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We Do Not Accept Payment Though The Mail..... This Outstanding Firearms & Early Military Assets Auction Consists Of Several Full Estate Collections, as well as New-Old-Stock arms from a former wholesale distributor. The Only Way To Participate Is Through ProxiBid. There Is No Live Crowd And No Phone Bids/ Left Bids. PLEASE READ TERMS & CONDITIONS BEFORE REGISTERING TO PARTICIPATE.
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RARE 1912 Colt SAA "Bisley Model", 32 S&W, Revolver (W/ Letter), SN - 323011

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This highly desirable Colt "Bisley Model" Single Action Army Revolver is chambered for .32 S&W. The Colt Bisley (1894–1912) was introduced as an accurate target pistol. T...morehe name Bisley came from the famous firing range in Bisley, England. It was produced in many popular calibers, but only very few in .32 S&W. The .32 S&W Single Action Army was made on special orders only. The Colt Bisley can be distinguished by the longer grip, the wider hammer spur, and the wider trigger. Bisleys were serial-numbered in the range of 156300–331916, in the same sequence as the Single Action Army. All Bisleys after No. 161,376 had "BISLEY MODEL" with the caliber stamped on the left side of the barrel which is rare for older Colt revolvers. The most common were in the American calibers of .32-20, .38-40, .45 Colt, .44-40, .41 Long Colt and also in the British calibers of .450 Eley and .455 Eley. A total number of 44,350 were manufactured. Production of the Bisley was terminated in 1912, but serial No. 331916 was shipped after the First World War. This gun is numbers matching - frame, trigger guard, frame butt, grips & cylinder. The loading gate is stamped "981" but is certainly factory and appears to be period correct. According to the Colt Archives Department, this "Bisley Model" left the factory on June 11, 1912, in a shipment of "1" to "H.L. Smith". Factory records also indicate that this gun was originally assembled in 32-20 caliber and the special factory re-chambering was most likely done sometime between 1912 & 1920. (Colt did not keep records for guns sent back for re-chambering). It is also very likely that the loading gate was replaced at the time of the 32 S&W update. The Bisley Model was offered in 4.75", 5.5" & 7.5" barrel lengths. This gun sports a 7.5" barrel which is the most desirable to a collector. The finish retains much of the original bluing (no re-bluing or restoration has been done), and the original black hard rubber checkered grips with embossed Rampant Colt are in excellent condition. The bore is shiny & clean with excellent deep rifling (no pitting). This gun has nice timing and appears to be in good working order; however, the hammer's "4th click" is very soft and may need some adjustment. The consignor of this gun purchased it at a local gun store in Tennessee in the early 1970s, and it has never been offered at public auction. This is a very rare opportunity to purchase an original Colt "Bisley Model" chambered in .32 S&W on a "No-Reserve" auction. Even the top Colt Collectors are missing a .32 S&W Bisley in their collection.

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1970 Belgium Browning Lightning Superposed, 12 Ga. (Kolar Tubes 20/28/.410), SN - 23014S70

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This Browning Superposed Lightning was made in Belgium in 1970 (SN "S" = 12 ga. "70" = 1970) and sports 26.5" ported barrels choked for **S/ **S (SKEET/ SKEET). This gun ...morecomes with a full set of 6 Kolar AAA sub-gauge tubes - (2) 20 gauge, (2) 28 gauge and (2) 410 gauge. All tubes are marked "U014", no choke markings present. Other features include a glossed walnut stock with deep cut outlined checkering/ adjustable comb & contoured forearm, ribbed brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with dual bead sights, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 2 3/4" chambers and 14.25" LOP. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Kolar AAA/Sub-Gauge Inserts are designed to maximize sub-gauge performance and pattern efficiency. Max AAAs are matched weight and balanced, and they feature extra-long forcing cones and over-boring. CNC honing ensures precise bore sizing, perfect concentricity, and exact P.O.I. This gun also comes in an aluminum lockable luggage gun case with a folding compartment for the tubes. The Browning Superposed is a Belgian over-under shotgun that was produced from 1931 until 1986. The pre-World War II Superposed was offered in 12-gauge only, with the exception of special orders. The 20-gauge version first became available in the 1949 catalog. Barrels ranged from 26.5” to 30” for the 12-gauge and 26.5” or 28” for the 20-gauge. The 1950s saw the introduction of various sub-models of the gun. Hunting models (Trap- and Skeet-specific models also became available), such as a Lightning version that was lighter than the standard models. Every Superposed (standard & sub models) was hand-engraved in Belgium. The 1960s saw the full introduction of a 28 gauge and .410 models and a Lightning version of the Trap model. Between 1970 and 1976, the cost of a Belgian-made Superposed more than doubled, due to rising labor and manufacturing costs. This opened the door for Browning's less expensive alternative to the Superposed, the Citori, which was produced at the Miroku, Japan plant.

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1912 Colt M1911 U.S. Army, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 13865

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1911 was manufactured in 1912. This gun is marked "MODEL OF 1911 U.S. ARMY" on the right side of the sli...morede, "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" on the left side of the frame, "PATENTED APR. 20, 1897. SEPT. 9, 1902/ DEC. 19, 1905. FEB. 14, 1911. AUG. 19, 1913" & COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO/ HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A." on the left side of the slide, "NO. 13865" on the right side of the frame and "WGP" (inspector's cartouche) on the left side of the frame. This gun sports WWII era Keyes Fiber Co. brown checkered composite grips that are marked "K" in star, "13" & "2" on the back side of the panels. Other features include a 5" barrel, serrated backstrap, lanyard ring, beavertail grip safety, thumb safety, serrated slide stop, serrated hammer, dovetailed rear sight and unmarked 7-round steel magazine. This gun is in nice condition with some bluing fade, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Colt Model 1911 is a single-action, recoil-operated, semi-automatic pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985, and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911. Completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1.

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1964 Belgium Browning Superposed Lightning (26.5" F/M), 20 Ga., O/U, SN - 33556V4

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This Browning Superposed Lightning was made in Belgium in 1964 (SN - "V4" = 20 gauge for the year 1964) and sports 26.5" */ ** (Full/ Mod) barrels. Other features include...more a glossed walnut stock with deep cut outlined checkering/ round grip knob & rounded forearm, original black textured buttpad, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with brass bead front sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 14.25" 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. The Browning Superposed is a Belgian over-under shotgun that was produced from 1931 until 1986. The pre-World War II Superposed was offered in 12-gauge only, with the exception of special orders. The 20-gauge version first became available in the 1949 catalog. Barrels ranged from 26.5” to 30” for the 12-gauge and 26.5” or 28” for the 20-gauge. The 1950s saw the introduction of various sub-models of the gun. Hunting models (Trap- and Skeet-specific models also became available) such as a Lightning version that was lighter than the standard models. Every Superposed (standard & sub models) was hand engraved in Belgium. The 1960s saw the full introduction of a 28 gauge and .410 models and a Lightning version of the Trap model. Between 1970 and 1976, the cost of a Belgian-made Superposed more than doubled due to rising labor and manufacturing costs. This opened the door for Browning's less expensive alternative to the Superposed, the Citori, which was introduced in 1973, and produced at the Miroku, Japan, plant.

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1935 "G" German Mauser (S/42) P.08 - (3" & 4") Numbers Matching, 9mm Luger (W/ Holster), SN - 4982

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This pre-war German P.08 Luger is marked "G" (date code for 1935), "S/42" (manufactured by Mauser), along with (2) Mauser Military Proof stamps & (1) German acceptance st...moreamp. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts which includes the 3" barrel (as opposed to the standard 4"), making it a very interesting "Baby Luger" variation. This gun also comes with a period correct 4" barrel (SN - 5014). Includes (2) wood bottom magazines: one is German military proofed and the other is marked "1" (or possibly "T") with the metal flat marked "M" "KKF" & "19" which may indicate Russian capture. It sports checkered wood grips and is in nice condition with light wear (front sight barrel band is loose), has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun comes with a black leather hard shell holster that is marked "1938" along with a German Military eagle proof and manufacture's stamp. (manufacture stamp is not legible). This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reich's revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P.08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P.38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P.08 production by Mauser until December, 1943. The P.08 Luger is a toggle-lock action semi-automatic pistol that uses a jointed arm to lock, as opposed to the slide actions of many other semi-automatic pistols such as the M1911.

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1991 Custom Engraved/Gold Winchester Model 23 (1 Of 500) Hunting Set (20 Ga./ 28 Ga.), SN - WBS-111E

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This beautifully Engraved/ Gold Inlaid Winchester Model 23 WBS Custom Two Barrel Hunting Set Double Barrel Shotgun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor who rec...moreeived it as a gift from Winchester in 1991. This gun is marked "ONE OF 500" on the lower strap. This Special Limited Edition shotgun comes with 28 gauge & 20 gauge 26" barrels that are both choked MOD/ IC. Both barrels are marked "MODEL XXIII- WINCHESTER CUSTOM 2 BARREL HUNTING SET" followed by the gauge and chamber marking over "EAST ALTON IL. U.S.A.". The receiver sports gold raised relief PHEASANT/QUAIL and Mr. Olin’s black lab retriever KING BUCK WITH DUCK IN MOUTH (1959 Federal Duck Stamp) on bottom with lustrous bluing along with elaborately engraved accents with a scroll floral pattern. The AAA++ Fancy FEATHERCROTCH over concentric circles figured walnut stock sports fleur-de-lis pattern checking and a nice gloss finish. Other features include a black metal grip cap with floral design, gold initial oval inlay under the stock, black rubber buttpad with black spacer, solid serrated rib with white bead front sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, jeweled lugs/ water table, ejectors, single select trigger, 14.25" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" & 3" (20 ga.) & 2 3/4" only (28 ga.). This gun comes with two original boxes and the original fitted leather luggage-style case . This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear to speak of (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order.

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1863 Colt M1851 Navy, .36 Percussion Revolver (Numbers Matching), SN - 170155

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver was made in 1863. This gun is visible numbers matching and sports a 7.5" ...moreoctagon barrel marked "ADDRESS COL. SAM L COLT NEW-YORK U.S.A. AMERICA". This gun has lost most of the original bluing but appears to be in original condition and still retains a sharp bore with some light pitting. The cylinder is correctly marked "PATENT NO. 0155" but has lost all roll-stamped engravings. This gun appears to be in good working order. The Colt Model 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 then Revolving Belt, but the designation "Navy" quickly took over. The Colt Navy remained in production until 1873, being replaced in the Colt line with what would become one of the manufacturer's most famous handguns, the Colt Single Action Army. 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 Navy became very popular in North America at the time of Western expansion. It was used extensively throughout the U.S. Civil War and most commonly issued to cavalry and artillery units. Famous "Navy" users included Wild Bill Hickok, William Buffalo Bill Cody, John Henry "Doc" Holliday and Ulysses S. Grant.

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1973 Belgium Browning Superposed Lightning (28" SKEET), 20 Ga., O/U, (Hardcase) SN - 4450V73

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This Browning Superposed Lightning was made in Belgium in 1973 (SN - "V73" = 20 gauge for the year 1973) and sports 28" **S/ **S (SKEET/SKEET) barrels. Other features inc...morelude a glossed walnut stock with deep cut outlined checkering/ fluted comb & contoured forearm, ribbed brown rubber buttpad with black/white spacers, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with dual bead sights, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 14.5" LOP and 3" chamber. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. This gun comes with a nice modern wooden Browning luggage case with leather trim. The Browning Superposed is a Belgian over-under shotgun that was produced from 1931 until 1986. The pre-World War II Superposed was offered in 12-gauge only, with the exception of special orders. The 20-gauge version first became available in the 1949 catalog. Barrels ranged from 26.5” to 30” for the 12-gauge and 26.5” or 28” for the 20-gauge. The 1950s saw the introduction of various sub-models of the gun. Hunting models (Trap- and Skeet-specific models also became available), such as a Lightning version that was lighter than the standard models. Every Superposed (standard & sub models) was hand-engraved in Belgium. The 1960s saw the full introduction of a 28 gauge and .410 models and a Lightning version of the Trap model. Between 1970 and 1976, the cost of a Belgian-made Superposed more than doubled due to rising labor and manufacturing costs. This opened the door for Browning's less expensive alternative to the Superposed, the Citori, which was introduced in 1973, and produced at the Miroku, Japan, plant.

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1941 German Mauser (byf) P.08 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster) SN - 9707

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This WWII German P.08 Luger is marked "byf" (manufactured by Mauser), "41" (1941), (2) Eagle/655 & Eagle/Swastika (Mauser Military Proof with Nazi acceptance) and two Naz...morei Eagle proof stamps on the barrel. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. This gun comes with a black leather shell holster that is marked "fuq 1941" (fuq = manufacturer code for Cottbusser Lederwarenwerk) with German Wehrmacht proof and (2) magazines that are both marked "fxo" Eagle/37 (1940-1942 Mauser Mfg.). Other features include a 3.75" barrel and black checkered grips. This gun is in excellent condition with very light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. In 1908, the German Army adopted the Model P.08 Luger to replace the Reich's revolver in front-line service. The P.08 Luger is well known for its use by Germany and other axis powers during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the postwar East German Volkspolizei. The Model P.08 luger was technically replaced in service in 1938 by the Walther P.38, but ever-growing WWII wartime demands for handguns resulted in continued P.08 production by Mauser until December, 1943. The P.08 Luger is a toggle-lock action semi-automatic pistol that uses a jointed arm to lock, as opposed to the slide actions of many other semi-automatic pistols such as the M1911.

