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This sale by Amoskeag Auction Company features over 900 lots of rare and historic firearms. View the entire catalog here.
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Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver Factory Inscribed

Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver Factory Inscribed

Lot # 1000 (Sale Order: 1 of 901)

serial #9655, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a special order five-screw round butt revolver which is factory inscribed with its original owner's name "PETE KUHLHOFF" on the right side of the frame and was also furnished with "bright blue finish" and smooth rosewood grips. The revolver remains in superb original condition with 98% strong, bright original blue with only loss being slight muzzle wear and a faint turn ring on the cylinder; there are a few scattered specks of fine pinprick pitting on the cylinder, they are barely visible. The smooth rosewood grips have silver "S&W" medallions and rate excellent plus with virtually all of their original finish. The revolver comes in correct red factory two-piece box which is numbered to a different revolver. The condition of the box is excellent and the end label is proper. The revolver comes with a factory letter confirming configuration and showing shipment to Pete Kuhlhoff in Clinton, CT on January 8, 1953. Pete Kuhlhoff was an artist, illustrator and writer of short stories. Later in life he authored "Kuhlhoff on Guns" which was published in 1970, he passed away two years after that book was published. This is a wonderful little Smith. Investment quality. (18422-4) {C&R}

serial #9655, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a special order five-screw round butt revolver which is factory inscribed with its original ...moreowner's name "PETE KUHLHOFF" on the right side of the frame and was also furnished with "bright blue finish" and smooth rosewood grips. The revolver remains in superb original condition with 98% strong, bright original blue with only loss being slight muzzle wear and a faint turn ring on the cylinder; there are a few scattered specks of fine pinprick pitting on the cylinder, they are barely visible. The smooth rosewood grips have silver "S&W" medallions and rate excellent plus with virtually all of their original finish. The revolver comes in correct red factory two-piece box which is numbered to a different revolver. The condition of the box is excellent and the end label is proper. The revolver comes with a factory letter confirming configuration and showing shipment to Pete Kuhlhoff in Clinton, CT on January 8, 1953. Pete Kuhlhoff was an artist, illustrator and writer of short stories. Later in life he authored "Kuhlhoff on Guns" which was published in 1970, he passed away two years after that book was published. This is a wonderful little Smith. Investment quality. (18422-4) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver

Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver

Lot # 1001 (Sale Order: 2 of 901)

serial #61, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an extremely early revolver which features the old style rounded half-moon front sight. This is a five screw round butt revolver with flat latch. The condition is wonderful with 98% original bright blue finish remaining with loss due to a very faint drag mark on cylinder and a tiny amount of muzzle wear. The checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions are about mint. The revolver comes in an original period red two-piece box with end label reading correct except for "3 Inch" barrel. What is peculiar is that a 3" Chief's Special will not fit in this box. The gun comes with a factory letter confirming the bright blue finish, the half-moon front sight and shows shipment on June 19, 1951 to a Charles Greenblott in New York City. A very rare and high condition early two-digit Chief's Special revolver. (18422-3) {C&R}

serial #61, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an extremely early revolver which features the old style rounded half-moon front sight. This i...mores a five screw round butt revolver with flat latch. The condition is wonderful with 98% original bright blue finish remaining with loss due to a very faint drag mark on cylinder and a tiny amount of muzzle wear. The checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions are about mint. The revolver comes in an original period red two-piece box with end label reading correct except for "3 Inch" barrel. What is peculiar is that a 3" Chief's Special will not fit in this box. The gun comes with a factory letter confirming the bright blue finish, the half-moon front sight and shows shipment on June 19, 1951 to a Charles Greenblott in New York City. A very rare and high condition early two-digit Chief's Special revolver. (18422-3) {C&R}

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Wonderful Smith & Wesson .22/32 Heavy Frame Target Revolver

Wonderful Smith & Wesson .22/32 Heavy Frame Target Revolver

Lot # 1002 (Sale Order: 3 of 901)

serial #495550, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver is equipped with factory adjustable sights, correct non-recessed cylinder and it remains in superb original condition. The metal surfaces of revolver retain 98% plus original blue finish with only loss being a tiny amount of muzzle wear and a very light drag line of cylinder. The original two-piece checkered walnut grips are properly pencil-numbered to the gun and rate near mint with all of their original finish and with sharp checkering. The revolver comes in its original hinged-top box which is properly numbered on bottom and shows near perfect end label. The revolver also comes with a factory letter showing shipment on October 26, 1929 to Carlisle Hardware Company in Springfield, MA. A wonderful little "Bekeart" that would be difficult to upgrade from. (18422-6) {C&R}

serial #495550, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver is equipped with factory adjustable sights, correct non-recessed cylinder and it remains in s...moreuperb original condition. The metal surfaces of revolver retain 98% plus original blue finish with only loss being a tiny amount of muzzle wear and a very light drag line of cylinder. The original two-piece checkered walnut grips are properly pencil-numbered to the gun and rate near mint with all of their original finish and with sharp checkering. The revolver comes in its original hinged-top box which is properly numbered on bottom and shows near perfect end label. The revolver also comes with a factory letter showing shipment on October 26, 1929 to Carlisle Hardware Company in Springfield, MA. A wonderful little "Bekeart" that would be difficult to upgrade from. (18422-6) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson .22/32 "Pre Model 34" Kit Gun

