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Firearms, Militaria, & Sporting - Day 1

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Firearms, Militaria, & Sporting - Day 1

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Tue, Oct  30, 2018  9:00 AM   Eastern
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(N) Fine German WWII MP40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Fine German WWII MP40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Fine German WWII MP40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 399)

Very fine original Steyr manufactured MP40. Visible external numbers appear matching including hood, barrel, barrel nut, receiver tube, lower assembly, swing-out shoulder loop. Bolt is non-matching. Barrel resting bar is aluminum and in the white. Typical Nazi proof marks throughout "WaA623" denoting Steyr. Accessories include original leather sling, six original Nazi marked magazines, one magazine loader, and two reproduction magazine pouches. Lower assembly marked "bnz.43" indicating Steyr manufactured 1943. This gun has the pressed indentation at top of receiver which is typical of 1943 method of holding trunnion in place. The MP40 is among the most popular of the machine guns due to its simplicity, comfortable slow rate of fire, and iconic attractiveness to the World War II collecting enthusiast. Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine. Original finish with some loss of finish to grey patina at the high edges, thinning on the shoulder loop. Barrel has more of patina as does charging handle lock. Attractive brown Bakelite has a few handling marks. Black grips are extremely fine. Bolt face clean and extremely fine. Bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright. Magazines are fine with the occasional dings and spots of light corrosion. Sling and pouches very fine and serviceable. The MP40 is one of the best entry level machine guns, comfortable for a beginner as well as a fine historical investment. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Accessories: Two magazine pouches, five extra magazines, speedloader Barrel Length: 9.9" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Steyr Model: MP40 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 3965F

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(N) Matching Original German WWII MP-40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (DEACTIVATED STATUS). (N) Matching Original German WWII MP-40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (DEACTIVATED STATUS).

(N) Matching Original German WWII MP-40 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (DEACTIVATED STATUS).

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 399)

German WW2 MP-40 manufactured by “bnz” (Steyr) in 1943. Machined steel parts such as barrel and barrel nut are proof marked by “fxo” (C.G. Haenel), yet are matching in serial number to the receiver number of the gun. Later manufacturing technique of having trunnion retained by indentation on top and bottom of receiver tube. Visible numbers appear matching including barrel, barrel nut, receiver, lower assembly, trigger guard, rear sight, and bolt. Arms of swing out shoulder loop do not match rest of gun. Three post-war magazines are included. Front sight hood and muzzle nut are not present. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very good, original finish with a soft brown patina on exposed sheet metal parts with more of a gray patina on the grip frame. Upon disassembly and also examining the inside of the receiver tube one finds far nicer finish remaining. Just as one would expect a combat field-used machine gun to be. Bakelite barrel resting bar has some chips and gouges, but very solid and serviceable. Rh grip panel has 2-1/2” long x 3/8” wide chip missing from back which does not affect serviceability. Bore rifling is strong, dark in the grooves. Bolt face is very fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-auto only machine gun. Please take note that although in a deactivated legal status there does not appear to be any damage to the chamber whatsoever. The MP-40 needs no introduction to the World War II collector or recreational machine gun enthusiast. Considered by many to be one of the best entry level historical machine guns, it is slow firing, from an open bolt, with parts available and readily available ammunition and magazines. A gun you will take to the range over and over for the sheer fun and simplicity of it. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 5 AS A CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE DEACTIVATED MACHINE GUN. THIS GUN MAY BE REACTIVATED UPON APPLICATION AND APPROVAL BY THE BATF, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-39 Accessories: 3 magazines Barrel Length: 9 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Germany Model: MP-40 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 1146f

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(N) Absolutely Fabulous Incredibly Sought After German FG-42 2nd Model Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB (N) Absolutely Fabulous Incredibly Sought After German FG-42 2nd Model Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB

(N) Absolutely Fabulous Incredibly Sought After German FG-42 2nd Model Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 399)

Absolutely fabulous German FG 42 machine gun Type G (2nd Model with 90 degree hand grip). This shoulder fired select-fire machine gun utilizes the full power 8mm Mauser cartridge and includes one original 20 round magazine marked only with a “4” below the front attachment tab. Also included is an original Nazi ZF4 scope marked “ddx” (Voigtlander & Sohn) with unmarked reproduction mount and rings. In addition to the original spike type bayonet, a second spike bayonet is also included, as well as a sling hook and a Val Forgett 1973 published technical manual for the FG42. Production of the earliest FG-42’s occurred in 1942 with the final prototype, the early Type C Model being presented to Hitler by Hermann Goring as a Christmas present. Subsequently, Hitler decreed that the Fallschirmjagergewehr 42 should be issued to the paratroopers. Specifications demanded a light, but robust automatic weapon, capable of reliable, accurate, long-range fire. There was an evolution of models culminating in this G Model offered here. These guns are exceedingly comfortable to shoot, with the muzzle break doing its job well. Heinrich Krieghoff of Suhl with code (fzs) made most of the FG-42 type weapons which totaled, including all models, fewer than 7,500 units. Few were brought back to the U.S. during and after WW2, and even fewer made it into the National Firearms Act registry as transferable to individuals. This particular specimen was at one time deactivated by cutting the rear end of the receiver in two at a spot which is underneath the wooden buttstock. The two pieces were subsequently very professionally welded back together and re-manufactured as a full transferable machine gun. The welding work is superior and one can only discern some slight discoloration to the metal where it occurred. Even this slight blemish is totally concealed when the buttstock is in place and does not affect the serviceability in any way. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent with well over 95% original finish with some loss of finish to at the high edges. Lightweight receiver exhibits its original gray anodized factory finish with this same finish on the metal of the hand grip assembly where the black enamel finish has been lost. Trigger is a pleasing brown with some thinning of finish due to use. Bakelight hand grip is exceptionally fine and of the most attractive rich brown color. Bipod retains about 98% of its original black enamel finish. Barrel, rear sight post, and muzzle break retention latch retain nearly all of their lustrous deep blue finish. Spike bayonet extremely fine. Underneath buttstock assembly, between 5” – 6” forward of buffer there is a darker area of finish where this gun was expertly reconstituted as noted above. It is discernible that this is where the work was done due to the difference in the color of the finish but otherwise the workmanship is of the highest order. Laminated wood buttstock is extremely fine and has some small dings and handling marks with a 1” long gouge on right side and a small chip out of the toe. Not really noticeable at first look. Wood hand guard is near excellent with only the slightest handling marks and a tiny ding on the left side. Magazine is extremely fine. Scope also extremely fine with clear optics. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS FULLY TRANSFERABLE. Est $150,000 to $200,000 – JWK 18-48 Accessories: Detachable scope and magazine Barrel Length: 20" Caliber/Bore: 7.92×57mm Mauser FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Germany Model: FG42 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 03930-SS

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(N) Superb and Iconic German WW2 Mauser Manufactured MG 42 Machine Gun on Lafette Mount (CURIO & REL (N) Superb and Iconic German WW2 Mauser Manufactured MG 42 Machine Gun on Lafette Mount (CURIO & REL

(N) Superb and Iconic German WW2 Mauser Manufactured MG 42 Machine Gun on Lafette Mount (CURIO & REL

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 399)

Absolutely stunning condition Mauser manufactured MG42 machine gun marked “D.F.” and “ar” which indicates 1944 manufacture by Mauser. Other Nazi proof marks in evidence are “bpr” (Grossfuss) on shroud, “cos” (Eickhorn) on top cover, and “ar” on roller lock frame, “dfb” (Maget) on un-numbered barrel, with Nazi proofs on other many other parts including, but not limited to bipod, feed tray, handgrip, buffer, and rear sight. Bolt has had the number scrubbed from the head and body with “ghj” prrof and is likely post-war with anti-bolt bounce assembly within. Feed tray is numbered “8909j”. Butt is a mint condition rich brown postwar replacement with added proofmarks. Anti-aircraft flip-up post not fitted to rear sight. Original WW2 vintage leather sling included, as well as highly desirable and early (1942) original Nazi manufactured “fsu” marked WW2 tripod. Also included is redacted copy of amnesty registration form. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent as refinished in true to original lustrous deep blue with some light scratches visible under the blue. Muzzle, bipod, feed tray, handgrip, buffer, and buffer cup do not appear to be refinished. Top cover and buffer cup exhibit more of a dull blue finish. Buttstock is superbly attractive. Dark brown/black grips near excellent with some light handling marks. Sling very strong, supple and serviceable. Tripod retains about 50% of its original panzer Gray paint with scattered light corrosion at exposed areas. Bore of gun is near excellent. Bolt is also near excellent with minty bolt face and extractor. Mechanics are crisp. This is a fully-automatic only machine gun. Absolutely stunning specimen in fantastic condition. Refinish work may well be vintage from the period as it is that faithful to the original. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-61 Accessories: Lafette Tripod Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: 8x57mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Mauser-Werke Berlin-Borsigwalde Model: MG-42 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 1599d

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(N) Extremely Attractive and Near Matching German WW2 MG-34 Machine Gun With Rare Early Butt Assembl (N) Extremely Attractive and Near Matching German WW2 MG-34 Machine Gun With Rare Early Butt Assembl

(N) Extremely Attractive and Near Matching German WW2 MG-34 Machine Gun With Rare Early Butt Assembl

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 399)

Extremely attractive and eye-catching German WW2 MG34 manufactured in 1941 by “dfb” (Gustloff) with eagle over “4” proofs on various locations including top and sides of receiver. Visible numbers appear matching on shroud, top cover “bpr” (Grossfuss), receiver, and buffer. Feed tray exhibits both original “4228” and renumber “1379” on left side. Handgrip is numbered “21”. Extremely rare and desirable steel-capped toe and heel buttstock and buffer cup are number 2938 with exquisite eagle over “63” on left side indicating Waffenwerke Brunn manufacture. Three original Nazi marked barrels are included, none of which match gun’s SN. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near extremely fine refinish over very light pitting. Buffer also refinished but not buttstock hardware. Bakelite butt has some small dings and handling marks but is one of the best ever encountered. Bores of all three barrels are near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt appears to be an un-numbered armorers replacement and is extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. An incredibly attractive MG-34 that, with the exception of the butt, appears matching unless one gets right in close and personal. A great gun for the WW2 German military collector, and a gun that is great fun to shoot at the range as well. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-107 Accessories: Sling, Barrels Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: 7.92x57mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: German Model: MG-34 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 2215i

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(N) Fantastic and Extraordinarily Rare German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun Retrofitted During Weim (N) Fantastic and Extraordinarily Rare German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun Retrofitted During Weim

(N) Fantastic and Extraordinarily Rare German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun Retrofitted During Weim

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 399)

Maschinen Fabrik Augsburg – Nurnberg “MAN” manufactured 1917 dated Maxim 08/15 machine gun with matching parts throughout, including but not limited to the feed block, bolt, barrel, drum hanger stock . Visible numbers match everywhere. “EWD” marking on right side of buttstock indicates "Ein Wohner Wehr Bayern" which was an armed residents unit based in Munich in the Pre-Nazi days. A number of original WW1 Maxim 08/15's were retained in Germany under the terms of the treaty of Versailles, and some, like this one were in the hands of a quasi-official armed civilian organizations. Later, when the Nazi's came to power, this gun was collected up and "updated" as you see here. Special Weimer retrofit drain spout cover which is a simple plug which locks into place. The water fill cap retains its original wood thumb pieces. Gun comes with numerous accessories including “The Devil’s Paintbrush” book signed by Dolf Goldsmith, Original Nazi “battle-pack” of 300 rounds of steel cased 8mm ammunition, original belt drum hanger, reproduction leather and cloth sling, camouflaged painted bipod, one metal ammo can with Turkish maxim brass-tabbed cloth belt with 8mm Portugese, Berdan primed non-corrosive ammunition. Also included is a rare late war style drum box with two original WW1 German 08/15 Maxim assault drums. Also included is an original German WW1 water can with “swing-out” spout, and what is almost certainly the condensing hose tip captured with this gun as it has the special fitting at the end for this Weimar era retrofit drain plug. Original anti-aircraft rear sight is included attached to the right side of the receiver. Exceptionally rare parts on this gun include the feed block with a switch which allows the firer to utilize either cloth belts or MG34 belts, and the even rarer forward bipod attachment ring which fits between the muzzle booster and nose of water jacket. One also immediately notices drain valve positioned at the bottom of the water 17” forward on the trunnion. Also included is an extremely rare original leather cover for the pistol grip. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original Weimar era deep blue refinish on all metal parts except for the bipod, which although almost certainly was not captured with this gun, it was what the consignor had, and does exhibit an interesting camouflage paint with scattered corrosion at the exposed points. Walnut stock and pistol-grip handle show light handling marks, bruises and scratches, but remain string and serviceable. Buttstock has a 4” long crack on right side running parallel to the bore line. Drum box is extremely fine, as are drums within, both of which retain their original paint. Steam condensing hose is black rubber, still soft and pliable which indicates it is a replacement, but from long ago undoubtedly. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is an exceptional gun and an example of an exceedingly rare model, which was only fielded for a very short time before the MG-34 replaced it as soon as this newer model machine gun became available. Returning G.I.’s were obviously more attracted to the more modern machine gun designs they encountered. As to how many of this specimens particular configuration survived the war, in a completely matching numbers state, were brought back to the United States, and subsequently registered for private ownership, this cataloger would like hear some input, but probably fewer than can be counted on the fingers of one hand if even that many. Offered for the most discerning and advanced Maxim and WW1 collector, and/or shrewd investor, a chance not likely to be repeated to own what is likely the very best specimen of its kind. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-74 Accessories: Ammo, drums, water can, bipod Barrel Length: 29" Caliber/Bore: 7.92x57mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Nurnberg Model: Maxim 08/15 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 7650

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(N) Superb and Very Rare German WW2 MP 43/1 Machine Gun With Original Scope (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Superb and Very Rare German WW2 MP 43/1 Machine Gun With Original Scope (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Superb and Very Rare German WW2 MP 43/1 Machine Gun With Original Scope (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 399)

Extremely attractive and eye-catching early German WW2 MP43/1 manufactured by C.G. Haenel in 1943, with eagle over “37” proofs on underside of receiver as well as on left side of barrel. Other proof marks in evidence are “cos” (Merz werk), and “awt” (Wurttemburgische Matallwarefabrik), who were both well-known German WW2 sheet metal sub-contractors who provided a great deal of equipment to the German military. Close examination reveals that the bolt and operating rod were provided by Mauser (eagle over “26”) with an “M” on the underside of the bolt. The bolt is of the early “1st” type without a factory cut-out near the extractor. Visible parts appear all matching SN throughout, to include hand inscribed SN on bolt. Scope mount exhibits matching SN with eagle over “214” proof, with tiny eagle over swastika final proof visible through release lever channel. Accessories include German WW2 vintage ZF4 scope manufactured by “ddx” (Voigtlander & Sohn), original leather sling, and one rare original “MKb42” over “MP43” marked magazine also with C.G. Haenel proofs. This gun incorporates an original factory-fitted MKb-42 “Heavy” un-stepped barrel with long muzzle nut. This is completely consistent with the vintage of this gun as part of the transition from the manufacture of the Mkb-42 the factory was utilizing the barrels and other parts still on hand. This model was the Grand-daddy of all modern assault rifles incorporating desirable features such as being select-fire, firing from a closed bolt, taking an intermediate cartridge (shorter than the standard 8mm) which could range out further and with greater effect than a pistol cartridge, and yet have a high magazine capacity. This specimen exhibits and important step what the German military was trying to develop. A rifle which would serve in multiple roles and situations according to need, include having a scope for longer range and low-light conditions. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent mixture of original and nearly indiscernible original factory refinish at time of assembly of sub-contracted parts. Stock has some very light handling marks. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. A fantastic find for the advanced WW2 German military collector, and gun that is great fun to shoot at the range as well. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-37 Accessories: Scope, sling, mag Barrel Length: 16" Caliber/Bore: 7.92x33mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Wuerttemergische Metallwarenfabrik Model: MP-43/1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 4642

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(N) Absolutely Fantastic German WW2 ZB-26 Machine Gun With SS Death's Head Marking (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Absolutely Fantastic German WW2 ZB-26 Machine Gun With SS Death's Head Marking (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Absolutely Fantastic German WW2 ZB-26 Machine Gun With SS Death's Head Marking (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 399)

Absolutely fantastic ZB-26 machine gun as manufactured by Czechoslovakia as VZ-26 with Spanish crest and taken into German service. Top of receiver bears SS depot death's head logo. Many of this model were captured when the Czechoslovakia became part of the German Reich. Whether they were already in Czech military service, produced but not yet delivered as foreign contract, or unfinished at the factory, all were taken into German service. The SS in particular acquired these in the years prior to their being allowed to procure weapons through normal military channels. Thus one will see “SS” markings on a variety of guns with otherwise different manufacturer’s markings. Germany took over the Czech BRNO plant and it became “Waffenwerke Brunn” and assigned the WaA 63 acceptance code. Completed, or near complete guns were inspected, accepted and sent along to be issued as needed. This specimen exhibits both the eagle over “63” proofs and a “death’s head” under what appears to be “SS 2” depot mark, above the original, partially obliterated original Czech proofmark at the top of the receiver. The original Czech applied manufacturers markings on the sides of the receiver remain, of course. Barrel serial number of “P3541” does not match receiver SN, but it is a vintage correct barrel with eagle over “63” proof and eagle over Swaztika firing proof. Left side of stock sling hardware boss is marked “30P 190” This is the unit designation to which it was issued. One original 20 round Czech magazine is included with this gun. Also included is redacted copy of original 1945 dated registration form. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original finish on barrel, and receiver, with the metal of the lower assembly metal finish thinning to more a gray patina, with a peppering of gray pitting corrosion at rear of stock hardware. There are weld marks underneath and to either side of the barrel release latch on the left of the receiver, and cleaned up weld marks 1” to the rear of the latch on the underside of receiver which indicates this gun was a DEWAT at one time. Barrel release latch a plum color. Gas cylinder tube extremely clean. Buttstock and handgrip wood are extremely fine Bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright with some darkness in the grooves. Bolt is near excellent with Czech marking visible at top. Magazine also exhibits Czech proof with extremely fine finish. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun with “20” “0” “1” selector. Absolutely stunningly attractive specimen with desirable markings. A great specimen of one of the best box magazine fed machine guns of the WW2 conflict. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-62 Barrel Length: 25" Caliber/Bore: 8x57mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Czech Model: ZB-26 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 7610M

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(N) Utterly Fantastic Original Condition Rare Mauser Broomhandle Model 712 Schnellfeuer Machine Gun (N) Utterly Fantastic Original Condition Rare Mauser Broomhandle Model 712 Schnellfeuer Machine Gun

(N) Utterly Fantastic Original Condition Rare Mauser Broomhandle Model 712 Schnellfeuer Machine Gun

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 399)

Scarce, highly charismatic, mid-production Mauser 712 with third variation Westinger switch, ten and twenty shot magazines, original stock, cleaning rod, in a presentation case. Mauser made approximately 100,000 Schnellfeuers in several slightly different configurations. This mid production gun has a 5-1/2" barrel, fixed front sight, and 50-1000 slip-in rear sight. Standard three line chamber marking with Crown/Crown/U on left chamber flat. Full serial number on left side of barrel extension that has solid rails. Third variation, thick base, Westinger switch mounted on left side of frame with N(Semi-Auto) and R (Full Auto) detents adjacent to small Mauser banner. Universal safety. Late three line address on right frame as found on the more commonly encounter M1930 Commercial pistols. Late grooved panels. Original lanyard ring. All major and minor components salt blued, with fire blued grip screw. Disassembly confirms all matching components with frame numbered 5479 on forward lip, locking block numbered 5479 on upper surface, and unnumbered "R" marked locking block, all as correct for this variation. Accompanied by two original Schnellfeuer magazines having large Mauser banner on detachable base. Correct Schnellfeuer shoulder stock, with Mauser banner, unnumbered lug with square shoulder, internally grooved for magazine lips and selector. Reproduction cleaning rod. Recently made canvas covered attache/presentation case with leather reinforced corners, gold plated hardware, leather handle, combination locks, lined with purple velour, and compartmentalized for pistol, stock, and smaller accessories. CONDITION: Pistol with 95% or better bright original salt blue finish with usual wear around barrel, mainly right side, and forward rails. Minimal wear on extractor, sight cursor, bolt stop, and trigger and front strap; back strap thinned where attached to stock lug. Comparable condition grips showing scattered dings and light staining. Mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Perfect manual mechanics when tested with both ten and twenty shot magazines. Stock body and lid have been extensively refurbished with good-very good original hinge and stock lug. Cleaning rod and attache case near new. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. A wonderful, all original, Schnellfeuer with both lengths of magazine, correct stock, attractively presented with newly made cleaning rod and modern presentation case. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. LA Accessories: Case, stock, cleaning rod and 2 magazines Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.63mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Mauser Model: M712 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 55479 CORRECTION: We have been asked to document all specific areas of wear. It is always subjective when someone give an overall percentage of original finish. Suffice to say, it would be nearly impossibly to find a better example as there are none that survive in 100% condition with no external wear of any kind. That said, on the left side of the barrel there is a brown toned 3/4" line blending with the blue finish with some light age freckling on the right side of the barrel; judging by the toning and the freckling, it has been on there for a long time, most likely from the wooden stock. There is a touch of muzzle wear where it has toned. The rails of the slide, much like the Luger, where the touch points would have interacted with the wooden stock, resulting in light 3/4" finish loss from contact on the forward section of both rails. There is a touch of wear forward of the right bolt stop. Rear of grip strap where stock would slide on and off has some high edge rail wear. There is also wear beneath the selector switch, caused simply by moving from semi-automatic to fully automatic, much like the takedown line on a Colt 1911. There are a couple spots of wear on the bottom of the matte finish magazine. Some light high edge wear at the rear of the frame. One could argue whether this detailed description of finish loss is 5% or 2% of the total blued surface area, technically if all these spots of wear were subtracted from a 100% flat surface, it would probably total less then 2% of total area as the wear is exactly where it should be at contact points. To not have this wear, the gun would have to virtually never been in a holster, never been used, and selector switch remain in one position nearly its entire life. This pistol was examined by noted authority Len Antaris, one of the foremost experts on semi-automatic pistols, and has been deemed 100% original and untouched in any way. It would be nearly impossible to find an example of this rare pistol in better condition, unless you were to find one that had been put away, unfired, where it would have rested for nearly 100 years.

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(N) Rare Highly Sought German WW2 Bergmann MP35/I Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Rare Highly Sought German WW2 Bergmann MP35/I Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Rare Highly Sought German WW2 Bergmann MP35/I Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 399)

The Bergmann MP35/I machine gun was originally designed and marketed for the European police market in the mid 1930’s and was produced in two barrel lengths, 7.75" and 12.60". These were generally issued to German police and SS units during World War 2. This specimen is devoid of makers markings of any kind. Only the serial numbers are in evidence as noted below. This model was one of the last of the high-quality milled steel machine guns before Germany and subsequently other countries went to the practice of using stamped metal parts. This model incorporates some very interesting features for a pistol caliber machine gun. It incorporates a two-trigger select fire system where the firer can squeeze off solitary rounds one after another by squeezing the forward trigger to the rear and then releasing it after each shot. If the firer desires fully automatic fire they need only to squeeze the forward trigger all the way to the rear which actuates a lever (2nd trigger) at the rear of the trigger guard which provides automatic fire. One can understand the advantages to not needing to reposition a finger to push a selector button or flip a selector switch. The firer simply needs a little training and practice. The other highly interesting and convenient feature is this model incorporates a quick release barrel feature. 3 ¼” to the rear of the front edge of the fore-end there is a detent button which when depressed with the tip of a finger or small tool will actuate a lever allowing the muzzle and barrel assembly to rotate 90 degrees and be easily withdrawn from the shroud for cleaning. This is an absolutely wonderful feature for the modern recreational machine gun enthusiast ! Other features include a safety lever at the left side of the receiver below and slightly to the rear of the adjustable rear sight, and a bolt release catch just to rear of it which allows the bolt to fully withdrawn for cleaning. The bolt itself is a relatively heavy piece which cocks the weapon in a way reminiscent of a bolt action rifle for the first shot. This particular specimen has a laminated stock and un-numbered bolt. Receiver serial number and trigger guard number “82a” do not match. Barrel number is barely discernable “488” on bottom of chamber. One 30 round magazine is included. Magazine appears to be professionally adapted from a MP34 magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is fine with over 80% WW2 vintage refinish over some small but noticeable shrapnel marks in the metal on the shroud near the muzzle, and on the magazine well and housing. Explosion would have come from the right side at about the 1 o’clock position somewhat forward of the carrier of this weapon. The magazine housing has been just slightly curved inward at the center forward edge, making the magazine a tight fit. Very interesting, and is almost certainly what must have precipitated the replacement of the barrel and some other restorative work by a Waffenmeister. The rear of the receive and magazine housing has turned to a pleasing smooth brown patina. The forward edge of the stock has undergone an expert repair by matching and gluing a small plug in place, barely noticeable. Otherwise stock has some small dings and handling marks. Bore is shiny and bright but definitely has experienced use. Bolt is extremely fine within the receiver, turning a brown patina where exposed. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. This is a fairly rare model of a WW2 machine gun, and the interesting feature of the quick release barrel has often been overlooked by both the Veterans who bagged the guns, and subsequent collectors. This specimen with its interesting and yet not unattractive battle damage makes for a particularly interesting historical piece. It would almost no effort to straighten the forward edge of the magazine well, but we leave that as a choice for the winning bidder to decide upon. This is a great collector’s piece as it is. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-47 Accessories: 1 magazine Barrel Length: 7 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Bergmann Model: 34/1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 7323

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(N) Registered Deactivated Steyr MP30 (German WW2 MP-34o predecessor) Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)(DE (N) Registered Deactivated Steyr MP30 (German WW2 MP-34o predecessor) Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)(DE

(N) Registered Deactivated Steyr MP30 (German WW2 MP-34o predecessor) Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)(DE

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 399)

The Steyr MP-30 and its close decendent, the MP34o were among the the last of the milled steel receiver machine guns, and also one of the most powerful of the pistol caliber sub-machine guns, the Steyr MP30 was designed and intended to be used as a police arm and also for export. It was produced in several calibers, including .45 acp, 9 mm Mauser, 9 mm Steyr, 9 mm Parabellum, 7.63 Mauser, and 7.65 mm. The 9mm Mauser is a very powerful a pistol cartridge and one friend of this cataloger who has one of these guns states that it "really barks and jumps!" The early models were mostly chambered in 9mm Mauser, and the later ones, after 1938 were chambered mostly in 9 mm parabellum. There was a significant contract in 9mm parabellum produced for Portugal in 1942, but it seems a least a portion of these were redirected into the hands of German security forces as this cataloger has talked to several Veterans, or relatives of Veterans who bagged them from German prison camp guards during or immediately after WW2. All these so captured bore the Portugese creast. This specimen is marked with “W” Austrian Eagle and “34” proof on left side of receiver below hinge of top cover. Visible numbers appear matching including receiver, bolt, cover latch, safety, and stock. Stock has the distinctive sweep and profile particular to the MP-30. Safety forward of the trigger guard also indicative of the MP-30. One original 32 round 9mm Mauser magazine included. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is fine original finish with scattered areas of light corrosion. Top cover release latch, bolt handle, and sling hardware finish handle thinning to a gray brown patina. Light brown corrosion in recessed areas from storage, as well as on forward flat of trigger guard, most of which should clean-up with some effort. Stock exhibits moderate dings and handling marks but still remains very solid and serviceable. Barrel has been welded to receiver at the chamber, with the chamber being plugged with weld. Sufficient heat was used during this process to “crater” the area of the receiver surrounding the mouth of the chamber. Bolt face was ground down sufficiently so it closes all the way forward when released. Bore condition not observed due to chamber being plugged. Bolt is extremely clean and in the white with the face and extractor ground down well behind the extractor claw, with some heat discoloration. Mechanics are otherwise crisp apart from the deactivation steps already noted. This is a select-fire machine gun. Actually, quite a nice example of its kind which with the appropriate amount of expertise, effort and parts could be restored to a firing condition. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 5 AS A CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE DEACTIVATED MACHINE GUN. THIS GUN MAY BE REACTIVATED UPON APPLICATION AND APPROVAL BY THE BATF, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-57 Barrel Length: 8 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm Mauser FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Steyr Model: MP30 Sear Serial Number: 4699 Serial Number: 4699

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(N) Exceptionally Rare German WW2 88 mm Panzerschreck 54 Rocket Launcher (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE) (N) Exceptionally Rare German WW2 88 mm Panzerschreck 54 Rocket Launcher (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

(N) Exceptionally Rare German WW2 88 mm Panzerschreck 54 Rocket Launcher (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 399)

Very desirable German WW2 Raketenpanzerbuchse 54 rocket launcher complete with shield and extremely rare original face protector. Two inert slightly undersized display rounds are also included with this lot. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent as repainted and with “stick-on” letters applied. Glass vision pane in shield extremely fine with some light scratches, with spare present in shield compartments apparently still unopened in paper Bore also painted same green color as outside Mechanics of firing mechanism handle have good tension, and actuator “snaps” when release lever is depressed but otherwise does not actuate the firing mechanism at the rear of the tube. Metal parts seem to be in extremely fine condition under the paint. This was no “rusted post war battlefield pickup” which was painted over. Protective mask is in extremely fine condition and appears serviceable including felt headband and elastic retaining band. Display projectiles have a somewhat darker color green paint, close to the original color they would have had during WW2. A very interesting and attractive historical display piece for the German WW2 collecting enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE”. - JWK 18-86 Accessories: Ordinance, mask Barrel Length: 63" Caliber/Bore: 88mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: German Model: Panzerschrek 54 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: IRS 8494

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Absolutely Fabulous and Rare Original Matching and Complete German WW2 Rheinmettal Manufactured MG34 Absolutely Fabulous and Rare Original Matching and Complete German WW2 Rheinmettal Manufactured MG34

Absolutely Fabulous and Rare Original Matching and Complete German WW2 Rheinmettal Manufactured MG34

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 399)

Very likely the most complete and highest condition MG34 kit remaining, this completely matching and all complete kit less the original receiver was hand-picked from all the ones imported by International Military Antiques years ago from all such kits they had access to. This was the one which was all matching, with all accessories, and in near new original condition. The consignor was forward thinking and got the very best, and added a dummy receiver to the transit chest. It contains: Complete MG-34 set of parts less the receiver, Matching numbered gunner's spare tool kit with spider sight, spare bolt, broken case extractor, and barrel mitt, extra bolt numbered to the gun, 1 dummy receiver assembly, 5 matching barrels total, one in the gun and the others in original matching barrel carriers, original wooden transit chest with Portuguese record manual. Upon close examination barrel number 3 appears to be a re-number. The earliest MG34’s in the contract to Portugal were marked with the “Rheinmetall” firm name. All of the Portuguese contract kits observed were “dot” (Waffenwerke Brunn) manufactured. The Transit chests were specially fitted to hold the disassembled guns, spare barrels, barrel carriers, and gunners kits. The exterior of these transit chests were painted green and stenciled with the Portuguese designation “M/944” for the MG34 machine gun, and this chest matches the SN of the gun inside. 'The guns and parts supplied to Portugal such as this one, bear Nazi proofs and are numbered just as their counterparts being delivered to the German military forces were. CONDITION: Just about mint in original chest, with original Portuguese delivery paperwork and firing record book indicating the gun was occasionally fired 30 rounds on one occasion and 60 rounds on another in the 1950's and 1960's. Needing only a receiver to become about the finest and most complete example of the venerable and historic German MG34 “All Purpose” machine gun of World War 2. This is a fantastic opportunity for the discerning and forward thinking investor collector.