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1966 Belgium Browning Superposed Lightning (32" SKEET), 12 Ga., O/U, SN - 49261S6

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This Browning Superposed Lightning was made in Belgium in 1966 (SN - "S6" = 12 gauge for the year 1966) and sports 32" */ ** (F/M) barrels which have been updated for tra...morep shooting SK1/ SK2 (SKEET/SHEET). Other features include a glossed walnut stock with deep cut outlined checkering/ fluted comb & contoured forearm, ribbed brown rubber buttpad with black/white spacers, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, wide serrated vent-rib with dual bead sights, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 14.5" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Browning Superposed is a Belgian over-under shotgun that was produced from 1931 until 1986. The pre-World War II Superposed was offered in 12-gauge only with the exception of special orders. The 20-gauge version first became available in the 1949 catalog. Barrels ranged from 26.5” to 30” for the 12-gauge and 26.5” or 28” for the 20-gauge. The 1950s saw the introduction of various sub-models of the gun. Hunting models (Trap- and Skeet-specific models also became available), such as a Lightning version that was lighter than the standard models. Every Superposed (standard & sub models) was hand engraved in Belgium. The 1960s saw the full introduction of a 28 gauge and .410 models and a Lightning version of the Trap model. Between 1970 and 1976 the cost of a Belgian-made Superposed more than doubled due to rising labor and manufacturing costs. This opened the door for Browning's less expensive alternative to the Superposed, the Citori, which was introduced in 1973, and produced at the Miroku, Japan, plant.

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1918 Colt M1911 U.S. Army, 45 ACP, Semi-Auto, SN - 292498

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1911 was manufactured in 1918. This gun is marked "MODEL OF 1911 U.S. ARMY" on the right side of the sli...morede, "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" on the left side of the frame, "PATENTED APR. 20, 1897/ SEPT. 9, 1902. DEC. 19, 1905. FEB. 14, 1911" & COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. CO./ HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A." on the left side of the slide and "NO. 292498" on the right side of the frame. This gun sports modern replacement diamond checkered walnut grips marked "U.S." and a non-original 7-round steel magazine. Other features include a 5" barrel, serrated backstrap, beavertail grip safety, thumb safety, serrated slide stop, serrated hammer and dovetailed rear sight. This gun will have some various replacement parts but overall is in good condition, has a sharp bore with light pitting and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Model 1911 is a single-action, recoil-operated, semi-automatic pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. Designed by John Browning, the Model 1911 Colt Government is the best known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the pre-eminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. The pistol served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985, and is widely regarded by gun historians as the best firearm design to date. Battlefield experience in World War I led to some small external changes to the M1911, completed in 1924, the new version was called the M1911A1.

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1970 Belgium Browning Superposed (26.5" SKEET), 12 Ga., O/U, SN - 20356S70

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This Browning Superposed was made in Belgium in 1970 (SN - "S70" = 12 gauge for the year 1970) and sports 26.5" **S/ **S (SKEET/SHEET) barrels. Other features include a g...morelossed walnut stock with deep cut outlined checkering/ fluted comb & contoured forearm, ribbed brown rubber buttpad with black/white spacers, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with dual bead sights, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 14.5" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Browning Superposed is a Belgian over-under shotgun that was produced from 1931 until 1986. The pre-World War II Superposed was offered in 12-gauge only with the exception of special orders. The 20-gauge version first became available in the 1949 catalog. Barrels ranged from 26.5” to 30” for the 12-gauge and 26.5” or 28” for the 20-gauge. The 1950s saw the introduction of various sub-models of the gun. Hunting models (Trap- and Skeet-specific models also became available), such as a Lightning version that was lighter than the standard models. Every Superposed (standard & sub models) was hand engraved in Belgium. The 1960s saw the full introduction of a 28 gauge and .410 models and a Lightning version of the Trap model. Between 1970 and 1976, the cost of a Belgian-made Superposed more than doubled, due to rising labor and manufacturing costs. This opened the door for Browning's less expensive alternative to the Superposed, the Citori, which was introduced in 1973, and produced at the Miroku, Japan, plant.

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1944 German Mauser (byf) P.38 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster) SN - 2537d

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This WWII German P.38 is marked "byf" (manufactured by Mauser), "44" (1944), along with (4) Eagle/WaA135 & (1) Eagle/Swastika (Mauser Military Proof with Nazi acceptance)...more. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. This gun comes with a black leather shell holster that is marked "bdr 41" (bdr = manufacturer code for Richard Earnhardt - rare & desirable maker) with German Wehrmacht proof, and (2) magazines that are both marked Eagle/WaA135 (Mauser/Nazi military acceptance). Other features include a 5" barrel and black ribbed grips. This gun is in excellent condition with very light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The P.38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 was a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P.38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk).

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Winchester Model 101 Pigeon Grade Trap (30"), 12 Ga., O/U, (Hardcase & Chokes), SN - 13AMP01706

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The Winchester Model 101 Pigeon Grade Trap is designed to dominate the field with style and elegance. This gun sports a beautifully scroll engraved coin-finished receiver...more, high gloss grade II/III walnut stock with deep cut outline checkering/ adjustable comb & contoured forearm, adjustable Pachmayr black ribbed recoil pad, 30" ported Invector-Plus barrels with high luster bluing, 10mm serrated vent-rib with white mid-bead & fiber-optic pin front sight, adjustable trigger, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun comes in a red fitted hardcase with (3) Signature Invector-Plus extended choke tubes (XF, M & F) and fiber-optic front pins. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order.

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1906 Colt Single Action Army (7.5"), 32 W.C.F., Revolver, SN - 287995

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Single Action Army (SAA) .32 Winchester Center Fire (W.C.F.) revolver was made in 1906 (first generation). Thi...mores gun is visible numbers matching (frame, trigger guard & butt) and sports a 7.5" barrel marked "COLT'S F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.". This gun has lost all of the original bluing and the smooth wooden grips are modern replacements. This gun appears to be in excellent working order and still retains a nice sharp bore. The Single Action Army (SAA) revolver, or "Peacemaker", is the gun that has defined the Colt name for over 150 years. Three times the company has tried to discontinue this revolver in order to focus its business on more modern arms, and three times the demand from people from all over the world has compelled Colt to bring it back into production. It was designed for the U.S. government service revolver trials of 1872, and was adopted as the standard-issued pistol of the U.S. Army from 1873 until 1892. The revolver was dubbed the "Peacemaker" in the American Wild West era, due to its popularity with ranchers, lawmen, and outlaws alike. George S. Patton, who began his career in the horse-cavalry, carried a custom-made SAA with ivory grips engraved with his initials and an eagle, which became his trademark. He used it during the Mexican Punitive Expedition of 1916 in a gunfight with two of Pancho Villa's lieutenants and carried it until his death in 1945. Whether used to protect and defend, an ersatz hammer to pound fence staples or in John Wayne's holster, the Colt Single Action Army defines early American culture.

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Battista Rizzini/ Sig Arms L.L. Bean "New Englander" (26.5"), 12 Ga., O/U (Hardcase), SN - EX03551

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Made by Battista Rizzini in Italy for L.L. Bean and imported by Sig Arms, this 2001 Special Edition "New Englander" over/ under shotgun sports a vibrantly case colored re...moreceiver with gold inlaid text executed by Bottega Incisioni Giovanelli. The select Turkish walnut stock with oil finish, Prince of Wales style pistol-grip, deep-cut hand checkering and rubber recoil pad is not only elegant, but functional as well. Other features include 26.5" barrels with IMP CYL/ SKEET choke tubes, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with front bead sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, jeweled block, 14.75" LOP, 3" chamber and comes in original aluminum luggage-style hardcase. This gun is from the personal collection of a former Firearms Wholesale distributor and is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Battista Rizzini of Brescia, Italy, founded the Rizzini Company in 1966. He has three children who are actively involved in the family ran business. Since the company’s foundation, its products have acquired worldwide recognition and appreciation through the endless quest for the best quality of products and materials. This is achieved through continuous investment in the best technology integrated into traditional workmanship. The Rizzini family takes great pride in every gun that leaves their workshop. They absolutely refuse to cut any corners in the manufacturing process, even with rising production costs and mass-produced competition. Every shotgun that bears the Rizzini mark will be nothing short of a premium quality and highly dependable work of art.

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1943 German Walther (ac43) P.38 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 5856f

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This WWII German P.38 is marked "ac" (manufactured by Walther), "43" (1943), along with Nazi proof stamps throughout. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. O...morether features include a 5" barrel, brown ribbed grips and comes with an original Nazi proofed steel magazine. This gun is in nice 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 Terry Lee Brown Estate. The P.38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 was a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P.38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk).

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Battista Rizzini/ Sig Arms L.L. Bean "New Englander" (26.5"), 20 Ga., O/U (Hardcase), SN - EX03238

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Made by Battista Rizzini in Italy for L.L. Bean and imported by Sig Arms, this 2001 Special Edition "New Englander" over/ under shotgun sports a vibrantly case colored re...moreceiver with gold inlaid text executed by Bottega Incisioni Giovanelli. The select Turkish walnut stock with oil finish, Prince of Wales style pistol-grip, deep-cut hand checkering and rubber recoil pad is not only elegant, but functional as well. Other features include 26.5" barrels, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with front bead sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, jeweled block, 15" LOP and 3" chamber. This gun comes in the original aluminum luggage-style hardcase with (5) choke tubes & choke wrench. This gun is from the personal collection of a former Firearms Wholesale distributor and is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Battista Rizzini of Brescia, Italy, founded the Rizzini Company in 1966. He has three children who are actively involved in the family ran business. Since the company’s foundation, its products have acquired worldwide recognition and appreciation through the endless quest for the best quality of products and materials. This is achieved through continuous investment in the best technology integrated into traditional workmanship. The Rizzini family takes great pride in every gun that leaves their workshop. They absolutely refuse to cut any corners in the manufacturing process, even with rising production costs and mass-produced competition. Every shotgun that bears the Rizzini mark will be nothing short of a premium quality and highly dependable work of art.

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1878 Colt Single Action Army (5"), Custom 22 LR, Revolver, SN - 42357

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Single Action Army (SAA) revolver was made in 1878 (first generation). This gun started out life as a 45 calib...moreer, and was re-chambered for 22 LR in 1950. It is visible numbers matching (frame, trigger guard & butt). It sports a 5" barrel and is marked "PAT. SEPT. 19, 1871./ JULY 2, -72./ JAN. 19, -75." on the left side of the frame. This gun was re-blued at the time of the re-chambering and sports early pearl grips, along with a Lyman dovetailed blade front sight. This gun appears to be in excellent working order and still retains a nice clean bore. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Single Action Army (SAA) revolver, or "Peacemaker", is the gun that has defined the Colt name for over 150 years. Three times the company has tried to discontinue this revolver in order to focus its business on more modern arms, and three times the demand from people from all over the world has compelled Colt to bring it back into production. It was designed for the U.S. government service revolver trials of 1872, and was adopted as the standard-issued pistol of the U.S. Army from 1873 until 1892. The revolver was dubbed the "Peacemaker" in the American Wild West era due to its popularity with ranchers, lawmen, and outlaws alike. George S. Patton, who began his career in the horse-cavalry, carried a custom-made SAA with ivory grips engraved with his initials and an eagle which became his trademark. He used it during the Mexican Punitive Expedition of 1916 in a gunfight with two of Pancho Villa's lieutenants and carried it until his death in 1945. Whether used to protect and defend, an ersatz hammer to pound fence staples, or in John Wayne's holster, the Colt Single Action Army defines early American culture.

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Battista Rizzini/ Sig Arms L.L. Bean "New Englander" (26.5"), 28 Ga., O/U (Hardcase), SN - EX04572

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Made by Battista Rizzini in Italy for L.L. Bean and imported by Sig Arms, this 2001 Special Edition "New Englander" over/ under shotgun sports a vibrantly case colored re...moreceiver with gold inlaid text executed by Bottega Incisioni Giovanelli. The select Turkish walnut stock with oil finish, Prince of Wales-style pistol-grip, deep-cut hand checkering and rubber recoil pad is not only elegant but functional as well. Other features include 26.5" barrels, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with front bead sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, jeweled block, 14.75" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun comes in the original aluminum luggage-style hardcase with (5) choke tubes & choke wrench. This gun is from the personal collection of a former Firearms Wholesale distributor and is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Battista Rizzini of Brescia, Italy, founded the Rizzini Company in 1966. He has three children who are actively involved in the family ran business. Since the company’s foundation, its products have acquired worldwide recognition and appreciation through the endless quest for the best quality of products and materials. This is achieved through continuous investment in the best technology integrated into traditional workmanship. The Rizzini family takes great pride in every gun that leaves their workshop. They absolutely refuse to cut any corners in the manufacturing process, even with rising production costs and mass-produced competition. Every shotgun that bears the Rizzini mark will be nothing short of a premium quality and highly dependable work of art.

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1943 German Walther (ac43) P.38 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - 7578g

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This WWII German P.38 is marked "ac" (manufactured by Walther), "43" (1943), along with Nazi proof stamps throughout. It is also marked with "X"s on the left sight of the...more slide which designates a Russian Capture. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. Other features include a 5" barrel, brown ribbed grips and comes with an original Nazi proofed steel magazine. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The P.38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 was a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P.38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk).

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Battista Rizzini/ Sig Arms L.L. Bean "New Englander" (26.5"), 410 Ga., O/U (Hardcase), SN - EX04849

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Made by Battista Rizzini in Italy for L.L. Bean and imported by Sig Arms, this 2001 Special Edition "New Englander" over/ under shotgun sports a vibrantly case colored re...moreceiver with gold inlaid text executed by Bottega Incisioni Giovanelli. The select Turkish walnut stock with oil finish, Prince of Wales-style pistol-grip, deep-cut hand checkering and rubber recoil pad is not only elegant, but functional as well. Other features include 26.5" barrels, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with front bead sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, jeweled block, 14.5" LOP and 3" chamber. This gun comes in the original aluminum luggage-style hardcase with (5) choke tubes & choke wrench. This gun is from the personal collection of a former Firearms Wholesale distributor and is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Battista Rizzini of Brescia, Italy, founded the Rizzini Company in 1966. He has three children who are actively involved in the family ran business. Since the company’s foundation, its products have acquired worldwide recognition and appreciation through the endless quest for the best quality of products and materials. This is achieved through continuous investment in the best technology integrated into traditional workmanship. The Rizzini family takes great pride in every gun that leaves their workshop. They absolutely refuse to cut any corners in the manufacturing process, even with rising production costs and mass-produced competition. Every shotgun that bears the Rizzini mark will be nothing short of a premium quality and highly dependable work of art.

