 stayed in the lineup until 1963, a famous year in the company’s history, when rising production costs led to changes in manufacturing processes which led to the "pre-64" and "post-64" categories of all Winchester firearms. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 42 was made in 1954. Features include a 26" FULL barrel chambered for 3" shells, smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & ribbed forearm, brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, silver bead front sight and 13.5" LOP. This gun is in beautifully refinished condition and appears to be in good working order.

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1925 Winchester, Model 92 Saddle Ring (20"), 44-40 W.C.F. (1 Of 400 - MGM Studios) SN - 944270

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The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally, becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941, due to WWII. The Winchester Model 92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 92 Short Rifle was made in 1925. This gun comes with a store hangtag which says "1 of 400 Built for MGM Studios". We could not find any evidence to support this, however, Hollywood did buy plenty of Winchester Model 1892 Rifles in the early 20th century because they were affordable, in-production, and easy-to-use. Also, John Wayne publicly claimed that it was his favorite rifle to use in a movie. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 20" octagon barrel, adjustable folding tangent rear sight, dovetailed brass bead front sight, full length magazine tube, saddle ring and is hand marked "HP" on the right grip & "DP" on the left grip. This gun is showing age, but still retains an excellent sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1995 Browning, Recoilless Trap (30"), 12 Ga., Single Barrel (W/ Box & Chokes), SN - 01411NV869

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The Browning Recoilless was a short-lived Single Barrel Trap Shotgun that was made from 1993 to 1995. Its unique design was an attempt to furnish shooters with a 12 gauge...more trap gun with minimum recoil. Due to the forward movement of the barrel module when the trigger is pulled, the recoil is reduced up to 72%, according to Browning. The two digit date code on this gun (NV) represents a 1995 production date and the model code 869 = Recoilless Trap Shotgun. Features include a 30" Inventor Plus barrel, adjustable high vent-rib, checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, brown rubber recoil pad with black spacers, gold trigger, matte black finish, dual white bead sights, gold Buckmark trigger guard logo, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun comes in original box with (1) LOP spacer, F/M/IMP M choke tubes and choke tube wrench. This gun is in nice condition with no wear to speak of, and appears to be in good working order.

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1899 Winchester, Model 1892 Rifle (24"), 38-40 W.C.F., SN - 944270

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The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally, becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941, due to WWII. The Winchester Model 92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1892 Rifle was made in 1899. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 24" octagon barrel, adjustable buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed blade front sight and full length magazine tube. This gun is in nice condition on an early refinish with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order.

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Beretta, UGB25 Excel Trap, 12 Ga., Break-Action Semi-Auto, SN -UG01509A

Lot # 38      

The Beretta UGB (Ultimate Gun Beretta) is a gas-operated break-action shotgun. It is a semi-auto, but the unique break action design is much the same as a conventional ov...moreer-under or side-by-side shotgun. The UGB is essentially a trap gun because these disciplines provided the parameters for its design. Semi-autos have never been popular for trap shooting because it never looks safe, a real cause of concern for a line of competitors taking it in turns to shoot. However the advantage of a semi auto in trap shooting is that the gun is softer on recoil, thereby allowing for a more accurate and faster second shot. It’s also lighter at the front end so it moves easily and the longer action frame helps provide a sighting plane for more precise shot placement. With this break-open design, the gun can now be seen to be safe, and the fired case is ejected downward and away from the shooter. This minimizes distraction and also makes the gun suitable for both left and right hand shooters. To keep moving parts to a minimum, the gun works on the short recoil principle which should help keep the mechanism cleaner and more reliable. Other features of the UGB include: Over-bored Optima barrel with extended forcing cone and Optima multichoke to reduce recoil and pellet deformation; Weight 8 lbs., or 9 lbs. when fitted with recoil reducer; Easy fit stock with shim system to alter cast and drop to suit the user; Adjustable comb with Beretta memory system; Adjustable stock length thanks to the recoil pad plate; select grade wood stock with water resistant protective coating; And ergonomic fore-end shape for uniform grip. This Beretta UGB25 Excel sports a European dark walnut stock with deep checkering & contoured forearm, adjustable comb, gold trigger, 30" barrel, adjustable high vent-rib, dual bead sights, jeweled monobloc, F-SP extended choke tube, 2 3/4" chamber and 14" LOP. This gun does not come with a box or any other accessories. This gun is in same-as-new condition and appears to be in good working order.

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1925 Winchester, Model 92 Saddle Ring (20"), 25-20 W.C.F., SN - 941748

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The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally, becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941, due to WWII. The Winchester Model 92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1892 Short Rifle was made in 1925. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 20" round barrel, adjustable folding tangent rear sight, pinned front sight, saddle ring and full length magazine tube. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1987 Classic Doubles, Classic Model 201 (Winchester 23) (26" M/IC), Side-By-Side, SN - CH2-504

Lot # 40      

In 1987, when the Olin Corp. (Winchester) sold the New Haven, Conn. operations plant to U.S. Repeating Arms, they also sold their Japanese factory to a newly formed compa...moreny - Classic Doubles International. This new firm continued using the same factory, machinery, people, tooling, and designs to produce their versions of the Winchester Model 23. The "Classic Model 201" was mechanically near identical, but cosmetically slightly different to the Model 23. Most mechanical parts of the Classic Doubles are identical and interchangeable with the Winchester. Due to lack of sufficient sales volume to support the operations, they went bankrupt after just 2 years (1987-1988). Due to the limited production of Classic Doubles guns, they have become very sought after by collectors, just as much as the Winchester versions. This Classic Model 201 Field boxlock side-by-side shotgun sports a glossed dark walnut stock with deluxe checkering pattern/ contoured grip/ fluted comb & large beavertail forearm, Pachmayr Old English black rubber buttpad with black spacer, 26" MOD/ IMP CYL barrels, serrated vent-rib with dual white bead sights, dual extractors, black grip cap with floral design, tang safety/ barrel selector, 14.5" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" or 3" shells. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, and appears to be in good working order.

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1917 Winchester, Model 92 Saddle Ring (20"), 32-20 W.C.F., SN - 834621

Lot # 41      

The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941, due to WWII. The Winchester Model 92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1892 Short Rifle was made in 1917. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 20" round barrel, adjustable folding tangent rear sight, pinned front sight, saddle ring and full length magazine tube. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1993 Ruger, Red Label, 12 Ga. (30"), Over/ Under, SN - 410-57921

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The Ruger Red Label first came on the scene in 1977 when it was made available as a 20-gauge. Two years later, in 1979, a 12-gauge version was released, and in 1984 a sca...moreled-down version was built on a 28-gauge frame. By the late 1980s, many European shotgun makers were beginning to feel the pressure from across the Atlantic Ocean. An American firearms company (Sturm, Ruger & Co.) was starting to put out some very high quality shotguns using the latest innovative machinery and manufacturing techniques. By this time, the Red Label had already built a great reputation for being a solid American-made over-under shotgun. The Red Label came with Ruger’s popular signature mark of a highly polished stainless-steel receiver, as well as automatic ejectors. The gleaming oil-finished wooden butt stock and forend were made from high quality, American, homegrown walnut and perfectly sealed with a satin weather-resistant finish. Small details such as the checkering on the pistol grip and forend gave it a simple classy look that is easily recognizable at the range or in the field. It was produced for over thirty years, from 1978-2011, and again in 2013-2014 for a limited run. Over four decades later, it is still a highly sought-after shotgun by hunters and collectors alike. According to Ruger's serial number database, this Red Label was made in 1993. Features include a polished stainless receiver, silver trigger, dark American walnut stock with deep cut checkering & fluted comb, black rubber buttpad with black spacer, 30" vented barrels with SKEET/ SKEET choke tubes, serrated vent-rib with dual brass bead sights, black grip cap with gold Ruger Logo medallion inlay, polished stainless forearm latch with gold Ruger Logo medallion inlay, tang safety/ barrel selector, 3" chamber, and 14.5" LOP. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, and appears to be in good working order.

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1910 Winchester, Model 1892 Rifle (24"), 32-20 W.C.F., SN - 537307

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The Winchester Model 1892, or Model 92, is a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning in 1892. In order to compete with newer Marlin offerings, Winchester r...moreeturned to its roots with the Model 1892 which was chambered for the same low-pressure cartridges as the Model 1873. The Model 1892 incorporates a much-stronger Browning action that was a scaled-down version of the Model 1886. It was also a much lighter rifle than the 1873 model with which it was sold concurrently for over twenty years for the same price. A total of 1,004,675 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester, and it was exported internationally, becoming very popular in South America and Australia. Production ceased in 1941 due to WWII. The Winchester Model 92 was made popular again in the early 1950s through the 1970s due to its use in Hollywood Western movies and TV shows. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1892 Rifle was made in 1910. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 24" round barrel, adjustable elevator buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight, and full length magazine tube. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order

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1981 Remington, 870 LW Wingmaster Magnum (FULL - 28"), 20 Ga., Pump, SN - V715524U

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First produced in 1950 as an updated version of the Model 31, the Remington Model 870 Wingmaster Pump Action Shotgun is light, lively, easy to take apart & maintain, reli...moreable and versatile. If the Model 870 was introduced today, it would be hailed as a major advance in pump-action shotgun design. Yet this remarkable shotgun has been around for almost 75 years, and has become the best-selling shotgun of any type in history with over ten million made. The ultimate in strength, durability, silky-smooth bind-free action, and sleek classical lines, along with its flawless balance and natural pointing qualities, have made the Model 870 Wingmaster a true American icon. The serial number & date code on this Model 870 Lightweight Wingmaster Magnum represents a 1981 production. Features include a checkered walnut stock with fleur-de-lis pattern/ fluted comb/ contoured forearm & gloss finish, black grip cap with duck-in-flight & white spacer, brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, 28" FULL barrel, serrated vent-rib with silver bead front sight, 3" chamber and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, and appears to be in good working order.

