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Auctioneer Amoskeag Auction Co 603-627-7383
Auction Date Nov 19 Auction
Location
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Manchester, NH
Time 09:00AM
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Lot: 1000 - Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver

serial #9655, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a special order five-screw round butt revolver which is factory inscribed with its original owner's name "PETE KUHLHOFF" on the right side of the frame and was also

Lot: 1001 - Smith & Wesson .38 Chief's Special Revolver

serial #61, 38 S&W Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an extremely early revolver which features the old style rounded half-moon front sight. This is a five screw round butt revolver with flat latch. The condition is

Lot: 1002 - Wonderful Smith & Wesson .22/32 Heavy Frame Target

serial #495550, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver is equipped with factory adjustable sights, correct non-recessed cylinder and it remains in superb original condition. The metal surfaces of revolver retain 98% plus

Lot: 1003 - Smith & Wesson .22/32 "Pre Model 34" Kit Gun

serial #9665, 22 LR, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This little round butt Smith features a flat latch and adjustable sights. The revolver remains in wonderful condition with 99% strong original blue finish remaining with only noticeable

Lot: 1004 - Smith & Wesson .38/44 Heavy Duty "Pre-Model 20"

serial #S147968, 38 S&W Special, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This revolver remains in wonderful condition retaining 99% of its bright original nickel plated finish overall. There are some scattered very light abrasions which do not

Lot: 1005 - Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman Transitional

serial #S70579, 38/44 S&W Special / 38 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This post-war five-screw transitional revolver was made in 1948 and holds strong condition. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with high edge

Lot: 1006 - Colt 150th Anniversary 3rd Generation Single

serial #AM0820, 45 Colt, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful revolver has 50% coverage of loose scroll engraving with punch-dot shading. There is a small wedge of engraving at the muzzle, an outlay around the barrel address and a slice

Lot: 1007 - Harrington & Richardson Model 195 U.S.R.A. Single

serial #588, 22 LR, 10" round barrel with rib and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second variation pistol retain about 97% factory blue finish with scattered light scratches, high edge wear and minor freckling. The one-piece checkered

Lot: 1008 - Colt Second Generation Single Action Army Revolver

serial #66362SA, 45 Colt, 4 3/4" factory replacement barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely revolver retain about 99% factory nickel plate with a faint turn ring on the cylinder and a few minor handling marks. The unmarked

Lot: 1009 - Colt Diamondback Revolver

serial #D90264, 22 LR, 4" ventilated rib barrel with an excellent bore. This 1976-made revolver is in beautiful condition and appears to be as new in the box. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder.

Lot: 1010 - Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 Revolver

serial #N13364, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was received by Mr. Jinks early in his career and prior to full time employment with the company. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a few minor

Lot: 1011 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-10 N.R.A. 50 Years of

serial #CME0614, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was made for the 2009 N.R.A. show in Phoenix, Arizona. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus factory deep lustrous blue with a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 1012 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-8 150th Anniversary

serial #DBW0013, 44 Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in superb condition. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with just a hint of a turn ring on

Lot: 1013 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-3 Elmer Keith Deluxe

serial #EMK0036, 44 Magnum, 4" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. Roy Jinks designed the Elmer Keith commemorative set and was given this gun by the company for his efforts. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with a very

Lot: 1014 - Rare Smith & Wesson Model 10-13 100th Anniversary

serial #M&P0032, 38 Special, 4" pinned tapered barrel with an excellent bore. Only 34 of these lovely anniversary revolvers were produced and they were configured to resemble the model 1899 M&P. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus high

Lot: 1015 - Smith & Wesson Model 25-3 Heavy Barrel Target

serial #S&W0013, 45 Colt, 6 1/2" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely commemorative has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in grand condition. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue with a faint turn

Lot: 1016 - Custom Browning High-Power Semi-Auto Target Pistol

serial #245NX66543, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a custom gun built for Roy Jinks by Pistolsmith Jim Garthwaite of Watsontown, Pennsylvania and was presented to him in 1994 upon being named Outstanding American Handgunner. The

Lot: 1017 - Navy Arms Model 1875 Schofield Top-Break Revolver

serial #1396, 45 Colt, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. Noted Smith & Wesson collector Gary Garbrecht presented this revolver to Roy Jinks. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with bold case-hardened colors on the

Lot: 1018 - Thompson Center Contender Pistol Presented to Roy

serial #OAHA1994, 22 LR, 10" bull barrel with an excellent bore. This handgun was presented to Roy Jinks by Thompson Center for winning the Outstanding American Handgunner Award. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The

Lot: 1019 - Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #TEY8805, 22 LR, 7" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish. The checkered finger rest goncalo alves factory grips rate excellent. This early 1990-made pistol features a Patridge front

Lot: 1020 - Smith & Wesson Model 629-2 Classic Magnum Revolver

serial #SWN0013, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver is one of 750 manufactured for AcuSport in 1989 and has Roy Jinks special low serial number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a faint turn ring

Lot: 1021 - Smith & Wesson Compact Model 3914 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #TDF0013, 9mm, 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol features Mr. Jinks special low factory serial number and retains about 99% plus factory blue and anodized finishes. The one-piece checkered synthetic factory grips with S&W

Lot: 1022 - Smith & Wesson Model 4506 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #DVM0013, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a very early production gun with Mr. Jinks low factory number. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent. The one-piece checkered Xenoy wrap around factory grips with curved

Lot: 1023 - Smith & Wesson Model 422 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

serial #TAP0013, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Roy Jinks factory serial number and retains about 99% original blue and anodized finishes. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The

Lot: 1024 - Smith & Wesson Model 5906 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #DVK0013, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Mr. Jinks factory number. The metal surfaces rate excellent with a few minor marks on the frontstrap. The checkered one-piece wrap around Xenoy factory grip with S&W logo

Lot: 1025 - Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial Revolver

serial #CEN0013, 38 Special, 1 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This is an early production revolver featuring Mr. Jinks low factory serial number and has several factory rework marks. An interesting aside, this is one of two guns accidently

Lot: 1026 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-3 "Lady Smith" Revolver

serial #LDY0013, 38 Special, 1 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little early production revolver has Mr. Jinks special factory number. This is one of two guns accidently shipped to AcuSport bearing Mr. Jinks special factory number and

Lot: 1027 - Smith & Wesson Model 6906 Compact Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #DVL0013, 9mm, 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has Roy Jinks special factory number. The stainless surfaces rate excellent and the frame retains about 99% plus anodized finish. The checkered one-piece black wrap around

Lot: 1028 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-5 Magna Classic 1 of 3000

serial #MAG0013, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" full barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has Roy Jinks special factory number and remains in grand condition. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue finish with a faint turn ring on the

Lot: 1029 - Amt Automag II Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #R.G.JINKS, 22 Magnum Rimfire, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was presented to Mr. Jinks by AMT and was given a special serial number to honor him. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with a few minor scratches. The

Lot: 1030 - Ruger Single Six Flat Gate Revolver

serial #581, 22 LR, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. Like many of his generation, one of the first guns purchased by Roy Jinks was the iconic Ruger Single Six. This 1954-made gun retains about 95% factory blue and anodized finishes with light

Lot: 1031 - Charter 2000 "Dixie Derringer" Mini Revolver

serial #ROY JINKS 1, 22 Magnum Rimfire, 1 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was presented to Roy Jinks by the president of Charter 2000 for his ongoing service as an ambassador to the firearms industry. The matte stainless steel surfaces

Lot: 1032 - Smith & Wesson Model 13-2 Military & Police

serial #6D86967, 357 Magnum, 3" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver retains about 90% plus factory blue with the backstrap starting to thin, light to moderate edge wear, scattered light scratches, a few light dings, turn ring on

Lot: 1033 - Smith & Wesson Model 625-3 Revolver

serial #BEN5320, 45 ACP / AR, 3" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. The glass bead stainless steel surfaces of this Model of 1989 revolver rate excellent with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth .312" combat trigger and .400"

Lot: 1034 - Smith & Wesson Model 15-4 K-38 Combat Masterpiece

serial #K235140, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely three screw revolver has factory paperwork and markings indicating it was thoroughly refurbished by the factory by replacing most of the major parts to include the frame. The

Lot: 1035 - Smith & Wesson Model 296 Air Lite TI Centennial

serial #CDK7385, 44 Special, 2 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. Built on the L-frame, this feather light revolver retains about 99% factory anodized finish and the titanium surfaces rate excellent with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth

Lot: 1036 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-5 Classic Hunter Revolver

serial #BEZ7533, 44 Magnum, 5 3/4" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely Classic Hunter was used a demonstration gun, most notably at the N.R.A. super clinic in 1993. They were equipped with a 6" barrel although actual measurement of

Lot: 1037 - Smith & Wesson Model 14-3 K-38 Target Masterpiece

serial #5K82234, 38 Special, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. Mr. Jinks describes this gun as one of his shooters and was originally sold to the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. The metal surfaces retain about 95% factory blue with most of the

Lot: 1038 - Smith & Wesson Model 631 Lady Smith Revolver

serial #BEY5327, 32 H&R Magnum, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of this scarce revolver rate excellent with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The service hammer and smooth combat trigger retain full hard chrome

Lot: 1039 - Smith & Wesson Model 3 Wells Fargo Edition

serial #WFE0076, 45 S&W (Schofield), 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely Heritage Series revolver retain about 99% factory blue with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The hammer, trigger, trigger guard, barrel

Lot: 1040 - Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 945

serial #LEW0417, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The polished and matte stainless steel surfaces of this fine competition pistol rate excellent. The checkered wood laminate factory grips rate excellent. This single action only pistol

Lot: 1041 - Smith & Wesson M&P 40 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #MPV3838, 40 S&W, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol was sent to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for test & evaluation. The metal surfaces retain about 99% black Melonite finish with a few very

Lot: 1042 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #BCA4411, 357 Magnum, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This is one of Roy Jinks "shooters" and was made for him to shoot in the Masters Shooting Championship. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a few minor handling marks and a

Lot: 1043 - Smith & Wesson Model 442-2 Centennial 150th

serial #CFJ1631, 38 Special, 1 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This Centennial was made by Smith & Wesson to celebrate 150 years of building fine firearms and retains about 99% plus factory blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on

Lot: 1044 - Smith & Wesson Sigma Model SW380 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #RAA0374, 380 ACP, 3" barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was shipped to Mr. Jinks for testing in April of 1995. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory black finish and the polymer frame rates excellent. The pistol includes an

Lot: 1045 - Smith & Wesson Model 41 25 Years of Service

serial #UAK0093, 22 LR, 7" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This fine gun was awarded to Mr. Roy Jinks by Smith & Wesson for 25 years of service to the company. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue. The checkered walnut

Lot: 1046 - Smith & Wesson Model 647 Revolver

serial #CFZ3741, 17 HMR, 8 3/8" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a few minor handling marks and a very light turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The .400" smooth semi-target trigger and .500"

Lot: 1047 - Smith & Wesson Model 4046 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #TFN6708, 40 S&W, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The glass bead stainless steel surfaces rate excellent. The checkered Xenoy wrap around factory grips also rate excellent. The pistol features double action only, bobbed hammer,

Lot: 1048 - Smith & Wesson Model 2214 Sportsman 15 Years of

serial #TVA5132, 22 LR, 3" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol was presented to Mr. Jinks for 15 years of service to the company. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue and anodized finishes. The checkered black synthetic factory

Lot: 1049 - Smith & Wesson Model 632 Centennial Airweight

serial #BKB1168, 32 H&R Magnum, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The 632 was only offered for one year and was built on a stainless steel alloy frame. This J-frame revolver features a fully concealed hammer and factory rubber finger groove

Lot: 1050 - Wilson Combat Professional Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #WCT13964, 45 ACP, 4" flared cone match bushing-less barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces rate like new and feature Wilson's black Armor-Tuff protective finish. The pistol features a set of Wilson Diamondwood checkered wood grips,

Lot: 1051 - Wilson Combat CQB Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #WGOO9117, 45 ACP, 5" match grade stainless steel barrel and bushing with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces rate like new and are finished in Wilson's Armor-Tuff protective finish, the slide black and the frame green. The pistol

Lot: 1052 - Colt Python Double Action Revolver

serial #E66301, .357 Mag caliber, 4" barrel with a bright minty bore. This revolver features a finely tuned action which, according to the consignor, was performed by a Colt employee at the factory. The revolver retains 99% restored Colt blue finish,

Lot: 1053 - Colt Second Generation Single Action Army Revolver

serial #26593SA, 38 Special, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The frame retains nearly all of its original case colors with some scattered tiny specks of light oxidation and some further light oxidation on the loading gate. The blued

Lot: 1054 - Colt Diamondback Double Action Revolver

serial #P18205, 22 LR, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a light turn line on cylinder, some light silvering on cylinder and a couple small spots of light oxidation on the right side of barrel and

Lot: 1055 - Hammerli Model 208 International Semi-Auto Target

serial #G37503, 22 LR, 6" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1981 proof-dated and importer-marked pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light high edge wear and handling marks. The stippled two-piece finger rest contoured target grips

Lot: 1056 - Hammerli Model 215 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

serial #G63307, 22 LR, 6" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1982 proof-dated and importer-marked pistol retains about 99% factory blue with minor high edge wear and handling marks. The stippled finger rest walnut factory grips with palmrest

Lot: 1057 - Walther Model OSP Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #19325, 22 Short, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 97% factory blue with very light high edge wear, scattered oxidation stains and handling marks. The stippled finger rest hardwood grips with adjustable palm rest

Lot: 1058 - Walther Model GSP Semi-Auto Target Pistol

serial #85144, 22 LR, 4 1/2' barrel with an excellent bore. This 1981 proof-dated and importer-marked pistol retains about 99% factory blue with minor handling marks. The stippled finger rest walnut grips with adjustable palm rest rate excellent with

Lot: 1059 - Weatherby Mark V Custom Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H142260, 300 Wby. Mag, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with some minor scratches and handling marks. The floorplate is engraved in a light foliate scroll and is marked

Lot: 1060 - Browning Model 71 High Grade Lever Action Carbine

serial #00075PR6C7, .348 Win., 20" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with only minor handling marks. The gray receiver has foliate scroll with gold inlaid game scenes and a gold-plated

Lot: 1061 - Browning Model 1895 High Grade Lever Action Rifle

serial #00795PV657, 30-40 Krag, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel retains about 99% original blue finish. The factory engraved coin-finished receiver and lever remain bright. The receiver is marked "ONE OF ONE THOUSAND" and

Lot: 1062 - Browning Auto-5 Classic Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #211BC0914, 12 ga, 28" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 99% original blue finish. The FN Herstal engraved silver gray-finished receiver and gold plated trigger remain bright. The receiver is marked

Lot: 1063 - Anschutz Modell Match 54 Single Shot Bolt Action

serial #124147, 22 LR, 26" heavy barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% thinning blue with minor pitting and oxidation staining. The hardwood stock features a fully stippled pistolgrip and forend and rates

Lot: 1064 - Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #106983, 22 S,L,LR, 24" round barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel retains about 99% original blue which is toning nicely to plum. The receiver has a few minor scratches on the right side and perhaps a hint of silvering on the

Lot: 1065 - Zanardini Princess Model Over Under Combination

serial #19940, 12 ga. x 222 Remington, 23 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain 98-99% original blue showing only some very light muzzle wear and a handful of very light handling marks here and

Lot: 1066 - Weatherby Mark V Lasermark Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H143135, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks along the barrel. The laser-etched walnut Monte Carlo sock rates excellent and features a

Lot: 1067 - Weatherby Custom Mark V Lazermark Bolt Action

serial #SB025296, 460 WBY Mag, 28" Accubrake equipped barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces on this custom rifle retain 99% original high luster finish. The floorplate has "WEATHERBY CUSTOM" riband scroll engraving. The claro walnut

Lot: 1068 - Remington Model 700 KS Mountain Rifle

serial #E6362435, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The carbon steel metal surfaces on this custom shop rifle retain 98% original matte black finish with only a tiny ding in the right side of the barrel and a small storage rub here and

Lot: 1069 - Remington Model Seven Custom MS Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7689016, 308 Win, 20" custom shop fitted barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original deep blue, loss due to light scratches and edge wear along the floorplate. The checkered pressure laminated hardwood

Lot: 1070 - Heckler & Koch P7 M13 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #17-82458, 9mm, 4 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1989 proof-dated Sterling, Virginia pistol retains about 99% factory electroless nickel plate with a few minor handling marks. The checkered and stippled walnut factory grips with

Lot: 1071 - Colt National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #34387-NM, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1969-made pistol retains about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, a few scratches and a handling marks. The double diamond checkered hardwood replacement factory grips with

Lot: 1072 - Colt Gold Cup National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #70N92180, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This series 70 pistol retains about 98% original blue with limited and faint high edge wear, handling marks and a few scratches. The double diamond checkered hardwood replacement factory

Lot: 1073 - Smith & Wesson Model 53 Centerfire Magnum Revolver

serial #K446470, 22 Remington Jet, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1961-made four-screw revolver retain about 97% original blue with light high edge wear, multiple fine scratches and a turn ring on the recessed cylinder.

Lot: 1074 - Colt Detective Special Revolver

serial #663221, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1955-made revolver retains about 99% original blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder and the finish on the frame is starting to tone to plum. The checkered walnut factory

Lot: 1075 - Heckler & Koch MK 23 Special Operations Semi-Auto

serial #23-018705, 45 ACP, 5 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This 2016-proofed pistol is in superb condition with about 99% plus black finish on the metal surfaces and the polymer frame rates excellent. This is a very large pistol and features

Lot: 1076 - Browning High-Power Safari Bolt Action Rifle

serial #64932L73, 7mm Rem Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue that is toning to brown and has a few light handling marks throughout. The bottom metal engraving retains most of its original gold

Lot: 1077 - Weatherby Mark V Accumark Bolt Action Rifle

serial #PB011844, 257 Wby Mag, 26" stainless fluted barrel with a bright, excellent bore that appears to be unfired. The metal surfaces rate excellent, the receiver and barrel flutes retain 99% plus original matte blue finish. The fiberglass

Lot: 1078 - Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #30419, 300 Wby Mag, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this German made early production Weatherby retain about 90% original blue that has areas of minor wear along the barrel, action and bottom metal and light

Lot: 1079 - Winchester Model 1886 High Grade Lever Action

serial #ESH0187, 45-70 Govt., 26" octagon barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces on this Miroku-manufactured rife retain 99% original high polished blue. The receiver is decorated with gold-line engraved animal game scene vignettes with

Lot: 1080 - Marlin Model 1895 Century Limited Lever Action

serial #18950368, 45-70 Govt., 24" half round half octagon barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with an equally lovely satin finish on the receiver and lever. The receiver has been beautifully engraved by

Lot: 1081 - Winchester Model 94 Limited Centennial High Grade

serial #CNL0567, 30 WCF, 26" half round half octagon barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original satin blue finish. The right barrel flat is marked "1894-1994" and the receiver features lovely No. 6 style gold line rolled

Lot: 1082 - Ruger M77 RSA African Bolt Action Rifle

serial #73-23789, 458 Win Mag, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original polished blue with some light fading around the rear sight and receiver and a very minor spot of oxidation staining on floorplate. The

Lot: 1083 - Browning Citori 625 Field Over Under Shotgun

serial #32237NT863, 20ga., 28" ventilated rib, Invector Plus choked barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% original blue finish and the silver nitride finished receiver has laser engraved upland bird scenes with foliate borders.

Lot: 1084 - Standard Manufacturing Company DP-12 Slide-Action

serial #DP18385, 18 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this as-new-in-the-box bullpup configured double barrel shotgun retain all of their original finish. The factory stickers remain in place and the polymer stock rates

Lot: 1085 - Engraved Smith & Wesson Model 37 Chiefs Special

serial #J829590, 38 Special, 1 7/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little Chiefs Special is Class C factory engraved with loose scroll covering 25% of the surfaces. There is about 99% plus original blue and anodized finishes with

Lot: 1086 - Engraved Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chiefs Special

serial #J430417, 38 Special, 1 7/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gorgeous little Chiefs Special was returned to the factory for Class B engraving and refinish. The loose scroll engraving with punch-dot shading covers 50% of the metal

Lot: 1087 - Remington Model 3200 Competition Skeet Shotgun Two

serial #OU.45830, 12 ga., high rib ventilated barrels with bright excellent bores choked modified and improved. The barrels retain 98% original blue finish with a few light spots of freckling scattered along their length and are marked Special Trap

Lot: 1088 - Smith & Wesson 357 Registered Magnum Double Action

serial #45758 (Reg. No. 16), .357 Magnum, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, cylinder and crane retain about 97% original blue, the loss due to some muzzle wear, a light rotational ring and some scattered light scratches. The frame

Lot: 1089 - Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action

serial #1631977, 12 ga, 30" ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel and magazine tube retain perhaps 90-92% original thinning blue, the loss due to overall thinning, operational wear, handling marks and areas

Lot: 1090 - Anschutz-Modell Match 54 Single Shot Bolt Action

serial #52305, 22 LR, 26" heavy barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original thinning blue and the receiver is toning to plum. The checkered walnut deeply recessed pistolgrip stock rates good to near very

Lot: 1091 - Engraved Smith & Wesson Model 60 Chiefs Special

serial #R52721, 38 Special, 1 7/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gun has been beautifully engraved by an unidentified artisan with tight scroll motif shaded by tightly spaced punch-dots that appear more half-moon than whole. The

Lot: 1092 - Colt Camp Perry Model Pistol

serial #834, 22 LR, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1927-made pistol retains about 97% factory and reapplied blue with light wear on the knuckle, high edge wear and scratches. The sideplate has been non-factory refinished with the Rampant

Lot: 1093 - Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver

serial #S57327A, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This gun appears unused with about 97% combined finishes remaining. The barrel, cylinder and grip frame have deep lustrous blue with no marks but the case-hardened color finish on the

Lot: 1094 - Colt Second Generation Frontier Six Shooter

serial #SA66838, 44-40 W.C.F., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this blackpowder frame revolver retain about 98% factory nickel plate with a faint turn ring on the cylinder starting to form, a few stray handling marks and

Lot: 1095 - Walther PP Semi-Auto Pistol with Factory Engraving

serial #22627A, 380 ACP, 3 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful 1967 proof-dated PP is factory engraved with 100% coverage. German-style oak leaf engraving with punch-dot shading covers the surfaces highlighted by cross hatch, wavy line

Lot: 1096 - Colt 1911A1 50th Anniversary of The Battle of The

serial #BB058, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This MK IV series 80 pistol has been embellished with engravings commemorating the Battle of the Bulge. Only 300 were produced. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory applied silver

Lot: 1097 - Colt General Meade Pennsylvania Campaign

serial #0142MC, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1966-made commemorative revolver retain about 99% factory blue and gold plate with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth faux ivory grips with gold Colt

Lot: 1098 - Smith & Wesson 1955 .45 Target Model Hand Ejector

serial #S166111, 45 ACP / AR, 6 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This five-screw revolver features a unique "W" shaped combination main and rebound spring. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the

Lot: 1099 - Colt Single Action Army Revolver

serial #273274, 38-40 W.C.F., 4 3/4" barrel with a frosted bore. All the metal surfaces of this 1906-made revolver are brown with pewter overtones along with minor pitting, stains from oxidation and handling marks. The checkered hard rubber grips

Lot: 1100 - Smith & Wesson Elite Gold Grade I Boxlock Double

serial #UCA0615, 20 ga., 26" barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent, bright bores. The barrels retain 99% plus original blue that is toning to a plum brown under light. The triggerguard, lever and safety are a rich polished blue

Lot: 1101 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Semi-Auto Rifle by

serial #XP0046H, 30-06, 22 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this one-of-a-kind rifle retain 99% original finish, there is some light flaking along the edges of the anodized triggerguard and some very light handling marks to

Lot: 1102 - Unique Smith & Wesson Model 1700LS Prototype Bolt

serial #LS02755, 308/7.62 NATO, 24" Hart stainless heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel has a matte bead blast finish that rates excellent, while the receiver and remaining metal surfaces are a mix of gloss and matte blue with nearly all

Lot: 1103 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1700LS Bolt

serial #XP0085H, 270 WCF, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue that is toning to a pleasing plum evident under light. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent with a few light handling marks. The

Lot: 1104 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1700LS Bolt

serial #XP0086H, 270 WCF, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue that is toning to a pleasing plum evident under light. The barrel has a few very light marks, the bottom metal and base of the detachable

Lot: 1105 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1700LS Bolt

serial #XP0088H, 243 Win, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue that is toning to a pleasing plum evident under light. There are some light wear marks along the barrel and the base of the detachable

Lot: 1106 - Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model PC15-1

serial #PC11164, 5.56mm NATO, 20" matte stainless barrel heavy barrel with a 1:8" rate of twist and an excellent bore. The barrel rates excellent with only a few light handling marks. The remaining metal surfaces retain about 99% original anodized

Lot: 1107 - Smith & Wesson Model M&P-15FT Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SW65543, 5.56mm NATO, 16" barrel with 1:9" rate of twist and an excellent bore. The metal surface retain about 99% original parkerized and anodized finish with a few light handling marks scattered about. Carbine is equipped with a modular

Lot: 1108 - Smith & Wesson M&P-15I Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SM54800, 223 Rem, 17" barrel with a 1:9" rate of twist and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original parkerized and anodized finish with just a few very light handling marks along the barrel. Carbine is equipped with the

Lot: 1109 - Consecutive Early Production Smith & Wesson Model

serial #LS00001, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent likely unfired bore. The metal surfaces are toning to a pleasing plum visible under light with 99% overall remaining. There are just a few very light handling marks and tiny specks of super

Lot: 1110 - Consecutive Early Production Smith & Wesson Model

serial #LS00002, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore that appears to be unfired. The metal surfaces are toning to a pleasing plum visible under light with 99% overall remaining. There are just a few very light handling marks and tiny

Lot: 1111 - Smith & Wesson Model E Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #359505, 308 Win, 20 3/4" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks throughout. The full-length Mannlicher style checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates

Lot: 1112 - Smith & Wesson Model A Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #328759, 308 Win, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue that has a few very light handling marks and some tiny light specks of surface oxidation throughout. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo