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1901 Colt M1877 D.A. "Lightning", 38 Long Colt, Revolver (Numbers Matching), SN - 130146

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Model 1877 D.A. 38 "Lightning" revolver was made in 1901. Markings include "COLT'S PT F.A. MFG. CO./ HARTFORD....more CT. U.S.A." (top of barrel), "COLT D.A. 38" (left side of barrel) and "PAT. SEPT 19, 1871./ " " 5. "74./ " JAN. 19, "75" and Rampant Colt (left side of the frame). This gun is visible numbers matching - frame, trigger guard and butt". Features include a 4.5" barrel, casehardened receiver and bird's head checkered hard rubber grips with embossed Rampant colt. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Colt M1877 is a double-action revolver manufactured from 1877 until 1909. It was the first successful US-made double-action cartridge revolver, and was offered in three calibers - "Thunderer" = .41 Long Colt; "Lightning" = .38 Long Colt and "Rainmaker" = .32 Long Colt. All of the models had a six-round capacity. Neither of the names, "Lightning" or "Thunderer" were Colt designations, nor used by the factory in any reference materials. Both terms were coined by Benjamin Kittredge, one of Colt's major distributors. The "Lightning" was the favored personal weapon of famous Manchester (United Kingdom) Victorian detective, and then head of CID, Jerome Caminada, as well as Old West outlaw John Wesley Hardin.

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Browning BT-99 Grade III Silver/ Gold Engraved (32"), 12 Ga., (Hardcase), SN - 03110MP171

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This Browning BT-99 Grade III Single Barrel Trap Shotgun sports a silver nitride finish with gold accented, high-relief floral pattern engravings. The high gloss Monte Ca...morerlo stock with adjustable comb, deep cut outlined checkering and beavertail forearm is both stylish and functional. The 32" ported barrel with high-post ventilated rib and dual bead sights lets you accurately reach out and touch any target. Other features include a gold trigger, brown rubber recoil pad with black spacer, 14.5" LOP, 2 3/4" chamber and comes with a black/ brown leather luggage-style hardcase with (3) choke tubes/ wrench & paperwork. This gun is from the personal collection of a former Firearms Wholesale distributor and is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. The production of the BT-99 began in 1968, and continued through 1995. In 2001 Browning re-introduced the new BT-99 shotgun and is still in production today. It has been one of the most popular-selling single-shot shotguns in the world, since its introduction. It is often referred to as "dynamite" at professional trap shooting events. This is due to its very natural mounting, super smooth operation, and a high-quality build.

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1942 German Walther, Model PP, 7.65mm (32 ACP), Semi-Auto (W/ Holster), SN - 242963P

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According to the Walther PP and PPK Serial Numbers Guide, this Model PP was made in 1942. This gun is numbers matching (slide & frame) and is Nazi proofed throughout. Fea...moretures include a 3.9" barrel, black checkered grips with embossed Walther logo, serrated round hammer, left side magazine release button and comes with a period correct brown leather flap holster and (2) 7-round magazines. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Walther PP (Police Pistol) is a blowback-operated semi-automatic pistol that was developed by the German arms manufacturer, Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen, and introduced in 1929. It features an exposed hammer, a traditional double-action trigger mechanism, a single-column magazine, and a fixed barrel that also acts as the guide rod for the recoil spring. It was designed for police use and was heavily used by police forces in Europe in the 1930s and later. During World War II, they were issued to the German military (officers), including the Luftwaffe, as well as the uniformed Ordnungspolizei and plainclothes detectives of the Kriminalpolizei.

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Browning Citori 525 Sporting Grade (30"), 12 Ga., O/U (W/ Choke Tubes), SN - 05455MX131

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This Browning Citori 525 Sporting Grade is beautifully scroll engraved on its silver nitride receiver. The Grade II/III walnut stock with close radius pistol grip sports ...moredeep cut outline checkering and a Schnabel forearm tip. Other features include 30" Invector Plus ported & vented barrels with chrome plated chambers, black rubber buttpad with black spacer, gold trigger, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, wide serrated vent-rib with mid-bead sight & fiber-optic pin front sight, 2 3/4" chamber, 15" LOP and comes with (7) choke tubes. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. The Browning Citori 525 is the progeny of the famous Belgium made B25 Superposed. In the 1960s and 70s the Browning company became aware that a firm in Japan, B.C. Miroku, was copying their guns and doing a rather good job of it too. These guns were being seen in increasing number in the UK. The Miroku shotguns were well made, a slightly simplified version of the original B25. Browning despatched a delegation to Japan to negotiate with Miroku, they didn’t manage to get them to stop coping Brownings, instead they entered into what has since become a very long standing commercial relationship whereby the Japanese manufacturer ended up making the great majority of Browning over-and-unders. Thus in 1973 the Browning Citori was born. It evolved from the 325, to the 425 and, more recently, the 525. All these guns are based on a slightly (and cleverly) simplified, mass-production friendly version of the original Superposed design. It must be mentioned that the Citri is partly machine made, but a lot of hand work goes into it. These are not cheaply made guns. The Citori has become known for its "mechanical excellence" and deluxe grade features. It has become a must have for serious sportsmen around the world.

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WWII G.I. Bring-Back "fnh" CZ P27, 6.75mm (32 ACP) (Belt/ Buckle/ Holster/ Magazines), SN - 428230

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This CZ Model 27 pistol believed to be a U.S. GI WWII bring back and comes with a 1920s SA Nazi Party belt/ buckle with first pattern SA (Nazi) sunwheel Swastika, holster...more & (2) magazines. Oral history of this pistol from the son of the now deceased former U.S. G.I. is: "My father claimed that he took this pistol from a German officer (possibly S.S.) in 1945 during the liberation of Austria and then sent it to his family back in the states. I believe that the belt & holster were sent back at the same time". No physical documentation exists. This pistol is marked "fnh Pistole Modell 27 Kal. 7,65" on the left side of the frame, along with at least three Nazi acceptance stamps (right frame, top slide & barrel). Other features include a parkerized military finish, brown checkered bakelite grips, 3.9" barrel and comes with (2) original 8-round magazines that are marked "P. Mod. 27" on the bottom of the base. This gun retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Germans often used a letter code system to replace factory names. The Ceska Zbrojovka [CZ] factory received the code letters “fnh”. The brass buckle that accompanies this pistol is a nice example of an early 1920s first pattern sunwheel Swastika with rounded arms. The black leather belt is correctly marked "RBNr.0/0356/0012" = A. Jelinek & Sohn (period correct) on the inside - size 58. The black leather flap holster does not appear to be marked. The CZ vz. 27 is a Czechoslovakian semi-automatic pistol, based on the pistole vz. 24, and chambered for 7.65 mm Browning (.32 ACP). After the German occupation of Czechoslovakia in mid-March, 1939, the pistol was folded into the German armed and police forces as the P27. It was produced after the war, in Czechoslovakia, until the 1950s.

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Browning Citori 525 Sporting Grade (30"), 20 Ga., O/U (W/ Choke Tubes), SN - 23226MV131

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This Browning Citori 525 Sporting Grade is beautifully scroll engraved on its silver nitride receiver. The Grade II/III walnut stock with close radius pistol grip sports ...moredeep cut outline checkering and a Schnabel forearm tip. Other features include 30" Invector Plus ported & vented barrels with chrome plated chambers, black rubber buttpad with black spacer, gold trigger, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual ejectors, wide serrated vent-rib with mid-bead sight & fiber-optic pin front sight, 2 3/4" chamber and 15" LOP. This gun comes with (5) choke tubes, (8) fiber-optic pins, (3) interchangeable triggers and choke wrench. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. The Browning Citori 525 is the progeny of the famous Belgium made B25 Superposed. In the 1960s and 70s the Browning company became aware that a firm in Japan, B.C. Miroku, was copying their guns and doing a rather good job of it too. These guns were being seen in increasing number in the UK. The Miroku shotguns were well made, a slightly simplified version of the original B25. Browning dispatched a delegation to Japan to negotiate with Miroku. They didn’t manage to get them to stop copying Brownings, instead they entered into what has since become a very long standing commercial relationship whereby the Japanese manufacturer ended up making the great majority of Browning over-and-unders. Thus in 1973, the Browning Citori was born. It evolved from the 325, to the 425, and more recently, the 525. All these guns are based on a slightly (and cleverly) simplified, mass-production friendly version of the original Superposed design. It must be mentioned that the Citori is partly machine made, but a lot of hand work goes into it. These are not cheaply made guns. The Citori has become known for its "mechanical excellence" and deluxe grade features. It has become a must have for serious sportsmen around the world.

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WWII German Radom VIS P.35 Grade II Sub. 2, 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto, SN - P0341

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This WWII German Vis 35 Pistol is marked "FB" (the plant) "Radom" (plant location) "VIS Mod. 35" (Polish model designation) & "Pat. No. 15567" (Wilniewczyc/Skrzypinski pa...moretent) on the left side of the frame. Other markings include at least three Nazi "e/77" Radom acceptance stamps, Nazi "e/623 "Styer acceptance stamp" and Nazi test proof stamp. Features include a 4.7" barrel, de-cocking lever, slide stop, take-down lever (omitted on late war models), grip safety, lanyard ring, black checkered grips with "FB", semi-concealed round hammer and unmarked 8-round steel magazine. The Vis 35 was manufactured in 3 major variations (Grades) and subvariations. This gun appears to be a Grade II Subvariation 2 (mid-war variation). This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Radom VIS P.35 is a 9×19mm caliber, single-action, semi-automatic pistol. Its design was inspired by John Browning's 9mm "Browning GP" pistol which was completed after Browning's death by designers at Fabrique Nationale in Herstal, Belgium. Production of the Vis began at the Fabryka Broni arms factory in Radom in 1935, and was adopted as the standard handgun of the Polish Army the following year. After the German occupation of Poland in 1939, production was turned over to the Nazis. The pistol was valued by German soldiers, and many were issued to elite paratrooper units.

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1988 Browning Citori Lightning (26"), 12 Ga., O/U, (Box & Choke Tubes), SN - 07661PP753

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This Browning Citori Lightning was made in 1988 (SN - "PP" = 1988 "753" = 12 gauge Lightning) and sports 26" Invector barrels. Other features include a glossed walnut sto...moreck with deep cut outlined checkering/ round grip knob & rounded forearm, original brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, engraved receiver with floral pattern, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with brass bead front sight, tang safety/ barrel selector, dual extractors, 14.25" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" or 3" shells. This gun comes in original box with manual, (3) choke tubes (F/ IM/ M) and choke tube wrench. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Browning Citori is the progeny of the famous Belgium made Superposed. In the 1960s and 70s the Browning company became aware that a firm in Japan, B.C. Miroku, was copying their guns and doing a rather good job of it too. These guns were being seen in increasing number in the UK. The Miroku shotguns were well made, a slightly simplified version of the original Superposed. Browning dispatched a delegation to Japan to negotiate with Miroku. They didn’t manage to get them to stop copying Brownings, instead they entered into what has since become a very long standing commercial relationship whereby the Japanese manufacturer ended up making the great majority of Browning over-and-unders. Thus in 1973, the Browning Citori was born. It evolved from the 325, to the 425, and more recently, the 525. All these guns are based on a slightly (and cleverly) simplified, mass-production friendly version of the original Superposed design. It must be mentioned that the Citori is partly machine made, but a lot of hand work goes into it. These are not cheaply made guns. The Citori has become known for its "mechanical excellence" and deluxe grade features. It has become a must have for serious sportsmen around the world.

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1940 British Enfield No. 2 MKI*, 38 S&W, Revolver, SN - J8214

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This WWII British service revolver is marked "ENFIELD/ NO.2 (crown) MKI*/ 1940", along with numerous British proof stamps throughout. Features include grooved walnut "han...moredgrips" with brass disc inlay, 5" slab-sided barrel, spurless hammer, double-action only trigger, parkerized military finish, lanyard ring and pinned front sight. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Enfield No. 2 was a British top-break revolver using the .38 S&W round manufactured from 1930 to 1957. It was the standard British/Commonwealth sidearm in the Second World War, alongside the Webley Mk IV and Smith & Wesson Victory Model revolvers chambered in the same caliber. There were three main variants of the Enfield No 2 Mk I revolver. The first was the Mk I which had a full-spur hammer and was double-action/single-action. The second variant was the Mk I*, which had a spurless hammer and was double-action only. The third variant was the Mk I**, which was a 1942 variant of the Mk I* simplified in order to increase production. The No. 2 remained in service with the British Army until it was fully replaced by the Browning Hi Power in 1963.

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1995 Beretta Silver Pigeon Nickel Engraved (28"), 12 Ga., O/U, SN - L97203B

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This Beretta Silver Pigeon 12 gauge over/ under shotgun was made in 1995 (BF date code) and sports an elegant nickel finished receiver with embellished scroll work patter...moren engravings. The select walnut stock with a traditional Schnabel forend is enhanced with deep cut outline checkering and a high gloss finish. Other features include 28" barrels, jeweled monoblock, black rubber recoil pad with black spacer, gold trigger, serrated vent-rib with silver bead front sight, dual ejectors, tang safety/ barrel selector, 14.25" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" & 3" shells. This gun comes in a green Franchi hardcase with choke tubes. This gun will have two small light cracks on each side of the forearm that have been repaired, but otherwise it is in very nice condition and appears to be in good working order. The Beretta family has been making guns in Italy's Gardone Valley since the early 1500s and is the oldest company of any kind in the world. Beretta has been the standard by which all other low-profile over-and-under shotguns are judged. The Silver Pigeon is very simple, robust and has stood the test of time. It offers all the features that you would expect from a premium shotgun with the best-quality steel barrels and flawless fit and finish.