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1904 Winchester, Model 1894 Rifle (26"), 25-35 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 223644

Lot # 45      

The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch, quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West Coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Rifle was made in 1904. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 26" octagon barrel, adjustable elevator buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight, and full length magazine tube. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order

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2004 Remington, 1100 Classic Trap (30")- Engraved/ Gold, 12 Ga., (Box & Chokes), SN - R240547V

Lot # 46      

The Remington Model 1100 was first produced in 1963, and was the first auto-loading shotgun to utilize a gas cycling operation. This new design not only revolutionized mo...moredern shotguns, but it has amazing durability which led to the Remington 1100 being the best selling auto-loading shotgun in history with more than four million sold. The 1100 Classic Trap was first introduced in 1970 and was optimized for 2.75" and other light field loads. When the Model 1100 became available in all four competitive skeet bores in 1969, it literally took over the sport. During the 1970s and 80s, Model 1100s often accounted for sixty to seventy percent of the shotguns used at major trap & skeet shoots. Today, 60 years later, it is still being used by competitive shooters due to its superior performance and handling qualities. The serial number & date code on this Model 1100 Classic Trap represent a 2004 production. Features include 30" Target Contour RemChoke barrel, vent-rib with dual bead sights, engraved receiver with scroll pattern on each side & gold bald eagle inlay on the left side, B-grade American walnut stock with deep cut checkering/ fleur-de-lis pattern/ high fluted comb/ contoured forearm & high gloss finish, black grip cap with white "RA" logo, brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, silver locking tab action button, gold trigger, 14.5" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun comes in original box with (3) choke tubes (.027 Singles, .034 Mid-Handicap & .041 Long-Handicap) and manual. This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of, and appears to be in good working order.

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1946 (Pre-64) Winchester, Model 94 Carbine (20"), 32 W.S., Lever-Action, SN - 1379358

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The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch, quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West Coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Carbine (32 Winchester Special) was made in 1946. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, checkered metal buttplate, 20" round barrel, Williams adjustable side-mounted rear receiver peep sight, rear dovetail insert, ramped dovetail silver pin front sight, and full length magazine tube. This gun is hand marked "MARY" on the right side of the grip. This gun in good condition with some various light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1970s Ithaca-SKB, Engraved 500, 20 Ga. (28" F/ M), Over/ Under, SN - S6501367

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In 1966, SKB began producing shotguns for Ithaca Gun Company producing a complete line of shotguns that included semi-automatic, side-by-side, single barrel and over & un...moreder models. These Ithaca SKB imports quickly gained a reputation for strength & quality among American sportsmen. The 1970s were highlighted by increased productivity in the factory with the inclusion of CNC machining. Over 95 percent of the factory’s production was exported to the United States, Canada, Western Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. In 1978, Ithaca Gun Company filed for bankruptcy protection, and SKB ceased production of the Ithaca branded models. This Ithaca/ SKB Model 500 (20 gauge) sports a scroll engraved receiver/ action lever/ trigger guard, Kirsten locking system, grooved gold-plated trigger, outline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & contoured forearm, black checkered buttpad, black grip cap, 28" FULL/ MOD barrels, jeweled action block, serrated vent-rib with fiber-optic pin front sight, trigger barrel selector, tang safety, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chambers. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, and appears to be in good working order.

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1926 (Pre-64) Winchester, Model 94 Saddle Ring (20"), 25-35 W.C.F. Lever-Action, SN - 993042

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The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch, quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West Coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Carbine was made in 1926. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 20" round barrel, saddle ring, adjustable folding tangent rear sight, pinned front sight, and full length magazine tube. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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Circa 1890, Ed Kettner, Coin Engraved German Drilling, 16 Ga./ 9.3X72R, Combination, SN - 6015

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In the 19th Century, German gunmakers created what is known as drillings and vierlings combination sporting guns. A combination gun is a firearm that comprises at least o...morene rifled barrel and one smoothbore barrel that is typically used with shot or some type of shotgun slug. A drilling (German for "triplet") is a combination gun that has three barrels. The typical format was side-by-side or over-under shotgun barrels with a rifle barrel underneath or to the side of the shotgun barrels. Drillings normally have two triggers, which with three barrels means they have a variety of “fire control systems”, and open with a sidelever. Founded on January 23, 1884, Eduard Kettner built one of the largest firearm manufacturing/ trading companies in Germany. At the beginning of the 20th century, it produced thousands of hunting weapons in factories in Suhl and Porz which it then exported. After the war, the company specialized in a hunting and leisure business of which beautiful Kettner picture catalogs were an integral part. In 1969, the company moved to Cologne. After the bankruptcy of the company in 2001 and its numerous European branches, the last of them operates on the market today in Austria. The Kettner name has always stood for outstanding German craftmanship and style. This is a fine example of a late 19th Century, circa 1890, German Drilling Combination Sporting Gun by a legendary gunmaker. Features include a highly engraved coin silver receiver with floral scroll patterns, European walnut stock with hand checkered round pistol grip & raised cheek, trigger guard break-action lever, 27" barrel with solid serrated rib, folding notch rear sight, German silver pin front sight, black ribbed buttpad, exposed hammers, dual triggers, and sling rings. This gun will have a chip on the bottom of the butt stock, but otherwise is in good condition for its age, has an excellent sharp/ clean rifled bore, and appears to be in good working order.

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2011 Colt, Gold/ Engraved 1911A1 "100th Anniversary", 45 ACP (NIB), SN - ANV069

Lot # 51      

It’s been well over a century since John Moses Browning unveiled the best pistol design to date, the Model 1911. And, 2011 was a good year for it, with many companies pro...moreducing commemorative and limited-production pistols in honor of its 100th anniversary. As the weapon’s original manufacturer, it’s no surprise that Colt did the same, introducing several versions of the classic .45 as it was issued from the start. Each version was Limited Production (500 guns or less) and all 100th Anniversary versions went through the Colt Custom Shop before being distributed. This 100th Anniversary (Model AZVZA) is designed as a faithful reproduction of the M1911A1 produced during WWII and is not equipped with a firing pin safety mechanism. Features include a high luster blued finish with master engraved intricate scroll work on both sides of the receiver & slide, 24K gold lettering - "1911-2011" "ANV069", roll marked - "ADOPTED/ MARCH 29, 1911 - UNITED STATES ARMY" "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFA. CO/ HARTFORD, CT. USA", white pearl style grips with 24K gold "C100" medallion inlays, dovetail rear sight, serrated combat hammer, grip safety, lanyard ring and 5" barrel. This gun comes in an original Kraft-style "100th Anniversary" cardboard box with wax paper, extra magazine and reproduction 1917 edition manual. It also comes in original blue Colt box with sleeve, paperwork and hangtags. This gun is from a former firearm's wholesale distributor and is 100 percent new-in-box (new-old-stock inventory).

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Scarce 1917 WWI German Erfurt, M1914 P.08, 9mm Luger (Holster & Extra Magazine), SN - 6626

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In 1914 Luger production at the Imperial State Arsenal at Erfurt was concentrated on production of the Lange P.08, the “Artillery" Luger with only 23,000 being produced. ...moreProduction of the standard P.08 Luger, with the 4-inch barrel, was even lower with less than 7000 estimated to have been manufactured at Erfurt. The Model 1914 Erfurt P.08 Luger Pistol is the rarest regular production German Military Luger Pistol of the WW1 era. The majority of P.08 & LP.08 (Artillery) Lugers were manufactured by DWM who manufactured over 151,000. 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 Luger is a toggle-lock action semi-automatic pistol that uses a jointed arm to lock, as opposed to the slide actions of many other semi-automatic pistols, such as the M1911. This P.08 Luger was made at the German Erfurt factory in 1917 (also known as the Erfurt Model 1914) and features a 4" barrel, checkered walnut grips, wood bottom magazines and German Imperial proof marks throughout. This gun comes with a period correct brown leather flap holster marked "REINHOLD KUHN 1915, along with two period correct wood bottom magazines and original takedown tool. This gun appears to be numbers matching (visible numbers all match) with the exception of the magazines. This gun is in nice condition with age & battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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2011 Colt, 1911 - WWI 01918 Configuration "100th Anniversary", 45 ACP (NIB), SN - 59001911

Lot # 53      

It’s been well over a century since John Moses Browning unveiled the best pistol design to date, the Model 1911. 2011 was a good year for it with many companies producing...more commemorative and limited-production pistols in honor of its 100th anniversary. As the weapon’s original manufacturer, it’s no surprise that Colt did the same, introducing several versions of the classic .45 as it was issued from the start. Each version was Limited Production (500 guns or less) and all 100th Anniversary versions went through the Colt Custom Shop before being distributed. This 100th Anniversary (Model ANVIII) is designed as a faithful reproduction of the Model 01918 configuration produced during WWI through 1924, and is not equipped with a firing pin safety mechanism. Features include a brushed blued finish, double diamond checkered walnut grips, dovetail rear sight, serrated combat hammer, grip safety, lanyard ring, 5" barrel and is roll marked - "ADOPTED/ MARCH 29, 1911 - UNITED STATES ARMY", "UNITED STATES PROPERTY", "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO./ HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A.", "MODEL OF 1911-2011". This gun comes in an original Kraft-style "100th Anniversary" cardboard box with wax paper, extra magazine and reproduction 1917 edition manual. It also comes in original blue Colt box with sleeve, paperwork and hangtags. This gun is from a former firearm's wholesale distributor and is 100 percent new-in-box (new-old-stock inventory).

