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Peters Dewar Match 22 LR Ammo • Price: $60.00 Each box. Description: This is the gold/green box. Boxes have bright colors and is about as mint as one should expect to find. Boxes are full of lead round nose bullets in brass cases with a large P on the case end. The box have on each end enclosure RANGE-ONE-MILE BE CAREFUL. This is excellent quality! Check out the pic. •


Here are 3 vintage boxes of Shotgun shells.

The first one to the left is a full box of PETERS VICTOR 12 GA. SHOTGUN SHELLS 'KLEANBORE' PRIMING. These are plastic shells in an excellent box. $65.00

The box to the right is a full box of 25 PETERS 12 GA HIGH VELOCITY RUSTLESS LONG RANGE-HARD HITTING SMOKELESS SHOTGUN SHELLS- NEW PETERS CRIMP. The box is worn but still real nice! $65.00

Here is a full box of REMINGTON KLEANBORE NITRO EXPRESS .410 SHOT SHELLS EXTRA LONG RANGE WETPROOF. The box and shells are in excellent condition! The colors are bright! $65.00

Here we have 4 vintage boxes of Shotgun shells. Two of them are still wrapped in cellophane. They are the PETERS VICTOR RUSTLESS SMOKELESS SHOTGUN SHELLS- 25- 12 GA. The box has age and stains but it's still survives! $65.00

The other one wrapped in cellophane is the 25-12 GA HI-POWER SHOT SHELLS with the Mallard on the front. The box looks great! $65.00

The top box on the left is the WINCHESTER RANGER LOADED SHOT SHELLS SMOKELESS-STAYNLESS 12 ga. paper shells. The graphics are great and it has a Pointer on the front! The box is in very nice condition. Full! $65.00

The top box on the right is the 25-12 ga PETERS HIGH VELOCITY 'NEW PLASTIC' "KLEANBORE" PRIMING EXTRA POWER Shotgun shells. The box is full but one of the shells is a Remington shell. This box has a mallard flying on the front and back. This is a nice one! $65.00

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Here we have a very nice H&R HAMMERLESS BICYCLE SECOND MODEL .32 S&W caliber, 5 shot small frame revolver with a 2 inch barrel. This one is similiar to the H&R Hammerless Second Model, except that it has a 2 inch barrel only and was not listed as a separate model after 1920 but the 2 inch barrel was still available. This revolver was jfg. from 1905 to 1920. This one is in excellent condition showing about 85% of the original bluing. I get a lot of glare when I take photos but guaranteed to look much better in person. The action works crisp and the plastic grips are excellent. Most of the wear to the blue is on the trigger guard. The only numbers I see on this piece is 298 on the cylinder. It also has a very good bore. For this piece. $295.00

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SIG Sauer P290RS-380-EDC Black / Polymer Manufacturer: Sig Sauer Condition: New In Box Model: 290 RS Caliber/Gauge: .380 ACP Approx Barrel Length: 2.9" Here we have a Brand New in the box Sig Sauer P290 RS. Introducing the P290 SUB-COMPACT 380 polymer pistol. Designed to be the ultimate in conceal carry. This unique .380ACP pistol is the perfect small defense handgun that meets the demands of today’s law enforcement professionals as a backup duty gun, and responsible citizens as a conceal carry gun. Here are the specs for this pistol:

- Lightweight sub-compact - Available in .380ACP - Black polymer grip shell - DAO Trigger - Removable black grip plates Caliber: .380ACP Action Type: DAO Trigger Pull DA: 9.0 lbs Average Overall Length: 5.5 in Overall Height: 3.9 in Overall Width: 0.9 (1.1 in with slide catch lever) Barrel Length: 2.9 in Sight Radius: 4.3 in Weight w/Mag: 16.4 oz Sights: Contrast Frame Finish: Black Polymer Slide Finish: Nitron Accessory Rail: No (Laser module capable) Features: .380ACP, Compact Design Ships in the original factory hard case with the manual and hard shell belt holster. For this nice, brand new handgun in the box $345.00


Here is a fine looking Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle in .22 WRF. In the late 1880s, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company asked John Browning to design a replacement for the Model 1873 rifle, since the rim fire version of the Model 1873 had never achieved any great popularity. On June 26, 1888, a patent for the new design was issued to John and Matthew Browning. Under this patent, Winchester created the first repeating slide action .22 rifle ever successfully developed and manufactured. The Model 1890 would prove to be the most successful repeating rim fire rifle for general all around shooting ever made by Winchester. Approximately 849,000 Model 1890 rifles were produced between 1890 and 1932, after which the Model 1890 was replaced by the Winchester Model 62 rifle. A final cleanup of stock on hand was completed in 1941. For many years, the Model 1890 was considered to be the standard for use in shooting galleries, hence its nickname of "gallery gun." The Model 1890 was a slide action, top ejecting rifle with an 18 inch magazine tube under the barrel. It had a 24 inch octagonal barrel, a plain walnut stock, and an overall weight of approximately 6 lbs. Calibers for the rifle include .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Rimfire. The Model 1890 will only fire the round specific to that gun (e.g. a Model 1890 stamped ".22 Short" on the barrel will not fire .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, or .22 WRF; despite there being other 1890's chambered in those calibers). The .22 Long Rifle version was added in 1919. The Model 1890 was produced in three distinct versions. The first model had a solid frame, a case hardened receiver, and a fixed rear sight. Approximately 15,000 of these were produced between 1890 and 1892. The second model was designed as a takedown rifle. It also had a case hardened receiver, but had an adjustable rear sight. In August 1901, the case hardened receiver was changed to a blued version. Approximately 100,000 second model rifles were produced with case hardened receivers, and 200,000 were produced with blued receivers. A deluxe version was offered, which featured a fancy checkered walnut stock available in either straight or pistol grip and a grooved slide handle. The third model was also produced as a takedown rifle, and featured a modified receiver that allowed the breech bolt to lock externally. The third model was also available in a deluxe version, which, similar to the second model, featured a fancy checkered walnut stock available in either straight or pistol grip and a grooved slide handle. This particular rifle is the 3rd model and it looks great! It IS an old refinish but they did an outstanding job as the lettering is all nice and sharp. The barrel is a factory replacement that wa ordered from the factory by a dealer or gunsmith to put on this piece during restoration. The finish is so black that I get a lot of glare trying to take pictures of it. It looks like this rifle has seen very little use. All of the edges are sharp and there is just a very minor wear to the receiver when the slide opens up. The walnut stock is in very nice condition as well with all gaps tight between metal and wood. There is a slight depression of the wood at the top of the obverse buttstock which is another indication that it may have been restored. The forearm is walnut and also in very good condition. There is a slight crack of the metal where the shells are loaded into the tube. I am being over critical as this is still one of the most beautiful Model 1890 Slide Action Winchester Rifles that I have ever seen. For this one $800.00 Modern Guns 106

2. Here is a Winchester Model 1895 in .30-06 with a 24 inch barrel. The serial number is in the 41XXXX range making it made in 1924. The bore is excellent. The wood shows normal wear for a rifle this old and there are no crack or breaks but there has been an inlay put into the buttstock on the obverse side for some reason (see the pic). Due to this inlay being put in the buttstock and how nice the rest of it is there is a possibility that this rifle has been restored. This rifle is in very good condition and operates flawlessly!

