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Here we have different Harrington and Richardson revolvers of different distinction. The first one is a TRAPPER Model .22 revolver that was made from 1924 to 1941. This one is a 7 shot .22 revolver with a 6 inch barrel. This gun exhibits most of the original blue (65 to 70 %) with some finish lacking here and there. It is a double/single action revolver and works fine. The grips are walnut. All markings are sharp. Hard to find now! $325.00 Modern Guns 41


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Here is a small side lever .410 double barrel shotgun. This one will not take long .410 shells and as I believe that it is foreign I do not what shells it takes. (NOTE*** A gun enthusiast friend informed me that he thinks this shotgun actually fires a 44XL metallic cartridge filled with shot!) The entire firearm is 41 inches long with 25 1/2 inch long barrels. The bores are actually fairly nice but there is some metal flaking on the right outside barrel near the end so I don't believe this piece is safe to shoot. The shotgun looks pretty nice with the usual dings to the wood and an age crack to the right obverse buttstock. The left reverse has a nice cheek piece. The barrels are a plum brown with a little ventilated rib inbetween them and the receiver has some color to it. This model uses double triggers. There is simple engraving on the receivers, tang, breech and trigger guard. The action works great and the hammers match as they should and everthing locks up tight. This is a great looking piece! Too bad some metal spaulled on the one right barrel but it is what it is. $650.00


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Here are 2 sets of old White plastic grips for a large frame revolver. Don't know what they fit so inquire with measurements of what you need. Prices vary.


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Here are 3 sets of 'Stag' type grips with screws but I thing that the gray set has an incorrect screw. They are all of plastic construction. The large set on the left have age cracks in the bottom. The other two sets are fine. Do not know what they fit so send measurements. Prices will vary.


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Set of 4 Smith and Wesson wooden grips. I do not know which models they fit. But if you recognize them let me know. We can take measurements to make sure that they fit you firearm. They are complete with screws and all are in great shape. Prices will vary. Check out the pics.


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Here's something we do not find often but if you need a receiver for your Model 1906 Slide action Winchester .22 rifle then here it is! This receiver seems to work ok and the hammer cocks and fires as it should. No finish remains and the stock has had initials carved into it. Take a look at the pics. If you need parts then you will find this piece affordable at $175.00

NOTE: Must be transfered by an FFL holder or received by a C&R holder.


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Here is a very nice Old Model Single Action Pre-Transfer bar 6 shot Ruger Single Six Revolver in .22 caliber. This one is the more coveted 3 screw model. This model is patterned after the Colt Single Action Army Revolver. This revolver has the 5 1/2 inch barrel which has a very nice bore. The action works as it should and is crisp. There is some finsih wear to the end of the barrel and ejector rod assembly for going in and out of a holster. This revolver saw use but not that much in my estimation. The blueing is very nice overall and most of the original black anodizing to the aluminum backstrap and trigger guard is remaining. Check out the pics. This is a nice pre1972 revoler with a serial number of 20-220xx. Still a nice piece$495.00


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This is fantastic! Here we have two Limited Edition Browning Fixed Blade Knifes with each being One of One Thousand of different types but having the same serial numbers!!! Impossible to find! They are also in their original shipping containers!

This first one is The Browning Damascus Classic Fighter being a Limited Edition 1 of 1000 being custom designed. The blade is made by using the 1000 year old tradition of Damascus Knife and Sword Making. Only using the finest bars of pure nickel and high carbon stainless steel that are heated in the ancient tradition over pine tree charcoals until the metal reaches a read hot condition them removing the metal and being hammering it out lenghtwise and folding the metal over and over again to create the strength and one of a kind blade with over 200 layers pattern of the damascus blade. No two blades are alike. The knife has a beautiful exotic cocobolo wood handle with polished nickel silver pins and double guard bolster and comes with it's own beautiful walnut padded display case. The side of the bolster is engraved #0959 with BROWNING JAPAN on the ricasso. This is an extremely high quality fixed blade knife that has never been carried or used. The blade has never been sharpened and is in new condition. This knife is 7 1/2 inches long with a 3 1/2 inch long blade. The Handle with cross guard is 4 inches long and has a laynard hole at the butt. This knife is absolutely fantastic!!! Comes with the Browning accompaning info sheet.