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Scarce 1917 WWI German Erfurt, M1914 LP.08 Artillery, 9mm Luger (W/ Holster), SN - 8563

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This is a nice example of a scarce WWI Erfurt Model 1914 (LP.08 Artillery) German Luger pistol. The Model 1914 Erfurt Luger is very hard to find as Erfurt only built 23,0...more00 (starting in 1914), compared to DWM who manufactured over 151,000 of this model. 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 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. The adoption of the Lange Pistole 08 or LP 08, known as the "Artillery Luger", was authorized by the Kaiser on July 2nd, 1913. This P08 variation was equipped with a 7.9" barrel, an 8-position tangent rear sight (calibrated to 870 yds) and could support a board-type shoulder stock with an attached leather holster. In the event of close combat, the pistol was intended to be used as a carbine with the shoulder stock attached to a lug mounted on the heel of the pistol frame. When set for long range use, the rear sight element visibly moves to the left to compensate for spin drift. While initially intended for use by German artillery units who could not be encumbered by the long and heavy K.98 rifle, the LP 08 was also used by Aviation units (prior to equipping aircraft with machine guns) as well as the infantry, primarily on the Western front during World War I. Production of the LP 08 ended in 1918 with the end of the WWI. By that time, German troops had begun using the newly developed MP 18 submachine gun in place of the LP 08 for their stormtrooper assault companies. This LP 08 Artillery Luger was made at the German Erfurt factory in 1917 (also known as the Erfurt Model 1914) and features a very rare 7" (Navy Style) barrel, checkered walnut grips, wood bottom magazine and German Imperial proof marks throughout. This gun comes with an original brown leather flap holster dated "1917" with original wood handle cleaning rod. This gun is not numbers matching, but all parts seem to be period correct. This gun is in nice condition with age & battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1991 Colt, Anaconda 6" Stainless, 44 Magnum, Revolver (NIB), SN - MM07142

Lot # 55      

Introduced in 1990, the Colt Anaconda is a large-frame, double-action revolver with a full-lugged barrel and six-round cylinder. It marked Colt's first entry into the lar...morege-bore magnum revolver market. With its larger 'MM' frame, the Anaconda was meant to compete with other .44 Mag. revolvers on the market like the Smith & Wesson Model 29 and Ruger Redhawk. The design layout of the Anaconda and other "Snake Guns" were largely the work of a Colt engineer by the name of Paul LaViolette. Unfortunately, the Anaconda would not enjoy the popularity or praise that its other "Snake Gun" counterparts did. By the time the Anaconda was introduced to the market, its competitor handguns were well established, with some having been available 30 years before the release of the Anaconda. Thus, the Anaconda was late for the .44 Mag. market and missed the craze that came with it. Because of this, original production Anaconda's (1990 to 2003) have exploded in the collector's market in recent years. In 2021, Colt re-introduced the Anaconda using a new design with an oversized Python action. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Anaconda was produced in 1991. Features include a 6" barrel with vent rib, partridge style dual-pinned blade front sight with orange inlay, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, polished stainless finish, serrated target-style hammer, grooved trigger and black checkered rubber combat grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions. This gun comes in original blue hardcase with sleeve and paperwork. This gun is from a former firearm's wholesale distributor and is 100 percent new-in-box (new-old-stock inventory).

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1920 German DWM (Police Issue), P.08, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, (Numbers Matching), SN - 195n

Lot # 56      

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...more axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P08 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. After WWI, the Treaty of Versailles restricted the size of German Weimar police forces to their 1914 level, namely 150,000 men. During the Weimar Era, German police power was centered in small local state level groups. This P08 is marked "S.B.S. 150 11" along with "X's", which indicates that this gun was issued to the Berlin Suedost (Southest) police group sometime in the 1920s. This P.08 Luger was made at the German DWM factory in 1920 and features a 4" barrel, checkered walnut grips, aluminum bottom magazine and German proof marks throughout. This gun appears to be all numbers matching (visible numbers all match), to include the magazine. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1999 Colt, Anaconda 4" Stainless, 45 Colt, Revolver (NIB), SN - MM54353

Lot # 57      

Introduced in 1990, the Colt Anaconda is a large-frame, double-action revolver with a full-lugged barrel and six-round cylinder. The majority of Anacondas were chambered ...morein .44, with a small run of four-inch-barreled guns produced in .45 Colt in the mid-90s. It marked Colt's first entry into the large-bore magnum revolver market. With its larger 'MM' frame, the Anaconda was meant to compete with other .44 Mag. revolvers on the market like the Smith & Wesson Model 29 and Ruger Redhawk. The design layout of the Anaconda and other "Snake Guns" were largely the work of a Colt engineer by the name of Paul LaViolette. Unfortunately, the Anaconda would not enjoy the popularity or praise that its other "Snake Gun" counterparts did. By the time the Anaconda was introduced to the market, its competitor handguns were well established, with some having been available 30 years before the release of the Anaconda. Thus, the Anaconda was late for the .44 Mag. market and missed the craze that came with it. Because of this, original production Anacondas (1990 to 2003) have exploded in the collector's market in recent years. In 2021, Colt re-introduced the Anaconda using a new design with an oversized Python action. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Anaconda was produced in 1997. This gun is one of the very few original Anacondas chambered for 45 Colt. Features include a 4" barrel with vent rib, partridge style dual-pinned blade front sight with orange inlay, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, polished stainless finish, serrated target-style hammer, grooved trigger and black checkered rubber combat grips with silver Rampant Colt medallions. This gun comes in original blue hardcase with sleeve and paperwork. This gun is from a former firearm's wholesale distributor and is 100 percent new-in-box (new-old-stock inventory).

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Scarce 1940 German Walther, P38 "480" (1 of 7,250), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 5714

Lot # 58      

The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was originally produced by Walther. To conceal their identity, Walther stamped a 3-digit manuf...moreacture code "480", rather than their name. Later in the war, the P.38 was also produced by Mauser, and Spreewerk. Each factory then started using a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). The 480 Code Walther P38 was only produced in late 1940 and represents the first true military contract P38 pistol with only approximately 7,250 produced. The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 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 P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. This very scarce "480" marked Walther P38 features a 4.9" barrel, lanyard ring, 8-round magazine, dovetailed sights and German/ Nazi proof marks throughout, including magazine. This gun appears to be all numbers matching (visible numbers all match). This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1960 Colt, 1911A1 National Match (Gold Cup), 38 Spl. (Mid-Range), Semi-Auto, SN - 373MR

Lot # 59      

In 1911, the U.S. Army adopted the finest combat handgun ever fielded, the Colt Government Model of 1911, designed by John Moses Browning. The 1911 was a triumph of desig...moren and a great handgun in every sense of the word. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985, and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911. Completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1. Today, the 1911A1 is a treasured handgun among Elite Military Units and will always hold great value with Firearm Collectors. The first 1911A1 Colt Gold Cup pistol was introduced in the late 1950s to give competitive shooters a gun to take directly from the dealer's showcase to the firing line. Colt Gold Cup pistols have been used to compete in local club matches through the National Matches at Camp Perry. The Colt National Match is known as the finest shooting semi-automatic in the world, and is still the standard for competitive shooters today. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this National Match (Gold Cup) .38 Mid-Range 1911A1 was produced in 1960. Features include a 5" **MKII** (National Match) stainless barrel, serrated slide with polished blued finish, checkered walnut grips, serrated front & rear straps, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, beavertail grip safety, serrated hammer, adjustable skeletonized trigger and 9-round steel magazine. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1945 WWII German Walther (ac 45), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 7816c