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(N) Very fine and Sought After Italian WW2 Beretta Model 38A Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC) (N) Very fine and Sought After Italian WW2 Beretta Model 38A Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

(N) Very fine and Sought After Italian WW2 Beretta Model 38A Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 399)

This Beretta Model 38A machine gun was manufactured in 1942, and is so dated on the top of the receiver “XX” indicates “1942”. Stock number does not match serial number. This lot includes six original 40 round magazines and, original sling, and bayonet. The Beretta 38 machine gun was one of the best 9 mm chambered machine guns of WW2, and by all accounts was reliable, accurate and controllable. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent as refinished over light scattered pitting. Bayonet blade and charging handle block are a plumb color. Wood is fine with typical dings and handling marks. Leather sling very fine. Magazines also have near excellent refinish with very minimal marks underneath the finish. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-75 Accessories: mags, bayonet Barrel Length: 14 - 1/4 Caliber/Bore: 9mm Luger FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Beretta Model: 38A Paperwork: No Serial Number: PB1892

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(N) Highly Sought Soviet Russian WW2 PpSh-41 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Highly Sought Soviet Russian WW2 PpSh-41 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Highly Sought Soviet Russian WW2 PpSh-41 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 399)

This Soviet Russian PPSh-41 machine was manufactured in 1942 by the Vyatskie Polyany factory as indicated by the star within the shield marking. This is one of the major manufacturers of this machine gun during WW2. The year of manufacture is visible directly below this marking. Visible serial numbers appear matching on upper receiver, lower assembly tang, trigger guard, and stock, and even on the right side of the bolt. One 30 round magazine is included with deeply struck non-matching serial number ending in "4521" on right side near the base. Although over 5 million of these guns were manufactured in Soviet Russia, they are a fairly scarce as a fully transferable machine gun in the National Firearms Act registry. Most probably having come into this country from Veterans who either bagged them in Germany during or after WW2, or subsequently in Korea or Viet Nam. The Germans on their Eastern front liked to use these machine guns when they could capture them for as long as there was ammunition available. They are a dependable machine gun, fire very fast, took a 71 round drum and the sound it made did not "draw" Russian return fire as readily as the German MP-40. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent as refinished. Wood stock has a neatly routed oval on the left side with the gun serial number within. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent and in the white. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. From an American collector's perspective this gun is a welcome and somewhat difficult specimen to acquire as a Curio and Relic transferable machine gun, and every bit as iconic as any of the German machine guns out there. It was used by enemy forces across several major conflicts, and ammunition remains plentiful and available in this country. A great find ! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-31. Accessories: 1 Mag Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x25mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Russian Model: PpSh-41 Paperwork: No Serial Number: A5645

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(N) Near Mint Cased Barrett M107 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With AWC Turbodyne Suppressor (SUPPRES (N) Near Mint Cased Barrett M107 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With AWC Turbodyne Suppressor (SUPPRES

(N) Near Mint Cased Barrett M107 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With AWC Turbodyne Suppressor (SUPPRES

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 399)

No longer manufactured Barrett M107 Semi-auto rifle, including bipod, two original 5 round magazines, all in original factory foam fitted pelican case. Also included is New in box AWC Systems Turbodyne suppressor. Also included is original TM 9-1005-239-10 HQ’s DA Operator’s manual for the Long Range Sniper Model. (LRSR) M107. CONDITION: Overall appearance near mint in original Pelican 1750 case. Bore and bolt are both mint. An investment grade level gun which will transfer just as any modern rifle. THE SUPPRESSOR IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-10-96 Accessories: Case, accessories, box Barrel Length: 33 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: (A) Barrett, (B) AWC Model: (A) M107, (B) Turbodyne Paperwork: No Serial Number: (A) 13746, (B) 110567

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(N) Extremely Rare and Sought After Colt Model 639 Carbine Variant of the M16 Machine Gun With Moder (N) Extremely Rare and Sought After Colt Model 639 Carbine Variant of the M16 Machine Gun With Moder

(N) Extremely Rare and Sought After Colt Model 639 Carbine Variant of the M16 Machine Gun With Moder

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 399)

Near mint unfired and extremely hard to find Colt Model 639 variant of the M16 machine gun with original Colt manufactured moderator as made for the civilian market and for export. Only 100 of these were made by Colt, making it extremely rare indeed. The moderator was designed to change the sound of the report so that this gun sounds like a rifle other than an M-16/AR-15 machine gun. The BATF considers the moderator a suppressor, and as such, this gun will require two NFA transfer tax stamps if transferred on an ATF Form 4. Moderator with “SU” prefix (for suppressor) followed by serial number 4790056. This carbine includes an original 20 round Colt magazine, and features an original collapsible telescoping buttstock and forward assist. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish new unfired other than normal factory test firing. Magazine has lost much of its gray finish revealing a soft mustard color so familiar to M16 enthusiasts. Moderator near excellent and clean. Composite parts finish near excellent. Bore and bolt are both just about mint. Investment level firearm of the very highest order. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-101 Accessories: Upper Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: 5.56x45mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: (A) Colt, (A) Colt Model: (A) 639 AR-15, (B) 639 Moderator Paperwork: No Serial Number: (A) 4790056, (B) SU4790056

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(N) Group Industries HR 4332 Uzi Machine Gun with CSS Model 200 Suppressor (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) Group Industries HR 4332 Uzi Machine Gun with CSS Model 200 Suppressor (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) Group Industries HR 4332 Uzi Machine Gun with CSS Model 200 Suppressor (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 399)

The Group Industries HR 4332 UZI is about the best of the full-auto UZI guns registered in America. It was purposely built with heat treating for use as a machine gun as opposed to being a registered sear, or registered bolt in an otherwise semi-auto gun. This specimen includes four 32 round magazines and three 25 round magazines. Also included is a green leather sling. As part of this lot is a CCS Model 200 suppressor. This lot will require two separate $200.00 BATF transfer fees (one for gun, and one for suppressor if this lot is transferred on ATF Form 4s. Currently on Form 3’s with Morphy auctions. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original finish on both metal and composite parts. Slings and magazines also near excellent. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Mechanics are crisp. THESE ARE NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEMS AND REQUIRE BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THESE ITEMS ARE FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORMS 3 OR 4. Winner of this lot will be required to acquire two $200 transfer tax stamps if transferred on an ATF form 4. JWK 18-72 Accessories: mags Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) 9mm Luger, (B) 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: (A) Group IND, (B) Companion Model: (A) HR 4332, (B) 2000 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: (A) 101462, (B) SP1108

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(N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun (N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun

(N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 399)

Incredible and magnificent mint unfired gold M-2 limited edition American 180 Machine Gun Ensemble, as originally special ordered by the consignor from the factory and delivered over 35 years ago. This gold limited edition exhibits the very highest level of craftmanship, fit, and finish which could be achieved and was intended for only most discerning and well-heeled collectors. These guns, with their silencers had the lowest factory serial numbers, and no effort nor expense was spared to use the finest wood and finishing techniques. Included in its own original factory display case this highly polished gold plated M-2 American 180 with horizontal fore-end 17” barrel includes an additional vertical foregrip 10” barrel, and special 17 ¾” long barrel fitted with a Laser-Lok sight. The flash hiders of both the spare barrels unscrew to allow the one silencer included to be screwed on. One 177 round magazine is also included, as is one detachable buttstock. All visible metal parts are gold plated and catch the light with magnificent brilliance. The case is no less a thing of beauty and exhibits an image of a large flying eagle on the cover above the words, “AMERICAN 180 / LIMITED EDITION” (Followed by gun serial number “#0”. Copies of original instruction manual, and promotional brochure are also included with this lot. Both wall and “lighter” plug-in chargers for the Laser-Lok sight are included in this lot. E & L loading tray and loading instructions also included with this lot. Note that the silencer is a second NFA item (SN S0) included in this lot and there will be two $200.00 NFA transfer fees if this gun and silencer are transferred on an ATF form 4’s. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is absolutely mint, unfired, with high lusterous original finish throughout. Wooden case near mint with just the slightest errant handling mark. Gun is unfired; bolt not withdrawn to inspect condition of bore. This is a select-fire machine gun. One of the most magnificent American 180 machine guns ever produced. Impossible to upgrade the condition or attractiveness of this fantastic piece. An item of beauty and a significant piece of American machine gun production history. This is one of two consecutively numbered specimens being offered in this auction. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS FULLY TRANSFERABLE. JWK 18-43 Accessories: Wooden display case, suppressor, laser, rotary magazine Barrel Length: 16 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .22 LR FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: American Arms Model: American 180 M-2 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: Gun - 0, Suppressor - S0

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(N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun (N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun

(N) Absolutely Magnificent UNFIRED Gold M-2 Limited Edition American Arms – American 180 Machine Gun

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 399)

Incredible and magnificent mint unfired gold M-2 limited edition American 180 Machine Gun Ensemble, as originally special ordered by the consignor from the factory and delivered over 35 years ago. This gold limited edition exhibits the very highest level of craftmanship, fit, and finish which could be achieved and was intended for only most discerning and well-heeled collectors. These guns, with their silencers had the lowest factory serial numbers, and no effort nor expense was spared to use the finest wood and finishing techniques. Included in its own original factory display case this highly polished gold plated M-2 American 180 with horizontal fore-end 17” barrel includes an additional vertical foregrip 10” barrel, and special 17 ¾” long barrel fitted with a Laser-Lok sight. The flash hiders of both the spare barrels unscrew to allow the one silencer included to be screwed on. One 177 round magazine is also included, as is one detachable buttstock. All visible metal parts are gold plated and catch the light with magnificent brilliance. The case is no less a thing of beauty and exhibits an image of a large flying eagle on the cover above the words, “AMERICAN 180 / LIMITED EDITION” (Followed by gun serial number “#00”. Copies of original instruction manual, and promotional brochure are also included with this lot. Both wall and “lighter” plug-in chargers for the Laser-Lok sight are included in this lot. E & L loading tray and loading instructions also included with this lot. Note that the silencer is a second NFA item (SN S00) included in this lot and there will be two $200.00 NFA transfer fees if this gun and silencer are transferred on an ATF form 4’s. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is absolutely mint, unfired, with high lusterous original finish throughout. Wooden case near mint with just the slightest errant handling mark discernable only after over 30 seconds close inspection. Gun is unfired; bolt not withdrawn to inspect condition of bore. This is a select-fire machine gun. One of the most magnificent American 180 machine guns ever produced. Impossible to upgrade the condition or attractiveness of this fantastic piece. An item of beauty and a significant piece of American machine gun production history. This is one of two consecutively numbered specimens being offered in this auction. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS FULLY TRANSFERABLE. JWK 18-10-42 Accessories: Wooden display case, suppressor, laser, rotary magazine Barrel Length: 16 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .22 LR FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: American Arms Model: American 180 M-2 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: Gun - 00, Suppressor - S00

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(N) Extremely Early Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Extremely Early Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Extremely Early Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 399)

Exceedingly low serial number specimen of the Armalite AR-18 machine gun in its pistol configuration. Visible numbers match between upper and lower receivers. Ambidextrous three position selector. Original wooden and composite hand guard and forward vertical hand grip. Original early "ARMALITE" marked AR-18 magazine included. The AR-18 was designed to be a less expensive yet improved alternative to the US M16 rifle. Originally designed in 1963, it incorporates sheet metal construction and an ambidextrous selector, also a folding stock. Examination reveals many familiar parts from the M-16 such as front sight post, which rotates, and adjustable flip peep sight. It takes M16 magazines as welll. Ejection port cover is interesting in that it closes over the charging handle slot with the bolt forward. Both vertical foregrip and pistol grip are marked "AR-18 ARMALITE". Manufacturer and model markings on left side of the receiver. Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent. Original smooth grey finish on metal parts. Some light scratches and handling marks to pistol grip; two small pieces to the left side of the hand guard have broken away and are not present and on the right side there is a repaired crack 4" long which is not immediately noticeable. Aluminum magazine has a black anodized finish wearing to bare metal at the high edges and where the magazine latch touches the side of the magazine. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Mechanics are crisp. The AR-18 is a high quality and very reliable machine gun and enjoys popularity with many shooting enthusiasts. This exceedingly rare, early specimen in a prototype configuration is an important example of the American machine gun developmental history. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 11" Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Armalite Model: AR-18 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 021

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(N) New in Box Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE). (N) New in Box Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

(N) New in Box Armalite AR-18 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 399)

Absolutely mint, new in the box Armalite AR-18 machine gun complete with two original Armalite magazines, Armalite 2.75x27mm scope, web sling and original Armalite operating and maintenance manual. Inner box has gun serial number in black marker on one end. Outer box indicates shipment directly from Armalite to a recipient address in Florida with legible cancelled postmark, indicating December 1971. The Armalite AR-18 was intended to be a refined development of the M16 and incorporates a side folding stock, adjustable rear flip-up peep sight, ambidextrous selector and ejection port cover which closes when the bolt is in the forward position. It was an early design to provide for a more compact weapon for our military forces. Overall appearance and finish, essentially mint in original box. Pretty much impossible to upgrade the condition of this specimen. Box has some wear to the high edges and some tears but is still very fine with the bonus of having an original and legible postmark. It would be hard to imagine a finer example specimen of this machine gun. A wonderful opportunity for the collector or investor. The forward-thinking investor should consider that this gun will become Curio & Relic eligible in only three years. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: Box, extra mag, scope, sling, manual Barrel Length: 19 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Armalite Model: AR-18 Paperwork: No Serial Number: A5884

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(N) Savage Manufactured Auto Ordnance Thompson Model 1928A1 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Savage Manufactured Auto Ordnance Thompson Model 1928A1 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Savage Manufactured Auto Ordnance Thompson Model 1928A1 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 399)

This is a straight-forward specimen of an Auto Ordnance Thompson with "S" prefix serial number and Bridgeport address on right side of the receiver. Barrel is apparently a replacement threaded at muzzle for Cutts compensator, but no compensator present. Receiver exhibits some discoloration where barrel screws into receiver. Includes one Bridgeport 50 round drum. Serial number matches between lower and upper receivers. Adjustable Lyman rear sight. US Ordnance flaming bomb proof on left side of receiver. "GEG" and "RLB" (Colonel Ray L. Bowlin) initials present on left side of receiver. 1928 bolt and internal parts within receiver. The Thompson machine gun is an iconic part of American lore, whether one is interested in the "gangster era" or its military application, or simply as a recreational item, the Thompson has widespread appeal. Overall appearance is good to very good with about 70% of a smooth grey original finish thinning with some scattered points of pinprick corrosion. Drum has somewhat more scale at the front but this should clean up. Barrel has somewhat more finish towards the receiver, thinning further towards the muzzle. Wood shows moderate handling marks with a noticeable crack on the left side 1-1/2" from the receiver side running parallel to the bore line. There is also a slight crack running parallel to the bore line on the left side of the shoulder stock. The vertical foregrip has a dusting of what appears to be white paint overspray on the left side along with a couple of gouges. None of which affect serviceability. Action is smooth and positive. Bore is very good, shiny and bright. An opportunity for the collector enthusiast who always wanted a classic military Thompson. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 10 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Auto Ordnance Model: 1928A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: S373733

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(N) INCREDIBLE New in Box Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) INCREDIBLE New in Box Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) INCREDIBLE New in Box Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 399)

This Auto Ordnance 1928 Thompson was manufactured in West Hurley, New York, and remains new unfired with its original box. The original owner purchased it, and for whatever reason never fired it. One 50 round “Bridgeport” marked drum in original WW2 “R.M. Co.” “1942” marked pouch, and two 30 round stick magazines are included. Original cardboard factory shipping box with gun serial number on end, and copy of bill of sale to the original owner (dated 1981) is included as well as a letter from the owner attesting that this gun is indeed new with the drum never having been placed on the weapon. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is mint original lustrous blue finish throughout with perhaps the slightest of handling mark upon closest possible inspection. Wood is likewise near mint. Drum is near excellent dull original finish. Pouch is extremely fine. Box shows typical brassing at the high edges with some tearing at the corners. Bore is mint unfired as is the bolt. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. How often does a new in the box Thompson with original receipt surface? THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-51 Accessories: Drum magazine Barrel Length: 10 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Auto Ordnance Model: 1928 Thompson Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 1152A

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(N) Extremely Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Extremely Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Extremely Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928 West Hurley Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 399)

This Auto Ordnance West Hurley machine gun includes three 30 round magazines and two contemporary 50 round drums. These Thompsons produced in West Hurley, NY were the last to be manufactured and sold for private ownership prior to the Firearm Owner’s Protection Act being passed by Congress in 1986. The early West Hurley produced guns utilized Savage produced parts which were remaining on hand from WW2 military contracts. As these parts were used up then new parts were made to complete the guns. One can see the progression over time with a general correlation to the guns serial numbers. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine original lustrous blue finish throughout with some slight of handling marks, and thinning to gray patina particularly where charging handle rides in the receiver. Wood is likewise extremely fine with some light handling marks. Magazines and drums are very fine with lustrous blue finish. Bore is extremely fine to near excellent shiny and bright with some firing residue. Bolt also extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. An extremely nice a specimen of an iconic American classic. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-131 Barrel Length: 10 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Auto Ordnance Model: 1928 Thompson Paperwork: No Serial Number: 298TF

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(N) Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928A1 WW2 Era Used Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928A1 WW2 Era Used Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Fine Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928A1 WW2 Era Used Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 399)

This is an Auto Ordnance rebuild gun after return from World War II with “U.S.” marking neatly removed from in front of “Model” on left side of receiver. Original marking was, “U.S. Model 1928 AC”. Subsequently, and now marked “Model 1928 A1” with the “1” overstamping the “C”. Likewise, the original serial number was “153052”, but upon rebuild the serial number is now, “A. O. 153052X” Otherwise left hand receiver markings are, “THOMPSON AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN”, “CALIBRE .45 AUTOMATIC CARTRIDGE” clearly visible underneath the dull gray finish of the receiver. Right hand receiver markings are typical “AUTO – ORDNANCE” with Bridgeport address. Barrel is a extremely fine lustrous blue replacement with horizontal wood. Lower assembly is numbered, “A O 153052” and is unquestionably original and matching to the upper. Attractive wooden buttstock is marked with a solitary “8” pressed into the wood at the forward edge below where the hardware fits onto the lower assembly. One 20 round Bridgeport magazine is included. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent with deep lustrous blue finish on barrel, actuator, and magazine. Buttplate finish thinning to an even gray patina. Receiver retains nearly all of a dull gray refinish. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt face very fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. A very nice specimen of a factory rebuild. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-49 Barrel Length: 10 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Auto-Ordnance Model: 1928AC Paperwork: No Serial Number: A.O.153052X

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(N) Attractive U.S. Property Marked M1A1 Auto Ordnance Thompson Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE) (N) Attractive U.S. Property Marked M1A1 Auto Ordnance Thompson Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

(N) Attractive U.S. Property Marked M1A1 Auto Ordnance Thompson Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 399)

This is an Auto Ordnance, Bridgeport manufactured gun with “AA 1450” serial number hand stamped on the left side of the receiver to the rear of the original typical M1A1 markings. One can also discern the very small “Interarms, Alex, VA” markings which are the importer markings. Gun includes one “Seymour” 30 round magazine and an original NOBUCKL sling. A classic WW2 U.S. Military Thompson with “GEG” (civilian inspector George E. Goll) proofs on left side of the receiver and clear “U.S. Property” markings to rear of the rear sight. “P” proofmark at top of smooth barrel. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent with dull gray refinished blue on upper and lower receiver with deep lustrous blue on bolt and magazine. Buttplate finish thinned to a gray patina visible underneath flaking enamel paint. Wood is extremely fine with some light handling marks and a bit of darkening to the wood at the buttplate. Bore is extremely fine shiny and bright. Bolt face very fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. A very nice specimen. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE ONLY TO CURRENT ACTIVE FFL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. NFA GUNS IN THIS CATEGORY MAY BE RETAINED PRIVATELY BY SOLE PROPRIETOR DEALER UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR LICENSES, SUBJECT TO STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS AND BATF APPROVAL. JWK 18-87 Barrel Length: 10 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Auto-Ordnance Model: M1A1 Thompson Paperwork: No Serial Number: AA1450

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(N) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope (N) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope

(N) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 399)

Fantastic opportunity to own no longer manufactured New in Box Barrett M107A1 Semi-auto rifle, including bipod, Leopold Mark 4 scope, five original 5 round magazines, sealed original Barrett cleaning kit, torque wrench, pull-through cleaning snake and Dewey cleaning rod, all in original factory foam fitted pelican case. The BOFORs attachment was never available to order as a catalog item but the consignor was able to acquire this one new from the factory as it was a military contract overrun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is new unfired in original Pelican 1770 case. Scope is in perfect unused new condition. Bore and bolt are both mint. Accessories sealed in their original packaging where applicable including original factory owner’s manual. Impossible to upgrade the condition of this specimen. An investment grade level gun. Will transfer just as any modern rifle. JWK 18-88 Accessories: case, accessories Barrel Length: 33 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Barrett Model: M107A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: AE002694

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(N) British Hotchkiss Model 1909 Mark I Portable Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) British Hotchkiss Model 1909 Mark I Portable Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) British Hotchkiss Model 1909 Mark I Portable Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 399)

British Hotchkiss 1909 Mark I Portable machine gun with shoulder extension. Brass hand grip. Bbl is non matching SN B20962. Bbl retains broad arrow and British proof marks as does side of receiver and hand grip assembly. Gas port retaining band dated 1918 and retains orig brass chain. Includes orig tripod as well as metal detachable shoulder stock. Top of feed shuttle marked with broad arrow and SN 549. Marked on top "BELT OR STRIP FEED". Trigger moves freely however feed mechanism is jammed. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is fine retaining 70% finish with significant loss of finish turning to patina on bbl. Metal forend has much higher percentage of finish as does receiver itself although bottom or receiver is thinning and turning to patina. Bottom of shoulder extension has some significant dings and dents but none of this detracts from appearance and profile. Mechanics need attention. Bore has strong rifling with dark grooves. Bolt face is excellent. Gas nut is very clean with some slight pitting. A nice example of British WWI era MG particularly with brass chain intact, and shoulder stock pin strap. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 23" Caliber/Bore: .303 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: British Model: Hotchkiss Paperwork: No Serial Number: E27497

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(N) Stellar Original Condition WW2 British Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUC (N) Stellar Original Condition WW2 British Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUC

(N) Stellar Original Condition WW2 British Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUC

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 399)

marked with “BSA” (Birmingham Small Arms) proof on top of receiver and bipod “R.B. MK I” (For Rifle Boys} on left side of receiver. Visible numbers matching on barrel, bolt, and receiver. Bipod is numbered . Original early British disk-type muzzle and bracket-feet bipod present. Includes one original 5 round magazine. The Boys Anti-tank rifles were issued to British, Canadian and U.S. forces in the early years of World War 2. They were effective against lightly armored vehicles, and punching through emplacement barriers. Highly accurate, one Veteran relayed to me he was able to put a round through the vision port of an enemy armored vehicle. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original smooth dull blue finish with preservative grease, with bolt near excellent in the white with brown preservative grease. Bore and bolt in near excellent condition with a slight mark at bottom of chamber month where cartridge rim would rest. Wood cheek rest near excellent with a couple light handling marks. The aluminum hardware of the pistol grip and buttplate assembly are as they are supposed to appear. Both handgrips appear extremely fine with only a couple dings to the bottom of the pistol grip with otherwise light handling marks Rubber recoil pad remains supple and serviceable. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE”. JWK 18-81 Barrel Length: 38" Caliber/Bore: .55 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: BSA Model: Boys Paperwork: No Serial Number: A6.652

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(N) Exceptionally Rare in Registry Chartered Arms ULTIMAX 100 Mark III Machine Gun NEW IN BOX (PRE-8 (N) Exceptionally Rare in Registry Chartered Arms ULTIMAX 100 Mark III Machine Gun NEW IN BOX (PRE-8

(N) Exceptionally Rare in Registry Chartered Arms ULTIMAX 100 Mark III Machine Gun NEW IN BOX (PRE-8

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 399)

Consignor indicates this is one of only two of this machine gun model in the National Firearms Act registry which are registered as Pre-86 dealer samples. The Ulimax 100 was tested by the Marine Corps as a competitor to the Squad Automatic Weapon. This absolutely mint specimen had the original factory preservative grease on it when this cataloger first saw it, and the consignor cleaned this grease off for photography. It includes in addition to the buttstock, one 100 round drum magazine and one 30 round magazine, a spare barrel, just as it came from the factory in its original Styrofoam and cardboard shipping box. The Ultimax machine gun was designed in the 1970’s with particular attention to reducing recoil. It utilizes a short stoke gas piston system and no buffer. This allows the gun to be very compact and light with obvious advantages. This Mark III model incorporates a quick change barrel and is the “Ultimate Ultimax” for the shooter/collector. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is mint unfired in original shipping box. Bolt has been withdrawn only to ensure it was not loaded. Bore and bolt are mint. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. Museum quality specimen which is an important example of a firearm considered for modern U.S. Military use. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE ONLY TO CURRENT ACTIVE FLL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 ONLY. THIS STATUS ALLOWS THIS GUN TO BE RETAINED BY THE FFL/SOT DEALER PRIVATELY WITH BATF APPROVAL UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR FFL/SOT LICENSE, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-112 Accessories: Box, Acessories Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: 5.56x45mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Chartered Industries Model: Ultimax 100 MkIII Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 100115

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(N) Ever Popular SWD Cobray M-11 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) Ever Popular SWD Cobray M-11 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) Ever Popular SWD Cobray M-11 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 399)

A very fine specimen of the Cobray M-11 9mm machine gun complete with front strap, sliding shoulder loop and includes three original plastic magazines. Also included is an original Cobray logo carrying case. Fast firing and reliable, these guns have enjoyed a recent upswing in popularity due to the availability of recently designed attachments which increases the tactical effectiveness of these guns. Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine. Extremely fine original smooth, grey finish with some loss of finish and grey patina where the handle and bolt ride within the receiver. There are also some blemishes to the right side of the shoulder loop arrangement. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: canvas cobray bag, two extra magazines Barrel Length: 5 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Cobray Model: M-11 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 86-0008275

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(N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 399)

Popular M10A1 in 9mm with frame marked "9mm OR .45 ACP AS MANUFACTURED BY MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP" with both Ingram and Cobray markings on right side of receiver. Original box includes on magazine, cleaning rod and magazine loader as well as front strap. Popular at the range due to their handiness and shooting qualities, these guns have enjoyed a rise in popularity due to the availability of excellent recently designed attachments which improve their tactical efficiency. External serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and finish is new in box, unfired. Retains all of its original factory finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bore and bolt face are mint. A really great select fire machine gun. Perfect for an investor or an entry level machine gun enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: box, sling, cleaning rod Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Cobray Model: M10A1A Paperwork: No Serial Number: A6041856

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(N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

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Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 399)

Popular M10A1 in 9mm with frame marked "9mm OR .45 ACP AS MANUFACTURED BY MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP" with both Ingram and Cobray markings on right side of receiver. Original box includes on magazine, cleaning rod and magazine loader as well as front strap. Popular at the range due to their handiness and shooting qualities, these guns have enjoyed a rise in popularity due to the availability of excellent recently designed attachments which improve their tactical efficiency. External serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and finish is new in box, unfired. Retains all of its original factory finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bore and bolt face are mint. A really great select fire machine gun. Perfect for an investor or an entry level machine gun enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 Accessories: Box, sling, cleaning rod Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Cobray Model: M10A1A Paperwork: No Serial Number: A6041855

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(N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) New in Box Ingram Cobray M10A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

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Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 399)

Popular M10A1 in 9mm with frame marked "9mm OR .45 ACP AS MANUFACTURED BY MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP" with both Ingram and Cobray markings on right side of receiver. Original box includes on magazine, cleaning rod and magazine loader as well as front strap. Popular at the range due to their handiness and shooting qualities, these guns have enjoyed a rise in popularity due to the availability of excellent recently designed attachments which improve their tactical efficiency. External serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and finish is new in box, unfired. Retains all of its original factory finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bore and bolt face are mint. A really great select fire machine gun. Perfect for an investor or an entry level machine gun enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 Accessories: Box, sling, cleaning rod Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Cobray Model: M10A1A Paperwork: No Serial Number: A6041857

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(N) Fantastic Condition and Highly Collectible U.S. Colt M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Fantastic Condition and Highly Collectible U.S. Colt M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Fantastic Condition and Highly Collectible U.S. Colt M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 399)

Marked on right sideplate, “U.S. No” (serial number) “GVT INSP” “BROWNING MACHINE GUN CAL .50, M2” ”MANUFACTURED BY” “COLT’S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG CO.“ “HARTFORD. CONN. U.S.A.” “GHD” inspectors marking. Beautiful original brown composite grips. Muzzle attachment included at end of barrel. Original G. I. M2 ground tripod in included with stirrup and pedestal shaft. Ammunition box and head for stand-up mount also included. Spare barrel in black cardboard military issue tube included. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original dull gray finish with only the slightest of handling marks. Tripod is about fine with quite a bit of brown patina on the legs. Pedestal shaft rates about the same with scattered brown corrosion. Upper pedestal mount head and ammunition box holder retain about 98% of their contemporary light green paint. Near excellent shine bore in gun mounted barrel with grease in spare barrel. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. An investment level quality specimen showing very little if any use. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-68 Barrel Length: 45" Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: M2 Browning Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 791610 CORRECTION: Pedestal shaft and head in photograph not included with this lot. Instead, correct long pedestal shaft with articulating legs in army green paint is included.

