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Rare, High Cond. Firearms, Knives/Bayonets, Scopes

Rare, High Cond. Firearms, Knives/Bayonets, Scopes

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Rare, High Cond. Firearms, Knives/Bayonets, Scopes

Rare, High Cond. Firearms, Knives/Bayonets, Scopes

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Exceptional Rare and High Condition Firearms, Knives, Bayonets & Unertl Scopes
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Extremely Scarce WWII Rock-Ola, Test M1 carbine, .30 carbine, s/n TEST 7,

Lot # 26 (Sale Order: 26 of 82)      

Extremely Scarce WWII Rock-Ola, Test M1 carbine, .30 carbine, s/n TEST 7, carbine, brl length 18", excellent condition, semi auto, Very Rare Test ROCK-OLA carbine having ...morea high cut stock with the rear receiver markings "TEST 7" in one line and "ROCK-OLA" marked just above tang screw hole. The front of the receiver has "U.S. CARBINE/CAL..30M1" two line marking along with "ROCK-OLA" marking on barrel just rearward of the front sight. The extractor is marked "R" and the two position folding rear sight is marked "BR" on the right and "S" on the left with the fixed front sight being marked "TR" on the front flat. The carbine is fitted with a checkered steel butt plate and barrel band mounted sling swivel. There are no other markings visible. This example Test No. 7 is only one of a handful of test carbines produced by Rock-Ola which had the lowest production numbers of all firms contracted to produce M1 carbines at 3.7 percent of production. Majority of metal finish is Parkerized with the front sight, barrel band, retaining spring, bolt and tang being finished in a dull blue. The finish on the bolt is thinning associated with the cycling of the action with only minor losses to remaining finish on the gun. A fine rare example of a WWII test carbine would be a welcomed addition to any collection. 14-2-17

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Springfield Armory, M1 Garand, .30-06 Sprg, s/n 2056428, rifle, brl length

Lot # 27 (Sale Order: 27 of 82)      

Springfield Armory, M1 Garand, .30-06 Sprg, s/n 2056428, rifle, brl length 24", very good condition, semi auto, Manufactured 1943 having correct barrel date and all parts...more matching with very nice Cartouche and "S.A./G.A.W." in borderline box left side at rear of receiver in stock along with very crisp circle "P" underside of wrist. There is a white ink marked "26" at toe on stock and a green canvas sling. Metal surfaces showing only minor handling with some thinning of finish on gas tube at muzzle. Wood shows scattered light indentations scattered. Bore has shine. 14-1-15

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Springfield Armory, Model M1A, 7.62x51 Nato, s/n 002934, rifle, brl length

Lot # 28 (Sale Order: 28 of 82)      

Springfield Armory, Model M1A, 7.62x51 Nato, s/n 002934, rifle, brl length 22", very good plus condition, semi auto, National Match sights with top of barrel being marked...more “NM” as well, fiberglass hand guard, sling attachment points, 3" birdcage style muzzle break, bayonet lug, cleaning kit in butt stock. Rifle comes with one magazine and has a shiny bore. Most metal surfaces show almost no wear with bolt body finish thinning on front edge and minor thinning on some edges. Blonde walnut stock shows some minor light handling in a few spots. 14-1-14

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Bayonet - Model 1942 U.S. M1 Garand bayonet marked "U.F.H." for the Union Fork and Hoe Company.

Lot # 29 (Sale Order: 29 of 82)      

Model 1942 U.S. M1 Garand bayonet marked "U.F.H." for the Union Fork and Hoe Company. No date with a 10" blade length, scabbard is included with a US flaming bomb...more

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Bayonet - Model of 1942 U.S. M1 Garand cut down bayonet

Lot # 30 (Sale Order: 30 of 82)      

Model of 1942 U.S. M1 Garand cut down bayonet by "U.C." Utica Cutlery Co. with US and flaming bomb proof over 1942 date, reverse side of blade is marked with cross cannon...mores and over stamped "U.C.-MOD" designating a cut-down M1905. Bayonet comes with U.S. marked flaming bomb proof and the blade length is 9.75".