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1943 British Webley MK IV "War Finish", 38 S&W, Revolver, SN - 99325

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This WWII British service revolver is marked "WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD" on the top strap, "MARK IV .38" left side of the top strap, "WAR FINISH" on the left side of the frame, ...moreas well as numerous British proof stamps throughout. According to the Webley MKIV Estimated Serial Number Chart, this gun was manufactured in 1943 (Mark IV revolvers (1943) numbers 94500- 104599). Features include a 5" slab-sided barrel, black checkered grips with embossed "Webley", spur hammer, DA/SA trigger and lanyard ring. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Webley Mk IV revolver was one of the multitudes of sidearms issued to British and Commonwealth forces during World War II. Although the first Webley entered service in the 1870s, many design features endured in the pistol that armed British officers, pilots, and tank crewmen during the war. Like earlier Webleys, the Mk IV is a top break revolver. Unlike most modern American revolvers such as the Smith & Wesson “Victory” model (which also served British forces during the war), the cylinder and barrel assembly on the Mk IV are released by a lever on the left-hand side of the pistol. The Mk IVs auto-ejectors expel empty cases from the pistol enabling the user to focus more on reloading the pistol than emptying the cases manually by pushing an ejector rod. Webley, being a high-end firearms manufacturer, was so concerned about the appearance of its wartime models that many Mk IVs are found with the stamp “WAR FINISH” applied so the user understood that under “normal” circumstances, Webley put more time into the finish and overall appearance of its revolvers. The grips on the Mk IV are serviceable and, being plastic and checkered, are more user friendly in poor weather or when the user has wet or muddy hands. The Mk IV stayed “on the books” with British forces well into the 1970s.

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SKB Competition Trap Combo - Silver (32" & 34"), 12 Ga., O/U (Box & Chokes), SN - AS00600

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This SKB 12 gauge Competition Trap Combo shotgun comes with 32" over/under barrels, and 34" single barrel. Both barrels sport wide vent ribs and 2 3/4" chambers. Other fe...moreatures include a silver nitrided finished receiver with floral scroll pattern engravings, Kirsten locking system, glossed walnut Monte Carlo stock with adjustable comb & deep-cut checkering, brown rubber recoil pad with black spacer, silver trigger, tang safety, trigger mounted barrel selector, dual ejectors and 14.5" LOP. This gun comes in original box with paperwork, choke tubes, choke wrench and interchangeable fiber-optic front pins. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. The SKB 585 Series Shotguns are designed to provide the shooter with a well-balanced, fast-shouldering shotgun with extraordinary features and quality that only an avid outdoorsman can appreciate.

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1954 Colt Woodsman Match Target, 2nd Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto (W/ Box), SN - 141400-S

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Woodsman Match Target Second Series was made in 1954. It sports a 6" full lug target barrel, black checkered g...morerips, rear strap grip adapter, adjustable u-notch rear sight, dual pin Patridge front sight, 6-groove front strap and original 10-round magazine. This gun comes in a period correct brown Colt "wood grain" cardboard box with manual, factory target, cleaning rod and adjustment tool. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target. Second Series production started after WWII in 1948, with all three models remaining the same, but were built on a longer heavier frame and had a magazine safety, automatic slide stop and magazine release located at the rear of the trigger guard.

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1987 Browning A5 "DU 50 Years Commemorative" (28" M), 12 Ga. (W/ Hardcase), SN - 87DU01872

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This Browning Auto-5 was built in 1987 to commemorate the 50th year of Ducks Unlimited. It features a stainless receiver with beautiful floral scroll & duck engravings si...moregned by Mast Engraver M. Nozaki. Other features include a Deluxe Grade glossed, walnut stock with fluted comb/ round grip knob & contoured forearm, black rubber buttpad with black spacer, gold trigger, 28" MOD barrel with high luster bluing, serrated vent rib with silver bead front sight, 14.5" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun comes in the original brown hardcase with Ducks Unlimited embossed logo and manual. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is believed to be new/ unfired, but it will have very light "case wear" on the rear receiver/ tang. This gun appears to be in good working order. The Browning Automatic 5, most often Auto-5 or simply A-5, is a recoil-operated semi-automatic shotgun designed by John Browning. The Browning Auto-5 was the first mass produced semi-automatic shotgun. Designed by John Browning in 1898, and patented in 1900, it was produced continually for almost 100 years by several makers with production ending in 1998. It features a distinctive high rear end, earning it the nickname “Humpback”.

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1976 Colt Woodsman Match Target, 3rd Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - 095333S

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Woodsman Match Target Third Series was made in 1976. It sports a 6" full lug target barrel, checkered walnut g...morerips with left side thumb rest, adjustable u-notch rear sight, dual pin Patridge front sight, 6-groove front & rear straps and original 10-round magazine. 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. The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target.

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1970s Ithaca/SKB Engraved 600, 12 Ga. (28" F/ M), O/U, SN - CF635779

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This circa 1970s Ithaca by SKB Model 600 over/under shotgun sports a scroll engraved receiver, Kirsten locking system, grooved gold-plated trigger with barrel selector, o...moreutline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ contoured forearm & high gloss finish, black checkered buttpad with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, 28" FULL/ MOD barrels, jeweled action block, serrated vent rib with mid-bead & fiber-optic pin front sight, gold oval initial plate inlayed under the stock, 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. 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 & under 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.

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1942 Colt Woodsman Sport "Elephant Ears"- 1st Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - 184282

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Woodsman Sport First Series was made in 1942. It sports highly desirable brown checkered plastic "Elephant Ear...mores" grips with embossed Rampant Colt, 4.5" barrel that is laser etched "C.J. SULLAWAY" on the right side, loaded chamber indicator, windage adjustable dovetailed rear notch sight and original 10-round magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with extremely light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target.

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AYA No. 2 English Scroll Engraved (28" F/M), 12 Ga., Side-By-Side (W/ Case), SN - 560905

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Every AYA gun embodies the very best knowledge and the skill of generations of leading gunsmiths, and for this reason, it is considered throughout the world to be one of ...morethe finest examples of the combination of science and art, of reliability and elegance which only the finest gunmakers can produce. The AYA No. 2 is the pre-eminent sidelock double gun and the most famous model in the AYA line. Since its introduction in the late 1950s, tens of thousands of No. 2s have been sold in the United Kingdom, the United States and everywhere that shooters value the superb balance and handling of a fine double gun. Mechanically, it is modeled on the time-tested Holland & Holland system. This AYA No. 2 Hammerless Sidelock sports a case colored receiver with elaborate English scroll engravings, finely checkered Grade II English walnut stock with oiled finish, 28" F/M barrels, solid rib with silver bead front sight, forged steel action with double locking mechanism & gas vents, hardened steel intercepting safety sears, gold lined cocking indicators, double trigger with hinged front trigger, 2 3/4" chamber and comes in a lockable brown leather fitted luggage case by Luigi Franchi. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear and appears to be in good working order. AYA make double barreled shotguns in both side-by-side and over-and-under versions, in box-lock and side-lock versions, as well as double rifles, and all models share a common denominator: their exceptional quality. The ownership of an AYA shotgun makes one a part of a special and exclusive community. The AYA philosophy since 1915 has been: "A true work of art does not simply appear out of nowhere. It begins as an idea in the mind of its creator, who then turns it into a tangible form through skill and artistry. For the final creation to be genuine, this process must remain uninterrupted from the conception to completion.

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1969 Colt Woodsman Target, 3rd Series, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - 015496S

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Woodsman Target Third Series was made in 1969. Features include a 6" barrel, checkered walnut grips with left ...moreside thumb rest, loaded chamber indicator, adjustable u-notch rear sight, dual pin Patridge front sight and original 10-round magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured from 1915 to 1977. It was manufactured in three distinct series: Series 1 (1915–1941), Series 2 (1947–1955), and Series 3 (1955–1977). It was also produced in three different models: Target, Sport & Match Target.

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1991 Ugartechea 600 Series Coin/ Engraved (26" IC/M), 20 Ga., Side-By-Side (W/ Case), SN - 194514

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Armas Ugartechea, founded in 1922, is a family-owned firearms maker that is devoted to the craft of manufacturing fine hunting shotguns. This Ugartechea 600 Series side-b...morey-side hammerless shotgun was made in 1991 (date code K2) and sports a coin finished receiver with floral scroll engravings, glossed European walnut stock with outlined diamond checkerings, 26.25" IC/M barrel, serrated solid rib with brass bead front sight, brown cushioned rubber buttpad with black spacer, single selective trigger, dual ejectors, 14.25" LOP, 2 3/4" chamber and comes in a green canvas/ brown leather luggage-style hardcase. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order. Armas Ugartechea is well-known for the quality of its work both at home and abroad. Armas Ugartechea sells its guns worldwide which currently includes heads-of-state, monarchs from several countries, as well as top hunters . The Ugartechea Family is still in charge of the company and combine quality craftsman work with the best technology.

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1980 Colt Trooper MK III (8"), 22 LR, Revolver, SN - Y26978

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Trooper MK III was made in 1980. Features include a polished blued finish, 8" ribbed barrel with shrouded extr...moreactor rod, Patridge-style pinned front sight, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, checkered walnut Presentation Target grips with gold Rampant Colt medallions, grooved rear strap and casehardened hammer. 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. Introduced to the firearms market in 1953, the double-action Colt Trooper was designed with the intention of addressing the medium frame revolver market as law enforcement officers had long complained about the weight of earlier models. The Trooper was made in three different variants/production runs - Original Trooper 1953 - 1969, Trooper MK III 1969 - 1983 & Trooper MKV 1982 - 1986. Intended to be the first major advancement of Colt's designs since the beginning of the 20th century, the MK IIIs used a new "J" frame and had no parts interchangeability with older models. The new revolvers employed transfer-bar lock work system so that the revolver could fire only if the trigger was deliberately pulled completely to the rear. The springs used in the MK IIIs internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel.

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1978 Remington 1100 LT, 20 Ga. (28" MOD), Semi-Auto, SN - N0915979

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This Remington Model 1100LT 20 gauge shotgun was manufactured in December, 1978 (date code BQ). Features include a 28" MOD barrel, serrated vent rib with silver bead fron...moret sight, engraved receiver with scroll pattern on each side, checkered walnut stock with fleur-de-lis pattern/ fluted comb/ contoured forearm & gloss finish, black grip cap with white diamond inlay & white spacer, black ribbed buttpad with white spacer, silver locking tab action button, 14" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This one-owner gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate and was a birthday gift from his wife in 1979. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear and appears to be in good working order. 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 modern 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. During the 1970s and 80s, Model 1100s often accounted for sixty to seventy percent of the shotguns used at major trap & skeet shoots. Today it is still being used by competitive shooters due to its superior performance and handling qualities.

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1995 Colt Python Stainless (6"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - PN06456

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Python was made in 1995. Features include a Brushed Stainless finish, 6" lugged barrel with shrouded ejector r...moreod, vent rib, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned Patridge front sight, black checkered rubber Presentation grips, serrated hammer and grooved trigger. This gun comes in a period correct blue Colt hardcase without a label. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Python was cataloged from 1955 to 2005 and then re-introduced in 2020. It was offered on a special order basis from Colt's Custom Shop until 2007. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors and writers have described the Python as "The Finest Production Revolver Ever Made". The Colt Python is a double-action 6-shot revolver chambered primarily for the .357 Magnum cartridge built on Colt's large I-frame. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up.

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Remington 105 CTi "A 21st Century Shotgun", 12 Ga., Semi-Auto (W/ Case), SN - CT003384

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The Remington 105 CTi, "A 21st Century Shotgun," appeared originally as a feature in the December, 2006, issue of American Rifleman. The intended year of introduction was...more to be 2005, a century after the John Browning-designed Remington Autoloading shotgun was announced, but it took Remington’s engineers a little longer than they anticipated to get it to market. With its 105 CTi, Remington brought a host of innovations to the semi-automatic shotgun. The first has to do with materials. The CTi’s receiver is of investment-cast titanium—thus, the “Ti” in the name. Titanium’s weight is 40 percent of a comparable piece of steel, yet the yield strength of the heat-treated receiver is four times higher. It’s the first shotgun to include carbon fiber in its receiver construction, explaining the “C.” It’s the first production bottom-loading and ejecting-autoloader from a major American manufacturer. The 105 CTi also has a built-in recoil-reduction system and an innovative trigger and loading system. The 105 CTi’s receiver, which mimics the external dimensions of a Model 1100, is skeletonized at its top to reduce weight. This 105 CTi sports a 26" barrel, serrated vent-rib with dual bead sights, black cushioned rubber recoil pad with black spacer, checkered walnut stock with fluted comb/ contoured forearm & satin finish, silver commemorative grip cap, 14.5" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" or 3" shells. This gun comes in a green Remington hardcase with choke tubes and paperwork. This gun will have some recoil pad wear, but otherwise is in nice condition with very light wear and appears to be in good working order.

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2007 Colt Python Bright Stainless (4"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - PN05681

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Python was made in 2007. Features include a Bright Stainless finish, 4" lugged barrel with shrouded ejector ro...mored, vent rib, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, pinned Patridge front sight, black textured rubber combat grips, serrated hammer and grooved trigger. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Python was cataloged from 1955 to 2005 and then re-introduced in 2020. It was offered on a special order basis from Colt's Custom Shop until 2007. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors and writers have described the Python as "The Finest Production Revolver Ever Made". The Colt Python is a double-action 6-shot revolver chambered primarily for the .357 Magnum cartridge built on Colt's large I-frame. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up.