Lot # 60      

The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "45" (1945) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. Features include a 4.9" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, "jvd" (Erste NordBohmische Metallwarenfabrik ) 8-round magazine and dovetailed sights. This gun is not numbers matching, but all parts seem to be period correct. It sells complete with a "jwa 4" (Moritz Stecher Lederwerk, Freiburg, 1944) black leather softshell holster. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1941 Colt, "Bullseye Match Target" Woodsman Series One, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - MT11266

Lot # 61      

The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was designed by John Moses Browning and was made in three distinct series: series...more one 1915–1941, series two 1947–1955, and series three 1955–1977. It was also made in three models: Target, Sport and Match Target. The "Deluxe Model" was the Match Target Model which debuted in 1938, and originally featured a heavier barrel with a one piece wrap-around grip known as the "Elephant Ear" and a "Bullseye" Icon was roll marked into the slide lending the nickname "Bullseye Match Target". All variations sported a short slide, no grip safety and no hammer, which made them ideal for competitive shooting. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Colt Woodsman "Bullseye Match Target" Series One was made in 1941. Features include a 6.625" target barrel, rear slide serrations, dovetailed adjustable rear sight, dual pinned blade front sight, checkered walnut "elephant ear" grips and original 10-round magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1945 WWII German Walther (ac 45), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 7820c

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "45" (1945) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. Features include a 4.9" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, "jvd" (Erste NordBohmische Metallwarenfabrik ) 8-round magazine and dovetailed sights. This gun is not numbers matching, but all parts seem to be period correct. It sells complete with a "jwa 4" (Moritz Stecher Lederwerk, Freiburg, 1944) black leather softshell holster. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1998 (1 of 800) Colt, CZ-40, 40 S&W, Semi-Auto (W/ Hardcase), SN - A0691

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In 1997 Colt approached the Czech firearm manufacturer CZ to build a version of their legendary CZ-75 pistol (based on the FN Browning High Power Pistol) designed with as...morepects of the Colt 1911 pistol. CZ agreed to the deal, and in 1998 the first and only shipment of the new gun "CZ-40" arrived in the U.S. Colt soon backed out of the deal, due to conflicting design characteristics with their new prototype "Smart Gun", and the contract was terminated. Only 800 Colt CZ-40 pistols were manufactured, all in 1998, and all were chambered in 40 S&W. This Colt CZ-40 is #691 and features a double-action only trigger, 1911 style beavertail grip frame, 4" stainless barrel, serrated rear slide, dovetailed night sights, matte military finish, stainless trigger, black checkered grips and 10-round magazine. This gun comes in original blue hardcase with paperwork. This gun is in same-as-new condition with a couple small scratches (box wear), has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1944 Walther (ac 44), Post-War French P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 9400g

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After WWII many P38 parts were still available in various German factory storage rooms and the French decided to take advantage of this to produce P38 pistols for their o...morewn needs. The French army did not change any codes or remove any previous applied German inspection stamps. The French also continued with the serial numbering system as applied by the Germans. The French started assembling P38 pistols, from the remaining parts in stock, in May 1945. The French P38 pistols started in the g-block (the letter “g” behind the serial number) and production remained approx. 10,000 pistols per month. Early French assembled P38 pistols can be found with German E/WaA135 inspection stamps. The French applied a five-pointed star as inspection stamp. Another characteristic of a French pistol are the metal grips. Early French P38 pistols were fitted with plastic grips but soon metal grips started to appear on the pistols. These grips were stamped from sheet metal. The original plastic grips were produced by a sub-contractor during the war, and thus at the end of the war, delivery of these grips was stopped. The French had to find another source for grips after the plastic grips were finished and this resulted in the metal grips.... The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 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 P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "44" (1944) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. This gun also sports a post-war French five-pointed star inspection stamp on the right side of the slide, as well as metal grips. Features include a 4.9" barrel, lanyard ring, non-original Walther 8-round magazine and dovetailed sights. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1992 Wildey, Survivor, 45 Win. Mag., Semi-Auto ("Special SN" - Box & Receipt), SN - 06 06 92

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The Wildey Survivor is a semi-automatic, gas-operated, piston-driven, and magazine-fed pistol patented by Wildey Moore on November 2, 1976. The Wildey Firearms Company ma...morenufactured the Wildey pistol to fire high-pressure magnum cartridges making it suitable as a hunting gun. In the early 1970s, Wildey Moore had risen to prominence in the firearm's industry while working for the Swedish defense contractor Carl Gustaf. Moore had been granted several firearms-related patents before introducing his big-bore pistol to Carl Gustaf. He pitched the idea of his large, gas-operated pistol to his employers, but they scoffed at the idea of anyone wanting such a powerful handgun. In 1976, Moore ventured into business on his own, and he established Wildey Firearms Company in Cheshire, Connecticut. The same year, Moore was awarded a patent for the world’s first gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol named "Wildey Survivor". The shooter can change barrels to fire .45-Winchester Magnum cartridges, .475-Wildey cartridges, or 9MM Winchester Magnum cartridges. The ability to fire these powerful cartridges allows the shooter to use the Wildey Survivor as a hunting weapon where local laws do not ban hunting with handguns. The Wildey pistol pre-dates Magnum Research’s Desert Eagle by nearly a decade. Moore envisioned his invention as an affordable alternative to the hunting rifle. However, the cost of manufacturing the Survivor pistol greatly outweighed the pistol’s affordability. The Wildey Survivor cost $389 to manufacture, which amounts approximately to a production cost of $1,200 and a retail price of nearly $3,000 with today’s inflation. Sales for the Wildey Survivor were barely enough to keep Wildey Firearm Company in business until 1985. The firearm was integral to a large number of scenes from the 1985 Charles Bronson film, Death Wish 3; in reality, it was Bronson's personal pistol – a 10-inch brushed stainless finish, and the pistol’s popularity soared after its on-screen appearance. The Wildey was also featured prominently in the movie Natural Born Killers, where the protagonist Mickey Knox uses it throughout the first half of the film. Wildey Moore continued making the Survivor in limited numbers until USA Firearms purchased Wildey Firearms Company and the rights to produce the pistol in 2011. This Wildey Survivor Model 4510 was gifted from the factory to the owner of a Firearms Wholesale distributor in 1992 (special factory serial number 06 06 92). Features include a DA/ SA trigger, 10" barrel chambered for 45 Winchester Magnum, brushed stainless finish, vent-rib, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, serrated rear slide, ribbed front strap, smooth walnut grips and comes with (2) 7-round stainless magazines. This gun comes in original box with manual and original 1992 "Gift Transfer From Wildey" receipt - dated 06-06-92. This gun will have some light surface rust spots on the barrel & rib, but otherwise is in same-as-new condition with a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1945 WWII German Spreewerk (cyq), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - a2086

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). Spreewerk production started in 1942. Mauser & Spreewerk used serial numbers with suffix letters that applied to same serial numbering system. In February, 1945, a pistol with serial number 10000z was produced, and a new way of counting had to be introduced because all the letters from the alphabet were finished. Spreewerk decided to start recounting, but instead of putting a suffix letter, they now decided to use a prefix letter. So the first serial number after 10000z became a1. Two months later the Germans decided to abandon this form of counting and introduced a new system. This P.38 is marked "cyq" (Spreewerk) and the serial number reflects a 1945 production date (a2086). Features include a 4.9" barrel, ribbed black Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, 8-round magazine, dovetailed sights, and German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. This gun appears to be numbers matching (visual numbers match), magazine is not marked. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1993 Wildey, Survivor, 45 Win. Mag. - 8" & 12", Semi-Auto (W/ Box & Magazines), SN - 3611

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The Wildey Survivor is a semi-automatic, gas-operated, piston-driven, and magazine-fed pistol patented by Wildey Moore on November 2, 1976. The Wildey Firearms Company ma...morenufactured the Wildey pistol to fire high-pressure magnum cartridges, making it suitable as a hunting gun. In the early 1970s, Wildey Moore had risen to prominence in the firearms industry while working for the Swedish defense contractor Carl Gustaf. Moore had been granted several firearms-related patents before introducing his big-bore pistol to Carl Gustaf. He pitched the idea of his large, gas-operated pistol to his employers, but they scoffed at the idea of anyone wanting such a powerful handgun. In 1976, Moore ventured into business on his own, and he established Wildey Firearms Company in Cheshire, Connecticut. The same year, Moore was awarded a patent for the world’s first gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol named "Wildey Survivor". The shooter can change barrels to fire .45-Winchester Magnum cartridges, .475-Wildey cartridges, or 9MM Winchester Magnum cartridges. The ability to fire these powerful cartridges allows the shooter to use the Wildey Survivor as a hunting weapon where local laws do not ban hunting with handguns. The Wildey pistol pre-dates Magnum Research’s Desert Eagle by nearly a decade. Moore envisioned his invention as an affordable alternative to the hunting rifle. However, the cost of manufacturing the Survivor pistol greatly outweighed the pistol’s affordability. The Wildey Survivor cost $389 to manufacture, which amounts approximately to a production cost of $1,200 and a retail price of nearly $3,000 with today’s inflation. Sales for the Wildey Survivor were barely enough to keep Wildey Firearm Company in business, until 1985. The firearm was integral to a large number of scenes from the 1985 Charles Bronson film, Death Wish 3; in reality, it was Bronson's personal pistol – a 10-inch brushed stainless finish, and the pistol’s popularity soared after its on-screen appearance. The Wildey was also featured prominently in the movie Natural Born Killers, where the protagonist Mickey Knox uses it throughout the first half of the film. Wildey Moore continued making the Survivor in limited numbers until USA Firearms purchased Wildey Firearms Company and the rights to produce the pistol in 2011. This Wildey Model W458R was made in circa 1993 (box is marked 2/93). Features include a SA trigger, comes with 8" & 12" barrel chambered for 45 Winchester Magnum, brushed stainless finish, vent-rib, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, serrated rear slide, ribbed front strap, smooth walnut grips and comes in original box with (3) 7-round stainless magazines. This gun is in nice condition with no wear to speak of, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from a former firearm's wholesale distributor (personal gun), and may be new/ unfired.