Smith & Wesson .22/32 "Pre Model 34" Kit Gun

Lot # 1003 (Sale Order: 4 of 901)

serial #9665, 22 LR, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This little round butt Smith features a flat latch and adjustable sights. The revolver remains in wonderful condition with 99% strong original blue finish remaining with only noticeable loss being a light turn ring on cylinder. The diamond checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions are properly stamp-numbered to the gun and rate near mint. The revolver comes in a correct original box with correct end label but it is numbered on the bottom to gun number "7108". A super little Kit Gun. (18422-12) {C&R}

serial #9665, 22 LR, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This little round butt Smith features a flat latch and adjustable sights. The revolver remains in wonderful c...moreondition with 99% strong original blue finish remaining with only noticeable loss being a light turn ring on cylinder. The diamond checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions are properly stamp-numbered to the gun and rate near mint. The revolver comes in a correct original box with correct end label but it is numbered on the bottom to gun number "7108". A super little Kit Gun. (18422-12) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson .38/44 Heavy Duty "Pre-Model 20" Revolver

Smith & Wesson .38/44 Heavy Duty "Pre-Model 20" Revolver

Lot # 1004 (Sale Order: 5 of 901)

serial #S147968, 38 S&W Special, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver remains in wonderful condition retaining 99% of its bright original nickel plated finish overall. There are some scattered very light abrasions which do not penetrate the nickel. The original diamond checkered walnut Magna style grips with silver S&W medallions are stamp-numbered to the revolver and rate near mint. The revolver comes in its original gold S&W two-piece box which is properly numbered to the gun. Investment quality. (18422-7) {C&R}

serial #S147968, 38 S&W Special, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver remains in wonderful condition retaining 99% of its bright original nickel plated f...moreinish overall. There are some scattered very light abrasions which do not penetrate the nickel. The original diamond checkered walnut Magna style grips with silver S&W medallions are stamp-numbered to the revolver and rate near mint. The revolver comes in its original gold S&W two-piece box which is properly numbered to the gun. Investment quality. (18422-7) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman Transitional Revolver

Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman Transitional Revolver

Lot # 1005 (Sale Order: 6 of 901)

serial #S70579, 38/44 S&W Special / 38 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This post-war five-screw transitional revolver was made in 1948 and holds strong condition. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, the usual turn ring on the cylinder and a small patch of oxidized pinprick pitting on both sides of the barrel. The service-style trigger and hammer retain bold case-hardened colors with light operational wear. The diamond checkered walnut factory Magna grips with silver S&W medallions are numbered to the gun and rate very good to excellent with light dents, mostly around the butt. All appropriate parts are correctly numbered to the gun and it features a factory Patridge front sight and black blade adjustable rear sight. The revolver includes a gold factory two-piece box that is correctly end labeled to the gun. The serial numbers were usually written in grease pencil on the bottom end of the box and the "S" is visible but the remaining number is to faint to read. The box contains a factory aluminum cleaning rod, bore brush, bore mop, "Helpful Hints" pamphlet and a very desirable blue-finished knurled sight adjustment tool. The box rates about very good with light scuffs, edge wear and oxidation on the metal corner reinforcements. The pamphlet rates near excellent as does the sight adjustment tool with minor wear on the finish. A factory letter dated November 15, 2005 indicates this revolver was shipped as described on June 4, 1948 to E.K. Tryon Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This gun has many desirable features for the collector: strong condition, box, accessories and documentation. (88435-2) {C&R}

serial #S70579, 38/44 S&W Special / 38 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This post-war five-screw transitional revolver was made in 1948 and holds strong con...moredition. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, the usual turn ring on the cylinder and a small patch of oxidized pinprick pitting on both sides of the barrel. The service-style trigger and hammer retain bold case-hardened colors with light operational wear. The diamond checkered walnut factory Magna grips with silver S&W medallions are numbered to the gun and rate very good to excellent with light dents, mostly around the butt. All appropriate parts are correctly numbered to the gun and it features a factory Patridge front sight and black blade adjustable rear sight. The revolver includes a gold factory two-piece box that is correctly end labeled to the gun. The serial numbers were usually written in grease pencil on the bottom end of the box and the "S" is visible but the remaining number is to faint to read. The box contains a factory aluminum cleaning rod, bore brush, bore mop, "Helpful Hints" pamphlet and a very desirable blue-finished knurled sight adjustment tool. The box rates about very good with light scuffs, edge wear and oxidation on the metal corner reinforcements. The pamphlet rates near excellent as does the sight adjustment tool with minor wear on the finish. A factory letter dated November 15, 2005 indicates this revolver was shipped as described on June 4, 1948 to E.K. Tryon Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This gun has many desirable features for the collector: strong condition, box, accessories and documentation. (88435-2) {C&R}

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Colt 150th Anniversary 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Colt 150th Anniversary 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Lot # 1006 (Sale Order: 7 of 901)

serial #AM0820, 45 Colt, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful revolver has 50% coverage of loose scroll engraving with punch-dot shading. There is a small wedge of engraving at the muzzle, an outlay around the barrel address and a slice over each chamber. The backstrap has a gold-plated medallion that reads "150 YEARS OF COLT CRAFTMANSHIP", arched over a circled 150th Rampant Colt logo in addition to a plated wavy-edged banner with scroll embellishments on each end that extends to the heel. The barrel has "-1836 * 150TH ANNIVERSARY * 1986-" below the barrel address. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus Colt royal blue finish with no turn ring present. The smooth goncalo alves factory grips with gold "150" Rampant Colt medallions rate excellent with a few very minor handling marks. The grips and cylinder are assembly numbered to the gun. cThis lovely commemorative includes the unmarked craft shipping box and a cherrywood presentation case marked "1836

serial #AM0820, 45 Colt, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful revolver has 50% coverage of loose scroll engraving with punch-dot shading. There is a small we...moredge of engraving at the muzzle, an outlay around the barrel address and a slice over each chamber. The backstrap has a gold-plated medallion that reads "150 YEARS OF COLT CRAFTMANSHIP", arched over a circled 150th Rampant Colt logo in addition to a plated wavy-edged banner with scroll embellishments on each end that extends to the heel. The barrel has "-1836 * 150TH ANNIVERSARY * 1986-" below the barrel address. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus Colt royal blue finish with no turn ring present. The smooth goncalo alves factory grips with gold "150" Rampant Colt medallions rate excellent with a few very minor handling marks. The grips and cylinder are assembly numbered to the gun. cThis lovely commemorative includes the unmarked craft shipping box and a cherrywood presentation case marked "1836