The Model 1895 was the first Winchester rifle to feature a box magazine located underneath the action instead of the tubular magazine design, which had remained fundamentally unchanged from the Winchester 1866. This allowed the rifle to safely chamber military and hunting cartridges with spitzer (pointed) bullets. The M1895 was also the last of the lever action rifles to be designed by John Browning, and featured a rear locking bolt as in his previous designs dating back to the Winchester 1886. The M1895 is the strongest lever action rifle Winchester has produced, designed to handle the increased pressures generated by the more powerful smokeless powder cartridges. This rifle has most of the original bluing present with sharp lettering. This piece also has the original Winchester ebony inlay end piece on the stock which you hardly see on this model. You will like this one! $1795.00 + shipping. Modern Guns 104

This Model 71 is SOLD!!! 3. Winchester Model 71 Lever action Pre War 348 Long Tang 1936 model Rifle with serial number of 6438. This is a very nice rifle chambered for the 348 Winchester and has a 24 inch barrel with sharp rifling. There is carry wear on the lower receiver and on top of the barrel where the hand wrapped around it there. The stocks are in ecellent condition and look so nice that they may have been restored some even though the edges are sharp and the metal to wood fit is very nice. There are no cracks or breaks in the stocks. The action works fine and all markings are sharp and clear. A very nice example! $1595.00 plus shipping. Modern Guns 103

4. Winchester Model 1886 Rifle 33 WCF 33 Winchester Lever Action Rifle!

This one is very nice being above average in all respects. This rifle is mechanically perfect with a most excellent bore and has a 24 inch barrel. The serial number indicates a manufacture date of 1906. Excellent blue remains on the barrel and magazine tube with fading blue / flaking and some plum coloration on the right side of the receiving. This flaking or blue loss was common on many recievers through out the early Winchester production history as receiver alloys were constantly being upgradinged and the bluing process sometines not full bonding with some of the alloys. The wood stocks are in very good to excellent condition with only minor handling dings. Are lettering and screw heads are sharp. An very nice example of a model 1886 in the 33 W.C.F. cartridge! $2,495.00 + shipping.. Modern Guns 102

Winchester Model 64 .30 WCF Lever action rifle!

This Winchester is pre WW2 made having been made in 1940. This rifle has a 24 inch barrel with excellent bore, original lyman 22 serious barrel sight and hooded front sight. The finish on this rifle is very good with wear to the edges. The mechanics are perfect! This rifle is an improved version of the Model 55, this gun feathered a larger magazine, pistol-grip stock and forged front sight ramp. The trigger pull was also improved. The frame and barrel were blued and most all of that original bluing remains. Serial numbering of the Model 64 was concurrent with the Model 1894. Bulit between 1933 and 1957, approximately 67,000 were sold. This model was reintroduced in 1972 and discontinued in 1973. This is a very nice example of a rifle that does not seem to have had a lot of use. Nice! $1,095.00 + shipping. . Modern Guns 100

Winchester Model 92 in 25-20 WCF.

The Winchester Model 1892 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning as a smaller, lighter version of his large-frame Model 1886, and which replaced the Model 1873 as the company's lever-action for pistol-caliber rounds such as the .44-40 round. When asked by Winchester to design an improved pistol caliber lever action, John Browning said he would have the prototype completed in under a month or it would be free. Within 2 weeks, Browning had a functioning prototype of the 92 Calibers for the rifle vary and some are custom-chambered. The original rounds were the .32-20, .38-40, and .44-40 Winchester centerfire rounds, followed in 1895 by the new .25-20. A few Model 92's chambered for .218 Bee were produced in 1936-38. The Winchester Models 53 (1924) and 65 (1933) were relabeled Model 1892's. Admiral Robert E. Peary carried an 1892 on his trips to the North Pole., and Secretary of War Patrick Hurley was presented with the one millionth rifle on December 13, 1932. 1,007,608 Model 1892 rifles were made by Winchester.

Although the Model 1892 made its debut after the closing of the American frontier, and the true "Guns that Won the West" were the earlier Models 1866 and 1873, nonetheless the '92 became an indelible icon of Western mythology through its use in hundreds of motion pictures and television shows, standing in for its older siblings. John Wayne famously carried Model 92s in dozens of films and owned several personally, some with the distinctive oversized "loop" lever. Other notable screen 92s were those of Chuck Connors in The Rifleman TV series, and Steve McQueen's "Mare's Leg" in Wanted: Dead or Alive.

Hollywood studios purchased the '92 in quantity because it was in regular production (until World War II) but looked sufficiently like Old West Winchesters to substitute for valuable antiques, and because in calibers .44-40 and .38-40 it could fire, together with the Colt Single Action Army "Peacemaker" revolver, the standard Five-in-One blank cartridge. This latter practice mirrored the real cowboys, who found it convenient to carry a rifle and a revolver chambered with the same ammunition.

This particular rifle is in very nice condition being manufactured in 1923. Most of the original bluing is present on the barrel and tube magazine while the receiver, tang, buttplate and nose cap have turned to a nice pleasant plum color. The wood is in very good condition with only a couple of chips out of it at the nose cap that you can see in the pics. This rifle has a 24 inch barrel with sharp rifling present. All of the markings are excellent being deep and clear. This is a real nice piece in the scarce 25-20 caliber ! $1,295.00 + shipping.. Modern Guns 99


Here we have a real nice Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine in .32 WS that was made in 1926.