The second knife is the Browning Double-edged Damascus Hunter with shipping carton and beautiful Walnut display box. Browning Double-edged Damascus Hunter with cocobolo wood handle is mint in the box and came out in 1985 being Designed by Gil Hibben. Overall length 7-3/4". The Serial number is 0959/1000. Comes in a fine walnut wood box. No sheath and the knife did not come with a sheath in the beginning. Designed by the acclaimed USA knife maker Gil Hibben and forged by the master sword makers of Seki City, Japan. The original rice paper brochure is included with the knife. Here is what the brochure says:

Damascus knife and the sword making is a tradition that has endured in Japan for over 1000 years. Japan's feudal history, often shrouded in conflict, demanded the making of blades that possessed qualities of exceptional strength and beauty. Today's Japanese Damascus knife makers continue to blend their art, religion and culture into a unique knife making process that is expressed exquisitely in each blade that leaves their anvil. Master sword maker Makoto Takaba selects only the finest bars of pure nickel and high carbon stainless steel for the blades. In ancient tradition, the fire is stoked with pine tree charcoal. Again and again the red hot metal is taken from the fire, hammered out lengthwise, folded over and reheated. A core layer of high carbon stainless steel is then forged into the center of the blade for the cutting edge. In a practice common only to the Japanese knife making the nearly finished blade is drilled or beveled, then pounded flat again, creating elegant, contoured patterns. Freehand grinding, followed by dipping in acid completes the traditional process. The blade has a full tang which extends through an exotic cocobolo wood handle. The hilt, end cap and spacers embellishing the handle are all polished nickel silver. The entire knife itself is 7-3/4 inches long. The Damascus blade itself is 3-3/4 inches long and consists of over 200 separate layers. And, like a fingerprint, no two blades look exactly alike. Designed by the acclaimed American knife maker Gil Hibben, and forged by the master sword makers of Seki City, Japan, the Browning Double-edged Damascus Hunter is truly an extraordinary knife, and destined to become a classic.

Since these knifes are both Browning and with matching serial numbers we would like to keep them together. For the pair $1,650.00 Check out the pics!!!

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This is an outstanding grouping of Winchester ephemera that I recently picked up. This set consists of items collected by a Winchester Arms Company Salesman named Theo Rouault Jr. I believe Mr. Rouault was hired in 1919 right after WW1 as I have three Western Union Telegrams in this grouping that state that they have his application and wish to discuss a proposition with him. The second telegraph says he has been employed and the third says that he has been given the New Mexico Territory . All these telegraphs are from March 2, 7 and 10th 1919 . We also have Theo’s Non-Resident Big Game Hunting license to be used in Colorado and dated 1-1-18. Also included in this grouping are two Flyers for the TOPPERWEINS World’s Greatest Shotting Team by Winchester, a thermos bottle wrap showing that this thermos bottle was made by Winchester Plaid, a 1908-1909 pocket calendar, a 1972 photograph showing a tag on a Winchester speaker, a magazine ad showing Winchester Gun Oil, a 17 page sales insert showing examples of Winchester Pocket Cutlery, Operating instructions for the 10 gauge breech loading Winchester Model 1898 Cannon, three covers from the 1930’s where Theo sent his Winchester envelopes to his wife from San Antonio to Dallas Texas. They do not have letters in them but they have nice stamps and postmarks as well as his company markings on the envelopes. A 1984 typed letter from Robert R. Patton addressed to the European Marketing Director of the Winchester Division, Rome, Italy. He talks about receiving shotshells in colorful packaging and talks also about Winchester Knifes. Also included is a Winchester Letterhead telling about the 1922-1923 line of Winchester Skates. Also included is a two page Specification of the skates and prices on 13 models of skates. This is a detailed list show the specifications. We also have two 1927 magazine ads showing Winchester Shotguns and shells as well as Winchester High Power Rifles and Ammunition. Then there is a small booklet entitled WINCHESTER POCKET CATALOG OF TOOLS – FOR SALE AT THE WINCHESTER STORE and store id’d to Louis Henne Co, New Braunfells, Texas. There is a little worm damage to the front cover but livable. They chewed around the red word WINCHESTER. There are 30 illustrated pages in this pocket guide. We also have 4 larger Winchester Repeating Arms manilla envelopes with ties on the back. Two of them are used and two have never been used. Next is a list of MISSIONARY SALES- GUNS from Jan 1st to May 29th, 1937 and lists all the salesmen and their totals. Theo made the most sales with 1,126 guns. We also have a pair of Business envelopes that weren’t used but only in Fair condition with Theo’s letterhead on them. Next is a letter head window envelope from OLIN INDUSTRIES, INC also with the red WINCHESTER logo on it and contains a sales receipt to the Crow Bros. of Taft Texas for parts. This one is dated 1954. Lastly, we have Theo’s Salesman’s receipt book with WINCHESTER REPEARING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, U.S.A. printed on the top of each page. This book comes in a black leather/oil cloth fold over book to keep it in. This grouping came with several unrelated photographs that I’ll list below. For this grouping $165.00 Check out the pics!!!