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Harrington & Richardson Model 195 U.S.R.A. Single Shot Target Pistol

Harrington & Richardson Model 195 U.S.R.A. Single Shot Target Pistol

Lot # 1007 (Sale Order: 8 of 901)

serial #588, 22 LR, 10" round barrel with rib and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second variation pistol retain about 97% factory blue finish with scattered light scratches, high edge wear and minor freckling. The one-piece checkered walnut factory grips about good with light handling wear but about a 1/2" long section of grip has broken off 1/2" from the top right side of the backstrap where the wood tends to be very thin. This pistol features a fixed front Patridge sight that needs to be re-staked, round ejector, adjustable rear sight, grooved trigger and "U.S.R.A. MODEL" on the side of the barrel. Barrel-to-frame fit is tight and the gun remains fully functional. A factory hinged box in fair to good condition is included. The edges are wearing with one corner torn on the cover along with few light cracks and scattered storage wear. The box is correctly end-labeled to the gun but any penciled serial number is no longer visible. The gun has seen light but honest use and would be a welcome addition to any collection. (88458-1) {C&R}

serial #588, 22 LR, 10" round barrel with rib and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second variation pistol retain about 97% factory blue finish with scattere...mored light scratches, high edge wear and minor freckling. The one-piece checkered walnut factory grips about good with light handling wear but about a 1/2" long section of grip has broken off 1/2" from the top right side of the backstrap where the wood tends to be very thin. This pistol features a fixed front Patridge sight that needs to be re-staked, round ejector, adjustable rear sight, grooved trigger and "U.S.R.A. MODEL" on the side of the barrel. Barrel-to-frame fit is tight and the gun remains fully functional. A factory hinged box in fair to good condition is included. The edges are wearing with one corner torn on the cover along with few light cracks and scattered storage wear. The box is correctly end-labeled to the gun but any penciled serial number is no longer visible. The gun has seen light but honest use and would be a welcome addition to any collection. (88458-1) {C&R}

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Colt Second Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Colt Second Generation Single Action Army Revolver

Lot # 1008 (Sale Order: 9 of 901)

serial #66362SA, 45 Colt, 4 3/4" factory replacement barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely revolver retain about 99% factory nickel plate with a faint turn ring on the cylinder and a few minor handling marks. The unmarked checkered synthetic factory "eagle" grips with oval Colt logo rate excellent. All appropriate parts are correctly numbered to the gun and function is excellent. The backstrap is a replacement that has had the original number "X'd" out and renumbered to the gun with a different size font. There are no factory rework marks but a factory letter dated August 29, 2016, indicates this revolver left the factory as described except with a 7 1/2" barrel. It further states that three guns, including this one, were shipped on March 26, 1973 to Cullum & Boren Sporting Goods, 1144 Quaker St., Dallas, Texas. Other paperwork provided indicates the gun was converted to 4 3/4" but does not indicate if it was done by the factory but the work is certainly factory quality. The revolver includes a factory "stagecoach box" that rates about good with repaired corners, fraying and separating edges and storage wear. The box is labeled in red marker for a 7 1/2" barrel .45 on one end but the other end was written over in ink to 5 1/2". The box is not numbered but it is likely that this may be the original box. Overall, the gun remains in excellent condition and would make a great start up gun for the budding collector or a real nice handling sixgun for the Cowboy action shooter. (88467-3) {C&R}

serial #66362SA, 45 Colt, 4 3/4" factory replacement barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely revolver retain about 99% factory nickel plate with ...morea faint turn ring on the cylinder and a few minor handling marks. The unmarked checkered synthetic factory "eagle" grips with oval Colt logo rate excellent. All appropriate parts are correctly numbered to the gun and function is excellent. The backstrap is a replacement that has had the original number "X'd" out and renumbered to the gun with a different size font. There are no factory rework marks but a factory letter dated August 29, 2016, indicates this revolver left the factory as described except with a 7 1/2" barrel. It further states that three guns, including this one, were shipped on March 26, 1973 to Cullum & Boren Sporting Goods, 1144 Quaker St., Dallas, Texas. Other paperwork provided indicates the gun was converted to 4 3/4" but does not indicate if it was done by the factory but the work is certainly factory quality. The revolver includes a factory "stagecoach box" that rates about good with repaired corners, fraying and separating edges and storage wear. The box is labeled in red marker for a 7 1/2" barrel .45 on one end but the other end was written over in ink to 5 1/2". The box is not numbered but it is likely that this may be the original box. Overall, the gun remains in excellent condition and would make a great start up gun for the budding collector or a real nice handling sixgun for the Cowboy action shooter. (88467-3) {C&R}