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1947 Remington Engraved 31-TC (Trap C-Grade), 12 Ga. (30" FULL), Pump, SN - 76825

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This Remington Model 31-TC (Trap C-Grade) was made in June, 1947 (PSS date code). Features include an etch-engraved receiver with setter dog hunting scene on the left & d...moreucks-in-flight scene on the right, glossed dark walnut stock with fluted comb/ double outlined checkering & contoured forearm, White Line brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, black metal grip cap with fleur-de-lis design, 30" FULL barrel, serrated vent rib with dual bead sights, 14.25" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Remington Model 31 pump-action shotgun was produced from 1931 to 1949. The design was based on the best attributes of the Remington Model 17 but with side ejection and a simpler design than the previous models. It was initially offered in 12-gauge with 16- and 20-gauge added in 1933. Like the Model 17, the barrel was easily removed by way of a knurled nut at the end of the magazine tube. It competed well with Winchester’s iconic Model 12. However, its 1931 introduction coincided with the lowest point of the Depression which was a very tough time to start production of a high quality, relatively high-cost shotgun. Remington’s retail price for the Model 31 was $48.95, while Winchester had just dropped the price of the Model 12 to $39.50. The Model 31 was made in 35 variations and grades from the Standard Grade to the TF Premier Grade. Higher grades were offered with factory engraving and a ventilated rib which sold for $302 in 1931. Most grades could be ordered with a number of special options. The Model 31 was discontinued in 1948 for the same reason the Winchester Model 12 was dropped 14 years later — production cost was too high and profit margins too low. The two guns, which represented the pump-action’s pinnacle of design, craftsmanship, function and beauty, were dropped in favor of more easily manufactured and more profitable designs.

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2020 Colt Python (6") Stainless, 357 Magnum, Revolver (NIB), SN - PY299648

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The new generation Colt Python features modern stainless steel alloys and a re-designed rear sight. Thirty percent more steel beneath the rear adjustable target sight giv...morees you a stronger revolver and more robust shooting experience. A recessed target crown, user-interchangeable front sight, and Walnut grip with the iconic Colt medallion make this a gun you’ll want to shoot and show off. The Python is chambered in .357 Magnum and also accommodates 38 Special cartridges. This 6" Python, with a beautiful stainless finish (mfg. 2020), is new/unfired in original blue hardcase with paperwork, and appears to be in good working order. The Colt Python was cataloged from 1955 to 2005 and then re-introduced in 2020. It was offered on a special order basis from Colt's Custom Shop until 2007. It was designed and intended for the premium revolver market segment. Some firearm collectors and writers have described the Python as "The Finest Production Revolver Ever Made". The Colt Python is a double-action 6-shot revolver chambered primarily for the .357 Magnum cartridge built on Colt's large I-frame. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up.

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1947 Remington 31-TC (Trap C-Grade), 12 Ga. (30" FULL), Pump, SN - 91631

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This Remington Model 31-TC (Trap C-Grade) was made in October, 1947 (ESS date code). Features include a glossed dark walnut stock with fluted comb/ double outlined checke...morering & contoured forearm, Pachmayr brown rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, black metal grip cap with fleur-de-lis design, 30" FULL barrel, serrated vent rib with white mid-bead & fiber-optic front sight, 13.5" LOP and 2 3/4" chamber. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear and appears to be in good working order. The Remington Model 31 pump-action shotgun was produced from 1931 to 1949. The design was based on the best attributes of the Remington Model 17 but with side ejection and a simpler design than the previous models. It was initially offered in 12-gauge with 16- and 20-gauge added in 1933. Like the Model 17, the barrel was easily removed by way of a knurled nut at the end of the magazine tube. It competed well with Winchester’s iconic Model 12. However, its 1931 introduction coincided with the lowest point of the Depression which was a very tough time to start production of a high quality, relatively high-cost shotgun. Remington’s retail price for the Model 31 was $48.95 while Winchester had just dropped the price of the Model 12 to $39.50. The Model 31 was made in 35 variations and grades from the Standard Grade to the TF Premier Grade. Higher grades were offered with factory engraving and a ventilated rib which sold for $302 in 1931. Most grades could be ordered with a number of special options. The Model 31 was discontinued in 1948 for the same reason the Winchester Model 12 was dropped 14 years later — production cost was too high and profit margins too low. The two guns, which represented the pump-action’s pinnacle of design, craftsmanship, function and beauty, were dropped in favor of more easily manufactured and more profitable designs.

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2000 Colt Anaconda Stainless (8"), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - AN11323

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According to the Colt Archives serial number database, this Anaconda was made in 2000. Features include a stainless finish, 8" ported lugged barrel with shrouded ejector ...morerod, vent rib, fully adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel, dual pinned Patridge front sight, black textured rubber combat grips, serrated hammer and grooved trigger. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun comes in a period correct blue Colt hardcase without a label. 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 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.

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1970s Winchester Model 101 Engraved (28" F/M), 20 Ga., O/U, SN - K234707

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This Winchester Model 101 sports floral scroll engraved receiver engravings with gold filled highlights, glossed walnut stock with deep-cut outlined checkering & fluted c...moreomb, black checkered buttpad, 28" FULL/ MOD barrels, serrated vent rib with brass bead front sight, jeweled monobloc, dual extractors, black grip cap with scroll design, tang safety/ barrel selector, 14" LOP and is chambered for 2 3/4" or 3" shells. Factory serial numbers for the Model 101 after 1971 do not exist, but the serial number on this gun reflects an approximate production year of 1975. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear and appears to be in good working order. Winchester introduced the Model 101 in 1959 in order to compete with the Browning Superposed. Winchester engineers based much of the high-quality mechanics of the Model 101 from the Superposed to include the breech lockup system. In both guns, a rectangular locking bar travels forward from low in the standing breech of the receiver to engage a recess at the foot of the barrel monobloc. The Model 101 also has the H-pattern combination safety and barrel selector of the Superposed.

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1943 German Spreewerk (cyq) P.38 (Numbers Matching), 9mm Luger, Semi-Auto (W/ Holster) SN - 635m

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This WWII German P.38 is marked "cyq" (manufactured by Spreewerk), "m" suffix serial number (1943), along with Eagle/88 Spreewerk military proofs & other Nazi acceptance ...morestamps. This gun is numbers matching on all visible parts. This gun comes with a black leather softshell holster that is marked "dkk 44" (production by Friedrich Offermann u. Sohne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg, in 1944). Other features include a 5" barrel, black ribbed grips and (1) Nazi proofed magazine. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The P.38 is a 9mm Luger semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Carl Walther GmbH as the service pistol of the German Army at the beginning of World War II. The P.38 was a groundbreaking semi-automatic pistol design which introduced technical features still used today in current commercial and military semi-automatic pistols. It was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger. The P.38 also introduced a visible and tactile loaded chamber indicator in the form of a metal rod that protrudes from the rear of the slide when a round is chambered. During WWII, the P.38 was produced by three separate manufacturers: Walther, Mauser, and Spreewerk. To conceal manufacturer identities, each wartime manufacturer used a letter code: ac (Walther); byf (Mauser), and cyq (Spreewerk).

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1921 Hunter/ L.C. Smith Hammerless Field (26.75" FULL), 16 Ga., Side-By-Side, SN - 40750

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According to the L.C. Smith Collectors Association serial number chart, this "Hammerless" Field Grade 16 gauge double barrel shotgun was made in 1921. Features include a ...morehand checkered double-outlined walnut stock with gloss finish, brown Bakelite grip cap, black Pachmayr White Line rubber buttpad with black/ white spacers, 26.75" FULL barrels, serrated rib with brass bead front sight, dual triggers, tang safety and 2 3/4" chambers. This gun sports an early re-bluing and is in good condition with some wear and appears to be in good working order. The L.C. Smith shotgun is an American classic and is unquestionably one of the finest shotguns ever made. L.C. Smith was sold to Hunter Arms in 1888, and the Hunter/ L.C. Smith name remained synonymous with quality shotguns until 1945.

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1976 Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 (6"), 357 Mag., Revolver (Case & Kit), SN - N373084

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 27-2 was made in circa 1976. Features include a 6" ribbed barrel, high luster polished bluing, groo...moreved casehardened trigger, serrated casehardened hammer, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap, shrouded extractor rod, serrated top strap, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. This comes in a dovetailed wooden presentation case with cleaning kit and paperwork. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 27 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. It was first produced in 1935, and many versions of it are still in production today. It is built on a large N-frame, with target sights, and was available in a variety of barrel lengths. The Model 27 underwent several minor changes and updates during its long production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 27-1, 27-2, etc.).

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1950 Winchester Model 43 (Lyman Scope), 218 Bee, Bolt-Action, SN - 26087A

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According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 43 (218 Bee) was made in 1950. Features include a smooth walnut stock with gloss finish, checkered metal b...moreuttplate, 24" barrel with recessed crown, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramped front sight, sling rings with brown leather sling, 4-round detachable steel magazine and Lyman All-American 10x scope. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Winchester Model 43 is a relatively little-known rifle compared to the company’s many legends, such as the Model 94 and Model 70. Manufactured from 1948 to 1953, the Model 43 was chambered for the 25-20 Win, 32-20 Win, 218 Bee, and 22 Hornet cartridges. This small framed bolt-action rifle is a perfect varmint rifle that is both accurate and reliable. “The Model 43 was the first postwar development in Winchester centerfire rifles. It embodied the well-proved principles of the famous smooth, fast Winchester bolt action that adapted it to that highly popular sport known as pest and small game shooting.” -George Watrous, The History of Winchester Firearms 1866 – 1966.

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(Scarce) 1972 Smith & Wesson Model 53-2 (4") 22 Rem. Jett, Revolver (Box/ Paperwork), SN - 2K93212

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The Smith & Wesson Model 53 was introduced in 1961 and chambered for the .22 "Remington Jet". This unusual revolver from Smith & Wesson was an innovative solution to bein...moreg able to fire both rimfire and centerfire cartridges from the same gun. By utilizing nickel wash coated steel insets which fit into the chambers of the cylinder, it is adaptable to .22 Long Rifle. The hammer is outfitted with a switch which selects either the centerfire or rimfire firing pin. According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 53-2 was made in 1972. Features include a 4" ribbed barrel, high luster polished bluing, grooved casehardened trigger, serrated casehardened hammer, checkered walnut Magna-Style grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap, shrouded extractor rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. This comes in the original presentation style box with (6) steel insets, "Special Instructions" hangtag and cleaning kit. 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. The concept of a revolver that could fire a centerfire .22 caliber cartridge began in the mid-1950s when avid handloader and experimenter, Jim Harvey, modified .22 Hornet rifle cases by shortening and chamber-forming them to a configuration suitable for use in revolvers. Smith & Wesson took notice of Harvey’s pioneer work but never officially sanctioned these conversions for their revolvers. They did experiments with some prototype guns chambered for the then-new .256 Winchester cartridge, a .25 caliber bottlenecked .357 Magnum creation. However, the folks at S&W found out that this combination was unworkable because of case setback in the chambers locking up the cylinder tight to the recoil shield when the round was fired. Remington offered S&W another option which was called the .22 Remington Jet. This was a .357 Magnum case gradually tapered down to .22 caliber rather than being sharply bottlenecked. This number proved to be more satisfactory in experimentation with revolvers that were rechambered and modified from .22 magnum rimfire guns. All Model 53 barrels were marked “22 MAGNUM”, which is very confusing – it doesn’t mean .22 rimfire magnum. Production started with the first gun bearing the serial number K429,000. It used the .357 Magnum Model 19 K-frame that utilized a shrouded ejector rod. The cylinders were fluted and counterbored (recessed) for the cartridge rims. The adapters can be inserted into the chambers instead of the centerfire rounds making the gun suitable for firing either .22 Jets or .22 LR rimfires. At the time of its initial shipping, the Model 53 already had the newer left-hand threaded extractor rod, while most other K-frame guns were transitioning to that type. When the first production change was made in December, 1961, using a new cylinder stop and eliminating the screw in front of the trigger guard, it was called the Model 53-2 rather than the 53-1 keeping it in step with other S&W revolvers. There never was a Model 53-1. In 1974, and after 14,956 Model 53s had been made, production was halted and they were dropped from the catalog. The last known Model 53 was shipped on February 14, 1979.

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1936 (Pre-64) Winchester Model 52A "Marksman Match", 22 LR, Bolt-Action, SN - 42231A

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According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 53 was made in 1936. Features include a smooth walnut Marksman "Match-Style" stock with carved-in finger g...morerip & thumb hole, lower forearm rail with palm grip & brown leather harness, adjustable fold-out Swiss-style buttplate, 27" heavy crowned barrel with 7/8" muzzle diameter, front globe sight, J.W. Fecker (R.A. Litschert) 10x scope, 8-round detachable box magazine and comes with period correct Wittek-Vaver rear dial fully adjustable sight. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Winchester Model 52 is a bolt-action .22-caliber target rifle introduced in 1920. For many years it was the premier small bore match rifle in the United States, if not the world. Known as the "King of the .22s," the Model 52 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". However, by the 1970s, the World War I-era design was showing its age and had given way in top-level competition to newer match rifles from Walther and Anschutz; the costly-to-produce Model 52, which had long been a loss leader prestige product by that time, was finally discontinued when US Repeating Arms took over the manufacture of Winchester rifles from Olin Corporation in 1980. It was produced in several styles and sub-variations (updates) which were noted by an alphabetic SN suffixes - A, B, C and D were applied specifically to changes. Sub-models & variations included: Speed Lock (1930), 52A (1935), 52B (1937), 52C (1951), 52D (1961), International Match (1969), and 52E (1969). Initially, the Model 52 was priced at $42.35 for a standard model. This was a substantial amount for a rimfire at the time. Extra-heavy barrels tacked on $25 to that price. The reason for these then exorbitant prices was the handwork that went into each rifle. Model 52s were given lavish hand fitting and tuning, and this was a significant reason that they were consistently winners in competition. From 1920 until 1980, 125,233 Model 52s were made, which may seem light, but recall that this was a high-end premium rifle.