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(N) Attractive Low SN U.S. Navy Overstamp Colt Thompson 1921/28 AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Attractive Low SN U.S. Navy Overstamp Colt Thompson 1921/28 AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Attractive Low SN U.S. Navy Overstamp Colt Thompson 1921/28 AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 399)

This Colt U.S. Navy overstamp Thompson with Cutts compensator was transferred from a police department to the consignor, and this is the first public offering of this gun to the collector community. In addition to the typical Colt and Auto Ordnance markings on the sides of the receiver, and the added “U.S. NAVY” with overstamped “8” over the “1” in the model designation, this gun has had the police property number “7013” hand inscribed below the serial numbers on both the upper and lower assemblies. Visible numbers are all matching. “JHB” inspection mark clearly visible to the rear of the ejection port on the right side of the receiver. Internal parts are original colt bolt with 1928 actuator, spring and buffer. Stock retains anchor proofmark below attachment iron. Four 20 round original 1920 patent magazines are included, as well as a “NEW YORK N.Y., U.S.A.” 1920 patent dates 50 round drum, and an old 1950’s vintage blue felt lined hard case. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent deep lustrous blue original finish with some slight loss of finish to the high edges and some scratches where the buttstock attaches to the lower assembly. Buttplate finish is worn to pleasing gray patina at the heel and toe ends with nice lustrous blue finish toward the center. There is also some loss of finish to a gray patina where the actuator contacts its slot, and at the muzzle of the Cutts compensator. Vertical foregrip is extremely fine with a rich brown color. Pistol grip has a somewhat lighter brown color with a couple handling nicks. Buttstock wood exhibits typical light nicks and handling marks. Drum magazine is very fine, dull blue finish. Stick magazines fine to very fine with some dings and scattered areas of light brown patina. Hard case extremely fine with vibrant interior color remaining. Firearm bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright. Bolt also extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. A very nice gun with both military and police history, in the most popular and recognized configuration. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-59 Accessories: Case, 4 sitck mag, 1 drum mag Barrel Length: 10 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1928 Thompson Paperwork: No Serial Number: 1753

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(N) Very Handsome and Iconic Colt Thompson 1921AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Very Handsome and Iconic Colt Thompson 1921AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Very Handsome and Iconic Colt Thompson 1921AC Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 399)

Very fine specimen of a Colt 1921 Thompson with Cutts compensator retaining original 1921 internal parts and correct cartouched buttstock. Typical markings on receiver with visible serial numbers matching. “JHB” inspection mark not visible on right side of receiver. One 20 round Bridgeport magazine is included. The Colt Thompson is the the most iconic of all American machine guns. The first in the line of Thompson machine guns produced it is a recognized symbol of the 1920's prohibition era as well as World War II. The Thompson spans a range across several collecting genres, with plenty of variations and accessories to appeal to a wide range of collector/investors. Even persons who are not normally gun enthusiasts have remarked to this cataloger, "If I was going to want to own one machine gun I would like a Thompson." The gun that started the line was the Colt model 1921, and of these, the ones with the Cutts compensator such are this one have the most recognized silhouette. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent with deep lustrous blue refinish on flat sides of upper receiver assembly and flat side of lower where it meets the upper. Some slight loss of finish to the high edges with some loss of finish to gray patina at the stock attachment points. Buttplate finish a brown patina with thinning to a gray at the high edges. Vertical foregrip is extremely fine with a rich brown color. Pistol grip in same state with noticeable gouges on the left side. Buttstock wood exhibits typical light nicks and handling marks. Bore is superb, excellent shiny and bright. Bolt face extremely fine with remainder of bolt exceptionally fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. A very handsome example of the most popular and sought after of the Thompson machine gun models with an exceptional condition bore and bolt. It is only upon the closest inspection that one may discern the refinish at the sides. Barrel does not appear to be refinished. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-50 Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1921 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 10163

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(N) Rare Colt Model of 1919 Water Cooled Machine Gun on Colt Commercial Tripod (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Rare Colt Model of 1919 Water Cooled Machine Gun on Colt Commercial Tripod (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Rare Colt Model of 1919 Water Cooled Machine Gun on Colt Commercial Tripod (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 399)

Marked on right sideplate, “COLT AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN” “MODEL 1919 – CAL 30.” “BROWNING PAT, FEB 4, 1919.” “ COLT’S PAT FIRE ARMS MFG CO.“ “HARTFORD. CONN. U.S.A.” above serial number with correct “C” prefix (for Commercial). Extremely rare original sight bracket on water jacket, with exceptionally rare AA front sight, spider rear sight, and top cover latch all in an original leather AA sight carrying case. Just Amazing !!! Original cork, chain, filler and drain plugs all present. Correct rear sight graduated out to 2700 yards. Wood grips on gun appear to be replacements, but original are included in plastic bag which also contains two spare drain cork assemblies, extractor, metal lubricating oil can, and takedown wrench. Colt Commercial tripod also included as well as two original wooden ammo boxes, original metal water can, and one steam condensing hose. Also included is an original Browning cloth belt loading machine, model of 1918 in its original wooden chest. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine lustrous blue arsenal refinish turning a pleasing brown patina with bronze trunnion and nose cap turned to dark patina. Some slight scratches and marks visible under the finish. Bluing is thinning to gray patina at the high edges and particularly at the tripod attachment points. Bolt and trigger with correct Colt sliding trigger safety also extremely fine looking with blue finish. Unvarnished wood grips on gun extremely fine to near excellent. Original grips in bag near excellent. Others spare parts extremely fine. Boxes extremely fine with original paint. Tripod also extremely fine to near excellent. Bore of gun is very fine with uniform roughness in the grooves. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. An exceedingly fine specimen of its kind. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-65 Barrel Length: 20" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: Browning M1919 Paperwork: No Serial Number: C100270 Tripod pictured and described in print catalog is not going with this gun. Tripod which will be included with this gun will be a correct Colt Commercial tripod.

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(N) Very Attractive Rare and Historic Colt Model of 1924 Water Cooled Machine Gun Used at Sing Sing (N) Very Attractive Rare and Historic Colt Model of 1924 Water Cooled Machine Gun Used at Sing Sing

(N) Very Attractive Rare and Historic Colt Model of 1924 Water Cooled Machine Gun Used at Sing Sing

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 399)

Marked on right sideplate, “COLT AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN” “MODEL 1924 – CAL 30.” “BROWNING PAT, FEB 4, 1919.” “ COLT’S PAT FIRE ARMS MFG CO.“ “HARTFORD. CONN. U.S.A.” above serial number with correct “C” prefix (for Commercial). No reinforcement stirrup at bottom plate. Original cork, chain, filler and drain plugs all present. Correct rear sight graduated out to 2700 yards. Beautiful original wood grips. Attractive original Colt commercial tripod with original brass identification disk and leather leg retaining strap present. Also included is an original green painted wooden ammo box, WW2 era green painted wooden gunners box, green water can, and an original steam condensing hose. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine lustrous blue original finish starting to dull to a pleasing brown patina with bronze trunnion and nose cap turned to dark patina. Some brassing and wear to gray patina at the tripod attachment points but otherwise very little wear, even at the high edges. Bolt and barrel extension also near excellent and in the white. Trigger is blued with correct Colt sliding trigger safety. Tripod is extremely fine with original paint coverage. Original matching numbered tripod identification disk present. Boxes and water can near excellent condition overall. Bore of gun has strong rifling with roughness in the grooves. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. A very handsome specimen indeed for the discerning collector / investor, and a great opportunity for the aficionado of early water-cooled machine guns. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-66 Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: M1924 Paperwork: No Serial Number: C100942 CORRECTION: Tripod pictured and described in print catalog is not going with this gun. Tripod which will be included with this gun is the ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERED tripod for this gun. Additional research indicates this is one of the guns which were formerly utilized at Sing Sing prison, and is documented in Dolf Goldsmith’s book on the Browning machine gun. Close examination reveals that this gun was at one time deactivated by placing a pin vertically through the brass trunnion. It has been professionally reactivated by the pin being removed and the hole filled with a brass plug. Such a quality professional repair that this was initially overlooked. CORRECTION: Additional accessory not photographed included is short anti-aircraft pedestal shaft with head.

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(N) Exceptional “PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.” Marked New in Box Original Colt M16A2 Variant of the M16 Ma (N) Exceptional “PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.” Marked New in Box Original Colt M16A2 Variant of the M16 Ma

(N) Exceptional “PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.” Marked New in Box Original Colt M16A2 Variant of the M16 Ma

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 399)

New in box mint unfired and extremely hard to find Colt M16A2 machine gun in its modern military configuration with three-shot-burst selector, round handguards, adjustable rear sight, and integrated brass deflector at ejection port. Marked on left side of magazine well, “Property of U.S. Govt.” below Colt logo. Government acceptance stamp on forward edge of magazine well. One original Colt 30 round magazine, sling, cleaning brushes and Colt owners’s manual are included in a plastic bag. All of this within the original cardboard shipping box with original plastic bag for the gun with printed and bar-coded label indicating serial number. This variant of the M16 is familiar to modern military personnel whose careers go back to the 1980’s. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish new unfired in box with mint bore and bolt. Moisture absorbing paper still within bore. This is a select-fire machine gun. Investment level firearm for the modern Colt military rifle or machine gun enthusiast. They simply do not get any better than this !! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-111 Accessories: Boxes, Accessories Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: 5.56x45mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: M16A2 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 6159008

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(N) Colt M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) Colt M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) Colt M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 399)

High condition specimen of the classic military configuration mid-80's M16 machine gun with bird cage flash hider, triangular hand guards, forward assist, "SAFE, SEMI, AUTO" selector, and sights which require either a cartridge point or tool to adjust. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Marked on left side of receiver with Rampant Colt logo and simple designation "M16" together with typical Colt address. This configuration is as would be seen by military personnel throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Overall appearance and finish are extremely fine to near excellent. Outward appearance is extremely fine to near excellent with firing residue to magazine well, bolt and bore. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt face is near excellent. A true classic Colt M16. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Barrel Length: 21 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: M16 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 5096362

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(N) Fantastic Early Colt/Armalite AR15 Machine Gun Model 01 (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Fantastic Early Colt/Armalite AR15 Machine Gun Model 01 (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Fantastic Early Colt/Armalite AR15 Machine Gun Model 01 (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 399)

High condition, collectible and very early version of what would become the M16 machine gun. Colt logo with Armalite markings on left side of magazine well with colt address on left side of receiver above selector. No bolt forward assist, small triangular charging handle, early flash hider and rounded buttplate; all are immediately recognizable indicators that this is one of the first of its kind. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Many of these early Armalite AR15 Model 01 machine guns found their way into police departments. This one appears to have seen very little use with the bright bolt extremely clean. Bright, shiny and clean bore. Clean, bright gas tube. Near excellent original finish to the metal. Smooth black composite furnishings do show some handling marks and a couple of scuffs. No magazine present. An exceedingly fine specimen of a very rare and difficult to find model. An important and historical example of American machine gun development. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: AR15-01 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 002644

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(N) Exceptionally Low Serial Number New in Box Original Colt SMG 9 MM Variant of the M16 Machine Gun (N) Exceptionally Low Serial Number New in Box Original Colt SMG 9 MM Variant of the M16 Machine Gun

(N) Exceptionally Low Serial Number New in Box Original Colt SMG 9 MM Variant of the M16 Machine Gun

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 399)

New in box mint unfired and extremely hard to find Colt Model SMG in 9mm with spare upper assembly with round handguards, side rail, muzzle blast shield, and brass deflector, and is complete with spare bolt so all one needs to do in order to change over is swap it out. Three original Colt 32 round magazines in plastic wrappers are included well as the original sling, cleaning rod, and a Colt owner’s manual for this model. This variant of the M16 was made for the civilian market and this low numbered specimen was held still new in box by some forward-thinking individual. Box has a sticker from a former owner on the end with the serial number (extra “0” inadvertently added). This carbine incorporates a telescoping buttstock as well as a bird-cage flash hider, and round handguards, but no forward assist. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish new unfired with mint bore and bolt. Spare upper, including bore and bolt extremely fine and has been fired (obviously on another host gun). Investment level firearm for the modern Colt rifle or machine gun enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK-18-10-108 Accessories: Box, upper, Accessories Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: 9mm NATO FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: SMG Paperwork: No Serial Number: HT000002

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(N) Very Attractive Colt  Model 1928 Commercial Browning Water Cooled Machine Gun as Registered By C (N) Very Attractive Colt  Model 1928 Commercial Browning Water Cooled Machine Gun as Registered By C

(N) Very Attractive Colt Model 1928 Commercial Browning Water Cooled Machine Gun as Registered By C

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 399)

Extremely attractive Colt commercial model 1928 Browning water cooled machine gun as registered by Charles Erb of Fredericktown, PA, and so marked on right hand sideplate, with added SN in recessed portion after "U.S. NO." and registration SN also visible engraved at bottom flat of right sideplate. Orig Colt markings on left hand sideplate with Argentine property number visible at top of brass trunnion. Brass water jacket cap also very attractive. Wooden grips on pistol handle. Water fill and drain caps with orig chains present. Included with this lot is a 1942 manufactured 1917A1 tripod, complete manufacturer's plate attached to leg. Shiny unmarked bolt in receiver. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish fine to very fine with lustrous blue refinish with some dings visible under the refinish. Bronze trunnion and front cap of water jacket turning a pleasing dull patina with a little bit of green just starting at the trunnion cap. 1928 Colt Commercial style flash hider. Sight ladder and bolt are in the white. Charging handle just starting to turn a gray patina. 1917 A1 WWII era tri-pod is very fine, with orig paint, with brass socket. Leather leg retention strap intact and in good condition. Gun attachment chain and pin are replacements. Mechanics are crisp. Brilliant, bright bore. The Colt 1928 commercial gun was the product of Colt taking the left over WWI Contract parts and assembling them into guns, making what new ones were needed and then marketing the guns as "new" models to the post WWI world. Fortunately for the US collector's market, many of the guns purchased by Argentina have found their way back to the United States almost exclusively as parts kits. These are very attractive machine guns and this model of the Browning machine gun is extremely popular at the range, not only for its reliability, but also for its versatility to be able to be readily converted to different calibers. By changing barrels, and spacers without altering the gun, one can readily change it to .308, or 8 mm Mauser. With a little more work it can be converted to 7.62 Russian. A very handsome piece of old world craftsmanship which still to this day is the very hallmark of quality American gunmaking. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: Tri-pod Barrel Length: 27 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1928 Paperwork: No Serial Number: USN7763797W

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(N) Mint Unfired Colt M16A2 Machine Gun (Fully Transferable). (N) Mint Unfired Colt M16A2 Machine Gun (Fully Transferable).

(N) Mint Unfired Colt M16A2 Machine Gun (Fully Transferable).

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 399)

Absolutely stellar example of the compact M16A2 machine gun by Colt with telescoping buttstock, forward assist and three shot burst selector. Typical Colt logo and address on left side of receiver. Flip-up peep sight with early style windage adjustment requiring a cartridge point or tool. No magazine present. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Barrel marked with typical "C MP 5.56 NATO 1/7". Overall appearance and finish is mint, unfired with moisture absorbent paper tube in bore and black plastic muzzle cover. Mechanics are crisp. A super example of current compact firing platform used by the US Armed Forces worldwide. A great opportunity for the collector/investor. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Barrel Length: 15 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Model: M16A2 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 8002452

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(N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Early Manufactured Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gu (N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Early Manufactured Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gu

(N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Early Manufactured Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gu

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 399)

Exquisitely executed rebuild of an original Colt “PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.” “M16A1” marked machine gun. Colt rampant logo on left side of magazine well with factory applied “COLT AR-15” markings. One original Colt 20 round magazine, and one 30 round magazine included as well as an operator's manual and black military web sling. This gun features triangular handguards, full bird cage muzzle break, and bolt forward assist. Buttstock is of the very early type with hard bakelite and rounded edged buttplate. Consignor states that this rifle’s lower assembly was cut and discarded by the U.S. Government, after which John Stemple rebuilt it and registered it as fully transferable. Upon close inspection one can discern where the left side of the magazine well was rebuilt. There is a discoloration to the finish running vertically down the entire length through the center of the Colt horse in the logo all the way down through the “A” in the word “SERIAL” number. The appropriate characters were re-cut upon this remanufacture. Exquisitely executed work. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish extremely fine to near excellent as refinished upon remanufacture with correct looking dark finish on lower assembly. Upper assembly has a somewhat lighter sheen, with some loss of finish to the high edges. Barrel is marked “CMP CHROME BORE”. Left handguard has a 1 1/2 “ blemish on bottom side at midpoint bottom with a couple other light handling marks. Hard bakelite buttstock with early style sling swivel extremely fine with some handling marks. Magazine has lost nearly all its finish to a gray metal sheen. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is extremely fine. Gas tube needs a cleaning. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. A really nice M16A1 whose buttstock harkens back to the Viet Nam Era. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-56 Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt / John Stemple Model: M16A1 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 989898

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(N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB (N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB

(N) John Stemple Registered Rebuild of Colt U.S. Property Marked M16A1 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERAB

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 399)

Really neat rebuild of an original Colt “PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.” “M16A1” marked machine gun. Colt rampant logo on left side of magazine well with factory applied “COLT AR-15” markings. One original Colt 20 round magazine, and one 30 round magazine is included as well a military technical service manual and black military web sling. This gun features triangular handguards, full bird cage muzzle break, and bolt forward assist so familiar to military personal who carried these rifles through combat. Consignor states that this rifles lower assembly was cut and discarded by the U.S. Government, after which John Stemple rebuilt it and registered it as fully transferable. This is exact the way this rifle looks too as the left side of the magazine well has a slight yet distinct “hump” running vertically down the entire length through the tail of the horse all the way down through the first digit of the serial number. The appropriate characters were re-cut upon remanufacture. A wonderful piece of workmanship. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish extremely fine to near excellent as refinished upon remanufacture with correct looking dark finish on lower assembly. Upper assembly has a somewhat lighter sheen, with some noticeable scratches to the finish of the barrel. Some dust of green verdigries is in the muzzle break. Barrel is marked “CMP CHROME BORE”. Composite furnishings are near excellent, as is sling. Magazine has lost nearly all its finish to a gray metal sheen. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-55 Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt / John Stemple Model: M16A1 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 988841

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(N) Very Rare WW1 U.S Colt Automatic Machine Gun Model of 1909 (Benet Mercie) With Accessories and T (N) Very Rare WW1 U.S Colt Automatic Machine Gun Model of 1909 (Benet Mercie) With Accessories and T

(N) Very Rare WW1 U.S Colt Automatic Machine Gun Model of 1909 (Benet Mercie) With Accessories and T

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 399)

This World War I U.S. Military Colt Model 1909 Automatic Machine Rifle (Benet Mercie) is a pretty rare find, and this one has some very desirable accessories. Gun is marked “AUTOMATIC MACHINE RIFLE CAL. .30. MODEL OF 1909” with Colt inspector logo and “MADE BY COLTS PATENT FIREARMS MFC CO” Vickers tripod is WW1 vintage “CC and Co” marked and “1918” dated. Head is also dated “1918” with British Proofs. Brass sighting disk is present. Receiver number is the only externally visible serial number. Included with this lot is an extremely rare original feed strip ammo box with 10 original feed strips with contemporary .30-06 ammunition. Exceptionally rare original .303 feed strip loading machine also included, along with original 1913 Warner Swasey optical sight in original 1918 dated leather carrying case with wrench in outer pocket. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original deep lustrous blue finish with some areas just starting to thin such as near the muzzle, on the gas cylinder, and where the bolt contacts the receiver, and on the handgrip and pistol cap area. Gas cylinder tube extremely clean. Buttstock wood has a crack on the left side about 1 ½” long at the top near the receiver running parallel to the bore line, otherwise with light to medium dings, bruises and handling marks. Rear bipod support finish also thinning to a brown and gray patina. Boxes retain over 80% of their original paint. Feed strips and loader very fine and serviceable. Ammunition sold for display purposes only. Leather optic case very fine. Optic eye shade petrified with cloudy optics. Mount adapter is a contemporary fabrication with a black enamel paint finish. Vickers tripod legs have been repainted a flat black with brass a soft pleasing patina. Guns bore is absolutely spectacular, extremely shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun which displays stunningly well, and a simply outstanding find with its included rare accessories for the advanced U.S. WW1 machine gun collector. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-63 Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Colt Benet-Merci Model: M1909 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 228

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(N) High Condition DLO Sideplate Browning 1919A4 Machine Gun on AMC Manufactured Tripod (FULLY TRANS (N) High Condition DLO Sideplate Browning 1919A4 Machine Gun on AMC Manufactured Tripod (FULLY TRANS

(N) High Condition DLO Sideplate Browning 1919A4 Machine Gun on AMC Manufactured Tripod (FULLY TRANS

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 399)

Extremely fine condition DLO registered sideplate Browning 1919A4 machine gun manufactured with “SAGINAW STEERING GEAR DIV” and “GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION” markings immediately below, “MANFD BY DLO MFG, STANFORD, CT” on right sideplate. U.S. flaming bomb proof mark visible on top plate next to cover release latch. Bolt is unmarked on top. Carrying handle present at shroud. One spare .30-06 barrel is included as well as “AMC” marked tripod. Traverse & elevation mechanism and front mounting stirrup present. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent gray finish as applied upon remanufacture with near excellent brown wooden carrying handle. Bolt and internals blued and also near excellent. Tripod is extremely fine with green paint coverage. Bore of both barrels are extremely fine, shiny and bright. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. These Browning machine guns are always popular at the range and this is an exceedingly fine specimen. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-67 Barrel Length: 26 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: DLO Saganaw Model: Browning M1919A4 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 8670037

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(N) Fabulous Shooters Set-up E.R. Maples BROWNING M2 .50 Cal BMG MACHINE GUN on Reciprocating Tripod (N) Fabulous Shooters Set-up E.R. Maples BROWNING M2 .50 Cal BMG MACHINE GUN on Reciprocating Tripod

(N) Fabulous Shooters Set-up E.R. Maples BROWNING M2 .50 Cal BMG MACHINE GUN on Reciprocating Tripod

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 399)

This is a shooters OR a collectors dream. E.R. Maples Company remanufactured/assembled a number of U.S. military weapons to the highest possible standards of fit and finish. Often even superior to that of original factory work these guns are especially attractive. This Browning M2 heavy barreled machine gun is no exception. Marked on right sideplate, “SER. NO.” (serial number) “MACHINE GUN CAL .50, M2” ”MANUFACTURED BY” “E. R. MAPLES CO.“ “NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE” “U.S.A.” Beautiful original brown composite grips. Barrel on gun include carrying handle. Midwest Industries scope mount on left side of receiver. M3 v tripod manufactured by FTS Corporation with high quality reciprocating head with integral ammo box holder on left side. Also included are 3 spare barrels, two canvas barrel carriers and a bucket and bag containing approximately 200 metal links. Look for a separate lot in this auction for .50 Cal ammunition lot. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original smooth gray refinish upon remanufacture with only the slightest of handling marks. Tripod is likewise near excellent with dull black enamel paint finish on lower assembly with a satin black painted finish on head. Bores of all barrels extremely fine to near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. An absolutely stunning display piece in this condition which also no doubt would make a very comfortable shooting gun at the range. Just a fantastic ensemble showing very little use. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-113 Accessories: tripod, barrels, links Barrel Length: 45" Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: E.R. Maples Model: M2-HB Paperwork: No Serial Number: 000153

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(N) High Original Condition Fleming Registered Beretta AR-70 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) High Original Condition Fleming Registered Beretta AR-70 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) High Original Condition Fleming Registered Beretta AR-70 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 399)

Extremely high condition, likely unfired FLEMING registered Beretta AR-70 machine gun complete with bipod and one original 30 round magazine. Fleming converted and registered many machine guns prior to May 1986 when this could still be accomplished. This “Model 70 Sport” is one such registration with small, “FLEMING FIREARMS O’VILLE, OK” neatly marked on right side of lower receiver. Three position selector “S, A, 1:” on left side. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish near excellent, probably unfired with mint bore and bolt. Composite furnishings also near excellent. Bipod does a couple scratches to its black enamel finish. This is a select-fire machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-109 Barrel Length: 19" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Fleming/Beretta Model: AR-70 Paperwork: No Serial Number: M33077

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(N) Extremely High Condition Frankford Arsenal Model M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE). (N) Extremely High Condition Frankford Arsenal Model M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

(N) Extremely High Condition Frankford Arsenal Model M16 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 399)

Classic modern military lookalike of the M 16 with chromed heavy bbl. Olympic Arms lower with Frankford Arsenal Castle logo. Fully adjustable windage and elevation rear sight. Brass deflector, forward assist, round hand guards and full composite buttstock. External receiver number is the only visible number. Includes two 30 and two 20 round metal magazines as well as a nylon sling and 1990's vintage Colt Sporter Rifles instruction manual. Forward sling swivel not present. Three position selector, safe, semi, auto make this a very attractive machine gun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish extremely fine. Factory grease still in chamber area with a shiny bright chamber visible with bolt open. Extremely fine with a couple of handling marks and some brassing to the high edges of the buttplate, noticeable on close inspection. Exterior metal parts and composite furnishings retain nearly all of their orig finish. Bore is extremely fine, probably unfired. Mechanics are crisp. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: 4 mags, sling, & manual Barrel Length: 21 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 5.56 NATO FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Frankford Arsenal Model: M16 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: FA1352

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(N) Fine Condition Specimen of Historic WW1 French Chauchat Model 1915 Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC) (N) Fine Condition Specimen of Historic WW1 French Chauchat Model 1915 Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

(N) Fine Condition Specimen of Historic WW1 French Chauchat Model 1915 Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

Lot #54 (Sale Order 54 of 399)

Very fine specimen of the French Chauchat machine gun. Produced quickly often using rifle barrels on hand when the French realized they were behind on having automatic rifles, this model saw widespread use during World War 1, and subsequently many were sold to Finland after the war when the French updated their machine gun models. Hence many specimens seen in this country have "SA" markings. This specimen does not, and might well be a bring-back gun by a U.S. Soldier. Marked “C.S.R.G.” with matching numbered upper and lower receivers. Includes one original magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is about 60% original blue finish turning a brown patina and otherwise thinning to a gray patina. Magazine mostly a gray patina Charging handle knob out of round on both front and back sides but still serviceable. Wood furnishings have some light handling marks, and exhibit a coat of shiny varnish, but are really in very nice condition and are very attractive. Bore is very fine with some light frosting in the grooves. Bolt is extremely fine. Chamber very clean. This gun was obviously well cared for, and mechanics are crisp. A very nice specimen of a very widely used and historic WW1 machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELILC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-82 Barrel Length: 21 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 8x50mmR FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: French Model: Chauchat 191-5 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 149676

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(N) Historic German WW2 Early MP 43 Machine Gun With Capture Provenance & Helmet (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Historic German WW2 Early MP 43 Machine Gun With Capture Provenance & Helmet (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Historic German WW2 Early MP 43 Machine Gun With Capture Provenance & Helmet (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 399)

Relatively early manufactured MP43 manufactured by C.G. Haenel in 1943, with eagle over “37” proofs on underside of receiver as well as on left side of barrel. Other proof marks in evidence are “cos” (Merz werk), and “awt” (Wurttemburgische Matallwarefabrik). Bolt was manufactured and supplied by Mauser with factory applied “M” marking and gun serial number. Operating rod also provided by Mauser with eagle over “26” and “ar” proofmark. The bolt is of the early “1st” type without a factory cut-out near the extractor. Visible parts appear all matching SN throughout. One original Nazi marked “MP44” is included as well as an original magazine loading tool and 399 rounds of Privi-Partisan boxer primed ammunition. Also included is an original M42 helmet captured along with the gun along with original provenance substantiating where and when these items were captured. The American Soldier had his picture taken on the battlefield in 1944 posing next to the dispatched German soldier he bagged these items from, and this photo, as well as theater return document, original amnesty registration form and unit history, "Battle of Burp Gun Corner" is included with this lot. Also included is the unit history of the American Veteran. This gun is marked simply “MP43” on left side of receiver. Front sight hood not present. This model was highly effective and the first modern assault rifle produced in significant quantities. It incorporates desirable features such as being select-fire, firing from a closed bolt, taking an intermediate length cartridge (shorter than the standard 8mm) which was less bulky to carry, and yet could range out further and with greater effect than a pistol cartridge. The shorter cartridge allowed for a high 30 round magazine capacity. The German Sturmgewehr in this configuration was pretty much the standard throughout the wars conclusion, even as the model designation was soon changed to MP44, and later STG44. These were rifles which would serve in multiple roles and situations according to need, include having a scope for longer range and low-light conditions, and even with special attachments such as barrel chutes so they could be fired out of vehicle ports at adversaries, and fitted with some of the earliest experimental night vision (Vampire) equipment. A very versatile and effective combat firearm. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very good to fine original finish throughout with scattered light pitting and brown patina, with more brown patina on the gas cylinder tube and buttstock heel and toe metal furnishings. Magazine finish is consistent with the gun. Helmet rates a solid 85% with no decals, with remnants of address lable where Soldier shipped it hm at crown. Address is faded away and undiscernible. Liner is in good condition with no drawstring present. Leather chin strap remnant on left ring. Buttstock wood has numerous dings and bruises but remain solid and serviceable. Rifles bore is extremely fine to near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. It sure is nice to see an untouched battlefield bring-back with impeccable and interesting provenance. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-58 Accessories: Ammo, helmet, provenance Barrel Length: 16 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.92×33mm Kurz FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: German Model: MP43 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 8601C

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(N) Highly Collectible 1945 Date Matching German WW2 STURMGEWEHR STG 44 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Highly Collectible 1945 Date Matching German WW2 STURMGEWEHR STG 44 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Highly Collectible 1945 Date Matching German WW2 STURMGEWEHR STG 44 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 399)

Late war manufactured STG 44 machine as assembled by C.G. Haenel in 1945, with eagle over “37” proofs on underside of receiver as well as on left side of barrel. Other proof marks in evidence are “cos” (Merz-Werke), and “awt” (Wurttemburgische Matallwarefabrik). Bolt, operating rod are original and matching, as are all visible parts. The bolt is of the late style with factory cut-out near the extractor. . Four original Nazi marked magazines are included as well as an original leather sling. Original front sight hood present. This is the final version of this series of weapons with the lower profile 4 7/8” toe to heel butt which fit readily into vehicle racks for transport. This is NOT a laminated wood buttstock indicating this gun was manufactured very late indeed. Serial number actually has a “u” suffix. The MP43, MP443, and STG 44 series was highly effective and the first modern assault rifle produced in significant quantities. It incorporates desirable features such as being select-fire, firing from a closed bolt, taking an intermediate length cartridge (shorter than the standard 8mm) which was less bulky to carry, and yet could range out further and with greater effect than a pistol cartridge. The shorter cartridge allowed for a high 30 round magazine capacity. These were rifles which would serve in multiple roles and situations according to need, include having a scope for longer range and low-light conditions, and even with special attachments such as barrel chutes so they could be fired out of vehicle ports at adversaries, and fitted with some of the earliest experimental night vision (Vampire) equipment. A very versatile and effective combat firearm. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is good to very fine original finish, with very nice deep blue finish on the receiver, with deep blue finish also on pistol grip assembly with scattered brown patina. Barrel, gas block, buttstock, and handguard all have a smooth gray original finish with some brown patina. From a distance the rifle finish looks like it was poorly stored, but upon close inspection the finish is exactly what it should be for a late war STG44. Magazines all are original finish, with two magazines exhibiting very fine finish and one scattered light pitting. The final magazine has several areas of pitting and loss of finish, most notably on the left side. Buttstock wood near excellent. Bore is extremely fine to near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. Tough to find example of late war specimen. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-76 Accessories: Mags Barrel Length: 16" Caliber/Bore: 7.92x33mmK FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Germab Model: STG44 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 2579/45

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(N) Well Accessorized Attractive and Desirable German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELI (N) Well Accessorized Attractive and Desirable German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELI

(N) Well Accessorized Attractive and Desirable German WW1 MG 08/15 Maxim Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELI

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 399)

“MAN” manufactured (Maschinenfabrik Augsburg Nurnberg AG) 1917 dated Maxim 08/15 machine gun has a matching receiver and top cover, but the rest is mis-matched parts. One very rare and unusual feature found on this gun is that it has an original the top cover hold-open latch, and the water fill cap retains its original wood thumb pieces. Gun comes with numerous accessories including The Devil’s Paintbrush” book signed by Dolf Goldsmith, original belt drum hanger, reproduction leather and cloth sling, heavy original “T- Gewehr” style bipod, two metal ammo cans, one with Turkish maxim brass-tabbed cloth belt with 8mm Portugese, Berdan primed non-corrosive ammunition with a few rounds Turkish ammo, and the other can with Turkish aluminum belt with a mixture of 8mm East German steel cased ammunition and 8 mm Israeli boxer primed ammunition. Also included is an original 1916 style drum box with two original WW1 German 08/15 Maxim assault drums, one of which has an original 1918 dated “Rathenow” 50 round belt steel tabbed belt inside. The consignor has tacked a laminated excerpt of a photo from, “The Devil’s Paintbrush” book by Dolf Goldsmith to the inside of the cover showing an identical specimen of this box. Also included is a on original gray painted German WW1 water can with “swing-out” spout. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is fine original blued finish on exposed metal parts with gray repainted water jacket. Walnut stock and pistol-grip handle have been beautifully refinished. Blued parts show some scattered light pitting and the finish is both thinning and turned to a pleasing brown patina. Sling is near excellent. One ammo can is repainted. Drum box appears to retain original paint, with a couple splits in the lid, but still strong and serviceable. One drum has been repainted, but the other is a real gem with original “mustard” colored paint. Bore near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-73 Accessories: Ammo, bipod, drums, water can Barrel Length: 29" Caliber/Bore: 7.92x57mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: German Model: Maxim 08/15 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 7184