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Colt Diamondback Revolver

Colt Diamondback Revolver

Lot # 1009 (Sale Order: 10 of 901)

serial #D90264, 22 LR, 4" ventilated rib barrel with an excellent bore. This 1976-made revolver is in beautiful condition and appears to be as new in the box. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered hardwood factory target grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. This revolver has the standard Diamondback features such as an Accro rear sight, ramp front sight, smooth trigger and wide spur target hammer. It includes the original woodgrain box with Styrofoam insert that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, manual and paperwork. The box rates about good with a repaired end flap, scuffed edges, (2) torn dust flaps (both provided) and the Styrofoam insert rates very good. A beautiful Diamondback that appears unfired and would be a wonderful addition to any "Snake" collection. (88435-9) {MODERN}

serial #D90264, 22 LR, 4" ventilated rib barrel with an excellent bore. This 1976-made revolver is in beautiful condition and appears to be as new in the box. The metal s...moreurfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered hardwood factory target grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. This revolver has the standard Diamondback features such as an Accro rear sight, ramp front sight, smooth trigger and wide spur target hammer. It includes the original woodgrain box with Styrofoam insert that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, manual and paperwork. The box rates about good with a repaired end flap, scuffed edges, (2) torn dust flaps (both provided) and the Styrofoam insert rates very good. A beautiful Diamondback that appears unfired and would be a wonderful addition to any "Snake" collection. (88435-9) {MODERN}

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Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 Revolver

Lot # 1010 (Sale Order: 11 of 901)

serial #N13364, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was received by Mr. Jinks early in his career and prior to full time employment with the company. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a few minor handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .400" smooth target trigger retain the beautiful case-hardened colors the company is noted for. The smooth goncalo alves factory target grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent with a few minor handling marks. This big N-frame features a red ramp front sight and white outline adjustable factory rear sight. The revolver includes a factory mahogany presentation case that rates excellent overall, with a few handling and storage marks on the exterior and good flocking on the interior. A copy of a factory ledger sheet is provided and it shows this gun was shipped Roy Jinks in Greene, New York on July 16, 1970. Mr. Jinks advises this gun was payment for work performed prior to becoming a bona fide employee and was a method frequently employed by the factory to compensate him before being placed on the payroll. The gun appears to have seen little if any use. The collector will get a fine gun and get to share part of Roy's "paycheck". (88414-42) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #N13364, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was received by Mr. Jinks early in his career and prior to full time employment with the...more company. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a few minor handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .400" smooth target trigger retain the beautiful case-hardened colors the company is noted for. The smooth goncalo alves factory target grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent with a few minor handling marks. This big N-frame features a red ramp front sight and white outline adjustable factory rear sight. The revolver includes a factory mahogany presentation case that rates excellent overall, with a few handling and storage marks on the exterior and good flocking on the interior. A copy of a factory ledger sheet is provided and it shows this gun was shipped Roy Jinks in Greene, New York on July 16, 1970. Mr. Jinks advises this gun was payment for work performed prior to becoming a bona fide employee and was a method frequently employed by the factory to compensate him before being placed on the payroll. The gun appears to have seen little if any use. The collector will get a fine gun and get to share part of Roy's "paycheck". (88414-42) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 29-10 N.R.A. 50 Years of Dedication Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 29-10 N.R.A. 50 Years of Dedication Revolver

Lot # 1011 (Sale Order: 12 of 901)

serial #CME0614, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was made for the 2009 N.R.A. show in Phoenix, Arizona. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus factory deep lustrous blue with a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" serrated target trigger and .500" target hammer retain full case-hardened colors. The diamond checkered walnut factory target grips with gold S&W medallions rate excellent. The revolver features a red ramp front sight, white outline micro adjustable rear sight and older four-screw configuration but the fourth screw is a "bug" screw on the sideplate in lieu of the front of the triggerguard. The sideplate has the seal of the National Rifle Association "Roy Jinks (script) / 1959-2009" laser-etched on it and the right side of the barrel is also laser-etched with "50 Years of Dedication" in script. The gun includes a mahogany presentation case in excellent condition that has the "[S&W logo] / Smith & Wesson" laser-etched on the cover. It also includes the shipping sleeve for the presentation case, the original factory hard case that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, fired case, unused cleaning kit, a pair of internal lock keys, cable lock with a pair of keys, manual and paperwork. The sight adjustment tool they provided has a knurled aluminum handle with black oxide shaft and long tapered end. Factory disposition and packing sheets show this gun was shipped to Jan Mladek c/o Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, 340 N 3RD St., Phoenix, Arizona and later shipped to Roy Jinks on July 14, 2009. This gun remains as-new in the box and is a wonderful tribute to the National Rifle Association. (88414-27) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #CME0614, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was made for the 2009 N.R.A. show in Phoenix, Arizona. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus...more factory deep lustrous blue with a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" serrated target trigger and .500" target hammer retain full case-hardened colors. The diamond checkered walnut factory target grips with gold S&W medallions rate excellent. The revolver features a red ramp front sight, white outline micro adjustable rear sight and older four-screw configuration but the fourth screw is a "bug" screw on the sideplate in lieu of the front of the triggerguard. The sideplate has the seal of the National Rifle Association "Roy Jinks (script) / 1959-2009" laser-etched on it and the right side of the barrel is also laser-etched with "50 Years of Dedication" in script. The gun includes a mahogany presentation case in excellent condition that has the "[S&W logo] / Smith & Wesson" laser-etched on the cover. It also includes the shipping sleeve for the presentation case, the original factory hard case that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, fired case, unused cleaning kit, a pair of internal lock keys, cable lock with a pair of keys, manual and paperwork. The sight adjustment tool they provided has a knurled aluminum handle with black oxide shaft and long tapered end. Factory disposition and packing sheets show this gun was shipped to Jan Mladek c/o Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, 340 N 3RD St., Phoenix, Arizona and later shipped to Roy Jinks on July 14, 2009. This gun remains as-new in the box and is a wonderful tribute to the National Rifle Association. (88414-27) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 29-8 150th Anniversary Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 29-8 150th Anniversary Revolver