Probably the most famous, and certainly the most popular, hunting rifle in history is the Winchester Model 1894. The Model 94 was the first sporting rifle to sell over 1,000,000 copies. Sales ultimately totaled somewhere around 7,000,000 before the Model 94 was discontinued when the U.S. factory was shut down in 2006. No other sporting rifle has approached those numbers, and it is unlikely that one ever will.

This particular Carbine is in pretty nice condition for a gun that's seen use for 88 years! The barrel exhibits over 94% of the original bluing while the receiver has about 40% of the original bluing left. This gun has not been cleaned and shows a nice patina where the bluing is lacking. The walnut stock is in generally very nice condition with an occasional bump and ding here and there but no cracks or breaks. The 20 inch barrel has most of the bluing left and has a great bore with sharp shiney rifling. All of the markings on the barrel are deep and sharp with little to no wear. The Saddle ring is intact. The action works fine and the original sling is present as well. This is a nice carbine! $1,150.00 PRICE REDUCED TO $995.00 Modern Guns 95


We just got in 7 collector/investment grade Winchesters. Take a look at the offering!


The Winchester 9422 had a 33-year production run and was one of the most popular .22 rifles with numerous variations and special editions for collectors. During the Winchester Model 9422’s 33-year production run—from 1972 through 2005—the well-built and extremely accurate .22 rimfire lever-action embodied our ongoing admiration for the American West and filled the need for an economical look-alike of its big-bore Model 94 counterpart. It’s unsurprising then that the 9422 became one of the most popular rifles in Winchester’s lineup. All of the following rifles have grooved receivers , buckhorn type rear adjustable sights and hooded front sights.

This particular rifle is in outstanding condition with no wear showing to the bluing or to the lettering on the 20 inch long barrel. The stock is finished in gloss and the only thing remotely that I can mention is that there are a couple of minor chips to the finish near the butt plate which I have shown photos of. The stock is factory checkered and just beautiful! This particular rifle is the 9422 XTR Short, Long and long rifle model. The bore is like new! Outstanding quality!!! For this one $1,250.00 Modern Guns 94


Here's another Winchester 9422 lever action rifle in .22 Win Magnum and so marked on the 20 inch long barrel. This one is in the same condition as the one listed above except that it doesn't have any minor chips in the finish near the butt plate, however, there are a very, very few very minor dings in the wood. The bluing is outstanding and the bore is like new. Again, this one is finished in a gloss finish on the checkered stock. This particular rifle is the 9422 XTR WIN. MAGNUM. Outstanding quality on this one as well! For this fine example $1,650.00 Modern Guns 93


This is the beautiful shorter model Trapper with a 16 inch barrel length. This one is not a gloss finish but does have the checkering and it's just beautiful! The only thing to mention is a small scratch to the receiver that is not deep just being a surface wear scratch. The bluing has no wear and the lettering is sharp. This is a very nice Trapper Model! For this one $1,550.00 Modern Guns 92




The Winchester Model 61 was the fourth in a series of Slide-Action rifles that Winchester produced. Unlike its predecessors, the Model 61 had no exposed hammer, an attempt by Winchester to compete with other rifles of the day (e.g., Remington). The Model 61 was the hammerless replacement for 1890, 1906 and Model 62, especially when the former two models were dropped from production in 1932. The Winchester Model 61 was produced from 1932 through 1963 with over 342,000 guns sold. All Model 61 guns were of the take-down variety and fitted with a 24 inch round and tapered barrel. The gun had a straight-grip walnut stock and a grooved slide handle. The gun was chambered for short, long, and long-rifle interchangeably, continuing the standard set by the later 1906 Model, and this helped to assure the continued success of the Model 61. These guns could also be ordered from the factory in a variety of configurations. There was also a number of Model 61 that were chambered for single caliber .22 bullets, and these guns bring a premium. The Model 61 is often considered the companion to the model 12 and Model 42 Winchester shotguns.

This first Model 61 is SOLD!!! This first Model 61 is in great condition with a few minor dings on the walnut stock but not bad at all for a rifle that was made in 1952! The bluing is fine only showing wear at the slide on the 24 inch barrel. The lettering on the barrel is sharp as well. The action works flawlessly and the rifing is like new! This rifle is chambered for the Short, long or long rifle. This one definitely did not see much use. For this one $895.00 Modern Guns 90

This second Winchester Model 61 rifle is in similar condition as the first with a little wear to the slide area of the barrel, under the receiver and on some of the high edges but not bad at all. There is also a few minor finish scratches at the rear of the chamber area on the receiver. This one is chambered for the .22 W.R.F.and the bore is fine in the 24 inch barrel. The receiver is not grooved for scope mounts but has been drilled and tapped for them. Now they have screws in the tap holes of which one is obscuring the Winchester proof mark. Also the front sight is bent. This one dates to 1950! Very nice for a 64 year old rifle!!! $1,599.00 Modern Guns 88


Here is a Colt New Police .32 that definitely has seen better days. This model appears similar to the New Pocket Model. The frame is stamped "NEW POLICE". It is chambered for the .32 colt. This piece was originally blued and astonishly there is still a lot of blue on the trigger, hammer and one of the screws otherwise it has no finish. There is pitting near the end of the barrel. Markings are clear. Colt manufactured 49,500 of this model from 1896 to 1907. The New York City Police Department purchased 4,500 of these revolvers. This piece is in generally poor condition with a poor bore. The grips are missing but the action still works although it is stiff and sticky. The serial number is 31906. Restore it as a wall hanger or hang it up as it is. It's still a nice display piece or use it for parts. $125.00 Modern Guns 87


Here we have an excellent condition H&R model 722 (.22 LR, singe-action with 6" octagonal barrel and 7-shot cylinder. Blued w/wood grips. Formally known as the "Trapper" model) and so marked TRAPPER MODEL on the top strap. The barrel is a 6 inch octagon barrel with nice rifling and a blade sight up front. The finish is about 96% on this revolver. The best I've seen! I've had a few and they generally show a lot more wear than this one does. The checkered two piece grips are in very good condition with some dings on the bottom from sticking out of a holster and not being protected. This piece was not used much. The action is fine and it locks up tight. The markings are all sharp, deep and clear and the original blue is bright and hard to photograph without getting glare in the photo. There is some wear to the bluing at the end of the octagon barrel from sliding in and out of the holster. Nice!!! For this piece $475.00 and I don't think you'll find another in this condition. THE PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO $415.00!! Modern Guns 86


Here is a pretty nice Winchester Model 94 Carbine in .32 Winchester Special cartridge. Winchester Model 1894 (also known as Winchester 94 or Win 94) is a lever-action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round, the .30 WCF (Winchester Center Fire}. This round was later chambered by Marlin which designated it the .30-30, which used the black powder cartridge nomenclature of using the caliber as the first number and the grains of powder as the second. Marlin used this nomenclature in order not to promote its competitor's products.[1] The .30-30 name finally became synonymous with the cartridge and until they ceased to manufacture rifles in 2006. The rifles are back in production today, being Winchester ultimately dropped the .30 WCF nomenclature. The 1894 was produced by Winchester Repeating Arms Company through 1980 and then by U.S. Repeating Arms under the Winchester brand made by the Miroku company of Japan and imported into the United States by the Browning Arms company of Morgan, Utah.