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(N) Near Mint Group Industries M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) Near Mint Group Industries M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) Near Mint Group Industries M2 Heavy Barrel Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 399)

Near mint, unfired Group Industries M2 Heavy Barreled .50 Cal machine gun. Black hard composite grips. Muzzle attached at end of barrel. Heavy ground tripod marked “E.P.” included with stirrup and traverse and elevation mechanism present. Headspace and timing gauge also included. Spare barrel with carrying handle included. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original dull gray refinish upon remanufacture with only the slightest of handling marks. Gun appears unfired. Tripod is extremely fine to near mint fine with brown corrosion just on the bottom edges of the feet, more so on the left side. Near excellent shine bores in both barrels. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. A superior condition specimen for the savvy investor or shooter who wants to own and shoot the best. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-69 Barrel Length: 50" Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Group Industries Model: M2 Browning Paperwork: No Serial Number: 200167

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(N) High Original Condition Scarce Early Experimental M3 “Grease Gun”  Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC) (N) High Original Condition Scarce Early Experimental M3 “Grease Gun”  Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

(N) High Original Condition Scarce Early Experimental M3 “Grease Gun” Machine Gun (CURIO AND RELIC)

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 399)

This early M3 is marked on left side of magazine housing “SUB-MACH GUN” “CAL .45 M3”, “U.S. NO HX” and simply “guide”. This gun is registered under an IRS number, with additional description data referencing the "HX" (indicating experimental) serial number on the magazine housing. There are assembly numbers on the underside of the trigger guard, and on the underside of the ejector port cover. This lot includes an additional barrel assembly with flash hider and a total of five original 30 round magazines. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original smooth gray finish on the gun with near excellent deep blue original finish on the magazines. Slight scratch on the right side of the receiver from actuating the cocking handle, with some slight wear to gray patina on the pistol grip on the high edges, with some noticeable scratches on both sides of the trigger. Bore in gun barrel near excellent, shiny and bright. Spare barrel bore mint, shiny and bright with some preservative grease. Bolt is also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. Pretty difficult to upgrade the condition of this specimen. An investment grade level example of the highly sought M3 model Grease Gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-77 Accessories: Mags, barrel Barrel Length: 8 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Guide Lamp Div. Model: M-3 Grease Gun Paperwork: No Serial Number: IRS5154A

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(N) High Condition Heckler $ Koch Model SG-1 Sniper Machine Gun in Wooden Box (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE) (N) High Condition Heckler $ Koch Model SG-1 Sniper Machine Gun in Wooden Box (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

(N) High Condition Heckler $ Koch Model SG-1 Sniper Machine Gun in Wooden Box (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 399)

Extremely attractive Heckler & Koch SG-1 Sniper rifle with Carl Zeiss 1.5 x 6 scope with caps, bipod, and high cheek rest at comb of stock.. Accessories also include one each original 10 & 20 round magazines, as well as green plastic cleaning kit, all within soft foam green wooden box specially made for this kit. The lid has an insert window with a typewritten card providing the settings (graduations) and ranges for the scope in both meters and yards (very thoughtful). One can see someone did some meticulous testing and took the time to document it so it would not need to be repeated. A very significant bonus for this lot. Gun is marked “G3FS” with serial number and proof mark “IB” indicating 1981 manufacture on left side of magazine well. Three position selector for the American market, “S, E, F”. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent factory original gray black finish with wear to bare metal where the selector rotates and some loss of finish at the high edges around the ejection port. Bolt has a hand inscribed number “4” visible through the ejection port when in the forward position. Scope has a couple of blemishes to the finish, but the optics are clear and the scope is very attractive on this rifle. Magazines are extremely fine. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent, absolutely clean. Mechanics are crisp. This is just a fantastic rifle set up for precision shooting with the added bonus of also having select-fire capability. What fun this would be to take to the range !! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE ONLY TO CURRENT ACTIVE FLL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 ONLY. THIS STATUS ALLOWS THIS GUN TO BE RETAINED BY THE FFL/SOT DEALER PRIVATELY WITH BATF APPROVAL UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR FFL/SOT LICENSE, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK-18-108 Accessories: Case, Accessories Barrel Length: 19" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H&K Model: SG-1 Serial Number: 17S994

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(N) Investment Level Mint Unfired Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE) (N) Investment Level Mint Unfired Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

(N) Investment Level Mint Unfired Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 399)

Police department acquired Heckler & Koch Model 53 machine gun with one original 30 round magazine and green web sling. This specimen was purchased by a police department and then never issued out or fired. Proof mark “ID” indicates 1983 manufacture. Serial number on left side of magazine well with three position selector “O, 1, 25”. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is new unfired with factory original preservative grease still in the action. Magazine and sling appears to be new as well. Bore and bolt are mint. Mechanics are crisp. Investment level condition not often encountered. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE ONLY TO CURRENT ACTIVE FLL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 ONLY. THIS STATUS ALLOWS THIS GUN TO BE RETAINED BY THE FFL/SOT DEALER PRIVATELY WITH BATF APPROVAL UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR FFL/SOT LICENSE, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-104 Accessories: Mag, sling Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H&K Model: 53 Paperwork: No Serial Number: C111493

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(N) Desirable and Highly Effective Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE) (N) Desirable and Highly Effective Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

(N) Desirable and Highly Effective Heckler & Koch Model 53 Machine Gun (PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE)

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 399)

Police department acquired Heckler & Koch Model 53 machine gun with one original 30 round magazine and green web sling. Many police departments and other discerning agencies acquired and issued these highly effective high quality manufactured machine guns in the in the early 1980’s. Proof mark “ID” indicates 1983 manufacture. Serial number on left side of magazine well with three position selector “O, 1, 25”. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent black hard coat original finish with some slight loss of finish to the high edges. Forward sling ring has lost finish to expose bare metal. Composite furnishings of buttstock and pistol grip near excellent. Handguards show some light handling marks with a noticeable ¼” mark on right side. Magazine appears to be new as is sling. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt very fine. Mechanics are crisp. If I was an FFL/SOT dealer I would snap up one of these to enjoy shooting, knowing I could keep it after I retired. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE ONLY TO CURRENT ACTIVE FLL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 ONLY. THIS STATUS ALLOWS THIS GUN TO BE RETAINED BY THE FFL/SOT DEALER PRIVATELY WITH BATF APPROVAL UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR FFL/SOT LICENSE, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-103 Accessories: Mag, sling Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .223 Remington FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H&K Model: 53 Serial Number: C111341

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(N) Outstanding USMC Marked Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Outstanding USMC Marked Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Outstanding USMC Marked Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 399)

Exceedingly fine specimen of a World War II issue Reising M50 machine gun complete with one magazine and one original vintage Lift-the-Dot web sling. The Reising machine guns, such as this one, were issued to US Marine Corp troops during World War II when insufficient quantities of Thompsons were available. This one is marked on the left side of the receiver "USMC" and exhibits a dull grey parkerized finish. Typical Harrington & Richardson address on top of receiver with three position selector. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent. Arsenal refinish on metal parts with some light handling marks to the wooden stock. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is very fine, shiny and bright. Bolt face also very fine. A fine and classic World War II collectible. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 14" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H&R Model: 50 Paperwork: No Serial Number: S5474

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(N) Extremely Fine Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Extremely Fine Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Extremely Fine Reising Model 50 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 399)

Extremely Fine Harrington & Richardson Reising Model 50 machine gun with original blue felt lined trunk case formerly the property of the Watertown Police Department and so stenciled on the outside. Three original 25 round magazines are included. Compensator at muzzle with "P" proof mark on top of barrel where it meets receiver. Case colored three position selector on right side of receiver. Typical peep sight. All were features of this submachine gun, which was pressed into service during World War II when insufficient quantities of Thompson machine guns were available. This model also saw extensive use by police departments as this one apparently has. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and finish are very fine. High, lustrous blue original finish with some slight loss of finish in spots around manufacturer markings. Wood has been lightly sanded and refinished with some light handling marks. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is very good, shiny and bright. Bolt face also very good with evidence of firing. Trunk case is extremely fine with liner and compartments in very good condition. The Reising design enjoys the advantage of firing from a closed bolt allowing for a generally more accurate first shot than open bolt firing machine guns. It makes a fine entry-level machine gun which also fits the historical World War II machine gun collecting genre. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Accessories: Case, two extra mags Barrel Length: 13 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H&R Model: Reising Paperwork: No Serial Number: 46503

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(N) New in Box Hard Times Armory Converted Under-folding Stock Chinese AKS Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSF (N) New in Box Hard Times Armory Converted Under-folding Stock Chinese AKS Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSF

(N) New in Box Hard Times Armory Converted Under-folding Stock Chinese AKS Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSF

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 399)

Hard Times Armory converted AKS 74 machine gun with folding stock. Often and rightfully identified as the most produced and widespread machine gun design the AK-47 and its descendant models function well in even the most adverse conditions, and shoot even after left submerged in mud. Prior to May 1986, one could purchase a semi-auto version and send it to a capable machine gun manufacturer to be converted to, and registered as a fully transferable to individuals machine gun. This cataloger recalls very clearly bringing a very nice semi-auto to the local gun store where the owner promptly purchased it and sent of off for conversion, return, and subsequent sale to another customer as a machine gun. Alas no longer possible. Three Thirty round magazines, bayonet, web sling, plastic oil bottle, as well as original Styrofoam fitted shipping box is included with this lot. Cleaning rod under barrel. Reciver serial number is the only visible number. “HT ARMORY SMYRNA GA” is hand inscribed at bottom of receiver. Other markings on the left side of the receiver are “AKS SEMI-AUTO” “7.62 X 39 MM” “MIN SHAN FACTORY” “MADE IN CHINA” forward of Mag well, the importer, “CLAYCO SPORTS” “CLAY CNTR. KS.” CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is mint, unfired near excellent retaining nearly all of its original lustrous blue refinish upon conversion to select fire by Hard Times Armory. Scratches in the finish where the selector actuates on right side, with added machined groove for full-auto position for the selector. Handguards also mint, as are magazine and accessories. Factory original shipping box has plastic tape on outside with matching serial number in black marker. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS FULLY TRANSFERABLE. JWK 18-54 Accessories: Box, Original Accesories including 2 additional magazines and bayonnet Barrel Length: 16 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Hard Times Armory Model: AKS Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 102060

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(N) Scarce Korean Daewoo Model K1A1 Machine gun in Original Box as Registered by Hard Times Armory ( (N) Scarce Korean Daewoo Model K1A1 Machine gun in Original Box as Registered by Hard Times Armory (

(N) Scarce Korean Daewoo Model K1A1 Machine gun in Original Box as Registered by Hard Times Armory (

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 399)

Korean Daewoo telescoping stock model K1A1 machine gun as converted to select fire and registered by Hard Times Armory. Marked, “Made in Korea” with Daewoo manufacturer’s logo on left side, and “Imported by STOEGER IND.” On right side, this gun comes in its original box with matching serial number. Includes one black web sling and four new in the box green follower “OKAY” marked magazines. Added, “AUTO” marking above the “SEMI” marking on left side of receiver. Telescoping shoulder loop and M16 style pistol grip, as well as magazine well which is designed to take M16 magazines make this a popular, albeit rather rare model of machine gun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is as new in the box with little if any evidence of it ever having been fired. Shipping sticker still on left side of receiver. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. Investment quality condition specimen difficult to find in this condition and with original matching box. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS FULLY TRANSFERABLE. JWK 18-40 Accessories: Box, 2 additional mags, sling Barrel Length: 17" Caliber/Bore: 5.56mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Hard Times Armory / Daewoo Model: K1A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 016940

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(N) Incredible and Historic Harrington and Richardson Experimental U.S. M-14 Machine Gun with Spare (N) Incredible and Historic Harrington and Richardson Experimental U.S. M-14 Machine Gun with Spare

(N) Incredible and Historic Harrington and Richardson Experimental U.S. M-14 Machine Gun with Spare

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 399)

Absolutely fantastic Harrington & Richardson M14 machine gun with “X” prefix serial number, beautiful wooden stock with brown composite handguard, and with spare original experimental short barrel, cylinder, and forend cap. Also included is an exceptionally rare experimental “swing-out” folding stock which is fitted with hardware for a forward pistol grip. Also included is a Beretta BM-59 stock fitted with a wooden handgrip. Also included is a copy of a letter written by a Veteran which attests that the folding stock with vertical pistol grip was indeed experimented with and tested by the U.S. Military. Consignor states this was a de-accessed museum gun from the H & R Museum. This very gun is featured in Frank Iammancio's book on the M14 rifle. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original gray non-reflective finish on metal parts with some slight loss of finish at the high edges of the flip-up buttplate, Magazine retains nearly all of it original finish and displays very well with this gun. Buttstock #1 with slotted hardware for detachable and adjustable vertical grip is extremely fine with smooth gray finish consistent with military finish of the period. Wood is extremely fine with some light handling marks with added hardware boss and recessed spaces on both sides for when shoulder loop is in folded position. Stock was inletted then filled forward of vertical grip hardware apparently incidental to finding an appropriate position for the hardward. Buttstock #2 is more familiar side swing-out shoulder loop with no provision on the stock for vertical grip. Butt has a catch which will allow shoulder piece to pivot upwards and to the rear, out-of-the-way when folder. Very interesting !! Hardware again is finished consistent with military finishes of the period. There is a semi-circular bruising to the left side of the forward portion of the stock above the sling swivel. All three stocks are strong and serviceable and display very well. Bore and bolt are near excellent. Bolt drawing number 7790186 and marked “HRT A16 BIH”. Mechanics are crisp. Even if one were to set aside the two folding stocks, this is about the nicest M-14 to come along for public offering in years !! An opportunity not to be missed by the U.S. Military rifle collector. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-105 Accessories: Stocks, barrel Barrel Length: 24 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Harrington & Richardson Model: M-14 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: X-40

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(N) Highly Desirable Original Curio & Relic Eligible IMI Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Highly Desirable Original Curio & Relic Eligible IMI Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Highly Desirable Original Curio & Relic Eligible IMI Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 399)

Original IMI marked within oval Uzi machine gun with no markings on right side of receiver. Current registration form lists "Israeli Military Industries" as manufacturer. Includes one original 32 round magazine and a green web sling. Bayonet lug, swing-out shoulder loop, three position selector "A R S", as well as flip-up peep sight are features on this machine gun. Israeli proof marks visible on trigger frame and stock arrangement. Continuously in service for more than 50 years, the Uzi is an iconic modern military firearm. Overall, in appearance and finish, extremely fine to near excellent. Original smooth grey finish with some slight handling marks and brassing to the sight protection ears. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. bolt face also near excellent. Composite furnishings extremely fine. Very fine specimen for the modern military machine gun collector. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 10 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: IMI Model: Uzi Paperwork: No Serial Number: 42903

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(N) Desirable & Collectible IMI-Israel Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Desirable & Collectible IMI-Israel Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Desirable & Collectible IMI-Israel Uzi Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 399)

Highly desirable, original Israeli Military Industries Uzi sub-machine gun with Action Arms Ltd. address on right side of receiver. NFA registry lists "Israeli Military Industries" as the name and address of manufacturer on current registration form. Equipped with a bayonet lug, this machine gun appears to have all original parts including one 32 round magazine. Flip-up rear peep sight, sling down shoulder loop and three position selector "A R S"; all are standard features. The Uzi is a highly effective machine gun and quite accurate even to include longer ranges in the hands of an experienced firer. Overall appearance and finish are fine to very fine. Original grey military finish with some brassing to the high points, particularly at the sight protection ears. Finish is thinning at selector. Magazine is in commiserate condition. Composite forearm shows typical handling marks. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt fact likewise extremely fine. Finding an original Uzi is a wonderful opportunity for the modern machine gun collector. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 10 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: IMI Model: Uzi Paperwork: No Serial Number: 107327

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(N) Highly Desirable and Rare WW2 “U.S. PROPERTY” Marked INGLIS Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUCTIVE DE (N) Highly Desirable and Rare WW2 “U.S. PROPERTY” Marked INGLIS Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUCTIVE DE

(N) Highly Desirable and Rare WW2 “U.S. PROPERTY” Marked INGLIS Boys Anti-Tank Rifle (DESTRUCTIVE DE

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 399)

“U.S. PROPERTY” and “INGLIS” “1943” marked with “R.B. MK I” (For Rifle Boys” on left side of receiver. Visible numbers matching on barrel, bolt, and receiver. Bipod is numbered 2562. Original later production muzzle and bipod present. Includes one original 5 round magazine. The Boys Anti-tank rifles were issued to British, Canadian and U.S. forces in the early years of World War 2. They were effective against lightly armored vehicles. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original smooth dull blue finish with preservative grease over some brown patina, with bolt near excellent in the white with brown preservative grease. Bore and bolt in condition for this to potentially be and unfired specimen. Wood cheek rest near excellent with a couple light handling marks. Both handgrips appear extremely fine with only a couple dings to the bottom of the pistol grip with otherwise light handling marks. The aluminum hardware of the pistol grip and buttplate assembly are as they are supposed to appear. Rubber recoil pad remains supple and serviceable. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE”. JWK 18-78 Barrel Length: 38" Caliber/Bore: .55 Boys FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Inglis Model: Boys Paperwork: No Serial Number: 4T1535

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(N) Desirable Finnish Lahti 20 MM Anti-Tank Rifle With Accessories (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE) (N) Desirable Finnish Lahti 20 MM Anti-Tank Rifle With Accessories (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

(N) Desirable Finnish Lahti 20 MM Anti-Tank Rifle With Accessories (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 399)

Fine to extremely fine Finnsh Lahti with typical “20 PST. Kiv. /39” with VKT Logo on left side of receiver and serial number. Boldly engraved “SA” marking to left of serial number. Barrel is SN 955 and does not match receiver SN. Muzzle break appears to be a high-quality faithful replacement. Accessories include 8 magazines, 4 Magazine boxes of which one has a leather hinge, original wooden box gunner’s tool kit which is nearly complete including 4 section brass cleaning rod, brushes, 2 take-down wrenches (spanners), broken case extractor, spare firing pin, 3 coil springs, and 2 tin oilers as well as “strap-on” carrying pad for attachment just forward of the butt to ease the burden for the gunner when moving this gun. Original “SA” marked gun cover also included as are three rounds of original 20 mm ammunition headstamped “20B” and dated “40”. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very fine deep lustrous blue original finish with some scattered areas of light pitting, particularly at the top of the original shoulder pad, and on the bottom of the pistol grip guard. Otherwise finish is thinning to a pleasing gray patina at the barrel, with brown patina visible through holes of wood barrel guard. Receiver exhibits extremely fine to near excellent finish coverage. Wooden barrel guard very fine without any cracks. Wooden cheek rest very fine. Rubber extracted case bumper at bottom of receiver very fine. Rubber of shoulder rest is in good supple serviceable condition but needs to be reattached at the bottom where retention screw is not present. Combination skids/bipod in very good original condition. Firearm bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright. Bolt also extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a registered destructive device and fires semi-automatic. Although bulky to move around it is more portable than many of it contemporaries, and ammunition is more or less available. Special note should be taken that the firer needs to be mindful of where both hands are when shooting this weapon as the expended case strikes the guard in front of the handgrip with great force. This is a very fine example of its kind and will the included accessories, a very nice ensemble. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE. JWK 18-60 Accessories: Ammo, Magazines, Magazine Cases Barrel Length: 55" Caliber/Bore: 20MM FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Lahti Model: 1939 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 963

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(N) Fantastic Near Mint Maremont M-60 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE) (N) Fantastic Near Mint Maremont M-60 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

(N) Fantastic Near Mint Maremont M-60 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 399)

Fantastic example of the US M60 machine gun in its classic configuration. It includes one spare barrel assembly and original sling. The M60 machine gun was the staple for US forces during the Vietnam War and into the contemporary army era. Instantly recognizable by veterans and as seen in films, its steady rate of fire combined with the ability to quickly change barrels make it a very popular machine gun. Only external serial number is at left side of trunnion. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish near mint. Feed tray shows only some slight loss of finish where the belt rides. Inside of receiver shows only the slightest wear from charging the bolt and closing the top cover. Top cover has slight loss of finish on the lower lip right side, invisible when the top cover is closed. Composite furnishings near excellent. Bores of both barrels extremely fine shiny and bright. Mechanics are crisp. An investment grade specimen of the very highest order, pretty much impossible to upgrade. A wonderful item for the modern American military historian and enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-70 Accessories: Barrel Barrel Length: 27" Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Maremont Model: M60 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0771010

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(N) High Condition Marlin Rockwell 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle as Retrofitted to 1918 A2 Configura (N) High Condition Marlin Rockwell 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle as Retrofitted to 1918 A2 Configura

(N) High Condition Marlin Rockwell 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle as Retrofitted to 1918 A2 Configura

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 399)

Outstanding example of a Browning Model 1918 automatic rifle with "MODEL 1918" model designation on top of receiver with US flaming bomb proof mark. This gun has been retrofitted with a smooth, hard black composition buttstock with flip-up shoulder rest, uncheckered wooden forearm, carrying handle, bipod, third (and best) model gas port adjustment nut, and three position selector making it of 1918 A2 configuration. Barrel is devoid of markings. External receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. One 20 round magazine included. Many 1918 Model BARs were retrofitted for World War II and later as this one has been. The concept had changed from providing a "Walking Fire" to a gun which could be utilized both in this manner and as a bipod mounted machine gun. Soldiers often stripped the excess weight of the bipod and carrying handle off the guns during combat use. Extremely fine to near excellent as arsenal refurbished. Smooth grey finish on metal parts; some thinning and blemishes to the finish on the barrel. Rear sight is a New England Small Arms replacement. Right side of receiver shows scattered pinprick pitting under the refinish which in no way detracts from the overall handsomeness of this gun. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is extremely fine, shiny and bright. Forend and buttstock show some light handling marks. The BAR is an extremely popular machine gun at the range and certain to bring a smile to any who fire it. This specimen is particularly handsome. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 27" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Marlin Rockwell Model: BAR 1918 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 256392

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(N) Rare Original Maxim .30 caliber silencer (SUPPRESSOR) (N) Rare Original Maxim .30 caliber silencer (SUPPRESSOR)

(N) Rare Original Maxim .30 caliber silencer (SUPPRESSOR)

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 399)

4 ¾ “ long rare original Maxim model 1910 silencer with last patent date May 9th 1910. Manufactured in Hartford, CT. Registered with an IRS number. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is fine original smooth blue finish with some scattered light pitting and loss of finish to a gray patina. Bore is dark and greasy. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “SUPPRESSOR”. JWK 18-78 Barrel Length: 4 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: .30 Caliber FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Maxim Model: Silencer Paperwork: No Serial Number: IRS5998

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(N) Exceptional New in Box Cobray Ingram (N) Exceptional New in Box Cobray Ingram

(N) Exceptional New in Box Cobray Ingram "Powder Springs" M10 Military Armament Corp .45 ACP Machine

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 399)

New in box Ingram MAC M10 machine gun as produced in Powder Springs, GA. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. It incorporates a telescoping shoulder stock and screw-on vented barrel extension, and includes the following additional accessories: Rare original factory black leather holster, one metal 30 round “Grease Gun” magazine, one metal magazine loader, 1 heavy machined screw-on flash hider, a Cobray owners manual, front holding strap, and original cleaning rod as well as original factory cardboard sleeve box and plastic wrapper which the gun came in. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is mint, unfired retaining all of its original factory dull gray finish. Holster is in exceptional condition. Factory original box has plastic tape on outside but retains original factory lable with matching serial number. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. The MAC machine guns have enjoyed a rise in popularity recently with the introduction of aftermarket attachments which enhances their tactical effectiveness. This specimen is of investment quality with a rare accessory, and as a .45 Acp gun, packs a real punch !! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-53 Accessories: Box, Barrel Extention, Flash Hider, Holster Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Military Armament Corp. Model: M-10 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 1-3003316

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(N) Exceptionally Rare U.S. Westinghouse Browning Tank Machine Gun on Rare Model 1918 Tripod (CURIO (N) Exceptionally Rare U.S. Westinghouse Browning Tank Machine Gun on Rare Model 1918 Tripod (CURIO

(N) Exceptionally Rare U.S. Westinghouse Browning Tank Machine Gun on Rare Model 1918 Tripod (CURIO

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 399)

Marked on right sideplate, “U.S. INSP.” “BROWNING TANK MACHINE GUN” “U.S. CAL. 30 MODEL OF 1919” “MFD, BY N.E. WESTINGHOUSE CO” “PATENTS APPLIED FOR”. Original Safety bar present. Rare Model 1918 Standard Equipment Company tripod included as well as an original belt loading machine in original box. This is one of the very few registered original specimens of this early U.S. tank machine gun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent deep lustrous blue arsenal refinish with some areas starting to thin at high edges and at attachment points, as well as at the muzzle. Trigger and bolt are appropriately in the white. Extremely sought after Model 1918 tripod also extremely fine to near excellent. Original brass identification disk present with leather leg retention strap. Bore of gun is spectacular, shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-automatic only machine gun. Consignor states this is the only specimen of its kind available as a Curio and Relic eligible and fully transferable gun. Museum quality specimen. Perfect for an early armor collector or advanced early US machine gun collector. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-64 Barrel Length: 17" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: N. E. Westinghouse Model: M1919 Tanker Paperwork: No Serial Number: 13675 CORRECTION: Tripod pictured and described in print catalog is not going with this gun. Tripod which will be included with this gun will be a rare U.S. Model of 1918 Tripod. Correct vintage military tripod to go with this gun.

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(N) U.S. WW2 New England Small Arms 1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) Machine Gun (CURIO AND REL (N) U.S. WW2 New England Small Arms 1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) Machine Gun (CURIO AND REL

(N) U.S. WW2 New England Small Arms 1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) Machine Gun (CURIO AND REL

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 399)

New England Small Arms BAR manufactured in September 1944 with government rebuild markings and dated ”11-66” “RRAD” on top of receiver. Barrel has flaming bomb marking and date “9-44” below “NE-7”. Flaming bomb proof also discernible forward pf chamber as well as tiny “Inter American” import marking. Inside of receiver opposite ejection port marked “B161037E” The BATF indicates this is a fully transferable machine gun. Gun has original deep brown to black composite buttstock, and smooth wooden handguard, bipod and carrying handle assemblies as well as one original 20 round magazine. Green web sling also included. Gun incorporates the third (and best) model gas port regulator, and final model pronged flash hider consistent with 1966 rebuild date for the Viet Nam era. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine as arsenal refurbrished finish with expected wear to the finish at the carrying handle attachment point. Wood and composite butt are near excellent. Bore and bolt also near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a full-auto only. For those of you awaiting a WW2 BAR with potential for having made it to Viet Nam, this is the one you have been looking for. Seems as though these New England manufactured guns surface less frequently in recent years. This is a very fine specimen with a nice smooth action in great condition! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A CURIO AND RELIC. JWK 18-119 Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: New England Small Arms Model: 1918A2 BAR Paperwork: No Serial Number: 665481

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(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled (N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with partially obscured manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings and “Model AK-74” with “5.56” markings on left side of receiver. Sticker-tape on left side of receiver with previous owners identification number and caliber (helpful when one has multiple guns which look externally the same). This rifle incorporates a flash hider reminiscent of the MG-42 machine gun, and has hard composite furnishings, including side-folding stock, and a web sling. The gun is fitted with a Belarus manufactured scope mount with a battery operated “aim point” scope. Rotating the knob on the right side of the scope turns on and then brightens a red aiming dot within the scope. The lot includes one 30 round clear plastic magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is exceptionally fine matte black hard coat finish with blued action cover and near excellent bore and bolt face. Optics are clear and aiming dot visible when scope is turned on. An exceptionally fine, high condition short barreled rifle of a great weapons system. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-121 Barrel Length: 15" Caliber/Bore: 5.56x45mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: AK-74 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0003252

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(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled (N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with partially obscured manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings and “Model MK-99” with “7.62 “ markings on left side of receiver. Original gun serial number “BR 42254” on left side of receiver with sticker-tape also on left side of receiver with previous owners identification number and caliber. This rifle incorporates a large flash hider, and has hard composite furnishings, including side-folding stock, web sling, and compact canvas cleaning kit. The gun is fitted with a Belarus manufactured scope mount with a battery operated “aim point” scope. Rotating the knob on the right side of the scope would normally turn on and then brighten a red aiming dot within the scope. The lot includes an exceptionally long U.S. manufactured steel magazine with yellow sticker “RPK”, and also a black plastic 40 round magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is exceptionally fine matte black hard coat finish with blued action cover and near excellent bore and bolt face. Optics are clear however this cataloger found the scope’s aiming dot to be in the “on” position when cataloging this gun, and the battery is apparently expended. An exceptionally fine, high condition short barreled rifle in a desirable caliber. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-122 Accessories: Mag, kit Barrel Length: 15" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: MK99 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0004823

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(N) Apparently Unfired ITM Arma Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic S (N) Apparently Unfired ITM Arma Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic S

(N) Apparently Unfired ITM Arma Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic S

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with partially obscured manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings on left side of receiver. This rifle incorporates a large flash hider, and has attractive deep rich brown wooden fore-end and folding steel buttstock, and has a green web sling. It includes a black plastic 40 round magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is apparently new unfired with preservative grease still in the action, and matte black hard coat finish with blued action cover and near excellent bore and bolt face. An exceptional condition short barreled rifle. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-123 Barrel Length: 11" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: MK99 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0004309

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(N) Very Short and Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (*AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automa (N) Very Short and Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (*AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automa

(N) Very Short and Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (*AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automa

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.” “7.62 MK 99”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with clear manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings on the left side of receiver, this rifle incorporates an underfolding metal stock loop reminiscent of the MP-40 and a flash hider reminiscent of the MG-42 machine guns. It utilizes a wooden upper handguard, hard brown composite lower handguard, and black composite pistol grip, and includes a web sling and one an exceptionally long U.S. manufactured steel magazine, and one 40 round black plastic magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is exceptionally fine matte black hard coat finish with blued action cover and near excellent bore and bolt face. A very nice, compact and handy shooting package. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-124 Accessories: mag Barrel Length: 10 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: MK99 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0001836

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(N) Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic Short Barrel (N) Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic Short Barrel

(N) Compact ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted MK-99 (AK-47 Look Alike) Semi-Automatic Short Barrel

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with clear manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings on left side of receiver. Original host gun serial number on left side of receiver, “DZ 6959”. This rifle incorporates an side-folding metal shaft stock loop with side-opening muzzle break/flash hider. It has a composite vertical fore-end pistol grip and composite pistol grip behind trigger guard. It includes a leather sling and one an exceptionally long 40 round U.S. manufactured steel magazine, and one 10 steel magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is exceptionally fine matte blue finish with lustrous blued finish USA manufactured long magazine with yellow “RPK” sticker. Near excellent bore and bolt face. A fine, compact and handy shooting package. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-125 Accessories: mag Barrel Length: 14 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 7.63x39mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: MK99 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0001315

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(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled (N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

(N) Extremely Fine Condition ITM Arms Co “Peter Fleis” Converted AK-74 Semi-Automatic Short Barreled

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 399)

Marked “P.L.F. ST. L. MO.”, with serial number on bottom of receiver with partially obscured manufacturers logo and “Made in USA” markings and “Model AK-74” with “5.45” markings on left side of receiver. Sticker-tape on left side of receiver with previous owners identification number and caliber (helpful when one has multiple guns which look externally the same). This rifle incorporates a flash hider reminiscent of the MG-42 machine gun, and has hard composite furnishings, including side-folding stock, and a web sling. The gun is fitted with a Belarus manufactured scope mount with a battery operated “aim point” scope. Rotating the knob on the right side of the scope turns on and then brightens a red aiming dot within the scope. The lot includes one 40 round matte black pained magazine. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine matte black hard coat finish with blued action cover and near excellent bore and bolt face. Optics are clear and aiming dot visible when scope is turned on. An nice lightweight, compact, high condition short barreled rifle. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-126 Barrel Length: 14 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: 5.45x39mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Peter Fleis Model: Ak-74 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 0002362

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(N) Near Mint Early Police Ordnance Model 6 Machine Gun in Original Case with Magazines & Accessorie (N) Near Mint Early Police Ordnance Model 6 Machine Gun in Original Case with Magazines & Accessorie

(N) Near Mint Early Police Ordnance Model 6 Machine Gun in Original Case with Magazines & Accessorie

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 399)

Simply magnificent original specimen from the Police Ordnance Co. Model 6 machine gun complete with two original cleaning rods, two magazines, and the original instruction manual in its original trunk case. In many ways, reminiscent of the Thompson Machine gun, the Police Ordnance Model 6 was less costly to manufacture. It incorporates a "KING" rear sight, reminiscent of those seen on Winchester rifles. Threaded receiver cap for retaining the mainspring and bolt and three position selector on right side of receiver. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Overall appearance and original finish is extremely fine to near mint. A couple of small dings to the right side of the stock and a very slight blemish to the finish at the top of the receiver near the manufacturer's address. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is fine, shiny and bright. Case is extremely fine with wear to the contact points of the blocking. These Police Ordnance guns are well made and although simplified, shoot quite well. This is a top condition specimen for the investor/shooter. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Accessories: case, extra magazine Barrel Length: 9" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Police Ordnance Model: 6 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 332

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(N) Police Ordnance Co. Model 6 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC). (N) Police Ordnance Co. Model 6 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

(N) Police Ordnance Co. Model 6 Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC).