Lot # 1012 (Sale Order: 13 of 901)

serial #DBW0013, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in superb condition. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with just a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The case-hardened colors on the .400" smooth target trigger and .500" target hammer rate excellent. This commemorative was normally factory equipped with Herrett's smooth walnut grips but this gun has smooth walnut Hogue Monogrip displaying nicely figured grain with a shape reminiscent of the old Roper style grips; the grips rate excellent. Each chamber has a wedge of light loose scroll-engraved background layered by a single gold inlaid loop of scroll with the likeness of the old Volcanic pistol intertwined. The left side of the barrel has a scroll-engraved background layered with a loose gold inlaid scroll and a banner marked "1852

serial #DBW0013, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in superb condition. The m...moreetal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with just a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The case-hardened colors on the .400" smooth target trigger and .500" target hammer rate excellent. This commemorative was normally factory equipped with Herrett's smooth walnut grips but this gun has smooth walnut Hogue Monogrip displaying nicely figured grain with a shape reminiscent of the old Roper style grips; the grips rate excellent. Each chamber has a wedge of light loose scroll-engraved background layered by a single gold inlaid loop of scroll with the likeness of the old Volcanic pistol intertwined. The left side of the barrel has a scroll-engraved background layered with a loose gold inlaid scroll and a banner marked "1852

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Smith & Wesson Model 29-3 Elmer Keith Deluxe Commemorative Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 29-3 Elmer Keith Deluxe Commemorative Revolver

Lot # 1013 (Sale Order: 14 of 901)

serial #EMK0036, 44 Magnum, 4" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. Roy Jinks designed the Elmer Keith commemorative set and was given this gun by the company for his efforts. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with a very faint turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" serrated target trigger and .500" target hammer retain bold case-hardened colors. The beautiful smooth ivory factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent but there is a small hairline check on the left panel below the knuckle. The revolver features a factory white outline rear sight, red ramp front sight and a number of gold leaf embellishments. The left side of the barrel has a gold banner with scroll work marked "SMITH & WESSON / 44 Magnum" and the right side a straight banner with "44 Magnum" layered with a serpentine banner marked "ELMER KEITH COMMEMORATIVE 1899– 1984". The old master himself is on the sideplate in a rope frame with his signature next to it. The left side of the frame is marked "1 of 2500". The cylinder is marked in gold with four of the highlights of his life to include: "Sixguns", "Hell I Was There", "1st Outstanding Handgunner" and his longtime home of "Salmon Idaho". The gun has a factory rework date of January 1994 on the frame and cylinder but no rework marks. A copy of a factory ledger is provided and shows this gun was sold to Roy Jinks on October 10, 1986. This gun appears to have seen little if any use and is a fine tribute to this important developer of the 44 magnum cartridge. (88414-3) {C&R} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #EMK0036, 44 Magnum, 4" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. Roy Jinks designed the Elmer Keith commemorative set and was given this gun by the company for his eff...moreorts. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with a very faint turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" serrated target trigger and .500" target hammer retain bold case-hardened colors. The beautiful smooth ivory factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent but there is a small hairline check on the left panel below the knuckle. The revolver features a factory white outline rear sight, red ramp front sight and a number of gold leaf embellishments. The left side of the barrel has a gold banner with scroll work marked "SMITH & WESSON / 44 Magnum" and the right side a straight banner with "44 Magnum" layered with a serpentine banner marked "ELMER KEITH COMMEMORATIVE 1899– 1984". The old master himself is on the sideplate in a rope frame with his signature next to it. The left side of the frame is marked "1 of 2500". The cylinder is marked in gold with four of the highlights of his life to include: "Sixguns", "Hell I Was There", "1st Outstanding Handgunner" and his longtime home of "Salmon Idaho". The gun has a factory rework date of January 1994 on the frame and cylinder but no rework marks. A copy of a factory ledger is provided and shows this gun was sold to Roy Jinks on October 10, 1986. This gun appears to have seen little if any use and is a fine tribute to this important developer of the 44 magnum cartridge. (88414-3) {C&R} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Rare Smith & Wesson Model 10-13 100th Anniversary Military & Police Revolver with Presentation Case

Rare Smith & Wesson Model 10-13 100th Anniversary Military & Police Revolver with Presentation Case

Lot # 1014 (Sale Order: 15 of 901)