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(Scarce) 1972 Smith & Wesson Model 53-2 (6") 22 Rem. Jett, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - 2K93385

Lot # 59      

The Smith & Wesson Model 53 was introduced in 1961, and chambered for the .22 "Remington Jet". This unusual revolver from Smith & Wesson was an innovative solution to bei...moreng able to fire both rimfire and centerfire cartridges from the same gun. By utilizing nickel wash coated steel insets which fit into the chambers of the cylinder, it is adaptable to .22 Long Rifle. The hammer is outfitted with a switch which selects either the centerfire or rimfire firing pin. According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 53-2 was made in 1972. Features include a 6" ribbed barrel, high luster polished bluing, grooved casehardened trigger, serrated casehardened hammer, large flat butt walnut grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear strap, shrouded extractor rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. This comes in the original presentation style box with (6) steel insets. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The concept of a revolver that could fire a centerfire .22 caliber cartridge began in the mid-1950s when avid handloader and experimenter, Jim Harvey, modified .22 Hornet rifle cases by shortening and chamber-forming them to a configuration suitable for use in revolvers. Smith & Wesson took notice of Harvey’s pioneer work but never officially sanctioned these conversions for their revolvers. They did experiments with some prototype guns chambered for the then-new .256 Winchester cartridge, a .25 caliber bottlenecked .357 Magnum creation. However, the folks at S&W found out that this combination was unworkable because of case setback in the chambers locking up the cylinder tight to the recoil shield when the round was fired. Remington offered S&W another option which was called the .22 Remington Jet. This was a .357 Magnum case gradually tapered down to .22 caliber rather than being sharply bottlenecked. This number proved to be more satisfactory in experimentation with revolvers that were rechambered and modified from .22 magnum rimfire guns. All Model 53 barrels were marked “22 MAGNUM” which is very confusing – it doesn’t mean .22 rimfire magnum. Production started with the first gun bearing the serial number K429,000. It used the .357 Magnum Model 19 K-frame that utilized a shrouded ejector rod. The cylinders were fluted and counterbored (recessed) for the cartridge rims. The adapters can be inserted into the chambers instead of the centerfire rounds, making the gun suitable for firing either .22 Jets or .22 LR rimfires. At the time of its initial shipping, the Model 53 already had the newer left-hand threaded extractor rod, while most other K-frame guns were transitioning to that type. When the first production change was made in December, 1961, using a new cylinder stop and eliminating the screw in front of the trigger guard, it was called the Model 53-2 rather than the 53-1, keeping it in step with other S&W revolvers. There never was a Model 53-1. In 1974, and after 14,956 Model 53s had been made, production was halted and they were dropped from the catalog. The last known Model 53 was shipped on February 14, 1979.

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1948 (Pre-64) Winchester Model 52B Target, 22 LR, Bolt-Action, SN - 68798B

Lot # 60      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 53 was made in 1948. Features include a smooth walnut Match-Grade stock with high comb/ full beavertail fo...morerearm & oiled finish, checkered metal buttplate, 27" heavy barrel with 7/8" muzzle diameter, Redfield fully adjustable rear peep sight, Redfield Olympic front globe sight, lower forearm sling/ accessory rail, scope mounts, sling rings and 5-round detachable box magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with extremely light wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Winchester Model 52 is a bolt-action .22-caliber target rifle introduced in 1920. For many years, it was the premier small bore match rifle in the United States, if not the world. Known as the "King of the .22s," the Model 52 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". However, by the 1970s the World War I-era design was showing its age and had given way in top-level competition to newer match rifles from Walther and Anschutz; the costly-to-produce Model 52, which had long been a loss leader prestige product by that time, was finally discontinued when US Repeating Arms took over the manufacture of Winchester rifles from Olin Corporation in 1980. It was produced in several styles and sub-variations (updates) which were noted by an alphabetic SN suffixes - A, B, C and D were applied specifically to changes. Sub-models & variations included: Speed Lock (1930), 52A (1935), 52B (1937), 52C (1951), 52D (1961), International Match (1969), and 52E (1969). Initially, the Model 52 was priced at $42.35 for a standard model. This was a substantial amount for a rimfire at the time. Extra-heavy barrels tacked on $25 to that price. The reason for these then-exorbitant prices was the handwork that went into each rifle. Model 52s were given lavish hand fitting and tuning, and this was a significant reason that they were consistently winners in competition. From 1920 until 1980, 125,233 Model 52s were made, which may seem light, but recall that this was a high-end premium rifle.

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Pre-War Smith & Wesson Pre-31 Regulation Police (4.25" Nickel), 32 Long (Box), SN - 518516

Lot # 61      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Pre-War .32 Regulation Police (Pre-Model 31) was made in circa 1940. Features include a 5-screw frame wit...moreh nickel finish, diamond checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions and 4.25" barrel with front blade. This gun comes in a period correct blue S&W box without a label or SN markings. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Model 31 is a square-butt version of the Model 30, first known as the "Model .32 Regulation Police", made during the same time period as the "Model .32 Hand Ejector" and was eventually replaced by the Model 31 in 1958.

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1917 Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall "Winder Musket", 22 LR, Falling-Block, SN - 119360

Lot # 62      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1885 Low-Wall "Winder Musket" was made in 1917. Features include a 3/4 length walnut stock with straight g...morerip & grooved forearm, 28" barrel, curved metal buttplate, adjustable folding ladder rear sight, ramped dovetail front sight and sling rings. This gun is in good condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. 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 marksmanship 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.

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1984 Smith & Wesson Model 629-1 (8 3/8"), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - AFM0830

Lot # 63      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 629-1 was made in 1984. Features include a stainless finish, 8 3/8" ribbed barrel, shrouded ejector...more rod, serrated hammer, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable white outline rear sight and Patridge front sight with orange insert. 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. Introduced in 1978, the Smith & Wesson Model 629 is a stainless steel version of the iconic Model 29. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 & 629 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character "Dirty Harry" Callahan.

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1962 New-In-Box Winchester Model 61, 22 S L LR, Pump (Box & Hangtag), SN - 333516

Lot # 64      

This locally consigned Winchester Model 61 Rifle was purchased new in 1962 at Henke Hardware, Keokuk, IA, for $58.00. This gun was put back in the box after purchase, pla...moreced in the owner's gun vault and has not seen the light of day since. This gun is 100 percent new/ unfired with the original box, hangtag, manual and warranty card. Features include a smooth walnut stock with oiled finish & grooved forearm, black checkered buttpad, 24" barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed silver bead front sight, grooved receiver top and silver tube. This gun is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. The Winchester Model 61 is a slide-action .22 caliber rimfire rifle produced from 1932 to 1963. Winchester's first hammerless slide-action rifle design, the Model 61 acted as a "replacement" for the Model 62, and all were equipped with a quick take-down screw.

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1984 Smith & Wesson Model 29-3 (6"), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - AEB7602

Lot # 65      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 29-3 was made in 1984. Features include a polished blued finish, 6" ribbed barrel, shrouded ejector...more rod, serrated casehardened hammer, grooved casehardened trigger, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable white outline rear sight and Patridge front sight with orange insert. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character "Dirty Harry" Callahan.

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

Lot # 66      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Carbine was made in 1926. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip, curved metal but...moretplate, 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. The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was designed by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 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.

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1 Of 300 - 2007 Smith & Wesson 29-10 "Lew Horton" (3" Nickel), 44 Mag., Revolver (NIB), SN - CLK0228

Lot # 67      

According to the Smith & Wesson Collectors Group forum, this Model 29-10 is one of 300 produced in 2007 for Lew Horton. Features include a bright nickel plated finish, 3"...more ribbed barrel with shrouded extractor rod, Rosewood combat grips with silver S&W medallions, adjustable white outline rear sight, pinned Patridge front sight with orange insert, serrated casehardened hammer and grooved casehardened trigger. This gun comes in the original blue hardcase with paperwork and Rosewood service grips. This gun appears to be new/ unfired with no wear, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character "Dirty Harry" Callahan.

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1 Of 1000 - 1997 Winchester Model 63 High Grade (Gold/ Engraved), 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - STH0162

Lot # 68      

This Winchester Model 63 Limited Edition Rifle is one of 1000 produced in 1997. Features include a scroll engraved receiver with 24K gold squirrel inlays on the left/ rab...morebits on the right & gold trim accents, high luster blued finish, high grade select dark walnut stock with deep outlined checkering/ fluted comb & high gloss finish, gold trigger, blued metal buttplate, 23" barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, dovetailed front sight and quick take-down screw on the tang. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor, is believed to be new-old-stock/ unfired and comes in original box with manual. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. Originally produced from 1933 to 1958, the Winchester Model 63 was an updated variant of the Model 1903. It featured a tubular magazine in the butt stock which held ten cartridges and was loaded through a slot on the right side. It was a quick "takedown" rifle that required the user to press the takedown screw lock down through a slot in the tang to release the lock from the ratchet.

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1987 Smith & Wesson Model 629-1 (6"), 44 Magnum, Revolver (W/ Box), SN - AWH0765

Lot # 69      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 629-1 was made in 1987. Features include a stainless finish, 6" ribbed barrel, shrouded ejector rod...more, serrated hammer, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable white outline rear sight and Patridge front sight with orange insert. This gun comes in the original box with paperwork, appears to be new/ unfired (no wear & perfect bore), and appears to be in good working order. Introduced in 1978, the Smith & Wesson Model 629 is a stainless steel version of the iconic Model 29. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 & 629 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character "Dirty Harry" Callahan.

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2011 Dealer Exclusive - Browning SA-22 Grade VI (Grey/ Gold), 22 SHORT (NIB), SN - 02031ZZ212

Lot # 70      

This 2011 Dealer Exclusive SA-22 Grade VI semi-automatic rifle is chambered for 22 Short only. Features include a grayed receiver finish with floral scroll engravings & 2...more4K gold inlays of hunting dog scenes, outline checkered walnut stock with fluted comb & high gloss finish, gold trigger, grooved metal buttplate with blued finish, 22" barrel, adjustable folding notch rear sight and dovetailed gold bead front sight. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor, is new-old-stock/ unfired and comes in original box with manual. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear, has a perfect bore and appears to be in good working order. The Browning 22 Semi-Auto rifle, also known as the SA-22, was the first production semi-automatic rifle chambered in .22 LR caliber. Production began in 1914, and is still being produced today. From the beginning, the SA 22 was a high-end rifle. The receiver was forged, the relatively massive bolt was beautifully machined, and the stock was nicely finished from European walnut, and hand checkered. It was a svelte rifle, capable of being shot accurately by even a relatively young boy. The rifle was a takedown—flip the rifle over, hold the bolt slightly open with the thumb of one hand, retract the locking button with the other thumb, turn the barrel assembly 90 degrees and it came apart nicely without anything threatening to fly out of the gun under spring pressure. In addition to being easily portable, this feature allowed the rifle to be cleaned from the breech.

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1967 Smith & Wesson 28-2 Highway Patrolman (6"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - S289027

Lot # 71      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 28-2 "Highway Patrolman" was made in 1967. Features include a 6" ribbed barrel, blued finish, serra...moreted casehardened hammer, grooved casehardened trigger, checkered walnut Magna-Style grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove front & rear straps, shrouded ejector rod, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 28 Highway Patrolman is a double-action, 6-shot, N-frame revolver chambered for .357 Magnum that was produced from 1954 to 1986. The design was based on the Registered Magnum, but modernized to incorporate the rebound slide operated hammer block and the new short throw hammer. The Model 28 underwent three minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 28-1, 28-2, etc.). The Model 28-2 with an updated cylinder stop and eliminated trigger guard screw was made from 1961 to 1982.

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1 Of 222 - 2005 Winchester Custom Tribute 9422 (Silver/ Gold Engraved), 22 L LR (NIB), SN - FTC041

Lot # 72      

This Custom Traditional Tribute Grade Winchester Model 9422 is one of 222 produced in 2005. From the 2005 Winchester catalog: "In saying farewell to the Model 9422, this ...morespecial Custom Traditional Tribute is adorned with the finest features available. Most notable is the custom engraving on the receiver. The hand-carved, high-relief engraving on a silver plated receiver features a gold-inletted tribute to the 9422 on one side and the traditional Winchester Horse and Rider on the other. A beautifully finished and marbled walnut stock adds to the value. For custom collectors and lever-action rifle fans, the Custom Traditional Tribute is a must have. Only 222 rifles will be available". Features include a 20.5" chrome-moly steel tapered round barrel with full length magazine tube, fancy straight grip American walnut stock with Special Grade spade with ribbons checkering (18 lines per inch), silver plated receiver/ frame/ hammer/ lever/ bolt & screw, hand toned action, hand engine turned breech bolt, full buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramped front sight, gold plated trigger and special Custom Shop proof stamp. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired). This gun comes in original box with paperwork, signed factory letter from the Winchester Custom Shop (dated December 5, 2005), a "Special Note" to owners regarding the silver plated finish and Astic-Brille polishing cloth. Since 1972, Winchester has built one of the most famous and best loved Lever Action Rimfire rifles in the World--The Model 9422! Due to the high cost of manufacturing, it was decided in 2004 to stop production of the Model 9422 and convert the production over to the Tribute Series.

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1996 Smith & Wesson Model 29-6 (6"), 44 Magnum, Revolver, SN - CAS1684

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 29-6 was made in 1996. Features include a polished blued finish, 6" ribbed barrel, shrouded ejector...more rod, serrated casehardened hammer, casehardened trigger, black textured rubber combat grips, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable white outline rear sight and Patridge front sight with orange insert. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge and made from 1955 to present. The Model 29 underwent minor changes and updates during its production run which are identified by the "-#" after the model number (example 29-1, 29-2, etc.). It is one of the most popular revolvers ever made due to its reputation for quality and its worldwide association with the fictional character "Dirty Harry" Callahan.