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Here's a very nice vintage Armalite AR-180 Howa Manufactured weapon! The AR-18 is a gas operated, selective fire assault rifle chambered for 5.56x45mm ammunition. The AR-18 was designed at ArmaLite in California by Arthur Miller, George Sullivan, and Charles Dorchester in 1963 as an improved alternative to the AR-15 design, which had just been selected by the U.S. military as the M16. While the AR-18 was never adopted as the standard service rifle of any nation, its production licence was sold to companies in Japan and England, and it is said to have influenced many later weapons such as the British SA80, the Singaporean SAR-80 and SR-88, the Austrian Steyr AUG, and the Heckler and Koch G36. It gained some notoriety through its use by the Provisional IRA, which allegedly christened it the "Widowmaker"

This is the Howa Manufactured weapon (Nagoya, Japan which also made the WW2 Japanese Arisaka rifles) which was made from 1972-73 making it the most desireable of the 3 manufacturers. This particular weapon is in very good condition and is missing nothing and needs nothing. This weapon will not be shipped to California. The rifle has the original sling and one 30 round magazine. It also is a folding stock. This is nice!!! $1,950.00


Here we have an old Stevens Boy's Rifle. This one is part of the 'Favorites' series. This series of Rifles are chambered for the .22, .25 and .32 rimfire. It has a 22" part octagonal barrel and was blued with a case colored frame now a very dark patina. It has a takedown-type action with an interchanable barrel feature. It has no rear sight and never had one and just a simple bead front sight. There were approximately 1,000,000 manufactured between 1893 and 1939 of the various types. I believe this is a no. 20 version that is chambered for the .22 rimfire shot cartridges and has a smoothbore barrel hence no rear sight. This old girl needs some wood work, especially with the rear buttstock. The buttstock is loose from side to side due to an old lateral crack that someone tried to fill in with plastic wood. It's restorable!!! The buttstock still has the old rubber STEVENS FAVORITE buttplate present. I had an old Remington Rolling Block .22 when I was a kid but I would have loved to also had a Stevens Favorite!!! WAS $350.00 NOW $315.00 Modern Guns 41


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Here we have an old model 1890 .22 Caliber Winchester "Gallery Gun". The Model 1890 was the first slide-action rifle ever produced by Winchester. This one is chambered for the .22 short only. This gun is the Second Model (blued frame variation) and the serial number is 190XXX range. It has a 24 inch octagonal barrel. The markings are still real clear. The action works well and there is just a trace of rifling in the barrel. The rear sight has been replaced as well as the front sight with modern pieces. The front slide forarm is the original but the pin has been replaced and plastic wood has been placed around the pin. The buttstock has suffered more serious trauma with a large crack running back from the tang. This appears to have happened some time ago and thre has been some attempt at repairing it. There is quite a bit of plastic wood applied to the buttstock that you can see in the pics. Still worthy of restoration and quite desireable as a collectors piece. These Model 1890's were favorites at the Fairs and Carnivals to be used as Shooting Gallery Guns. The Model 1890 was produced form 1890 to 1932 with approximately 775,000 guns being sold. $430.00

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Here we have an ASTRA CONSTABLE .380 double action pistol. The Astra is marked ASTRA UNCETA CIA-GUERNICA (SPAIN) MOD. CONSTABLE and is imported by INTERARMS of Alexandria, VA. The Constable A-60 is a .380 caliber double-action semi-automatic pistol with a 3.5" barrel, adjustable sights and 13-shot magazine. It is blued with plastic grips. It was introduced in 1986. This particular pistol is in excellent used condition complete with original magazine. The action works well and the bore is excellent. It has a couple of spots of rust on the slide that I have shown in the photos, otherwise excellent. This pistol retails for over $400 NIB but our price on this excellent pistol is $275.00

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Here we have a pretty nice BERSA Model 97 semi auto pistol in .380 caliber. The BERSA pistols were made in Ramos Mejia, Argentina and imported into the United States by INTERARMS of Alexandria, VA. This model is a blowback pocket pistol chambered for the 9mm short which is the .380 caliber. The trigger system is single action. This pistol is in overall very good used condition having nearly 98% of the original finish remaining. The pistol functions well but the hammer is stiff and needs fired to loosen it up a bit. The bore is excellent and it appears that this piece hasn't been fired much. The plastic grips are in very nice condition with no cracks or breaks. There are some dings here and there from use but not too bad. The original magazine is still with the pistol. These retail for about $325.00 and we are asking $250.00 for this one. Check out the pics!


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Here we have a Remington Deringer .41 rimfire type III No. 4 pistol. Because of the serial number it is believed that this pistol was made around the WW1 era and because of that it is recognized as a 'modern ' firearm by the Federal Government and must be transfered. Deeply marked on top REMINGTON ARMS, U.M.C. CO., ILION, N.Y. The firearm is in overall good condition with a nice dark patina. There is a little hinge wobble but no cracks or breaks. The action works fine. The only drawbacks are a small gouge in one of the hard rubber grips and someone has ground the knurling down on the top of the hammer to make it smooth.. The bores are good and the extractor is still present. $850.00