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*Exceptional New Haven Arms Co., 2nd Model Henry Repeating rifle, .44 Henry

Lot # 31 (Sale Order: 31 of 82)      

*Exceptional New Haven Arms Co., 2nd Model Henry Repeating rifle, .44 Henry, s/n 7706, rifle, brl length 24", very good plus condition, lever action, Government purchase ...morerifle is listed as being used by the 3rd Regiment U.S. Vet. Vol.-1865 Companies B, C, I, H & K and is found listed in the book "The Historic Henry Rifle Oliver Winchester's Famous civil War Repeater" by Wiley Sword. Found on page 75, 2nd row, 9th column of Appendix C. Serial numbers matching to top barrel flat, left side of brass frame under wood stock, on top flat of wood stock under top tang, underside of brass butt plate and on both butt plate retaining screws. Brass frame has nice toned patina with very nice lines showing just a few light tool marks on either top edge of side plates showing one light line scratch right side edge of rear drop and a few very small hairlines with very little other overall wear. Barrel and tube magazine retain a nice percentage of original bluing having an overall grey/brown/blue mottled patina. Barrel edges have nice crisp lines with standard two line barrel address. Folding graduated to 8 ladder rear sight with fixed blade front. Follower and spring function as they should and the rifle has standard Henry configuration sling mounts. Bore has very nice visible rifling with some small scattered pitting. Walnut stock has typical Henry bump present and assorted light scattered surface indentations and small loss at toe. Wonderful example of a Civil War Henry.

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"Fantastic Winchester, Model 1886 Special Order Deluxe Takedown, .45-90 wcf

Lot # 32 (Sale Order: 32 of 82)      

"Fantastic Winchester, Model 1886 Special Order Deluxe Takedown, .45-90 wcf, s/n 126314, rifle, brl length 26"", very good plus condition, lever action, Cody Search resul...moret is matching to the rifle and appears as follows: Serial number application date not available Type: Rifle Caliber: 45/90 Barrel Type: 1/2 Octagon Trigger: Plain Checkered stock, Pistol grip Sights: Lyman front, Cup Disc rear, flat top sporting rear sights Takedown Sighted point blank 100 years Received in warehouse on September 06, 1902 Shipped from warehouse on September 06, 1902 Order Number 154679 Beautifully grained walnut borderline checkered pistol grip stock and forend with visible case coloring showing a majority still remaining on hammer, butt plate and lever with Niter bluing present on loading gate and trigger. Original bluing on barrel and tube magazine retain almost all finish with minor thinning on leading edge and around tube at retaining band. There are approximately 6 very small areas of almost unnoticeable fine freckling 2.5" from barrel transition. Bluing on receiver shows thinning of original finish with the left side retaining 95 plus percent. Wood shows some handling indentation being light. Fantastic example of a Deluxe .45/90 Takedown. Bore shines As New.

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Winchester, Model 62A, .22 S,L,LR, s/n 243058, rifle, brl length 23", excel

Lot # 33 (Sale Order: 33 of 82)      

Winchester, Model 62A, .22 S,L,LR, s/n 243058, rifle, brl length 23", excellent condition, slide action, High Condition 62A Manufactured in 1948 with a beaded blade front...more sight and adjustable for elevation rear, having a smooth walnut straight grip stock and 17 groove ribbed forend with a checkered black composite butt plate. The bore shines mirror bright having a standard crown muzzle. The smooth walnut straight grip stock shows virtually no handling wear, there are only two very small indentations underside along with what appears to be a factory repair on the left side bottom edge at receiver, very small and almost unnoticeable. The ribbed walnut forend shows only very light scattered handling while the blued metal finish shows only a small handful of light handling marks most notably a very thin hairline left shoulder of barrel 9" from muzzle with some minor thinning on contact areas of cycling action. Fine example of a 62A. 14-2-20

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Winchester, Model 1897 riot gun, 12 ga, s/n E647148, shotgun, brl length 20

Lot # 34 (Sale Order: 34 of 82)      