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1945 WWII German Walther (ac 45), P38, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 3227a

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 w...moreas a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. The Walther P.38 was in production from 1939 to 1945. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk). This P.38 is marked "ac" (Walther), "45" (1945) along with German/ Nazi proof marks throughout. Features include a 4.9" barrel, brown ribbed Bakelite grips with lanyard ring, 8-round magazine and dovetailed sights. This appears to be numbers matching (all visible numbers match), the magazine is Nazi proofed and is marked "16" on the heel. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1953 Colt, Official Police - 4", 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 825474

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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 "Offic...moreial Police" in 1927 in order to better market to law enforcement agencies. It was manufactured in a variety of chamberings. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Official Police .38 Spl. was produced in 1953. Features include a 4" barrel, checkered plastic "Coltwood" grips with Rampant Colt logo, fixed groove rear sight, front blade sight, serrated hammer, grooved trigger and swing-out cylinder. This gun is in good condition with some light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1959 Walther, Bundeswehr P1 (P38), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 026908

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The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. In late 19...more63, the postwar military version Model P1 was adopted for use by the German military, aka Bundeswehr. The Bundeswehr is the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Bundeswehr P1 pistol is a very close copy of the Walther P38 which was originally brought into Wehrmacht use in 1940. At first glance, one can hardly see any difference between the pistols manufactured during World War II and the Bundeswehr weapon. Almost all components look identical. However, the P1 was different in a few aspects, to include: Steel grip replaced by light metal grip; Phosphate coating of steel components instead of bluing; Reinforced slide, grip, slide release, hammer & sight; Additional slide recess for engaging slide release; Minted or cast trigger. The P1 was the Bundeswehr standard issue pistol over many years before it was gradually superseded by the P8 from 1996 onwards. This P1 is dated "6/59" on the right side of the slide, and is also dated "11 72" on the trigger guard which suggests that it went through a factory repair in 1972. This gun also sports number "541" on the left side of the slide, as well as various other proof stamps. Features include a 4.9" barrel, black checkered grips with lanyard ring, dovetailed sights, and 8-round magazine that is dated "5/61". This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1941 WWII Colt, Detective Special - Parkerized (2"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 476241

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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 hu...morege 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 or times over the period of production. Major changes are signified by collectors as "Issues". In 1933 Colt altered the gun by rounding off the grip frame to make the gun easier to conceal. This was to be the basic form of the Detective Special up until 1966. The guns made from 1927 to 1946 are known as the First Issue series. Although, during World War II Detective Specials that were made for the US Government often sported the old original pre-1933 square butt. It's believed that these were simply pre-war Police Positive Special frames fitted with 2" barrels as a war-time expedient. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Detective Special was made in 1941. This gun is marked "ML" on the crane and also sports a parkerized military finish which indicated that it was a WWII military issued weapon. The majority of Colt Detective Specials built for the U.S. military were issued to the Supply Division of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS). The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was a wartime intelligence agency of the United States during WWII. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, to include an early chip on the left grip butt, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1958 Walther, Bundeswehr P1 (P38), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 15921

Lot # 72      

The P38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. In late 19...more63, the postwar military version Model P1 was adopted for use by the German military, aka Bundeswehr. The Bundeswehr is the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Bundeswehr P1 pistol is a very close copy of the Walther P38 which was originally brought into Wehrmacht use in 1940. At first glance, one can hardly see any difference between the pistols manufactured during World War II and the Bundeswehr weapon. Almost all components look identical. However, the P1 was different in a few aspects, to include: Steel grip replaced by light metal grip; Phosphate coating of steel components instead of bluing; Reinforced slide, grip, slide release, hammer & sight; Additional slide recess for engaging slide release; Minted or cast trigger. The P1 was the Bundeswehr standard issue pistol over many years before it was gradually superseded by the P8 from 1996 onwards. This P1 is dated "8/58" on the right side of the slide, and is also dated "11 79" on the left side of trigger guard & "6-89" on the right side of the trigger guard which suggests that it went through a factory repair in 1979 & 1989. This gun also sports number "367" on the left side of the slide, as well as various other proof stamps. Features include a 4.9" barrel, black checkered grips with lanyard ring, dovetailed sights, and 8-round magazine that is dated "11/57". This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1933 Colt, Police Positive - Second Issue, 38 S&W, Revolver, SN - 363896

Lot # 73      

The Colt Police Positive is a small-frame, double-action revolver featuring a six-round cylinder that was made from 1907 to 1948. It was an improvement of Colt's earlier ...more"New Police" revolver upgraded with an internal hammer block safety, and designed primarily for sale to federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies. The First issue of the Police Positive ran from the revolver's introduction in 1907 until 1927, with Colt's standard hard rubber grips. The Second issue began in 1928, and ran until 1948, adding a somewhat heavier frame as well as a serrated top strap to reduce sight glare, with wooden grips. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this Police Positive Second Issue was made in 1933. Features include a 4" barrel, fixed groove rear sight, front blade sight, square butt checkered walnut grips with silver Rampant Colt medallion inlay, serrated hammer and swing-out cylinder. This gun is in good condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1943 WWII Japanese, Nambu Type 94 Pistol, 8×22mm, Semi-Auto, SN - 36907

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The Japanese Type 94 pistol entered production in 1935, with approximately 71,000 manufactured before production ended in 1945. It was designed for (and popular among) Ja...morepanese tank and aircraft crews who preferred a smaller, lightweight designed pistol. Unlike previously designed Nambu pistols, the Type 94 operates with a concealed hammer and with a firing pin rather than a hammer. The quality of Type 94 Nambu pistols decreased towards the end of World War II as the Japanese faced bombing raids from Allied forces, and material shortages increased. This WWII Japanese Type 94 pistol is stamped "18.5" on the right side, which represents a production date of January, 1943, along with the kanji character sho (short for Showa), which was the name of Hirohito’s reign, and the Nagoya Arsenal logo next to the company logo of Chuo Kogyo (the actual manufacturer). Features include a 3.78" barrel, black checkered Bakelite grips and original numbers matching 6-round magazine. This gun is in nice original condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1901 Colt, M1895 New Navy DA41, 41 LC, Revolver, SN - 148415

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The Colt M1892 Navy and Army was the first general issue double-action revolver with a swing out cylinder used by the U.S. military. In 1892, the revolver was adopted by ...morethe United States Army chambered for .38 Long Colt cartridges, and was given the appellation "New Army and Navy". Initial experience with the gun caused officials to request some improvements. This would be an ongoing condition, resulting in Models 1892, 1894, 1896, 1901, and 1903 for the Army, as well as a Model 1895 for the Navy and a Model 1905 Marine Corps variant. The M1892, and all other sub-models, were replaced with the .45 Colt M1909 New Service revolver in 1909. According to Colt Archives serial number database, this M1895 New Navy DA41 revolver was made in 1901. The carne is marked with a "N" which indicates that it is a Navy Model, rather than an Army Model. Features include a 4.5" barrel, brown checkered grips with embossed "COLT" tips, serrated hammer and 6-round cylinder. This gun is in good condition with some wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1917 Winchester, Model 94 Carbine (20"), 30-30 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 854427

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The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was desi...moregned by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was an almost instant success for Winchester. Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch, quickly made it popular among hunters. Its success was pushed even further during World War I after the U.S. Army signed an order for 1,800 rifles to members of the Signal Corps stationed in the Pacific Northwest. The Winchester Model 1894 went to war again during World War II, this time in the hands of the Canadian Pacific Coast Rangers guarding against Japanese invasion along the West Coast of Canada. One of the best-selling lever action rifles in American history, the Winchester Model 1894 hit the one million mark in 1927. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Carbine (30-30 Win.) was made in 1917. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, crescent metal buttplate, 20" round barrel, adjustable folding tangent rear sight, pinned front sight, and full length magazine tube. This gun in good condition with age & wear, has a sharp bore with some light pitting, and appears to be in good working order.