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Here we have a fairly scarce Smith and Wesson model 12 (.38 Militiary and Police Airweight) with 2 inch barrel. The Model 12 was introduced in 1952, starting serial number was C223999 (this one is C2326XX) and is merely a Model 10 with a lightweight alloy frame and cylinder. In 1954 the alloy cylinder was replaced with one of steel that added an additional 4 ounces of weight. This model is the same model as the USAF M-13 (Aircrewman) revolver but that one starts at the serial number range of C247000 so this one is made just prior to that model and before 1954. This revolver is in generally good condition overall and appears to have not been used much. The grips have been replace with pearl like plastic? grips but they look nice. The action works well in both double and single action and the revolver seems to be in time. The barrel is the 2 inch short barrel as it should be and the rifling is good with spots. This is a 6 shot revolver. All of the markings are very legible . You can see a bit of corrosion in the finish near the obverse grip near the smith and wesson logo. You definitely don't see this model often. This is a collector's item and I don't know if I would shoot it or not since it is entirely lightweight alloy. According to STANDARD CATALOG OF SMITH & WESSON by Jim Supica & Richard Nahas there is a " slight premium for it being nickel and the Early production with alloy cylinder worth premium but should not be fired. " Actually on page 178 of that book it says "up to double value for alloy cylinder (do not shoot)". Most were returned for a steel cylinder but this one was not. For this scarce model with the original alloy cylinder $575.00

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Here we have a Smith & Wesson WW2 Military & Police Victory model revolver in .38 S. & W. Cartridge.

The Victory Revolver was produced during World War II, it is a variation of the Military & Police Model of 1905, fourth change and had the following characteristics between 1942 and 1945:

Barrel: 2, 4, 5, or 6 inch. (4 inch common in .38 special, 5 inch common in 38/200 or .38 S&W) Sights: Fixed Finish: Early sandblast blue, sandblast mid-night black (appears grayish black). And finally a parkerized finish. Hammer and Trigger are case hardened. (Some nickel finished) Grips: Checkered walnut with medallion until early 1942, post February of 1942 they are smooth American Walnut with out medallions.

I believe that this was a civilian or non military model that has a serial number starting with a V for Victory. The number is V 7201XX and you can see where the laynard ring was but just a plug now. This revolver has been nickel plated but it's not new plating at old. This is old plating for sure. The victory models were only available with 2 and 4 inch barrels but this one has a 5 inch barrel . The serial numbers match on the butt, cylinder, and barrel. The frame and yoke numbers are different as they sometimes are. The markings are in good condition but I can see where sometime was lightly stamped above the SMITH & WESSON on the barrel but can't quite make out what it was supposed to be. The most common property marks found on the Victory model are the UNITED STATES PROPERTY, US PROPERTY, and the US NAVY markings however none of these are evidenced on this revolver and looks to have never been. Victory models have also been produced with out property marks, these revolvers were probably delivered by the U.S. Defense Supply Corporation (DSC) to defense contractors and public agencies that required them for guarding war sensitive materials. Also, according to STANDARD CATALOG OF SMITH & WESSON by Jim Supica and Richard Nahas, a small quanity of approx 86 "Victory Models" were made in the last of the "SV" serial range with a nickel finish but having the laynard ring removed and the hole plugged. These occurred at what appears to be the end of production of the Victory series and were to fill a commercial order." Although this one is before the V 769,000 serial range it looks like this one was made for a commercial order as well although this one was not fitted with the new design hammer block to stop accidental discharges. Also according to the book many of the unmarked models were sold to civilian users such as Defense plants, Post Office, etc and do not have U.S. or inspector markings just like this one. .

On this particular revolver the barrel exhibits good clean rifling. The grips are smooth walnut as they should be. The action works well in both single and double action. The plating is in generally good condition with worn spots through the finish from age. All in all it's in good condition. Still works great and is a nice old WW2 Revolver! $650.00


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Here we have a real nice Winchester Model 1894 special order Sporting rifle. The serial number 123754 on this rifle puts it as being made in 1898. This .30 W.C.F. (30-30) caliber model has the 22 inch round barrel instead of the 26 inch barrel and has the walnut pistol-grip walnut stock that is not chekered. This rifle also has the half tube magazine. This particular rifle also has the straight steel shotgun butt plate. The bore is real nice on this rifle and the action works perfect. The walnut stock is in good untouched condition with a couple of small scratches/ gouches but no cracks or breaks. The barrel exhibits quite a bit of the original color but it is fading. The rear buckhorn sight is still present as well as the front LYMON blade sight. All of the markings are quite clear and legible. The receiver is turning a silvery brown color and all screw heads are in quite good shape. The loading gate exhibits most of it's original blue. The pistol grip terminates with the original hard rubber Winchester oval logo with original decorative screw. There is an 'X' stamp on the receiver forward of the trigger. All in all this is a beautiful Sporting Winchester! For this piece $2,750.00