Winchester, Model 1897 riot gun, 12 ga, s/n E647148, shotgun, brl length 20.5", very good plus condition, slide action, Fantastic Riot gun Manufactured in 1919 with a cyl...more. marked barrel. Bore shines mirror bright with blued metal surfaces showing very light hairline style surface scratches either side of receiver, approx. 5-6 very small area losses on the barrel largest of which is less than 1/2" long and two of which are almost unnoticeable. Walnut stock and ribbed forend both have only very minor light handling in form of mostly very light indentations and surface lines. Great addition to any collection! 14-2-5

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Marlin, Model No. 26-G riot gun, 12 ga, s/n A23445, shotgun, brl length 20"

Lot # 35 (Sale Order: 35 of 82)      

Marlin, Model No. 26-G riot gun, 12 ga, s/n A23445, shotgun, brl length 20", excellent condition, slide action, High Condition Marlin with mirror bright shiny bore with s...moreilvertone single front bead having a cylinder choke and 2.75" chamber. 17 groove ribbed walnut forend showing only the slightest amount of very light handling. The walnut straight grip stock does show some light surface line handling marks with a serrated black composite marlin marked butt plate that is also marked on toe of butt plate "400/X-10". Blued metal finish shows a small amount of very light surface handling and some cycling wear present but small and limited. Exceptional example of Marlin Riot gun for any collection. 14-2-6

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*Cased Mills & Son-London, Swivel Barrel Pepperbox

Lot # 36 (Sale Order: 36 of 82)      

*Cased Mills & Son-London, Swivel Barrel Pepperbox, .38 cal, s/n NSN, muzzle loading pistol, brl length 3.5", excellent condition, percussion action, History of the Mills...more & Sons Firearms Co., William Mills was an apprentice to William Parker 1797, trade label claimed gunmaker to Queen Victoria. Manufactured guns with superimposed charges on Jacob Mould's Pat. Circa 1830-1835. Died 1837 with the business continued by son, William F. Mills, under father's name, and as Mills & Son. Gunmaker to Ordnance, 1836-1839; East India Co., 1836-1843. Bankrupt, 1843. Cased fitted walnut dovetailed chest with paper label containing pistol, bullet mold, solid brass cleaning rod, Sykes marked copper and brass powder flask and wads with green felt lining having a brass inletted monogram plate void of any markings. The pistol is of a two barrel over two barrel rotating design bearing crossed key proof marks in the barrel flutes with the top of each barrel being engraved "MILLS & SON-LONDON". Frame is engraved on top and both sides in a scrollwork with border line with the right side and top bearing more engraving. Both hammers are engraved as well with scrollwork and fish pattern. The trigger guard is engraved in a scroll florette style. The pistol retains traces of the original finish. Metal surfaces show very little handling wear with a few very light tool marks with a light and dark grey mottled patina throughout. Walnut one piece grip having round knob base shows 90% checkering coverage with only minor light handling and a silver monogram plate inletted into the center of the grip. Fine example of an English swivel barrel.

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*Scarce John Cookson Boston, Breech loading, .58 cal, s/n NSN BP rifle, brl

Lot # 37 (Sale Order: 37 of 82)      

*Scarce John Cookson Boston, Breech loading, .58 cal, s/n NSN, BP rifle, brl length 28.125", very good condition, flintlock action, John Cookson, Mass. enrolled in the An...morecient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1701. From 1722 to 1726 he acted as company clerk. In 1727 was employed to clean and repair the arms belonging to the Province of Massachusetts Bay. And later opening his own firm manufacturing rifles till 1762 when he died leaving his gunsmith tools to his grandson Samuel and his shop to his grandson John. John Cookson built many rare and unusual rifles including the "Cookson Repeater." This example is a breech loading flintlock having a top mounted hinge with the release located just in front of the trigger inside the guard. The guard itself is of unusual shape with finger form to grasp with ease. Being constructed of iron with partial single line border and finial plate. Right side of frame is engraved "John Cookson/Boston" in two lines just below hammer cock. The barrel has two double lines running from back to front along the top of barrel and at the muzzle the barrel has a trumpet flare, being lightly engraved at both breech and muzzle with a small fixed front sight and notch rear. There are two lines of rifling very faint but visible with areas of pitting in the bore. The wood appears maple with a hump back scalloped shadow line straight grip butt stock and forend with scroll tip. The wood has various indentations throughout with a few scuffs all of old age. The forend retention pins have been removed and reinserted from opposite side. The iron butt plate is slightly oversized. All metal surfaces have a gray mottled patina throughout with spot freckling and a few areas of very light flash pitting. There is the slightest amount of loose play in the action. Fine example of a breech loading Cookson rifle.