Lot: 1113 - Smith & Wesson Model A Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #363050, 22-250, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks and some light specks of fine surface oxidation throughout. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stuck rates

Lot: 1114 - Smith & Wesson Model B Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #365267, 243 Win, 20 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some light handling wear and a few specks of light surface oxidation noted. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo rates near excellent

Lot: 1115 - Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Deluxe Varmint Bolt

serial #PN73519, 308 Win, 24" heavy barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original parkerized finish with some light handling marks scattered about. The oil-finished checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates

Lot: 1116 - Rare Early Prototype Smith & Wesson Model 125 Bolt

serial #0012, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. Barreled action only. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue with some light handling marks throughout. The included checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates excellent with a

Lot: 1117 - Smith & Wesson I-Bolt Bolt Action Rifle

serial #IBR3630, 270 Win, 23" "T/C"-marked barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus original matte blue finish with little signs of visible wear. The checkered black synthetic stock rates excellent and features a S&W logo

Lot: 1118 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1000T Semi-Auto

serial #XP0062H, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrel with dual bead sights and choked modified with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks noted on the receiver. The receiver has lightly

Lot: 1119 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1000S Semi-Auto

serial #XP0060H, 20 ga., 25" compensated barrel with wide ventilated rib, dual bead sights and choked skeet with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue with a few light handling marks and some light specked surface

Lot: 1120 - Experimental Smith & Wesson Model 1000P Slide

serial #XP0051H, 12 ga., 18" barrel choked skeet with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces are a factory semi-polished blue that is mingling with a few light handling marks and some light brown specks of surface oxidation and patina and with about

Lot: 1121 - Early Production Smith & Wesson Model 3000 Slide

serial #JRF005, 20 ga., 25" barrel with a wide ventilated rib, dual bead sight and choked skeet with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original polished blue with a few light handling marks and some tiny specks of light surface

Lot: 1122 - Smith & Wesson Model 1000T Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #FC57351, 12 ga., 30" barrel with a raised rib, dual bead sights, screw-in choke and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with only a few light handling marks noted. The checkered select grade walnut stocks rate

Lot: 1123 - Custom Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #BFT1030, 338 Win Mag, 25" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. This is a barreled action only that is in the early stages of fitting and finish with about 60% commercial matte blue finish remaining. Various areas have been polished and

Lot: 1124 - Heckler & Koch Model HK94 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #11628, 9mm, 16 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original factory enamel finish and the black synthetic fixed stock, pistolgrip and forearm rate excellent with only minor handling marks. This

Lot: 1125 - Heckler & Koch Model HK93 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #A123325, 223 Rem, 16 1/2" fluted barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original factory enamel finish and the black synthetic fixed stock, pistolgrip and forearm rate excellent with only minor handling

Lot: 1126 - Pre-Ban FN Model 50 63 Paratrooper FAL Semi-Auto

serial #S1595886, 7.62 NATO, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Howco and Gun South-marked rifle retain 99% original black enamel with a couple tiny flakes on the left side of receiver and a spot of silvering on the right

Lot: 1127 - Pre-Ban FN Model 50 63 Paratrooper FAL Semi-Auto

serial #S1595918, 7.62 NATO, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Howco and Gun South-marked rifle retain 97% original black enamel with a patch of flaking behind ejection port and a few smaller spots of flaking on the

Lot: 1128 - Pre-Ban Steyr Aug Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #902SA098, 5.56 NATO, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel and upper assembly retain 98% of their original black enamel finish with a couple small flaking spots. The green synthetic stock rates excellent with a few light handling

Lot: 1129 - Pre-Ban Steyr Aug Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #903SA807, 5.56 NATO, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel and upper assembly retain 97% original black enamel with a few spots of flaking. The green synthetic stock rates near excellent with some staining on trigger, some light

Lot: 1130 - Pre-Ban HK91 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #A053499, 7.62 NATO, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93-95% original black enamel with scattered handling marks and small spots of flaking. The black synthetic furniture rates very good plus with some dirt staining

Lot: 1131 - Pre-Ban HK91 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #A053500, 7.62 NATO, 18" barrel with a near excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93% original black enamel with scattered light flaking. The synthetic stock, pistolgrip and handguard rate near excellent with some scuffing around butt, a

Lot: 1132 - FNH PS90 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #FN103166, 5.7x28mm, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this bullpup retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. The black synthetic stock remains unblemished as well.

Lot: 1133 - Polytech AK-47/S Legend National Match Semi-Auto

serial #NM47-0857, 7.62x39, 21" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this KFS-imported rifle retain 98% original blue with a couple light freckling specks on barrel and a couple tiny specks of very light pitting on the topcover. The

Lot: 1134 - Auto Ordnance Model 1927A1 Deluxe Semi-Auto

serial #26863, 45 ACP, 16 1/2" finned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue the loss due to very light high edge wear along the ears and a few fine specks of oxidation staining on the of receiver and on the bottom

Lot: 1135 - Springfield Armory Inc. M1A Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #009662, 7.62 NATO, 22" barrel with a very good bore that shows some frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 98% original parkerized finish. The M14 GI stock rates very good plus with a crisp circled "P" firing proof on pistolgrip,

Lot: 1136 - Springfield Armory Inc. M1A Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #010791, 7.62 NATO, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% of the original parkerized finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with a few light dings and handling marks. The underside of the barrel is marked

Lot: 1137 - Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

serial #401256, 32 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with an about very good bore that shows a few circular areas of pitting and some frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 80% original blue with some small spots of light pitting on receiver,

Lot: 1138 - Browning 1919A4 Semi-Auto Rifle by Ohio Rapid Fire

serial #1764, 7.62 NATO, 24" barrel with a very good bore that shows a couple spots of oxidation in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 98% of an arsenal grade parkerized finish with some dings on the muzzle and some scattered silvering. The

Lot: 1139 - Rogers & Spencer Army Model Cartridge Conversion

serial #5236, 44 RF, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, a ring of light pitting toward the muzzle and some further scattered light oxidation and frosting. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a mix of gray,

Lot: 1140 - Massachusetts Arms Co. Adams Patent Navy Model

serial #786, .36 cal, 6" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling, a small ring of pinprick pitting and some scattered light oxidation. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain remnants of an older reapplied blue

Lot: 1141 - Whitney Navy Second Model 5th Type Percussion

serial #27500, .36 cal, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and some light scattered oxidation and pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain remnants of old reapplied blue that has mostly toned to a dull dark gray

Lot: 1142 - E.A. Prescott Single Action Navy Revolver

serial #61, 38 RF, 7 1/8" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling and some light scattered oxidation and pinprick pitting. The metal surfaces of the barrel and cylinder have been lightly cleaned to smooth gray with some

Lot: 1143 - Smith & Wesson Model 36-10 Chiefs Special "Texas

serial #TEX0001, 38 Special, 1 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely commemorative appears unused and was one of the first guns produced in the series. It has about 50% coverage with wedges of factory scroll engraving between the flutes of

Lot: 1144 - U.S. Model 1917 Revolver by Smith & Wesson

serial #7854, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/2" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This is a first-year production revolver with strong condition and nice accessories. This December 1917-made revolver retains about 80% plus factory blue with moderate edge wear,

Lot: 1145 - Heckler & Koch P9S Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #136089, 9mm, 4 1/16" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 97% factory black finish with scattered light freckling on the slide and the polymer frame rates excellent. The checkered thumb rest one-piece wrap-around synthetic

Lot: 1146 - Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

serial #7494, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1933-made gun retains about 90% plus original blue with most of the loss to the backstrap along with additional wear to the toe of the frontstrap, high edge wear, freckling and scattered

Lot: 1147 - Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman Hand Ejector

serial #S146197, 38/44 S&W Special / 38 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pre-model 23 revolver retain about 95% factory blue with light thinning on the backstrap, high edge wear, scattered scratches and a

Lot: 1148 - Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

serial #656241, 38 Special, 6" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1941-made revolver remains in great condition with about 98% factory blue and the metal surfaces exhibit a very light turn ring, a few scratches, minor freckling and mild edge

Lot: 1149 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto

serial #408696, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little 1940-made pistol retains about 98% factory blue finish with minor edge wear and a tiny stray spot of oxidized pin prick pitting on the slide near the muzzle. The grip

Lot: 1150 - Winchester Model 1873 Third Model Lever Action

serial #637945B, 32 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with a fair bore showing moderate pitting and oxidation. The barrel and full length magazine tube retain about 70-75% thinning blue, the loss due to an even thinning and toning to plum, with silvering on

Lot: 1151 - Beretta Model 410E Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #93203, 12 ga, 27 1/2" barrels choked full and tight full with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain about 95% original blue with minor areas of pinprick pitting and handling marks. The coin-finished frame is neatly engraved with

Lot: 1152 - Beretta Model 424 Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #47972, 12 ga, 28" barrels choked full and tight full with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain perhaps 95% original blue with thinning and a few scratches above the chambers. The coin-finished frame has light border engraving. The

Lot: 1153 - Stevens Model 5000 Double Shotgun

serial #C13657, .410 bore, 26" barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 92% original thinning blue most notably at the muzzle end with areas of pinprick pitting and oxidation staining throughout. The boxlock frame retains perhaps

Lot: 1154 - Antonio Zoli Combination Gun

serial #31156, 12 ga. x 7x57R, 24" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 95% original blue, the loss is due primarily to light even fading, some muzzle wear and the expected light handling marks

Lot: 1155 - Interarms Mark X Whitworth Express Bolt Action

serial #B101078, 375 H&H Mag., 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 98% original blue. The English-style full length checkered walnut capped pistolgrip stock with raised shadowline cheekpiece rates excellent

Lot: 1156 - Marlin Model 1893 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #A5163, 30-30 Win, 20" barrel with a good plus to near very good bore which shows slightly softened rifling with light frosting its full-length. The Special Smokeless Steel barrel and magazine tube have toned primarily to a dull dark gray

Lot: 1157 - Rare U.S. Small Arms Company Huntsman Model Knife

.22 RF, 1 1/8" barrel with a very good bore. The metal surfaces on this very rare little combination knife-pistol are primarily a pewter gray patina with scattered light oxidation and light pitting remnants along its left scale, the right scale

Lot: 1158 - Ka-Bar Grizzly Switchblade Knife by Union Cutlery

Manufactured by Union Cutlery using the Ka-Bar trademark from the late 20's -WWII, this No. 2179 large Grizzly measures 5 1/2" with a 4 1/8" carbon steel clip point blade and operates using a push-button exposed spring. The blade is toning to pale

Lot: 1159 - Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Winder Musket

serial #115040, 22 RF, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue that is toning to brown and blending with some areas of light oxidation and staining. The lever retains about 50% of the original case

Lot: 1160 - Weatherby Mark II Bolt Action Rifle

serial #AS001290, 17 HMR, 23" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks on the barrel. The gold "W" on the triggerguard retains all of its original gold fill. The checkered walnut

Lot: 1161 - Weatherby Mark II Bolt Action Rifle

serial #AS001974, 22 LR, 23" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original blue with no signs of visible wear. The gold "W" on the triggerguard retains all of its original gold fill. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo

Lot: 1162 - Weatherby Mark V Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H272517, 300 WBY MAG, 26" barrel with muzzle brake and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with a few light handling marks along the barrel. The black checkered synthetic stock rates excellent and has a few

Lot: 1163 - Sako Vixen Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #178896, 17 Rem, 23 3/4" barrel with a like new bore. The polished blued metal surfaces retain 99% plus original finish with no visible signs of wear. The silver line etched engraving along the floorplate and triggerguard are 100% intact and

Lot: 1164 - Kimber Classic Model 8400 Bolt Action Rifle

serial # KW01315, 300 WSM, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The overall satin finished metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original factory matte blue. The satin-finished American walnut stock is classic style, panel-checkered and fitted with a

Lot: 1165 - Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Bolt Action Rifle

serial #G16733, 300 Win Mag, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent, likely unfired bore. The metal surfaces are at 99% plus with no visible wear noted. The bolt body is numbered to the receiver and remains bright and is machine polished with a jeweled

Lot: 1166 - Winchester Model 70 Custom Shop Super Grade Rifle

serial #G1316, 338 Win Mag, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent, likely unfired bore. The metal surfaces are at 99% plus high lustre blue with no visible wear noted. The bolt body is stamp numbered to the receiver and remains bright and is machine

Lot: 1167 - Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

serial #00335ZY71A, 348 Win, 24" with an as-new condition bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some light wear noted on the loading gate. The smooth walnut forend and pistolgrip buttstock rate excellent and have a nice satin

Lot: 1168 - Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun

serial #4994, 410 Bore, 26" barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The barrel is fitted with a single brass bead sight. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue which is moderately flaking to brown and has a few light scratches and

Lot: 1169 - Remington 700 LTR Police Bolt Action Carbine

serial #RR26448C, 308 Win, 20" fluted, heavy barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The matte parkerized metal surfaces rate excellent with about 99% original finish remaining. There are a few light handling marks along the barrel. The black,

Lot: 1170 - Winchester Pre '64 Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #57401, .30 Gov't '06, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-92% original thinning blue, the loss due to an overall thinning, minor handling marks, areas of varnish on the barrel and light

Lot: 1171 - Perry Breechloading Sporting Rifle

serial #38 (barrel only), 54 cal., 26" round barrel with an about very good bore having scattered oxidation and pitting still showing good rifling. This is a sporting rifle equipped with a military style forend secured by a barrel band, a brass blade

Lot: 1172 - Early U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine by

Description Update (11/1/17): This lot has been withdrawn. serial #18495, 45-70 Govt, 22" barrel with a bright very good plus bore showing strong evident rifling with scattered frosting and fine pitting. Falling just outside the first run of Custer

Lot: 1173 - Sharps & Hankins 1862 Calvary Carbine

serial #5272, 52 RF, 19" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered pitting and oxidation but has generally sharp rifling. The metal surfaces have been cleaned bright some time ago showing light brush marks, remnants of very fine pitting and

Lot: 1174 - Pair of Flintlock Center-Hammer Screw Barrel Coat

.44 cal., 1 5/8" rifled barrels with very good but lightly oxidized and pitted bores. This handsome pair of little pistols are made by Joseph Bunney of London and feature cannon and draped flag engravings on the right side of the frame with foliate

Lot: 1175 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #93067, ,44 cal., 8" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The steel backstrap of this 1863-made revolver is engraved "A. B. Davis Madison Co. Mont". No significant information was found on Mr. Davis.

Lot: 1176 - Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #11128, 32 C.F. Short, 12"-part round part octagon barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting light but partial frosting. This lovely second issue rifle includes the correct shoulder stock. The metal

Lot: 1177 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #93-01814, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this scarce revolver retain about 99% factory blue to include the spare magnum cylinder. There are a few light

Lot: 1178 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #93-01552, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The convertible Bearcats were only made for two years and are a nice find for any Ruger collector. The metal surfaces retain about 99%

Lot: 1179 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #93-00860, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. Ruger manufactured the convertible Bearcats from 1993 to 1994 and later recalled the magnum cylinder making whole sets hard to find,

Lot: 1180 - Benelli Super Black Eagle II Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #U263437, 12 ga, 26" ventilated rib Crio Barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original finish with only minor handling marks on the barrel and a few scratches on the receiver. The black synthetic ComforTech

Lot: 1181 - Thompson Model 1922 Semi-Auto Rifle by Standard

serial #CTT708, 22 LR, 16 1/2" finned barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this "Tommy" gun retain 100% original finish. The smooth walnut stock, pistolgrip and forend pistolgrip rate excellent. Included with

Lot: 1182 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #248358-C, 45 ACP, 5" unmarked aftermarket replacement barrel with an excellent bore. This 1951-made pistol retains about 90% factory blue with the grip frame toning to brown, high edge wear, scratches, a few stray oxidation blemishes and

Lot: 1183 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #70L29054, 9mm, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lightly customized series 70 pistol retain about 99% original blue with limited high edge wear and a few scattered scratches. The checkered walnut factory grips with

Lot: 1184 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-2 Revolver

serial #N683508, 44 Magnum, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This late 1970's revolver retains about 99% factory blue with minor edge wear and a turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The .500" target hammer and trigger retain bold

Lot: 1185 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto

serial #86674, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This early production 1913-made pistol retains about 98% original blue with some lightly cleaned oxidized pinprick pits on the left side of the grip frame and a few scratches. The trigger,

Lot: 1186 - Magnum Research Inc. Mark VII Desert Eagle

serial #80852, 357 Magnum, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original black finish with a few scattered light scratches and limited edge wear. The pebble grain synthetic one-piece factory grips with I.M.I. logo

Lot: 1187 - Burnside 5th Model Civil War Carbine

serial #31464, .54 cal., 21" barrel with a good bore showing moderate oxidation but still good rifling remaining. The metal surfaces are an overall soft gray and brown patina with a few sparse tiny scratches and impact marks, the case-hardened frame

Lot: 1188 - Merrill First Type Civil War Carbine

serial #6289, .54 cal., 22 1/8" barrel with a good bore showing overall oxidation and pitting still with evident rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall pale brown with some scattered light oxidation and concentrations of fine pinprick pitting

Lot: 1189 - Spencer Civil War Carbine

serial #26607, 52 RF, 22" six-groove barrel with an about very good bore that shows overall oxidation and pinprick pitting but still good rifling. The barrel is dark brown overall with a couple tiny impact marks and light silvering from muzzle wear.

Lot: 1190 - Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Civil War Carbine

serial #C,1878, .52 cal., 22" barrel with a good bore still showing rifling with oxidation and pitting the entire length. The metal surfaces are an overall smoky gray and brown patina with a few tiny impact marks and fine oxidation staining, the

Lot: 1191 - Gwyn & Campbell Civil War Percussion Carbine

#359, .52 cal., 20" part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore still showing good rifling. This is a Type I carbine with long serpentine hammer and lever. The metal surfaces are overall oxidized pale gray patina with scattered

Lot: 1192 - Merrill First Type Civil War Carbine

serial #4916, .54 cal., 22 1/8" barrel with a good bore showing overall fine oxidation and pitting but still sharp rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall pale brown and gray with scattered fine oxidation and pinprick pitting, with more modest

Lot: 1193 - Gallager Standard Model Civil War Carbine

serial #16230, .50 cal., 22 1/4" barrel with a very good bore showing good sharp rifling but scattered fine pitting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces are overall dark brown with light silvering along the edges, the hammer and patchbox a

Lot: 1194 - U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #207851, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with an oxidized bore still showing good rifling towards the breech. The barrel, frame and lock retain about 80% original blue toning to brown with scattered fine oxidation, the hammer is more of a mottled

Lot: 1195 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #677501, 32-40, 20" round barrel with a two-thirds magazine and a very good bore that shows some scattered frosting and light pitting. The action retains about 20% original blue with the balance flaking to gray and scattered oxidation

Lot: 1196 - Rare Winchester Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle with

serial #59545, 38-72, 32" round barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout much of its length. The metal surfaces are a dull gray patina with traces of the original blue finish on the magazine, a few light dings on barrel and

Lot: 1197 - Webley & Scott W.G. Target Model Revolver

serial #17768, .450/.455 Enfield, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing some light frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 70% original blue with high edge wear, gripstraps toning to gray, scattered

Lot: 1198 - Remington Model 1861 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #10036, .44 cal, 8" octagon barrel with a bright very good bore showing some light scattered oxidation and pinprick pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver have mostly toned to smooth brownish gunmetal with small patches of pinprick

Lot: 1199 - Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #93841, 380 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling an pinprick pitting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this 1928-made pistol retain about 96% original nickel finish with some very light high edge wear,

Lot: 1200 - Sig Sauer Model 516 Semi-Auto Short Barrel Rifle

serial #20K011006, 5.56 mm. 7 1/2" barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original black anodized finish and the black synthetic six position collapsible stock and pistolgrip rate excellent. Rifle is equipped with a

Lot: 1201 - Sig Sauer Model 516 Semi-Auto Short Barrel Rifle

serial #20K011007, 5.56 mm, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original black anodized finish and the black synthetic six position collapsible stock and pistolgrip rate excellent. Rifle is equipped with a

Lot: 1202 - Sig Sauer Model 516 Semi-Auto Short Barrel Rifle

serial #20K011008, 5.56 mm, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original black anodized finish and the black synthetic six position collapsible stock and pistolgrip rate excellent. Rifle is equipped with a

Lot: 1203 - Sig Sauer Model 516 Semi-Auto Short Barrel Rifle

serial #21H005553, 5.56 mm, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original black anodized finish and the black synthetic six position collapsible stock and pistolgrip rate excellent. Rifle is as-new dealer stock and

Lot: 1204 - Ruger MK III Suppressed Pistol by AWC Systems

serial #270-63280, (suppressor #100338), 22 LR, 3 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore for an overall length with the Amphibian S suppressor of 9". The metal surfaces retain 99% AWC Systems matte blue finish and the factory red phoenix grips rate

Lot: 1205 - Remington Model 870 MCS Slide Action Short

serial #LM009640, 12 ga., 3-in-1 barrel Modular Combat Shotgun. This multipurpose law enforcement shotgun system features 10", 14" and 18" barrels in different configurations all with bright excellent bores and the patented Rem Loc quick-change grip

Lot: 1206 - Remington Model 870 LM Short Barrel Shotgun (Any

serial #LM006065, 12 ga., 10" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This Remington Breecher is the host gun for the Remington military and police MCS (Modular Combat Shotgun). The metal surfaces retain 98% original parkerized finish with minor specks

Lot: 1207 - Serbu Model Super Shorty Short Barrel Shotgun (Any

serial #MV50499H, 12 ga., 6 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. Made from a Mossberg Maverick 88 frame and a shortened barrel. The barrel, magazine tube and checkered spring-locked folding foregrip retain 98% applied gray phosphate finish with

Lot: 1208 - Military Armament Coro M10 Suppressor

serial #S1-2000896, 45 ACP, 11 3/8" overall length. Manufactured by Military Armament Corp. of Powder Springs, GA the external surfaces of this two stage suppressor retain 95-98% original blue with only light markings from years of storage. Included

Lot: 1209 - Tl Guns & Mfg CDH Suppressor

serial #99-33, .223, 6 1/8" overall length. Manufactured by Ty Meligan of Cottage Grove, OR. The external surfaces retain 98% plus original blue with light silvering along the edges. An excellent 223 suppressor which would look almost new with a good

Lot: 1210 - Sig Sauer P556 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #TP002908, 5.56 NATO, 10" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original factory finish with light handling and edge wear present primarily at the accessory rail. The pistol is equipped with a black Zytel

Lot: 1211 - Norinco Model 84S Semi Auto Rifle

serial #304055, 5.56mm NATO, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this CSI-imported rifle retain 98% original blue with scattered silvering and operational wear. The Asian hardwood pistolgrip and forend rate excellent retaining

Lot: 1212 - FNH Model PS90 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #FN082018, 5.7X28mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The Parkerized surfaces of the barrel and other metal parts retain about 99% factory applied finish with a few scattered light handling marks. The black polymer one-piece stock rates

Lot: 1213 - Lewis Machine & Tool LM8MRP Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #LMT57853, 223/5.56mm, 16" chrome lined barrel with a 1/7" rate of twist and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% of the original parkerized and anodized finishes with areas of light handling wear throughout. Carbine

Lot: 1214 - Sig Sauer 516 Patrol Model Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #20A002801, 5.56mm NATO, 16" barrel with a virtually new bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original parkerized and anodized finish with negligible wear. The Magpul collapsible buttstock and pistolgrip and the free floating aluminum quad-rail

Lot: 1215 - Norinco MAK-90 Sporter Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #9442927, 7.62x39mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue finish with some light overall scuffs and handling wear from honest use. The wooden thumbhole buttstock and handguard rate very good and have

Lot: 1216 - Colt Model LE6920 Law Enforcement Semi-Auto

serial #LE065361, 5.56 NATO, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this M4-style rifle retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. This Law Enforcement Model features the

Lot: 1217 - Colt Model AR6450 AR-15 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #LTA006795, 9mm, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this M4 style rifle retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. This Law Enforcement Model features the

Lot: 1218 - Colt Model AR6450 AR-15 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #LTA006870, 9mm, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this M4-style rifle retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. This Law Enforcement Model features the

Lot: 1219 - Auto Ordnance Thompson M1 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #KC7126, 45 ACP, 16 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Worcester, MA-made gun retain about 98% original finish with minor handling marks. The smooth walnut stock, pistolgrip and forend all rate excellent with

Lot: 1220 - Colt Pre-Ban SP1 AR-15 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #SP159799, 223 Rem, 20" pencil barrel with a 1:12" rate of twist and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original phosphate finish with a few light handling marks scattered about. The Zytel stocks rate excellent with a

Lot: 1221 - Daewoo Max I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #028295, 5.56 NATO, 17 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Stoeger-imported rifle retain 99% original parkerized finish. The black synthetic pistolgrip and handguard rate excellent with a few light handling marks. A

Lot: 1222 - Action Arms Model A Uzi Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SA31484, 9mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Israeli-produced Uzi clone retain 98% original phosphate and enamel with some minor flaking spots on receiver and a few light silvering spots on barrel. The black

Lot: 1223 - Colt 1860 Army Model Revolver with Civil War

serial #72450, .44 caliber, 8" round barrel with an about very good bore. The frontstrap of this revolver is engraved "Presented to / Col. C. Graham by his friend / Sam Irwin". The steel surfaces retain a rich brown patina with some scattered light

Lot: 1224 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #95195, .36 caliber, 7 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. This revolver features all matching numbers including the wedge and remains in very honest condition. The steel surfaces of revolver retain an overall brown patina wearing to gray on

Lot: 1225 - Metropolitan Navy Model Percussion Revolver

serial #3105, .36 caliber, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore. This revolver has all matching numbers including its wedge and remains tight. The top of the barrel is marked "METROPOLITAN ARMS CO. NEW-YORK". This revolver is in nice condition with

Lot: 1226 - Fine Large Pair of Center Hammer Screw Barrel

About .55 caliber, 6 1/2" brass cannon barrels. These pistols measure 12 1/2" overall from muzzle to butt. The boxlock actions of these all brass pistols are engraved in floral scroll with fancy ribands on either side of action which read "GRICE" on

Lot: 1227 - Pair of British Tap Action Flintlock Double Barrel

.37 caliber, 2" barrels. These center hammer flintlock pistols feature tap action rotating barrel selectors and sliding safeties with protrusion which locks the frizzen in the closed position. The brass frames are engraved with panoplies of arms on

Lot: 1228 - Nice Brass-Barreled Flintlock Pistol by Miles of

.53 caliber, 7 1/4" part round part octagon barrel with nicely turned ring at transition. The lockplate is engraved "Miles" ahead of cock and has a pronounced teat at rear. The top of the barrel is engraved "Philadelphia" and bears a sunken oval with

Lot: 1229 - Nice Pair of Small European Flintlock Pistols

About .40 caliber, 3" barrels. These pistols appear to be Spanish or Italian but more likely Spanish. The barrels show flutes along the top surface with subtle cannon style muzzles. The locks show bold floral scroll as do the sideplates and

Lot: 1230 - Interesting Inscribed Percussion Underhammer

.42 caliber, 7" octagon barrel is engraved on top flat "N. DELANY". This is a very interesting pistol which has three brass inlays on either side of the grip which depict whales, fish, a fouled anchor and a sextant. The large whale on the left side

Lot: 1231 - British Tap Action Over Under Center Hammer

.43 caliber, 2 3/8" round barrels. The brass frame is engraved on left side with stand of flags and "W.BOND", the right side is engraved in a similar pattern with "LOMBARD / STREET / LONDON". William Thomas Bond I, was active on Lombard street from

Lot: 1232 - Exceptional Nearly As-New AH Fox Sterlingworth

serial #122531, 12 ga. (2 5/8"), 30" barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain nearly all their original blue, showing the tiniest amount of loss at the muzzles with minor handling or rub marks here or there

Lot: 1233 - Army & Navy Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #26506, 20 ga, 26" damascus barrels both choked improved cylinder with bright about excellent bores. The barrels have toned to a pewter gray displaying their beautiful damascus twist pattern and the rib is marked "Army & Navy C.S.L.