The Model 1894 has been referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design" by firearms historians such as R. L. Wilson and Hal Herring. The Model 1894 is the rifle credited with the name "Winchester" being used to refer to all rifles of this type and was the first commercial sporting rifle to sell over 7,000,000 units

This particular carbine has the 20 inch barrel. It has the plain walnut straight grip stock with carbine style butttplate. The forarm is a plain walnt uncapped with one barrel band. It is in a solid frame style as all carbiens are. Carbines made prior to 1925 were witted with a saddle ring but this one does not have one. The serial number on this piece dates it to the early 1940's. From 1943 to 1947 no records are available. This one falls within those numbers. The wood is in generally good condition with a chip out of the top of the buttstock. The finish is pretty nice with worn spots to the edges otherwise fine. I can see a name lightly scratched into the reverse receiver but would polish out if you wanted to. The action is great and the bore is fine, crisp and shiney. It has a buckhorn sight on the rear and a raised dovetailed blade sight up front. All of the markings are crisp and sharp. This is a nice Winchester Model 1894 Carbine. $850.00 THE PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO $725.00!!! Modern Guns 84


Here is some vintage .33 caliber Winchester Ammuntion that is hard to find! This ammunition is in the vintage blue and yellow boxes. The boxes are not in the greatest of condition but still displayable and quite colorful!!! One box is full with 20 rounds of vintage .33 Winchester while the other box is empty. Ends are detached. The ammo is in great condition! $140.00

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Here are 114 factory rounds of 348 Winchester Ammo! This groupoing is 114 rounds of factory loaded (not reloads) ov 348 Winchester 200 gr Silvertip Ammo. There are 2 complete boxes of whit box Winchester, 2 complete boxes of Winchester Yellow box, 1 complete box of Browning/Winchester and also 1 partial box (14 rounds) of the recent production Winchester Silver box ammo. All of the ammo is good clean ammunition. The silver box has been crushed but the other boxes are in good condition. For the lot--- $425.00

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This is an incredible Marlin 39 Century Limited chambered in .22 S,L, & L.R. in NEW condition. This rifle was manufactured in 1970 only. This rifle celebrates the 100 year anniversary of Marlin Firearms. Two brass plates on both the right side of the receiver and the buttstock. The blued finish is 100%. The bore of the 20 inch octagon barrel is in excellent, unused condition, very bright and shiny. Walnut stock is in excellent shape with no dings and dents in it. This rifle has a brass butt plate. Sights include adjustable rear notch sight and front blade sight. The rifle comes in the original box with the original users manual. Incredible! Take a look at the pics. $995.00

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I just got in a group of obsolete Ammo and related materials. Please look at the pic below. I will add them as I do the research. Thanks!

Here is a box of UMC .22 SHORT RF SMOKELESS 50 CARTRIDGES, but it has only 15 cartridges left. The real jewel is the box! It's still nice and solid with great graphics. The box also has on it Xpecially adapted for fine Gallery and Target Shooting also for sporting purposes. Nice display item with a Model 1890 Winchester Slide action rifle!!! $45.00

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Here is a box of 37 .22 CAL. HORNET shells in box. The bos says EMPTY PRIMED SHELLS so these shells must have had the powder and projectile loaded then put back in the box. The box was held shut by tape and has on the side of it 55 grain bullet?. Take a look at the pic. $125.00

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Vintage box of 1000 WINCHESTER Non-Mercuric Staynless Primers Center Fire No. 120. There are 10 Boxes of 100 inside the master box. Nice!!! $120.00

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Here's another vintage box of Winchester primers but they are older than the box above. This one is for Winchester Leader, Metal Lined and Pigeon paper shot shells using Nitro Powders. The box is unopened and in great condition for it's age. Nice! $30.00

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Here's an old box of 35 Parabellum 9mm pistol shells made in Czechoslovakia. The box full would be for 50 shells so there's 15 missing. For this box $15.00

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Here's a Trailsman 66 from Iver Johnson and it too is in .22 Caliber LR. This piece has a small area of minor pitting on the barrel just above the cylinder pin and although it's a very good color with the bluing you can see brown spots under it. The grips are plastic and looks to have a small semi circular crack on the bottom portion that runs from the checkering to the inner tang. This is a double action firearm and it works flawlessly. The bore is in excellent condition as well. This firearm was introduced in 1858 and was discontinued in 1975. This revolver has a 4 digit serial number. All markings are crisp. It's still a very nice piece!!! $275.00 Modern Guns 59



This last Iver Johnson is and Iver Johnson Model 844 and under the MODEL 844 on the barrel it says PATENTS PENDING. This is another top break model being a .22 caliber double action revolver with a 6 inch barrel. It has adjustable sights and an 8 shot cylinder. This model was manfactured in the 1950's and is in very, very nice condition! Again, there is minor wear to the muzzle where it went in and out of a holster but other than that this piece is premium!!! It has an unfluted cylinder and the only marks on it are from the cylinder turning. I don't believe that this piece was used much. The hammer and trigger still exhibit all of it's case colors. The one piece walnut grip with checkering is complete and undamaged except for a couple of bruises on the bottom. This is a fine revolver!! $435.00 Modern Guns 56