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*Sharps Rifle Manuf. Co., Model 1852 "Slant Breech" SRC, .52 cal, s/n 14296

Lot # 38 (Sale Order: 38 of 82)      

*Sharps Rifle Manuf. Co., Model 1852 "Slant Breech" SRC, .52 cal, s/n 14296, carbine, brl length 21.75", very good condition, percussion action, Just shy of 6,000 Model 1...more852 Slant Breech SRC's were manufactured and most were used by the South in the War of Northern Aggression i.e. The Civil War. This example has all the standard features including the 9" saddle ring bar and ring along with the brass barrel band which it is secured to at the front portion. The rear sight is folding and graduated and the front is a brass blade. The carbine has a brass butt plate and patch box with a bore that has nice rifling and minor light scattered surface pitting in some areas. The overall metal finish has a dark brown/grey mottled appearance with some flash pitting present on hammer side, breech block top and receiver is some areas. The walnut stock has no outward visible repairs with normal military style handling wear present. Nice example of a Slant Breech.

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*Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Co., New Model 1863 SRC, .50-70 cf, s/n C22907,

Lot # 39 (Sale Order: 39 of 82)      

*Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Co., New Model 1863 SRC, .50-70 cf, s/n C22907, carbine, brl length 22", good plus condition, percussion action, In 1867 the United States Ord...morenance Dept. contracted Sharps for the conversion of approx. 31,000 carbines to breech loading this is one of the examples. The blued barrel has a faint three line address forward of the rear sight and an also faint single line model designation rearward of sight. The blued finish barrel shows blue/dark brown mottling with a few tool marks left side just in front of forend and some scattered light surface scratches. The bore shines very bright having 6 lands and 6 grooves. Traces of case coloring present on the right side of receiver with remaining case hardened surfaces show a light and dark grey mottled patina. Standard Lawrence & Sharps patents both in two line present right side of receiver with the serial number marking on the top tang. The walnut butt stock and forend have moderate indentation and scratches as expected with SRC of this period.

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*Tipping & Lawden, Sharps Patent single shot, 9mm rf, s/n 1?, rifle, brl le

Lot # 40 (Sale Order: 40 of 82)      

*Tipping & Lawden, Sharps Patent single shot, 9mm rf, s/n 1?, rifle, brl length 20.25", very good condition, single shot sliding barrel, This example is marked left side ...moreof frame in a circle "TIPPING & LAWDEN SHARPS' PATENT" and on the top barrel flat "B.S.GARDEN. 29 PICCADILLY. LONDON" in a single line. There are three stacked proof marks underside of barrel as well as one right side of frame. Engraved flower motif screw heads located at rear of tang as well as both butt plate retaining screws. The barrel slides forward to load a round and to extract with an addition left side frame mounted extractor lever. Number 1 is located on the underside of the barrel flat along with being marked underside of stock just rear of grip tang. Frame is silver nickel over brass having a mostly rainbow patina with some thinning and a few losses at the back of to tang. Bore shines bright with nice rifling and a few areas of very light pitting. Barrel shows traces of bluing with a mottled patina. Ejector bar, lever and folding rear leaf sight all show traces of Niter bluing. There are a few light tool marks on the edges near the rear sight with minor light handling in some places throughout. Hammer spur is checkered and hammer is slightly loose. Finish on frame shows light surface scratches with very few penetrating finish. Walnut checkered pistol grip stock has steel butt plate and grip cap. Original finish has mostly thinned off cap with a lot of original finish present on plate showing some areas of pitting. Wood shows light scratches and indentations with a small area of heavy indentations just behind the number one marking. Two rear sights with notch rear and notch and peep just in front of that also folds. Front sight is fixed and dovetailed set.