Lot: 1234 - Wonderful AH Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double

serial #112860, 12 ga. (2 5/8"), 28" barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores, the right tube with a very tiny, very superficial ding about 10" from the muzzles, it would not even warrant mention were it not for the very fine

Lot: 1235 - Fine Engraved Colt Third Model Thuer Deringer

serial #E25092, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with an about good bore showing strong rifling, some light oxidation and frosting. The barrel of this deringer retains perhaps 20% original bright blue flaking to a nice grayish brown patina throughout along with

Lot: 1236 - Fine Westley Richards Bar-In-Wood Double Hammer

serial #B4785, 12 ga., 30" barrels, very neatly converted from their original percussion, with bright about excellent bores. Barrels retain a nice contrasting pewter and brown the damascus pattern their full-length, fading slightly from the years,

Lot: 1237 - James Purdey Percussion Double Shotgun

serial #1010, About 11 bore, 30" barrels showing bright lightly honed, about very good bores which retain some scattered light pitting nearly their full-lengths. The barrels show a contrasting toffee brown and dark coffee brown re-struck damascus

Lot: 1238 - British Paratrooper Welbike by Villiers

This lot consists of a World War Two era British paratrooper Welbike. The bike has a green paint that shows scattered spots of flaking and a few spots of oxidation. The leather seat cover shows some tearing at front and rear, scattered dirt staining,

Lot: 1239 - Antique Cannon Limber Lot

This lot consists of a wheeled cannon limber and chest. The limber has a blue milk paint with a few cracks on the chest, scattered flaking, dirt staining and spots of oxidation on the metal parts. The hinges on the inside of the chest appear to

Lot: 1240 - Interesting Frank Wesson Third Type Two Trigger

serial #600, 32 RF, 36 1/8" octagon barrel with a dark oxidized bore. The action is a dull gray patina with scattered light oxidation stain spots. The barrel is drifting to a dull brown patina with a few small spots of light pitting, scattered

Lot: 1241 - Scarce Kittredge & Co.-Marked Frank Wesson Two

serial #60, 44 RF, 24" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The action metal surfaces are a gray patina with scattered oxidation staining. The barrel is a dull gray patina with a couple

Lot: 1242 - Transitional Frank Wesson Two Trigger Rifle

serial #6516, 32 RF, 30" octagon barrel with a good bore that shows scattered frosting and pitting but evident rifling. The action is a silvery gray patina with a few light dings on left side, a couple spots of light pitting and scattered oxidation

Lot: 1243 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #28521, .44 cal, 7 1/2" barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling, light oxidation and frosting scattered about. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 15-20% original thinning blue on the barrel, cylinder and iron

Lot: 1244 - Browning Model 1886 Limited Edition High Grade

serial #01066PT697, 45-70, 26" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The grayed steel receiver rates excellent with a couple tiny freckling specks on the upper tang. The barrel and magazine tube retain 99% of their original blue finish. The

Lot: 1245 - Colt Model 1861 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #19846, .36 cal, 7 1/2" barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling, frosting and a couple rings of pitting. The metal surfaces of this all-matching revolver retain about 55% original blue on the barrel flaking to brownish gray

Lot: 1246 - NJ-Marked Whitney Navy Model Percussion Revolver

serial #15216, .36 cal, 7 3/4" octagon barrel with a mostly bright very good bore showing strong rifling and a few patches of oxidation. The metal surfaces of this second model fourth type revolver retain about 88% older reapplied blue with some high

Lot: 1247 - Colt Model LE6920 Law Enforcement Semi-Auto

serial #LE066652, 5.56 NATO, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this M4 style rifle retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. This Law Enforcement Model features the

Lot: 1248 - Colt Model LE6920 Law Enforcement Semi-Auto

serial #LE055233, 5.56 NATO, 16" barrel with a bright excellent, likely unfired, bore. The metal surfaces of this M4-style rifle retain 100% original finish and also still retain the factory lubrication. This Law Enforcement Model features the

Lot: 1249 - Unmarked American Percussion Deringer

.39 caliber, 4" barrel with double gold bands at breech. This is a very nice quality German silver mounted percussion deringer made in the style of Henry Deringer's famous Philadephia deringers. The barrel shows a fancy bolster and the lock and

Lot: 1250 - Fine Sharps Model 3B Pepperbox

serial #10049, 32 short RF, 3 1/2" barrels with dark bores. This pistol retains about 95% original nickel plated finish with loss due to light flaking and with exposed steel showing a deep brown patina and some fine pinprick pitting. The marking in

Lot: 1251 - Allen & Thurber Percussion Bar Hammer Pepperbox

.31 caliber, 4" six shot barrel cluster. This is the model with fluted barrel and engraved nipple shield. The gun remains in very nice original condition with the frame showing the typical floral scroll engraving. The barrels retain about 60% bright

Lot: 1252 - Walther Model KKJ-HO Bolt Action Rifle

serial #h3209, 22 Hornet, 22" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-92% original thinning blue, the loss due to color loss on the front sight mount, light scratches, scattered light pinprick pitting and

Lot: 1253 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 First Issue Fifth Type Tip-Up

serial #4773, 22 Short, 3 3/16" barrel with a bright bore exhibiting scattered pitting. The metal surfaces of the barrel retain perhaps 50 – 60% original blue with areas of lightly cleaned oxidation and pitting. The cylinder is pewter with brown

Lot: 1254 - Smith & Wesson Schofield 2000 Model Top-Break

serial #GWS0702, 45 S&W Schofield, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original blue with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The case-hardened colored parts rate excellent with a beautiful mix. The smooth

Lot: 1255 - U.S. Model 1795 Reconversion Flintlock Musket by

.75 cal., 44 1/4" barrel with a dark oxidized bore. This musket has been reconverted to flint utilizing a mixture of type II and type III parts. The metal surfaces have an overall dark brown oxidized patina with scattered patches of light pitting and

Lot: 1256 - Frank Wesson Two Trigger Rifle

serial #6669, 38 RF, 24" octagon barrel with a good plus bore showing strong rifling and some light oxidation and frosting throughout. The barrel of this first issue rifle has mostly toned to a pleasing blue-brown throughout with some high edge wear,

Lot: 1257 - New Hampshire Percussion Underhammer Target Rifle

About .41 cal, 30" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and light oxidation. The barrel of this rifle has toned to a pleasing mottled gray and brown patina with some scattered flakes of old varnish, high edge wear, some patches of

Lot: 1258 - Percussion Halfstock Sporting Rifle

About .45 cal, 27 1/2" part octagon part round barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is mix of nice original browning and darker gray nearer the breech, the barrel flats and corners with a number of moderate tool or vise marks. There is a simple

Lot: 1259 - U.S. Special Model 1861 Percussion Rifle Musket by

Worn to .59 Cal, 40" barrel with no rifling and scattered oxidation. The metal surfaces remain partially bright with some areas turning to gray, scattered oxidation and pitting with the heaviest pitting being at rear of barrel. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 1260 - U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine by Springfield

serial #318784, 45-70, 22" barrel with an about very good bore that has a few pits but evident rifling. The barrel and band retain 50-60% original blue with scattered freckling, fading to brown, oxidation and oxidation staining. The breechblock is a

Lot: 1261 - Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1772743, 30 WCF, 24" barrel with a very good bore that has a few light pits. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few tiny oxidation spots on the top of the receiver, some light silvering on left side of the receiver and light

Lot: 1262 - Parker Hale Model 1853 Enfield Percussion Rifled

serial #2533, .58 Cal, 39" barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light oxidation staining in the grooves. The barrel and bands retain 98% original blue with an added spot of orange paint on the rear sight aperture, a few tiny freckling

Lot: 1263 - Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H1045, 22 Hornet, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue and the buttplate shows some light oxidation at top. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent with a couple minor handling marks. A

Lot: 1264 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #2473904, 30-06, 24" 8-55 dated LMR barrel with a very good plus bore that has a tiny pit near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 98% arsenal parkerized finish with some light pitting on the bolt and light silvering on the front end. The walnut

Lot: 1265 - German K98K Bolt Action Rifle by Steyr

serial #3346c, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows some light frost near muzzle. The metal surfaces of this bnz 43-coded rifle retain 80% original blue with the top part of the barrel being lightly cleaned to gray,

Lot: 1266 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #254777, 30-06, 24" 4-64 dated Springfield barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light frost in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with some pinprick pits on the right side of receiver, scattered

Lot: 1267 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #3677967, 30-06, 24" 4-45 dated Springfield barrel with a very good bore that shows some light frosting and a couple small pits near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 80% arsenal parkerized finish with a few spots of oxidation staining, some

Lot: 1268 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #3367701, 30-06, 24" 5-44 dated Springfield barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 90-93% of a gray arsenal parkerized finish with scattered fading and silvering along the

Lot: 1269 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #4923928, 30 Carbine, 18" 2-43 dated Inland barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% arsenal parkerized finish with some light oxidation stain specks on the bayonet lug, some added orange paint on the front sight and

Lot: 1270 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Quality Hardware

serial #1909441, 30 Carbine, 18" Rockola barrel with a near excellent bore that shows perhaps the beginnings of light frosting near the muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 97% arsenal parkerized finish with a few light oxidation stain spots on barrel

Lot: 1271 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #2010543, 30-06, 24" 10-53 dated Springfield barrel with an about very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal quality parkerized finish with a tiny spot of pitting on

Lot: 1272 - U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle by Springfield

serial #445723, 30-06, 24" 10-10 dated Springfield barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered oxidation but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are turning to a dull brown patina with scattered freckling, oxidation, silvering, traces of

Lot: 1273 - Triplett & Scott Repeating Carbine

serial #5068, 50 RF, 22" barrel with a bright very good bore showing some minor frosting and light pinprick pitting throughout the grooves. The metal surfaces of this carbine have toned to mottled gray and silver overall with scattered freckling,

Lot: 1274 - Harrington & Richardson Automatic Ejecting Knife

serial #113046, 38 S&W, 4" barrel with a very good bore showing some frosting and a few small patches of light pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 95% original nickel finish with a few scattered freckles and small patches of

Lot: 1275 - Remington New Model Police Percussion Revolver

serial #7729, .36 cal, 4 1/2" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain perhaps 35% original blue mostly on the barrel and protected areas of the frame. The remainder has worn to smooth gray gunmetal with

Lot: 1276 - Colt Model 1877 Thunderer Double Action Revolver

serial #74476, 41 Colt, 5" barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and some light oxidation and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1890-made revolver retain about 92% older reapplied blue with some high edge wear, small dings,

Lot: 1277 - Brooklyn Arms Company Slocum Patent Pocket

serial #2237, 32 RF, 3" round barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and some light pitting and oxidation throughout. The barrel and cylinder of this revolver have mostly toned to a nice deep brownish gray patina with some streaks of original

Lot: 1278 - Remington Model 1858 New Model Army Percussion

serial #45088, .44 cal, 8" octagon barrel with a bright very good bore showing a little light scattered oxidation. The metal surfaces of this revolver are a mix of gunmetal and dark gray with scattered small dings, tool marks, light oxidation

Lot: 1279 - Fabrique Nationale Five-Seven Iom Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #386122110, 5.7x28mm, 4 4/5" barrel with an excellent bore. This "Individual Officers Model" version retains about 99% black finish and the polymer frame rates excellent. This pistol features a Picatinny rail, three dot fully adjustable

Lot: 1280 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore with minor stains from oxidation. The barrel has a smooth grind mark with welding imperfections and is now a mottled mix of brown and corrosion resistant gray as is the floorplate. The remaining metal surfaces

Lot: 1281 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The barrel has been lightly cleaned to pewter with interspersed oxidation stains and a smooth grind mark. The metal surfaces are a mottled mix of brown and factory corrosion resistant gray finish

Lot: 1282 - Colt Third Generation Single Action Army Revolver

serial #SA37726, 357 Magnum, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 2004-made revolver retain about 96% factory blue and case-hardened finishes with slight thinning on the grip frame, high edge wear, scratches and a light

Lot: 1283 - Colt Officers Model Match Single Action Only

serial #923170, 38 Special, 6" tapered heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful 1959-made revolver may have been later converted to single action only. The metal surfaces retain about 98% high polish blue with light edge wear at the muzzle

Lot: 1284 - U.S. Model 1911 Semi-Auto Pistol by Colt

serial #275159, 45 ACP, 5" WWII era Colt barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This 1918-made pistol has faded to gray with a few traces of finish in the protected areas along with handling wear, stains from oxidation and pitting. The majority of blue

Lot: 1285 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #225628, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This third change revolver retains about 65-70% factory blue with moderate high edge wear, scratches, freckling, pitting, grip frame worn to a pewter-brown mix and a turn ring on the

Lot: 1286 - Colt 357 Double Action Revolver

serial #11771, 357 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1957-made revolver retain about 98% factory blue with several small scratches on the right side of the frame below the sight, limited minor edge wear and a faint

Lot: 1287 - Smith & Wesson U.S. Navy Contract Victory Model

serial #V262120, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metals surfaces retain about 85% factory Parkerized finish with most of the loss on the grip frame which has toned to brown along with high edge wear, thinning finish on the topstrap,

Lot: 1288 - Eduard Kettner Koln Sideplate Over Under Shotgun

serial #23176, 12 ga, 27 1/2" ventilated rib barrels choked tight full and improved modified with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain perhaps 95% original blue with light scratches and handling marks. The coin finish sideplate frame is

Lot: 1289 - Browning Auto-5 Magnum 12 Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #6V96494, 12 ga, 32" ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Belgian-made shotgun retain about 90% original blue with areas of minor pitting and oxidation staining along the barrel,

Lot: 1290 - Sako Finnbear Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #646468, .338 Win Mag, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with very minor handling marks. The skipline checkered pistolgrip Monte Carlo lacquered stock rates excellent with minor

Lot: 1291 - Lovely Original Remington Kleanbore "The Perfect

This 1932 Remington Firearms Kleanbore Ammunition advertising lithograph by the W. F. Powers Co. depicts an attractive young lady wearing a dark green overcoat with matching hat while holding what appears to be a Remington Model 31 shotgun amongst

Lot: 1292 - Scarce Marlin First Model Deringer

serial #10497, 22 RF, 2 1/16" barrel with a dark oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this tiny deringer retain about 85% original nickel finish with some high edge wear to brass, patches of light flaking and bubbling, some pinprick pitting, staining

Lot: 1293 - Colt Third Model Thuer Deringer

serial #44969, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this standard model retain about 70% original nickel finish with areas mostly worn to lightly oxidized and freckled gunmetal on the barrel, a few spots worn to brass on

Lot: 1294 - Remington Elliot Single Shot Mississippi Deringer

serial #3992, 41 RF, 2 1/2" round barrel with a fair-good bore showing good rifling, oxidation and frosting. The metal surfaces of this deringer retain about 96% older reapplied nickel finish with a few flakes, spots of oxidation staining, old

Lot: 1295 - Colt Third Model Thuer Deringer

serial #5868, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore showing a little evident rifling. This little deringer remains in rather nice condition with the barrel retaining about 10% original blue streaks scattered about and the remaining surfaces

Lot: 1296 - Unmarked Single Shot Percussion Deringer

serial #87, .36 cal, 3" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. This deringer is unmarked except for the serial number 87 on both the frame and barrel although the style is very reminiscent of deringers made by Jacob Rupertus of Philadelphia in the late

Lot: 1297 - Engraved Manufrance Double Action Bulldog Revolver

serial #3879, 450 CF, 2 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore showing strong rifling, a little frosting and light oxidation. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 87% original nickel finish with some light flaking to freckled gray on the

Lot: 1298 - Ruger No.1-B Standard Falling Block Rifle

serial #133-53514, 7mm Rem Mag, 26" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks present along the barrel and triggerguard. The checkered walnut beavertail forearm and

Lot: 1299 - British Pattern 1859 Second Type Naval Cutlass by

26 3/4" unfullered blade marked with Weyersburg Solingen mark above "[crown] / S / 14" towards the rear of the obverse side. The blade has toned to a smoky gray patina with overall pinprick pitting, oxidation and scattered nicks along the main edge.

Lot: 1300 - Browning Model 12 Grade I Slide Action Shotgun

serial #00953PN832, 20 ga, 26" ventilated rib barrel choked modified with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with a few minor scratches and handling marks. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip buttstock and

Lot: 1301 - Walther Model Uit Match Single Shot Bolt Action

serial #18259, 22LR, 25 1/2" heavy target barrel with a very good to near excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with only minor handling marks. The hardwood stock is moderately scratched, most notably there is a 4" long

Lot: 1302 - Walther Model KKJ Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

serial #B1452, 22LR, 25 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue. The hardwood stock features a fully stippled pistolgrip and forend which rates very good with only minor handling marks and is

Lot: 1303 - FN Mauser Sporter De Luxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #10700, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 92% original thinning blue with a few small areas of pitting and oxidation staining. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip stock features a flared

Lot: 1304 - Remington Model 30-S Express Bolt Action Rifle

serial #24482, 300 Magnum, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% of a thinning reapplied blue. The bolt knob has lost most of its color and the front sight ramp is heavily pitted and oxidized. The

Lot: 1305 - FN Mauser Sporter De Luxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #5707, .257 Roberts, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with minor pinprick pitting towards the throat. The bolt knob remains in-the-white with only minor oxidation staining. The

Lot: 1306 - Remington Model 30-S Express Bolt Action Rifle

serial #25048, 7mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original thinning blue with a few light scratches and small areas of light pitting and oxidation staining on the left side of the barrel and

Lot: 1307 - Smith & Wesson M&P-15 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SP57471, 5.56mm NATO, 16" mid-range chrome lined barrel with flash hider, a 1:8 rate of twist and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some light handling wear along the barrel. Carbine is equipped

Lot: 1308 - Bushmaster XM15-E2S A3 Patrolman's Semi-Auto

serial #BFI444409, 223/5.56mm, 16" M4 contour, chrome lined barrel with flash hider, a 1:9 rate of twist and a bright excellent bore. The parkerized and anodized metal surfaces retain about 99% original finish with some light wear along the edges of

Lot: 1309 - Weatherby Mark V Synthetic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H145949, 257 Weatherby Mag, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with light wear and handling marks along with some tiny specks of surface oxidation along the barrel and more moderate

Lot: 1310 - Browning Citori Satin Hunter Over/Under Shotgun

serial #20473MM131, 12 ga., 26" ventilated rib barrel with Invector Plus chokes and bright, excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original matte blue with just a few light handling marks noted. The checkered walnut beavertail forend

Lot: 1311 - Ithaca Model 100 Over/Under Shotgun by Skb

serial #CF560062, 20 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked full and modified with bright, excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue finish with only a few areas of light wear and what appears to be a small repaired ding

Lot: 1312 - CZ Model 201A Ringneck Mini Double Shotgun by

serial #05C6883, 28 ga., 26" barrel with screw-in chokes and excellent bores. The barrels retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks. The frame, lever, triggerguard and forend iron retain nearly all of their original factory case

Lot: 1313 - Browning Gold Deer Hunter Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #114MW03016, 20 ga., 22" fully rifled cantilever barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original matte blue finish, the only visible wear being on the loading gate. The checkered walnut forend and pistolgrip

Lot: 1314 - Remington Model 1100 Sporting Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #R139582K, 20 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrel with dual bead sights, screw-in chokes and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original blue with no visible signs of wear. The select grade deluxe checkered walnut

Lot: 1315 - Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #E6754329, 7 MM-08, 24" barrel with a bright mint bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue. The checkered walnut pistolgrip stock rates excellent as well retaining all its original satin finish. Rifle features a checkered knob jeweled

Lot: 1316 - Remington Model 700 BDL Varmint Special Bolt

serial #275488, 22-250, 24" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this early six digit rifle retain about 98% original blue, loss due to two bright small shallow dents in the aluminum floorplate. The checkered walnut

Lot: 1317 - Winchester Model 12 Limited Edition Slide Action

serial #MT1730, 20 ga., 26" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore choked improved cylinder. The metal surfaces on this Miroku shotgun retain 98% original blue, loss due to some minor contact wear along the slide arm and magazine tube.

Lot: 1318 - Smith & Wesson Model 629 Revolver

serial #N853430, 44 Magnum, 6" pinned and Mag-Na-Ported barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1980's revolver has had its metal surfaces professionally buffed to a high polish in addition to the .500" target hammer and .500" target trigger sides

Lot: 1319 - Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Auto Target Pistol

serial #TBY7835, 22 LR, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1988-made pistol retains about 98% factory blue with a few light scratches on both sides of the pistol. The factory grips have been replaced with smooth thumb rest Herrett National

Lot: 1320 - Colt Woodsman Sport Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #154468, 22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1941-made first series pistol retain about 97% original blue with scattered light oxidation blemishes and lightly cleaned pitting, mostly on the right side of the

Lot: 1321 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #7K35401, 357 Magnum, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This mid 1970's-made revolver retains about 97% original nickel plate with scattered light scratches, an oxidation blemish on the recessed cylinder and a light turn ring. The

Lot: 1322 - Merrill First Type Civil War Carbine

serial #7987, .54 cal., 22 1/8" barrel with a dark oxidized bore still showing good evidence of rifling. The metal surfaces are pale brown overall with a few tiny dings and scattered pinprick pitting primarily along the barrel. The lock has a mottled

Lot: 1323 - Browning Medalist Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #52392T5, 22 LR, 6 3/4" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-98% original blue, loss due to some scattered tiny impact marks, surface wear and pinprick pitting. The checkered walnut thumb rest grips

Lot: 1324 - U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Rifle-Musket by Alfred

. 58 cal., 40" barrel with a dark bore showing moderate rust and oxidation. The metal surfaces have toned to dark brown with scattered light oxidation and some tiny impact marks, the barrel bands and triggerguard having patches of pale gray, the lock

Lot: 1325 - U.S. Special Model 1861 Percussion Rifle-Musket by

.58 cal., 40" barrel with a dark oxidized bore. The metal surfaces have toned to pale gray with scattered fine oxidation and pitting with a few sparse impact marks under a coating of protective dried grease and/or varnish. The lock is appropriately

Lot: 1326 - Weatherby Vanguard Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #V65796, 270 WCF, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks and some specks of light surface oxidation scattered about. The checkered deluxe grade walnut Monte

Lot: 1327 - Custom Weatherby Vanguard Bolt Action Rifle

serial #VS205975, 257 Wby Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% of the original blue finish that is flaking to brown and has areas of light handling wear throughout. Rifle is equipped with a McMillan

Lot: 1328 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #151238, 30 Gov't '06, 24" barrel with a very good bore that has a few areas of light pitting and some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 75-80% original blue that is flaking to brown and mixing with areas of light

Lot: 1329 - Colt M4 LE6920MPGG Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #LE107191, 5.56mm NATO, 16" M4 contour barrel with a 1:7 rate of twist and a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 99% of a gray parkerized finish while the upper and lower receiver and the stock buffer tube have a metallic OD green

Lot: 1330 - Colt Round Barrel Open Top Cartridge Revolver

serial #4762, .38 RF, 3 1/2" round barrel with a very good bore showing some light oxidation and pinprick pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 85% factory nickel on the barrel, frame and cylinder with some flaking to brownish

Lot: 1331 - Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver with

Description Update (11/1/17): This lot has been withdrawn. serial #71625, .44 cal, 8" octagon barrel with a fair bore showing strong rifling with oxidation and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have mostly toned to brownish

Lot: 1332 - Beretta Al 391 Urika 2 Semi Auto Shotgun

serial #AA444147, 12 Ga, 28" ventilated rib barrel choked cylinder with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a couple minor handling marks. The walnut stock rates excellent with a couple minor dings on the left

Lot: 1333 - U.S. M1 Carbine by IBM

serial #3662929, 30 Carbine, 18" 8-43 dated IBM barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with some operational wear around receiver, scattered fading and

Lot: 1334 - Allen & Wheelock Navy Model Center Hammer

serial #21, .36 cal, 4" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, oxidation and light pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have largely worn to a mix of gunmetal, gray and brown with scattered oxidation staining,