serial #M&P0032, 38 Special, 4" pinned tapered barrel with an excellent bore. Only 34 of these lovely anniversary revolvers were produced and they were configured to resemble the model 1899 M&P. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus high polish factory finish with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The M.I.M. service hammer is fashioned after the original model 1899 but the trigger is a .256" smooth M.I.M. trigger with strong case-hardened colors remaining. The diamond checkered walnut factory round butt grips rate excellent. The revolver has no front locking lug on the barrel, the front sight is the rounded half-moon style, the barrel address and patent dates are on the top of the barrel, there are four screws on the sideplate and the thumbpiece is similar to the original. The revolver is housed in a beautiful hardwood presentation case that rates near excellent exhibiting a few light handling marks. The raised panel cover has a laser relief etched S&W logo with "SMITH & WESSON / .38 MILITARY & POLICE" encircling it and a straight banner across the logo marked "1899 100TH ANNIVERSARY 1999". The blue crushed velvet lining rates excellent with the same marking as the top cover in a different format printed in gold on the inside of the lid. The revolver also includes a one-sided 100th anniversary coin, key for presentation case lock in sealed envelope and paperwork. The factory disposition sheet indicates this gun was shipped to J&G Sales of Prescott, Arizona on December 17, 2002 but is not clear when it was sold to Mr. Jinks. These guns never went into full production and are scarce. A must-have for the dedicated Smith & Wesson collector. (88414-53) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #M&P0032, 38 Special, 4" pinned tapered barrel with an excellent bore. Only 34 of these lovely anniversary revolvers were produced and they were configured to rese...moremble the model 1899 M&P. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus high polish factory finish with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The M.I.M. service hammer is fashioned after the original model 1899 but the trigger is a .256" smooth M.I.M. trigger with strong case-hardened colors remaining. The diamond checkered walnut factory round butt grips rate excellent. The revolver has no front locking lug on the barrel, the front sight is the rounded half-moon style, the barrel address and patent dates are on the top of the barrel, there are four screws on the sideplate and the thumbpiece is similar to the original. The revolver is housed in a beautiful hardwood presentation case that rates near excellent exhibiting a few light handling marks. The raised panel cover has a laser relief etched S&W logo with "SMITH & WESSON / .38 MILITARY & POLICE" encircling it and a straight banner across the logo marked "1899 100TH ANNIVERSARY 1999". The blue crushed velvet lining rates excellent with the same marking as the top cover in a different format printed in gold on the inside of the lid. The revolver also includes a one-sided 100th anniversary coin, key for presentation case lock in sealed envelope and paperwork. The factory disposition sheet indicates this gun was shipped to J&G Sales of Prescott, Arizona on December 17, 2002 but is not clear when it was sold to Mr. Jinks. These guns never went into full production and are scarce. A must-have for the dedicated Smith & Wesson collector. (88414-53) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 25-3 Heavy Barrel Target 125th Anniversary Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 25-3 Heavy Barrel Target 125th Anniversary Revolver

Lot # 1015 (Sale Order: 16 of 901)

serial #S&W0013, 45 Colt, 6 1/2" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in grand condition. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .500" target trigger retain robust case-hardened colors. The smooth goncalo alves factory target grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The gun features a factory white outline rear sight and red ramp front sight. The factory markings on the left side and right sides of the barrel are gold-filled as is the commemorative seal on the sideplate. The gun has some fine accessories that include a factory French fitted hardwood presentation case that rates near excellent with a few scattered light handling marks. The cover has a small brass plate marked "SMITH & WESSON / 125Th Anniversary Commemorative / 1852

serial #S&W0013, 45 Colt, 6 1/2" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in grand condition...more. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .500" target trigger retain robust case-hardened colors. The smooth goncalo alves factory target grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The gun features a factory white outline rear sight and red ramp front sight. The factory markings on the left side and right sides of the barrel are gold-filled as is the commemorative seal on the sideplate. The gun has some fine accessories that include a factory French fitted hardwood presentation case that rates near excellent with a few scattered light handling marks. The cover has a small brass plate marked "SMITH & WESSON / 125Th Anniversary Commemorative / 1852

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Custom Browning High-Power Semi-Auto Target Pistol Presented to Roy Jinks upon Being Named Outstandi

Custom Browning High-Power Semi-Auto Target Pistol Presented to Roy Jinks upon Being Named Outstandi

Lot # 1016 (Sale Order: 17 of 901)

serial #245NX66543, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a custom gun built for Roy Jinks by Pistolsmith Jim Garthwaite of Watsontown, Pennsylvania and was presented to him in 1994 upon being named Outstanding American Handgunner. The metal surfaces of this fine custom pistol retain about 99% plus professionally applied polished and glass bead blue finish. The grips are custom Craig Spegel fully checkered hardwood dated February 1994 with nice grain pattern, his usual impeccable workmanship in excellent condition. This gun has many custom features in addition to those mentioned: slide flattened and serrated, checkered frontstrap, checkered backstrap, checkered rear of slide, serrated Patridge dovetail front sight, Heinie original #300 Slant-Pro rear sight, bevel magazine well, ambidextrous factory thumb safeties, barrel machined flush with slide and 60 degree crown applied, throat and polish factory barrel, soften and radius sharp corners, steel Commander hammer, carry trigger job, polish front of magazine tube and add bumper pad to magazine to name some of the work performed. The gun is displayed in a French fitted walnut display case with green cloth lining. The gun appears to have little if any use and the case remains in excellent condition. If you are a High-Power fan you are going to love this gun. (88414-37) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #245NX66543, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a custom gun built for Roy Jinks by Pistolsmith Jim Garthwaite of Watsontown, Pennsylvania and was ...morepresented to him in 1994 upon being named Outstanding American Handgunner. The metal surfaces of this fine custom pistol retain about 99% plus professionally applied polished and glass bead blue finish. The grips are custom Craig Spegel fully checkered hardwood dated February 1994 with nice grain pattern, his usual impeccable workmanship in excellent condition. This gun has many custom features in addition to those mentioned: slide flattened and serrated, checkered frontstrap, checkered backstrap, checkered rear of slide, serrated Patridge dovetail front sight, Heinie original #300 Slant-Pro rear sight, bevel magazine well, ambidextrous factory thumb safeties, barrel machined flush with slide and 60 degree crown applied, throat and polish factory barrel, soften and radius sharp corners, steel Commander hammer, carry trigger job, polish front of magazine tube and add bumper pad to magazine to name some of the work performed. The gun is displayed in a French fitted walnut display case with green cloth lining. The gun appears to have little if any use and the case remains in excellent condition. If you are a High-Power fan you are going to love this gun. (88414-37) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Navy Arms Model 1875 Schofield Top-Break Revolver by Uberti