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*Extremely Rare Remington Arms, Split Breech Vest Pocket pistol

Lot # 41 (Sale Order: 41 of 82)      

*Extremely Rare Remington Arms, Split Breech Vest Pocket pistol, .30rf, s/n 74, pistol, brl length 3.5", very good condtion, derringer single shot, This is an example of ...morea very scarce "Saw Handle Derringer" a.k.a. "No. 2" size having the early brass frame in the rare .30 rim fire caliber. The bore measures .300 using a Mitutoyo dial caliper. The brass frame shows traces of a nickel finish showing assorted surface scratches and light tool marks with a half round half octagonal barrel having a two line barrel address that is faint but present. The grip panels are walnut and show assorted light handling marks and the bore has visible rifling with very light surface pitting scattered. Brass post front sight and notch rear, with metal surfaces having a dark grey mottled patina.

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*Remington Arms, Vest Pocket pistol,

Lot # 42 (Sale Order: 42 of 82)      

*Remington Arms, Vest Pocket pistol, .22rf, s/n 4111, pistol, brl length 3.25", very good condition, derringer single shot, This "Saw Handle Derringer" a.k.a. "No. 1" siz...moree uses the hammer as a breech block with a half round barrel. The serial number is located on the bottom of barrel as well as under the left grip panel on the frame. Traces of Niter bluing present on either side of the hammer having a checkered spur with a majority of the blued metal finish present on the sides of the frame showing scattered light surface scratches and a few tool marks. Bore shines bright with walnut grip panels showing an indentation on the right panel. Brass post front sight with rear notch with top flat having a faint two line address.

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*E. Remington & Sons, Elliot Pepperbox derringer,

Lot # 43 (Sale Order: 43 of 82)      

*E. Remington & Sons, Elliot Pepperbox derringer, .32 rf, s/n 16187, derringer, brl length 3.25", excellent condition, rotating firing pin, Excellent example of a late pr...moreoduction Elliot having a nicely toned Nickel finish throughout with a Niter blued connecting bar and Ivory grip panels. There is a "B" inspector mark on the left side just above the grip panel with the Nickel finish showing only some light handling most notable underside of grip frame. Ivory grip panels show a few small hairlines with a blade front and notch rear sights.

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*Remington Arms, Rider Pocket revolver,

Lot # 44 (Sale Order: 44 of 82)      

*Remington Arms, Rider Pocket revolver, .31 cal, s/n 1600, black powder revolver, brl length 2 7/8", very good condition, double action percussion, Designed by Joseph Rid...moreer and being one of the first double action revolvers manufactured in the United States. Manufactured from 1860-1873. Frame and barrel have matching serial numbers. Barrel top flat has two line address and revolver is fitted with checkered hard rubber grip panels showing almost no handling wear. The bore has shine with visible rifling and some very light scattered surface pitting. The trigger guard is Nickel plated brass showing minor thinning on edges with the steel frame and octagonal barrel having a Nickel finish showing scattered losses and thinning with very little handling marks.

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*Excellent U.S. Inspected Remington Arms

Lot # 45 (Sale Order: 45 of 82)      

*Excellent U.S. Inspected Remington Arms , New Model Army, .44 cal, s/n 46432, black powder revolver, brl length 8", excellent condition, percussion action, High Conditio...moren Civil War Era New Model Arm with faint "BH" Cartouche on the left walnut grip panel. There are sub inspection markings throughout with an "M" on the left side of the frame in two locations as well as on the cylinder. The cylinder also bears and "L" and the letter "C" can be found on either side of the barrel flat, triggerguard and right side of frame. The serial number is located on the underside of barrel flat and the top barrel flat is marked in three lines "PATENTED SEPT 14,1858/E. REMINGTON & SONS. ILION NEW YORK. U.S.A./NEW-MODEL". Most of the original bluing is present on the metal surfaces with some thinning and those areas show a light brown patina. The trigger retains most of its blued metal finish as well. The hammer retains alot of the case coloring with a checkered spur. The brass triggerguard has a nice toned patina throughout and the walnut grip panels show only minor losses at base edges with little overall wear. The bore shine like new and the entire revolver shows only the slightest handling marks. Fine example of a U.S. inspected New Army Revolver.