Lot: 1335 - Allen & Wheelock Navy Model Center Hammer Lipfire

serial #384, 36 Lipfire, 8" octagon barrel with a bright very good bore showing just a little oxidation and frosting. The metal surfaces of this revolver have mostly worn to gunmetal and gray with some light oxidation staining, freckling, tiny

Lot: 1336 - Unmarked European 12-Shot Double Action Pinfire

serial #209, 9mm Pinfire, 5 7/8" barrel with a bright very good bore showing a few tiny pinprick pits and some frosting. The metal surfaces of this imposing revolver have mostly toned to a dull oxidized brown on the cylinder and barrel with a few

Lot: 1337 - German P.08 Luger S/42 K-Date Pistol by Mauser

serial #1780a, 9mm, 4" barrel with a good bore showing moderate pitting throughout. The barrel and receiver are both a mottled gray with the receiver showing evidence of a light cleaning with its right side moderately pitted and an "S" inspection

Lot: 1338 - Winchester Model 1892 Limited Series Deluxe

serial #00430MP92A, 44-40, 20" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. Offered by Davidsons Wholesalers, the metal surfaces on this Miroku rifle retain 99% original high polished blue with Winchester Gun label still fully affixed to the

Lot: 1339 - Winchester Model 70 Super Express Bolt Action

serial #G1613807, 458 Win Mag, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore and a professionally fitted muzzle brake. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish displaying just a few light scattered handling marks and having some slight loss on

Lot: 1340 - Winchester Model 70 Safari Express Bolt Action

serial #G344440, 416 Rem Mag, 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore and a professionally fitted muzzle brake. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% of their original matte black finish displaying a few light scratches and having some very light loss due

Lot: 1341 - Remington Peerless Field Grade Over Under Shotgun

serial #RP009276, 12 ga., 30" ventilated rib barrels with bright excellent bores with a screw in full and modified chokes. The barrels retain 98% original blue with a few light handling marks. The frame and locks retain 98% original blue with light

Lot: 1342 - Kimber Model 8400 Classic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #KW11062, 300 Win. Mag., 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original matte blue finish with a few light handling marks visible. The oil rubbed, checkered walnut stock rates excellent and included with this

Lot: 1343 - Browning Citori Over Under Shotgun

serial #18196NY763, 20 ga., 26" ventilated rib barrel with bright excellent bores with Invector chokes full and modified. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few light handling marks and spots of fine light oxidation staining with

Lot: 1344 - German LP.08 Artillery Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #1258e, 9mm, 8" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting and pitting along its length. The metal surfaces of this mixed parts LP.08 have been reblued including the straw parts. The toggle is marked DWM and the chamber is

Lot: 1345 - German LP.08 Artillery Luger Pistol by Erfurt

serial #9417b, 9mm, 8" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces of this mixed parts Luger retain perhaps 95% of a thinning reblued finish and the straw parts have been refreshed as well. The

Lot: 1346 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model Pistol by DWM

serial #2478p, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright about very good bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces of this commercial Luger retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear

Lot: 1347 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model Pistol by DWM

serial #8009l, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright about very good bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces of this commercial Luger retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear

Lot: 1348 - German P.08 Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #1677b, 9mm, 4" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to holster wear, fading on the rear of the frame and scattered areas of light

Lot: 1349 - German P.08 Police Issue Luger Pistol by DWM with

serial #1726a, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to light holster wear, a flake in the finish at the upper backstrap and an

Lot: 1350 - Merkel Model 8 Scalloped Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #559112, 12 ga, 28" Special-Gewehrlaufstahl barrels choked tight full and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 95% original blue toning to brown, the loss due to a 3/8" scratch on the left barrel and a 2" section of the

Lot: 1351 - Stoeger Arms Corporation Sterlingworth's Sidelock

serial #AM142736, 20 ga, 27 7/8" barrels choked modified and tight full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original thinning blue, the loss due to muzzle wear with areas of scattered pinprick pitting and oxidation staining. The

Lot: 1352 - Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun by Savage

serial #368688, 16 ga., 28" barrels choked a light full and a tight full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97-98% original blue, the loss due to wear at the muzzles with some light overall fading and wear in the carry point above

Lot: 1353 - Parker PH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun Two Barrel

serial #66905, 12 ga., 30" original barrels choked wide-open with about very good bores showing remnants of light pitting their full-length but showing nice contrasting damascus pattern as well. The No. 1 frame is primarily a silvery gray patina and

Lot: 1354 - Pennsylvania Fullstock Percussion Sporting Rifle

.44 cal, 35" octagon barrel with an oxidized smoothbore. The barrel is an overall dull gunmetal gray with a smattering of brown oxidation staining with some soft oxidation here and there. It features a scant brass blade front sight and simple

Lot: 1355 - AH Fox A Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #1323, 12 ga., 30" barrels both choked a light full with mostly bright very good plus bores which show remnants of some light oxidation and some sparsely scattered very light pitting, the left tube showing two professionally raised dents. The

Lot: 1356 - Custom Winchester Model 52B International Target

serial #46243B, 22 LR, 28" heavyweight target barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barreled action retains about 97% original blue, the loss due to some very light muzzle wear and toning to pewter on the knob of the bolt. There has been a custom

Lot: 1357 - Parker VH Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #145684, 12 ga., 30" barrels, both choked full with bright about excellent bores which show some light remnants of some scattered oxidation, both tubes showing some light dings along their bottom edges. The barrels retain about 80% original

Lot: 1358 - Unmarked Pennsylvania Fullstock Percussion

About 50 cal., 37" octagon barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall soft plum brown showing scattered oxidation staining, light pitting near the nipple barrel and scattered handling or tool marks. There is a scant silver blade front

Lot: 1359 - Custom Stevens 44 1/2 Left-Hand Schuetzen Falling

serial #4628, 22 LR, 30" part octagon part round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel is an overall dark gray-blue, faded original blue patina, toning to pewter on the high edges with some toning to brown near the frame. The frame retains

Lot: 1360 - British Double Hammergun by W & C Scott & Son

serial #4194, 10 ga., 32" barrels with bright near excellent bores which show remnants of some scattered light oxidation and perhaps scattered light pitting here and there, both showing remnants of some very minor dents, primarily along their bottom

Lot: 1361 - German Under Lever Drilling by Scherell

serial #1159, 16 ga. x 9.3x72R, 27" Krupp Stahl barrels, both choked a tight full, with about very good bores which show scattered pitting their full length, the rifle barrel mostly bright and very good plus with scattered light frosting. The barrels

Lot: 1362 - German Bockbuchsflinte Over Under Combination Gun

serial #2318, 16 ga. x 8x57R , 26 1/4" Krupp Flusstahl barrels, the shotgun un-choked, with an excellent bore, the rifle barrel very good showing minor frosting and some light pitting. All of the metal surfaces retain about 98% later hot immersion

Lot: 1363 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #321648-C, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1968-made pistol retains about 80% original blue with most of the loss to the slide toning to brown along the top in addition to the slide toning to plum, oxidation stains, a few pits,

Lot: 1364 - Randall Service Model A131 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #RF05980C, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate about excellent with a few minor handling marks. The checkered hardwood factory grips rate excellent. The model designation indicates this gun is a

Lot: 1365 - Interarms "Swiss Style" Mauser American Eagle

serial #11.00.2737, 9mm, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. There are beautiful straw colors on the trigger, magazine release, ejector, safety lever and take down lever. The checkered walnut grips

Lot: 1366 - Interarms "Swiss Style" Mauser American Eagle

serial #11.00.1991, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. There are lovely straw colors present on the trigger, magazine release, ejector, safety lever and take down lever. The checkered walnut

Lot: 1367 - Interarms "Swiss Style" Mauser American Eagle

serial #10.00.1308, 30 Luger, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. The straw colors on the trigger, magazine release, ejector, safety lever and take down lever remain in wonderful condition. The

Lot: 1368 - Remington Model 1895 Over Under Deringer

serial #121, 41 RF, 3" barrels with lightly frosted bores. This Type II Model No. 3 Deringer retains about 98% original nickel plate with scattered light freckling and handling marks. The hammer, trigger, latch and extractor button are gray with

Lot: 1369 - Smith & Wesson Single Action First Model Top-Break

serial #11093, 38 S&W, 3 1/4" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this "Baby Russian" retain about 97% original nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes, minor pinprick pitting and handling marks. The

Lot: 1370 - Percussion Over Under Buck and Ball Gun by L.L.

.34 caliber rifled barrel over .618 or about 20 bore smoothbore barrel. Both bores rate good showing some light oxidation and pitting and the top of the barrel is marked "L.L. HEPBURN / COLTON. N.Y.". This over and under configuration is one that was

Lot: 1371 - U.S. Model 1840 Iron Hilt Heavy Cavalry Saber by

35 1/2" blade with wide and narrow fullers. The blade has toned overall to pewter with scattered fine oxidation and pinprick pitting with some sparse light scratches and patches of bright colors along the narrow fuller and main edge where heat was

Lot: 1372 - Brass-Hilted American Horseman's Saber Circa

33" blade with three narrow fullers starting about 6" from the hilt. The blade has an overall smoky gray patina with scattered fine pitting and oxidation along with patches of more modest reddish-brown oxidation and light chips along the main edge.

Lot: 1373 - Winchester Model 1894 Special Order Takedown Lever

serial #449995, 30 WCF, 26" part round part octagon barrel with half magazine and a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting. The action and nosecap a gray patina with a few light dings and some small oxidation stain spots. The

Lot: 1374 - Colt LE6450 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #LTA006864, 9mm, 16" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original phosphate with some scattered spots of silvering. The M4-style stock, A2 pistolgrip and M4 handguard rate excellent with a few light handling

Lot: 1375 - Colt Ar-15 SP1 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #SP68766, 223 Remington, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original parkerized finish with a spot of added black enamel near the bolt release, scattered silvering with the heaviest silvering on the right

Lot: 1376 - Springfield Armory "Tanker" M1 Garand Rifle

serial #431707, 30-06, 18" unmarked barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frost near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal grade parkerized finish with some parkerized-over light pitting on handguard clip and scattered

Lot: 1377 - Unmarked 1861 Contract Musket

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with a moderately oxidized bore. The metal surfaces remain mostly bright with scattered spots of oxidation. The walnut stock rates very good with an older added varnish, a repaired chunk running from the rear of lockplate to rear

Lot: 1378 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Saginaw S.G.

serial #3362449, 30 Carbine, 18" undated Saginaw barrel with a very good plus bore that shows the beginnings of light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal parkerized finish with some silvering and thinning on the high edges.

Lot: 1379 - Colt AR-15 SP1 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #SP42639, 223 Remington, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93% original parkerized finish with scattered silvering and an added spot of black enamel on the left side of the lower receiver. The A1 buttstock, A2

Lot: 1380 - Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

serial #41551, 38-56, 26" round barrel with full magazine and a good bore that shows scattered pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 90% reapplied blue finish with scattered flaking to brown, freckling and a few spots of

Lot: 1381 - James Reid "My Friend" Knuckle-Duster Revolver

serial #11650, .22 RF, seven-shot cylinder. The metal surfaces are a pleasing dark mustard color patina. The steel cylinder is mostly a gray patina with brown undertones and spots of scattered light pinprick pitting. The bores remain in good

Lot: 1382 - Kimber Model 84 Montana Bolt Action Rifle

serial #KM39380, .308 Win., 22" barrel with bright excellent bore. The satin stainless surfaces rate excellent showing a few minor superficial scratches. The receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mounts and there are no other sight

Lot: 1383 - Rottweil 720 Super Trap Single Shotgun

serial #71447, 12 ga., 34" high ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, lever, triggerguard and safety retain 95% original blue with some loss on the working parts and silvering along the high edges. The satin nickel finish on

Lot: 1384 - Smith & Wesson Single Action Third Model Revolver

serial #14762, 38 S&W, 6" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing a couple tiny pits here and there. This revolver shows a factory rework mark and date indicating it had work done by in May, 1937. The metal surfaces retain about 98%

Lot: 1385 - Colt Model 1877 Lightning Double Action Revolver

serial #37362, 38 Colt, 2 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing some a few small pinprick pits and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1882-made revolver are a mix of older reapplied and original blue with the triggerguard and

Lot: 1386 - Remington Elliot Single Shot Deringer

serial #7086, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with a dark oxidized bore. This little deringer remains in quite fine overall condition retaining about 70% original blue on the frame and barrel with flaking to a pleasing brownish gray throughout the frame, high

Lot: 1387 - U.S. Regulation Colt Dragoon Holster by E. Gaylord

This Dragoon holster remains in about very good overall condition with crackling of the black finish, scuffs, scratches, some minor staining and handling marks throughout. The finish on the flap has mostly flaked away to brown which shows two small

Lot: 1388 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #61882, .44 cal, 8" round barrel with a good plus bore showing strong rifling, oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have worn to a mix of gunmetal and dark gray with light to moderate cleaned pitting, minor

Lot: 1389 - Cased Frank Wesson Medium Frame Pocket Rifle

serial #718, 32 RF, 15 1/4" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing strong rifling, some minor frosting and a few pinprick pits. The barrel retains about 65-68% original blue with high edge wear, freckling throughout, scratches, small dings,

Lot: 1390 - Colt London Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #10482, .31 cal, 6" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing some light oxidation and frosting throughout. The barrel of this revolver retains about 15% original blue streaks flaking to a mottled grayish brown remaining quite nice

Lot: 1391 - Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian First Model

serial #27013, 44 Russian, 8" barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, light oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 96% reapplied blue with a faint turn line, some light high edge wear, scratches, a

Lot: 1392 - Manhattan Firearms Company Navy Model Percussion

serial #44695, .36 cal, 5" octagon barrel with an about fair bore showing evident rifling, oxidation and moderate pitting throughout. The barrel of this revolver retains about 70% original bright blue with streaks flaking to brownish gray throughout

Lot: 1393 - Whitney Pocket Model Percussion Revolver

serial #23341, .31 cal, 5" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, light oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this second model fourth type revolver retain about 75% original bright blue on the barrel with some

Lot: 1394 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 3 American Single Action

serial #8137, 44 S&W American, 8" barrel with a dark oxidized bore showing evident rifling throughout. This example appears to be a transitional type featuring a second model interlocking hammer and latch and a first model frame with smaller

Lot: 1395 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 3 American Single Action

serial #25775, 44 S&W American, 8" barrel with a fair bore showing good rifling, pitting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain perhaps 25% older nickel finish flaking throughout, the remainder toned to dull oxidized

Lot: 1396 - Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle

serial #D3848, 32-40, 26" round barrel with a very good bore showing some light frosting and a little light pitting throughout. The barrel and full-length magazine tube retain about 85% evenly thinning original blue with light freckling throughout,

Lot: 1397 - Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #G6326823, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks throughout. The classic series checkered walnut stock rates near excellent showing some

Lot: 1398 - British Flintlock Double Fowler by Ketland

20 ga. 34" barrels with a lightly oxidized bores. The barrels are primarily a pewter gunmetal gray with scattered speckled brown oxidation staining, showing more plum brown and light pitting in the flash areas near the breech; the top rib is marked

Lot: 1399 - Nice Annie Oakley Cabinet Card from Stacy,

This is a very nice black and white cabinet card of "Little Miss Sure Shot" herself, in her very famous pose, facing to her right with cowgirl hat and chestfull of her shooting ribbons. The view measures 3 13/16" by 5 1/2", the card externally 4 1/4"

Lot: 1400 - Pair of Mediterranean Ball Butt Flintlock Pistols

.60 cal, 10 3/4" barrels with oxidized bores. These are interesting pistols, clearly stocked and made by the same hand at the same time, but utilizing different components. Both barrels and locks are from different arms. One barrel shows British

Lot: 1401 - Very Rare Buffalo Bill Souvenir Revolver and

.22 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. Purported by the consignor to be a souvenir item from Bill's Wild West Show, this little revolver retains about 98% original nickel with excellent blue on the hammer, trigger, and cylinder stop. The

Lot: 1402 - Unmarked Over Under Buck and Ball Percussion Rifle

.40 cal. and about 20 bore, 26" octagon barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels are primarily a faded plum brown patina with pewter undertones toning to a gunmetal gray on the high edges and contact points. There is a simple silver blade

Lot: 1403 - Remington Model 1894 A Grade Boxlock Double

serial #1060055, 12 ga., 30" barrels both choked about modified with mostly bright very good plus bores which show remnants of some sparsely scattered light oxidation or perhaps light pitting. The barrels show very nice contrasting star-pattern

Lot: 1404 - Unmarked European Flintlock Martial Pistol

.65 cal, 12" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall dull pewter gunmetal gray with light pitting and light brown oxidation, showing a repaired front section 4" long, nicely camouflaged. There is a heavy, slightly banana-shaped

Lot: 1405 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #28384, .44 cal., 8" barrel with a frosted bore. All the metal surfaces of this 1862-made gun are pewter with scattered pitting, stains from oxidation and assorted handling marks. The triggerguard strap rates very good to excellent with light

Lot: 1406 - Colt Second Model Deringer

serial #1327, 41 RF Short, 2 1/2" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The barrel has been lightly cleaned and has toned to smoky gray with traces of blue in the protected areas. The barrel screw has bright blue on the head. The receiver is a bright

Lot: 1407 - Winchester Model 1890 Takedown Slide Action Rifle

serial #139651, 22 W.R.F., 24" octagon barrel with a bright almost nearly excellent bore with crisp sharp rifling and only some sparse very fine oxidation. The barrel and magazine tube retain 95% evenly thinning original blue toning brown with some

Lot: 1408 - Perry Breechloading Civil War Carbine

serial #1294, .54 cal., 22" round barrel with a dark oxidized bore. The metal surfaces have an overall dark patina with scattered tiny impact marks, scratches and silvering along the edges, the screw heads and circular side plate holes show light

Lot: 1409 - Alexander Sheffield of NY Civil War Bowie

R.H. Alexander was a N.Y.-based Importer/Dealer of Sheffield cutlery and imported these bowies for N.Y. State Volunteers heading to the Civil War. The knife measures 10 3/8" overall with a 6 1/4" full tang spear shaped steel blade. The blade remains

Lot: 1410 - Bridgeport Gun Implement No. 501 Bowie

Sold by Hartley & Grahm, this bowie measures 12 1/4" overall with a 8" full tang semi-spear shaped carbon steel blade. The blade is mellowing to bright silver showing marks from an old cleaning and light sharpening with scattered fine staining

Lot: 1411 - Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle

serial #HS1645, 22 S,L,LR, 24" octagon barrel with a near excellent, lightly speckled bore. The barrel, magazine tube, forend cap, bolt, hammer, trigger and takedown knob retain about 90% original blue that is fading to brown and has light silvering

Lot: 1412 - Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle

serial #160391, 22 RF, 28" octagon barrel with an about good bore that has light pitting but good rifling throughout. The barrel retains about 85% original blue that is flaking to brown and has areas of light surface oxidation and staining along with

Lot: 1413 - Remington Model 1895 Over Under Deringer

serial #L76011, .41 RF., 3" barrels with very good bores that show some light pitting. The metal surfaces of this Type III deringer are turning to a dull gray patina with scattered traces of the original matte blue finish and some sparsely scattered

Lot: 1414 - U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by Simeon & North

.54 Cal, 9 1/16" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are a dull gray oxidized patina with a few spots of light pitting and scattered small dings. The walnut stock rates very good with an added varnish, a couple cracks behind lockplate, a

Lot: 1415 - Remington Model 1895 Over Under Deringer

serial #L90205, 41 RF, 3" barrels with bright near excellent bores showing just a bit of frosting and a few tiny pinprick pits. The metal surfaces on this late production pistol retain about 88-90% original matte blue with some high edge wear,

Lot: 1416 - Frank Wesson Medium Frame Pocket Rifle

serial #2055, 32 RF, 15" octagon barrel with an about good bore showing strong rifling, a few patches of oxidation and frosting throughout. The barrel retains about 65% original blue flaking to brown with high edge wear, a few patches of lightly

Lot: 1417 - Frank Wesson Small Frame Pocket Rifle

serial #484, 32 RF, 12" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, a few patches of oxidation and frosting throughout. The barrel retains about 70% original bright blue flaking to brown with high edge wear, light oxidation staining, a

Lot: 1418 - Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver

serial #92943, .44 caliber, 8" round barrel with a good bore. This revolver shows matching numbers on frame, barrel, backstrap, triggerguard the cylinder number is very light but looks like it matches and the wedge is an un-numbered aged modern

Lot: 1419 - Lovely German Percussion Target Pistol by Carl

.46 caliber, 10" octagon barrel with a worn bore. This pistol was made in southwest Germany and definitely shows its French and Belgian influence. The lock and hammer are engraved in lovely relief floral scroll and the lock has the familiar stepped

Lot: 1420 - Belgian Flintlock Holster Pistol with "Ketland"

.53 caliber, 7 1/2" brass barrel. This is an interesting pistol with period spurious "W. / KETLAND / & CO." while the top of the barrel is stamped "LONDON". The top of the barrel shows a Belgian "E/LG" proof along with what look to be spurious

Lot: 1421 - French Flintlock Officer's Pistol

.67 caliber, 7 1/4" octagon barrel with boldly swamped muzzle. The gun features a gooseneck cock and a waterproof pan with bridled frizzen. The barrel and lock show an even gray brown patina with all proofs clearly legible and with the surface

Lot: 1422 - Pair of European Center Hammer Folding Trigger

.53 caliber, 1 1/4" barrels. These are a really neat set of large bore pistols that when loaded would place the front of the ball within 1/4" of the muzzle. The pistols have boxlock actions and have neat hidden sliding safeties on the topstraps with

Lot: 1423 - British Greatcoat Full-Stocked Flintlock Pistol

.61 caliber, 8" octagon barrel. This pistol is not maker marked but it bears British proofs and exhibits the quality you expect to see on a British pistol. The lock features a gooseneck cock and bridled frizzen with roller spring. The lock plate

Lot: 1424 - European Flintlock Officer's Pistol

.47 caliber, 7 1/4" brass barrel with swamped muzzle. This pistol features a brass barrel and furniture with iron lockplate with faceted pan, gooseneck cock and bridled frizzen. The barrel shows engraved rings near center and has a flat raised

Lot: 1425 - British Flintlock Holster Pistol by Ketland

.55 caliber, 9" round iron barrel. The lockplate is marked "W. / KETLAND / & CO." and the top of the barrel is marked simply "LONDON". The pistol features a gooseneck cock and unbridled frizzen. The barrel and lock show a deep brown patina which

Lot: 1426 - Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #G151877, 45 ACP, 4 3/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This early Tysons Corner, Virginia-marked pistol retains about 99% original electroless nickel plate with a few minor handling marks and edge wear. The black pebbled Hogue rubber grips

Lot: 1427 - U.S. Model 1842 Rifled Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with a moderately oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are a gray patina with overall oxidation staining, some light pitting at rear of barrel and nipple. The walnut stock rates very good with an older added varnish, a partially

Lot: 1428 - Ruger No. 1-B Falling Block Rifle

serial #7327, 22-250, 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pre-warning rifle retain 99% original blue with just a tiny spot of freckling on right side of receiver and a hint of silvering at muzzle. The walnut stock

Lot: 1429 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #4289109, 30-06, 24" 6-53 dated Springfield barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 97% arsenal parkerized finish with some light silvering on the exposed edges, a few

Lot: 1430 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 3 American Single Action

serial #17246, 44 S&W American, 8" barrel with a fair bore that shows pitting throughout much of its length but visible rifling. The metal surfaces of this second model American revolver retain 90-93% reapplied nickel over a heavily polished

Lot: 1431 - British No 4 MK 1 T Sniper Rifle by BSA

serial #AB7897, 303 British, 25" barrel with a poor-fair bore that shows oxidation throughout its length. The metal surfaces of this M47-coded and 1943-dated rifle retain 40% arsenal enamel and blue with the balance having faded to a gray patina. The

Lot: 1432 - Uberti 1860 Henry Lever Action Rifle

serial #10948, 44 WCF, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The in-the-white lever, barrel and magazine tube remain mostly bright with some sparsely scattered freckling specks and a couple tiny specks of oxidation staining. The brass receiver and

Lot: 1433 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #386413, 30 WCF, 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows some scattered pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The receiver is mostly a dull gray patina with scattered freckling, oxidation stain spots and traces of original blue.