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10. Here we have a Model 1890 Winchester slide action rifle serial number 2305XX being made in 1904 but fitted with a later Model 1906 replacement barrel and stock. There is not much color left on it but it is complete and in good operable condition. This model has the round barrel and ringed forearm. The markings are nice and deep on this piece and very easily read. The winchester proof marks are on the 20 inch barrel and it has a goodly amount of rifling. Actually the rifling looks nice and sharp. This is a tubular feed rifle. The walnut stock has a little nick by the rear tang but otherwise just the usual dings from use. There are no cracks or breaks in this little rifle. One receiver screw head is buggered up pretty good and the others are as normal. The hard rubber buttplate is in good condition being original with the Winchester logo normal for this model. All in it this is a good example of a composite 1890-1906 Winchester slide action rifle in .22 short, long and long rifle that you can tell has been together for a long time . This little rifle functions as it should. For this example $495.00


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12. Here we have a Marlin 39A lever action rifle. The Marlin 39A represents the oldest and longest continuously produced shoulder firearm in the world. The Golden Model 39A started life as the Marlin Model 1891, the first lever action rifle ever chambered in .22 long rifle and the magazine was loaded through a conventional side gate in the receiver. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the Model 1892, due to the difficulties of the receiver feeding the small rimfire round. The 1892 gave way to the takedown Model 1897, which became the Model 39 in 1921 and Model 39-A in 1937. This particular rifle has the serial number of C122XX making this the 3rd model variation. According to the Marlin Collectors website when a serial number starts with C then this rifle was made in 1946. This particular rifle has seen use but is still solid as a rock and preforms flawlessly. There are a few dings and scratches to the urethane finish but no cracks or breaks in the Walnut stocks. Most of the bluing is present on this pice but right over the Marlin info on the barrel this rifle was drilled and tapped for a scope as you can see in the pics partially obscuring the Marlin name. The finish on the receiver and lever are very nice. The hammer has the wide WILLIAMS thumb rest on it because the scope is right above it. The scope is a very nice Carl Zeiss 4 X 32 scope from Germany. Really nice optics! The rifling is also very nice. This rifle comes with a very nice "Boyt" strap. For this piece $395.00


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16. This is a Colt Police Positive .38 Spl. Caliber revolver that was produced from 1905 to 1927. The checkered Walnut grips show lots of wear, especially the one on the obverse so this was carried by a right handed person. Checkered walnut grips became the standard for this weapon in 1924. Last patent date on the barrel is 1905 so this is the Police Posite first issue. The serial number is 2884XX . All the barrel markings are clear and sharp on this fine revolver and the action works flawlessly in single and double action. This model has the 4 inch barrel which shows nice rifling. This revolver still exhibits most of it's original color being about 85 to 90% but I believe the side plate to be a rework as the Colt logo is a little light but all there, and the blue is a slightly different color. Still a nice revolver that wasn't pulled from the holster very often. $595.00


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Colt Single Action Army in .45 caliber! Made in 1899!!

The Colt Single Action Army which is also known as the Single Action Army, SAA, Model P, Peacemaker, M1873, and Colt .45 is a single-action revolver with a revolving cylinder holding six metallic cartridges. It was designed for the U.S. government service revolver trials of 1872 by Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company – today's Colt's Manufacturing Company – and was adopted as the standard military service revolver until 1892.

This revolver was made in 1899 according to the serial number of 1871XX. This revolver has seen good honest use and is in still good condition. All the stampings are nice and sharp and easily read. There is some very minor pitting here and there, as normal, and there is some frosting in the bore as well as some corrosion in the bore but not bad. This is still a shooter and fully functions as it should. The action is actually very tight. The only thing that needs fixed on this piece is the ejector tab on the spring loaded ejector rod. The revolver is a nice dark patina and you can see that the screw heads have not been messed with. Those screws still show color on the heads and there is original color on the trigger guard and on the butt. There is a M scratched on the butt and the owner believes it is the last name ititial of his father who owned this weapon. The last name will be released to the purchaser. The loading gate has 198 on it so I don't know if it's a replacement or not but the patina matches the rest of the gun.This is still a very nice revolver! $3495.00 Has to be transfered by a FFL holder or can go to a C & R licensee. Take a look at the pics!!


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Here's a Winchester Model 92 (1892) in 25-20 W.C.F. that is in very good condition! This one has the serial number dating it to 1924 of 9359XX. The rifle is in overall very nice condition for a 91 year old rifle! This is a solid frame sporting rifle with a 24 inch round barrel and a full length magazine. This rifle has the plain straight grip walnut stock with capped forearm. This forestock has chips missing on both sides of the cap that I've seen on several of these models so that must be a weakness with them. The action works great being nice and tight with a nice shiny sharp bore in the barrel. The walnut stock is in very nice condition with the usual dings with the exception of the aforementioned forestock, otherwise no cracks or breaks. You can see that damage in the pics. This rifle was used but definitely not abused. All of the markings are sharp and clear. The receiver is a dark plum brown patina while the barrel and mag tube retain most of the original color. There are a few dings in the metal as well but not bad. There is also a little corrosion on the end of the barrel that you can see in the pics. I'm being over critical because this is a beautiful Winchester! This piece is nice!!! $1200.00


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Winchester Model 92 in 25-20 W.C.F.!!