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*U.S. Springfield, Model of 1888, .45-70 gov't,

Lot # 46 (Sale Order: 46 of 82)      

*U.S. Springfield, Model of 1888, .45-70 gov't, s/n 505372, rifle, brl length 32.5", excellent condition, trap door action, High Condition ramrod bayonet trap door showin...moreg only the slightest of handling wear throughout. Walnut stock with left side Cartouche in borderline "SWP/1890" having circle "P" underside of wrist and "79" inline at top by heel with the butt plate marked US having a synthetic polymer 73 applied label. Left side of the barrel is marked in a single line VP Eagleshead P with a Buffington rear sight, fixed blade front sight with tube shield. Trap door retains almost all of the case coloring. Fine example of a ramrod bayonet trap door rifle.

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*U.S. Springfield, Model of 1884, .45-70 gov't,

Lot # 47 (Sale Order: 47 of 82)      

*U.S. Springfield, Model of 1884, .45-70 gov't, s/n 456270, rifle, brl length 32.5", excellent condition, trap door action, High Condition trap door appearing to have jus...moret left the factory with only minor thinning to the blued finish at muzzle. The left side of the walnut stock has a Cartouche in a borderline "SWP/1889" with the underside of wrist bearing the circle "P" with inspectors marking just in front and a 37 at the toe. Top of the butt plate marked US with left side of barrel having the VP Eagleshead P in a single line. the trap door retains almost all of the vibrant case coloring with a Buffington rear sight. Walnut stock shows some very minor light indentation handling marks. Very nice example of a high condition trap door.

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*U.S. Springfield, Model 1892 Conversion, .30-40 Krag

Lot # 48 (Sale Order: 48 of 82)      

*U.S. Springfield, Model 1892 Conversion, .30-40 Krag, s/n 4084, rifle, brl length 30", very good plus condition, bolt action, Cleaning rod conversion dated 1894 receiver...more having round trapdoor in steel butt plate containing cleaning kit. Vibrant Niter blued extractor shows almost no visible loss with just a few very faint hairline rubs almost unnoticeable. Rear sight is graduated to 18 with circle "P" underside of wrist with very faint Cartouche. Walnut stock shows small loss left side at butt plate with some scattered light indentations. Blued metal surfaces show only some minor thinning in a few areas with some very light handling marks in a few areas. Bore has shine and butt plate shows brown/grey mottled patina.

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Norwegian Krag Jorgensen, Model 1912,

Lot # 49 (Sale Order: 49 of 82)      

Norwegian Krag Jorgensen, Model 1912, 6.5x55mm, s/n 3852, carbine, brl length 24", excellent condition, bolt action, High Condition 1914 dated receiver with crown proofin...moregs along with serial number. V front fixed sight with tangent rear graduated to 2200 meters. Factory original condition with matching serial numbers located on bolt, handle, underside, left side of trigger guard, underside rear sight, left side of barrel band and on steel butt plate. Two standard location sling attachment points also having a nose cap mounted ring as well as a ring on front of the triggerguard. Smooth walnut stock and hand guard with finger groove forend. Bore shines bright. Stock shows only the slightest handling wear with the blued metal surfaces showing very little handling wear and a brown/blue mottled patina in some areas with minor light thinning on some edges. 14-3-8

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Bayonet - Model 1898 U.S. Krag Jorgensen bayonet, dated "1898" with "US" mark on opposite side.

Lot # 50 (Sale Order: 50 of 82)      

Model 1898 U.S. Krag Jorgensen bayonet, dated "1898" with "US" mark on opposite side. Included is a steel scabbard with hanger. 11.75" blade length....more

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