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 399)

Extremely fie Police Ordnance Co. Model 6 machine gun bears more than a passing resemblance to the iconic Thompson machine gun. One might say a far less expensive copy. This is an extremely early specimen with a three-digit serial number and "KING" patent rear sight, very reminiscent of those seen on Winchester rifles. Bolt and mainspring retain by a screw-in cap at the rear of receiver with a push button release. One 30 round magazine is included. High quality wooden furnishings with sling swivels that complete the profile of this machine gun intended for sale to police departments. Overall in appearance, extremely fine original lustrous blue finish. Barrel has plier jaw marks at outer edge where at one time the barrel had been apparently removed. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt face is extremely fine. Wood is extremely fine with some occasional light handling marks. An attractive machine gun and an early manufactured specimen of this model. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 11" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Police Ordnance Model: 6 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 227

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(N) Very Desirable and Handy RPB Industries Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 .380 Machine Gun (FUL (N) Very Desirable and Handy RPB Industries Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 .380 Machine Gun (FUL

(N) Very Desirable and Handy RPB Industries Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 .380 Machine Gun (FUL

Lot #87 (Sale Order 86 of 399)

This .380 Acp Ingram M-11 Machine gun was produced in Powder Springs, GA and incorporates a telescoping wire shoulder stock and vented barrel extension. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. This gun includes five 30 round magazines, one metal magazine loader, 1 camouflage four cell magazine holder, a Cobray owners manual, and a plastic doskicil foam lined gun case. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near mint unfired retaining almost all of its original factory dull gray finish. Slight loss of finish as the forward edge of the cocking handle slot where the cocking handle touches. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. These little MAC 11’s are incredibly compact and handy, and have become sought after collector’s items, even as they remain effective hand held firepower. It would be difficult not to be impressive firing one of these little gems in each hand. Wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end !! THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 10-44 Accessories: Case, 5 magazines, loader, barrel extention, manual Barrel Length: 5" Caliber/Bore: .380 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: RPB Industries Model: M11 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: A807

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(N) Highly Popular Cobray RBP Industries MAC M10-A1 Military Armament Corp 9mm Machine Gun With Lots (N) Highly Popular Cobray RBP Industries MAC M10-A1 Military Armament Corp 9mm Machine Gun With Lots

(N) Highly Popular Cobray RBP Industries MAC M10-A1 Military Armament Corp 9mm Machine Gun With Lots

Lot #88 (Sale Order 87 of 399)

This great condition MAC M10-A1 machine gun was produced in Marietta, GA. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. In addition to being fitted with a telescoping shoulder stock and vented barrel extension, this gun includes the following additional accessories: Five metal 30 round magazines, one metal 50 round magazine, one metal magazine loader, 1 wooden shoulder stock, 1 plastic brass catcher, 1 barrel thread protector, a Cobray owners manual, and a plastic doskicil foam lined gun case. Additionally, more accessories are included in a second plastic doskicil case: three zytel 30 round magazines, 1 cloth brass catcher, 1 barrel thread protector, 1 barrel holding strap, 1 green web sling, 1 long barrel extension, 2 fake barrel extensions, and a Cobray owners manual. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent with very little evidence of firing, retaining almost all of its original factory dull gray finish. The selector has lost its blackening leaving it a dull aluminum color. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select-fire machine gun. The MAC machine guns have enjoyed a rise in popularity recently with the introduction of aftermarket attachments which enhances their tactical effectiveness. One can see them right alongside H & K products at range and tactical competition events. A very popular and good running machine gun, and a choice entry level recreational machine gun which has proven for many to also have been a good investment. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-45 Accessories: 2 cases with accesories Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: RPB Industries Model: M10-A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: B1922

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(N) Exceptional and Fantastic New in Original Shipping Box Maremont M60E3 Machine Gun With 2 Mint Or (N) Exceptional and Fantastic New in Original Shipping Box Maremont M60E3 Machine Gun With 2 Mint Or

(N) Exceptional and Fantastic New in Original Shipping Box Maremont M60E3 Machine Gun With 2 Mint Or

Lot #89 (Sale Order 88 of 399)

Absolutely fantastic find ! New unfired, with original packing materials in original carboard box M60E3 machine gun. Two sealed black heavy duty plastic bags containing total of 2000 links are included with this lot. Original factory cardboard inserts and preservative paper is included with this gun as well as U.S. Marine Corps Technical Manual, and cover latch wrench, and other tools still sealed in their original factory plastic shipping pouch. The M60E3 is the improved and lightened model of the M60 which was fielded in 1986. It was nominally fielded with a lightweight barrel intended to provide greater mobility as well as with a standard heavier barrel for when sustained fire was desired. This specimen is one of the very few of this model which managed to meet the cut-off to be fully transferable to individuals. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish new unfired and mint in original cardboard shipping box. Composite parts finish near excellent. Box exhibits some brassing to the edges, and tape glue stains but remains a serviceable container. Bore and bolt are both mint. Investment level firearm of the very highest order for the modern U.S. Military collector/enthusiast. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-100 Accessories: Box, Belt boxes Barrel Length: 17 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Saco Model: M60E3 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 213540

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(N) New in Original Box Sig Sauer Model 551A Semi-automatic Short Barreled Rifle (SHORT BARREL RIFLE (N) New in Original Box Sig Sauer Model 551A Semi-automatic Short Barreled Rifle (SHORT BARREL RIFLE

(N) New in Original Box Sig Sauer Model 551A Semi-automatic Short Barreled Rifle (SHORT BARREL RIFLE

Lot #90 (Sale Order 89 of 399)

Typical SIG-SAUER markings with Exeter, NH address on left side of receiver. Includes two original 30 round magazines, owner’s manual, and trigger safety lock. CONDITION: Overall appearance is new unfired in original factory brown cardboard box with SIG SAUER logo on exterior and paper band around pistol grip. Box is extremely fine with some foxing to the corners. Bore and bolt are both mint. Investment grade level gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A SHORT BARRELED RIFLE. JWK 18-106 Accessories: Box, Accessories Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: 5.56x45mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Sig Sauer Model: 551A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 43A004035

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(N) Desirable Viet-Nam Era (N) Desirable Viet-Nam Era

(N) Desirable Viet-Nam Era "T" Prefix Smith & Wesson Model 76 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE)

Lot #91 (Sale Order 90 of 399)

Early and highly desirable "T" prefix specimen of the high quality manufactured Smith & Wesson Model 76 machine gun with one original 36 round magazine marked “9mm ctg”. The standard civilian production guns were serialized with a "U" prefix U101 through U6100. There was a small navy contract produced and delivered during the Viet Nam war. Close examination reveals the different technique of welding as compared to other standard production models. Could likely be a "Toolroom" gun. This specimen exhibits a nice matte finish which is superior to several of the other "T" prefix guns this cataloger has observed. With production starting in 1967 and running through 1974, the Smith & Wesson model 76 machine guns are in the process of becoming Curio & Relic eligible, just as the original M16’s are, and in six years all of these original guns will attain Curio and Relic status. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent smooth blue finish just starting to lose some of its sheen on the receiver tube. Black hard rubber of swing-out shoulder loop extremely fine Composite grip also near excellent. Magazine retains nearly all of its gray green finish. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt extremely fine. A very attractive and fine specimen of a model which has been gaining popularity as not only a Viet-Nam era machine gun, but also as a very fun recreational shooter. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. JWK 18-102 Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: M-76 Paperwork: No Serial Number: T1148

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(N) Extemely Fine Smith & Wesson Model 76 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE). (N) Extemely Fine Smith & Wesson Model 76 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

(N) Extemely Fine Smith & Wesson Model 76 Machine Gun (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

Lot #92 (Sale Order 91 of 399)

Extremely fine, high quality manufactured Smith & Wesson Model 76 machine gun. "T" prefix serial number indicates this was not a standard production model gun, and may well have been a U.S. Navy contract gun. The model 76 was manufactured from 1967 to 1974 and normal production numbers had a "U" prefix. This select fire machine gun has an ambidextrous three-position selector; full, semi and safe, which makes it comfortable for persons who are left-handed as well as right-handed. One original Arabic marked magazine "14", "24" and "36". Hard composite pistol grip with swing-out shoulder loop with hard rubber casing to facilitate comfort to the firer under hot or cold conditions. Straight forward and easily disassembled for cleaning, this machine gun is a lot of fun to shoot, very durable and relatively inexpensive. Overall appearance and finish are extremely fine to near excellent with some handling marks. Original finish. Bright, shiny bore. Clean bolt face. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/8" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 76 Paperwork: No Serial Number: T1183

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(N) High Condition Brazilian Manufactured FN-FAL Match Grade Machine Gun as Registered by Springfiel (N) High Condition Brazilian Manufactured FN-FAL Match Grade Machine Gun as Registered by Springfiel

(N) High Condition Brazilian Manufactured FN-FAL Match Grade Machine Gun as Registered by Springfiel

Lot #93 (Sale Order 92 of 399)

Designed by Fabrique Nationale and designated as "Light Automatic Right" (French: Fusil Automatique Léger), the FN-FAL has been marketed world-wide and was adopted by NATO forces in the cold war era with great satisfaction and success. This particular specimen utilizes a high quality forged receiver and was originally manufactured under license from FN by Indústria de Material Bélico do Brasil (IMBEL),at Itajubá in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil as a match grade Semi-Automatic FAL for the American market. This was under contract for Springfield armory and designated as the model SAR-48 (Semi Automatic Rifle). Subsequent to the guns arrival to the United States, it was converted and registered as a machine gun by Springfield Armory. Right side of receiver marked, "Springfield Armory, Geneseo, IL with magazine well marked with crossed cannons Springfield Armory logo and "1005-SA-48-MATCH". Left side of receiver marked "SAR-48" "7.62 mm" with serial number. Accessories include one 20 round magazine, one 30 round magazine and a gunner's tool kit in tin box with brush and pull-through, and a black web sling. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine dark black enamel finish and blue on all metal parts with a small area of finish loss to the rear of the ejection port. The composite handguard and buttstock show some light handling marks. Bore is near excellent, shiny and bright. Bolt is near excellent. Mechanics are crisp. The FAL rifle saw widespread military use in over 90 countries for over 3 decades. It is a highly effective full-power .308 battle rifle and is a top quality rifle caliber machine gun of the highest order of reliability. and would make a fine addition to any machine gun collection. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4. Accessories: 2 magazine and cleaing kit Barrel Length: 22 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x51mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Springfield Armory Model: SAR-48 Paperwork: No Serial Number: SA1591

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(N) Incredibly Scarce and Highly Desirable Historic WW1 Austrian Schwarzlose Machine Gun as Converte (N) Incredibly Scarce and Highly Desirable Historic WW1 Austrian Schwarzlose Machine Gun as Converte

(N) Incredibly Scarce and Highly Desirable Historic WW1 Austrian Schwarzlose Machine Gun as Converte

Lot #94 (Sale Order 93 of 399)

Rare example of the Austrian Schwarzlose in 8 x 57mm Mauser, marked on left side “WAFFENFABRIK STEYR” “1918”, and on right side “M.G.. (SCHWARZLOSE)” “7/12”. Brass fill cap and drain hardware present and serviceable. Parts are pretty much mis-matched throughout. Numerous accessories are included: Original tripod Original shoulder extension attachment, original belt loading machine in box, Spare parts kit with two water jackets, 2 Belgian proofed Schwarzlose barrels which have been converted to 7.92 x 57 mm mauser, three different reproduction wrenches for disassembling the gun, original all-steel Schwarlose cleaning rod, an armorer’s “support set” including broken cartridge extractor, water jacket hose strainer in wooden box, aperture tool in wood box, spare grip swutch, and spare firing pin. Two empty cloth belts, three metal ammo cans with steel belted Turkish brass cased berdan primed 7.92 mm ammunition, and two original wooden ammo boxes. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine refinished coverage with repainted water jacket. Receiver shows moderate pitting and flash hider light pitting under the refinish, with the rear handgrip hardware and having extremely fine smooth surfaces. Internal parts very clean and serviceable. So typical of combat theater used weapons, although the exterior may have taken a beating from the elements, the Soldier made certain the operating parts were maintained in good condition. Bores of all barrels very fine, shiny and bright. Mechanics are fine and smooth. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO AND RELIC ELIGIBLE. JWK 18-71 Accessories: Ammo, Tripod Barrel Length: 33" Caliber/Bore: 8mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Steyr Model: M07/12 Swarzlose Paperwork: No Serial Number: 38652

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(N) Classic Savage Manufactured Military Model 1928A1 Thompson Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC) (N) Classic Savage Manufactured Military Model 1928A1 Thompson Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

(N) Classic Savage Manufactured Military Model 1928A1 Thompson Machine Gun (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #95 (Sale Order 94 of 399)

Auto Ordnance 1828 Thompson in classic military configuration with bullet logo and diamond Auto Ordnance Cutts compensator, "L" style peep sight, horizontal forend, flaming bomb Ordnance mark, sling swivels and one Bridgeport 50 round drum magazine. "GEG" and "RLB" initials present on left side of receiver, along with "S" prefix serial number indicating Savage manufacture. Serial numbers match to upper and lower receivers. 1928 internal parts. Barrel exhibits capital "P" at the 12 o'clock position where it meets the receiver, as well as a barely discernible marking at the three o'clock index line. 1928A1 Thompson was a less expensive transition from the original Colt 1921 Model with most notably a simplified rear sight. Overall a handsome finish, very good to fine original smooth grey finish thinning to a grey patina in places with milling marks readily apparent on receiver. Barrel and compensator exhibit a much more lustrous blue finish and is almost certainly a replacement. Drum exhibits about 85% original blue finish, turning to a grey patina particularly at the high edges. Wood furnishings show moderate dings and handling marks with a couple of chips to the wood. The pistol grip was painted a light brown at some point in the past which is now flaking. Bore is very fine, shiny and bright. Bolt face is fine with a discolored ring around the firing pin hole. Action is very smooth and positive. A nice representative specimen of a US military Thompson which will no doubt be very durable for years to come. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 12 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Thompson Auto Ordnance Model: 1928A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: S472230

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(N) Highly Collectible U.S. Guide Lamp M3 (N) Highly Collectible U.S. Guide Lamp M3

(N) Highly Collectible U.S. Guide Lamp M3 "Grease Gun" (CURIO & RELIC)

Lot #96 (Sale Order 95 of 399)

Fine representative specimen of the US M3 grease gun as manufactured by Guide Lamp. Distinctive over the later model because of the cocking lever on the right side of the receiver. The ejection port cover must be open in order for it to fire. There is a recessed hole in the bolt which corresponds to a tab on the cover to allow the cover to remain closed with the bolt forward. Bolt cover opens and closes freely. Typical markings on left side of magazine housing including cross cannons Ordnance symbol visible below "GUIDE" marking. Simple rear peep sight, sliding shoulder loop and all pressed steel construction made this a very economical alternative to the Thompson or Reising machine guns. One original 30 round magazine is included. Overall appearance and finish is fine. About 80% original smooth grey finish thinning overall from good, honest use. Action is smooth. Bore is fine, shiny and bright. Bolt face is also fine. These grease guns are very comfortable and surprisingly accurate to shoot, and are loads of fun at the range. A very popular a sought after machine gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS CURIO & RELIC ELIGIBLE. Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: U.S. Guide Lamp Model: M3 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 076894

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(N) Extremely Rare and High Condition Swiss Model 1941 Anti-Tank Gun in 24 MM (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE) (N) Extremely Rare and High Condition Swiss Model 1941 Anti-Tank Gun in 24 MM (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

(N) Extremely Rare and High Condition Swiss Model 1941 Anti-Tank Gun in 24 MM (DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE)

Lot #97 (Sale Order 96 of 399)

Marked “Bern” with swiss cross, and dated 1941, this Anti-tank gun includes in addition to its original wheeled tripod and shoulder rest bar, an original transit chest, 4 original web and leather magazine carrying satchels and 13 original magazines, as well as original muzzle cover are included with this lot. Sheet metal toggle action cover not present, but this does no affect functionality. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine to near excellent original smooth dull blue finish with black enamel paint, and otherwise black anodized parts. Charging handle has loss some of its anodization revealing aluminum colored alloy underneath. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is in the white also near excellent condition. Cart/Tripod and wheels, as well as tires are extremely fine and serviceable. A superior condition specimen of a very well made and WW2 desirable anti-tank gun. A knowledgeable collector has related there are not more than 6 specimens of this kind registered for private ownership in the United States. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE”. JWK 18-83 Accessories: Carriage, Chest, Mags, carriers Barrel Length: 76" Caliber/Bore: 24.5mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Wafenfabrik Bern Model: 41 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 2943

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(N) High Condition Swiss Solothurn S-18-1000 Anti-Tank Gun on Rare Original Transit Cart (DESTRUCTIV (N) High Condition Swiss Solothurn S-18-1000 Anti-Tank Gun on Rare Original Transit Cart (DESTRUCTIV

(N) High Condition Swiss Solothurn S-18-1000 Anti-Tank Gun on Rare Original Transit Cart (DESTRUCTIV

Lot #98 (Sale Order 97 of 399)

Swiss S-18-1000 Anti-Tank gun with visible numbers all matching. Original transit chest, both large and small muzzle breaks, 13 original magazines, 3 magazine carriers, and leather tool pouch with broken case extractor, spare firing pin, brushes, and high quality entrenching tool. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is near excellent original lustrous blue finish with preservative grease remaining in places. Bore is near excellent shiny and bright. Bolt is in the white also near excellent condition. Cart retains about 85% of its original paint with wheels and tires in fine serviceable condition. We have offered these before and even provided digital video of firing through Forgottenweapons.com - This is a superior and very collectible as well as shootable WW2 Anti-tank gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 AS A “DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE”. JWK 18-84 Barrel Length: 61" Caliber/Bore: 20mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Waffenfabrik Solothurn Model: S18/1000 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 1274

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(N) High Performance Walther MPK Machine Gun with Spare Walther MPL Upper Assembly (PRE-86 DEALER SA (N) High Performance Walther MPK Machine Gun with Spare Walther MPL Upper Assembly (PRE-86 DEALER SA

(N) High Performance Walther MPK Machine Gun with Spare Walther MPL Upper Assembly (PRE-86 DEALER SA

Lot #99 (Sale Order 98 of 399)

Very fine ensemble of the high quality Walther manufactured MPK machine gun with spare MPL upper assembly with spare mainspring and mainspring guide. Also included are two original canvas carriers, black leather magazine 3-cell pouch, and four original 30 round magazines. Marked with Walther banner logo on left side of lower receiver and typical German selector markings of, “S”, “D” and “E” (Safe, Full, and Semi-Auto to us here in America), this machine gun has a folding steel shoulder loop covered in hard gray enamel paint, hard brown composite grips, and ambidextrous selector. The “K” in MPK indicates “Kurz” or “Short” in German, and is their designation for the short-barreled model. This word, “Kurz” is on the left side of the upper assembly currently on the gun. The “L” model indicating “Lange” or “Long” indicates the 10 3/8” long-barreled model. Neither upper assembly serial number matches the lower “registered” receiver of this machine gun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish of all metal assemblies and magazine is near excellent original dull gray finish. Both bores are extremely fine, shiny and bright. Bolt faces are also extremely fine. Mechanics are crisp. This is a select fire machine gun. Canvas carriers show some wear and 1 has a 1” tear at back seam and the other a 4 ½” tear at back seam. Glossy black leather pouch is near excellent. These Walther machine guns are very well made, run well, and are popular tactical and recreational machine guns. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS TRANSFERABLE AS A PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE TO ACTIVE CURRENT FFL/SOT DEALERS ON AN ATF FORM 3 ONLY. THIS STATUS ALLOWS THIS GUN TO BE RETAINED BY THE FFL/SOT DEALER PRIVATELY WITH BATF APPROVAL UPON THEIR RELINQUISHING THEIR FFL/SOT LICENSE, SUBJECT TO ANY STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS. JWK 18-41 Accessories: Addition Upper Reciever, 3 additional mags, 2 carrrying cases, mag pouch Barrel Length: 7", 10" Caliber/Bore: 9mm FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Walther Model: MPK Serial Number: 6512

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(M) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope (M) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope

(M) New Unfired Cased Barrett M107A1 .50 BMG Semi-Automatic Rifle With Leupold Mk 4 Scope

Lot #100 (Sale Order 99 of 399)

New in box, no longer manufactured Barrett M107A1 Semi-auto rifle, including bipod, Leopold Mark 4 scope, five original 5 round magazines, sealed original Barrett cleaning kit, torque wrench, pull-through cleaning snake and Dewey cleaning rod, all in original factory foam fitted pelican case. The BOFORS attachment was never available as a catalog order item but the consignor was able to acquire this one new from the factory as a military contract overrun. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is new unfired in original Pelican 1770 case. Scope is in perfect unused new condition. Bore and bolt are both mint. Accessories sealed in their original packaging where applicable including original factory owner’s manual. Impossible to upgrade the condition of this specimen. An investment grade level gun. Will transfer just as any modern rifle. JWK 18-95 Accessories: case, Accessories Barrel Length: 33 - 1/2 Caliber/Bore: .50 BMG FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Barrett Model: M107A1 Paperwork: No Serial Number: AE002889

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Rare and Desirable U.S. Military Sub-Caliber Device for the M-20 75 MM Recoiless Rifle in Original B Rare and Desirable U.S. Military Sub-Caliber Device for the M-20 75 MM Recoiless Rifle in Original B

Rare and Desirable U.S. Military Sub-Caliber Device for the M-20 75 MM Recoiless Rifle in Original B

Lot #101 (Sale Order 100 of 399)

Department of the Navy Special Devices (Device 3-F-9) manufactured for the National Guard of the United States Sub-caliber unit for the U.S 75 MM recoiless rifle. Vintage is 1953 according to the enclosed original maintenance and utilization manual and is in its original military wooden box. This device utilizes a .75 mm subcaliber round, .22 caliber assembly, .30 caliber barrel, .30 caliber adapter assembly and small parts for practice and training purposes. Essentially, the sub caliber barrel with adapter collars is inserted into a dummy shell casing and projectile the size of a normal round, and a disk shape breech is screwed onto the chamber end which accepts either a .22 caliber rimfire round, or .30 caliber round depending which of the barrels are used. Both barrels are present in this kit. This kit appears complete and serviceable. CONDITION: Appears near mint and unused in its original preservative grease with grease staining to the manual. Bore covered in preservative grease. Box is in fine original condition with two screws missing from right hand side hinge. Screw holes in wood appear undamaged so screw replacement should be straightforward. A wonderful find for the owner of a 75 MM recoiless rifle. JWK 18-127

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Helicopter Mounting Equipement For Mounting the M60 Machine Gun to Viet Nam Era Helicopter Including Helicopter Mounting Equipement For Mounting the M60 Machine Gun to Viet Nam Era Helicopter Including

Helicopter Mounting Equipement For Mounting the M60 Machine Gun to Viet Nam Era Helicopter Including

Lot #102 (Sale Order 101 of 399)

Two M60D sear and safety housing assembly, two M60D full-auto sears, one M60D spare sear activator, two M60D sear links (one with spring and nut), one M60D retaining buffer yoke, one M60D flat spring, three M60D grip and trigger assemblies, two M60D magazine hanger assemblies, two M60D magazine feed trays, two M60D rear “spider” sights, two M60 magazine bracket assemblies, two spare M60D linear-rotary rollers for the cartridge feed trays above, one M60D safety, two 500 round ammunition boxes for the M23 armament subsystem for the M60 door gun, two aluminum flexible chutes for the M60 door gun, two metal box holders for the M60D for a helicopter or vehicle mount (each box holder will hold two 100 round waxed cardboard ammunition boxes). Two nylon 100 round bandoleers (1980’s vintage), two M60D rubber dust covers, three M60D cartridge ejection control bag adapters, one M60D helicopter empty cartridge ejection control bag on frame, one worn used M60D ejection control bag , one vintage 1968 dated M60D empty cartridge bags without frame in plastic wrapper. JWK 18-117

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M60 Machine Gun Parts Lot M60 Machine Gun Parts Lot

M60 Machine Gun Parts Lot

Lot #103 (Sale Order 102 of 399)

Standard M60 parts include: One M60E3 barrel with E4 Vortex flash hider, one standard M6E3 flash hider, one M60E4 rail system as produced for U.S. Ordnance, three complete bolt assemblies, three operating rod assemblies, three shoulder stocks (one without buttplate), two hydraulic buffer assemblies, two handgrips, two cheek pads, one top cover assembly (without internals), one bipod assembly, one receiver channel (in the white), one flash hider, one rear sight, three actuator assemblies, two trigger assemblies, one cam feed assembly, one braided coil mainspring assembly, two standard mainspring assemblies, five bolt plug pins, one feed pawl, one very early M60 100 round bandoleer and cardboard box dated 8/1958, one green cammoflage (2004) bandoleer, one gray cammoflage (2011) bandoleer, bag of 6 Israeli M60 starter tabs, bag of two M60 feed tray parts, 4 M60 combination wrenches, One M60 cleaning kits as found in spare barrel bag, one M60 broken case extractor, one extractor removal tool, three washer keys, and numerous other small internal parts including firing pins, ejector parts, and two tripod mount covers, one in original sealed paper packaging dated 1967. JWK 18-118

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Lot of Five U.S. M-60 Machine Gun Spare Barrel Assemblies Lot of Five U.S. M-60 Machine Gun Spare Barrel Assemblies

Lot of Five U.S. M-60 Machine Gun Spare Barrel Assemblies

Lot #104 (Sale Order 103 of 399)

Five standard M60 machine gun barrel assemblies with bipods and gas regulators. four appear serviceable and ready to put on a gun. The fifth barrel is a rare “blank firing” barrel almost certainly used for Hollywood film production. This particular barrel is missing its gas regulator nut and is immediately distinguishable because of its lustrous blue finish. CONDITION: The four standard barrels are all extremely fine to near excellent original gray finish with near excellent shiny bores. The “blank” barrel is extremely fine lustrous blue finish with some scattered brown patina thinning to gray. JWK 18-120

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M60 Machine Gun Tripod and Mount Lot with Armored High Pedestal Mount M60 Machine Gun Tripod and Mount Lot with Armored High Pedestal Mount

M60 Machine Gun Tripod and Mount Lot with Armored High Pedestal Mount

Lot #105 (Sale Order 104 of 399)

Pedestal mount with armor shield head as well as M3 low mount for M-60 machine gun. U.S. M64 adapter for this armor shield head included. CONDITION: Extremely fine green painted finish on armored head with likewise extremely fine original finish on M3 low tripod. JWK 18-115

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Highly Desirable Lot of M-60 Manuals, and Conversion Feed Tray For M-60 Machine Gun to Non-disintegr Highly Desirable Lot of M-60 Manuals, and Conversion Feed Tray For M-60 Machine Gun to Non-disintegr

Highly Desirable Lot of M-60 Manuals, and Conversion Feed Tray For M-60 Machine Gun to Non-disintegr

Lot #106 (Sale Order 105 of 399)

Over 50 manuals and TM’s for the M60 machine gun, including rare and early 1962 original military manual, military exploded parts diagram, with manuals running into the 1970’s and 1980’s. Complete conversion feed tray to convert the M60 machine gun to utilize non-disintegrating MG42/MG3 belts and 10 belts of non-disintegrating link belts for the M60 conversion to shoot MG42/MG3 belts. CONDITION: Extremely fine with many preserved in zip-lock plastics bags. Belts also sealed in plastic bas and stored in plastic tote. Just a tremendous ensemble for the M60 Machine gun collector enthusiast. JWK 18-116

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Extremely Rare and Desirable Original WW2 Boys Anti-Tank Rifle Magazine box with 5 Original Magazine Extremely Rare and Desirable Original WW2 Boys Anti-Tank Rifle Magazine box with 5 Original Magazine

Extremely Rare and Desirable Original WW2 Boys Anti-Tank Rifle Magazine box with 5 Original Magazine

Lot #107 (Sale Order 106 of 399)

Very desirable WW2 Boys Anti-Tank Rifle magazine box with 5 original magazines. Original paint and web carrying handle. CONDITION: Near excellent original finish on box and magazines. JWK 18-85

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.50 BMG Ammunition Lot of Approximately 5100 Rounds Total .50 BMG Ammunition Lot of Approximately 5100 Rounds Total

.50 BMG Ammunition Lot of Approximately 5100 Rounds Total

Lot #108 (Sale Order 107 of 399)

Approximately 5100 rounds total of .50 BMG ammunition broken out as follows: Approximately 1500 rounds of armor piercing incendiary from Thunderbird Cartridge Company in original cardboard shipping boxes. 35 total metal ammo cans of linked ammunition as follows: 2100 rounds (21 cans) armor piercing incendiary, 400 rounds (4 cans armor piercing and ball mixed), 600 rounds (6 metal ammo cans with ball and tracer mixed), 175 rounds (1 can of tracer, with 1 additional partial can of armor piercing incendiary). JWK 18-128

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MG34 Display Non-Gun. MG34 Display Non-Gun.

MG34 Display Non-Gun.

Lot #109 (Sale Order 108 of 399)

Original albeit mismatched Nazi parts with shroud marked "dot" (Waffenwerke Brunn). Unproofed top cover. Dummy receiver without recesses for bolt or chamber. Nazi proofed buffer. Post-war unproofed buffer cup with post-war wooden butt. Aluminum side panel pistol grip assembly. Original Nazi proofed bipod. No forcing cone within muzzle. Barrel and shroud permanently affixed to dummy receiver. No bolt or mainspring. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance very good with lustrous blue on muzzle. Grey post-war finish on shroud and buffer cup, as well as top cover and feed block. Corrosion visible on top cover pivot pin and at base of barrel. All in all a very presentable display piece. Accessories include a short 25 round segment of .30-06 dummy cartridges.

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(N) Crescent Arms Co. (N) Crescent Arms Co.