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Winchester Modle 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine .25-20 made in 1909!!!

Here's a very nice Model 1892 SRC in .25-20! The wood is in good condition but it appears to have been cleaned at some point. I don't believe it has been sanded as it still fits tightly against the metal parts. The color on the receiver is a kind of medium dark silver patina while the barrel and ammo tube retain a lot of color yet. All of the markings are sharp and deep on this carbine. The action works well and is tight. There is good shiny, sharp rifling in the barrel . The model 1892 was built between 1892 and 1932 with slightly more than 1 million sold. The Model 1892 Carbine continued to be sold until 1941. Serial number on this one is 5114XX. This carbine has a 20 inch round barrel, full magazine with plain walnut straight grip stock with one barrel band forearm. Take a look at the pics! $1750.00

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This 1926 made Winchester 53 is in 25-20 caliber as indicated by the 4 digit serial number and is in very nice condition. It has a 22 inch round barrel. In 1924, Winchester introduced the Model 53 lever-action rifle as a more modern version of the 1892 Winchester. The Model 53 was available in 44-40, 32-20, and 25-20 calibers. This rifle could be ordered only with a round 22 inch barrel, the forearm smooth, half-magazine, a plain or pistol grip walnut straight-grip stock, and shotgun butt. The frame and barrel were blued and had either a solid or takedown feature. This rifle has the solid feature.

The Model 53 was manufactured through 1932 with approximately 25,000 guns produced during the 8-year production period. The Model 53 was discontinued along with several other Winchester models because it could just not compete in sales with the 1894 and the impact of the Great Depression on Winchester Arms.

This lever action firearm is in very nice condition with the usual dings from use. Heck, it's 89 years old so it should have some dings on it! The receiver has a nice dark brown patinas as does the lever. The barrel is mostly original color with wear on the edges of the end of the barrel. All of the markings are sharp and clear. The action works flawlessly and the action is tight. The rifling down the barrel is very sharp and shiny. The walnut stocks are in very nice condition as well and are dark from age. The edges of the stock are sharp and fit well indicating that this stock was never sanded or refinished. This is an excellent Winchester Rifle!!! $1 750.00


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U.S. Military Tactical Grouping including 9MM Beretta. The Beretta M9, officially the Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9, is a 9×19mm Parabellum pistol adopted by the United States Armed Forces in 1985. It is essentially a military specification Beretta 92FS.

This is a very nice example of the Beretta pistol made in 1998 that has replaced grips, barrel and slide assembly, some internal springs, and some of the parts that had finish wear. It had a 92FS slide on it that had finish wear, so it was replaced with an M9 slide (the same part – different markings). The slide is military (see the PM marking). The military M9s will have U.S. marked on the frame. The slide is marked with the PM and military part number. The civilian M9 slide doesn’t have the PM marking. Check out the following websites: The slide is marked U.S. 9mm M9-P. BERETTA-65490 with a PB in a circle on one side and ASSY9346442-65490 on the other side with a newer stamped PM which is inspectors initials. This PM stamp was stamped on the slide after the firearm was finished as there is no finish inside the stamp which indicates The trigger guard is stamped with a large P in a shield.

This is a very nice example of the Beretta M9 at any rate. The slide is marked U.S. 9mm M9-P. BERETTA-65490 with a PB in a circle on one side and ASSY9346442-65490 on the other side with a newer stamped PM which is the military inspectors initials. This PM stamp was stamped on the slide after the firearm was finished as there is no finish inside the stamp. The trigger guard is stamped with a large P in a shield.

This particular weapon is in excellent condition with just slight finish wear here and there as shown in the photos. The action works great and all the markings are clear and sharp. The bore is excellent as well. The grouping includes 3 - 15 round magazines , the military laynard ring, the tactical magazine pouches and the tactical leg holster. This is a nice outfit with everything for one money! Take a look at the pics! $545.00