Lot: 1434 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #422673, 32 WS, 25 1/4" round barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered oxidation, light pitting but strong rifling. The frame is mostly a dull gray patina with scattered traces of original blue, freckling and oxidation staining. The

Lot: 1435 - Sharps & Hankins Navy Model 1862 Carbine

serial #10582, 52 RF, 24" barrel with a very good bore that shows light to moderate pitting but strong rifling. The frame and lever are a smoky gray patina with scattered freckling, oxidation staining and traces of the original case colors. The brass

Lot: 1436 - Interesting Mosin Nagant M91 Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #49765, 7.62x54 Russian, 31" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% original blue with some light freckling on the receiver and scattered fading on the exposed edges. The American walnut stock rates very good plus

Lot: 1437 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Underwood

serial #2586399, 30 Carbine, 18" 11-43 dated Underwood barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps the beginnings of light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 97% of a gray arsenal parkerized finish with some faint

Lot: 1438 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #2983586, 30-06, 24" 2-44 dated Springfield barrel with a very good bore that has some light pitting in the grooves. The receiver and bolt are a mottled brown patina with scattered oxidation staining and light oxidation. The other metal parts

Lot: 1439 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Smith

serial #4804125, 30-06, 24" 4-groove 10-43 dated Smith Corona barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% arsenal parkerized finish with freckling on bands, some light fading and silvering on the exposed edges. The

Lot: 1440 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #518992, 30 Carbine, 18" 5-44 dated Inland barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps the beginnings of a light frosting spot. The metal surfaces retain about 50% arsenal parkerized finish with operational wear throughout

Lot: 1441 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #2582167, 30-06, 24" undated Winchester barrel with a very good bore that shows a couple pits near muzzle and some scattered light frosting. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with a few spots of light pitting, scattered

Lot: 1442 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Winchester

serial #5554896, 30 Carbine, 18" Winchester barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows the beginnings of frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 75% arsenal parkerized finish with some light freckling specks on triggerguard,

Lot: 1443 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #725312, 30-06, 24" 2-44 dated Springfield barrel with a very good bore that shows light pitting and frost in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with a tiny spot of oxidation on the rear of the receiver, some

Lot: 1444 - U.S. Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #315315, 30-40 Krag, 30" barrel with a near very good bore that shows scattered frosting and a couple spots of pitting. The barrel and bands retain perhaps 40% original blue with scattered fading to gray, silvering and oxidation staining. The

Lot: 1445 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield

serial #3407731, 30-06, 24" 12-49 dated Springfield barrel with a good bore that has frosting and light pitting throughout its length but evident rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% arsenal parkerized finish with some silvering on the exposed

Lot: 1446 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #5374608, 30 Carbine, 18" undated Inland barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with scattered oxidation staining, and fading. The walnut stock rates very good plus as lightly cleaned with

Lot: 1447 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Smith

serial #4728795, 30-06, 24" 4-groove 6-43 dated Smith Corona barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% of an arsenal parkerized finish with a couple tiny spots of light pitting on the left side of the receiver, light

Lot: 1448 - U.S. Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #433089, 30-40 Krag, 30" barrel with a very good bore that has a couple pits and some light frosting. The barrel retains about 60% original blue with scattered fading to brown and freckling. The sideplate, triggerguard and bands are a dull

Lot: 1449 - Scarce German Gewehr 305 (F) Bolt Action Carbine

serial #E27588, 8mm Lebel, 17 3/4" barrel with a very good bore that shows light pitting and frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this French made M16 Berthier carbine retain 80% arsenal blue with scattered fading to brown and some

Lot: 1450 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by H. Aston

.54 Cal, 8 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. The in-the-white surfaces remain partially bright with a couple small dings on the left side of barrel, some light pitting around nipple and scattered oxidation staining. The brass parts are dulling to a

Lot: 1451 - Chinese Type 53 Mosin Nagant Bolt Action Carbine

serial #3117879, 7.62x54 Russian, 20" barrel with a good plus bore that shows oxidation throughout the grooves but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this 1955-dated and factory 26-coded carbine are turning to an oxidized brown patina with some

Lot: 1452 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Saginaw S.G.

serial #5836642, 30 Carbine, 18" Winchester barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 97% of a gray arsenal parkerized finish with some light fading and silvering on the exposed edges.

Lot: 1453 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #3602800, 30-06, 24" 3-45 dated Springfield barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% arsenal parkerized finish with some silvering on the floorplate, gas cylinder, triggerguard and flaking black enamel on gas

Lot: 1454 - Winchester First Model Hotchkiss Bolt Action

serial #12469, 45-70, 24" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 20% original blue with the balance being a dull brown patina with some oxidation on buttplate

Lot: 1455 - Browning Model 92 Lever Action Carbine

serial #06552PM167, 44 Mag, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Japanese-made rifle retain 98-99% original blue with a tiny spot of light oxidation on buttplate. The walnut stock rates excellent with no visible dings

Lot: 1456 - Marlin Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #21021706, 357 Magnum, 18" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this "JM"-marked carbine retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with a factory sticker on forend and some residue from the

Lot: 1457 - Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #162322, 22 S/L/LR, 24" round barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with some operational wear on magazine tube, a few tiny dings on left side of receiver, scattered small spots of silvering and flaking.

Lot: 1458 - Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #58591, 22 S/L/LR, 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% original blue with a few spots of light pitting near muzzle, a few tiny dings around rear sight base, some scattered fading and light silvering.

Lot: 1459 - Burnside Fifth Model Civil War Carbine

serial #7633, 54 Cal, 21" barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation throughout but discernible rifling. The metal surfaces are a dull gray patina with a few dings around breechblock channel, scattered light pitting, freckling and oxidation

Lot: 1460 - German G98/40 Bolt Action Rifle by Feg

serial #7061b, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a very good bore that has a few scattered pits towards muzzle. The metal surfaces of this jhv 44-coded rifle are an overall gunmetal gray having been cleaned with scattered traces of original blue, tiny

Lot: 1461 - U.S. M1 Garand Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #3744608, 30-06, 24" 5-53 dated Marlin barrel with a very good bore that has an area of pitting near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain about 70% arsenal parkerized finish with thinning throughout the receiver, scattered silvering, oxidation

Lot: 1462 - Scarce Japanese Type 99 Arisaka "Rope Hole" Bolt

serial #39391, 7.7 Arisaka, 25 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows some frosting and a couple pits. The metal surfaces of this 27th series rifle retain 75% original late war blue with scattered fading to brown, light oxidation and freckling.

Lot: 1463 - Ruger Model 44 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #131929, 44 Magnum, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pre-warning carbine retain 98% original blue with some light freckling on barrel and a few scattered spots of light silvering. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 1464 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #17857, 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with bright near excellent bore showing just a little frosting and a few tiny pits. The metal surfaces of this April 1936-made pistol retain about 72% original blue with some high edge and operational wear,

Lot: 1465 - Savage Model 1899-A Lever Action Short Rifle

serial #111985, 303 Savage, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1911-made rifle retain about 90% original blue with some high edge wear, some thinning to silver at the muzzle, sides of the barrel and bottom of the

Lot: 1466 - Savage Model 1899-C Lever Action Rifle

serial #72.244, 303 Savage, 26" half-octagon half-round barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting and light rifling wear throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1907-made rifle retain about 92% of an older reapplied blue on the

Lot: 1467 - Savage Model 99-H Lever Action Carbine

serial #329701, 303 Savage, 20" barrel with a bright very good plus bore showing just a little frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1930-made carbine retain about 95% later reapplied blue with some high edge wear, a few scattered

Lot: 1468 - Savage Model 99-EG Lever Action Rifle

serial #715667, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a bright very good plus bore showing just a little frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1950s-made rifle retain about 92% older reapplied blue on the barrel with some scattered patches flaking to silver

Lot: 1469 - Savage Model 99-F Lever Action Rifle

serial #963838, 308 Win, 22" barrel with a bright very good bore showing some minor frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 90% original blue with some high edge wear, scattered freckling, thinning and a number of tiny

Lot: 1470 - Whitney Pocket Model Percussion Revolver

serial #15341P, .31 cal, 3 1/2" octagon barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing just a little frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this third type revolver retain perhaps 30% original blue mostly present in protected areas and as

Lot: 1471 - Cooper Pocket Model Double Action Percussion

serial #6599, .31 cal, 4" octagon barrel with an about good bore showing pitting, oxidation, and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have been lightly cleaned with the barrel, lever and cylinder a smooth smoky gray overall

Lot: 1472 - Unmarked French Screw Barrel Flintlock Pocket

About .44 cal, 2 1/4" rifled barrel with an about good bore showing oxidation, pitting and strong rifling. The in-the-white metal surfaces of this endearing little pistol remain mostly bright with minor dings and some light freckling scattered about.

Lot: 1473 - Savage Model 99-G Takedown Lever Action Rifle

serial #269666, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor frosting, pinprick pitting and rifling wear. The metal surfaces of this 1924-made rifle retain about 88% older professionally reapplied blue with some high edge wear,

Lot: 1474 - Belgian Fullstock Flintlock Pocket Pistol

.46 cal, 3 1/2" smoothbore barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel of this pistol bears a Belgian "E/LG/(Star)" proof mark and has toned to a brownish gray patina overall, featuring an etched damascus-style pattern along its length. The

Lot: 1475 - Connecticut Arms Hammond Bulldog Single Shot

serial #1799, 44 RF, 4 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore showing light pitting, oxidation and strong rifling throughout. The barrel on this deringer is a freckled dark gray patina with high edge wear, minor oxidation staining and some streaks of

Lot: 1476 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #92393 (Series 1), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with bright near excellent bore showing just a few tiny scattered pits. The metal surfaces of this September 1943-made pistol retain about 90% original dull arsenal blue with small patches of

Lot: 1477 - Remington Model 1895 Over Under Deringer

serial #346, 41 RF, 3" barrel with very good plus bores showing some light frosting and oxidation. The metal surfaces of this deringer retain about 96% original nickel with some minor flaking to gray on the borders of the grips, at the muzzle and

Lot: 1478 - Hopkins & Allen Xl Deringer

serial #1180, 41 RF, 2 1/2" octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting and oxidation. The barrel of this deringer has toned to gray overall with some areas of darker oxidation staining and patches of very fine pinprick

Lot: 1479 - Colt Third Model Thuer Deringer

serial #19015, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing just a hint of minor frosting. The barrel of this deringer retains about 80% original bright blue with some high edge wear, flaking to brownish gray, some tiny pinprick

Lot: 1480 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 1/2 First Issue Revolver

serial #8931, 32 RF, 3 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and a couple rings of moderate oxidation. The barrel of this revolver retains perhaps 15% original blue with streaks remaining primarily on the right and underside of

Lot: 1481 - C.S. Shattuck "Unique" Pocket Revolver

serial #1128, 32 RF, 2 3/4" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling and some light oxidation and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces retain about 94% original nickel with a few scattered freckles, minor oxidation

Lot: 1482 - Moore's Patent Firearms Company Single Action Belt

serial #2935, 32 RF, 5" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling and some minor oxidation and pinprick pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of the barrel, cylinder and axis pin have been lightly cleaned and have taken on a smooth gray

Lot: 1483 - Glisenti M1854-Style Single Action Pinfire

serial #842, 12mm Pinfire, 6 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This elegant revolver remains in very fine overall condition retaining about 30% original blue on the cylinder and barrel with the remainder flaking to a smooth dark gray patina,

Lot: 1484 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-3 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #12K9497, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has German proof marks and is importer stamped. The metal surfaces of this 1977-made revolver retain about 99% factory blue with a few light scratches and a turn ring on

Lot: 1485 - Fabrique Nationale Model 150 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #62234T74, 22 LR, 5 7/8" ventilated rib heavy round barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this importer-marked pistol retain about 90% factory blue finish with the front strap and knuckle area worn to brown, high edge wear,

Lot: 1486 - Smith & Wesson Model 63 22/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #M141892, 22 LR, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless surfaces of this late 1970's-made revolver rate near excellent with a few minor handling marks, slight edge wear and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service style hammer and

Lot: 1487 - Cased Pair of Smith & Wesson "First Edition"

serial #RBG0001 & #CBG0001, 38 Special & 380 ACP respectively, 2" barrel on the revolver with an excellent bore and a 2 1/2" barrel on the pistol also with an excellent bore. Both handguns are marked "First Edition" and are the first guns off

Lot: 1488 - Scarce London-Marked Colt Third Model Thuer

serial #35455, 41 RF Short, 2 1/2" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The barrel of this standard 3rd model Thuer has toned to a mix of pewter and brown with scattered pitting, oxidation stains, scratches and two very small shallow notches on

Lot: 1489 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #695336, 38 Special, 6" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. This fourth issue revolver retains strong condition with about 97% factory blue remaining exhibiting a light turn ring on the cylinder, the backstrap starting to slightly thin to

Lot: 1490 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The grind mark on the barrel has light tool marks with some welding imperfections and slag marks. The metal surfaces have toned to an even brown color with some pewter highlights in addition to oxidation

Lot: 1491 - Colt Army Special Revolver

serial #523004, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1926-made revolver retains about 98% factory blue finish with light high edge wear, scattered freckling, a turn ring on the cylinder and handling marks. The unmarked checkered walnut

Lot: 1492 - Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 Revolver

serial #N186604, 357 Magnum, 3 1/2" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, scattered light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service hammer and trigger retain bold

Lot: 1493 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #397483, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This type III 1921-made pistol retains about 95% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin to purple, high edge wear, a few minor oxidation stains and scattered light handling

Lot: 1494 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #366526, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting slight frosting. This 1920-made type III pistol retains about 95% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin, high edge wear and scattered light handling marks. The

Lot: 1495 - Springfield Armory Inc. Mil-Spec Model 1911-A1

serial #WW74273, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 99% factory Pakerized finish with a few minor operational marks. The double diamond checkered walnut factory grips with "U.S." laser-etched in

Lot: 1496 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #684884, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This fourth change revolver retains about 90% plus factory blue with the grip frame thinning to brown, high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and scattered light handling marks. The

Lot: 1497 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Hand Ejector

serial #K103133, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This nice hand ejector left the factory in 1950 and retains about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder and a few light handling marks. The service

Lot: 1498 - Colt Commando Revolver

serial #14039, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% plus reapplied arsenal grade Parkerized finish with high edge wear, grip frame partially thinning to brown, light turn ring on the cylinder and a few

Lot: 1499 - U.S. Model 1911A1 Semi-Auto Pistol by Remington

serial #2162241, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with an excellent bore. This late war-produced pistol has been given a high polish and retains about 90% reapplied blue finish with the grip frame starting to thin, high edge wear and handling marks.

Lot: 1500 - Smith & Wesson K-38 Masterpiece Target Hand

serial #K217057, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1954-made five-screw revolver retains about 97% factory blue with a worn area on the bottom of the triggerguard, light freckling, a turn ring on the cylinder and a few minor handling

Lot: 1501 - U.S. Model 1896 New Navy Revolver by Colt

serial #97506, 38 Long Colt, 6" barrel with a pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1898-made revolver retains about 60% factory blue that is starting to thin to purple on the frame along with high edge wear, scattered areas of pitting, oxidation

Lot: 1502 - U.S. Model 1901 New Army Revolver by Colt

serial #176577, 38 Long Colt, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1901 revolver has been refurbished but retains fine to excellent condition with about 80% plus factory blue that is worn to brown on the grip frame along with high edge wear,

Lot: 1503 - Colt Pre-Woodsman Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #26561, 22 LR, 6 5/8" pencil barrel with a frosted bore. This 1921-made woodsman retains about 95% factory blue with high edge wear, scratches and thinning finish on the barrel. The diamond checkered walnut factory grips rate about good with

Lot: 1504 - Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A203873, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1970's pistol retains about 99% blue and anodized finishes with a few minor handling marks. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate excellent. The

Lot: 1505 - FN Mauser Sporter De Luxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #5212, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 92% original thinning blue with minor scratches near the muzzle end and small areas of light pinprick pitting. The bolt knob remains in-the-white

Lot: 1506 - Custom FN Supreme Magnum Bolt Action Rifle

serial #RO854, 458 Win Mag, 24" Flaig's Barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this custom rifle retain about 95% original blue with minor pinprick pitting and oxidation staining along its length. The bolt and extractor have

Lot: 1507 - WWII U.S. Navy Officers Sword by Hilborn &

29" three-quarter length stopped fuller blade 34" overall length. The blade remains bright with etched panoplies of foliate scroll, anchors, "U.S.N." in riband and flag. The ricasso is etched with Star of Damascus on the obverse side and Hilborn

Lot: 1508 - Imported Eaglehead Mounted Artillery Officers

30 1/2" curved blade is etched, blued, gold washed. The condition of the blade is very good with about 60% original blue toning to gray with etched scenes depicting scroll and panoplies of arms retaining about 85% original gold wash. The balance of

Lot: 1509 - U.S. Model 1860 General's Sword by McKenney

31" diamond shaped double edge blade maker marked "J.H. / McKenney / & Co. / N.Y." on the reverse ricasso. The balance of the blade is etched in script "Gen'l. J.M. Varian" with scroll and stand of arms on the obverse side and "N.Y." in sunburst

Lot: 1510 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #104599, 38 Special, 4" barrel with a few pits and oxidation blemishes. The metal surfaces of this second change revolver retain about 98% factory nickel plate with limited high edge wear, oxidation blemishes, scratches and a turn ring on the

Lot: 1511 - Anschutz Model 1532 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #436916, 222 Rem, 23 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with a few areas of light handling wear and some sparse light surface oxidation scattered about. The checkered Monte Carlo walnut

Lot: 1512 - Winchester Model 9410 Traditional Lever Action

serial #SG29242, 410 Ga, 24" cylinder bore with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus factory blue, and rates as-new with no signs of any visible wear. The checkered walnut buttstock and forend are also like-new. This shotgun retains

Lot: 1513 - Ruger No.3 Falling Block Carbine

serial #130-53010, 22 Hornet, 22" pre-warning barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some areas of very light handling wear throughout. The smooth walnut stocks rate excellent and have a few light

Lot: 1514 - Browning Auto 22 Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #7T53218, 22 LR, 19 1/4" with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Belgian-made example retain about 98% original blue with light handling marks along the barrel and a small area of light wear with some fine pitting and specks

Lot: 1515 - Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #N57017, 22 LR, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original blue with no visible signs of wear. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates excellent and features a rosewood forend tip and gripcap with

Lot: 1516 - Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #T19439, 22 LR, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this deluxe grade Japanese-manufactured rimfire rifle retain about 99% plus original blue with no real signs of visible wear. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock

Lot: 1517 - Browning Bar Deluxe Grade II Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #68737M70, 30-06, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surface retain about 95% original blue with light handling and light tool marks and some odd lines of finish loss on either side of the receiver, likely due to exposure from a

Lot: 1518 - British Flintlock Coat Pistol by Fisher

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot .56 cal., 6" octagon barrel with a lightly oxidized and pitted bore. The hammer, lock, tang and triggerguard strap are accented with sprigs of foliate engraving. The damascus barrel is a brown, gray and pewter

Lot: 1519 - Winchester Model 1890 Third Model Takedown Slide

serial #674876, .22 Long, 24" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing minor pitting along its length. The barrel and magazine tube retain about 85% original thinning blue with areas of scattered pinprick pitting, oxidation staining and small

Lot: 1520 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #123990, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This 1911-made Type III pistol retains about 90% plus original blue with high edge wear, thinning grip frame, light scratches and a few light pits. The checkered hard rubber factory

Lot: 1521 - Custom Ruger SP101 Revolver by Larocca Gun Works

serial #571-25175, 357 Magnum, 2 1/2" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This gun has been lightly customized by renowned gunsmith Mike LaRocca. The matte and polished stainless steel surfaces rate about excellent with a few minor handling

Lot: 1522 - Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Flat Top Revolver

serial #9197, 357 Magnum, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1957-made revolver retain about 98% original blue and anodized finishes with light edge wear, scattered light scratches, loading gate toning to plum and a turn

Lot: 1523 - Smith & Wesson Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman

serial #N523062, 357 Magnum, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful late 1970's-made gun retains about 99% original blue with a faint turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The service trigger and hammer retain bold case-hardened

Lot: 1524 - Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #B6459410, 300 H&H Mag, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks throughout. The classic series checkered walnut stock rates excellent and has a few

Lot: 1525 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-4 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #44K1620, 357 Magnum, 6" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This late 1970's-made revolver retains about 99% original nickel plate with a light turn ring on the recessed cylinder, fine scattered scratches and a minor scuff on the crane. The

Lot: 1526 - Colt AR-15 SP1 Semi Auto Rifle

serial #SP97485, 223 Remington, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% original parkerized finish with scattered silvering on the exposed edges and some light fading on flash suppressor. The zytel stock rates excellent

Lot: 1527 - Winchester Model 1895 Lee Sporting Rifle

serial #14912, 6mm Lee Navy, 24" barrel with a good bore that shows frosting and oxidation throughout but evident rifling. The metal surfaces retain 30% original blue with the barrel and front of the receiver a dull gray patina with oxidation

Lot: 1528 - Russian Berdan Type II Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #8990, .42 Berdan, 33" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 80% arsenal blue with high edge wear and thinning throughout. Much of the metal surfaces above the woodline show scattered freckling and

Lot: 1529 - Scarce Remington-Smoot New Model No. 1 Revolver

serial #56, 30 RF Short, 2 13/16" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This revolver features the scarce rotating recoil shield and remains in great condition. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original nickel plate with most of the loss on the

Lot: 1530 - German P.08 Luger Code 42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #8196f, 9mm, 4" barrel with a fair-good bore showing heavy pitting throughout. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 60% original thinning and flaking blue. There is heavy color loss and pitting on the barrel, sideplate, frontstrap, receiver and

Lot: 1531 - Browning Hi-Power Semi-Auto Pistol

serial 245PT14656, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1986 pistol retains 99% plus original blue. The checkered walnut factory grips rate excellent. This pistol features a round fixed front sight and drift adjustable rear sight. The

Lot: 1532 - D'Holder "My Knife" Custom Knife by D'Alton Holder

This is a lovely knife by D'Alton Holder measuring 7 1/2" overall with a 3 3/8" ATS-34 drop point blade equipped with a partial filework back edge. The blade remains unsharpened and retains all its mirror-polished finish and is etched "D'holder /

Lot: 1533 - Marlin New Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun

serial #91049094, .410 bore, 22" barrel choked cylinder with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish having only a few light superficial handling marks. The shotgun has a folding rear sight with green fiber optic

Lot: 1534 - Remington Model 12 Slide Action Rifle

serial #66844, 22 S, L, LR, 22" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with areas of bare metal at the working parts, spots of scattered fine oxidation staining with a couple of light scratches

Lot: 1535 - Smith & Wesson Second Model Safety Hammerless

serial #25061, 38 S&W, 3 1/4" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this New Departure revolver retain about 99% original nickel plate and blue finishes with scattered fine scratches and a light turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 1536 - Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer Revolver with Rare

serial #491, 22 RF, 3" octagon barrel with a frosted bore. The metal surfaces are mostly pewter with brown overtones displaying a small wedge of original blue on the bottom of the barrel where it meets the frame, another tiny wedge below the knuckle

Lot: 1537 - Rare C.A.S. Iberia Fairbairn/Sykes Special Edition

Crafted by Paul Chen in the 90's, this special edition knife is a handmade copy of the original Fairbairn-Sykes British Commando dagger. The knife measures 12" overall with a 7" double edge nickel steel blade. The blade is flawless retaining all its

Lot: 1538 - Custom Stag Arms Stag 15 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #213247, 5.56 NATO, 20" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% custom camouflage finish with some flaking around magazine well and some scattered smaller spots of flaking. The fixed custom stock and forend rate

Lot: 1539 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by Aston

.54 Cal, 8 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows scattered oxidation. The lockplate and hammer are a dull brown patina with scattered oxidation staining. The barrel, nipple and ramrod are a dull gray patina with scattered oxidation

Lot: 1540 - German ZF4 Scope

serial #65259, This lot consists of a German ZF4 scope The scope tube retains 70% original phosphate with scattered silvering, fading to brown and light oxidation. The scope is marked "Gw ZF4/65259/ddx. (Triangle)". The scope has a post reticle and

Lot: 1541 - Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #641459, 32 WCF, 20" round barrel with two thirds magazine and a good plus bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting. The barrel band and action are a silvery gray patina that appears cleaned with scattered oxidation staining. The

Lot: 1542 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Spreewerke

serial #b3652, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this cyq-coded pistol retain 97% original blue with some light silvering on the exposed edges, a couple tiny spots of light

Lot: 1543 - U.S. Model 1816 Percussion Musket by Harpers Ferry

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are turning to a gray patina with some moderate pitting at rear of barrel, a few other spots of light pitting, scattered oxidation staining and a couple moderate tool marks at left rear of

Lot: 1544 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Eddystone

serial #1197083, 30-06, 26" 9-18 dated Eddystone barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a couple spots of light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal parkerized finish with some scattered light fading on the exposed

Lot: 1545 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #5273436, 30 Carbine, 18" 6-44 dated Inland barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 75% arsenal parkerized finish with a few small dings on barrel, some oxidation staining on bayonet lug, some freckling on barrel,

Lot: 1546 - Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle

serial #232304, 22 Long, 24" octagon barrel with a good bore that shows scattered pitting but evident rifling. The action retains 80% original blue with scattered flaking to brown, some light oxidation on lower tang and a few spots of oxidation

Lot: 1547 - Yugoslavian M70AB2 Semi Auto Rifle by Century Arms

serial #M70AB00423, 7.62x39, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original parkerized finish with some scattered light silvering. The black synthetic pistolgrip rates very good plus with a few dings, scattered scuffing and

Lot: 1548 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2384423, 30-30 Win., 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with scattered spots of freckling most prevalent at the receiver. The rifle has a standard sporting rear sight with raised bead

Lot: 1549 - Dan Wesson Arms Model 715-V Revolver

serial #357S000586, .357 Magnum, 8" ventilated rib bull barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a few light handling marks. The revolver has a red ramp front sight with adjustable black blade rear sight

Lot: 1550 - Winchester Model 9422 Legacy Lever Action Rifle

serial #F729505, 22 S, L, LR, 22 1/2" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish. The rifle has an adjustable sporting rear sight with hooded silver bead front sight. The checkered semi-pistolgrip

Lot: 1551 - Winchester Model 9422M Lever Action Rifle

serial #F98641, 22 Magnum, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with a spot of light freckling on the left side of the barrel. The bolt body and magazine tube also have spots of light

Lot: 1552 - Winchester Model 9422M XTR Lever Action Rifle

serial #F461377, 22 Magnum, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few light scratches and spots of hardened oil where the metal meets the wood along the stock and forend. The rifle is sighted with an

Lot: 1553 - Marlin Model 37 Slide Action Rifle

serial #5380, 22 S,L,LR, 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue toning to brown with some sparse fine oxidation and light surface marks along with light muzzle and contact wear on the forearm

Lot: 1554 - Prototype Third Generation Colt Walker Model

serial #IX, .44 cal, 9" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing just a little frosting and a few tiny pits. The metal surfaces of this revolver have been finished in-the-white and remain in very nice condition overall with some light

Lot: 1555 - Austrian Model 1842 Percussion Carbine

.71 cal, 14 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore showing rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this Lorenz carbine are primarily a dull mix of brown, gray and gunmetal with numerous small dings, old cleaned pitting, freckling and oxidation staining

Lot: 1556 - Unmarked European Takedown Poachers Shotgun

16 ga., 29" barrel with an about very good bore which shows some scattered light pitting. All of the metal surfaces on this interesting arm are in-the-white, now a pewter-gunmetal gray patina. It is unmarked but appears to be likely Belgian and

Lot: 1557 - Marlin Model 38 Takedown Slide Action Rifle

serial #D1415, 22 S,L,LR, 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 75% original blue toning to brown with scattered light oxidation, light muzzle and edge wear and more noticeable contact wear along the forearm