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1943 U.S. Quality Hardware & Machine Co., M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 1921237

Lot # 77      

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 effor...moret. 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 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. This U.S. Quality Hardware & Machine Co. M1 Carbine represents a 1943 production date (SN - 1921237) and sports the original 1943 Buffalo Arms barrel (Buffalo Arms supplied barrels for QH&M). Markings on this gun include: Barrel - "Buffalo Arms/ 9 1943", Left Side Of Barrel Band - "SI" (Inland), Front Sight - "JQ" (Quality Hardware), Rear Sight - "IR CO." (Inland), Stock Under Grip - "P" (Proofed), and Stock At Rear Sling Eyelet "RI" (Rock Island Armory). Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug, sling ring and period correct green canvas sling. Does not include magazine. This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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Scarce 1926 Winchester, Model 55 Take-Down, 30-30 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 4009

Lot # 78      

Winchester introduced the Model 55 Lever-Action Rifle in June, 1924. It was advertised as a new variant of the Model 94 Sporting Rifle. It was introduced to fill the gap ...morebetween the standard Model 94 Sporting Rifle with its 26-inch barrel and the standard Model 94 Carbine with its 20-inch barrel. It was offered in calibers 30 W.C.F (30-30 Win.)., 25-35 W.C.F., and 32 W.S. with a 24-inch rapid taper nickel steel barrel. Production ended in late December, 1932, with a total production of only 20,580. The Model 55 was initially offered in take-down only, but was changed to solid frame only in early 1931. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 55 Take-Down (30-30 Win.) was made in 1926. Features include a 2X outline checkered (deluxe pattern) walnut stock with straight grip & fluted comb, 24" nickel steel barrel, high luster bluing (sports a nice early re-bluing), Pachmayr White Line black rubber buttpad with (3) black/ white spacers, Redfield receiver mounted fully adjustable rear peep sight, Redfield rear dovetail insert, Marble dovetailed front pin sight and sling rings. 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.

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1944 U.S. Winchester (Cold War Lend), M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 6539714

Lot # 79      

During the Cold War, the U.S. provided hundreds of thousands of military surplus M1 rifles & carbines to South Korea which used them for many years before deciding to upg...morerade. In the 1980s, many of these guns were imported back to the U.S. and sold on the civilian market by various U.S. importers. This M1 Carbine is one such example which started life in 1944 as a WWII issue.... 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 and a very low number by Winchester. 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. This U.S. Winchester M1 Carbine represents a 1944 production date (SN - 6539714). It was then supplied to South Korea, in order to help them fight communist movements in the 1960s and early 1970s. It was then imported back to the U.S. in the 1980s by Blue Sky (barrel marked "BLUE SKY/ ARLINGTON, VA"). This gun sports the original rack number "100" embossed under the grip. Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug, sling ring, green canvas sling and 15-round magazine marked "OI B" (IBM). This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1991 Uberti/ Navy Arms, Henry "One Of One Thousand", 44-40 W.C.F., Lever-Action, SN - 06024

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As the first truly successful repeating metallic-cartridge lever action, the Henry Rifle, introduced by New Haven Arms in 1860, was certainly one of the most influential ...morein history. It had flaws and was short-lived because the subsequent Winchester Model 1866 (by the same company) corrected most of those flaws, but the Henry led the way. Navy Arms was the first to produce an American-made reproduction of the Henry (nearly 50 years ago), and some of the very early ones were chambered in .44 Rimfire, but nearly all the rest were made in .44-40. Eventually, Navy Arms moved production to Italy, and no longer offers either brass-frame or iron-frame Henry rifles. The original New Haven Arms company produced only about 14,000 Henry rifles before discontinuing it in favor of the mechanically superior Winchester Model 1866. This Uberti/ Navy Arms Henry Rifle is marked "BA" which indicates that it was manufactured in 1991, and is also marked "ONE OF ONE THOUSAND" on the top of the receiver. Features include a casehardened iron receiver, 24" octagon barrel with high luster blued finish, brass shell carrier, smooth walnut stock with straight grip & gloss finish, crescent metal buttplate with blued finish, adjustable folding ladder, rear sight and silver blade front sight. 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... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1944 U.S. National Postal Meter, M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 4304669

Lot # 81      

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 effor...moret. 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 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. This U.S. National Postal Meter M1 Carbine represents a 1944 production date (SN - 4304669). Markings on this gun include: Barrel - "I.B.M. CORP.", Right Side Of Barrel Band - "JM" (J Mueller Furnace Company - supplied barrel bands from May, 1944 thru April, 1945), Front Sight - "SN" (Standard Products), Rear Sight - "IR CO." (Inland), Stock Under Grip - "P" (Proofed), and Stock At Rear Sling Eyelet "LW" (Lumb Woodworking Co. - supplied replacement stocks during wartime). Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug, sling ring, and original 15-round magazine marked "MN" (National Postal Meter). This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1918 U.S. Winchester, Model 1885 Low-Wall "Winder Musket", 22 Short, Falling-Block, SN - 126568

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The Winder Musket was a .22-caliber training rifle used by the U.S. Army in the early 20th century. It was the brainchild of Colonel C. B. Winder, who advocated marksmans...morehip training with a rifle of similar size and weight to a service rifle but chambered in .22 rimfire, which was both economical and suitable for indoor ranges. It was made by Winchester, and was based on their Model 1885 single-shot falling-block rifle. Although it was never officially referred to as the "Winder Musket", the weapon was informally named in honor of Colonel C. B. Winder. Many Winder Muskets that were purchased by the United States Ordnance Dept. were issued to American N.R.A. affiliated rifle clubs. The Winder musket was superseded by the 1922 Model bolt-action as a training rifle. It was produced as a "high wall" version and a "low wall" version, with the name referring to the height of the side walls of the action alongside the falling block and the hammer. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1885 Low-Wall "Winder Musket" was made in 1918, and is marked "US" over the Flaming Bomb ordnance stamp on the tang. Features include a 3/4 length walnut stock with straight grip & grooved forearm, 28" heavy target barrel, crescent metal buttplate, Lyman receiver mounted adjustable rear peep sight, ramped dovetail front sight and sling rings. This gun is in good condition with some age and various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1943 U.S. Underwood Elliott-Fisher, M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 2732557

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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 effor...moret. 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, Underwood Elliott-Fisher 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. This U.S. Underwood Elliott-Fisher M1 Carbine represents a 1943 production date (SN - 2732557). Markings on this gun include: Barrel - "UNDERWOOD 9-43" over Flaming Bomb ordnance stamp & "P" (Proofed), and Rear Sight - "IR CO." (Inland). This gun has a replacement stock, barrel band, sling ring and front sight. Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug and sling ring. Does not include magazine. This gun is in beautifully refurbished condition, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1917 Winchester, Model 1885 Low-Wall "Frank R. Ford Jr.", 22 Short, Falling-Block, SN - 120179

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In 1878, the 23-year-old John Browning designed a falling-block single-shot rifle for which he was granted a patent the following year. Browning and his brother commenced...more making the rifles by hand in their second-floor workshop in Ogden, Utah, with limited success. In 1883, Thomas G. Bennett, Vice-President and General Manager of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, traveled to Ogden and negotiated the purchase of the single-shot design, as well as the prototype of what would become the Model 1886 lever-action – the beginning of the fruitful 20-year Winchester–Browning collaboration. Winchester's engineers made some improvements to Browning's design, including angling the block at six degrees to create a positive breech seal, and released the rifle as the Model 1885. Two popular models were made, the so-called Low Wall which showed an exposed hammer, firing less powerful cartridges, and the so-called High Wall for stronger cartridges, whose steel frame covered most of the firing hammer when viewed from the side, but both were officially marketed by Winchester as the Single Shot Rifle. It was produced principally to satisfy the demands of the growing sport of long-range "Match Shooting", which opened at Creedmoor, New York, on June 21, 1872. Target/Match shooting was extremely popular in the US from about 1871 until about 1917, enjoying a status similar to golf today. Major Ned H. Roberts (inventor of the .257 Roberts cartridge) described the Model 1885 Single Shot as "the most reliable, strongest, and altogether best single shot rifle ever produced." Winchester produced nearly 140,000 Single Shot rifles from 1885 to 1920, and it was found that the falling-block Model 1885 had been built with one of the strongest actions known at that time. The falling block action was so strong that the Winchester Company used it to test fire newly created rifle cartridges. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1885 Low-Wall was made in 1917. Features include a smooth walnut stock with semi-Schnabel forearm tip, crescent metal buttplate, 24.5" octagon barrel, adjustable folding tang sight, dual leaf folding rear sight, hooded dual pin folding front sight, sling eyelets and sports a brass plate on the right side of the stock - "FRANK R. FORD, JR." (Believed to be - Frank R. Ford Jr., age 84, passed away Dec. 28, 2005 at Hinsdale Hospital. He was a longtime resident of Chicago. He worked over 35 years for the IRS and served in the Army Air Force as a Sergeant during WWII.) This gun is in good condition with age & various light wear to include a couple hairline cracks in the rear stock, has an excellent sharp clean bore, and appears to be in good working order.