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

Here's an old Iver Johnson .32 S & W short, 5 shot, 3 inch barrel, double action revolver that was made from the late 1890's to about 1920 or so that was marketed under the U.S.REVOLVER CO - MADE IN THE USA, which was marked on the top of the barrel. . This one is serial numbered 78630 so I'm sure it's into the 20th century which means it has to go either to a Curio and Relic license holder or to a Federal Firearms License who can do the transfer for you. This revolver is a "hammerless" model which simply means the hammer is concealed into the frame. The finish is about 50% or so and the double action works fine. The revolver has Pearl grips. One time General George Patton was being interviews and he was asked about his pearl handled revolvers. He said to the guy that his revolvers were ivory handled and the only one's who use pearl handled revolvers were "pimps"!!! Ha Ha Ha!!! The grips are in very good condition but do have a chip here and there. I took a couple of extra pics of the grips because in the earlier pics they look like ivory. They are pearl. Nice old gun and better than my pics!! $165.00 Modern Guns 49


Here we have a Colt Trooper MK III Revolver serial #Y397xx, 22 Mag, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99.9% original blue finish with a very faint turn ring on cylinder. The hammer retains strong vivid case colors. The factory checkered walnut grips rate excellent. An excellent condition rimfire trooper revolver. Introduced to the firearms market by the Colt's Manufacturing Company in 1953, the Colt Trooper is a medium frame double-action revolver featuring a six-round cylinder, chambered for .22 and .38 caliber cartridges. This one is for a .22 magnum R.F. (rimfire) and so marked on the barrel.

Here is some info on the MK III


1969 - 1982 In the late 1960s, Colt began to be concerned with a decline in its market share because of price increases brought about by the high labor costs inherent in its manufacturing processes. In response, an entirely new product line of revolvers dubbed the MK III series debuted in 1969. Intended to be the first major advancement of Colt's designs since the beginning of the 20th Century, the MK IIIs used a new 'J' frame and had no parts interchangeability with older models. The new revolvers were considered groundbreaking as they were the first modern revolver designs to employ a state of the art transfer-bar lockwork system. This lockwork was not only more sophisticated, but inherently safer due to its superiority to the older hammer-blocking designs; the revolver could fire only if the trigger was deliberately pulled completely to the rear. It also vastly improved on the earlier design in durability, and offered the advantage of employing sintered iron internal parts rather than expensive forged ones. The sintered parts also allowed for improved fabrication tolerances, and could be given a special heat treatment resulting in a harder more wear-resistant composition. Using these parts virtually eliminated hand fitting, significantly lowering labor costs associated with the assembly and manufacture of the MK III line. The springs used in the Mark III internals were also an improvement. Unlike the older flat style, they were coiled and made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel.

Well, that's probably more than you want to know about this particular weapon. At any rate this is one excellent example of a Colt Trooper MK III! $1195.00 Modern Guns 46


Here we have a First Issue Colt Police Positive in .22 WRF, serial number 4858. This piece has 65 to 70% original blue with the remainder turning a nice plum brown. This piece functions flawlessly and has a very nice bore. The hard rubber grips are complete with some minor scuffs and it looks like a small chip on the bottom of the reverse grip has been repaired. This piece is also know as the Police Positive Target Revolver.

Here are some stats on the Target Revolver

Weighing 22 ounces and available with a blued finish and black hard rubber grips in .22 Long Rifle, .22 WRF, .32 Long (and Short) Colt, and .32 Colt New Police (.32 S&W Long) chamberings, the First issue of this model featured an adjustable open iron sighted 6 inch barrel and was marketed from 1910 to 1925, with checked Walnut grips replacing the rubber ones after 1923. A Second issue was sold from 1926 to 1941 and differed from the First in that it had a slightly heftier frame which upped the weight to 26 ounces; also Colt's nickel finish was offered as an option. In today's collectable market, the .32 New Police version appears to be the most sought after and valuable but this model is sought after as well. For this fine specimen: $695.00 Modern Guns 45

the next 4 are CONSIGNMENTS

Here we have 4 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! $375.00 Modern Guns 41

Here is another TRAPPER model H & R that is in better condition that the one previously offered. This one has nearly 99% original factory blue on it and it works fine. It is a double/single action revolver and works fine. All markings are nice and sharp. Nice little .22 caliber revolver that was made from 1934-1941. Nice!! 450.00 Modern Guns 40

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 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. 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 we have a brand new in the box Uberti 1885 Single Shot Low Wall in .22 magnum! The production of the Single Shot started in September 1885 using the Browning patent and terminated towards the end of 1920. It became one of the best known guns and was regarded by many as being the best Single Shot ever to be made. Without doubt it is stronger than the Sharps better designed very accurate and reliable in every way. Few guns have been made in so many different calibers - high walls even served in the development of the 7.62 Nato round. The gun was produced during a period in which target shooting was a really popular sport they were used in International Competitions at 1 000 yards. Here are the stats for this fine rifle:

Length of Barrel: 30"

Overall Length: 45.40"

Weight: 6.56 lbs

Barrel: Forged steel

Frame: Forged steel and color case


Stock: Walnut

Forend: Walnut

Outstanding quality!!! $1200.00 Modern Guns 14


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

CONSIGNMENT: H & K 41 Selective Fire Rifle for Parts or Display!!

Here is a unique Heckler & Kock German Selective Fire Rifle that you can use for parts or you can display it on a board in your Man Cave! This is a HK G41 rifle that has had the upper receiver cut away making it legal to own by the general consumer. This piece was first produced in 1983 chambered for the 5.56X45mm round. The magazine capacity was 30 rounds and the rate of fire is about 850 rounds per minute. This model was able to accept M16 magazines. It'll make a nice display piece!! $425.00 Modern guns 02

Here's a book that I don't believe you can get anymore as I believe it's out of print. This is a book entitled U.S.MILITARY KNIVES -BAYONETS & MACHETES - BOOK III - M.H.COLE, 4th printing 1987 along with the 1994 pricing supplement UNITED STATES MILITARY KNIVES by Silvey, Boyd and Price. This reference book is a must if you collect US Military knives!!! 220 pages of text, line drawings and photographs! It's a 8 3/4 X 11 14 inch hardbound book in DJ. Everything is in real nice condition but the dust jacket does show some wear. The previous owners name is written in ink inside. Great book!!! $125.00 Modern Guns 1

Here's an excellent book signed by the author and entitled ELMER KEITH - HIS LIFE STORY - "HELL, I WAS THERE". Petersen Publishing, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Elmer Keith: Hell I Was There: His Life Story. Adventures of a Montana Cowboy who gained world fame as a Big game Hunter and expert in Guns & Ammo. This is a large format (10.5"x8.5") volume, one of the AUTHOR'S LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES SIGNED by Elmer Keith on the front free end page. Profusely illustrated with photographs including a nice section on his African hunting with Truman Fowler. A very nice copy of the Author's limited edition Scarce. This one is rare to find and in such good condition!!! $495.00 Modern Guns 2