Lot: 1558 - Brown Manufacturing Southerner Deringer

serial #8684, .41 RF, 2 1/2" octagon barrel with an about very good plus bore with good rifling, scattered fine frosting and pitting. the barrel has a mottled pewter and brown patina with scattered fine oxidation and some light pinprick pitting. the

Lot: 1559 - Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle

serial #6537, 22 S,L,LR, 24" octagon barrel with near excellent lightly speckled bore that has some very light pitting in the grooves. The barrel, magazine tube, forend cap, hammer, takedown knob, and trigger retain about 90% of the original blue

Lot: 1560 - Browning Auto-22 Grade 1 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #A7035, 22 Short, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue finish with a few light scratches and freckles. The rifle has a brass bead front sight and wheel rear sight. The checkered pistolgrip stock

Lot: 1561 - Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Shotgun

serial #1453085, 20 ga., 28" plain barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% original evenly thinning blue with spots of freckling along the barrel and receiver with silvering along the high edges and carry

Lot: 1562 - Stevens Tip Up Sporting Rifle

serial #15263, 22 RF, 24" part round part octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. This rifle has been rather nicely refinished retaining over 90% older reapplied thinning blue on the barrel with areas thinning to gray throughout, some small

Lot: 1563 - Savage Model 99-H Lever Action Carbine

serial #393210, 300 Savage, 22" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing just a little frosting. The metal surfaces of this last year 99-H retain about 95% original blue on the barrel with some minor thinning to silver, a few handling marks,

Lot: 1564 - Savage Model 1899-A Lever Action Rifle

serial #34160, 303 Savage, 26" barrel with a very good bore showing some light frosting and a few pinprick pits throughout. The barrel of this rifle retains about 90% older reapplied blue toning to smooth gray throughout along with areas thinning to

Lot: 1565 - Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver

serial #5610, .36 cal., 6 1/2" barrel with a very good bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver bear an even gray patina overall with scattered light pitting, perhaps moderate pitting in a few areas. The revolver has matching numbers on the frame,

Lot: 1566 - Remington Model 1889 Grade 2 Double Hammer Shotgun

serial #215863, 12 ga, 32" damascus twist steel barrels with about very good bores showing moderate pitting at the muzzle end. The barrels show an even brown patina with light scratches and specks of surface oxidation. The frame has toned to a

Lot: 1567 - Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle

serial #95017, 22 Long, 24" octagon barrel with a dark bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout much of its length but discernible rifling. The action retains 98% restored case colors with a few pinprick pits visible underneath the new

Lot: 1568 - Mann Accuracy Device with Scope and Pintle Mount

serial #3842114, 7.62 NATO, 22" heavy stainless barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some minor frosting. This device was converted into its current configuration using a Remington M1903A3 action. The action and floorplate retain 98% arsenal

Lot: 1569 - Mediterranean Miquelet Rattail Pistol

About .68 cal, 11 3/4" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel and lock on this pistol are a mottled dark gray and gunmetal patina with light oxidation staining, freckling and small dings scattered about. The barrel is lightly embellished with some

Lot: 1570 - Charles Parker Company No. 200 Dual-Wheel Coffee

This is the No. 200 size bench-top coffee grinder made by the Charles Parker Co. of Meriden Connecticut. The grinder itself remains in very nice condition retaining nearly all the original red paint on the body and both wheels and periphery of the

Lot: 1571 - Antique Will & Finck San Francisco Lime Squeezer

This is a super antique rosewood lime squeezer marked by famous San Francisco retailer Will & Finck, better known for their famous high quality Bowie knives and cutlery. The heavy silver-plated brass hinge at the head is decoratively cut and

Lot: 1572 - Antique New York State Powderhorn

This 11 1/2" horn features a somewhat flat softwood plug retained with seven square iron brads. The plug shows trace and remnants of its original varnish and has a vacant hole wear a hanger loop or ring was present, it is incise carved "G. Swa". The

Lot: 1573 - BSA Lee Speed Sporter Bolt Action Rifle

serial #15089, 303 British, 25" barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation throughout but evident Metford rifling. The metal surfaces show the remnants of an older rust blue with a few tiny spots of light pitting, some silvering on the exposed

Lot: 1574 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1276247, 32 WS, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with some light silvering on the exposed edges, a couple small spots of cleaned oxidation on the top left of receiver and a few spots fading

Lot: 1575 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #23150, 38 Rimless Smokeless, 4 1/2" barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation throughout but visible rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95% of a reapplied matte blue finish with some scattered freckling and two small spots of cleaned

Lot: 1576 - Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

serial #936844, 25 WCF, 24" round barrel with a very good bore that has a couple light pits and some scattered frosting but strong rifling. The receiver and lever retain about 20% original blue with the balance being a dull gray patina with some

Lot: 1577 - Remington Model 700 BDL Varmint Bolt Action Rifle

serial #B6540978, 222 Remington, 24" factory heavy barrel with a very good bore that has a couple small spots of pitting. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some dirt staining on the right side of barrel. The checkered walnut Monte

Lot: 1578 - Winchester Model 12 Riot Gun with Washington

serial #1487701, 12 Ga, 21" plain barrel choked cylinder with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with a few small spots of flaking and some scattered light silvering. The walnut stock rates very good with an added sling

Lot: 1579 - Ruger Mini 30 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #189-00025, 7.62x39, 18" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with no discernable dings. The original box correctly end-labeled to the gun, a manual, a

Lot: 1580 - Ruger Mini 30 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #189-10620, 7.62x39, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue. The walnut stock rates excellent with a couple dings on the comb. The rifle includes a factory 5-round magazine, a Bushnell 4x power Banner

Lot: 1581 - Ruger Mini 14 Ranch Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #187-58479, 223 Remington, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless metal surfaces rate excellent with a few light oxidation stain blemishes and some operational wear. The walnut stock rates excellent with a couple minor handling

Lot: 1582 - Ruger Mini 14 Ranch Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #195-49579, 223 Remington, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The blued buttplate retains 98% original blue while the stainless surfaces rate very good showing scattered light oxidation blemishes. The walnut stock rates excellent with a couple

Lot: 1583 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #3758653, 30-06, 24" 6-43 dated Remington barrel with an about very good bore that shows frosting in the grooves and a few pits near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 90% arsenal parkerized finish with freckling on receiver and bolt, scattered

Lot: 1584 - Russian SKS Semi-Auto Rifle by Tula

serial #NL5134, 7.62x39, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1952-dated rifle retain 98% arsenal refurbished blue finish with the expected area of discoloration on top cover and a few small spots of fading. The

Lot: 1585 - Swedish M96 Bolt Action Rifle by Carl Gustafs

serial #182589, 6.5x55 Swedish, 29" armory-threaded barrel with a very good bore that has some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this 1906-dated rifle retain 97% arsenal blue with some light silvering on the barrel, some scattered

Lot: 1586 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Smith

serial #3657192, 30-06, 24" 6-groove 3-43 dated Smith Corona barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and some sparse light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 90% arsenal parkerized finish with some light pitting

Lot: 1587 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Smith

serial #4829913, 30-06, 24" 4-groove 11-43 dated Smith Corona barrel with a very good bore that shows some light pitting near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% arsenal parkerized finish with some light silvering on the triggerguard, cosmoline

Lot: 1588 - Russian SKS Semi-Auto Rifle by Tula

serial #SA598/CCCP88562, 7.62x39, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1955-dated rifle retain 95% arsenal refurbished blue with the top cover turning to brown, scattered freckling on top cover and a few spots of light

Lot: 1589 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #3808087, 30-06, 24" 4-groove 7-43 dated Remington barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light pitting. The metal surfaces retain 93% of an arsenal parkerized finish with a few scattered light oxidation specks, some light fading

Lot: 1590 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Smith

serial #3640721, 30-06, 24" 6-groove 2-43 dated Smith Corona barrel with a very good bore that has some light pitting and frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 95% of an arsenal parkerized finish with the front sight blade having some

Lot: 1591 - Rare Gew 98 Dummy Training Rifle

This lot consists of a rare World War One German Gew 98 dummy training rifle and sling. The metal surfaces of the rifle are a dull gray patina with scattered pitting, traces of the original lacquer finish and oxidation. The beech stock rates about

Lot: 1592 - U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle by Springfield

serial #1322738, 30-06, 24" 7-29 dated Springfield barrel with a very good bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% of an arsenal parkerized finish with some scratches around front of barrel, scattered fading

Lot: 1593 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #3753695, 30-06, 24" 4-groove 4-43 dated Remington barrel with a good bore that shows frosting throughout and a few scattered pits. The metal surfaces show an arsenal parkerized finish that is turning to a brown patina with a few spots of

Lot: 1594 - German KAR 98A Bolt Action Carbine by Erfurt

serial #6929u, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1918-dated rifle retain perhaps 30% arsenal blue with the balance being a dull gray patina with a few tiny spots of light pitting

Lot: 1595 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #568271, 30-06, 26" High Standard barrel with a very good bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 93% of a gray arsenal parkerized finish with numerous dings around the receiver and some silvering around

Lot: 1596 - U.S. Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #159535, 30-40 Krag, 30" barrel with a good plus bore that shows some scattered pitting and frosting but evident rifling. The metal surfaces are mostly a dull gray patina with scattered areas of oxidation and freckling. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 1597 - Marlin 1894C Lever Action Carbine

serial #94213737, 357 Magnum, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this JM-stamped carbine retain 98-99% original blue finish. The checkered walnut stock rates very good a few moderate abrasions on the comb of the stock

Lot: 1598 - BSA Martini MKII International Falling Block Rifle

serial #FC1915, 22 LR, 26" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 50-60% original blue with flaking to gray and freckling along barrel, scattered areas turning to a brown patina and freckling. The walnut stock has an added wood

Lot: 1599 - HWZ Model 21 Falling Block Rifle by Weihrauch

serial #8226, 22 LR, 27 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this German Martini-style rifle retain 90% original blue with scattered freckling and flaking to brown. The bolt retains nearly all of its original case colors

Lot: 1600 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Eddystone

serial #1289788, 30-06, 26" 11-18 dated Eddystone barrel with an about very good bore that shows scattered pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 85% of an arsenal parkerized finish with scattered fading, some silvering on the exposed

Lot: 1601 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Winchester

serial #439825, 30-06, 26" Johnson Automatics barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal blue with scattered areas fading to brown and some oxidation staining spots. The walnut stock rates very

Lot: 1602 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #270073, 30-06, 26" 4-18 dated Remington barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light pitting and frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 75% of an arsenal quality blue with scattered fading to brown and freckling. The

Lot: 1603 - Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #84165, 7.7 Arisaka, 26" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light frosting. The metal surfaces of this 2nd series rifle retain perhaps 30% original blue with the balance turning to a dull gray patina with scattered areas of

Lot: 1604 - British No. 5 Mk 1 Bolt Action "Jungle Carbine" by

serial #X4425, 303 British, 19" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 9/46-dated carbine retain 50% black Suncorite finish with scattered fading to brown, flaking, freckling and a few tiny spots of light pitting. The

Lot: 1605 - Swedish M96 Bolt Action Rifle by Carl Gustafs

serial #302440, 6.5x55 Swedish, 29" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this 1912-dated rifle retain 85% arsenal blue with scattered fading and silvering on the exposed edges. The rear

Lot: 1606 - Swedish M94/14 Bolt Action Carbine by Carl Gustafs

serial #37924, 7mm Mauser, 17 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows perhaps some minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this 1906-dated carbine are mostly a dull gray patina with scattered traces of an arsenal blue finish,

Lot: 1607 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Eddystone

serial #900643, 30-06, 26" counterbored 9-18 dated Remington barrel with a poor to fair bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal blue and parkerized finishes with the buttplate being a gray patina,

Lot: 1608 - Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolver

serial #21579, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 3rd issue revolver retain 93-95% original blue with some silvering on the exposed edges and scattered light freckling. The un-numbered checkered Colt grips rate

Lot: 1609 - Colt Officer's Model Double Action Revolver

serial #21481, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 3rd issue revolver retain 90% original blue with some fading to gray on the front strap, a turn-line on cylinder, a couple pinprick pits, silvering on the

Lot: 1610 - Japanese Type 26 Double Action Revolver by Tokyo

serial #5449, 9mm Japanese Revolver, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright very good bore showing some minor frosting and very light scattered pinprick pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 90% dull arsenal reapplied blue with some thinning

Lot: 1611 - Japanese Type 26 Double Action Revolver by Tokyo

serial #17478, 9mm Japanese Revolver, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing a few traces of minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 88% dull arsenal reapplied blue with some high edge wear and thinning to

Lot: 1612 - French M16 Berthier Bolt Action Carbine by

serial #AC67869, 8mm Lebel, 17 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1918-dated carbine retain about 95% original dull arsenal blue with some scattered light scratches, some minor freckling and some high edge wear

Lot: 1613 - Winchester Thumb Trigger Model 99 Rifle

22 S / L, 18" barrel with a bright very good bore showing strong rifling and a few minor patches of pitting. The metal surfaces of this little rifle retain about 92% of an older reapplied blue with some high edge wear, some scattered scratches and

Lot: 1614 - French M1854 Lefaucheux Single Action Pinfire

serial #30982, 12mm Pinfire, 6 1/4" barrel with a good bore showing moderate pitting and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain a mix of original and reapplied blue with streaks of original blue along the barrel,

Lot: 1615 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Spreewerke

serial #53W, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright very good plus bore showing just a little minor frosting and a few tiny pits. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 97% Russian arsenal-applied dull blue with some small scattered dings, handling

Lot: 1616 - German Gewehr 242 (F) by St. Etienne

serial #G9321, 7.5 French, 22 3/4" barrel with a very good bore showing just a little frosting and rifling wear. The metal surfaces of this rifle have worn mostly to gray and silver with some streaks of the original black enamel finish in the

Lot: 1617 - Remington Model 81 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #36757, 35 Remington, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this October 1947-made rifle retain about 90% original blue with some high edge wear, some scattered light scratches, freckling and some areas of minor

Lot: 1618 - Remington Model 81 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #27632, 300 Savage, 22" barrel with a bright very good bore showing just a few tiny scattered pits. The metal surfaces of this May 1946-made rifle retain about 87% original blue with high edge wear, lower tang toned to gray, some scattered

Lot: 1619 - French Model 1886-93 Lebel Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #SR67701, 8mm Lebel, 31 1/2" barrel with a bright very good bore showing just a small patch of pitting toward the muzzle and some light frosting. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 80% arsenal reapplied dull blue toning to dark

Lot: 1620 - Savage Model 1899-A Lever Action Rifle

serial #92.218, 32-40, 26" barrel with a very good plus bore showing some very light pitting scattered throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1909-made rifle retain about 92% original blue on the barrel with some minor freckling, small areas of

Lot: 1621 - J.P. Sauer 38H Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #496120, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 90% original blue with some high edge and muzzle wear, some scattered freckling and gripstraps toning to gray. The muzzle end of the

Lot: 1622 - Remington New Model Police Cartridge Conversion

serial #16, 38 RF, 3 1/2" octagon barrel with a good bore showing moderate pitting but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a smooth gray and silver overall with areas of the cylinder and left side frame a

Lot: 1623 - Bacon Manufacturing Pocket Model Percussion

serial #348, .31 cal, 4" barrel with a bright very good plus bore showing just a few scattered light pits. The metal surfaces of this revolver have been cleaned and polished into the white with a few spots of freckling, tiny pinprick pitting and

Lot: 1624 - Henry Nock Screw Barrel Flintlock Muff Pistol

.50 cal, 1 3/4" smoothbore barrel with some minor oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces of this pistol have toned to a pleasing mix of smooth gray and brown with some minor dings and oxidation staining scattered about. Both sides of the frame are

Lot: 1625 - Unmarked French Flintlock Pocket Pistol

.48 cal, 3 1/4" part round part octagon barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this tiny pistol are a mix of lightly oxidized brown, gray and pewter with areas of cleaned pinprick pitting and freckling throughout. The iron

Lot: 1626 - Snider MKIII Single Shot Carbine by Enfield

serial #B978, 577 Snider, 19 1/4" barrel with a bright very good bore showing a few spots of light oxidation. The metal surfaces of the barrel, lock and breech have toned to a mix of smooth gray and lightly oxidized pewter with scattered oxidation

Lot: 1627 - Massachusetts Arms Co Adams Patent Pocket

serial #1221, .31 cal, 3 1/4" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling and patches of frosting and oxidation. The metal surfaces of this double action only revolver have worn to gunmetal overall with some traces of original

Lot: 1628 - James Reid Model 4 Dual Ignition Pocket Revolver

serial #3112, 32 RF or .31 cal percussion, 4" octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing some very light scattered oxidation. The barrel of this revolver retains about 70% original bright blue with some flaking and toning to gray, small

Lot: 1629 - Josiah Ells Pocket Model Double Action Percussion

serial #38, .31 cal, 3" octagon barrel with a dark oxidized bore showing rifling throughout. The barrel of this early first model retains scant streaks of original bright blue and has toned overall to a freckled gray with silvering of the high edges.

Lot: 1630 - National Arms Co. Single Shot No. 2 Deringer

serial #1367, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore that shows little remaining rifling. The metal surfaces of the barrel, hammer and trigger are a mottled mixture of gunmetal and dark gray with small dings and cleaned light pitting. The

Lot: 1631 - Japanese Type 26 Double Action Revolver by Tokyo

serial #54755, 9mm Japanese Revolver, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright very good bore showing a few small patches of oxidation. The metal surfaces of this late production revolver retain about 40% reapplied black paint over a gray phosphate finish with

Lot: 1632 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by H. Aston

.58 cal, 8 1/2" smoothbore barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this 1847-dated pistol have toned to a dark gray overall with lightly cleaned pitting and oxidation scattered about and the markings on the lockplate have softened

Lot: 1633 - Colt 1849 Pocket Model Percussion Revolver

serial #326415, .31 cal, 4" octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, some oxidation and light pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a dull oxidized grayish brown throughout with scattered small dings and

Lot: 1634 - Allen & Wheelock Large Frame Pocket Percussion

serial #109, .34 cal, 3" octagon barrel with a dark oxidized bore still showing some strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have mostly worn to gunmetal with some scattered dings, pinprick pitting and light oxidation staining.

Lot: 1635 - Navy Arms No. 5 Paterson Holster Model Percussion

serial #20, .36 cal., 9" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This reproduction is displayed in a hardwood presentation case with accessories. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a few minor handling marks. The smooth walnut

Lot: 1636 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #171K101, 357 Magnum, 4" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1980's-made gun retains about 98% factory blue with light muzzle wear, a few scattered scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service hammer and smooth combat

Lot: 1637 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-2 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #K493042, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has German proof marks, is importer-stamped along with a number of other markings. The metal surfaces of this 1962-made revolver retain about 95% factory blue with the

Lot: 1638 - Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 22/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #M101252, 22 LR, 4 1/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has German proof marks and is importer-stamped on the barrel. The metal surfaces of this late 1970's-made revolver retain about 95% factory blue with thinning finish

Lot: 1639 - Smith & Wesson Model 15-3 Combat Masterpiece

serial #17K0951, 38 Special, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has German proof marks and is importer-stamped on the barrel. This later 1970s-made gun retains about 99% factory blue with a few handling marks and a turn ring on

Lot: 1640 - Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #J245705, 38 Special, 1 7/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1970's-made revolver retains about 98% factory blue with a light turn ring on the cylinder and light freckling on the triggerguard. The service type trigger and

Lot: 1641 - Ruger Old Model Super Blackhawk Revolver

serial #23447, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1966 made revolver retains about 98% factory blue and anodized finishes with scattered light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth walnut factory grips with black

Lot: 1642 - Browning Arms Co. FN "Baby" Model Semi-Auto Vest

serial #313379, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1965-made pistol retains about 99% factory blue. The replacement wood grips rate excellent and have the #50 and Browning 25 Auto on the back but are not marked with the manufacturer.

Lot: 1643 - Glock Model 21 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #ADL915US, 45 ACP, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 99% Tenifer black finish and the black polymer frame rates excellent. This pistol is equipped with Trijicon three-dot night sights that no longer glow. The

Lot: 1644 - Beretta Model 92FS Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #L25704Z, 9mm, 4 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent and the frame retains 99% anodized finish. The checkered black synthetic grips with Beretta logo rate excellent. This pistol features red-colored

Lot: 1645 - Sig Sauer P220 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #G194199, 45 ACP, 4 3/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This West German-made gun has proofs dated 1992 and retains about 99% factory black and anodized finishes. The checkered synthetic factory grips rate excellent. This pistol features a

Lot: 1646 - Fabrique Nationale Model 150 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #33099U3S, 22 LR, 5 1/8" ventilated rib shortened heavy round barrel with an excellent bore. This importer-marked pistol has had the barrel shortened and the front sight remounted. The metal surfaces retain about 95% factory blue with most of

Lot: 1647 - High Standard Supermatic Citation Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #2256102, 22 LR, 5 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This model 104 pistol has German Munich proof marks dated 1971 and is importer-marked. The metal surfaces retain about 97% factory blue with scattered light handling marks plus a

Lot: 1648 - Beretta Model 76W Target Pistol

serial #A23467U, 22 LR, 5 5/8" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1975 proof-dated and importer-marked pistol retains about 95% factory blue and crackle paint finishes with scattered scratches, edge wear and a few other handling marks. The

Lot: 1649 - Browning Challenger Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #15713U69, 22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely pistol retains about 99% plus original factory blue. The checkered walnut one-piece factory grips rate excellent. The pistol has the signature gold trigger, factory adjustable

Lot: 1650 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting light stains from oxidation. This pistol has Munich proofs dated 1982 on the barrel which has been lightly cleaned to gunmetal gray with light tool marks on the barrel grind that also exhibits

Lot: 1651 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of the barrel have toned to brown with a fairly smooth grind mark showing a welding flaw. The barrel is Munich proofed with a date of 1982. The remainder of the gun has been cleaned

Lot: 1652 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel has a smooth grind mark and about 30-40% has heavily oxidized pitting with the remainder a mix of brown and corrosion resistant gray finish. The remaining metal surfaces retain about 60% plus

Lot: 1653 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

5 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore with light scattered oxidation stains. The barrel is Ulm-proofed with a date of 1980 and has a smooth grind mark with minor welding imperfections. The metal surfaces are cleaned to pewter with about 20% of the

Lot: 1654 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a very good bore exhibiting scattered oxidation. The metal surfaces have been cleaned to pewter with scattered oxidation stains and pitting in addition to a few handling marks. The barrel was also cleaned to pewter, has a

Lot: 1655 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The barrel has a Munich proof mark and is dated 1982 in addition to a smooth grind mark with a "[circle]F" stamped on the grind. It is not clear the purpose of the circle f mark. The metal surfaces are

Lot: 1656 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The barrel has a Munich proof mark dated 1982 and a smooth grind mark with a few welding imperfections. The metal has been cleaned to bright pewter with a few areas of pitting and couple of handling

Lot: 1657 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel has a Munich proof mark dated 1982 and a smooth grind mark with one welding imperfection. The metal has been cleaned to bright pewter with scattered areas of moderate pitting, some oxidation

Lot: 1658 - Smith & Wesson Victory Model Revolver

serial #993519, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this early war revolver retain about 96% original factory parkerized finish with the grip frame thinning, high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and handling

Lot: 1659 - Colt Second Generation U.S.A. Bicentennial

serial #1731DG, .44 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. Overall, this fine commemorative retains about 97% factory finishes. The barrel and cylinder have rich blue finish with scattered light scratches on the barrel and turn ring on the

Lot: 1660 - High Standard Supermatic Citation Military

serial #1980186, 22 LR, 5 1/2" bull barrel with an excellent bore. This Hamden Connecticut-produced model 107 series pistol retains about 99% factory blue with a few scattered light scratches, minor freckling and a few other handling marks. The

Lot: 1661 - High Standard Supermatic Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #610920, 22 LR, 6 3/4" bull barrel with an excellent bore. This series 101 Hamden Connecticut-made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with scattered light handling marks, edge wear and most of the loss to the knuckle areas that have worn to

Lot: 1662 - Sigarms P229 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #AL38104, 40 S&W, 3 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of the slide and operating controls rate very good to excellent with a few light scratches. The frame retains about 99% factory anodized finish. The

Lot: 1663 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto

serial #50494, 2 1/8" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. Produced in 1911 this pistol retains about 95% factory blue and case-hardened colors with high edge wear, pinprick pits and handling wear. The case-hardened colors on the grip safety and thumb

Lot: 1664 - Smith & Wesson Model 60 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #R179528, 38 Special, 1 7/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate about excellent with scattered light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service trigger and hammer retain full hard chrome finish.

Lot: 1665 - Smith & Wesson Model 67 Combat Masterpiece

serial #5K21703, 38 Special, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The service trigger and hammer retain full hard chrome finish. The checkered walnut factory

Lot: 1666 - Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #J351607, 38 Special, 3" pinned standard barrel with an excellent bore. This mid 1970's-made revolver retains about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The service hammer and trigger retain bold case-hardened colors. The

Lot: 1667 - Smith & Wesson Model 59 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A409558, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 99% factory blue and anodized finishes. The checkered black factory nylon grips with S&W logo rate excellent. This pistol features a serrated ramp front sight,

Lot: 1668 - Smith & Wesson Model 17 K-22 Masterpiece Target

serial #K418418, 22 LR, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This 1960-made revolver retains about 96% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder, backstrap starting to thin to brown and a few minor scratches.