Navy Arms Model 1875 Schofield Top-Break Revolver by Uberti

Lot # 1017 (Sale Order: 18 of 901)

serial #1396, 45 Colt, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. Noted Smith & Wesson collector Gary Garbrecht presented this revolver to Roy Jinks. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with bold case-hardened colors on the triggerguard, hammer, barrel latch assembly and ejector lever. The revolver has beautiful smooth factory ivory grips that are numbered to the gun and rate excellent. The gun includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun. It also includes a spare set of smooth walnut factory grips that are numbered to the gun and rate excellent, cleaning rod, a leather six loop .45 caliber cartridge holder, March / April 1995 Handgunning Magazine article by author Wiley Clapp on the Navy Arms Schofield and paperwork. Gary Garbrecht was best known for his engineering accomplishments in the arena of high performance marine racing and collecting Smith & Wesson firearms; after his passing Amoskeag Auction was very honored to be selected to market his collection, in September of 2005. A prestigious collector such as Mr. Garbrecht would not accumulate his fine collection during that time span without becoming well acquainted with Mr. Jinks. The gun remains as new in the box with lovely ivory grips. (88414-33) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #1396, 45 Colt, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. Noted Smith & Wesson collector Gary Garbrecht presented this revolver to Roy Jinks. The metal surfaces retain abo...moreut 99% plus factory blue finish with bold case-hardened colors on the triggerguard, hammer, barrel latch assembly and ejector lever. The revolver has beautiful smooth factory ivory grips that are numbered to the gun and rate excellent. The gun includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun. It also includes a spare set of smooth walnut factory grips that are numbered to the gun and rate excellent, cleaning rod, a leather six loop .45 caliber cartridge holder, March / April 1995 Handgunning Magazine article by author Wiley Clapp on the Navy Arms Schofield and paperwork. Gary Garbrecht was best known for his engineering accomplishments in the arena of high performance marine racing and collecting Smith & Wesson firearms; after his passing Amoskeag Auction was very honored to be selected to market his collection, in September of 2005. A prestigious collector such as Mr. Garbrecht would not accumulate his fine collection during that time span without becoming well acquainted with Mr. Jinks. The gun remains as new in the box with lovely ivory grips. (88414-33) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Thompson Center Contender Pistol Presented to Roy Jinks upon Being Named Outstanding American Handgu

Thompson Center Contender Pistol Presented to Roy Jinks upon Being Named Outstanding American Handgu

Lot # 1018 (Sale Order: 19 of 901)

serial #OAHA1994, 22 LR, 10" bull barrel with an excellent bore. This handgun was presented to Roy Jinks by Thompson Center for winning the Outstanding American Handgunner Award. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The highly figured walnut grip and forend rate excellent. The pistol features a Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight and hammer mounted selector / safety. The pistol includes the original factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, Allen wrench, manual and paperwork. Roy Jinks was awarded the Outstanding American Handgunner Award in 1994 and inducted into National Rifle Association Hall of fame. Thompson Center assembled and numbered this gun to celebrate his achievement and it remains in excellent unused condition. (88414-13) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #OAHA1994, 22 LR, 10" bull barrel with an excellent bore. This handgun was presented to Roy Jinks by Thompson Center for winning the Outstanding American Handgunne...morer Award. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The highly figured walnut grip and forend rate excellent. The pistol features a Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight and hammer mounted selector / safety. The pistol includes the original factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, Allen wrench, manual and paperwork. Roy Jinks was awarded the Outstanding American Handgunner Award in 1994 and inducted into National Rifle Association Hall of fame. Thompson Center assembled and numbered this gun to celebrate his achievement and it remains in excellent unused condition. (88414-13) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Auto Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 1019 (Sale Order: 20 of 901)

serial #TEY8805, 22 LR, 7" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The checkered finger rest goncalo alves factory grips rate excellent. This early 1990-made pistol features a Patridge front sight and black blade adjustable rear sight. It includes an original factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, a single factory magazine, chamber flag and factory disposition paperwork. The disposition sheet and shipping invoice indicate this gun was shipped to Caroline Pletl, a factory target shooter, on June 20, 1990 and later acquired by Mr. Jinks. This pistol remains in superb condition. (88414-20) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #TEY8805, 22 LR, 7" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The checkered finger rest goncalo alves fact...moreory grips rate excellent. This early 1990-made pistol features a Patridge front sight and black blade adjustable rear sight. It includes an original factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, a single factory magazine, chamber flag and factory disposition paperwork. The disposition sheet and shipping invoice indicate this gun was shipped to Caroline Pletl, a factory target shooter, on June 20, 1990 and later acquired by Mr. Jinks. This pistol remains in superb condition. (88414-20) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 629-2 Classic Magnum Revolver

Smith & Wesson Model 629-2 Classic Magnum Revolver

Lot # 1020 (Sale Order: 21 of 901)

serial #SWN0013, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver is one of 750 manufactured for AcuSport in 1989 and has Roy Jinks special low serial number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a faint turn ring on the unfluted recessed cylinder and a few minor handling marks. The .500" target hammer and .400" smooth target trigger retain full hard chrome finish. The pebble grain rubber Hogue Monogrips rate very good to excellent with light handling marks. The revolver features a red ramp front sight and factory micro adjustable white outline rear sight. Included with this fine revolver is an unlabeled factory box. A Smith & Wesson disposition form is also provided and indicates this revolver was originally shipped to AcuSport Corporation on April 26, 1989. A classic style revolver with limited production and unique provenance. (88414-6) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #SWN0013, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver is one of 750 manufactured for AcuSport in 1989 and has Roy Jinks special low ser...moreial number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a faint turn ring on the unfluted recessed cylinder and a few minor handling marks. The .500" target hammer and .400" smooth target trigger retain full hard chrome finish. The pebble grain rubber Hogue Monogrips rate very good to excellent with light handling marks. The revolver features a red ramp front sight and factory micro adjustable white outline rear sight. Included with this fine revolver is an unlabeled factory box. A Smith & Wesson disposition form is also provided and indicates this revolver was originally shipped to AcuSport Corporation on April 26, 1989. A classic style revolver with limited production and unique provenance. (88414-6) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Compact Model 3914 Semi-Auto Pistol