(N) Crescent Arms Co. "Certified Shotgun" with 12 - 1/4" Barrel (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #110 (Sale Order 109 of 399)

This gun was made by the Crescent Davis Arms Corp from 1930 until about 1934 with a total production of approximately 4000. It was made to compete with the H&R Handy Gun for home defense and small game shooting. This gun is marked "PROOF TESTED 410 GAUGE" on top, and "2 1/2" SHELLS" on left side of barrel. Case hardened top lever hammer action is marked "CRESCENT CERTIFIED SHOTGUN" "CRESCENT - DAVIS ARMS CORPORATION" "NORWICH, CONN, U.S.A." on left side. Grip frame is cast integral with action and serial number is on butt. Slab grips are of walnut. Splinter type forend has spring tension release. CONDITION: Excellent, appears to have been fired very little, with sharp edge wear on metal surfaces, and a few marks in wood. Mechanically excellent. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 252 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Crescent Arms Co. Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 3205

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(N) Crescent Arms Co. (N) Crescent Arms Co.

(N) Crescent Arms Co. "Certified Shotgun" (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #111 (Sale Order 110 of 399)

This gun was made by the Crescent Davis Arms Corp from 1930 until about 1934 with a total production of approximately 4000. It was made to compete with the H&R Handy Gun for home defense and small game shooting. This gun is marked "PROOF TESTED 410 GAUGE" on top, and "2 1/2" SHELLS" on left side of barrel. Case hardened top lever hammer action is marked "CRESCENT CERTIFIED SHOTGUN" "CRESCENT - DAVIS ARMS CORPORATION" "NORWICH, CONN, U.S.A." on left side. Grip frame is cast integral with action and serial number is on butt. Slab grips are of walnut. Splinter type forend has spring tension release. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, near new, appears to have been fired very little, with a hint of sharp edge wear on metal surfaces, and a few light scratches in wood. Mechanically excellent. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 253 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Crescent Arms Co. Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 2827

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(N) Superb Condition Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with an  Original Box  (Registered as (N) Superb Condition Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with an  Original Box  (Registered as

(N) Superb Condition Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with an Original Box (Registered as "Any Ot

Lot #112 (Sale Order 111 of 399)

Designed for home defense, but also useful for small game hunting, the H & R Handy gun was very popular until production ceased due to the implementation of the National Firearms Act. This example, in exceptionally fine condition, has 12 - 1/4" barrel which made it legal in many states before the NFA where a pistol was defined as having a barrel length of 12" or less. Barrel is marked ".410 - 12mm" "CHOKE" on top. Case hardened top lever action with hammer is marked "HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS CO" "WORCESTER, MASS U.S.A." on right side and "H & R. "Handy Gun"" on left. Serial number is on rear spur forming part of mounting area for walnut pistol grip. Both sides of grip are checkered. Very small forend has spring tension release. Gun is accompanied by an original H&R box with red logo over black printed name and address on top. End label is for a 12 - 1/4" Handy Gun. Right side is printed with serial number 43413 which is also in pencil on top. Box contains packaging material and catalog pages. CONDITION: Excellent, near to new, appears to have been fired very little, with only a few light handling marks in all finishes. Most notably a 3/16" x 1/16" ding on right side of forend. Bore is excellent. Mechanically excellent. Box is fine, foxed with scattered black soiling. End label is good. A very fine example of this truly handy gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 251 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H & R Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 33336

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(N) Early Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8 (N) Early Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8

(N) Early Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8" Barrel (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #113 (Sale Order 112 of 399)

The "Handy Gun" was always very popular, and the 8" barrel version was truly quite handy. This gun is marked "410 - 12 mm" on top. Blued top lever hammer action is marked "HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS CO" and "WORCESTER, MASS U. S. A." on left side. Early guns were not marked "Handy Gun" on right. Serial number is on action top spur. Comfortable one piece walnut grip is nicely checkered. Small forend screws to barrel. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal parts retain over 80% blue with sharp edge wear, some scratches and flecking. Bore is excellent, Mechanically fine. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 256 Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H & R Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 1972

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(N) Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8 (N) Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8

(N) Harrington & Richardson Handy Gun with 8" Barrel (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #114 (Sale Order 113 of 399)

The "Handy Gun" was always very popular, and the 8" barrel version was truly quite handy. This gun is marked "410 - 12 mm" on top. Blued top lever hammer action is marked "HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS CO" and "WORCESTER, MASS U. S. A." on left side. Early guns were not marked "Handy Gun" on right. Serial number is on action top spur. Comfortable one piece walnut grip is nicely checkered. Small forend screws to barrel. CONDITION: Fine. Metal parts retain 60- 70% blue with loss due to cleaning on left side over some light pitting subsequently cold blued. Finish on right side is original and rates about 85%. Stocks show considerable wear and handling. Bore is excellent, Mechanically fine. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 257 Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: H & R Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 2555

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(N) Essex Gun Works Handy Gun (Registered as (N) Essex Gun Works Handy Gun (Registered as

(N) Essex Gun Works Handy Gun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #115 (Sale Order 114 of 399)

Made by H&R for Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky, who used Essex Gun Works as a trade name, this "handy gun" has 12 - 1/4" blued barrel marked "MADE IN U.S.A. 410 GA CHOKE" on top. Top lever hammer frame is nickel-plated and marked "ESSEX" "GUN WORKS" stamped over the large letters "SX" on left side. Walnut grip is checkered. Small forend has spring tension release. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrel retains approximately 90% original blue with scattered flecking. Action retains nearly all of its nickel finish with some light scuffs and a few scratches. Essex lettering was double stamped at factory. Stocks have a few light marks in their original finish, checkering remains light in color. Bore is excellent. Mechanically excellent. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 254 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Essex Gun Works Model: Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 44022

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(N) Superb Original Condition, Scarce Flues Model, Ithaca Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Double Shotgun wit (N) Superb Original Condition, Scarce Flues Model, Ithaca Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Double Shotgun wit

(N) Superb Original Condition, Scarce Flues Model, Ithaca Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Double Shotgun wit

Lot #116 (Sale Order 115 of 399)

Introduced in 1922, the Auto & Burglar sold very well, and was advertised as a "home, office, and bank protector, far superior to a revolver or pistol because it gives a good wide pattern which allows even a poor gun pointer to score hits". The gun retailed for $37.50, and the holster was an extra $4.00. The first guns were built on the Flues action superseded by the NID in 1926. They were not made after about 1934 with the institution of the National Firearms Act. This high condition early model gun has 10" barrels with matted rib marked "SMOKELESS POWDER STEEL" and "MADE IN U.S.A." on tops. Case hardened action with non-automatic safety and double triggers is marked the same as most field grade Ithaca shotguns with dog and address on sides. Except a special mark (Auto & Burglar Gun) is hand engraved between dog and address. A special stock was made accommodating deeply swept down tangs to form pistol grip which has flare at top of grip to fit web of hand. A reinforcing dowel extends up through grip. Bottom of grip has an oval checkered area and sides are checkered in point pattern with bead borders. Matching short splinter forend has spring tension release. This gun comes with a fine example of the scarce original holster which is embossed "Auto and Burglar Gun" "MADE BY" "ITHACA GUN CO" "ITHACA N. Y." on flap. Rear has stitched on belt loop. Also included is an extremely rarer penny post card postmarked 1922 advertising the Ithaca Auto Burglar gun. CONDITION: Exceptionally fine, close to new, appears unfired, with only some sharp edge wear and slight silvering at fences and muzzles. Stocks are excellent. Bores are excellent. Mechanically excellent. Holster is fine, beginning to darken a bit, and has considerable crazing and some loss of top grain at hinge of flap. As fine an example of this interesting gun as one is likely to find. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 246. Accessories: holster Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: 20 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Auto & Burglar Paperwork: Yes Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 362393

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(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as (N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as

(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #117 (Sale Order 116 of 399)

The Ithaca Auto Burglar was introduced around 1922, and was touted as the perfect defense weapon. Early production, of course, was of the Flues model. After 1926 production changed to the NID with quite a few improvements. This gun has 10" barrels marked "SMOKELESS POWDER STEEL" and "MADE IN U.S.A." on tops. Matted concave rib has extension for NID rotary bolt. Case hardened action with non-automatic safety, pin type cocking indicators, and double triggers is marked with special roll die incorporating "Auto & Burglar Gun" between normal field grade, dog and address. In the new design, action tangs were not bent. A specially designed right angle stock was introduced. Flared grip portion is nicely checkered. Weak cross grain is reinforced by large inset central piece of wood held by two transverse screws., holes plugged. Shortened splinter forend has Deeley type release. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrels retain 80% original blue, with numerous marks, mostly on right side. Action with 80% original case hardening color, thinned on bottom. Trigger guard retains over 80% of its blue. There is some overall flecking and darkening of all metal surfaces. Stocks retain 90% of their original finish. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. There is a crack running parallel to trigger guard tang across pistol grip, which flexes. One top bolt plug missing. A good example of this interesting gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 248 Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: 20 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Auto & Burglar Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 432769

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(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as (N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as

(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #118 (Sale Order 117 of 399)

The Ithaca Auto Burglar was introduced around 1922, and was touted as the perfect defense weapon. Early production, of course, was of the Flues model. After 1926 production changed to the NID with quite a few changes. This gun has 10" barrels marked "SMOKELESS POWDER STEEL" and "MADE IN U.S.A." on tops. Matted concave rib has extension for NID rotary bolt. Case hardened action with non-automatic safety, pin type cocking indicators, and double triggers is marked with special roll die incorporating "Auto & Burglar Gun" between normal field grade, dog and address. In the new design, action tangs were not bent. A specially designed right angle stock was introduced. Flared grip portion is nicely checkered. Weak cross grain is reinforced by dowel from top to bottom. Shortened splinter forend has Deeley type release. CONDITION: Very fine. Barrels retain approximately 70% original blue. Action with 70% original case hardening color, silvered on bottom. Trigger guard retains over 80% of its blue. Stocks retain 80 - 90% of their original finish. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. There is a crack running parallel to trigger guard tang across pistol grip. A good example of this interesting gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 247 Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: 20 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Auto & Burglar Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 434414

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(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as (N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as

(N) Ithaca NID Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #119 (Sale Order 118 of 399)

The Ithaca Auto Burglar was introduced around 1922, and was touted as the perfect defense weapon. Early production, of course, was of the Flues model. After 1926 production changed to the NID with quite a few changes. This gun has 10" barrels marked "SMOKELESS POWDER STEEL" and "MADE IN U.S.A." on tops. Matted concave rib has extension for NID rotary bolt. Case hardened action with non-automatic safety, pin type cocking indicators, and double triggers is marked with special roll die incorporating "Auto & Burglar Gun" between normal field grade, dog and address. In the new design, action tangs were not bent. A specially designed right angle stock was introduced. Flared grip portion is nicely checkered. Weak cross grain is reinforced by dowel from top to bottom. Shortened splinter forend has Deeley type release. CONDITION: Very fine. Barrels retain approximately 70% original blue. Action with 70% original case hardening color, silvered on bottom. Trigger guard retains over 80% of its blue. Stocks retain 80 - 90% of their original finish. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. A good example of this interesting gun. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 249 Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: 20 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Ithaca Model: Auto & Burlgar Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 432727

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(N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Shotgun with 12 - 1/8 (N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Shotgun with 12 - 1/8

(N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Shotgun with 12 - 1/8" Barrel ("Any Other Weapon")

Lot #120 (Sale Order 119 of 399)

Blued barrel is marked "410 GAUGE ONLY" on top left of octagonal breech section, and "J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY." "CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. U. S. A." on top right. Blued tip up hammer action has latch release on left side. Frame has integral grip with heavy cap. Walnut grips are coarsely checkered. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining approximately 80% blue on metal parts with some light marks and flecking, mostly on right side of frame. Hammer and trigger retain most of their bright blue. Bore is excellent. Mechanically fine. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 258 Barrel Length: 12 -1/8" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: J. Stevens Arms Co. Model: Off Hand Tip-Up Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 28831

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(N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Pistol with 8 (N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Pistol with 8

(N) J. Stevens Off Hand Tip-Up .410 Pistol with 8" Barrel ("Any Other Weapon)

Lot #121 (Sale Order 120 of 399)

Blued barrel is marked "410 GAUGE ONLY" on top left of octagonal breech section, and "J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY." "CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. U. S. A." on top right. Blued tip up hammer action has latch release on left side. Frame has integral grip with heavy cap. Walnut grips are not checkered. CONDITION: Fine, with 10 - 15% blue on barrel and frame. Stocks have old oil refinish. Bore is excellent. Action is slightly loose. Otherwise Mechanically fine. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 259 Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: J. Stevens Arms Co. Model: Off Hand Tip-Up Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 13777

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(N) Lake Erie Chemical Co. Tear Gas Projector (ANY OTHER WEAPON) (N) Lake Erie Chemical Co. Tear Gas Projector (ANY OTHER WEAPON)

(N) Lake Erie Chemical Co. Tear Gas Projector (ANY OTHER WEAPON)

Lot #122 (Sale Order 121 of 399)

Lake Erie Chemical Company Tear Gas Projector as manufactured for law enforcement or prison use. it utilizes a 12 Gauge sized tear gas cartridge. Actuating the trigger causes the gas to discharge. CONDITION: Extremely fine overall. Mechnics are fine. An interesting piece of law enforcement history. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". JWK 18-130 Accessories: Box Barrel Length: 3" Caliber/Bore: 12 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Lake Erie Chemical Co. Model: Tear Gas Projector Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 9447

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(N) Marble Arm Co. Game Getter Over-Under Rifle/Shotgun Pistol (Registered as (N) Marble Arm Co. Game Getter Over-Under Rifle/Shotgun Pistol (Registered as

(N) Marble Arm Co. Game Getter Over-Under Rifle/Shotgun Pistol (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #123 (Sale Order 122 of 399)

Second generation Game Getter in 22 LR and.410 2" has 15" over-under barrels. Left side of mono-bloc is marked "Marble'S" "GAME GETTER GUN" and with company name and address. Right side is marked with calibers. A combination rear sight is on top. Blued action with case hardened trigger and hammer with two position nose, has trigger guard bow forming opening lever. Grips are of walnut, and gun incorporates nickel plated tubular steel folding stock. CONDITIN: Excellent, retaining over 95% all original finishes with marks and scratches in metal, mostly on left side. Bores are excellent. Mechanically fine. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 261 Barrel Length: 15" Caliber/Bore: .22 & .410 FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Marble Arm Co. Model: Game Getter Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 14792

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(N) Hibbard Model W.H. Handy Gun (Registered as (N) Hibbard Model W.H. Handy Gun (Registered as

(N) Hibbard Model W.H. Handy Gun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #124 (Sale Order 123 of 399)

Made by H&R for Hibbard Bartlett Spencer and Company of Chicago, Illinois, this "handy gun" has 12 - 1/4" blued barrel marked "410 - 12 mm CHOKE" on top. Top lever hammer frame is nickel-plated and marked "HIBBARD" on left side, and "MODEL W. H." on right. Walnut grip is checkered. Small forend has spring tension release. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrel retains approximately 90% original blue. Action retains nearly all of its nickel finish with some light scuffs and a few scratches. Stocks have a few light marks in their original finish, which has flaked to approximately 70%. Checkering remains light in color. Bore is excellent. Mechanically excellent. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 255 Barrel Length: 12 - 1/4" Caliber/Bore: .410 Bore FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Hibbard Model: W.H. Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 37618

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(N) Holland Firearms Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as (N) Holland Firearms Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as

(N) Holland Firearms Auto & Burglar 20 Gauge Side By Side Shotgun (Registered as "Any Other Weapon")

Lot #125 (Sale Order 124 of 399)

A modernized version of the famous Ithaca Auto & Burglar, this gun is made in Spain by Armas Erbi for Holland Firearms of Houston Texas. 10" Barrels are marked with makers name, address, and importer, along with gauge and chamber information on tops. Case hardened action features non-automatic safety and single non-selective trigger. Sides are marked "AUTO - BURGLAR". Late style Ithaca type right angle stock has laminated butt portion, and has diamonds at checkering. Grip is steel capped with lanyard ring. Splinter forend has Anson release. CONDITION: Excellent, near new, with only a few of the lightest handling and assembly marks. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 250 Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: 20 GA 3" FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Holland Firearms Model: Auto & Burglar Handy Gun Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 33320

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(N) Extremely Scarce Remington Rolling Block 16 Gauge Shotgun/ Pistol with Stock ( (N) Extremely Scarce Remington Rolling Block 16 Gauge Shotgun/ Pistol with Stock (

(N) Extremely Scarce Remington Rolling Block 16 Gauge Shotgun/ Pistol with Stock ("Any Other Weapon"

Lot #126 (Sale Order 125 of 399)

This pistol/ carbine in smooth bore, is seldom seen, as produced between 1867-1875. This example has 12" blued round barrel without makers name. Blued late no. 1 type rolling block action is marked "REMINGTONS ILION N.Y. U.S.A." and with 1864 and 1866 patent dates on left side. Serial number is on action face. Tangs are altered to form deep pistol grip with bronze addition forming full grip, with spur fitting web of hand. Grip sides are of walnut. Small walnut forend screws to bottom of barrel. Assembly number 31 is on bottom of barrel and bottom of bronze grip frame. This number also appears on bronze mounting "iron" with large knurled screw head which threads into hole at rear of grip. Wooden portion (birch?) of stock has chamfered edges. Extremely rare 1960's vintage Canadian Journal of Arms Collecting with article highlighting this rare gun is included with this lot. CONDITION: Fine, as custom fabricated. Barrel and action retain 60 - 70% blue, considerable flaked and browned. There is a chip missing from bottom front left grip side. Bore is fine. Mechanically good. Stock most likely newly made, does not fit frame well, and wood does not fit iron well. Although this is an Antique, it was registered as an "Any Other Weapon" under the provisions of the National Firearms Act. This means the buyer will need to undergo the NFA transfer process, or otherwise submit the gun to the BATF for exemption. THIS IS A NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT ITEM AND REQUIRES BATF APPROVAL PRIOR TO TRANSFER. THIS ITEM IS FULLY TRANSFERABLE ON AN ATF FORM 3 OR 4 CLASSIFIED AS "ANY OTHER WEAPON". MGM 260 Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: 16 Gauge FFL Status: NFA Manufacturer: Remington Arms Co. Model: Rolling Block Pistol Paperwork: Yes Sear Serial Number: N/A Serial Number: 2357 (on face of frame visible with forend removed)

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(C) OUTSTANDING CONDITION INCREDIBLY RARE AND HISTORIC MARCH 1962 HECKLER AND KOCH G3 MK SEMI-AUTO R (C) OUTSTANDING CONDITION INCREDIBLY RARE AND HISTORIC MARCH 1962 HECKLER AND KOCH G3 MK SEMI-AUTO R

(C) OUTSTANDING CONDITION INCREDIBLY RARE AND HISTORIC MARCH 1962 HECKLER AND KOCH G3 MK SEMI-AUTO R

Lot #127 (Sale Order 126 of 399)

Incredibly rare "ghost" of the collectible H & K rifles in America. This is a nearly identical rifle to the one offered in our March 14-15, 2016 auction. These were the very first of the G3 rifles imported into America in March of 1962 for the Santa Fe Division of the Golden State Arms Corporation. This fantastic specimen is one of reportedly only around 20 examples imported in the very first shipment into the United States and uniquely distinguishable from later July and November offerings of the same year. Marked "G3 MK 2088" and "HK 3/62" on left side of magazine housing with corresponding matching numbered lower and buttstock housing, SN "088 on the lower housing and the backplate of the buttstock match the receiver. Consignor has included in addition to the extremely and attractive wooden hand guard the extremely desirable metal handguard w/fold-out bipod legs. This is an extremely rare orig accessory. Also included is an original Shooting Times magazine dated November 1963 which contains an article by Capt. George C. Nonte Jr. on the H & K G-3. Also a copy of the orig 1963 Santa Fe Golden State Arms Corp promotional sales listing as well as a copy of the Golden State Arms Corp. G-3 instruction manual with a photo copy of the orig accessory sheets showing what was available and the prices. These guns were the purposely made semi-automatic "brothers" to the military select fire versions being fielded at the time. Although at first glance safety appears to have three positions, a raised dimple prevents it being moved beyond the 2nd position. Receiver is attractively marked, "MADE IN GERMANY FOR (LOGO) SANTA FE DIVISION GOLDEN STATE ARMS CORPORATION CALIFORNIA – U.S.A. CAL. 7.62 MM NATO". Top of bolt marked, "HK 3/62" and proofed "U". The bolt carrier marked "HK 4/62". Beautiful wooden buttstock and 2 forends, 1 wooden and the other metal w/bipod. Pistol grip is a hard black composite and so is butt plate. Bird cage flash hider at muzzle. This specimen includes one orig 20-rnd magazine marked, "G3 HK 4/62". This early model of the G3 was manufactured on Mauser tooling and is the pathfinder of the modern "modular" weapons concept, where a basic receiver design could be transformed into a specialized application for different kinds of uses, such as straightforward plain battle rifle, or folding stock for paratroop, or armor. Scopes and bipods, were easily fitted to this design in a successful attempt to meet the varying needs of the modern assault rifle. This design provided the framework for the MP5 and nearly all firearm platforms manufactured by Heckler and Koch for more than 3 decades. Included with this lot is an orig November 1963 "Shooting Times" with article by Capt. George C. Nonte Jr. on one of these early guns. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine orig smooth lustrous gray-blue finish on all metal parts. There is some slight loss of finish to bare metal where the charging handle meets the high edges of the charging handle slot and also where the selector moves against the receiver. There is also a couple of other errant blemishes and along the high edges of the magazine well. Magazine has a couple of brown spots, but none of this in any way detracts from the outstanding condition. The wood of forend and stock is exceedingly attractive, w/only the lightest of handling marks. It is interesting to note the early weld/manufacturing techniques used on this rifle. Internal parts and bore of this rifle are near pristine. Bolt face is particularly attractive, as is the grain of the wooden forend and buttstock. Bore is excellent, shiny, and bright. Shooting Times magazine in very fine orig complete condition. Although this rifle has obviously been shot, it must have been very little, and even then immediately cared for. Many of us are used to the later H & K guns and it is an extremely rare and welcome treat to see such an early specimen, particularly in such clean and attractive condition. Specimens such as these almost never surface on the collector market, and it is difficult to imagine a finer specimen. The fact that it is Curio & Relic eligible in addition to its scarcity make this a top prize for the modern rifle enthusiast. Accessories: Wood forward gaurd Barrel Length: 19 - 1/4 Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: H&K Model: G3 3/62 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 2088

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(C) 1908 Mondragon, Modified, Finned Barrel (C) 1908 Mondragon, Modified, Finned Barrel

(C) 1908 Mondragon, Modified, Finned Barrel

Lot #128 (Sale Order 127 of 399)

The Model 1908 Mondragon is a classic military firearm, the first semi-automatic rifle ever adopted by a major military. Designed in Mexico the rifle was built by Sig in Switzerland with most examples chambered in 7mm. In addition to Mexico the rifle was also used years later by the WWI German Observation Troops. Unlike most rifles, this mid-production example, previously written up as an experimental rifle, has been fitted with a larger than usual diameter barrel, tapering toward the front, that was machined with 17 - 1/2" of cooling fins. The last 5" of the barrel are round to which has been fitted and a more modern ramped front sight. Rear sight and handguard are absent. The gas port is solid without a cutoff. The bolt, missing the extractor, is fastened permanently to the operating rod that has been recontoured. Forward of the trigger guard is the usual safety. Magazine housing has been modified to include a spring loaded release, now secured with a cotter pin, to retain a recently made snail drum magazine, whose lips are distressed, closely modeled after the original and missing part of the foldable crank. The rust blued receiver, without crest, is numbered 1171 on the left side with the serial number repeated on the top of the bolt. The barrel, bolt, operating rod, and receiver cap are polished and in the white. Original walnut stock, missing barrel bands and associated spring, still with swivel at toe and accepted metal buttplate. CONDITION: Receiver with 90% of refurbished blue. Parts in the white near excellent with staining and scattered flecks of oxidation. Stock is very good with numerous dings and areas of discoloration. Repainted, reproduction snail drum magazine with most of its black paint. Action is sluggish with bolt needing some assistance to fully close. Manual safety functions properly. Bright bore with strong rifling. Magazine should be considered as a cosmetic but nonfunctional accessory. NOTE: It should be noted that while researching this rifle we came across another Mondragon that shared an identical serial number. Barrel Length: 23" Caliber/Bore: 7mm FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft Model: Prototype Serial Number: 1171

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(C) Rare Italian Scotti Model X Semi-Automatic Rifle. (C) Rare Italian Scotti Model X Semi-Automatic Rifle.

(C) Rare Italian Scotti Model X Semi-Automatic Rifle.

Lot #129 (Sale Order 128 of 399)

Italian Scotti Model X semi-automatic rifle. Chambered for the 6.5mm Carcano cartridge. Produced 1933 and developed by Alfrdo Scotti. Straight pull blow back design with an impinged gas system. Production is believed to be in the area of 250 total. While never adopted for military use these rifles were produced for Italian military trials. This specimen is serial number 14. This number is found on the stock, barrel band, bayonet lug, bolt, barrel and receiver. CONDITION: This rifle is missing the internal striker mechanism and the bolt head assembly. The stock has a live crack to rear of receiver. The blue finish is frosted and turning plum. This is a recent discovery rifle and is totally fresh to the market. Barrel Length: 23 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 6.5mm FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Scotti Model: X Paperwork: No Serial Number: 14

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(M) Valley Engraving Replica Colt 1878 Gatling Gun with Broadwell Drum Magazines. (M) Valley Engraving Replica Colt 1878 Gatling Gun with Broadwell Drum Magazines.

(M) Valley Engraving Replica Colt 1878 Gatling Gun with Broadwell Drum Magazines.

Lot #130 (Sale Order 129 of 399)

Wonderful reproduction 10-barrel Gatling with 18" bbl cluster mounted in orig type brass housing with steel frame. Trunnions are 1-1/4" and the cascable is 2". The articulated magazine base is for a Broadwell drum. Mounted in an iron yoke on iron furniture, all of which is mounted on an extraordinary reproduction oak and steel tripod. Top of the rear housing is fitted with a 3-1/2" rnd plate bearing the manufacturers name & address, the date 3 June 2009, Model 1878, Caliber 45-70 Gov., made by Valley Engraving LLC and Neal E Smith Jr. Accompanied by 3 reproduction Broadwell drums, engraved on the top plate, “BROADWELL DRUM – CAPACITY 216 ROUNDS – CALIBER 45-70 GOV DATE OF MANUFACTURE 29 DEC. 2008” along with a line of Cyrillic writing. All three drums have brass and iron carrying handle on top. Few reproduction Gatling guns reach this level of sophistication or attention to detail. All Gatling gun components come complete with their individual factory shipping crates and the factory instruction manual. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus. Appears to be new and unfired. Tripod also appears to be new. Accessories: 5 Shipping crates, 3 magazine and tripod Barrel Length: 18" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Valley Engraving Model: Colt 1878 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 014008

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(M) Incredible Matched Pair of Boss Type Over Under Sidelock Ejector Double Rifles by Charles Lancas (M) Incredible Matched Pair of Boss Type Over Under Sidelock Ejector Double Rifles by Charles Lancas

(M) Incredible Matched Pair of Boss Type Over Under Sidelock Ejector Double Rifles by Charles Lancas

Lot #131 (Sale Order 130 of 399)

This truly superb pair of rifles, built and finished by London's best, for a very particular client, are listed in long time rifle maker, Charles Lancaster records. Barrels and actions are by Boss out-workers, and rifles are finished by David Simmerton. The impeccable engraving is by Martin Bublik. 24" Demi-bloc barrels are fitted with H&H style quarter ribs holding one standing, one folding leaf express rear sights marked for 50 and 100 yards, as well as H&H style detachable scope bases. Matching front ramps hold gold beads. Tops of barrels are engraved "Charles Lancaster. London, England." Barrel flats are stamped with 1997 and 2009 London nitro proofs for .375 flanged. Rifles are built as a true pair with the numbers "1" and "2" stamped on bottoms of bottom barrels, and inlaid in gold on rib extensions, top levers, and forend tips. Sling loops are soldered to bottom barrels. Case hardened Boss type OU sidelock actions with pivoting trunions also feature long top tangs which extend over combs in H&H style, non-automatic safeties (SAFE inlaid in gold), hidden rising bite third fasteners as used by Boss on heavy proof guns, gold band tumbler end cocking indicators, and double triggers (fronts articulated). Actions and lockplates are engraved in near full coverage classic British style rose and scroll. "C. Lancaster" is on folded riband at bottom center of each lockplate. Bottoms of actions are engraved "Charles Lancaster" "London - England". Double beaded trigger guards have scroll on bow and serial numbers inlaid in gold on tangs which extend to matching steel trap grip caps. The execution of this minuscule shaded scroll engraving and fine rose bouquets is exceptional. Engravers signature (M Bublik) is on left sides of trigger plates. Almost perfectly matched intricately marbled and stump figured European walnut capped pistol grip buttstocks measure 14 - 7/8" over dark brown leather pads. Stocks also feature classic tear drop points, closely spaced point pattern checkering with mullered borders at grips, and sling loops matching those on barrels on toe lines. Matching slim forends with Boss style ejectors have Anson releases. Rifles are accompanied by their Schmidt & Bender 1 - 1/4 - 4 X Variable power scopes with three post and small central crosshair reticles in Holland & Holland type rings. Rear rings are stamped "1" and "2" on bottoms. Tops are engraved to match rifles. Rifle no. 1 weighs 9 lbs 9 oz without scope. Drop at comb: approximately 1 - 9/16", Drop at heel: approximately 2". Neutral cast. Rifle "2": Weighs 9 lbs 9 oz, Drop at heel: approx. 2-1/4". Drop at comb: approx 1-5/8". CONDITION: Excellent, essentially as new with scant evidence of firing, and only a few of the lightest handling and assembly marks on all wood and metal surfaces. Bores are excellent. Mechanically excellent except rifle "1" has live ejector on "over" barrel. A stunning pair of rifles, in a fine classic African caliber suitable for almost anything up to elephant. MGM 95 Accessories: scopes Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .375 H&H Flanged Magnum FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Charles Lancaster Model: O/U Double Rifle Serial Number: 14641 & 14642

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(C) Holland & Holland Grade 2 .500/.465 Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle with Original Case (C) Holland & Holland Grade 2 .500/.465 Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle with Original Case

(C) Holland & Holland Grade 2 .500/.465 Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle with Original Case

Lot #132 (Sale Order 131 of 399)