Lot: 1669 - Custom Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Revolver

serial #82-90518, 44 Magnum, 4 5/8" unknown replacement barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces have professionally-applied hard chrome finish with about 98% remaining. There is a light turn ring on the cylinder, edge wear on the front of

Lot: 1670 - Colt Agent Revolver

serial #275071LW, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1969-made revolver retain about 98% factory blue and anodized finishes with a faint turn ring on the cylinder, and very light high edge wear on the barrel and

Lot: 1671 - U.S. Model 1909 Revolver by Colt

serial #37240, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting very mild frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1911-made gun have about 85% reapplied glass bead blue with the grip frame worn to brown, high edge wear, a few small dents,

Lot: 1672 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Single Action

serial #48678, 32 S&W, 3" barrel with an excellent bore displaying a few spots of oxidized pitting. The metal surfaces retain about 97% factory nickel plate with scattered light freckling, minor bubbling and scratches. The hammer has bold

Lot: 1673 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Single Action

serial #2081, 32 S&W, 3" barrel with an excellent bore displaying limited minor pitting. The metal surfaces retain about 95% factory nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes, limited pitting, scratches and multiple turn rings on the

Lot: 1674 - Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A413644, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This late 1970's pistol retains about 97% blue and anodized finishes with a few light scratches and edge wear. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver S&W medallions rate very good to

Lot: 1675 - Browning Gold Fusion Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #113MM23303, 12 ga, 26" ventilated rib Invector Plus Chrome barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 95% original blue and the receiver shows significant operational wear, mostly on the left side with scratches and

Lot: 1676 - Browning Bar 22 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #01413RP166, .22 LR, 20 1/4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with only minor scratches on the left side of the receiver. The checkered walnut pistolgrip buttstock and forend rate

Lot: 1677 - Ruger M77 Hawkeye Bolt Action Rifle

serial #711-12890, 6.5 Creedmoor, 26" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue, the loss due to a few light scratches on the left side of the barrel toward the muzzle. The checkered walnut

Lot: 1678 - Antonio Zoli Boxlock Over Under Shotgun

serial #T107166, 12 ga, 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and tight full with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue with only minor handling marks. The coin-finished frame is engraved with border and tight

Lot: 1679 - Browning Auto 22 Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #53712PW146, 22 LR, 19" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue finish with light scratches on the left side of the receiver. The receiver is engraved in a light foliate and geometric border

Lot: 1680 - Browning Bar Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #38864M8, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. The checkered walnut pistolgrip buttstock and forend rate excellent with perhaps some very minor handling marks and flakes in

Lot: 1681 - Browning Bar Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #14289M69, .308 Win, 22" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with a small contaminant stain on the left side of the receiver and minor pitting and oxidation staining on the right side.

Lot: 1682 - Ruger All Weather 77/17 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #703-14755, 17 HMR, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% of the matte stainless steel "Target Gray" finish with moderate pitting, scratches and oxidation staining, mostly at the muzzle end. The

Lot: 1683 - Walther Model SSV Varmint Single Shot Bolt Action

serial #003969, 22LR, 25 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80% original thinning blue with areas of pitting and oxidation staining throughout. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo pistolgrip stock rates very

Lot: 1684 - Remington Model Seven Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7624732, 243 Win, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip stock rates very good to near excellent with minor handling marks and flaking of

Lot: 1685 - Remington Model Seven Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7626380, 223 Rem, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip stock rates excellent with only minor handling marks. This rifle features an engine

Lot: 1686 - Remington Model Seven Youth Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7745626, 243 Win, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. The plain birch pistolgrip and schnabel forend rate excellent. This youth rifle features an engine turned bolt, ramp front

Lot: 1687 - Remington Model Seven Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7631441, 243 Win, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip and schnabel forend stock rates excellent. This rifle features an engine turned

Lot: 1688 - Custom Remington 1903A3 Sporting Rifle

serial #4157725, 35 Whelen, 25 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of the Flaig's barrel retain about 98% of a reapplied satin blue finish. The original military stock has been replaced with a one-piece smooth walnut

Lot: 1689 - Custom Mauser Sporting Rifle on Brunn G33/40

serial #8112, 8mm Mauser, 19" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1942-dated rifle retain about 95% original blue with a few light scratches and a small area of pinprick pitting and oxidation staining near the

Lot: 1690 - Hammerli Model 1898 Magazine Sporting Rifle

serial #925-2, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Swiss-made rifle retain about 98% original blue with scattered minor pinprick pitting and oxidation staining. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip stock

Lot: 1691 - Custom FN Mauser Sporter De Luxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #2663, 6.5x55 Swedish, 23" A.G.W.-marked barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 92% of a thinning reapplied blue. The bolt handle is still in-the-white with only minor pitting, it is matching to the gun and

Lot: 1692 - Antonio Zoli Golden Snipe Over Under Shotgun

serial #139493, 12 ga, 30" ventilated rib barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue. The coin-finished boxlock frame remains bright with light foliate scroll along the top, geometric borders along the sides and

Lot: 1693 - Custom FN Mauser Sporter De Luxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #13374, 30-06, 22" Griffin & Howe barrel with a bright very good bore with some minor frosting. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original maker blue with moderate pinprick pitting and oxidation staining along its length. The bolt knob

Lot: 1694 - Custom Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #22188, 22LR, 24" professionally shortened heavy barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 98% original blue. This rifle has been professionally restocked as well with a Monte Carlo-style checkered walnut

Lot: 1695 - Custom Husqvarna FFV Bolt Action Rifle

serial #507016, 8mm-06, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original blue with areas of light scratches on the barrel and the receiver is toning to plum. The Monte Carlo-style checkered burled walnut

Lot: 1696 - Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #886422, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with minor scuff marks on the barrel, the receiver is toning to plum and the bolt body is nicely jeweled. The Monte Carlo-style

Lot: 1697 - Custom Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #413387, 35 Whelen, 24" replacement barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98% original maker blue and the satin finish receiver is toning to plum. The Monte Carlo style checkered walnut pistolgrip stock rates

Lot: 1698 - Japanese Tanegashima Matchlock Musket

About 54 cal., 33 1/4" octagon barrel with a moderately oxidized bore. The barrel itself is a dark brown lightly oxidized patina showing scattered light pitting, a bit more moderate nearer the breech. It is sighted with a simple copper blade front

Lot: 1699 - J.C. Reilly Percussion Double Fowler

serial #7869, 12 ga, 31" damascus barrels with very good lightly pitted bores. The barrels display a beautiful damascus pattern with light pinprick pitting around the breech area. The top rib is marked "J.C. REILLY. NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON." The

Lot: 1700 - Glock Model 22 Gen 3 Semi-Auto Pistol

erial #DDR560US, 40 S&W, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original matte blue with some light fading along the edges of the slide. The black polymer frame rates excellent and features finger

Lot: 1701 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #56-87943, .45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent showing some scattered superficial scratches and a turn ring along the cylinder. The revolver has a standard blade front sight and square

Lot: 1702 - Prussian Pioneer Battalion Pickelhaube Helmet

This leather shell helmet shows scattered crazing, flaking, crackling and dirt staining. The hardware appears to be a dull gray phosphate finish that is dulling to a brown patina with scattered light oxidation and the tip of the spike appears

Lot: 1703 - German M16 Stahlhelm

This is a German M16 stahlhelm with a dark green feldgrau paint. The paint is turning to a dull brown patina with scattered flaking, oxidation and some tan staining around the rivets. The interior has the same dark green feldgrau paint with scattered

Lot: 1704 - German M17 Stahlhelm

This is a German M17 Stahlhelm helmet with an apfelgrun paint. The paint has a few scuffs, light oxidation spots and some dirt staining. The interior of the helmet shows the same apfelgrun paint with scattered light oxidation, a few heavier oxidation

Lot: 1705 - German Luftschutz Helmet

This is a German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint shows scattered light flaking spots, light oxidation and some minor bubbling. The interior shows the same paint with scattered light flaking, minor bubbling and light oxidation. The

Lot: 1706 - German Luftschutz Helmet

This is a German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint shows scattered scratches, light flaking and oxidation. The interior has the same dark blue paint with scattered light flaking and oxidation and the rear of the helmet is stamped

Lot: 1707 - German Police Stahlhelm

This is a German lightweight police helmet with a dark blue feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered small spots of flaking, light oxidation, scuffs and freckling. The interior has the same dark blue feldgrau with scattered flaking, oxidation and

Lot: 1708 - Custom CZ Model VZ24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

serial #2009, 22-250, 24" heavy B. Fuller barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% commercial blue that has some light handling and edge wear. The bolt body has a fading jeweled pattern. The bi-tonal laminate hardwood Monte

Lot: 1709 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #BJJ1947, .357 Magnum, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces rate near excellent with overall light scratches, a few minor scuffs and a light turn ring along the cylinder. The standard hammer and smooth combat trigger rate

Lot: 1710 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 Second Issue Revolver

serial #84020, 22 Short, 3 3/16" ribbed octagon barrel with an about very good bore having evident rifling but scattered pitting. The barrel retains an overall gray-brown patina with traces of original blue along the barrel flutes and fine oxidation

Lot: 1711 - Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A143411, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue and anodized finishes with loss due to holster and high edge wear as well as a spot or two of light oxidation staining on the barrel and near

Lot: 1712 - Walther PPK/S Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #234105S, .380 ACP, 3 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Interarms-imported pistol retain 98% original blue with a few light scratches and silvering along some of the high edges. The barrel, slide, and frame

Lot: 1713 - Winchester Model 9422 Lever Action Rifle

serial #F636921, 22 S,L,LR, 20 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few scattered light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stocks rate excellent and have a few light dings. The

Lot: 1714 - Ruger No.3 Falling Block Carbine

serial #130-53171, 22 Hornet, 22" pre-warning barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue which has some light handling marks and some tiny specks of light surface oxidation throughout. The smooth walnut

Lot: 1715 - Remington Model 700 BDL Bolt Action Rifle

serial #C6477535, 35 Whelen, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks throughout. The bolt body remains bright and retains most of its bright jeweled pattern. The

Lot: 1716 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1120582, 30-30, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 88% original blue with some thinning to gray along the barrel, small scratches, oxidation staining on the barrel band and further scattered

Lot: 1717 - Winchester Model 70 XTR Bolt Action Rifle

serial #G1803112, 6.5x55, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks scattered about. The bolt body remains in the white and has all of its bright jeweled pattern.

Lot: 1718 - Winchester Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #A241285, 284 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with some light edge wear and light handling marks throughout. The walnut stock rates excellent and features basketweave press checkering

Lot: 1719 - Winchester Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #195619, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some light handling marks throughout. There are some light dings or tool marks on the outer edge of the muzzle. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 1720 - Winchester Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #182900, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original blue with some light edge wear and light handling marks throughout. The walnut stock rates excellent and features basketweave press checkering

Lot: 1721 - Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #T00600, 22 LR, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with some light wear along the edges of the receiver grooves and some very light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut Monte

Lot: 1722 - Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #T07516, 22 LR, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with areas of light wear and some sparse light scattered surface oxidation throughout. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates

Lot: 1723 - Browning Bar Deluxe Grade II Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #53533M8, 308 Win, 22" barrel with a very good bore that has some very light speckled pitting and fine oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue with areas of light handling and edge wear and some areas of

Lot: 1724 - Browning Bar Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #137PV04384, 308 Win, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks along the bearing surfaces. The checkered walnut stocks rate excellent and have a few light

Lot: 1725 - Browning Bar Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #137PY13463, 30-06, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with light handling marks throughout and some light brown patina around the muzzle crown. The checkered walnut stocks rate near

Lot: 1726 - Remington Model 510-T Bolt Action Rifle

serial #A1123568, 22 LR, 24" heavy barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks. The checkered walnut stock rates near excellent and has a few small dings and light

Lot: 1727 - Austin & Halleck Model 420 Bolt Action Percussion

serial #0001625, .50 Caliber, 27 1/2" part round part octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks. The deluxe fancy grade checkered tiger strip maple stock rates

Lot: 1728 - Browning Auto Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #56954PZ146, 22 LR, 19 1/2" barrel with threaded muzzle and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks noted. The receiver has factory foliate scroll engraving on either side. The

Lot: 1729 - Remington Model 1100 Special Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #P179927V, 12 ga., 21" ventilated rib barrel with screw-in choke and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks. The checkered walnut forearm and straight grip buttstock

Lot: 1730 - Marlin 39 Century Ltd. Lever Action Rifle

serial #5885, 22 S,L,LR, 20" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a speck or two of oxidation and a light handling mark or two. The select walnut stock and forearm rate about excellent

Lot: 1731 - Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #10116, 22 R.F., 10"-part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The barrel of this second issue pistol has toned to brown with a few streaks of faded blue in the protected areas of

Lot: 1732 - Stevens No. 34 Hunters Pet Pocket Rifle

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #1783, 32 CF, 18" octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of the barrel and hammer are brown with scattered oxidation blemishes, pitting and edge wear. The frame retains about

Lot: 1733 - S. Nock Swivel Barrel Center Hammer Double

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #7361, .35 cal., 2 1/4" screw out smoothbore barrels with lightly oxidized and pitted bores. Each barrel is numbered to breech. The metal surfaces retain about 99% later re-applied blue finish with old

Lot: 1734 - Italian Chouleyer Flintlock Pistol

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot .68 cal., 7 1/2" part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces are brown with oxidation blemishes, pitting and a few handling marks. The one-piece wood stock rates about good

Lot: 1735 - Engraved Model 1848 Baby Dragoon Percussion

Description Update (11/2/17): No lot serial #8191, .31 cal., 3 7/8" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. This Dragoon has been engraved, refinished and bears London markings on the barrel that appear to have been refreshed. The receiver and the

Lot: 1736 - Ruger New Model Super Single Six SSM Revolver

serial #650-03124, 32 H&R Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver retains about 99% factory blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth walnut factory grips with silver Ruger Phoenix rate near

Lot: 1737 - Early Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver

serial #526, .36 cal., 6 1/2" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1861-made revolver are dull gray with evenly scattered light pitting. The revolver has the early iron backstrap and triggerguard strap assemblies that

Lot: 1738 - Colt Official Police Revolver

serial #554526, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this very nice 1929-made revolver retain about 97% factory blue with light forward edge wear, two small spots of silvering on the backstrap, one spot on the side of

Lot: 1739 - Smith & Wesson Model 624 .44 Target Revolver

serial #AHB2674, 44 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate about very good with multiple scattered light scratches, turn ring on the cylinder and a few spots of oxidation on the top strap. The .400" target

Lot: 1740 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-3 K-22 Masterpiece Target

serial #10K8901, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This gun has been factory refurbished and the metal surfaces retain about 99% factory reapplied blue with a few light pits visible under the new finish and a faint turn ring on the

Lot: 1741 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-2 K-22 Masterpiece Target

serial #K608882, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little K-frame has been factory refurbished and retains about 99% factory reapplied blue with a light turn ring on the recessed cylinder and signs of minor pinprick pitting

Lot: 1742 - Smith & Wesson Model 14-3 K-38 Masterpiece Target

serial #1K18585, 38 Special, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this early 1970's-made gun retain about 96% factory blue with light oxidation blemishes, high edge wear, handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 1743 - Bushmaster XM15-E2S A2 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #L268359, 223/5.56mm NATO, 20" with a 1:9 rate of twist and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Windham, ME-built rifle retain about 98-99% original phosphate finish with some light handling wear and some minor brass marks on

Lot: 1744 - Ruger Model 77 RsSBZ MKII Bolt Action Rifle

serial #786-78499, 270 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. This all stainless steel rifle's metal surfaces remain bright and excellent, a few light handling marks are present on the bottom metal. The green/black laminate stock rates excellent and

Lot: 1745 - Rollin White Arms Company Pocket Revolver

serial #910, 22 RF, 3" octagon barrel with an about very good bore having strong rifling with scattered minor pitting. This first type revolver bears the "Made For Smith & Wesson" barrel address and is in quite nice condition. The barrel and

Lot: 1746 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 Second Issue Revolver

serial #34296, 22 Short, 3 3/16" ribbed octagon barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling but with scattered minor pitting. The barrel retains an overall smooth brown patina with generous traces of original blue in protected areas along with

Lot: 1747 - E.A. Prescott Pocket Model Revolver

serial #73, 32 RF, 4" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing some light oxidation and a few pinprick pits. The barrel on this revolver is a mix of gunmetal and thinning blue retaining perhaps 20% original blue on the barrel flats. There are a

Lot: 1748 - James Reid "My Friend" Knuckleduster

serial #13198, 22 RF, 1 1/2" seven-shot cylinder with good bores showing some minor pitting and oxidation throughout. The cylinder, base pin, hammer and trigger have mostly toned to gunmetal with some freckling, lightly cleaned oxidation staining

Lot: 1749 - Colt Model 1877 Lightning Double Action Revolver

serial #85402, 38 Colt, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing strong rifling and a few patches of oxidation. The metal surfaces of this 1892-made revolver have mostly toned to gunmetal and dark gray patina with scattered freckling and light

Lot: 1750 - Sharps Model 1A Pepperbox Deringer

serial #23510, 22 RF, 2 1/2" four-barrel cluster with bright very good bores showing some light scattered oxidation. The metal surfaces of the barrel cluster have mostly toned to a pleasant dark gray patina with some minor freckling, oxidation

Lot: 1751 - Connecticut Arms Hammond Bulldog Single Shot

serial #4235, 44 RF, 4" octagon barrel with a good bore showing light pitting, oxidation and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this large deringer retain about 88% older reapplied nickel finish with some high edge wear, small dings,

Lot: 1752 - German ZF4 Scope by Opticotechna GMBH

serial #44855, the scope tube retains 85% original phosphate with scattered freckling and fading to brown. The scope is marked "ZF K 43 dow (triangle)/44855" and the elevation knobs are stiff. The scope has a post reticle and the optics are dark and

Lot: 1753 - English Center Hammer Screw Barrel Percussion Muff

.44 cal, 1 3/4" smoothbore barrel with a near excellent bore showing a little fine frosting throughout. This little pistol remains in very nice condition with the barrel retaining about 92% original blue that shows some minor thinning to brownish

Lot: 1754 - Unmarked European Screw Barrel Percussion Muff

.44 cal, 2 1/2" smoothbore barrel with a good bore showing some light oxidation throughout. The barrel features a rather nice etched damascus-style pattern that has softened a little but remains visible throughout. The barrel is mostly toned to

Lot: 1755 - Unmarked European Center Hammer Percussion Coat

.54 cal, 3 1/4" smooth bore octagon barrel with a good lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this pistol have mostly worn to gunmetal and the barrel retains very strong etched damascus-style pattern throughout. The frame is embellished with

Lot: 1756 - Smith & Wesson Model 15-4 Combat Masterpiece

serial #34K0104, 38 Special, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This late 1970's revolver retains about 97% original blue with light edge wear, a few oxidation stains, scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .500"

Lot: 1757 - Smith & Wesson Model 1903 Hand Ejector Revolver

serial #3533, 32 S&W long, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This early revolver retains about 95% original nickel finish with scattered oxidation blemishes, scratches and turn ring on the cylinder. The service trigger and hammer retain

Lot: 1758 - Smith & Wesson Model 37 Chiefs Special Airweight

serial #J935524, 38 Special, 3" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this square butt revolver retain about 99% original blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The service hammer and trigger retain robust

Lot: 1759 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-7 Chiefs Special Lady

serial #BNP2114, 38 Special, 1 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The frosted stainless steel surfaces rate very good to excellent with a light turn ring on the cylinder and scattered scratches. The smooth combat trigger and service hammer retain

Lot: 1760 - Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

serial #8954, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1934-made revolver retain about 90% original blue with the grip frame toning to smoky gray, edge wear, thinning finish, turn ring on the

Lot: 1761 - Colt Police Positive Revolver

serial #4080, 38 Colt New Police, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This second-year production (1906) revolver retains about 95% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin, high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and handling marks. The

Lot: 1762 - Browning BDA-380 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #425PT06086, 380 ACP, 3 13/16" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1986-made pistol retains about 99% original blue. The smooth walnut factory grips with gold browning "Buck Mark" medallions rate excellent. This pistol features a round fixed

Lot: 1763 - U.S. Model 1917 Revolver by Smith & Wesson

serial #129082, 45 ACP, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This gun was made around October 1918 and retains about 75% original blue with most of the loss due to the grip frame and receiver which are toning to brown and pewter possibly from blood

Lot: 1764 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Tip-Up Revolver

serial #36259, 32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with a very lightly frosted bore. This lovely little 1 1/2 was refurbished by the factory in June, 1945. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original nickel plate with a few scattered oxidation blemishes, scratches

Lot: 1765 - Remington Model 1867 / 1870 Navy Rolling Block

serial #4344, 50 CF, 7" barrel with a bright bore exhibiting scattered oxidation and pitting. Author Jerry Landskron in his excellent book Remington Rolling Block Pistols refers to this as the model 1870 but Mr. Flayderman uses model 1867. Whichever

Lot: 1766 - Sig Sauer P239 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #SBU013540, 9mm, 3 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% black and anodized finishes with light high edge wear on the rear of the slide and a small scratch by the front sight dovetail. The replacement pebble

Lot: 1767 - U.S. Model 1860 Staff & Field Officers Sword

30" straight blade. This a rather neat sword present by the sword maker to the regiment rifle team. The blade is etched with scrolls, panoplies of arms and "U.S." and the reverse ricasso is etched "FRANK / HENDERSON / Kalamazoo / Mich". The gold wash

Lot: 1768 - U.S. Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber by Ames

32" curved single fuller blade. The blades shows brush marks from an old cleaning and is starting to acquire a bright silver patina with some scattered very fine staining and an occasional nick here and there. The obverse ricasso is marked "U.S. /

Lot: 1769 - B.C. Miroku Field Grade Over Under Shotgun

serial #M359026, 20 ga., 28" ventilated barrels choked full and modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 95% original blue with several light handling marks along its length. The receiver and lever are engraved with both scroll and

Lot: 1770 - Taurus Circuit Judge Revolving Rifle

serial #DY6003, .45 Colt / .410 bore, 18 1/2" rifled barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with a couple of minor scratches along the barrel. The hammer and trigger show vibrant case-hardened colors

Lot: 1771 - American Arms Silver Over Under Shotgun

serial #F.S.9511520-76, 20 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked full and modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% original blue with a few light superficial marks and the brushed alloy receiver has a few scattered spots of very

Lot: 1772 - Ruger New Model Blackhawk Revolver

serial #32-17137, .357 Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue and anodized finish with a few minor scratches, spots of light fine oxidation staining that is concentrated mostly on the hammer,

Lot: 1773 - Ruger New Model Blackhawk Revolver

serial #51-03789, .30 Carbine, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue and anodized finishes with loss due to silvering at the muzzle. There are a few scattered scratches and a small spot on the left

Lot: 1774 - Ruger New Model Blackhawk Revolver

serial #47-72932, .45 Colt, 4 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with a couple of spots of light silvering along the muzzle and a spot of flaking on the left side of the rear

Lot: 1775 - Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Revolver

serial #82-26932, .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with a few scattered light handling marks and a light turn ring along the cylinder. There are spots of light

Lot: 1776 - Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #HAH6010, 9mm, 4 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% of their original black Melonite finish and the textured polymer frame rates excellent. The pistol has added Trijicon illuminated sights that have lost

Lot: 1777 - Smith & Wesson M&P 45 Compact Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #HSD0102, 45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original black Melonite finish and the polymer frame with textured front strap and removable backstrap rates excellent. The pistol features standard fixed low

Lot: 1778 - Auto-Ordnance 1911 A1 Standard Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #E09231, .45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% of their original blue finish with several light scratches in the surface, some light silvering along some of the high edges and a spot or two of light pinprick

Lot: 1779 - Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #HMU1820, 9mm, 4 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% of their black Melonite finish showing only minor surface scratches. The textured polymer frame with integral Picatinny rail rates excellent. The pistol

Lot: 1780 - Benelli Supernova Tactical Slide-Action Shotgun

serial #Z356596, 12 ga., 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% of their original matte black finish with a few light handling marks and the matte black synthetic pistolgrip stock rates excellent. The shotgun has a

Lot: 1781 - Winchester Model 94 Theodore Roosevelt

serial #TR14254, 30-30 Win., 20" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, magazine tube, lever and bolt retain 98% original blue with a few light handling marks. The receiver, forend cap, buttplate, hammer and trigger retain 99%

Lot: 1782 - Savage Model 99EG Lever Action Rifle

serial #908866, 308 Win, 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. This rifle appears to be a late 1950's production rifle and it remains in extremely fine original condition. The metal surfaces retain 98% strong original blue overall while the

Lot: 1783 - Unmarked Belgian Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #6837, 12 ga, 26 3/4" sunken rib Electro Compound Steel barrels choked improved modified and tight full with bright about excellent bores. The Jean Delcour-Dupont-made barrels retain about 90% original thinning blue toning nicely to plum, the

Lot: 1784 - Remington Model 30 Express Bolt Action Rifle

serial #8997, 30 Rem, 22" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original thinning blue, the loss due to fading on the front and rear sight bands, light scratches, handling

Lot: 1785 - Colt Second Generation Model 1860 Army Percussion

serial #207493, .44 cal., 8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely "second genny" has the earlier style fully fluted cylinder and has the cuts and studs for mounting a shoulder stock. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue and

Lot: 1786 - Colt Second Generation Third Model Dragoon

serial #25254, .44 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel and cylinder retain about 99% original blue. The frame, hammer and loading lever have beautiful case-hardened colors. The brass grip frame rates excellent. The smooth one-piece

Lot: 1787 - Colt Police Positive Target Model Revolver

serial #15826, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1918-made pistol retain about 90% plus original blue with lightly cleaned oxidized pitting on the frame and barrel, oxidized pitting on the cylinder and frame

Lot: 1788 - Colt Police Positive Revolver

serial #224015, 32 Colt New Police, 4" barrel with traces of minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1927-made gun retain about 97% original blue with slight edge wear, heel of the butt toning to pewter, a few oxidation blemishes and scratches.