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1 Of 222 - 2005 Winchester Custom Tribute 9422 (Silver/ Gold Engraved), 22 L LR (NIB), SN - FTC040

Lot # 74      

This Custom Traditional Tribute Grade Winchester Model 9422 is one of 222 produced in 2005. From the 2005 Winchester catalog: "In saying farewell to the Model 9422, this ...morespecial Custom Traditional Tribute is adorned with the finest features available. Most notable is the custom engraving on the receiver. The hand-carved, high-relief engraving on a silver plated receiver features a gold-inletted tribute to the 9422 on one side and the traditional Winchester Horse and Rider on the other. A beautifully finished and marbled walnut stock adds to the value. For custom collectors and lever-action rifle fans, the Custom Traditional Tribute is a must have. Only 222 rifles will be available". Features include a 20.5" chrome-moly steel tapered round barrel with full length magazine tube, fancy straight grip American walnut stock with Special Grade spade with ribbons checkering (18 lines per inch), silver plated receiver/ frame/ hammer/ lever/ bolt & screw, hand toned action, hand engine turned breech bolt, full buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramped front sight, gold plated trigger and special Custom Shop proof stamp. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired). This gun comes in original box with paperwork, signed factory letter from the Winchester Custom Shop (dated February 21, 2006), a "Special Note" to owners regarding the silver plated finish and Astic-Brille polishing cloth. Since 1972, Winchester has built one of the most famous and best loved Lever Action Rimfire rifles in the World--The Model 9422! Due to the high cost of manufacturing, it was decided in 2004 to stop production of the Model 9422 and convert the production over to the Tribute Series.

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1985 Smith & Wesson Model 586 (6"), 357 Magnum, Revolver, SN - AJB8821

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 586 was made in 1985. Features include a polished blued finish, 6" lugged & ribbed barrel, shrouded...more ejector rod, serrated casehardened hammer, casehardened trigger, large flat butt checkered Magna grips with S&W medallions, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable white outline rear sight, Patridge front sight with orange insert and 6-shot cylinder. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear to speak of, has a nice sharp/clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 586, is a six- or seven-shot double-action revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge that was introduced in 1980. It uses S&W's "L" (medium) revolver frame, with a K-frame-sized grip mated to a larger diameter cylinder. The 586 was discontinued in 1999. After a 13-year absence, it was reintroduced in 2012 with safety modifications, plus an improved yoke, as the 586-8 variant. It is now offered in Smith & Wesson Classic Series line.

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1981 Winchester 94 "John Wayne" Large Loop Carbine, 32-40 Win., Lever-Action (NIB), SN - JW14488

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This Winchester Model 94 John Wayne Commemorative .32-40 Large Loop Carbine lever-action rifle is a Special Edition that was produced in 1981 only. Features include an ol...mored silver finish with engraved receiver of stage-coach/ cattle drive scenes highlighted with titles of John Wayne's films, genuine American walnut stock with deep cut checkering & oiled finish, silver "John Wayne" medallion inlay on the right side of the stock, "John Wayne" signed tang, curved metal buttplate with blued finish, 18.5" barrel with blued finish, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, dovetailed front sight, saddle ring and 5-round tube magazine. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with hangtag, is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Winchester Commemoratives were first introduced in 1964 with the Wyoming Diamond Jubilee. Each Commemorative was issued as a reproduction of a historically famous gun model or to honor an historically significant person, group, event or institution relating to U.S. or Canadian history. John Wayne stood larger than life on the silver screen and just as tall in real life. During his long career, he appeared in more than 150 films, and audiences around the world recognized him as the one man who best represented the patriotic spirit of America. Even today, John Wayne still ranks among the top 10 most popular movie stars in the annual Harris Poll, and his movies continue to be viewed by millions of Americans, ensuring his status as a legendary American icon. John Wayne commemorative rifles have become almost as iconic as the man himself and are the most collected of the Winchester Commemoratives.

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Smith & Wesson 48-7 Classic Masterpiece, 22 M.R.F (Magnum), Revolver (NIB), SN - CST7222

Lot # 77      

This Model 48-7 from Smith & Wesson's "Classic Series" features a 6" barrel, polished blued finish, adjustable rear sight, pinned Patridge front sight, diamond checkered ...morewalnut grips with satin finish & medallion inlays, serrated casehardened hammer, casehardened grooved trigger and 6-shot swing-out cylinder. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original blue hardcase with paperwork, is in beautiful condition and appears to be in good working order. Smith & Wesson now makes it possible for you to own a piece of history-in-the-making with these "Classic Series" revolvers. They're the finest new handguns possible with designs harkening back to the most famous and collectible guns that Smith & Wesson ever constructed. Each is based on a model known for legendary performance, then enhanced with modern advantages. The Model 48 K-22 Masterpiece Magnum Rimfire is a DA/SA revolver built on a medium frame that was manufactured from 1959-1986.

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1985 Winchester 9422 XTR "Boy Scouts Of America", 22 S L LR, Lever-Action (NIB), SN - BSA11698

Lot # 78      

This Winchester Model 9422 XTR Boy Scouts Of America Commemorative lever-action rifle is a Special Edition that was produced in 1985 only. Features include a coin finish ...morewith engraved receiver commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts, genuine American walnut stock with deep cut checkering & oiled finish, silver medallion inlay on the right side of the stock, curved metal buttplate with silver finish, 20" barrel with blued finish, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, sling studs and 15-round tube magazine. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with hangtag and (11) 50-round bricks of original commemorative 22LR ammo. This gun is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Winchester Commemoratives were first introduced in 1964 with the Wyoming Diamond Jubilee. Each Commemorative was issued as a reproduction of an historically famous gun model or to honor an historically significant person, group, event or institution relating to U.S. or Canadian history. The Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910, and since then, about 110 million Americans have participated in BSA programs. BSA is part of the international Scout Movement and became a founding member organization of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1922. The stated mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to "prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law." Youth are trained in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities. Called by some the best rifle Winchester has made since 1964, the rimfire Model 9422 XTR (XTR = Extra) lever action was introduced in 1972. Engineered to utilize a modified version of Winchester super-reliable Model 61 slide-action rimfire mechanism but mirror the look and feel of the legendary Model 1894 centerfire lever-action rifles, it was a rip-roaring success. Because the ejection port is high on the right side, the action is an angle-eject design that doesn't interfere with mounting an optic, the first lever action of its type from Winchester.

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1956 Smith & Wesson Pre-14 K-38 Target Masterpiece (6"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - K287265

Lot # 79      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this K-38 Target Masterpiece was made in 1956. Features include a polished blued finish, 6" ribbed barrel, ser...morerated casehardened hammer, grooved casehardened trigger, Hogue Monogrip black textured rubber combat grips, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and Patridge front sight. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model K-38 Target Masterpiece is a six-shot, double-action revolver with adjustable open sights built on the medium-size "K" frame. First produced in 1947, and originally known as the K-38 Target Masterpiece, it was renamed the Model 14 in 1957 when all Smith & Wesson revolvers were given numerical model numbers.

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1 Of 250 - 1997 Winchester 9422 High Grade "25th Anniversary", 22 S L LR, (NIB), SN - FTFM162

Lot # 80      

This Winchester Model 9422 High Grade lever-action rifle is one of 250 produced in 1997 to commemorate the 9422's 25th "Silver" Anniversary. Features include a specially ...moreengraved receiver with high luster bluing & selective silver plating, checkered American walnut stock with high gloss finish, 20.5" barrel with high luster bluing, black checkered buttpad, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, grooved receiver top, 15-round tube magazine and comes with a factory hammer thumb extension. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with hangtag, is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. In 1972, Winchester Repeating Arms Company had just invested a large amount of money in computer-controlled manufacturing equipment that would help to update their sadly antiquated plant in New Haven, Connecticut. Embarrassed that economy moves had cheapened many of their firearms and tarnished Winchester's reputation for quality, the management sought to make a new flagship .22 rifle that would erase that image and reflect quality in every respect. The result was the Model 9422, and it did indeed revitalize Winchester's reputation. Although now no longer made, this lever action look-alike to the time-honored Model 94 .30-30 has become a sought-after modern classic. Winchester spared no expense in making the rifle as perfect as possible. The best materials were used; a milled forged steel frame and internal parts and a walnut stock were standard. The rifle was attractive, reliable, and accurate. Careful bluing and fitting were employed. Although traditional open sights were utilized, the receiver was grooved for scope mounting if desired. Following the Model 61 precedent, the rifle could be taken down into two major assemblies plus the bolt, allowing cleaning from the breech to protect the muzzle from damage. All in all, the new gun could easily be termed a masterpiece. In 1997, a 25-year Anniversary Edition was produced in limited quantities and offered in two grades - High Grade (250 Produced) and Grade I (2500 produced). Due to the very low production run, these "Silver Anniversary" Editions have become extremely sought after by collectors.

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1958 Smith & Wesson Model 18 K-22 Combat Masterpiece (4") , 22 LR, Revolver, SN - K348626

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this K-22 Combat Masterpiece Model 18 was made in 1958. Features include a polished blued finish, 4" ribbed ba...morerrel, serrated casehardened hammer, grooved casehardened trigger, checkered walnut Magna Style grips with S&W medallions & diamond escutcheon, 10-groove rear straps, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and 1/8" Baughman Quick Draw front sight on ramped base. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. In 1931, Smith & Wesson introduced the K-22 Outdoorsman. The platform was an immediate hit, and its utility and popularity have never waned. The year after its introduction, the K-22 would see service on the American Olympic pistol team. After a few slight changes, the K-22 Outdoorsman became the K-22 Masterpiece in 1940. The K-22 became a wonderful training tool for those who carried the .38 Special (and later, Magnum) K-Frames. Introduced in 1949, the K-22 Combat Masterpiece Model 18 was an exact duplicate of the K-38 Combat Masterpiece (or Model 15), with a 4" barrel. It was produced until 1986 and replaced with the 617, a stainless model with a full underlug. The Model 18 was offered again from 2009-2011 as part of Smith & Wesson's "Classic Series" revolvers.

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1 Of 2500 - 1997 Winchester 9422 Grade I "25th Anniversary", 22 S L LR, (NIB), SN - FTF0162

Lot # 82      

This Winchester Model 9422 Grade I lever-action rifle is one of 2500 produced in 1997 to commemorate the 9422's 25th "Silver" Anniversary. Features include a specially en...moregraved receiver with high luster bluing, checkered American walnut stock with satin finish, 20.5" barrel with high luster bluing, black checkered buttpad, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, grooved receiver top, 15-round tube magazine and comes with a factory hammer thumb extension. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with hangtag, is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. In 1972, Winchester Repeating Arms Company had just invested a large amount of money in computer-controlled manufacturing equipment that would help to update their sadly antiquated plant in New Haven, Connecticut. Embarrassed that economy moves had cheapened many of their firearms and tarnished Winchester's reputation for quality, the management sought to make a new flagship .22 rifle that would erase that image and reflect quality in every respect. The result was the Model 9422, and it did indeed revitalize Winchester's reputation. Although now no longer made, this lever action look-alike to the time-honored Model 94 .30-30 has become a sought-after modern classic. Winchester spared no expense in making the rifle as perfect as possible. The best materials were used; a milled forged steel frame and internal parts and a walnut stock were standard. The rifle was attractive, reliable, and accurate. Careful bluing and fitting were employed. Although traditional open sights were utilized, the receiver was grooved for scope mounting if desired. Following the Model 61 precedent, the rifle could be taken down into two major assemblies plus the bolt, allowing cleaning from the breech to protect the muzzle from damage. All in all, the new gun could easily be termed a masterpiece. In 1997, a 25-year Anniversary Edition was produced in limited quantities and offered in two grades - High Grade (250 Produced) and Grade I (2500 produced). Due to the very low production run, these "Silver Anniversary" Editions have become extremely sought after by collectors.

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1969 Smith & Wesson Model 51 "Kit Gun" (3.5"), 22 M.R.F. (Magnum), Revolver, SN 0 M10793

Lot # 83      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 51 was made in circa 1969. Features include a polished blued finish, 3.5" ribbed barrel, serrated c...moreasehardened hammer, grooved casehardened trigger, checkered walnut Magna Style grips with S&W medallions, adjustable rear sight pinned to the channel and ramped front sight. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 51 (.22/.32 Kit Gun Magnum) double-action revolver is a 22 Magnum Rimfire variant of the Model 34 that was introduced in 1960 and discontinued in 1974. They were built on S&W's I-Frame and were named "Kit Guns" because they were small enough to be carried inside a hunter or fisherman's kit bag.

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#1 - 2012 Henry Big Boy "Eagle Scout Centennial", 44 Mag./ Spl., Lever-Action (NIB), SN - 100ES0001

Lot # 84      

This 2012 Special Limited Edition Henry Big Boy Eagle Scout Centennial Tribute .44 Magnum/.44 Special lever-action rifle was the first one produced (serial number - "100"...more = One-Hundredth Edition, "ES" = Eagle Scout", "0001" = #1). The gleaming nickel-plated receiver is adorned with spectacular engraving hand cut by Henry engraver, Rob Bunting. The right side is highlighted by the image of a majestic bald eagle accented by distinctive American scroll work and a banner proclaiming the proud sentiment of all Eagle Scouts: "Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle". The left side bears the image of the famous Eagle Scout medal and banners reading "Eagle Scout and Boy Scouts of America". The engraved images on both sides and the winged leaf border are selectively plated with brilliant 24-karat gold. A tri-colored medallion replicating the Eagle Scout badge is inserted into the richly grained American walnut stock. The six badges of advancement which mark a scout's advancement to the Eagle Scout rank and the text "Trail to Eagle" are inscribed on the right side of the forearm and hand painted with gleaming gold fill. Specs: Straight-grip American Walnut stock; 20" octagon barrel with 1:38 twist; Solid top brass receiver; Brass buttplate & barrel band; Marbles fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with white diamond insert; Brass bead front sight; and 10-round magazine. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with paperwork, is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Since its inception in 1911, the rank of Eagle Scout has represented the pinnacle of Scouting. Awarded to a select few young men who have demonstrated the highest levels of leadership and commitment to duty, the distinctive red-white-and-blue Eagle Scout badge distinguishes those dedicated scouts as truly the best of the best. The honored title of Eagle Scout is held for life, and those that obtain it are expected to become leaders in whatever pursuit they choose.