Here's an original hardbound book in fair dustjacket entitled THE MUZZLE-LOADING CAP LOCK RIFLE by Ned H. Roberts, 1958. This book explores the history, construction, and care of one of America"s finest firearms. It features hundreds of photographs that show muzzle-loading cap lock rifles, ammunition, cap magazines, powder flasks, bullet moulds, and more. It also describes and recreates traditional shooting matches in fascinating detail. $25.00 Modern Guns 3

Here is a fantastic condition hardbound book in dj entitled THE KENTUCKY RIFLE HUNTING POUCH by Madison Grant, 1977 and signed by the author in a presentation to the previous owner. 207 pages including bibliography; book is well-illustrated with 134 duo-toned (sepia and white) photographs with additional line drawings. "An overview of the history, style and function of the hunting pouch as an indispensable associate of the muzzle loading rifle or musket.More than two hundred examples of pouches and other items needed to service the distinctly American gun known as the long rifle. Accompanying the pouches are descriptions of purpose and examples of the sometimes folk art appearance of numerous accoutrements: This is one great book and it's signed by the author! $100.00 Modern Guns 4

Here's a good hardbound copy in plastic stick on dj entitled THE KENTUCKY RIFLE by Dillin, 1959. 201 pages, plus publisher's ads. 126 photographic plates showing hundreds of rifles. Frontis photo of famed rifle maker John Shell. Aside from the plastic stick on dustjacket this is one fine book! Has the original owners name inside. $30.00 Modern Guns 5

This is a good copy of THE GUN DIGEST 2ND ANNUAL EDITION . Publisher: Paul, Richmond & Company, Chicago, 1946 The covers are still attached to the book with dings on the corners. Minor wear to edges, a bit water staining inside but still not bad. The text is unmarked except for the original price of $1.25 in pencil. Staples well intact to interior pages. Many excellently clear photographs and illustrations. 163 pp. "Authentic guide to American & foreign rifles, shotguns, handguns and accessories." Revised since the end of WWII. This is still a real nice book! $30.00 Modern Guns 6

Here is a real good copy of COLT CARTRIDGE PISTOLS - A DETAILED STUDY OF COLT HAND ARMS--FROM 1868 CONVERTED CAPLOCKS THROUGH AUTOMATICS. Santa Ana CA Published by author 1952 First Edition Softcover Very Good+ Printed by the Foundation Press. Quarto sized staple-bound softcover, about 11 inches tall, in beige wraps. 126 pages plus 2 pages of ads. Illustrated by drawings and photographs. A company history displaying dozens of variations and conversions with detailed specifications. This is a nice one and shows little wear.$40.00 Modern Guns 7

Here is an original STEVENS FIREARMS - GENERAL CATALOG NO. 54 - J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL COMPANY CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. U.S.A. (1914) ! This thing is really nice! The catalog is still together and not falling apart at all. There are 88 pages of the products, including firearms, that Stevens offered in 1914. The pages and images are very nice and the binding is tight. Softcover. $125.00 Modern Guns 8

Here's an original catalog entitled REMINGTON UMC - MODERN FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION 1918-19. THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Inc. This fine catalog has some small amount of staining to the front lower cover and the inside pages have yellowed but they are still in very nice condition!!! 208 pages of excellent text and illustrations including firearms, ammo, ect. This is a very nice reference catalog! $95.00 Modern Guns 9

This is an original WINCHESTER CATALOGUE NO. 81 -1918 catalogue! There are a couple of minor spots on the brown covers and gorgeous text and illustrations on this catalogues 213 pages. The pages are bright and the binding is tight. This is a nice piece!!! This catalog is for firearms, parts, ammo and etc. The catalog has some nice exploded views which makes it invaluable as a reference piece!!! $95.00 Modern Guns 10

The below reprint catalogue is SOLD! Here is a great reprint entitled WINCHESTER CATALOGUE NO. 79 1914 - WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN.U.S.A. This reprint has 108 pages of great text and illustrations. A must for the collector! The reprint is in very nice condition! $10.00 Modern Guns 11

Here's another nice reprint entitled L.C.SMITH. GUNS...and...HUNTER ONE-TRIGGERS NEVER SHOOT LOOSE THE GUN THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF MADE BY HUNTER ARMS COMPANY, INC. FULTON, NEW YORK. This small but important reprint has 27 pages and really is a sales brochure that is very informative for the L.C.SMITH owner. Near perfect condition $6 Modern Guns 12

The below reprint catalogue is SOLD! Here is another very nice, nearly perfect, reprint entitled REMINGTON UMC 1915-1916 FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION --REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. This reprint is filled with important information and images of the various fireamrs and parts. This is another good one! $10.00 Modern Guns 13

Here is a reprint of a July 1907 CATALOGUE OF MILITARY GOODS FOR SALE BY FRANCIS BANNERMAN, 501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Francis Bannerman was the man in Military goods from 1865 until he went out of business, I think in the 1960's. He was located on Bannerman Island New York and his business was in a Castle. The old Castle burned down and I never got to go visit there myself-darn!!! His company sold everthing under the sun!! Muskets, rifles, swords, spears, uniforms, carbines and on and on and on!!! This catalog is a fine reprint of an original and has 259 completely filled pages of items!!! This reprint is in good condition being tight and solid! $15.00 on this one. Modern Guns 14

The below book SOLD! Here's an excellent reprint entitled A HISTORY OF THE COLT REVOLVER FROM 1836 TO 1940 by Charles T. Haven and Frank A. Belden with a foreword by Stephen V. Grancsay. Reprint by Bonanza Books, New York: c. 1940. Very good in green cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine and on the front board. A small quarto measuring 10 3/4" by 8" . No dust jacket. 711 pages...Excellent text and photographs! This book is just excellent! $35.00 Modern Guns 15

Here's an old book that's seen better days! This one has been used hard! This is a 1928 first edition MODERN GUNSMITHING by Clyde Baker. This one is hard bound with loose boards but there are still attached. There is the prevous owners name in side and the notation that it was a Christmas Gift in 1929. There are photographs and great text in the 530 pages of this great old book! Gunsmiths can still use this old book today! $30.00 Modern Guns 16