(1911 as indicated by copy of original factory ledger page) 26" Chopper lump barrels are fitted with file cut quarter rib holding one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight with leaves marked for 100, 200, and 300 yards; matching front ramp holds gold bead. Tops of barrels are engraved "Holland & Holland 98. New Bond Street. London." and "Winners of All the "Field" Rifle Trials, London." Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 75 grains cordite, and 480 grain bullet. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with serial numbers, and splinter is heavily reinforced. A wide sling loop is soldered to bottom rib. Case hardened action with back spring locks has top tang which extends over comb, and features non-automatic safety (SAFE inlaid in gold), sliding third fastener, bushed strikers, gold band tumbler end cocking indicators, and double triggers (front with checkered finger blade). Locks are of hand detachable type, but lever headed screw not installed. Action and locks are engraved with small scroll borders. "Holland & Holland" is on each lockplate. Bottom of action is engraved "CHARGE" "75 Grains Cordite" "500/ .465" "Case 3-1/4 Inches". Blued trigger guard has serial number on tang which extends to steel grip cap with trap. Well made finely figured and marbled European walnut replacement buttstock measures 15" over Silver type pad with widows peak, and features H&H styling with correctly shaped left hand shadow line cheekpiece, point pattern checkering at grip of correct pattern, as well as a vacant silver oval and sling loop matching that on barrels on toe line. (Original stock with right hand cheekpiece, somewhat shorter length of pull, and what appears to be lower comb and heel dimensions, is included). Matching original splinter ejector forend has forward pivoting lever release. Rifle is housed in its original leather case with riveted on brass corners. Case is lined in green cloth and has large paper H&H label in lid. A 1929 dated charge card is also in lid (factory records indicate rifle was re-regulated in 1931). Accessories include two piece composition covered steel rifle cleaning rod, pair of .465 snap caps, H&H marked round oil bottle, some cleaning brushes, original front sight with gold bead and flip-up night bead, slip-on front sight protector, and a "Docter Optic" red dot optical rear sight (quarter rib has milled in, but almost undetectable dovetail for this sight). Drop at heel: approximately 2-7/8". Drop at comb: approximately 1-3/4". LOP: 15" Cast on approximately 1/2". Weight: 11 lbs 2 oz. CONDITION: Fine, as partially refurbished. Barrels retain nearly all of a London quality re-black with some subsequent wear on sides of breech and behind rear sight from hand wear while carrying over one shoulder. Action retains 20% original faded case color, balance a pleasing silver. New stock retains most of its original oil finish which is quite dry and could use another coat of oil. Original stock retains nearly all of an old oil refinish over a number of light marks, checkering re-cut. Original forend wood matches original buttstock well. Bores are excellent with strong rifling throughout, some very light frosting is at breech ends. Action is tight (closes with correct "thunk"). Barrels are on face. Ejectors are strong and in time. Trap cover on grip cap has retaining spring either missing or broken. Case leather is still relatively light in color with dark spots, and many scuffs and rubs. Straps and handle are good. Interior cloth is very good to fine with some rubs. Original label is foxed and lightly soiled. Charge card is also soiled and cracked. Accessories are good. Rifle with new stock will not fit in case. (This can be remedied with removal of one spacing block.) This is a perfect rifle for your next safari. The previous owner obviously had this rifle set up for his use with efficient fast handling optical sight and new stock. MGM33 Accessories: Case, Extra Stock, Parts Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .500/.465 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Holland & Holland Model: SXS No. 2 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 19497

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(C) Holland & Holland Modele De Luxe .375 H&H Mauser Sporting Rifle with Scope in its case with Trav (C) Holland & Holland Modele De Luxe .375 H&H Mauser Sporting Rifle with Scope in its case with Trav

(C) Holland & Holland Modele De Luxe .375 H&H Mauser Sporting Rifle with Scope in its case with Trav

Lot #133 (Sale Order 132 of 399)

(ca 1953) 21 - 1/2" Medium weight barrel is fitted with sleeved on rear island base holding one standing, one folding leaf express sight, partially sleeved on sling eye, and front ramp fitted with H&H type folding sight protector with silver bead. Top of barrel is engraved "Holland & Holland. 98. New Bond Street, London." Rear portion is engraved "Holland's" ".375 "MAGNUM"" "Rimless" "Cartridge" ""HYKRO" Steel". Standard length FN Model 98 Mauser action has had H&H style scope mounts installed. Bolt with turned down handle has shroud fitted with low scope safety marked "SAFE". A Timney trigger has been fitted. Aluminum drop box bottom metal has hinged floorplate engraved "4 Cartridges" at front end, and "MODELE DE LUXE" on riband at center, retained by button in trigger guard bow which is engraved with serial number. The action on this rifle is near fully engraved on receiver ring and bridge with large open shaded acanthus scroll. This scroll extends to bottom metal. Flourishes of scroll are on scope mounts and bolt handle. Rifle takes down with coin slotted front guard screw. Barrel and action lift out. Nicely marbled and lightly figured European walnut pistol grip stock measures 14" over Silver type pad and features shadow line right hand cheekpiece, recoil bolt, classically styled point pattern checkering, with a vacant gold oval and sling eye on toe line. Engraved steel grip cap has trap. Weight without scope: 8 lbs 1 oz. Rifle is accompanied by Zeiss Diavari V 1.5 - 6 X 30mm scope with duplex reticle in H&H rings serial numbered to this rifle. Gun is housed in old black silk cloth covered case with riveted on leather corners. Interior is lined in green cloth and has gold embossed H&H label in lid. Also included is a roll-on travel duffel by Orvis which holds aluminum gun case. A leather Westley Richards label is on top of bag. CONDITION: Excellent, as refinished, most likely by factory with installation of newer scope and mounts, and retaining nearly all "best" finishes applied at that time, with only a very few subsequent handling and assembly marks. Bore is excellent. Action is smooth. Scope is excellent, close to "as new". Old case shows considerable wear, straps good, handle partially detached. Interior cloth is good. Some partitions moved to accommodate scope. New travel case is excellent. This good handling rifle was most likely recently fitted out with a Safari in mind. MGM 198 Accessories: Case, canvas bag w/ aluminum travel case and scope Barrel Length: 21 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .375 H&H Magnum Drop at Comb: approx 1 - 7/8" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 7/8" FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14" Manufacturer: Holland & Holland Model: Bolt Custom Mauser Paperwork: No Serial Number: 2663

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(C) Fine & Historically Important J. P. Sauer Model 30 Cased Luftwaffe Drilling, Brought Back By Gen (C) Fine & Historically Important J. P. Sauer Model 30 Cased Luftwaffe Drilling, Brought Back By Gen

(C) Fine & Historically Important J. P. Sauer Model 30 Cased Luftwaffe Drilling, Brought Back By Gen

Lot #134 (Sale Order 133 of 399)

Standard model 30 Luftwaffe drilling, featuring the large Luftwaffe eagle on the right side of the stock. "J.P. SAUER & SOHN, SUHL" on either side of the receiver. Stylized Sauer & Sohn marking on bottom of receiver and buttplate. "KRUPP- LAUFSTAHL" marked barrels. "9.3x74.R." caliber marking in panel on rib, also caliber marked on bottom of barrel under forend. Luftwaffe eagle over swastika on the right barrel. Eagle/N proofs on barrels under forend. Luftwaffe "stick eagle L2" proof on rear barrel lug. 25 5/8 inch barrels. All matching numbers. The gun is housed in the original aluminum case with nice clear markings. Included in the case is the original proper cleaning kit which has the often missing original glass oil bottle. Original leather sling. There is a more modern full box of RWS commercial 9.3x74R ammunition as well as a partial box of DWM ammunition, also of later production. Most importantly, there is a notarized letter dated May 13, 2013 which states that this particular gun, by serial number, was brought back from WWII by U.S. Army Lieutenant General Hobart R. "Hap" Gay. General Gay was awarded the Silver Star in December 1942 for gallantry in action on November 8, 1942, at Casablanca. He was chief of staff of the I Armored Corps, commanded by General George S. Patton, in North Africa at the time. Gay would continue to serve as Patton's chief of staff until Patton's death in December 1945. Gay was promoted to Brigadier General on June 24, 1943. In the Sicily campaign he was assigned to the U.S. Seventh Army as chief of staff. He became chief of staff, Third Army, in February 1944. In this capacity, Gay was a key member of Patton's command staff during the Third Army's drive into Germany following the Normandy invasion. When Patton took command of the U.S. Fifteenth Army in October 1945, Gay was again his chief of staff. He and Patton went pheasant hunting on December 9, 1945. Patton and Gay were seated in the back seat of the staff car, en route to the hunting lodge. There was a traffic accident, during which Patton sustained spinal injuries which later cost him his life. General Gay was uninjured. Hobart R. Gay's career in the U.S. Army ended in 1955 as the Commanding General, Anti-aircraft and Guided Missile Center, Fort Bliss, Texas. The letter accompanying this gun details the chain of custody, through both marriage and friendship from General Gay following the war through to the gentleman who wrote the letter. PROVENANCE: The Renowned Collection of Howard Resnick. CONDITION: Receiver retains 70% original vibrant case colors with some light frosting on the lower edges of the receiver. All markings are sharp and clear. Barrels retain 90% original blue. Bores are fine and clean. Wood is very good, with nice sharp checkering in the grip and a sharp Luftwaffe/swastika marking on right side. Forend has some dings and handling marks, with some dents. Buttplate has some light scratches. Fine mechanical function. Case retains 80% original painted finish with the majority of finish loss on the bottom. Markings are clear. Leather carry handle is in solid condition showing scuff marks. Accessories in like condition. Accessories: Ammo, Case, Accessories Barrel Length: 25 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 9.3x74mmR/12ga FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: J. P. Sauer Model: 30 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 337191

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(M) Unusual Krieghoff Ulm Primus Sidelock Ejector Over Under Double Rifle Having Straight Stock with (M) Unusual Krieghoff Ulm Primus Sidelock Ejector Over Under Double Rifle Having Straight Stock with

(M) Unusual Krieghoff Ulm Primus Sidelock Ejector Over Under Double Rifle Having Straight Stock with

Lot #135 (Sale Order 134 of 399)

Caliber 30 - 06. 25" Mono-bloc barrels are fitted with matted quarter rib holding single standing leaf rear sight and claw scope bases. Matching front ramp holds sourdough bead. Top of top barrel is engraved "T. DIRKSEN - GEWEERMAKER TE EEMDIJK". Mono-bloc sides are scroll engraved and bottom is stamped with year 1977 Ulm nitro proofs. Coin finished double Kersten OU action features hand detachable pinless sidelocks, reinforcing bolsters, bushed strikers, and double triggers (front set). Action and lockplates are engraved with 80% coverage traditional English style rose and scroll. Bottom of action is engraved "KRIEGHOFF. ULM - PRIMUS". Top lever is blued. Coin finished trigger guard has matching scroll on bow and straight tang. Unusual for a double rifle, buttstock has straight grip and measures 15 - 1/2" over red "Universal" pad. Stock is of nicely marbled European walnut and has point pattern checkering at grip, as well as a sling eye, matching that on barrel, and vacant silver oval on toe line. Matching slim one piece forend has Deeley type release. Rifle is mounted with a B. Nickel 1 - 4 X scope in soldered-on claw rings. Weight with scope: 9 lbs 15 oz. Rifle is housed in custom made white oak case with inset crocodile patterned leather panel on top with Krieghoff "K" logo carved into spalted wood trapezoid at left. Interior is lined in burgundy leather and french fitted for rifle and scope, with braided banding around openings. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrels retain nearly all of what appears to be their original blue. Action and locks retain most of their original coin finish, silvered on high points. Stocks retain most of their original finish with a considerable number of marks and scratches, with some oil added as maintenance, and after fitting of newer pad. Checkering lightly worn. Mechanically very fine. Bores are excellent. Scope has many light scratches in its external finish. Lenses clean but with lunate occlusion at bottom of field of view. Case is excellent. MGM 100 Accessories: Case, Scope Barrel Length: 25" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Drop at Comb: approx 1 - 15/16" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 15/16" FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 15 - 1/2" Manufacturer: Krieghoff Model: OU Dbl rifle Ulm-Primus Serial Number: 77351

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(C) Hermann Goering Associated Sidelock Ejector Rifle By Ludwig Schiwy of Berlin with Scope (C) Hermann Goering Associated Sidelock Ejector Rifle By Ludwig Schiwy of Berlin with Scope

(C) Hermann Goering Associated Sidelock Ejector Rifle By Ludwig Schiwy of Berlin with Scope

Lot #136 (Sale Order 135 of 399)

This well built rifle has 23 - 5/8" dovetailed barrels fitted with full length broad matted rib, raised front portion forming ramp holding large red painted bead. Rear portion is fitted with claw bases. Unmatted portion at center is engraved "L. Schiwy Berlin S. W. 68". Barrels are also fitted with unusual Schiwy patented rear sight with central large U-shaped notch flanked by triangular openings on sides use of which allows built in lead for running driven game. This sight is marked "D. R. P. L. Schiwy Berlin" and has been found on a number of rifles owned by Hermann Goering, and it appears that Schiwy was one of his favorite gunsmiths. Barrel flats are stamped with July 1932 German nitro proofs for 8 x 57 with subsequent post war Hannover Proof House marks for 8/65RS. Coin finished sidelock action with remnants of gold wash overall, is stocked to the fences and features non-automatic safety, hidden third fastener, bushed strikers, raised arrowhead tumbler end cocking indicators, and double triggers (both set). Action is engraved with 60% coverage well cut Germanic scroll. Trigger guard is of horn. Stock of dense stump figured and nicely marbled European walnut measures 14 - 3/4" over thick horn ribbed buttplate. Stock features right hand shadow line cheekpiece, and flush inlet lozenge shaped horn drop points. A gold washed rectangular silver presentation plate behind cheekpiece is engraved "E K" "Mit Waidmannsheil" "Hermann Goering" (in script signature). Similar presentation plaques have been noted on other Goering associated rifles. Most of the buttstock has been carved in Germanic style by a less than talented individual, with game scenes, oak leaves, and acorns. Left side has a stag pursuing two hinds. The entire right side is taken up by relief scene of battling European elk (moose). Oak leaves and acorns have been carved into checkering at grip. Matching splinter ejector forend with inset horn tip, has Deeley release and has not been carved. Rifle is mounted with B. Nickel 1 - 4 X scope with three post and crosshair reticle in soldered on claw rings, rear with windage. Weight without scope: 8 lbs 3 oz. CONDITION: Fine, as partially refinished. Barrels have old "best" re-black with subsequent wear mostly on sides. Action is mostly bright polish with perhaps 10% gold wash remaining. Stocks have some of what appears to be their original surfaces, some oil added after newer carving. Bores are very fine, strong rifling throughout, with slight erosion at throats. Action is tight with forend installed. Right barrel is somewhat off face. Ejectors are strong and in time. Set triggers work. Scope is fine, optically clear. MGM 149. Only legal residents of the United States of America may purchase this item. Morphy will only release this item to the buyer who is a confirmed US resident (valid government document required) that picks the item up personally or provides a valid US shipping address. By paying the invoice the buyer acknowledges he or she has no intention of selling or transferring the item in any manner to any entity outside of the US or using the item in any illegal manner. All other terms and conditions apply. Accessories: scope Barrel Length: 23 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: 8 x 65 RS (.324 groove diameter) Drop at Comb: approx 1 - 3/4" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 13/16" FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4" cast about 1/2" off Manufacturer: Ludwig Schiwy Model: Double Rifle Serial Number: 13528

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(M) Backdoor Holland & Holland .600 Nitro Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle Finished by N. Makinson & So (M) Backdoor Holland & Holland .600 Nitro Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle Finished by N. Makinson & So

(M) Backdoor Holland & Holland .600 Nitro Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle Finished by N. Makinson & So

Lot #137 (Sale Order 136 of 399)

This big bore nitro rifle is strongly rumored "in the trade", to have been in production at Holland & Holland when they built the "Last" .600 nitro rifle for a client in 1975. No longer of any use to Holland's, it supposedly left as an unnumbered barreled action in the white. It was later proofed in London and finished by N. J. Makinson & Son of Howell, Michigan, for an American client. It was engraved by Adone T. Pozzobon of Toronto. The 26" chopper lump barrels are fitted with H&H style quarter rib holding large one standing leaf express rear sight and matching front ramp with large gold bead. A sling eye is soldered to bottom rib. Barrel regulating wedges and blocks are of late Holland style. Tops of barrels are engraved "N. J. Makinson & Son Howell, Michigan" and ".600 Nitro Express 900 Grains". Barrel flats are stamped with 1991 London nitro proofs at 2860 bar. Serial number is stamped on loop. Robust coin finished sidelock action is fitted with "best" pinless back spring H&H type locks by York & Wallin. Action also features long top strap which extends over comb in classic H&H style, automatic safety (SAFE engraved on gold rectangle), hidden third fastener, disc set strikers, H&H style reinforce to sides of action, and double triggers (front articulated). Double beaded trigger guard tang extends to steel grip cap with trap. All metal parts are engraved with near full coverage truly exceptional semi-relief large open acanthus scroll with floral highlights in dark shaded background. This beautiful work extends to triangles on barrels, along top of quarter rib, and on transitions to mid rib, as well as front sight base. This scroll surrounds intricately detailed Bulino scenes of bull elephant on lockplates and on bottom of action. A pair of big tuskers in mountainous background are on right lock, one is "in your face", head high, trunk partially curled up. Bottom of action portrays a single large bull in scrub woodland. Another pair are in open savanna on left lockplate. The quality and artistry in these scenes is extremely fine, and almost photographic. The scene on left lockplate is truly extraordinary rivaling or exceeding the best work of any engraver in the world today. The bull in the foreground looks alive and you can almost see the blood coursing through the veins in his ears. Engravers signature, "T. Pozzobon" is on trigger plate. (Adone Pozzobon trained in Italy and proprietor of the Adone Galleries of Toronto.) Top of action is engraved "N. A. MAKINSON & SON" on riband around top lever pivot. Serial number is in gold on trigger guard tang. Intricately marbled and finely stump figured dark European walnut capped pistol grip buttstock measures 14 - 7/8" over red Decelerator pad. Stock also features classic drop points, along with H&H type point pattern checkering at grip, and right hand shadow line cheekpiece. A vacant gold oval is on toe line. A mercury recoil reducer has been installed, improving balance. Matching splinter ejector forend has Anson release. Weight: 14 lbs 11 oz. Rifle is housed in best English brown oak and leather case with brass corners in brown canvas leather trimmed outer cover. Interior is lined in light burgundy cloth and has Holland & Holland gold embossed black leather label in lid. Rifle fits partitions quite snugly. Case contains 2 piece cocobolo and brass cleaning rod, bone striker bottle, one sling loop, H&H marked square oil bottle, and .577 snap caps. Also included are five .600 nitro express cartridges in Wenger brass loaded with 900 grain soft nosed bullets in old Kynoch red and yellow box. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining all of its fine finishes on wood and metal surfaces with some handling and assembly marks. Case is excellent, locking loops of latch have broken off. This rifle is noted and partially photographed in THE 600 NITRO EXPRESS by Cal Pappas on page 179, and is included in his database of known .600's with an estimated total of approximately 200 ever produced by all makers including all action types. This wonderful big bore balances and handles quite well. MGM 120 Accessories: case Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .600 Nitro Drop at Comb: approx 1 - 7/8" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 5/8" FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 -7/8" cast about 1/2" off Manufacturer: N. Makinson Model: SXS Dbl Rifle Serial Number: 600

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(M) Innovative Szecsei & Fuchs Bolt Action Dangerous Game Double Rifle with Spare Magazine and Scope (M) Innovative Szecsei & Fuchs Bolt Action Dangerous Game Double Rifle with Spare Magazine and Scope

(M) Innovative Szecsei & Fuchs Bolt Action Dangerous Game Double Rifle with Spare Magazine and Scope

Lot #138 (Sale Order 137 of 399)

Hungarian hunter, Joseph Szecsei, was charged by three elephants simultaneously. He survived. As a result of this encounter he decided that the two shots offered by the typical double rifle were not enough, and that the added capacity of a normal bolt action rifle was hampered by the time it took for each successive shot. So ... he designed this rifle, a bolt action double, giving two almost instantaneous shots with another two ready with one bolt operation and no need to take your eyes off the game. With a pair "up the spout" a full magazine gives a total of 8 shots. These rifles are built in Austria, and exhibit exquisite quality. Double barrels are 23 - 1/2" long and are fitted with quarter rib holding one standing, two folding leaf express rear sights. Gold bead is in matching front ramp. Caliber (.416 Remington Magnum) is engraved on mid rib. In order to save weight receiver is of titanium and is intricately machined to accept double box magazine, and has integral scope mount. Intricate engine turned double bolt mechanism has six locking lugs at rear, with pear shaped bolt knob and forward/ reverse safety on right side. Bolt release is a push button on bottom tang in front of trigger guard. Rifle is fitted with double triggers and trigger guard tang extends to steel grip cap in classic fashion. Nicely marbled and stump figured European walnut capped pistol grip buttstock measures 14 - 3/4" over brown open sided Uncle Mike's pad. To accommodate this wide action, stock styling is a bit unusual, however stock sports a classic right hand cheekpiece, well cut borderless checkering with fleur-di-lis intrusions at grip and forend. Forend tip is of crotch figured walnut. A sling eye on toe line matches that on bottoms of barrels. Rifle is mounted with Swarovski Habicht 1.5 - 4 30mm scope with three post and central crosshair reticle, in specially designed 1 piece QD ring set. Double stack magazines have latches on both sides to insure against inadvertent loss. Weight without scope, with magazine: 13 lbs 5 oz. CONDITION: Excellent with evidence of light field use, perhaps one safari. Metal retains approximately 95%+ original blue, with some light scratches and silvering of sharp edges. Stock has a number of minor marks and dents in its original finish, checkering lightly worn. There is evidence of light recoil compression on left side of stock behind recoil bolt. Bores are excellent. Action is very smooth. Scope is excellent with some marks on exterior, optically clear. You'd be the only one on the block with one of these. This rifle handles surprisingly well, and the concept does have considerable merit for dangerous game. MGM 126 Accessories: spare magazine, scope Barrel Length: 23 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .416 Remington Magnum Drop at Comb: approx 2" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 1/8" FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4" Manufacturer: Szecsei & Fuchs Model: Double Bolt Rifle Paperwork: No Serial Number: 004

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(C) Exceedingly Rare 20 Bore Sidelock Paradox by William Evans with Original Case and Accessories (C) Exceedingly Rare 20 Bore Sidelock Paradox by William Evans with Original Case and Accessories

(C) Exceedingly Rare 20 Bore Sidelock Paradox by William Evans with Original Case and Accessories

Lot #139 (Sale Order 138 of 399)

(1908) The Paradox was a proprietary name used by Holland & Holland for its famous Fosbury patent ball & shot guns. Other makers came up with various other trade names eg. "Explora" and "Faunetta" by Westley Richards. William Evans simply called his "Ball & Shot". This gun has heavy 28 - 1/8" dovetailed steel barrels with 2" of deeply rifled chokes. They are fitted with vestigial quarter rib with two folding leaf express rear sight on raised front portion. Mid rib in front of sight is engraved "Ball & Shot Gun". Silver bead front sight is longitudinally dovetailed into raised front portion of rib. Tops of barrels are engraved "William Evans (FROM PURDEYS)" "63 Pall Mall, St. James's London." Barrel flats are stamped with serial numbers and London nitro proofs for 7/8 oz shot, long chambers, and "RCHOKE". Scott's serial number is stamped on splinter. A narrow sling loop is soldered to bottom rib. Case hardened sidelock action is stocked to the fences and features automatic safety (SAFE inlaid in gold), screw grip third fastener engaging dolls head rib extension, bushed strikers, and double triggers. Action is engraved with small scroll borders. "William Evans" is on each lockplate. Blued trigger guard has serial number on tang which extends to case hardened steel grip cap. Lightly figured and streaked European walnut pistol grip buttstock measures 14 - 7/8" over Silver type pad. Stock features drop points, nicely cut point pattern checkering on semi diamond hand, and a small sling loop along with a vacant silver oval on toe line. Matching splinter forend has Anson release. 2 - 3/4" Chambers. Wall thickness: Left: .045, Right: .046. Bore Diameters: Left: .630, Right: 630. Restrictions: Left: approximately .045, right: approx .032. Drop at heel: 2 - 7/16", Drop at comb: 1 - 7/16". No cast. Weight: 7 lbs. 0 oz. Gun is housed in leather case with brass corners. Top is embossed "COMDr MARION EPPLEY" "U.S.N. R. F." (Of Oyster Bay, New York, he was a research chemist and spearheaded the development of cadmium batteries for use by American forces in WWI after the supply from Germany was curtailed. After WWII he was awarded the "Legion of Merit" for service.) Case is lined in green cloth, and has gold embossed black leather Evans label in lid. Case contains a leatherette wallet holding re-loading tools, as well as newly made aluminum paradox bullet mold, sizing die, and roll crimper. Case also contains ebony and brass cleaning rod and two snap caps. CONDITION: The condition of this gun is also a paradox, in that it appears to be in exceptional condition, yet the engraving and matting on the barrels is considerably softened. Whereas the action and stocks appear to be very close to new. Where this serial number dates to 1909, perhaps the barrels were left over or abandoned at Evans shop and fitted to this new gun in the 1920's contemporary with the Commander. Eppley's double rifle is also in this sale. Action and locks retain what appears to be over 95% original case hardening color. Blue on trigger guard and top lever also rates about 90% and appears original. Stocks retain over 90% of a hand rubbed oil finish with oil added on butt with installation of newer pad. Checkering is lightly worn and dark. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. Case leather is fine with quite a few scuffs and rubs. Straps and handle are good. Interior cloth is fine to very fine with some marks and rubs, some through. Accessories are very fine. This lovely little gun could be the perfect candidate for hunting in rifle restricted territory. Paradox guns are generally regarded to be fairly accurate out to 100 yards. MGM41 Accessories: Case, Accessories Barrel Length: 28 - 1/8" Caliber/Bore: 20ga FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: William Evans Model: Paradox Serial Number: 8974

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(C) Fine "Golden Age" Boxlock Ejector Double Rifle by William Evans in High Original Condition and w

Lot #140 (Sale Order 139 of 399)

(1928) This fine rifle in caliber 400/ 360 (.365 measured groove diameter) which is the near twin and ballistic equivalent to the 9.3 x 74 R, has 26" chopper lump barrels are fitted with grooved quarter rib holding scope bases and one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight. Long front sight ramp holds seldom seen patented "The Turnover Sight" with silver bead and folding porcelain night bead, visible when central pivot is in forward position, and a simple blade visible when in rear. Tops of barrels are engraved "400/ 360. 2 3/4"" and "40. Grs Smokeless, 300, Gr Bullet", "William Evans" and 63. Pall Mall. St. James's, London." Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 40 grains of cordite, and 300 grain bullet. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with serial numbers. A sling eye is soldered to bottom rib. Boxlock PHV-1 action with clover leaf dolls head locked by pivoting third fastener, also features automatic safety, bushed strikers, and double triggers. Action is engraved with 70% coverage well cut shaded scroll. "WILLIAM EVANS" is on each side. Blued top lever, floorplate, trigger plate, and trigger guard are also scroll engraved. Serial number is on trigger guard tang which extends to case hardened and engraved steel grip cap. Lightly figured and marbled European walnut pistol grip buttstock measures 14 - 3/4" over partially checkered steel buttplate. Flat top point pattern checkering is at grip. A sling eye, as well as a vacant silver oval, are on toe line. Matching splinter ejector forend has forward pivoting lever release. Drop at heel: approx. 2 - 1/2". Drop at comb: approx. 1 - 7/8". Cast slightly on. Weight: 9 lbs. 2 oz. Rifle is housed in what appears to be its original leather case with brass corners. Top of case is embossed "COMDr MARION EPPLEY." "U. S. N. R. F." (Chemical engineer who worked on nickel cadmium batteries for the Navy during WWI when supply from Germany was terminated.) Case is lined in green cloth, and has gold embossed black leather makers label in lid, as well as cleaning instruction label. Case contains three mahogany handled turnscrews, cleaning funnel, large steel striker key, snap caps, pull through cleaning kit, lignum vitae striker bottle with strikers and spare sight, and a pair of Talley QD scope rings. There are also notes on loading data. CONDITION: Excellent, as partially and lightly refinished. Barrels retain approximately 95% of what appears to be original blue with some light marks. There is a light spot of pitting on left barrel. Scope bases and grooving of quarter rib appear to be later alterations. Action retains nearly all what appears to be original case hardening color, lightly silvered on sharp edges and fences. Blued parts possibly renewed, as engraving is a bit soft. Trigger guard has subsequent wear and flaking at grip. Stocks lightly oil refinished with a few light marks with some subsequent. Edges of buttplate dressed down a bit to accommodate stock shrinkage over the years. Bores are excellent, bright, sharp and shiny throughout. Action is tight. Barrels are on face. Ejectors are strong and in time. Case leather is very fine with some bumps and rubs. Straps and handle are good. Interior cloth is fine to very fine. Evans label is excellent. Cleaning label is considerably foxed and marked. Accessories are very fine. A fast handling rifle in a caliber suitable for most any medium game, including moose, bear, and hogs, as well as many African species. MGM35 Accessories: Case, Accessories Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: 400/360 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: William Evans Model: SXS Double Rifle Serial Number: 15662

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(M) Over - Under Sideplated Blitz Action Ejector 30-06 Double Rifle of Superior Quality by Bernhard (M) Over - Under Sideplated Blitz Action Ejector 30-06 Double Rifle of Superior Quality by Bernhard

(M) Over - Under Sideplated Blitz Action Ejector 30-06 Double Rifle of Superior Quality by Bernhard

Lot #141 (Sale Order 140 of 399)

24 - 7/8" Demi-bloc barrels are fitted with full length matted rib, center portion milled away forming quarter rib and front ramp. Rear portion is fitted with claw scope bases and single standing U-notch rear sight. A silver bead is dovetailed into front ramp. Central portion of rib is engraved "BERNHARD FRITZ a FICHTENBERG" (Before his early demise, Fritz was a highly regarded late 20th century maker of superb sporting guns). Bottom barrel is stamped with 1992 Oberndorf proofs for 30-06 and steel type (Bohler Antinit). A sling loop is soldered to bottom barrel. Coin finished double Kersten OU Blitz action is fitted with ornamental sideplates and features automatic safety, bushed strikers, and double triggers (front set). Action and sideplates are engraved with flourishes of shaded acanthus scroll as accent to superbly detailed attractive sporting scenes in backgrounds that appear to be of the American West. These scenes are rendered in modified bulino technique. Left side portrays two elk in battle as cow elk looks on. Craggy mountain tops are in background, and sprigs of foliage and tree stumps are in foreground. Right side depicts a trio of wolves. A large male watches as two females are howling. Bottom of action depicts an eagle stooping upon some hapless victim. This interesting work is signed "F. Oberdorfer" at bottom right of wolf scene. Reinforcing bolsters to action are relief carved in nicely executed acanthus scroll. Steel trigger guard has scroll and open field for initials on bow. Very nicely streaked and lightly figured dark European walnut capped pistol grip buttstock measures 14-1/2" over thin black rifle pad, and features nicely sculpted small shadow line right hand cheekpiece and modified point pattern borderless fish scale "checkering" at grip. A sling loop matching that on barrel is on toe line. Matching three piece ejector forend has Deeley release. Rifle is equipped with Swarovski Habicht 2.5 - 10X 30mm rail scope with crosshair and three post reticle in claw rings. Scope has original lens protectors. Drop at heel: approx. 2-1/2". Drop at comb: approx. 1-3/4". Cast slightly off. Weight without scope: 8 lbs. 5 oz. CONDITION: Excellent, very close to new, appears almost unfired since proof, with only the faintest marks in metal surfaces, and a few dings and light scratches in wood, mostly on butt. Mechanically excellent. Scope is excellent, optically clear. A lovely good handling rifle in a great caliber. MGM46 Accessories: Scope Barrel Length: 24 - 7/8" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Bernhard Fritz Model: Over-Under Paperwork: No Serial Number: 322536

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(C) Scarce Gebruder Merkel Clamshell Boxlock Action Ejector Double Rifle in 500/465 Nitro Express. (C) Scarce Gebruder Merkel Clamshell Boxlock Action Ejector Double Rifle in 500/465 Nitro Express.

(C) Scarce Gebruder Merkel Clamshell Boxlock Action Ejector Double Rifle in 500/465 Nitro Express.