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1944 U.S. Inland (Detroit Police Dept.), M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 5152393

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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 effor...moret. 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 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. After WWII the U.S. Army sold, or gave M1 carbines to various police departments throughout the U.S. This U.S. Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM) M1 Carbine represents a 1944 production date (SN - 5152393), sports the original 1944 dated Inland barrel and was issued to the Detroit Police Department after WWII. This gun is marked "DPD/ 16/ 62/ 14038" under the stock which represents the Detroit Police Department along with inventory & rack numbers. Other markings on this gun include: Barrel - "INLAND MFG. DIV./ GENERAL MOTORS / 44", Left Side Of Barrel Band - "SI." (Inland), Front Sight - "RIA" (Rock Island Armory), Rear Sight - "IR CO." (Inland), and Left Side Stock - "RIA EB" (Rock Island Armory Re-stocked 1949-1958). Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug, sling ring and period correct green canvas sling. Does not include magazine. This gun is in good condition with the usual light battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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Kimber, 8400 Mountain Ascent - Dynamite Carbon Fiber, 7mm Rem. Mag. (W/ Box), SN - KW34119

Lot # 86      

Hunters who trudge over high mountains and rough country for hours searching for a 40-inch ram or a 360-inch bull elk may carry their iron for many miles and shoot it onl...morey once or twice when the opportunity finally presents itself. The rifle must be absolutely reliable, chambered for an accurate and powerful cartridge, and lightweight—the lighter, the better. A true mountain rifle must be light and accurate. Hardcore hunters understand this. Mountain Ascent models from Kimber are the lightest production big game rifles ever offered, delivering legendary Kimber accuracy, yet weighing as little as 5 pounds, 14 ounces. Kimber actions are designed and manufactured to the smallest possible dimensions around each cartridge. The Mountain Ascent is crafted of stainless steel with a strong but lightweight reinforced carbon-fiber stock. The stock is finished in a dynamite camo pattern called Gore Optifade Open Country with a soft touch treatment. And in the hands, the stock's texture does feel slightly “soft,” but still solid, so it's easy to get a good grip on the rifle for steady shooting. The butt has a 1-inch Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad that makes the length of pull 13.75 inches. The stock comb is nice and straight, with only about 0.5 inch of drop at the heel and a bit less at the comb, so it's perfect for good cheek positioning with the scope. The barreled action mates to the stock with solid pillar bedding. The metalwork on the Mountain Ascent is unique and dazzling. Everywhere you look, there are cuts, flutes, and hollowed-out parts. Every place a gram or two of weight could be shaved off, it was—all without sacrificing strength or performance in any way. The stainless steel is finished with a lustrous polish that looks great but isn't game-spooking shiny. The barrel has three, eight-inch flutes that start three inches from the front receiver ring. The muzzle is 0.562", and is threaded. The trigger is adjustable from 3.5 to 4 pounds. The Mountain Ascent is made on Kimber's Model 84M action, and the two-lug bolt features a three-position Model 70-style safety which means the chamber can be unloaded with the safety engaged. A robust Mauser-type claw extractor pulls a case toward the rear until it hits a blade ejector at the left rear of the action. This feature is handy for hand loaders because fired cases can be conveniently plucked off the extractor before they hit the ejector. Kimber rifles have a “sub-MOA accuracy standard” for three-shot groups of 0.99 inch or less at 100 yards when fired by a highly skilled and qualified shooter using factory ammunition. The Kimber Mountain Ascent not only is a great shooter but also is as light as a feather, and it looks great. It would be right at home on a climb to the top of a Colorado mountain in search of elk or on a long stalk across a Wyoming prairie after pronghorns. This Kimber Mountain Ascent is chambered for 7mm Remington Magnum and features a 26" barrel - plus 2" muzzle break (comes with thread protector if the muzzle break is removed), fluted twist stainless bolt, tan nylon sling with rubber shoulder pad and comes equipped with a Nikon Monarch 3-15x50 scope with flip covers. This gun is in same-as-new condition throughout with no wear, has a perfect bore, comes in original box with paperwork and appears to be in good working order.

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1944 U.S. Inland (Cold War Lend), M1 Carbine, 30 Carbine, Semi-Auto, SN - 5509779

Lot # 87      

During the Cold War, the U.S. provided hundreds of thousands of military surplus M1 rifles & carbines to South Korea which used them for many years before deciding to upg...morerade. In the 1980s many of these guns were imported back to the U.S. and sold on the civilian market by various U.S. importers. This M1 Carbine is one such example which started life in 1944 as a WWII issue. 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 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. This U.S. Inland Manufacturing (Division Of GM) M1 Carbine represents a 1944 production date (SN - 5509779). It was then supplied to South Korea in order to help them fight communist movements in the 1960s and early 1970s. It was then imported back to the U.S. in the 1980s by Blue Sky (barrel marked "BLUE SKY/ ARLINGTON, VA"). Markings on this gun include: Barrel - "INLAND MFG. DIV./ GENERAL MOTORS/ 8-44"", Left Side Of Barrel Band - "SA" (Springfield Armory), Front Sight - "N" (Inland), and Rear Sight - "IR CO." (Inland). Features include an 18" barrel, adjustable rear peep sight, front band sight with ears, bayonet lug, sling ring, green nylon sling and 15-round magazine marked "AI" (Inland). This gun is in nice condition with light battle wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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Anschutz, Model 2002 Olympic Grade, .177 Caliber, Air-Rifle (No Paperwork Needed)

Lot # 88      

Anschutz is a name well recognized in shooting circles around the world. Their rifles are well known for their superb accuracy and craftsmanship. The Anschutz 2002 is an ...moreOlympic Grade 10 meter competition .177 caliber air-rifle specifically designed for Olympic athletes. It sports a match grade trigger unit that is adjustable for all typical adjustments including first stage weight, first stage travel, second stage weight, second stage travel (sear engagement), over travel and trigger angle. The heart of rifle is the metal stock that is made of aluminum with contact points made of laminated wood. It offers additional adjustments that a standard stock won't afford, such as a forearm adjustment and a grip adjustment. The pistol grip moves in just about all directions. It moves front to back, swings left and right and it turns. This makes it very easy to position it into a comfortable position. With the rail on the base stock, it can be shot as a three position rifle, or the forearm can be attached for standing shooting. The rail will accept any of the standard Anschutz accessories while the forearm is simply attached with two hex bolts and can be easily removed. The cheek piece is fully adjustable, including vertical, horizontal, angle and left/right. The metal stock will also fit the Anschutz Models 2020 and 2025 high power target rifles. This rifle currently holds the world record in the 10 meter competition with 598 out of 600. The 6 foot pounds of energy provides vibration free shot release. With the 4.8 milli-second lock time, the pellet is down and out of the 16.5" rifled barrel, quickly, efficiently and with pin-point accuracy. This gun features an overall length of 45" without adjustments, i.e. the LOP can be modified several inches inward or outward. This gun comes equipped with Anschutz fully adjustable competition front and rear sights. This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear (possibly unfired). The ATF does not classify this air-rifle as a “firearm” (defined in the Gun Control Act of 1968) and thus no transfer paperwork is needed. This air rifle can be picked up or shipped directly to the buyer.

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1918 U.S. RIA, Model 1903 - Nickle Parade Rifle, 30-06 Sprg., Bolt-Action, SN - 318845

Lot # 89      

Few arms have served the U.S. military as long or as well as the famed "U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, Model 1903." For generations of American servicemen and arms enthusiasts,...more the M1903 has gained an enviable reputation as one of the best bolt-action military rifles of all time. The M1903 was manufactured by Springfield Armory at varying levels of production from 1903 until the late 1930s, and at Rock Island Arsenal from 1903 until 1913, and again from 1917 until 1919. Even though large numbers of M1917 "American Enfield's" were manufactured and issued during World War II, the "Springfield 1903" remained a standard issue rifle throughout WWII alongside the M1 Garand. This U.S. Rock Island Arsenal M1903 represents a 1918 production date (SN - 318845) and still sports the original barrel which is marked "R.I.A."/ Flaming Bomb/ "10-18". This rifle is in "Parade" configuration with many nickeled parts and is laser etched "KY28807" on the right side of the receiver. Features include a 24" barrel, adjustable folding tangent rear sight with nickel finish, front band post sight, bayonet lug/ barrel band with nickel finish, mid-band with nickel finish, metal buttplate with nickel finish & cleaning kit compartment, bolt/ handle with nickel finish, floorplate/ trigger guard with nickel finish, sling rings with nickel finish and white leather sling. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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Custom, Sako Finnfire P94S/ Lilja Match Grade, 22 LR, Bolt-Action, SN - 977471

Lot # 90      

The Sako Finnfire, also known as the P94S, is a bolt action rifle introduced in 1996. The receiver is machined from a single piece of steel which made it ideal for precis...moreion rifle shooting. Lilja Precision Rifle Barrels, Inc. was started in 1985 by Daniel Lilja as a result of his interest in benchrest rifles. Dan has been an active benchrest shooter since the mid 1970s and has an industrial engineering and machinist / toolmaker background. This custom precision rifle sports a Sako P94S receiver, 22.75" Lilja 22 LR Match Grade stainless free floating barrel with muzzle tuner, wooden benchrest stock with glossed green finish, serrated receiver top, adjustable stainless trigger and 5-round detachable box magazine. This gun is in excellent condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1942 WWII U.S. Springfield, M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 924452