This is a great reprint of a very good WINCHESTER 1926-27 PRODUCT CATALOG. I never knew Winchester made and offered some much varied amount of different goods! There are 292 pages of text and images so interesting that you won't be able to put it down and will study it for years to come! Purchased new for $16.95 but this one is $10.00 Modern Guns 17

Here's a softcover publication entitled MAUSER RIFLES - AN AMERICAN RIFLEMAN REPRINT 1991. This publication only has 32 pages but it's chocked full of information and photographs pertaining to this most important firearm. $10.00 Modern Guns 18

The below Mauser Book SOLD! Here's another softcover publication like the one above entitled BRITISH ENFIELD RIFLES - AMERICAN RIFLEMAN REPRINT 1992. This one is also chocked full of extremely useful informatioin pertaining to these Enfield Rifles from the Revolutionary War thru WW2 with schematics. Nice! $10.00 Modern Guns 19


LEVINE'S GUIDE TO KNIVES AND THEIR VALUES -EXTENSIVELY REVISED 4TH EDITION . I believe this edition was done around 1996. Hey, the prices may be outdated but the information will live on forever!! This guide is in excellent condition! 511 pages of text and wonderfull photographs!!! $10.00 Modern Guns 20

Here's another Knife guide that's entitled SARGENT'S AMERICAN PREMIUM GUIDE TO POCKET KNIVES AND RAZORS - IDENTIFICATION AND VALUES - 2ND EDITION 1989. Again the prices are not current but the information is outstanding!!! 482 pages of outstanding photos and informative text! $10.00 Modern Guns 21

THE OLD CATALOGS BELOW ARE SOLD! Here's TWO original 1920's SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY CATALOGS entitle GUN MATERIAL and one GUS HABICH, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (1920's) catalog as well as an original 1907 catalogue and price list for J.A.JOHNSON -GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS out of Pittsburg, PA. These old catalogs are in pitiful condition but still have page after page of weapons of the period as well as a parts list and schematics of each weapon. These old catalogs, although well worn, are still a treasure trove of info. For the lot $35.00 Modern Guns 22

Here's an old reference softcover book entitled ANTIQUE GUNS by Hank Wieand Bowman. There are 144 pages of photos and text concerning antique guns of all kinds. The book is still in very good condition. $8.00 Modern Guns 23

Here's a softcover reference book by Anthony Darling entitled RED COAT AND BROWN BESS. This one was done by Museum Restoration Service out of Canada in 1970 and is the first edition. The previous owners name is written inside the front cover. There are 63 pages in this informative little book. There are photographs as well. Good condition. $10.00 Modern Guns 24

The below set of THE MODERN GUNSMITH is SOLD!

Here we have a 2 volumn set of THE MODERN GUNSMITH by Howe which was printed by Funk & Wagnalls Company in 1941 with up to date supplement. The books are hardbound and in nice condition. Vol. 1 has 424 pages while vol. 2 has 424 pages as well with a 62 page supplement. The pages are bright with no foxing and have great photos! You can still learn something here!!! $55 for the pair. Modern Guns 25

Here's a good paperback book entitled SHOOTING SIXGUNS OF THE OLD WEST by Mike Venturino, 1997. The book has 221 pages of excellent text and wonderful photographs. This is a great reference book! $15.00 Modern Guns 26


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 has a folding stock. This is nice!!! $1,950.00 Modern Guns 31


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


Here is a Winchester 12 guage single shot Model 370 Shotgun. The Winchester model 370 replaced the model 37. There were approximately 221,000 made between 1968 and 1973. The 370 model was actually manufactured in Winchester's Canada plant in Ontario. This shotgun is in average condition and has had the choke altered at the end of the barrel. There is also some corrosion on the end of the barrel otherwise the gun is in good shape with the exception of where something was glued to the reverse side of the buttstock. I believe a little adhesive remover would take care of that. The bore is excellent and the gun functions very well. The barrel is tight to the action. You could refinish this one without harming the value. WAS $125.00 NOW $110.00 Modern Guns 42


Here we have a 20 guage single shot shotgun made in Spain being a Model 690. IT has a nickeled receiver and a blued 27 1/2 inch barrel The bore is nice and shiney. The wood is in good condition and will look very nice polished up. There are no sling swivels although the front swivel post is present. The ornate cap on the end of the pistol grip and buttplate are present and in excellent condition. There are engraved scenes on the receiver of a dog on one side and a deer on the other. The nickel has chips here and there due to age. The action seems to work OK. WAS 100.00 for this one NOW $90. Modern Guns 44


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. The consignor WAS asking $700.00 on this one NOW $630.00 Modern Guns 45



Here we have a vintage Remington Model 510 in pretty good condition. The Bore is shiney and the rifling is deep. The action works well and there are no cracks or breaks in the stock- just the ususal scratches and dings. From 1930 to 1970 Remington produced a variety of single shot rifles and this is one of them. The only detractor from this old piece is that the buttplate has been replaced with a clear piece of plastic but can be easily replaced if you can find an original one. WAS $200.00 NOW $180.00 Modern Guns 47

Look at these wonderful guides! They aren't hugh in size but hugh in volume of knowledge and great photographs to see exactly what you're doing! If you own and work on these firearms you'll love these guides!!

DISASSEMBLY & REASSEMBLY GUIDE AK-47 AKM & All Varients (2006) FEATURES: • The only current printed manual that includes information on ALL models. • Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your work surface. • 16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images. • Cardstock cover. Bright white paper. Introduction: Brief history of the AK-47 Safety First Exploded Parts Diagram Parts List Disassembly - Magazine - Clear Weapon - Receiver Cover - Recoil Guide Spring - Bolt Carrier & Assemblies - Upper Forearm & Gas Tube - Lower Forearm - Bolt - Firing Pin Disassembly (cont.) - Extractor - Safety - Hammer Spring TIP - Hammer / Trigger Retainer - Trigger - Hammer - Magazine Reassembly Bolt Extractor Firing Pin Accessories Brief history of the AK-47 Assault Rifle It has been estimated that the worldwide prodution of the AK-47 rifle and its variants has exceed over 90 million. The AK has been licenced (and copied) in dozens of countries. Even after nearly 60 years, it is still the weapon of choice for soldiers, law enforcement, and the gun enthusiast. Mikhail T. Kalashnikov, a Soviet Engineer, designed the weapon in the late 40’s and it was adopted by the Soviet Army in 1949 as the officially designated “7.62mm Automat Kalashnikova, obraztsa 1947 goda” (7.62mm Kalashnikov automatic rifle, model of 1947). The weapon went into service in 1951. The AK-47 and AKM (AK Modified) fire a 7.62 x 39-mm (M1943) ammo which is a heavy caliber small arms round capable of defeating most body armor. The weapon is usually equipped with 30 round magazines and is available in a fixed wooden or folding stock (AKS). The AKM has a stamped receiver and entered into service in 1961. The AK-74 fires a 5.45 mm bullet and has replaced many of the 7.62 weapons. All models are gas operated with a rotating bolt feed system. The semiautomatic version has a “practical” rate of fire of 40 rounds per minute. The AK has an “effective” range of about 300 meters. (328 yards). This is due to its bulky bullet traveling at only 2,300 feet per second. Average weight: 9.5 Pounds. Overall length is 34.2 inches. Folded length: 27.5 Inches. Only $7 !! Modern Guns 57