Lot #142 (Sale Order 141 of 399)

(1925) This superbly crafted double rifle was made in 1925 for the American Military Attache in Berlin, according to copy of factory ledger page and letter. The caliber has a stellar reputation for dangerous game. This rifle has 25-5/8" chopper lump barrels with full length matted rib holding one standing leaf express rear and silver bead front sights. Tops of barrels are engraved "A. F. Stoeger" "New York" and also later "500/ 455 Nitro Express". Breech ends of barrels have 1" triangles of well cut scroll. Barrel flats are stamped with October 1925 German nitro proofs. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with steel type and caliber. Merkel logos "GM" within a shield are on rear lump, water table, and forend iron. Case hardened, scallop backed, boxlock action with large "clamshell" side bolsters which wrap half way around barrels providing considerable lateral support, also features non-automatic tang safety, crossbolt third fastener, pin type cocking indicators, and double triggers (front set). Action is engraved with 70% coverage small scroll with rose bouquet highlights within geometric and scroll borders. Ledger page specifies "English engraving". "Gebruder Merkel, Suhl" is in scrolled riband on left clamshell reinforce, and "Suhler Waffenwerk" is on right. Trigger guard is steel. Beautifully fiddle figured and nicely marbled European walnut pistol grip buttstock measures 14-3/8" over brown Decelerator pad, and features trap steel grip cap engraved to match action, chinstrap transition to butt, elongated diamond shaped flush inlet horn drop points, and point pattern checkering on diamond hand. A silver oval at rear of toe line is engraved "PEGG". Matching beavertail ejector forend with inset slightly schnabeled hard rubber tip, has Deeley release. Checkering is of two sizes in three panels. Drop at heel: approximately 2-5/8". Drop at comb: approximately 1-9/16". No cast. Weight: 10 lbs. 15 oz. CONDITION: Excellent, mostly original. Barrels retain 90% original blue, thinned toward breech ends, and with considerable loss toward muzzle ends from hand wear while carrying over ones shoulder. Action retains 70-80% original case hardening color, strong where protected, thinning and silvering on sides and bottom. Stocks retain over 90% original oil finish with numerous light dents and marks. Additional oil rubbed in mostly on butt, as maintenance. Checkering lightly worn and dark. Bores are excellent, bright, sharp, and shiny throughout. Action is tight. Ejectors are in time. Set trigger works. A lovely safari rifle with some experience. MGM36 Barrel Length: 25 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: 500/465 Nitro Express Drop at Comb: 1 - 9/16" Drop at Heel: 2 - 5/8" FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Merkel Model: SXS Double Rifle Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 14503

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(C) Caliber 32-40 Manton & Company Boxlock Ejector Double Rifle in Case. (C) Caliber 32-40 Manton & Company Boxlock Ejector Double Rifle in Case.

(C) Caliber 32-40 Manton & Company Boxlock Ejector Double Rifle in Case.

Lot #143 (Sale Order 142 of 399)

This interesting rifle has 24-1/2" dovetailed bbls with full length matted rib holding one standing, four folding leaf and ladder express rear sight graduated from 100 through 1000 yards, and silver bead front sight with flip-up moon bead longitudinally dovetailed into raised front portion of rib. Tops of bbls are engraved “Manton & Co Gunmakers” “Calcutta & Delhi”. There are 1-1/4" triangles of small scroll at breech ends. Bbl flats are stamped with German imperial nitro proofs for 7.8 mm with case length of 54 mm, and a date of proof of March 1925, along with 1987 London nitro proofs (possibly spurious). Bottoms of bbls are engraved “No 30138” and “CAL 32/40". A sling loop is screwed to bottom rib. Ogee backed boxlock action features automatic tang safety, crossbolt third fastener, and dbl triggers (front articulated). Action is engraved with near full coverage small scroll with floral bouquet accents. Fences are deep relief engraved in well done acorn and oak leaf motif. Blued top lever has relief scroll engraved thumbpiece. Trigger guard with scroll on bow, has SN on short tang. Well marbled and lightly figured European walnut round knob pistol grip buttstock measures 14-3/4" over checkered wood butt with engraved steel heel and toe plates. Stock features drop points, point pattern checkering at grip, and a vacant silver oval along with a sling loop on toe line. Matching splinter ejector forend with inset schnabeled horn tip, has Deeley release.Weight: 7 lbs. 11 oz. Rifle is housed in an old leather case (most likely original) which appears to be of German origin. It has brass corners and a central brass rectangle on top deeply engraved “JOHN D. ROLLINS; Esq.” “LUDHIANA, INDIA”. Interior is lined in purple cloth and has reproduction Manton & Co label in lid. Rifle fits case very well, with bbls fitting almost exactly, and contains a Manton & Co marked round oil bottle, 2 unprimed cartridge cases, and case straps. CONDITION: Good, as partially refinished. Bbls retain nearly all of a well done re-black. Action with traces of orig french grey where protected, is mostly gray to brown. Top lever, floorplate and trigger guard re-blued, and retain nearly all of that blue. What is possibly a new buttstock, retains nearly all of what looks to be its orig finish, checkering with light wear. Forend refinished to match, checkering competently re-cut. Bores are very good to fine, lightly pitted throughout, rifling somewhat worn. Action is tight. Bbls are on face. Ejectors are in time. Case leather is dark with scuffs and rubs. Some edges broken away. Interior cloth is renewed. It is known that Manton and Co imported many rifles from Germany in their later years, mostly for sale through their Calcutta office. This is most likely one of those rifles. Unfortunately records do not exist. MGM141 Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 24 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .32-40 Drop at Comb: approx 1-5/8" Drop at Heel: approx 2 - 15/16" FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14 - 3/4" Manufacturer: Manton Model: SXS Rifle Paperwork: No Serial Number: 30138

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(M) Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Long Range Buffalo Rifle with Award Winning Bulino Scenes on Action and (M) Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Long Range Buffalo Rifle with Award Winning Bulino Scenes on Action and

(M) Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Long Range Buffalo Rifle with Award Winning Bulino Scenes on Action and

Lot #144 (Sale Order 143 of 399)

34" Heavy full octagon barrel is marked with makers name and model along with caliber in traditional manner on top flat. Post front sight in barrel type protector is dovetailed through. Coin finished action with double set triggers is fitted with mid range vernier tang sight. Action is engraved with near full coverage very finely cut and shaded large shaded scroll surrounding especially well done scenes on sides of action and lock. A rearing grizzly growls at onlooker on left side of action with mountain man in slouch hat Sharps rifle under his arm, knife drawn, is on right. Side of lock portrays same mountain man desperately reloading his rifle while confronted by snarling grizzly. Engravers signature, M Rabeno, (Marty, highly regarded founding member of Firearms Engraving Guild of America) is on bottom of action. Rifle is accompanied by a picture of award presented to Marty Rabeno from the Smith and Wesson FEGA award Reno 1999 "for an exemplary scene on a firearm". Undoubtedly referring to the superb rendition of mountain man on right side of action. Buttstock of wonderful crotch figured American walnut measures 14" over checkered metal buttplate and features nicely swept small shadow line right hand cheekpiece and modified point pattern checkering at grip. Matching forend has cast pewter tip. Rifle is accompanied by three plastic boxes containing .45/ 110 Sharps brass and a set of RCBS dies. Rear sight has leather bag protector and rifle comes in its original shipping box. CONDITION: Excellent, appears essentially as new, unfired with only the faintest of handling marks in all custom finished surfaces. Dies and brass are good. MGM 203 Accessories: Box, box of accessories Barrel Length: 34" Caliber/Bore: .45/ 110 FFL Status: Modern Length of Pull: 14" Manufacturer: Shiloh Sharps Model: Single Shot 1874 Paperwork: No Serial Number: B5680

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(M) RARE SPECIAL ORDER DELUXE WINCHESTER 1892 CARBINE WITH FACTORY MOUNTED B-4 WINCHESTER SCOPE AND (M) RARE SPECIAL ORDER DELUXE WINCHESTER 1892 CARBINE WITH FACTORY MOUNTED B-4 WINCHESTER SCOPE AND

(M) RARE SPECIAL ORDER DELUXE WINCHESTER 1892 CARBINE WITH FACTORY MOUNTED B-4 WINCHESTER SCOPE AND

Lot #145 (Sale Order 144 of 399)

Beautiful full deluxe Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring carbine chambered for the 25-20 WCF cartridge. 20 inch round barrel with 1/2 magazine. Mounted with "XX" center crotch shell grain American walnut with "H" style checkered forearm and capped checkered pistol grip stock with checkered steel butt plate. Left side of lower tang is marked 21225XXS. Matching assembly number is found on rear face of buttstock beneath butt plate. Factory installed sling eyes are found at front band and on butt stock. Tang is mounted with Improved Lyman Tang sight with locking lever. Barrel is mounted with Winchester scope blocks with proof to rear of block and is fully visible. Mounted with off-set Winchester base extensions is a Factory Winchester B-4 rifle scope. Case colored hammer and lever. This possibly one of kind special order Deluxe carbine is accompanied by a letter from the Buffalo Bill Historical center documenting the full configuration of this rifle and states as follows. Model 1892 , Serial number applied May 27 1905. Carbine, Caliber 25-20 , Checkered stock, Pistol Grip . Sights, Winchester telescope B-4, Lyman Improved rear#1A, Lyman front. Smokeless. 1/2 Magazine, Shotgun Butt , Screw Eyes . Received in warehouse March 03, 1910 . Shipped warehouse March 04, 1910. This Winchester Deluxe carbine has been retained by the original purchasers family from its date of purchase in 1910 until this time of offering. CONDITION. Extremely fine overall. Barrel retains over 97% original applied factory blue finish with several minute spots of finish loss 4 inches from muzzle on left side. A minor trace of edge wear is evident at leading edges of muzzle. Receiver retains over 97% factory blue finish with slight edge wear at balance point and several minor scratches to left and right side of receiver. The typical shadow of finish loss is evident from the movement of the saddle ring, however this remains at a minimum. High point edge wear is evident and consistent with age. Bore is bright with sharp rifling. Hammer and lever are very good with strong case colors remaining. Wood is superb with a few very minor scratches and bruises and overall retains virtually all of its bright piano varnish finish. Checkered steel butt plate is very good and retains over 80% blue finish with typical loss at heel and points of checkering and edges. Checkering is sharp and very fine with minor use being evident. The Winchester B-4 telescope is externally excellent and retains over 95% of its original factory applied finish. The optics are very cloudy and need cleaning. Mechanics are crisp and in proper functioning order. This fully factory documented Special order Winchester 1892 is truly an opportunity to own one of Winchesters great rarities. TDW Barrel Length: 20" Caliber/Bore: .25-20 W.C.F. FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 304289

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(C) Winchester 1873 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle. (C) Winchester 1873 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle.

(C) Winchester 1873 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle.

Lot #146 (Sale Order 145 of 399)

According to the factory letter, this rifle was shipped on March 12th, 1883 as a half octagon half magazine rifle with plain trigger, pistol grip checkered stock and case hardened frame. It exists in this configuration today. Also features standard Winchester sporting front sight, sporting rear sight, long range tang sight with large disc. Late Second Model with screwed down dust cover guide. Tang sight appears to be a No. 36B, a special sight made specifically for the Model 1873; a rare sight in its own right. CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 85% original factory blue with razor sharp legends and edges. You can see thinning with patina showing through on sides of barrel, perfectly blended. Left side of frame has approximately 40% original case colors. 70% case colors on left side of hammer. 40% case colors on lever. Right side is much nice, retaining 75-80% case colors on frame, bright colors on side of lever, 75% colors on hammer. 90% fire blue on loading gate. 50% bright blue on dust cover. Balance of frame has simply nickeled out with age spotting. Buttplate has patterned out. Wood is excellent to near mint, proud to metal with sharp checkering. Screw heads are basically straight. Razor sharp lands and shiny grooves. Fine action. This is a very handsome, special order 1873 in a great configuration, caliber and condition. Barrel Length: 24" Caliber/Bore: .44-40 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1873 Deluxe Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 119267 CORRECTION: Late Second Model with screwed down dust cover guide.

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(C) Very Fine Winchester Model 1885 Single Shot Mid Range Schuetzen Rifle (C) Very Fine Winchester Model 1885 Single Shot Mid Range Schuetzen Rifle

(C) Very Fine Winchester Model 1885 Single Shot Mid Range Schuetzen Rifle

Lot #147 (Sale Order 146 of 399)

This rifle was made in 1908 according to Cody Museum letter listing all special features on this rifle including Helm butt, Schuetzen cheekpiece, spur lever, palm rest, Schuetzen set trigger, and checkered pistol grip stock. Other features are correct including no. 3 30" octagon barrel, mid range vernier sight, and windgauge front. Winchester information is on top flat which is not cut for rear sight. Winchester proofs are at rear and on top of blued action. Buttstock is of XXX crotch figured American walnut. CONDITION: Excellent, original. Barrel has over 95% original blue with sharp edge wear. Action has about the same with some small areas of flaking at top. Stocks retain nearly all of their french polish finish with some light marks, checkering very lightly worn. Blue of buttplate considerably flaked with only traces remaining. Bore is excellent. Triggers work. A truly fine Winchester Schuetzen rifle that letters perfectly. MGM 175 Accessories: Palm Rest Barrel Length: 30" Caliber/Bore: .32-40 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 13" Manufacturer: Winchester Model: single shot 1885 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 107517

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(C) Exceptional Deluxe Winchester 1885 Single Shot With Scope (C) Exceptional Deluxe Winchester 1885 Single Shot With Scope

(C) Exceptional Deluxe Winchester 1885 Single Shot With Scope

Lot #148 (Sale Order 147 of 399)

Manufactured in 1898 with a 30 inch half round half octagon number 3 barrel. Deluxe capped pistol griped stocks with "H" checkering and ebony inset Schnabel forearm. Semi Swiss butt plate with mid-range tang sight with 3 inch staff. spirit level target front sight. Chambered for the 32-40 Winchester cartridge. Blue receiver with case colored finger lever and double set trigger. Rifle is mounted with a Winchester A-5 scope on Winchester bases. CONDITION. Excellent + overall with 98% of the factory applied blue finish. Bore is mirror bright with sharp rifling. The receiver is outstanding with only very minor edge wear with over 98% blue finish remaining. The case colored lever is very fine with the colors fading to a smoky appearance. The two piece XXX American walnut stocks are exceptionally fine with several very minor bruises and scratches but over 95% of the piano varnish remains. The Winchester A-5 scope is intact and complete, The lenses are cloudy and need a cleaning. This is really a fine example of THE AMERICAN SINGLESHOT. Accessories: Winchester Scope Barrel Length: 30" Caliber/Bore: .32-40 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1885 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 82375

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(C)Fine Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle (C)Fine Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

(C)Fine Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #149 (Sale Order 148 of 399)

Very fine Winchester 1886 Rifle in the classic full octagon , full magazine configuration. Blued barrel with case colored receiver and two piece American Walnut stocks with crescent butt plate. The 26 inch barrel is mounted with sporting blade front sight with knurled elevator adjustable rear sight. Two line Winchester address on top barrel flat and 45-70 marked over the chamber. Manufactured in 1899 the Winchester 1886 was considered by the engineers and staff at Winchester to be the finest product they ever produced. These rifles were the first "HIGH POWERED" rifle that was successful and was unrivaled until the introduction of the 71 Winchester. CONDITION. Very fine. The barrel and magazine retain over 97% of the factory applied blue finish with very slight edge wear at muzzle. The Case colors on the receiver have silvered with vivid colors in protected areas. The two piece American walnut stocks are very fine with generous amounts of the factory varnish remaining. Stocks are full sized and solid. The bore appears as new, bright shiny with very sharp rifling. The action is very crisp and tight and functions properly. Rifle shows very little actual use and is very fine. Comes with factory letter confirming configuration and manufacturing date. TDW Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Serial Number: 119691

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(C)Rare Winchester 1886 Rifle. (C)Rare Winchester 1886 Rifle.

(C)Rare Winchester 1886 Rifle.

Lot #150 (Sale Order 149 of 399)

Manufactured 1906 and chambered for the 45-90 cartridge. Tapered octagon barrel with two magazine retaining bands. blue finished receiver with deluxe "I" checkered capped pistol grip butt stock and forearm. Double set trigger, shotgun butt and tang sight are all additional special features on this rifle. Winchester made many variations of the 1886 and would do just about anything a customer would request. CONDITION. Good, The barrel and magazine retain over 90% over their original finish with slight spotting and corrosion evident at muzzle. The forend cap and lever have been artificially colored to resemble case colors. The forearms is excellent with most all original varnish and sharp rifling, The receiver is very good with over 85% finish remaining with thinning at balance point and slight corrosion on right side. The butt stock retains over 95% of its original stock finish and has had a blank nickel silver name plate inletted into the left side. The shotgun butt plate is very good with most all blue finish remaining. Barrel Length: 32" Caliber/Bore: .45-90 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Deluxe Paperwork: No Serial Number: 141227 CORRECTION: Rifle barrel measures 32", includes letter with corresponding information.

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(C) Rare Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 .38-70 Lever Action Rifle (1906). (C) Rare Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 .38-70 Lever Action Rifle (1906).

(C) Rare Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 .38-70 Lever Action Rifle (1906).

Lot #151 (Sale Order 150 of 399)

This is an extremely rare Model 1886 deluxe Winchester loaded with special features and in one of the rarest of all calibers for this model. This was shipped as a .38-70 half octagon rifle with half magazine, shotgun rubber buttplate, nickel steel and plain trigger on June 25th, 1906. Sights are not listed but comes with a sporting front sight and Winchester two leaf folding rear sight, along with a tang sight. CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 75% original blue with sharp legends, balance thinning to gun metal grey. Frame has about 50% blue on left side and 40% on right, blending with patina. Flashes of color on lever and hammer. Stocks are proud to metal, exhibit beautiful grain, sharp checkering and pistol grip cap. Well defined rifling with frosty grooves. Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: .38-70 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Deluxe Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 137854

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(C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown .45-70 Caliber Lever Action Rifle (1900). (C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown .45-70 Caliber Lever Action Rifle (1900).

(C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lightweight Takedown .45-70 Caliber Lever Action Rifle (1900).

Lot #152 (Sale Order 151 of 399)

This lovely high condition deluxe features lightweight barrel, ramp and dovetail front ivory bead sight, Winchester folding two leaf rear sight, tang sight, half magazine, takedown, blued finish, case colored hammer and lever, deluxe checkered forend and pistol grip triple X wood shotgun buttstock and Winchester composite pistol grip cap and buttplate. CONDITION: Barrel retains approximately 95% of the original factory blue with razor sharp legends, a couple of marks under the two leaf sight which would indicate it had a longer tang rear sight at one time. Stock has the extra finish, checkering is sharp and wood is proud to metal with beautiful grain. Frame retains approximately 90% of the Winchester brilliant mirror blue finish, blending with grey patina around all high edges. Brilliant case colors on sides of hammer and lever. Fine action. Mirror bright, strong rifled bore. This is one lovely early lightweight. Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .45-70 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1886 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 121738

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(C)  Very Fine Scarce Winchester Model 1895 Musket Lever Action (C)  Very Fine Scarce Winchester Model 1895 Musket Lever Action

(C) Very Fine Scarce Winchester Model 1895 Musket Lever Action

Lot #154 (Sale Order 152 of 399)

Cal. 30 US (30-40). 28" bbl, pedestal front with pinned blade sight, military stair step ladder rear sight with hand guard. Under hand guard bbl is marked “NICKEL STEEL BARREL/ESPECIALLY FOR SMOKELESS POWDER” and “30 U.S.” at top center adjacent receiver. Standard receiver with left side marked “MANUFACTURED BY THE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW HAVEN.CONN.U.S.A. PAT. NOV.5.95.NOV.12.95.AUG.17.97.JAN.25.98.AUG.23.98”. Top tang is marked “WINCHESTER/1895”. Mounted with dark straight grain walnut, straight grip, steel carbine buttplate with trap door, inlet sling swivel base with detachable swivel, 24-3/4" forend, front band with bayonet lug and stacking swivel, rear band with fixed loop swivel, finger grooves on both sides below rear sight. CONDITION: Fine. Bbl retains 80% orig blue toning to brown patina. Blue is bright under handguard. Receiver retains 80% orig blue, blending with brown/silver patina, some minor scratches and areas of shallow surface oxidation. Stock is sound with characteristic nicks, dings & scratches, retaining an open grain oil finish, blending with hand worn patina in grip area. Forend is sound with expected nicks, dings & scratches, retaining strong orig oil finish. Mechanics are crisp and properly functioning with a nice shiny bore. TDW Barrel Length: 28" Caliber/Bore: .30-40 FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1895 Musket Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 25636

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(C) Special Order Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle (1900). (C) Special Order Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle (1900).

(C) Special Order Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle (1900).

Lot #155 (Sale Order 153 of 399)

This special order rifle features 2" longer than standard barrel (28"), deluxe checkered pistol grip walnut stock with rifle butt, Winchester black composite grip cap. Features full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting sights, blued finish, case colored frame, hammer and lever. CONDITION: Barrel is basically a smooth, clean brown patina with razor sharp edges and legends. Magazine tube is basically the same with flashes of blue. Case colored forend cap has nickeled out with some freckling. Frame colors have nickeled out with patina and visible striations on right side. Traces of color on hammer; lever and buttplate have patinated out. Wood is excellent, proud to metal with usual dings and checkering is wearing a bit thin. Fine action. Strong, well defined rifled bore with light frosting and a hint of abrasion. This is a prime example of an attic found rifle that was well used but cared for, and scarce with the 28" barrel. Barrel Length: 28" Caliber/Bore: .40-65 WCF FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Winchester Model: 1866 Paperwork: No Serial Number: 122674

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Winchester Single “W” Cartridge Board. Winchester Single “W” Cartridge Board.

Winchester Single “W” Cartridge Board.

Lot #156 (Sale Order 154 of 399)

Board is framed in oak. Panel is marked on top “WINCHESTER” in red over “REPEATING ARMS COMPANY” in gold. Bottom of board reads “NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A. / NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO”. Center of “W” has two ducks hanging. Left part of “W” shows a vignette of a hunter with an Indian scout. Right part of “W” shows a cowboy laying on the ground over his dead horse firing a Winchester rifle. Cartridges are all labeled. Board also shows some primers. Shotshells are on both sides and bottom. This board is referred to as the "Single W" with wood grain background. CONDITION: Very good condition. Frame is intact with some scratching overall. Backboard is clean. Vignettes are clear. Upon close inspection of all surfaces with a blacklight there is a 3/4" spot of restoration on the right vignette, a 2" inpainted scratch on hanging ducks; the only places of restoration we could find on the paper area. Surface is clean, all cartridges intact. There are a few small scatter blemishes in the paper that could easily be touched up but have not, as they are very minor. This is an extremely clean example of the rare and desirable 19th century cartridge boards given out to Winchester's largest dealers only and were never offered for sale to the general public. They suffer a poor survival rate as most were destroyed or cartridges removed. Due to their large size, many were relegated to basements and attics where they were left to decades of changing environment, temperature and moisture; this board has suffered none of those effects. This is not a standard shippable item and will require an oversized/breakable quote provided by Morphy Auctions.

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Lot of 10: Consecutively Numbered Unfired Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army Revolvers in Custom Di Lot of 10: Consecutively Numbered Unfired Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army Revolvers in Custom Di

Lot of 10: Consecutively Numbered Unfired Colt Custom Shop Single Action Army Revolvers in Custom Di

Lot #157 (Sale Order 155 of 399)

This collection proves that if you want something bad enough, have the means to purchase and the diligence to persevere numerous obstacles, that dreams can and do come true. In short, this collection of ten Colt Single Action Army Revolvers is the only such collection ever assembled. Historians will point to the late 19th century when ten special order Colt Single Action Army Revolvers were produced but they were all .45 caliber, nickel finish and engraved with 5-1/2" barrels and the serial numbers were not consecutive. This was a mythical run of Colts that many believe the Dalton gang ended up procuring and were used in the famous robbery at Coffeyville, Kansas of which three revolvers from that order still exist. But we go back to the fact that they were all the same and not consecutive, and cannot be compared to this current collection whereas each revolver has a special feature or combination of features, making each unique and one-of-a-kind. If any reader has ever tried to get just a single Colt from the custom gun shop with features they were no longer making, you know how difficult it was to have them overlook the discontinued items and produce them for you, regardless. Now, consider at the time the first order was placed in 1988 and the last firearm was completed on September 21st, 1995 and requested they reserve ten consecutive serial numbers from regular production for a period of over eight years and the idea that was formulated to make each one unique took a tremendous amount of patience and compliance from both sides of the table. As if coming up with ten consecutive unique Colt Army revolvers was not challenge enough alone, let's examine the firewalls that were thrown into this span of time. Upon placing the first order in 1988, Colt was in the middle of a five year Union strike, making available labor spotty at best. Then in 1992, Colt filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection where it wallowed until sold in September of 1994. It is well known that a smooth running company retains its figureheads for long period of time and that when head management changes at a rapid pace, quality and production spiral out of control. So it was during this era that these Colts were made, saw the coming and going of four different presidents: Gary W. French, Richard F. Gamble, Ronald Stillwell and Ronald C. Whitaker. In fact, there was no president when the last gun was ready for presentation and delivery. Eventually, the vacant office was filled by Donald E. Zilkha. The Colt Custom Gun Shop, renowned for the master craftsmen it employed, was in upheaval as well. Lou Sharp, the Custom Sales Shop manager would resign and Al DeJohn, founder of the shop, retired in 1990. DeJohn was replaced for a short period of time by Joe Bischof and again by Jim Alaimo. Alaimo soon resigned as well, and the custom shop responsibilities were divided into production and sales with Paul Zamsky appointed custom shop supervisor and Lynn Shea custom shop sales supervisor. In 1992, the company planned a consolidation of the two Hartford plants that was not completed until May 31st, 1994 with the custom shop among the last to vacate the Hartford Armory building. The turmoil at the Colt Factory made it nearly impossible to get an order such as this processed, a major problem being the withdrawal of serial numbers in this range, the suspending of production of the black powder style frames, shortage of supply of one piece ivory stocks, and the return of the custom shop guideline that did not allow customers to select a specific engraver. Every gun in this collection is a Custom Gun Shop endeavor; each remains unfired in its original box. It is also interesting to note that the last revolver manufactured was delivered personally by Jeffrey R. Crute, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. During these eight years, Colt mainstays such as Marty Huber, Kathy Hoyt and Beverly Haynes continued diligently to keep this project on point. To conclude, it was a near miracle that the set of Colts that dreams are made of was ever finished at all. Since their completion, this one-of-a-kind and unique collection has been featured in its entirety in two books. You can find images of the complete collection with brief descriptions and serial numbers on page 316 and 317 in the book titled "Colt and Its Collectors" as well as in "The Colt Engraving Book Vol. II" by R.L. Wilson on pages 804 and 805. Once the collection was completed, simply sticking them in a drawer was no way to display something that took almost a decade to create, so a custom wood and glass case was built specifically for this collection. Click here to see the full description.

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(M) Custom Engraved Colt Series 70 Gold Cup National Match Model 1911A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol (1974) (M) Custom Engraved Colt Series 70 Gold Cup National Match Model 1911A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol (1974)

(M) Custom Engraved Colt Series 70 Gold Cup National Match Model 1911A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol (1974)

Lot #158 (Sale Order 156 of 399)

This pistol was custom engraved by Fausto Galeazzi. The base for the project is a standard Serial 70 Gold Cup National Match .45. The finish is gun in an antique nickel and then engraving is incredible. IT is absolutely full coverage everywhere done in a deep chisel pattern with ivy and border chains. There is a swan at the rear upper right slide. He saved the original panel on the right side in blue, inlaid in gold that said "GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH" with trophy. Serial number is in gold. Proof inspector "G" on right trigger bow is in gold. Visible section of blued barrel is engraved. Left side of gun he left the panel in blue that read in gold "COLTS MK IV SERIES 70 GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH 45 AUTOMATIC CALIBER". The same swan seen on the right side is on the left side as well. Other features include wide rib, Eliason rear target sight, blued front sight, engraved blued barrel bushing, blued plunger, blued magazine release, blued slide stop and safety, blued grip safety, matte finish flat mainspring housing, and satin nickel base magazine. Sports ivory grips with engraved screws. Colt pony engraved in black with black paint, missing some paint. CONDITION: Gun is in as new condition inside and out as custom engraved. Comes in a custom made display case. We have never seen such beautiful hand chiseled engraving covering literally every inch of this pistol. The billing hours has to astronomical. Accessories: Original Box Barrel Length: 5" Caliber/Bore: .45 ACP FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1911A1 Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 70N14481

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(C) Factory Engraved Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips (1904). (C) Factory Engraved Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips (1904).

(C) Factory Engraved Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips (1904).

Lot #159 (Sale Order 157 of 399)

Shipped on January 21st, 1904. This factory engraved Colt was sent in a shipment of three guns to H&D Folsom Arms Company, New York with a 5-1/2" barrel, .45 caliber, nickel finish, factory engraved and stocks not listed. The stocks were probably put on by the dealer and are beautifully aged two piece ivory. Cuno A. Helfricht was in charge of the Colt Engraving Department during this era. When referencing the book "Colt Engraving" by Wilson, the Cuno Helfricht chapter has every aspect of this engraving including chicken feet, sunburst, Moravian star, punch dot background, scrolls and borders. A very similar example can be seen on page 295, bottom photo, serial No. 193469 which is nearly identical. This would be considered a Class C engraving job with engraving on every major part of the gun including barrel, housing, frame, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap and loading gate. CONDITION: Overall revolver retains approximately 60% of the original nickel finish. The majority of wear is on the cylinder which blends to a dark grey patina, and the forward part of the frame from firing. Some scattered aging about the barrel. Flaking on grip straps. It has never been touched, all original finish with razor sharp legends. The ivory grips have beautifully aged with dark lines and have turned a mellow color, complete with no chips or cracks. Action has all four Colt clicks and locks up like a bank vault. Strong, clean rifled bore. A very nice example of a classic Helfricht engraved turn of the century Colt Single Action Army. Barrel Length: 5 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .45 Colt FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Colt Model: SAA Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: 252447

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(M) Cased, Engraved & Inlaid Pair of Colt Python & Diamondback Double Action Revolvers. (M) Cased, Engraved & Inlaid Pair of Colt Python & Diamondback Double Action Revolvers.

(M) Cased, Engraved & Inlaid Pair of Colt Python & Diamondback Double Action Revolvers.

Lot #160 (Sale Order 158 of 399)

Gun (A) is a Colt Python manufactured 1981. Standard features include vent rib, solid lug, target rear sight, wide target hammer, serrated trigger, six shot, double action and blued finish. Both this gun and the Diamondback were engraved with gold inlays and gold damascene scrollwork as performed by master engraver Angelo Bee in 2005. Both revolvers in a similar pattern with the exception of the engraved frame and inlay. Both were fitted with two piece ivory grips. The Python, on left side of frame is engraved with a mountain scene and there is a solid raised inlay of a gold eagle; on right is a mountain scene with raised gold inlay mountain on right. Gun (B) is a Colt Diamondback also manufactured 1981. The diamondback has the same standard features as the Python. The same damascene scrollwork can be seen. Left side of frame has an inlaid rabbit with engraved field scene; right side has engraved field scene with inlaid antlered deer. CONDITION: Both guns are near new inside and out since custom work was performed. This beautiful set of Colt revolvers is housed in a custom made wood case, French fitted and lined in red velvet. Comes with a certificate dated and signed by Angelo Bee listing the guns by serial number, guaranteeing the guns to be authentic. The name Angelo Bee stands proud among all the contemporary engravers and is in a talent class all of his own. One of the most recognized engravers of our time. Accessories: Case, Certificate of Authenticity Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: (A) .357 Magnum (B) .22LR FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer: Colt Model: (A) Python (B) Diamondback Paperwork: Yes Serial Number: (A) K18646 (B) S72233