Smith & Wesson Compact Model 3914 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 1021 (Sale Order: 22 of 901)

serial #TDF0013, 9mm, 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol features Mr. Jinks special low factory serial number and retains about 99% plus factory blue and anodized finishes. The one-piece checkered synthetic factory grips with S&W logo rate excellent. This pistol features three dot "Lo-Mount" Novak sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety, checkered frontstrap, top of the hammer serrated to allow it to be manually cocked and the front of the triggerguard is checkered for those who prefer the finger forward hold. The pistol includes an original factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, unopened cleaning kit, a single factory magazine with finger rest magazine, a single factory flat base magazine, manual and paperwork. It also includes a single factory disposition sheet and a pair of shipping invoices that indicates this pistol was shipped to Mr. Jinks on November 16, 1989. A handy size pistol that appears as-new in the box. (88414-1) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #TDF0013, 9mm, 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol features Mr. Jinks special low factory serial number and retains about 99% plus factory blue and a...morenodized finishes. The one-piece checkered synthetic factory grips with S&W logo rate excellent. This pistol features three dot "Lo-Mount" Novak sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety, checkered frontstrap, top of the hammer serrated to allow it to be manually cocked and the front of the triggerguard is checkered for those who prefer the finger forward hold. The pistol includes an original factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, unopened cleaning kit, a single factory magazine with finger rest magazine, a single factory flat base magazine, manual and paperwork. It also includes a single factory disposition sheet and a pair of shipping invoices that indicates this pistol was shipped to Mr. Jinks on November 16, 1989. A handy size pistol that appears as-new in the box. (88414-1) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 4506 Semi-Auto Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 4506 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 1022 (Sale Order: 23 of 901)

serial #DVM0013, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a very early production gun with Mr. Jinks low factory number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent. The one-piece checkered Xenoy wrap around factory grips with curved backstrap rate excellent. The pistol features three dot sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety, checkered square front triggerguard and the frame is marked "MOD 4506". The pistol includes a factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, chamber flag, unopened cleaning kit, a pair of factory magazines, manual and paperwork. Also provided is a factory disposition sheet that indicates this gun was shipped on December 23, 1988 to Roy Jinks. The gun appears as-new in the box. (88414-34) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #DVM0013, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a very early production gun with Mr. Jinks low factory number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excell...moreent. The one-piece checkered Xenoy wrap around factory grips with curved backstrap rate excellent. The pistol features three dot sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety, checkered square front triggerguard and the frame is marked "MOD 4506". The pistol includes a factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun, chamber flag, unopened cleaning kit, a pair of factory magazines, manual and paperwork. Also provided is a factory disposition sheet that indicates this gun was shipped on December 23, 1988 to Roy Jinks. The gun appears as-new in the box. (88414-34) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 422 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 422 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

Lot # 1023 (Sale Order: 24 of 901)

serial #TAP0013, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Roy Jinks factory serial number and retains about 99% original blue and anodized finishes. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The pistol features a black blade micro adjustable rear sight and Baughman ramp front sight. The pistol includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun. It was factory packaged with a single factory magazine, fifty-round box of Remington 22 LR, 1 oz. bottle of Remington "Rem Oil", unopened cleaning kit, a pair of S&W marked targets and manual. A factory disposition sheet is also provided and indicates this pistol was shipped Roy Jinks on July 7, 1987. A great little collectible pistol with unique provenance that would also be great for plinking, training and small game hunting. (88414-16) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #TAP0013, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Roy Jinks factory serial number and retains about 99% original blue and anodized finishes. The c...moreheckered walnut factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The pistol features a black blade micro adjustable rear sight and Baughman ramp front sight. The pistol includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun. It was factory packaged with a single factory magazine, fifty-round box of Remington 22 LR, 1 oz. bottle of Remington "Rem Oil", unopened cleaning kit, a pair of S&W marked targets and manual. A factory disposition sheet is also provided and indicates this pistol was shipped Roy Jinks on July 7, 1987. A great little collectible pistol with unique provenance that would also be great for plinking, training and small game hunting. (88414-16) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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Smith & Wesson Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot # 1024 (Sale Order: 25 of 901)

serial #DVK0013, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Mr. Jinks factory number. The metal surfaces rate excellent with a few minor marks on the frontstrap. The checkered one-piece wrap around Xenoy factory grip with S&W logo rate excellent. This pistol features fully adjustable three dot factory sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety and squared-off checkered triggerguard. It includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, a pair of fourteen round magazines, unopened cleaning kit, chamber flag, manual and paperwork. The factory disposition sheet indicates this gun was shipped to Mr. Jinks on December 23, 1988. This gun has seen very little use and remains in excellent condition. (88414-19) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

serial #DVK0013, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Mr. Jinks factory number. The metal surfaces rate excellent with a few minor marks on the frontstr...moreap. The checkered one-piece wrap around Xenoy factory grip with S&W logo rate excellent. This pistol features fully adjustable three dot factory sights, ambidextrous slide mounted decocker / safety and squared-off checkered triggerguard. It includes a factory box that is correctly end-labeled and numbered to the gun, a pair of fourteen round magazines, unopened cleaning kit, chamber flag, manual and paperwork. The factory disposition sheet indicates this gun was shipped to Mr. Jinks on December 23, 1988. This gun has seen very little use and remains in excellent condition. (88414-19) {MODERN} [Roy Jinks Collection]

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