DISASSEMBLY & REASSEMBLY GUIDE Colt AR 15 & All Variants For your Colt, Bushmaster, Olympic Arms, Armalite, Rock River, DPMS, and countless other manufacturers... FEATURES: • The only current printed manual that includes information on ALL models. • Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your work surface. • 16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images. • Cardstock cover. Bright white paper. Introduction: Brief history M16 AR-15 Safety First Exploded Parts Diagrams (4 pages) Disassembly - Clearing Rifle - Upper & Lower Receivers - Bolt Assembly - Charge Handle - Firing Pin Retainer - Bolt Cam Pin - Extractor - Ejector - Bot Carrier Key - Buffer & Action Spring - Handguards Disassembly (cont.) - Hammer - Disconnector - Trigger - Bolt Catch - Magazine Catch - Buttstock - Pistol Grip - Trigger Guard Reassembly Tips - Action Spring & Buffer - Cam Pin - Bolt Carrier Key - Extractor / Ejector - Charge Handle - Bolt Group Excerpt from this Guide: 1959: Colt aquires manufacturing and marketing rights to AR15. 1962: Colt gets US Department of Defense orders 85,000 M16’s for Vietnam and 19,000 for the Air Force. Mid 60’s: The M16A1 was updated with a new buffer to reduce the rate of fire, chrome plated chamber and barrel, closed prong flash hider, foward bolt assist, new buttstock with cleaning kit, and a 30 shot magazine. Rifles were also produced by GM and Harington & Richardson during the Vietnam war as well as outside the USA. 1978: M16A2 was produced using an increase barrel diameter, rifling was changed from 1:12 to 1:7 to accommodate a new 62 gr. bullet, modified rear sight, case deflector, new round handguard, and full-auto was replaced with three round burst. 1994: M4 was adopted based on a demand for a shorter lightweight weapon. The M4 has a 14.5” barrel and a four position telescoping stock. Collapsed length is under 30 inches and weighs just over 5 1/2 pounds. Effective range is 600 yards. Available in 3 shot burst or full-auto. M4’s are also equipped with a Picatinny -Weaver Rail System to replace the carry handle. COMPLETE Ruger Guides. These comprehensive Guides have 56 pages and cover history, models, accessories, complete disassembly, reassembly, and a complete listing of all serial number ranges based on date of manufacture. Suggested Retail Price $12.00 Modern Guns 58 Disassembly and Reassembly Guides. (D&R Guides) These Guides have 16 pages and cover a brief history, disassembly, and reassembly of the firearm. High resolution illustrations and pictures guide you through the entire process. Remington, Colt, Glock, Ruger, Mossberg, and countless other manufacturers are covered. Only $7 !! Modern Guns 59

DISASSEMBLY & REASSEMBLY GUIDE Ruger Single Action Revolvers (2005) For your Blackhawk, Super Blackhawk, Vaquero and Bisley Models FEATURES: • The only current printed manual that includes information on ALL models. • Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your work surface. • 16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images. • Cardstock cover. Bright white paper. Introduction: Brief History Safety First Exploded Parts Diagram Parts List Disassembly - Clear Weapon - Grips - Mainspring - Grip Frame Screws - Grip / Cylinder Frames - Pawl Spring - Cylinder Latch - Old Three Screw Models - Trigger Spring Disassembly (cont.) - Trigger Pivot Pin - Gate Detent Spring Clamp - Hammer & Cross Pin - Transfer Bar - Trigger - Cylinder Stop - Gate Spring - Loading Gate - Hammer Plunger & Spring - Ejector & Hosuing Reassembly (21) Listed Steps and Tips Accessories Production History of the Ruger Single Action Revolvers 1955 Blackhawk .357 Magnum 1956 Blackhawk .44 Magnum 1959 Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum 1962 End production of the Blackhawk .44 Magnum 1965 Blackhawk .41 Magnum 1968 Blackhawk .30 Caliber 1971 Blackhawk .45 Caliber 1973 New Model Blackhawks (Transfer Bar) 1976 200th Year Markings 1982 Blackhawk .357 Maximum Caliber 1982 Blackhawk Conversion Kit Notice 1984 End production of the Blackhawk .357 Maximum Caliber 1985 New Model Bisley 1990 Blackhawk Special Model S3840 1992 Super Blackhawk Hunter .44 Magnum 1993 Vaquero .44-40, .45 LC, .44 Magnum 1998 Bisley-Vaquero Models 2005 50th Annivesary Blackhawk .357 Magnum 2005 New Vaquero Only $7 !!! Modern Guns 62


Here we have a unique collection of old gun grips. I don't know what all they fit so perhaps you can tell me. We also don't know what to ask for them so feel free to make an offer. We will describe them starting from left to right on the top row and go down. 1. These are revolver grips that are custom made. They look like ivory but I believe they are plastic. 2. These are original Type 14 Japanese Nambu Grips. 3. These are for an original S&W semi auto pistol. 4. This is an original 1 piece grip for a Civil War Colt Army or Navy. Some damage repaired. Second Row 1. I believe these to be original Colt Sibley Grips. 2. These are WW2 Colt Grips for the 1911 A1 pistol. One grip has been used and one has not. 3. I believe these are for the Iver Johnson or some other like pistol. Bakelite? Eagle. 4. Original grips for a Colt Semi auto pistol. Third Row 1. Custom grips for some semi auto pistol. 2. These 3 silver grips are all different and mexican for the 1911 Pistol? 3. Replacement Colt SAA grips. 4. Replacement Colt SAA grips with screw.

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