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Here we have an outstanding example of a Harrington & Richardson top break "22 SPECIAL" .22 WRF caliber revolver. This pistol is a 6 inch barrel, 7 shot pistol with one piece walnut grips. Here is some info found online: 22 SPECIAL LARGE FRAME TOP BREAK----------------------1925-1941 6 inch barrel only, 22 Rimfire 9 shot & 22 WRF Caliber 7 shot, blue finish only, 2 piece walnut grips (after 1932 I piece grips) First Variation, 7 shot 22 rimfire only, over sized 2 piece saw handle shaped walnut grips (serial number range above 490000*)-----1926-1928 Second Variation 9 shot 22 rimfire and 7 shot 22WRF (serial number range 497000-559100*)---------1928-1930 Third Variation new rounded 2 piece grip (saw handle shape eliminated) (serial number range unknown)-----1931-1932 Fourth Variation safety cylinder and new grip frame (RICE FRAME) (serial number range 559100-590000*)-----1933-1938 Fifth Variation automatic cylinder stop (serial number range above 590000*)-------1939-1942 . According to the serial number on this piece this is the 5th variation as it has a serial number slightly above the 590000 starting number. This revolver has a great original finish being approximately 94 to 97% remaining. There are a few minor scratches to the cylinder from turning and a small amount of loss on the barrel from being in a holster I believe. The action works fine and the rifling in the barrel is very, very nice and sharp. There are a couple of minor nicks in the grip bottom but no cracks or breaks otherwise. All the markings are sharp and deep. The barrel is marked H & R “22 SPECIAL”. There is no wobble to the hinge and everything locks up tight! This is one nice piece!!! $495.00

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Here we have a Winchester Model 190 is very nice condition. Early on it came in .22 S, L, or LR cal., semi-auto, 15 shot LR tube mag., alloy receiver, uncheckered walnut finished hardwood stock, 24 (Rifle Model) in. barrel, approx. 2,150,000 (including the Model 290 listed also) during 1967-1980. Up until the 1970's the 190 came in short as well but later dropped and was made in Long and Long Rifle. This particular rifle is the later made one. This rifle is in very good condition only having a couple of minor scratches on the receiver. The bluing is excellent, the wood is excellent and so is the bore. This piece functions very well and obviously was not used much. For this one $165.00


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Here we have a very nice Model 1907 Sweidish Husqvarna Pistol in .380 caliber with a nice original holster and 3 magazines total. This pistol is a copy of the FN Browning Model 1903 made for the Swedish army beginning in 1907. This pistol remained in service until 1940. Many were converted to .380 and imported in to the US. This pistol is one of those converted. This pistol is in very nice condition with a very nice bore as well. The original finish is present with wear to the high lines on this piece from going in and out of the holster and general use. Overall It’s in very nice condition with just a little chip out of the top of one of the grip panels. All the markings are very clear and sharp. This is a nice piece! Check out the pics. Comes with the original pebble grained leather holster and 3 magazines all being in very nice condition. For the lot $595.00

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In 1924, Winchester introduced the Model 55 lever-action rifle as a simplified version of the 1894 Winchester. The Model 55 was available in 30 WCF (30-30), 32 WS and 25-35 calibers. This rifle could be ordered only with a round 24 inch barrel, the forearm smooth, a plain walnut straight-grip stock, and shotgun butt. The frame and barrel were blued and had either a solid or takedown feature. The Model 55 was manufactured through 1932 with approximately 21,000 guns produced during the 8-year production period. The Model 55 was discontinued because it could just not compete in sales with the 1894 Winchester.

This particular rifle is in 32 WS and has the other features mentioned above but this one is a solid frame. The barrel, hammer and nose cap has most of the original blue while the other parts ie: receiver, butt plate and lever have turned a dark gray with some spotting of bluing remaining. The action works great and the rifling is excellent. The wood is very nice with the usual dings from use but no cracks or breaks. You can see on the bottom of the stock pieces where sling swivels were installed then removed and filled. The rear dovetailed sight is missing. Serial number 10748XX. Take a look at the pics. I think you’ll like what you see. For this nice firearm $1,365.

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Here we have a beautiful little Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine in .30-30 or what was known then as .30 WCF. This firearm has a lot of original bluing on the barrel and full extended magazine tube. The receiver had thinned to silver and has been polished some since then. The markings are sharp and clear and it’s a beautiful little piece. The rifling is very nice still as well. The action works flawlessly. The wood is very nice as well with just the usual dings from used. Heck, this Winchester was made in 1925 so it should have a few dings. Nothing serious however. Take a look at the pics. They tell you more than I can. Nice! $1,150.00


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Here we have a very nice Winchester Model 94 (1894) Saddle Ring Carbine in 25-35 WCF cartridge! The serial number of 9235XX places this firearm being made in 1922. The piece is in good condition with a pinned blade front sight, a carbine style rear sight and the saddle ring on the left receiver with a full length magazine tube. Most of the original bluing is present on the barrel and magazine tube. All of the stampings are located on the left barrel area just ahead of the receiver as evidenced in the pics. All the markings are sharp and clear. The receiver is mostly silver with some blue and some minor browning to small areas. The Winchester proof marks are on top of the barrel and receiver as they should be and are nice and clear. The bore seems to have some pitting near the breech but stops a little ways up the bore and has nice sharp lands and grooves. This bore is still very serviceable. I’m afraid I get too much glare to get a good pic of the bore. The walnut stocks are in good condition as well just having the usual dings from use. No cracks or breaks are present. A really nice Saddle Ring Carbine in a hard to find caliber! $1,850.00


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Here is a North American Arms Sidewinder in .22 magnum! North American Arms has been making high-quality mini revolvers for a long time. They have always been reliable little weapons, carried by thousands of people either as a backup to their primary weapon, or as the only firearm that is small enough to conceal easily, every day. This is a new model called the Sidewinder. The sidewinder has the cylinder that pivots out to the side like the bigger revolvers. Up until now you had to pull the front pin and the entire cylinder came out entirely to load so this is quite an improvement. This is a .22 mag and is a great concealed revolver for self protection. It's a single action model meaning you have to pull back the hammer before firing. It's all stainless steel with nice wooden grips and made in the USA! Comes in the case with paperwork. Brand spanking new and never fired. For this piece $350.00 jmn 2 Modern Guns 53


Here we have a great condition Ruger Bearcat!!