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1953 Smith & Wesson Pre-40 Centennial (1 7/8"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 8766

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According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Centennial .38 S&W Special revolver was made in circa 1953. Features include a polished blued finish, 1 7...more/8" barrel, grooved rear strap/ grip safety "Lemon Squeezer", grooved casehardened trigger and smooth high horned grips with S&W medallions. This gun is in nice condition with very light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 40 originally debuted as the "Centennial" in 1952, and was renamed the Model 40 in 1957. It is a double-action only revolver with a true "Hammerless" design and is chambered in .38 special with a five-round capacity. It is known as a snub-nose revolver due to the 1 7/8-inch barrel length. It is built on Smith & Wesson's J-frame, and was made with a grip safety which is commonly referred to as a "Lemon Squeezer". It was discontinued in 1974. Today, a modern version is offered through Smith & Wesson's "Classic Series" revolver line.

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1974 Winchester Model 9422 (20"), 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - F123960

Lot # 86      

According to the Winchester Collectors Group's 9422 approximate serial number chart, this gun was made in 1974. Features include a blued finish, smooth walnut stock with ...moregloss finish, 20" barrel, adjustable elevator semi-buckhorn rear sight, hooded ramp front sight, black checkered buttpad, grooved receiver top and 15-round tube magazine. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. In 1972, Winchester Repeating Arms Company had just invested a large amount of money in computer-controlled manufacturing equipment that would help to update their sadly antiquated plant in New Haven, Connecticut. Embarrassed that economy moves had cheapened many of their firearms and tarnished Winchester's reputation for quality, the management sought to make a new flagship .22 rifle that would erase that image and reflect quality in every respect. The result was the Model 9422, and it did indeed revitalize Winchester's reputation. Although now no longer made, this lever action look-alike to the time-honored Model 94 .30-30 has become a sought-after modern classic. Winchester spared no expense in making the rifle as perfect as possible. The best materials were used; a milled forged steel frame and internal parts and a walnut stock were standard. The rifle was attractive, reliable, and accurate. Careful bluing and fitting were employed. Although traditional open sights were utilized, the receiver was grooved for scope mounting if desired. Following the Model 61 precedent, the rifle could be taken down into two major assemblies plus the bolt, allowing cleaning from the breech to protect the muzzle from damage. All in all, the new gun could easily be termed a masterpiece.

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1977 Smith & Wesson 28-2 (Model 1955), 45 ACP, Revolver, SN - N43251

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This Smith & Wesson conversion revolver sports a 28-2 receiver/ frame that was produced in 1977, and a Model 1955 45 ACP barrel that was manufactured in 1955 (barrel SN -...more S143489) - according to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book. Other features include a satin stainless finish, 5" ribbed barrel, shrouded extractor rod, 6-round swing-out cylinder, adjustable white outline rear sight pinned to the channel, Patridge front sight with orange insert, double-action trigger (DA/SA), serrated casehardened hammer, casehardened trigger and black Pachmayr "Jim Jordan" target grips (missing medallions). 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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2007 Browning BL-22 (20"), 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - 01076MR242

Lot # 88      

This Browning BL-22 was made in 2007 (SN "MR" = 2007) and sports a smooth walnut stock with gloss finish, high luster bluing, 20" barrel, folding adjustable notch rear si...moreght, dovetailed front sight, black textured buttpad, grooved receiver top and 15-round tube magazine. This gun is in beautiful condition with no wear, has a perfect sharp/ clean bore (possibly unfired) and appears to be in good working order. Does not include box. Since its introduction in 1969, the BL-22 has been the premier lever-action 22 of all time. It gained this distinction for several reasons: Superb quality, solid function and the speed of 33-degree lever throw. The engraved receiver, checkered walnut stock and the added touch of a classic Browning gold-colored trigger also sets it apart. There are other lever-action 22 rimfire rifles available, but no other has the features, reliability, quality and accuracy of the BL-22. The short 33-degree lever throw makes cycling faster for adults and easier for younger shooters. The easy to load tubular magazine holds any combination of 22 short, long and long rifle ammunition, all of which are on the menu for the BL-22. The magazine tube, once loaded, locks securely in place. The BL-22 also features quality muzzle-to-butt that rivals other Browning firearms. From the machined steel receiver to the fit of the finely finished wood, these superb rifles are Browning's through and through.

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1960s Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special" (3"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 505044

Lot # 89      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 36 was made in circa 1963-1968. Features include a polished blued finish, 3" ribbed barrel, serrate...mored casehardened "Semi Bobbed" hammer, Pachmayr Presentation black checkered rubber grips and ramped front sight with orange insert. This gun is in nice condition with some various light wear, has a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Smith & Wesson Model 36 (also known as the Chief's Special) is a small "J" frame double-action revolver chambered for .38 Special that was introduced in 1950, and is still in production today. It was produced as the "Chief's Special" until 1957 when it then became the Model 36. The "Chief's Special" continued to be manufactured as a separate variant.

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1 Of 3000 - 1998 Winchester Model 63 Limited Edition, 22 LR, Semi-Auto (NIB), SN - ST0162

Lot # 90      

This Winchester Model 63 Grade I semi-automatic rifle is one of approximately 3,000 manufactured in 1997/98 as a Limited Production run. Features include a smooth walnut ...morestock with pistol grip & satin finish, high luster bluing, 23" barrel, metal buttplate, grooved receiver top, dovetail adjustable elevator rear sight and dovetailed front sight. This gun is from a former firearms wholesale distributor and is new-old-stock (unfired), comes in original box with paperwork, is in beautiful condition with no box wear to speak of and appears to be in good working order. Produced from 1933 to 1958, the Winchester Model 63 was an updated variant of the Model 1903. It featured a tubular magazine in the butt stock which held ten cartridges and was loaded through a slot in the right side of the butt stock. It was a quick "takedown" rifle that required the user to press the takedown screw-lock down through a slot in the tang to release the lock from the ratchet.

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1920s Smith & Wesson M&P Model Of 1905 4th Change (6"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 425594

Lot # 91      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this .38 Military & Police Model of 1905, 4th Change, was manufactured in circa 1927. Features include a 5-scr...moreew frame, flat butt checkered walnut grips with diamond escutcheon, 6" barrel, round blade front sight and serrated hammer. This gun is showing age & wear, but still retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The .38 Smith & Wesson Model Military & Police Model of 1905 is the third of Smith & Wesson's .38 Hand Ejector models. Later models in this series include the .38 Military & Police Victory Model and the S&W Model 10. The Model 1905, as with the other .38 Hand Ejector models, is a six-shot double-action revolver built on the Smith and Wesson K frame with a swing-out cylinder chambered in .38 Special.

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Early 1900s Marlin Model 1893 (22"), 30-30 Win., Lever-Action

Lot # 92      

This Marlin Model 1893 Lever-Action Rifle sports a smooth walnut stock with straight "English" grip & gloss finish, 22" octagon barrel, White-Line ribbed brown rubber but...moretpad with spacers, Redfield adjustable elevator rear sight, Lyman dovetailed white bead front sight, 3/4 length magazine tube, sling rings and tan canvas sling. The only markings that remain on this rifle are "30-30" on the barrel and Model 1893 on the tang due to an early refurbish. The production date is unknown. 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 Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Model 1893 lever-action rifle & carbine was produced from 1893 to 1935, and was based on the "solid-top, side-ejection" concept. In 1936, the name was changed to "Model 36" with a few minor updates. It was the first Marlin to exceed the 50,000-unit production mark, and by the time the firm stopped making it in 1935, more than 1 million had been sold. Over the years, this rifle & carbine would be chambered in .25-36, .30-30, .32 Special, .32-40, and .38-55. It was offered in barrel lengths 24" to 32" (at 2" intervals), and a 20" Carbine.

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1920s Smith & Wesson M&P Model Of 1905 4th Change (5"), 38 Special, Revolver, SN - 514902

Lot # 93      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this .38 Military & Police Model of 1905, 4th Change, was manufactured in the 1930s. Features include a 5-scre...morew frame, Pachmayr black checkered rubber Presentation grips, 5" barrel, round blade front sight and serrated hammer. This gun is showing age & wear, but still retains a sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The .38 Smith & Wesson Model Military & Police Model of 1905 is the third of Smith & Wesson's .38 Hand Ejector models. Later models in this series include the .38 Military & Police Victory Model and the S&W Model 10. The Model 1905, as with the other .38 Hand Ejector models, is a six-shot double-action revolver built on the Smith and Wesson K frame with a swing-out cylinder chambered in .38 Special.

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1972 Winchester Model 94 Carbine (20"), 30-30 Win., Lever-Action, SN - 3831642

Lot # 94      

According to Winchester Arms Collector Organization, this Model 1894 Carbine was made in 1972. Features include a smooth walnut stock with straight grip & gloss finish, b...morelack checkered buttplate, 20" round barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, ramped dovetailed bead front sight, sling studs and full length magazine tube. This gun is in nice condition with some light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore, and appears to be in good working order. The Winchester Model 1894, or Model 94, is a lever-action repeating rifle & carbine that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was designed by John Browning in 1894, and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 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.

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1979 Smith & Wesson Model 52-2 "38 Master", 38 Special Wadcutter, Semi-Auto, SN - A589507

Lot # 95      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 52-2 was manufactured in 1979. Features include a polished blued finish with gold lettering, 5" sta...moreinless barrel with bushing, dovetailed adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, combat wood grips with gold S&W medallions, beavertail grip, serrated back strap, loaded chamber indicator, thumb safety, slide stop, grooved spur hammer, grooved trigger with adjustable pull and 5-round magazine. 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. In 1961, Smith & Wesson introduced the Model 52 as a match-grade target pistol derived from the Smith & Wesson Model 39. It was chambered in .38 Special Wadcutter for the sport of Bullseye shooting. The first version, known simply as the Model 52, retained the basic trigger mechanism of the Model 39, with the Double-Action function selectable via a simple frame-mounted setscrew. In 1963, the Model 52-1 was introduced with a separately developed single-action trigger system and was manufactured until 1970, when it was succeeded by the Model 52-2. Changes to the 52-2 included an improved extractor and this version was manufactured for 23 years. The Model 52 was discontinued in 1993.

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1965 Marlin Model 39A Golden Mountie (20"), 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - AA28098

Lot # 96      

This Marlin Model 39A Golden Mountie 22 caliber lever-action rifle was produced in 1965 (SN - "AA" = 1965). Features include a smooth walnut stock with fluted comb & glos...mores finish, black checkered buttpad with white spacer, gold trigger, 20" Micro-Groove barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, ramped dovetailed bead front sight, sling rings, 15-round tube magazine, quick take-down screw on the right side of the receiver, and sports a Bushnell Sportview 3-9x32 scope with mounted red-dot laser. This gun is in nice condition with light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. The Marlin 39A is the oldest and longest continuously produced shoulder firearm in the world. It started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever-action rifle ever chambered in .22LR, and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. Due to updates, it became the Model 39 in 1921 and Model 39-A in 1939. The Golden Mountie Model 39A was introduced in 1954 and produced at various points in the rifle's life. The Mountie featured a 20" barrel, as opposed to 24", and a straight stock. Since the early 1950s Marlin has used their proprietary Micro-Groove rifling in the Model 39A. This rifling uses many small lands and grooves rather than 2, 4, or 6 deeper grooves used by the majority of rifle makers. The rifling is also made to a 1 in 16" right hand twist. The combination of these two factors arguably adds to the accuracy of the rifle, and indeed, the 39A's reputation would seem to bear this out. The Golden 39A is still considered one of the finest examples of a lever .22 rifle, and one of the most accurate .22 rifles ever produced.

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1989 Smith & Wesson Model 622 (Stainless Alloy - 6"), 22 LR, Semi-Auto, SN - TCS6991

Lot # 97      

According to the Standard Catalog Of Smith & Wesson's book, this Model 622 was manufactured in circa 1989. Features include a alloy frame with steel slide & full stainles...mores finish, 6" barrel, dovetailed notch rear sight, ramped front sight, front strap magazine release, thumb safety, slide stop, black checkered grips and 10-round magazine. This gun is in same-as-new condition with no wear, has a nice sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. Does not include box. The Smith & Wesson Model 622 is a 22 LR pistol designed primarily for sports and recreational purposes. It has an alloy frame and a stainless steel slide, as opposed to the completely stainless steel variants Model 2206, Model 2213 and Model 2214. It was in production from 1987 to 1996.

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1961 Marlin Model 39A Golden (24"), 22 S L LR, Lever-Action, SN - U3840

Lot # 98      

This Marlin Model 39A Golden 22 caliber lever-action rifle was produced in 1961 (SN - "U" = 1961). Features include a smooth walnut pistol grip stock with fluted comb & o...moreiled finish, black checkered buttpad with white spacer, black grip cap with white spacer, gold trigger, 24" Micro-Groove barrel, adjustable elevator rear sight, ramped dovetailed bead front sight, sling rings with brown leather sling, hammer thumb extension, 19-round tube magazine, quick take-down screw on the right side of the receiver, and sports a Bushnell scope. This gun is in beautiful condition with very light wear, has an excellent sharp/ clean bore and appears to be in good working order. This gun is from the Terry Lee Brown Estate. The Marlin 39A is the oldest and longest continuously produced shoulder firearm in the world. It started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever-action rifle ever chambered in .22LR, and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. Due to updates, it became the Model 39 in 1921 and Model 39-A in 1939. Since the early 1950s, Marlin has used their proprietary Micro-Groove rifling in the Model 39A. This rifling uses many small lands and grooves rather than 2, 4, or 6 deeper grooves used by the majority of rifle makers. The rifling is also made to a 1 in 16" right hand twist. The combination of these two factors arguably adds to the accuracy of the rifle, and indeed the 39A's reputation would seem to bear this out. The Golden 39A is still considered one of the finest examples of a lever .22 rifle, and one of the most accurate .22 rifles ever produced.

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1960s Smith & Wesson Model 41 Barrel (5.5") With Box

Lot # 99      

This circa 1960s 5" barrel for a Smith & Wesson Model 41 semi-automatic pistol sports a dovetailed adjustable rear sight, Patridge front sight, high luster blued finish a...morend is 8.75" in overall length. This barrel comes in the original two-piece blue cardboard box, is in nice condition with no wear to speak of and has a nice sharp/ clean bore. Shipping Cost $20.00, or free with and gun purchase or free pick up.

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