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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 C...moreanadian-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. This U.S. Springfield M1 Garand represents a production date of 1942 (SN - 924452) and sports a Springfield Armory barrel dated "10-53". Other features include a wing protected post front sight, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment (includes period correct kit), bayonet lug and green canvas sling. This gun is in excellent condition with very light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1965 Winchester (U.S. Property) Model 52D Marksman, 22 LR, Bolt-Action, SN - 120565D

Lot # 92      

The Winchester Model 52 is a bolt-action .22-caliber target rifle introduced in 1920. For many years it was the premier smallbore match rifle in the United States, if not...more the world. Known as the "King of the .22s," the Model 52 Sporter was ranked by Field & Stream as one of "the 50 best guns ever made" and described by Winchester historian Herbert Houze as "perfection in design". The Model 52D (Marksman) was introduced in 1961 and was based on the 1956 US Olympic team rifles, the Model 52C. With the design of the Model 52D, Winchester elected to redesign the entire rifle, literally lock, stock, and barrel. The 52D action differed from its predecessors in being a single-shot: eliminating the magazine aperture in the receiver base rendered the entire assembly stiffer and (theoretically) more accurate. There was also a new Micro-Motion trigger lock based on the Style C but with different geometry, and adjustable to as little as one pound. It also featured a heavy stock with full pistol grip, large zero-drop buttstock, forearm flare that extended back to the bolt handle, 28" free-floating heavy barrel, and a rail under the forearm for mounting offhand grips and other accessories. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 52D (Marksman) was made in 1965. This gun is laser etched "US PROP" on the right side of the barrel, "U.S." on the left side of the receiver, "05 65" on the bolt, and "2" on top of the rear receiver. Features include a smooth walnut target stock with fluted comb & forearm rail, black ribbed rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, stainless bolt & handle, 28" target barrel, Redfield International Match fully adjustable rear receiver peep sight, front globe sight with level and sling ring. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1942 WWII U.S. Springfield, M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 541838

Lot # 93      

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 C...moreanadian-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. This U.S. Springfield M1 Garand represents a production date of 1942 (SN - 541838) and sports a Springfield Armory barrel dated "4-45". This gun is "P" (proofed) under the grip and features a National Match wing protected post front sight, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment, bayonet lug and sling rings. This gun is in good condition with some battle wear to include a hairline crack on the front handguard, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1986 U.S. Kimber Of Oregon, M82 Government Target, 22 LR, Bolt-Action Single-Shot, SN - GM006802

Lot # 94      

Kimber was founded as "Kimber of Oregon" in 1979 by Jack Warne and his son Greg Warne in the small town of Clackamas, Oregon. The Kimber of Oregon company was formed for ...morethe sole purpose of making and selling its "American Made" Model 82 rifle. While the first prototype Model 82 was actually completed by Jack Warne in 1977, it would take until January of 1980 before Kimber of Oregon, Inc. (KoO) was officially established at which time shipments of the Model 82 began. In November, 1986, the U.S. Army notified Greg Warne, then president of Kimber, of a contract opportunity. The United States and Marine Corps were looking for a new rimfire rifle to be used in three-position indoor matches and to train military marksmen. The contract would be for 10,000 rifles. Kimber Of Oregon was eventually granted two separate contracts to manufacture M82s to serve as the U.S. Military training rifle. This U.S. Contract helped to revive the then struggling company, but in the late 1980s, the company began to struggle again after a private stock offering fell short. In 1989, Kimber of Oregon was sold to Oregon timber baron Bruce Engel who founded WTD Industries, Inc. Engel had difficulty running Kimber and soon the company sought bankruptcy protection. In 1990, several former Kimber employees, including Dan Cooper, founded Cooper Firearms of Montana. In the mid-1990s, Kimber was reformed and today "Kimber Of America" manufactures a line of M1911-style handguns of excellent quality, as well as rifles. This Kimber Of Oregon Model 82 Single-Shot Silhouette Rifle was part of the 1986 U.S. Army Contract (SN - GM006802) and is stamped "U.S." on the receiver. Features include a smooth walnut target stock with adjustable sling rail under the forearm, black rubber buttpad with (2) spacers, 25" bull barrel with recessed target crown, Kimber fully adjustable rear peep sight, front globe sight and mounted scope bases. This gun is in excellent condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1944 WWII U.S. Springfield, M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 3241013

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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 C...moreanadian-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. This U.S. Springfield M1 Garand represents a production date of 1944 (SN - 3241013) and sports a Springfield Armory barrel dated "4-47". This gun is marked "ABD" under the grip, which indicates a post war refurbish. Features include a wing protected post front sight, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment, bayonet lug and black nylon sling. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1986 U.S. Kimber Of Oregon, M82 Government Target, 22 LR, Bolt-Action Single-Shot, SN - GM007308

Lot # 96      

Kimber was founded as "Kimber of Oregon" in 1979 by Jack Warne and his son Greg Warne in the small town of Clackamas, Oregon. The Kimber of Oregon company was formed for ...morethe sole purpose of making and selling its "American Made" Model 82 rifle. While the first prototype Model 82 was actually completed by Jack Warne in 1977. It would take until January of 1980 before Kimber of Oregon, Inc. (KoO) was officially established at which time shipments of the Model 82 began. In November, 1986, the U.S. Army notified Greg Warne, then president of Kimber, of a contract opportunity. The United States and Marine Corps were looking for a new rimfire rifle to be used in three-position indoor matches and to train military marksmen. The contract would be for 10,000 rifles. Kimber Of Oregon was eventually granted two separate contracts to manufacture M82s to serve as the U.S. Military training rifle. This U.S. Contract helped to revive the then struggling company, but in the late 1980s, the company began to struggle again after a private stock offering fell short. In 1989, Kimber of Oregon was sold to Oregon timber baron Bruce Engel who founded WTD Industries, Inc. Engel had difficulty running Kimber, and soon the company sought bankruptcy protection. In 1990, several former Kimber employees, including Dan Cooper, founded Cooper Firearms of Montana. In the mid-1990s, Kimber was reformed, and today "Kimber Of America" manufactures a line of M1911-style handguns of excellent quality, as well as rifles. This Kimber Of Oregon Model 82 Single-Shot Silhouette Rifle was part of the 1986 U.S. Army Contract (SN - GM007308) and is stamped "U.S." on the receiver. Features include a smooth walnut target stock with adjustable sling rail under the forearm, black rubber buttpad with (3) spacers, 25" bull barrel with recessed target crown, Kimber fully adjustable rear peep sight, front globe sight and mounted scope bases. This gun is in excellent condition with a couple light scuffs on the bottom of the grip, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order.

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1944 WWII U.S. Springfield, M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 3208250

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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 C...moreanadian-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. This U.S. Springfield M1 Garand represents a production date of 1944 (SN - 3208250) and still sports the original Springfield Armory barrel dated "8-44". Other markings include "P" (proofed) under the grip, "RA-P" on the left side of the stock (ordnance overhauled at the Raritan Arsenal - 1950s & 60s), as well as the boxed Eagle & Stars Defense Acceptance Stamp on the left side of the stock. Other features include a wing protected post front sight, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment, bayonet lug and green canvas sling. This gun is in good condition with some battle wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1952 Winchester (Pre-64), Model 70, 270 Win., Bolt-Action, SN - 221532

Lot # 98      

The Winchester Model 70 is a bolt-action sporting rifle that has an iconic place in American sporting culture. It has been held in high regard by shooters since it was in...moretroduced in 1936, earning the moniker "The Rifleman's Rifle". The action has some design similarities to Mauser designs, and it is a development of the earlier Winchester Model 54, itself based on a Mauser 98-type action. Throughout its life, the Model 70 has been offered in many grades and styles. The pre-1964 Model 70s featured several desirable features that post-1964 models did not, such as a Mauser-type controlled round feed, cut checkering and manufactured with higher strength parts. According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 70 was manufactured in 1952. Features include an outline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & gloss finish, Pachmayr black rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, 24" medium contoured barrel, dovetail folding leaf white diamond rear right, hooded ramped dovetail front sight, sling rings, brown leather sling, internal spring fed magazine and sells complete with a BSA 3-9x50 scope. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order... This gun is from the Outstanding Don Crawford 70+ years Collector/ Investment Grade Collection.

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1953 Korean War (Post-War Lend) U.S. Springfield, M1 Garand, 30-06 Sprg., Semi-Auto, SN - 4386021

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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 C...moreanadian-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 & the Korean War. This U.S. Springfield M1 Garand represents a production date of 1953 (SN - 4386021) and sports the original Springfield Armory barrel dated "12-53". This rifle also sports a C.A.I. import stamp on the barrel, which indicates that it remained overseas after the War as a "Lend" to an allied country. It was then imported back to the states in the 1980s or early 90s. Features include a wing protected post front sight, adjustable aperture rear battle sight, checkered metal buttplate with cleaning kit compartment, bayonet lug and sling rings. This gun is showing heavy wear, has a sharp bore with some light pitting, and appears to be in good working order.

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