Lot: 1789 - Ruger Old Army Percussion Revolver

serial #145-03167, .45 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate very good with scattered light scratches and handling marks. The smooth walnut factory grips with silver Ruger Phoenix rate very good with a few

Lot: 1790 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Tip-Up Revolver

serial #120655, 32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with several areas of oxidized pitting. The metal surfaces of this second issue revolver retain about 98% original nickel plate exhibiting scattered light scratches and a few oxidation blemishes with minor pitting

Lot: 1791 - Randall Service Model-Cl A231 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #RF0003031C, 45 ACP, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. Randall's model designation for this gun indicates it is a right-hand Service Model-C, flat top slide, adjustable sights and chambered in 45 ACP. The stainless steel surfaces rate

Lot: 1792 - Colt Second Generation Model 1847 Walker

serial 12135, .44 cal., 9" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting a very small lightly oxidized and pinprick pitted section. This big horse pistol retains about 99% factory finishes with a few tiny scratches on the blue barrel, backstrap and

Lot: 1793 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Tip-Up Revolver

serial #89629, 32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with a lightly pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this second issue revolver retain about 97% original nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes and freckling, light scratches and a moderate turn ring

Lot: 1794 - Smith & Wesson Second Model Safety Hammerless

serial #152224, 32 S&W (Short), 3" barrel with a few areas of pitting in the bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original nickel plate with scattered freckling, oxidation stains, lightly flaking finish and handling marks. The blue trigger

Lot: 1795 - Smith & Wesson First Model Safety Hammerless

serial #80675, 32 S&W (Short), 3 1/2" barrel with scattered pitting in the bore. The metal surfaces retain about 96% original nickel plate with scattered freckling, oxidation stains, pitting, minor bubbling and handling marks. The blue trigger

Lot: 1796 - Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 1/2 Single Action

serial #69763, 32 S&W (Short), 3 1/2" barrel with scattered pitting in the bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% plus original nickel plate with flaking on the sideplate, scattered oxidation blemishes, minor pitting and handling marks. The

Lot: 1797 - U.S. Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber by Ames

32" curved single fuller blade. The blade retains much original bright finish with some scattered fine staining and scabbard marks; the main edge shows a few tiny nicks and scuffing from being sharpened. The obverse ricasso is marked "U.S. / W.D."

Lot: 1798 - U.S. Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber by Emerson &

34 3/4" blade with wide & narrow fullers. The blade is mellowing to bright patina with scattered fine staining and scabbard marks still retaining much original bright finish. The obverse ricasso is marked "U.S. / D.F.M. / 1864" and the reverse

Lot: 1799 - Imported Civil War Model 1840 Cavalry Saber

35" blade with wide and narrow fullers. The blade appears to be hand-forged instead of rolled and has toned to an overall pale gray with scattered fine oxidation staining and pinprick pitting. There are no markings on the blade except for a small

Lot: 1800 - Imported Civil War Cavalry Saber by Walscheib

32 1/2" single stopped fuller blade. Similar to an English pattern 1822 light cavalry sword none of their products were imported to England under contract and were only in business long enough to produce sabers during the Civil War. There is no

Lot: 1801 - Brass-Hilted American Infantry Hanger

28" slightly curved blade with single narrow deep fuller along the top edge. The blade has a mottled brown and gray patina with scattered fine oxidation, pitting and tiny nicks along the main and rear edge, the obverse side of the blade having a few

Lot: 1802 - Arno Bernard Small Hunter Drop Point Knife

This attractive little knife measures 5 1/8" overall with a 2 5/8" tapered full tang N690 stainless steel special drop point blade. The blade retains all its hand rubbed satin finish and is etched with older large "A" Arno Bernard maker mark on the

Lot: 1803 - Case Replica V-42 First Special Service Force

This two knife set was produced by Case in the 90's to commemorate the original V-42 made in the 1940's for a group rough and tough hand-picked individuals who became the First Special Service Force, better known by the Nazis as the "Devil's

Lot: 1804 - Egyptian Hakim Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #1093, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps the beginnings of minor frosting near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% arsenal blue with some light freckling on receiver, scattered light silvering

Lot: 1805 - British P14 Bolt Action Rifle by Winchester

serial #W173425, 303 British, 26" barrel with a very good bore that shows some scattered frosting. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal blue with scattered flaking to brown and a few spots of light oxidation. The stock rates very good as lightly

Lot: 1806 - U.S. Model 1903A3 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #4050607, 30-06, 24" 9-43 dated 4-groove Remington barrel that shows some frosting and light pitting. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal parkerized finish with some flaking around front sight base, a few spots of oxidation staining, some

Lot: 1807 - Interesting French 1886 Lebel Trainer

serial #26612, 22 RF, 25" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 80% original blue with a patch of tool marks at the rear of the barrel, scattered freckling and flaking to brown. The hardwood stock rates very good with an added

Lot: 1808 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #928472, 30 WCF, 20" round barrel with a full magazine and very good bore that shows scattered frosting and a few small pits. The metal surfaces are a silvery gray patina with scattered oxidation staining. The walnut stocks rate very good

Lot: 1809 - Scarce German Reworked Polish M1930 Bayonet

This lot consists of Polish bayonet and scabbard. The bayonet has been modified by removing the top of the muzzle ring. The blade is maker-marked "PERKUN" on one side, "(Polish Eagle)/WP" on the other, the blade retains 95% arsenal blue with a small

Lot: 1810 - Colt Detective Special Revolver

serial #C03818, 38 Special, 2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver remains in very good to excellent condition. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original blue finish with light high edge wear, limited light freckling and a turn ring

Lot: 1811 - Winchester Model 9422 XTR Lever Action Rifle

serial #F417485, 22 S, L, LR, 20 1/2" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few scattered spots of light freckling. The straight grip checkered walnut stock and forend rate excellent with

Lot: 1812 - A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #72659, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked full and improved modified with bright near excellent bores having a small spot of oxidation in the left tube. The barrels retain about 90% thinning original blue with overall light handling marks, freckling

Lot: 1813 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2118659, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue thinning at the front of the receiver with scattered spots of light freckling and some light silvering along some of the high edges. The rifle

Lot: 1814 - G. Gamba / Century Arms Model 7212 Single Barrel

serial #60625, 12 ga., 34" high ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 95% original blue with a few light scratches and a small spot of light pitting on the right side just forward of the forend. The engraved lever and

Lot: 1815 - Winchester Model 94AE Rough Riders Commemorative

serial #6323076, 30-30, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue. The hammer, trigger, barrel bands and magazine tube cap retain their lovely gold-color plating. The receiver is etched with an image

Lot: 1816 - Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #HNR7440, 9mm, 4 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% black Melonite finish and the polymer frame rates excellent. Installed in the pistol is an APEX trigger kit for reduced overtravel and a cleaner, crisper,

Lot: 1817 - Remington Model Four Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #A4055698, .308 Win., 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with spots of minor freckling, scratches and light silvering along some of the high edges. The sights have been removed and filler

Lot: 1818 - Walther PP Semi-Auto Pistol by Manurhin

serial #68368, .32 ACP, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with spots of silvering along the high edges, muzzle and slide. The slide is electropencil-marked to the gun and there is a second stamped

Lot: 1819 - Remington Model 141 Slide Action Rifle

serial #36271, 35 Rem, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue however the magazine tube and checkered steel buttplate are toning mostly to a dull grey patina. There are scattered spots of freckling

Lot: 1820 - Zeiss MC Conquest 4 5-14X44MM Rifle Scope

This scope features a Z800 reticle and crisp clear optics. The matte black scope measures 14" overall with a 1" diameter tube that shows faint ring marks. It features side focus adjustment, 1/4 MOA click adjustments and comes with a set of bikini

Lot: 1821 - Colt Single Action Buntline Scout Revolver

serial #75574F, 22 LR, 9 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1959-production revolver retain 99% original blue and anodized finishes. The polished sides of the hammer have spots of light fine oxidation staining and

Lot: 1822 - French Buffalo Stand Model Bolt Action Target

serial #19722, 6mm RF, 10 3/4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing one or two tiny pits. The barrel of this interesting pistol retains about 90% original blue with some high edge wear, light thinning to gray on the sides, scattered

Lot: 1823 - E.M. Reilly Double Action Percussion Pocket Pistol

serial #1060, .36 cal, 2 3/4" octagon barrel with a dark, oxidized bore showing some evident rifling. The metal surfaces of this revolver are mostly cleaned gunmetal with some scattered light oxidation staining, freckling and pinprick pitting. Some

Lot: 1824 - Unmarked Belgian Double Action Pinfire Revolver

7mm Pinfire, 4" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing strong rifling, some oxidation and frosting primarily at the breech. The metal surfaces of this Lefaucheux-style revolver retain about 65% original bright blue with some flaking to brown,

Lot: 1825 - Remington Model 30 Express Bolt Action Rifle

serial #18162, 25 Rem, 22" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 88-90% original thinning blue, the loss due to overall thinning, a few scratches on the left side of the barrel and flakes in the finish on the

Lot: 1826 - Steyr Mannlicher Schoenauer M1905 Bolt Action

serial #2630, 9x56MS, 17 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 88-90% original thinning blue, the loss due to an overall thinning, light scratches and handling marks. The butter knife bolt handle retains

Lot: 1827 - Anschutz-Modell 1522 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #1186406, .22 Magnum, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original thinning blue, the loss due to overall thinning, several scratches and chips in the finish on the barrel and minor oxidation

Lot: 1828 - Browning Model 12 Limited Edition Grade I Slide

serial #04210NM872, 28 ga, 26" ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with minor scratches and handling marks. The checkered walnut capped pistolgrip buttstock and forend rate

Lot: 1829 - Unmarked German Model 98 Magazine Sporting Rifle

8 mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a bright very good bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-92% original thinning blue, the loss due to overall fading, minor scratches and handling marks. The receiver is toning to a nice plum brown color, the bolt and

Lot: 1830 - Stevens Tip-Up No. 1 Single Shot Rifle

serial #134, 38 RF, 30" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling and minor frosting along its length. The barrel is a mix of overall thinning blue and plum brown patina with silvering along the edges and lockup is loose to

Lot: 1831 - Ithaca Flues Grade 1 1/2 Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #257074, 12 ga, 30" Krupp Fluid Steel barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 92-95% original thinning blue with areas of scattered pinprick pitting and oxidation staining. The frame features

Lot: 1832 - Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #A6379541, 22-250, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue with minor scratches and handling marks. The receiver is toning to plum and the bolt is nicely engine-turned. The checkered

Lot: 1833 - Custom Mauser Magazine Sporting Rifle by Otto

serial #32672, 22" part octagon part round integral ribbed barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this custom rifle retain perhaps 50% original thinning blue mixed with a mottled gray with areas of moderate pinprick pitting

Lot: 1834 - Smith & Wesson Second Model Safety Hammerless

serial #119401, 32 S&W (Short), 3 1/2" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This lovely gun has factory refurbish marks and a refurbish date of October, 1962. The factory reapplied nickel plate and blue finishes rate excellent with about 99%

Lot: 1835 - Smith & Wesson Fifth Model Safety Hammerless

serial #240185, 38 S&W, 3 1/4" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original nickel plate and blue finishes with a few oxidation blemishes, scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The case-hardened colors on

Lot: 1836 - J.P. Mccoy Full Stock Percussion Sporting Rifle by

.40 cal., 42" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel and lock of this rifle retain about 99% original brown finish with a few small areas of oxidized pitting and few minor handling marks. The rifle has a brass nosecap, ramrod thimbles,

Lot: 1837 - Full Stock Flintlock Sporting Rifle

Description Update (11/1/17): This lot has been withdrawn. .40 cal., 42" swamped octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This unmarked rifle appears to have been converted from percussion to flintlock with the old parts provided. It retains about 97%

Lot: 1838 - Colt Woodsman Target Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial 146969, 22 LR, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This early war (1941) made pistol retains about 97% original blue with light high edge wear, minor freckling and scratches. The replacement faux ivory thumb rest "The Pointer" target grips

Lot: 1839 - Colt Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial 121776, 22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1937-made pistol retains about 97% original blue with light high edge wear, a few stains from oxidation and scratches. The replacement faux ivory thumb rest "The Pointer" target grips

Lot: 1840 - Smith & Wesson .32 Regulation Police Hand Ejector

serial #432423, 32 S&W Long, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin, edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and light scratches. The service trigger and hammer

Lot: 1841 - Colt U.S. Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #34470, .44 cal., 8" barrel with a frosted bore. This 1862-made revolver has a smoky gray barrel and loading lever; the remaining metal surfaces are a mix of gray, pewter and brown with scattered pitting, stains from oxidation and assorted

Lot: 1842 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #74992, .31 cal., 6" octagon barrel with a frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1853-made two-line address small triggerguard revolver have toned to pewter with scattered light to moderate pitting, stains from oxidation and scratches.

Lot: 1843 - Colt Model 1862 Police Cartridge Converted

serial #881, .38 RF, 4 1/2" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This first-year production (1873) revolver with ejector has been lightly cleaned to pewter with scattered light scratches, dings, pitting and the occasional stain from oxidation. The

Lot: 1844 - Browning Auto 22 Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #01206RR146, 22 Short, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Miroku rifle retain 98% plus original blue with some scattered very fine oxidation, receiver is border scroll engraved. The checkered walnut pistolgrip

Lot: 1845 - Browning Bl-22 Grade II Lever Action Rifle

serial #70B287, 22 S,L,LR, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Miroku rifle retain 98-99% original polished blue, the receiver is lightly scroll engraved. The checkered straight grip walnut stock and forend rate

Lot: 1846 - Remington Model 12 Slide Action Rifle

serial #227090, 22 S,L,LR, 22" round barrel with an about very good bore showing scattered fine pitting and frosting still with good rifling the entire length. The metal surfaces retain about 80% original blue evenly thinning to brown with sparse

Lot: 1847 - Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

serial #26985, 348 Win., 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-98% original blue, loss due to light wear along the edges and contact wear along the hammer sides. The right side of the receiver has been drilled and

Lot: 1848 - Winchester Model 1890 Takedown Slide Action Rifle

serial #317878, 22 W.R.F., 24" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing scattered fine pitting and oxidation but good evident rifling the entire length. The metal surfaces on this third model rifle have toned to overall brown and gray with

Lot: 1849 - Marlin Model 39A Lever Action Rifle

serial #L3297, 22 S,L,LR, 20 " round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-98% original blue, loss due to light muzzle and edge wear along with contact wear along the sides of the hammer. The custom checkered walnut

Lot: 1850 - Custom Bowie Knife by Schrock

Handcrafted by Maurice & Alan Schrock of Pontiac, IL, this "sharp" looking bowie measures 10 3/8" overall with a 6 1/4" full tang carbon steel clip point blade equipped with a 3 1/4" sharpened false edge. The blade remains bright retaining all

Lot: 1851 - Vintage Staghorn Bowie by Wadworth & Son

Crafted by A.W. Wadsworth & Son, this bowie measures 10 1/8" overall with a 6 1/8" full tang steel clip point blade equipped with a 2 5/8" unsharpened false edge. The blade has mellowed only slightly over time still remaining overall bright,

Lot: 1852 - Colt Third Model Deringer

serial #27033, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with a very good bore having good rifling with scattered fine oxidation and pitting. This is a later-production standard model without the raised bolster on the frame and equipped with a slopping hammer. The barrel

Lot: 1853 - Colt Open Top Spur Trigger Revolver

serial #15686, 22 RF, 2 3/8" barrel with a good to very good bore having scattered pitting and oxidation but good evident rifling. The barrel and cylinder have toned to pewter and brown with scattered fine oxidation, some tiny impact marks and thin

Lot: 1854 - Marlin Model 1891 Lever Action Rifle

serial #71780, 32 RF, 24" round barrel with a very good bore that has strong rifling and some areas of light pitting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces are mostly a mottled brown overall with areas of original blue remaining among the more

Lot: 1855 - Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle

serial #S10302, 22 S,L,LR, 24" octagon barrel with a very good bore that is mostly bright but has some minor pitting about mid-way down. The barrel, magazine tube and forend cap retain about 80% original blue that is flaking to brown and mingling

Lot: 1856 - Marlin Model 39 Article II Lever Action Rifle

serial #7175008, 22 S,L,LR, 24" octagon barrel with an excellent micro-groove bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with just a few light handling marks along the high edges. The smooth walnut stocks rate excellent and feature a

Lot: 1857 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #10081, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some light edge wear and light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stock rates very good and has some light scratches and

Lot: 1858 - Winchester Model 9422M XTR Lever Action Rifle

serial #F466459, 22 Win Mag, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with a few light scratches, handling marks and some specks of light surface oxidation throughout. The checkered walnut stocks rate

Lot: 1859 - Unmarked Ithaca Classic Doubles Nid Boxlock Double

Description Update (11/1/17): This lot has been withdrawn. serial #470386, 28 ga., 28" barrels choked cylinder with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 90% original blue that is toning to brown and thinning evenly throughout. The frame has

Lot: 1860 - German Back-Action Sidehammer Double Shotgun by

serial #39068, 16 ga., 27 1/2" "KOLN"-marked barrels choked modified and cylinder with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 80% original blue that is fading to gray along the sides and toning to brown throughout. The frame, locks and remaining

Lot: 1861 - Browning Auto 22 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #53130PY146, 22 LR, 19 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Miroku-built rifle retain about 99% original blue with some very light handling marks present on the receiver. The receiver has factory scroll engraving on

Lot: 1862 - Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle

serial #773275, 22 WRF, 24" octagon barrel with a few tiny dings around front sight, some freckling on right side of frame, scattered spots of oxidation staining and traces of original blue. The walnut stock rates very good with an added varnish, a

Lot: 1863 - Ruger M77 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #771-05790, 30-06, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodizing with some silvering at muzzle and a couple small spots of flaking on floorplate and triggerguard. The laminated stock rates very

Lot: 1864 - Ruger Old Army Percussion Revolver

serial #140-09432, .44 Cal., 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with light freckling and a faint turn ring along the cylinder. The polished sides of the hammer have light fine oxidation

Lot: 1865 - Walther PPK Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #K006935, .380 ACP, 3 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. Metal surfaces on this US-made Interarms pistol retain 98% original blue finish. The black checkered banner logo plastic grips rate excellent overall and a single Walther-marked

Lot: 1866 - Hi-Standard Model "D" Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #82060, .22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue finish with spots of high edge wear, thinning along the backstrap, silvering at the muzzle and along some of the high edges with a few

Lot: 1867 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2150628, .32 Win. Special, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue finish with spots of freckling, oxidation and staining with silvering along some of the high edges. There is a quarter-sized

Lot: 1868 - Winchester Model 94AE Lever Action Carbine

serial #6267781, 30-30, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish. The rifle has a cross bolt safety, adjustable sporting rear sight, hooded silver bead front sight and the straight grip smooth

Lot: 1869 - Allen & Wheelock Sidehammer Belt Model Percussion

serial #127, .32 cal, 5 3/4" octagon barrel with an about good bore showing strong rifling, oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a mix of gunmetal and brownish gray throughout with the remains of some

Lot: 1870 - J. M. Cooper Pocket Model Double Action Percussion

serial #3206, .31 cal, 4" octagon barrel with a fair bore showing good rifling, oxidation and light pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a dull brownish gray throughout with some high edge wear to gunmetal, light

Lot: 1871 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 1/2 First Issue Revolver

serial #6379, 32 RF, 3 1/2" ribbed octagon barrel with a fair bore showing a number of heavy pits, oxidation and mostly strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 87% original blue with the gripstraps and trigger

Lot: 1872 - National Arms Co. Single Shot No. 1 Deringer

serial #5443, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore still showing some evident rifling. The barrel, hammer and trigger of this little deringer have mostly toned to a mottled gray patina with some light oxidation staining, a few patches of old

Lot: 1873 - Frank Wesson Small Frame Single Shot Pistol

serial #1238, 22 RF, 3" part round part octagon barrel with an about good bore showing strong rifling and some patches of oxidation and frosting. The barrel on this first type model has mostly toned to gray and gunmetal with some traces of original

Lot: 1874 - Unmarked Belgian Double Action Pinfire Pepperbox

7mm Pinfire, 1 3/4" six-shot smoothbore barrel cluster with fair bores showing some patches of oxidation and a broken case stuck in one chamber. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 45% original blue with flaking to brownish gray and the

Lot: 1875 - Sharps Model 2A Pepperbox Deringer

serial #18913, 30 RF, 3" four-barrel cluster with fair bores showing oxidation, frosting and evident rifling throughout. The barrel of this deringer has mostly toned to a nice brownish gray patina with light oxidation staining, freckling and tiny

Lot: 1876 - Remington Model No. 4 Rolling Block Rifle

serial #323507, 22 LR, 22" round barrel with an about good bore showing strong rifling, light oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of the barrel retain about 80% original blue with an about 6" patch on the right side showing lightly

Lot: 1877 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 1/2 Revolver

serial #71398, 32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. This revolver is in nice condition with the barrel and frame retaining about 95% bright original blue with loss due to a little light flaking. The cylinder retains lots of original

Lot: 1878 - London Percussion Pocket Pistol by James Collins

37 caliber, 3 1/4" octagon barrel. The top of the barrel is engraved "COLLINS 12 VIGO LANE LONDON". James Collins was active at 12 Vigo Lane in London around 1825 when he succeeded Wilson's Gun Repository. The lock and hammer show very tasteful

Lot: 1879 - Walther Model Kkj Sporter Bolt Action Rifle

serial #35286, 22 LR, 22" threaded barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 60% original thinning blue, the loss due to the triggerguard and areas of the barrel worn away, several scratches and tool marks on the

Lot: 1880 - Ithaca Field Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #467221, 12 ga, 28" barrels both choked improved cylinder with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain about 65% original thinning blue, the loss due to overall thinning color, minor scratches, scattered areas of light pinprick

Lot: 1881 - Allen & Thurber Bar Hammer Percussion Pepperbox

serial #429, .32 cal., 3 1/4" five-barrel cluster with oxidized and pitted bores. The metal surfaces of the frame of this Worcester Massachusetts-made gun have toned to brown with oxidation blemishes and strong engraving remaining on the frame. The

Lot: 1882 - Bacon Arms Company Pepperbox Revolver

serial #689, 2 3/8" six-barrel cluster with lightly frosted bores. The metal surfaces are pewter with scattered freckling, oxidation stains, light cleaning on the barrel and handling marks. There are a few traces of original blue on the standing

Lot: 1883 - Colt 357 Double Action Revolver

serial #1797, 357 Magnum, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1954-made revolver retains about 96% original blue with high edge wear, portions of the backstrap toning to brown, turn ring on the cylinder, barrel toning to plum

Lot: 1884 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #20022, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a small oxidation stain toward the breech end of the bore. The metal surfaces of this 1908-made revolver retain about 60% original blue with finish worn to mix of pewter and

Lot: 1885 - Remington Model 870 Police Folding Stock Slide

serial #X167539M, 12 gauge, 18" plain barrel with an excellent bore choked cylinder. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original parkerized and black finishes with a few light storage marks. The serrated wood forend rates excellent. The shotgun is

Lot: 1886 - Colt Second Model Deringer

serial #5379, 41 RF, 2 1/2" barrel with a very good bore having scattered pitting and oxidation still with good rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall brown and gray with scattered patches of fine oxidation and the lightly scroll-engraved iron

Lot: 1887 - E.A. Prescott Pocket Revolver

serial #887, 22 RF, 2 3/8" round barrel with a good bore showing pitting and oxidation but evident traces of rifling still visible. The barrel retains about 80% original flaking nickel with fine oxidation staining, the exposed metal fading to pale

Lot: 1888 - Mortimer Sidelever Double Hammergun

12 ga., 26 1/2" barrels choked improved cylinder and cylinder with mostly very good plus bores having some scattered sparse pitting and oxidation. The metal surfaces have toned to an overall gray patina with scattered fine oxidation and some pinprick

Lot: 1889 - Moore's Patent Firearms Co. Front Loading Revolver

serial #10788, .32 teat fire, 3 1/4" round barrel with an about very good lightly oxidized bore still showing good rifling. The barrel, cylinder and hammer are all a pale gunmetal gray patina with nice scroll engraving on the cylinder and barrel. The

Lot: 1890 - Ethan Allen 32 Deringer

serial #4429, 32RF, 2 7/8" part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized bore showing traces of rifling. The metal surfaces are a brown-gray patina with sparse fine pitting, oxidation and traces of original blue in protected areas. The birdshead

Lot: 1891 - U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #128724, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with a very good bore showing scattered oxidation and pitting still with good rifling. The metal surfaces have toned to a pale brown patina with scattered fine oxidation and perhaps some sparse pinprick

Lot: 1892 - Belgian Flintlock Musket Manufactured for The

915 (21.7 mm) cal., 33 5/8" round barrel with octagonal breech having a good lightly oxidized bore. This is a rather rudimentary period-manufactured musket crafted from an assortment of parts that don't necessarily fit or seat properly. The metal

Lot: 1893 - Sharps Model 3C Pepperbox Pistol

serial #2131, 30 RF, 2 1/2" four-barrel cluster with good bores showing overall pitting and oxidation but still good rifling. The barrels bear a smoky brown patina with some sparse very fine oxidation while the frame is an overall mottled gray and

Lot: 1894 - German DSM-34 Bolt Action Rifle by Mauser

serial #31726, 22 LR, 25 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that has a few light pits near muzzle. The metal surfaces of this Mauser banner-marked rifle retain 75-80% original blue with a few small dings on the rear band, scattered freckling and

Lot: 1895 - Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle

serial #668360, 22 Long, 24" octagon barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a few light pits. The action retains 10-20% original blue with the balance being a dull brown patina with a few areas of freckling. The magazine tube is a dull brown

Lot: 1896 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1860026, 32 WS, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1952-production carbine retain 95% original blue with some flaking to gray on the bottom of frame, scattered light freckling on action, a spot of oxidation

Lot: 1897 - German DSM-34 Bolt Action Rifle by Walther

serial #60102, 22 LR, 25 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% of a reapplied blue finish with a few scattered small spots of blued-over pitting and a few light handling marks. The walnut stock rates very good

Lot: 1898 - Whitney-Howard Single Shot Lever Action Rifle

serial #881C, 41 RF, 24" barrel with a good bore showing strong rifling, some light oxidation and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this interesting rifle have mostly toned to dull gray with some light oxidation staining, freckling and

Lot: 1899 - Belgian Underlever Double Hammer Shotgun by J.

serial #36810, 8 gauge, 34" Damascus barrels with bright pitted bores. The metal surfaces have toned to brown with a scattering of oxidation blemishes, pitting and handling marks. The one-piece buttstock rates about good with scattered light dents,

Lot: 1900 - Colt Frontier Six-Shooter Revolver

serial #107962, 44-40 W.C.F., 5 1/8" cut barrel with a frosted bore. This salty old Six-Shooter was made in 1884 and shows some honest use. All the metal surfaces are an even brown with some areas of pitting and assorted light handling marks. The




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