The Ruger Bearcat is a single-action, .22 caliber revolver manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Co., introduced in 1958. It is based on the classic Remington revolvers of the mid-1800s. Because of its compact size and frame, it is advertised as being ideal for hikers or campers in need of a .22 LR revolver. This particular little .22 revolver is almost in like new condition! There are the smallest lines on the cylinder from turning. This is the steel frame model with the steel triggerguard. This is a totally unmessed with example and sure to please! According to the Ruger website this particular revolver was made in 1965 but it looks like it was made yesterday! Excellent, excellent quality!!! The only thing I see that keeps it from being mint besides the very light turning lines on the cylinder is a couple of the smallest marks on the triggerguard where the color is lacking, other than that this gun would be considered mint- as is very good +++. For this outstanding piece-- $645.00 item jmn 5 Modern Guns 50

The HUNTER below is sold!!!

Here's another H & R that is designated as the HUNTER model. The main difference in this piece from the others already offered is that the barrel on this piece is 10 inches long. It is a double/single action revolver and works fine. This piece exhibits about 60 to 65% of the original blue. The action works as it should and the markings are fine. The grips are really nice walnut. This piece was made from 1926 to 1930. This is a 7 shot revolver. $450.00 Modern Guns 39

Here's another H & R type pistol that is actually the Iver Johnson make that follows the designation of the HUNTER model but the top of the barrel is marked TARGET and I believe it's made about the same time as the HUNTER model. This one is marked on the top strap I.J. TARGET Model , Model 1900 Fitchburg, Mass U.S.A. It looks the same in every way except the walnut grips are just a little different. This one is also a 7 shot .22 rimfire. This one works fine in the double action mode but does not hold back in the single action mode. There is some original color here and there on this one , thinning but perhaps 20% or more. The markings on top of the cylinder strap are TARGET MODEL- MODEL 1900 FITCHBURG, MASS. A nice revolver and with a marking that I do not see often. $325.00 Modern Guns 38


Here is a real nice WW2 dated Colt M-1911 A1 in the green parkerized finish. We believe that it has been refinished AND we have gone through the piece to make sure everything matches. The wooden grips are earlier and the barrel pin is earlier too. The pistol looks fantastic but does have one little blip to the finish on the forward slide that you can see in the pic. Serial number is 751XXX which we believe dates it to 1941. All markings are crisp and sharp. It looks fantastic and functions as it should. For this one $1,650.00 item ww 85 & Modern Guns 16



This is actually an original SKS stock for the SKS rifle that is so popular today. This stock was taken off the original rifle and replaced with a poly stock. If you have a SKS that is in need of a new stock then here's one for you. $45.00 Modern Guns 15


Here is a very good Essex Gun Works 12 guage single barrel shotgun with a nickeled receiver. The last date on the receiver as far as a patent is May 14, 1901 so it will have to go to an FFL for transfer or if you have a C & R license I can send it directly to you. This weapon is in good condition and the walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with just a ding here and there. The receiver has a great deal of the original finish left. The gun is about 45 1/2 inches long overall with a 30 inch barrel. The bore needs a scrubbing but should clean up pretty good. The action works fine. Good strong springs. Plastic buttplate. $125.00 Modern guns 05


Here we have an old Western Arms 16 guage single barrel shotgun. Mechanically fine with a nice dark patina overall. The walnut stock is in pretty good shape with the exception of some forearm wood loss up front , two holes in the wrist which I think was modified to fit a sling guide in there and a small crack on the wrist top side back of the tang but still solid. The bore needs a good scrubbing. This shotgun is about 44 inches long overall with a 28 inch barrel. These guns were made at the turn of the century so this one will have to be transfered by an FFL dealer or if you have a C & R license I can send it directly to you with proof of age. Check out the pics! $100.00 Modern Guns 04



This is a real nice Winchester Model 670 which is essentially a model 70 in 30-06 caliber. I believe the MOdel 670 was introduced in 1966. This one is a honey! It has a walnut stock with checkered comb. The barrel does have sights and it's topped by a Savage-Suwa Japan Model 3833 scope. This rifle also has a sling. Nice, nice condition! $550.00 Modern Guns 03

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