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Lot: 1001 - (A) GOOD MODEL 1836 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY

Barrel with standard markings: US, JH, and smooth age brown with no pitting. Lock with excellently struck marking US, R. Johnson, Middtn, Conn 1841. Three-quarters stock with mint cartouches JH WAT for William A. Thornton. Stirrup rammer. CONDITION:

Lot: 1002 - (A) AUSTRIAN MODEL 1770 FLINTLOCK CAVALRY PISTOL.

Pistol is full length and cleaned to bright in the European fashion with brass front sight, steel mounts, and modeled walnut full stock with no provision for ramrod. CONDITION: Metal polished bright in the European manner, action is excellent. All

Lot: 1003 - (A) A VERY GOOD US FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL

An excellent example of this key US martial flintlock in far better condition than commonly found. Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel with P, US, condemned stamp. Retains considerable lacquer brown finish. Lock deeply struck S. NORTH, US

Lot: 1004 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED US

Barrel is deeply struck S. Carolina, reading from front of muzzle towards breech. Lock has standard S. North MIDLN CONN markings. Walnut stock is stamped with LS cartouche and PT Judd (owner's initials?). CONDITION: Barrel is clean steel color. Lock

Lot: 1005 - (A) A VERY RARE JOSEPH HENRY CONTRACT SINGLE SHOT

One of the rarer and more desirable of these extremely scarce secondary martial pistols, recorded contract for Joseph Henry indicated 150 pairs for 1807 and 600 pairs for 1808, quantities delivered not know. The barrel is deeply struck properly with

Lot: 1006 - (A) A SCARCE US NORTH BERLIN MODEL 1811

With only 550 manufactured, the model 1811 transition is a US martial pistol collector's prize. The round barrel is stamped at breech with P over US and S.N.Y (State of New York). CONDITION: Barrel is smooth, aged patina with minor pitting. Double

Lot: 1007 - (A) RARE POSSIBLY UNIQUE AMERICAN FLINTLOCK SINGLE

The barrel is of standard 1826 configuration, stamped deeply LT at breech. The lock is of 1826 configuration and is stamped only LT. The highly figured, striped maple full stock has no inspectors' marks. Trigger guard of military type. Buttcap with

Lot: 1008 - (A) A CONSIDERABLY BETTER THAN AVERAGE US 1819

The round steeled barrel is deeply struck with JDJ P over US. The lock is struck with North, US with an eagle and CONN. The walnut stock is stamped with inspector EF and LS in an oval cartouche. Steel furniture of standard configuration. CONDITION:

Lot: 1009 - (A) LOT OF TWO: A HIGH QUALITY CASED PAIR OF

4" barrels with central rib, silver foresights, signed T. Stevens 43 High Holborn, London. Breeches with double gold lines. Barrel tangs finely engraved with scrolls, signed and bolted back action locks with safeties engraved en suite. Dolphin form

Lot: 1010 - (A) AN UNUSUAL CASED PAIR OF DIMINUTIVE PERCUSSION

A most intriguing pair of little belt pistols with nickel silver belt hooks and mounts. Buttcaps with trap for percussion caps. The pistols of Deringer style. (A) Octagonal barrels and gilt bands at breech, struck "L. FISHER LYNCHBURG VA" on barrel.

Lot: 1011 - (A) A GOOD KENTUCKY PISTOL BY EDWARD TRYON SIGNED

The octagonal barrel has iron foresight and rudimentary engraving at breech. The bolted step lock has border engraving, swan neck cock with rudimentary engraving. Stock of maple with significant curl in the butt. Brass trigger guard with pineapple

Lot: 1012 - (A) A RARE AND UNUSUAL SPRINGFIELD ARMORY

The pistol is of standard configuration, except for the addition of the automatic priming device, which appears to be original. Barrel dated 1847 on tang with US over JWH. The lock is stamped "US, IN Johnson", dated 1855. The hammer with automatic

Lot: 1013 - (A) GOOD FRENCH PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOL SIGNED BY

Blued octagonal barrel with full Gastinne Renette address, dovetailed front and blade rear sights, breech and barrel tang engraved with foliage and leaves. Bolted front action lock engraved en suite. Finely formed hammer engraved en suite. All screws

Lot: 1014 - (A) AMES MODEL 1842 US NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION

Standard configuration. 1844 dated on lock and barrel. USN inspected. Smoothbore. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall with some areas of very light pitting and minor rust. All markings are clear. Brass retains a mellow patina. Wood has some

Lot: 1015 - (A) LOT OF 2: MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY DERRINGER

(A) with Damascus steel barrel, classic Derringer type lock, engraved German silver mounts comprising trigger guard, side plate, pineapple wedge, and escutcheons. (B) with excellent form and engraved German silver furniture, breech stamped Derringer

Lot: 1016 - (A) AN AMERICAN PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT BELT PISTOL

Heavy octagonal barrel is deeply struck "TRYON PHILADA". The lock is deeply struck "TRYON". Plain walnut half stock with German silver forend tip and edge escutcheons. Stirrup rammer. Inlay on side plate. Period engraved "No 21". Brass trigger guard,

Lot: 1017 - (A) PRESENTATION COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY FOURTH MODEL

This revolver was presented to "William Everdell Jr col. 23rd reg.t N.G.S.N.Y. from his friend Jesse L. Cuiman" Further research will probably reveal more information on this pair of gentlemen. This revolver is a fairly standard fourth model of

Lot: 1018 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SECOND GENERATION 2ND MODEL

Cased Pair of Colt 2nd Generation Blackpowder Series 2nd Model Dragoon Revolvers with 8" barrels, blue & case color, one piece walnut grips with deluxe Colt French fitted walnut case. CONDITION: Both revolvers nearly new condition, walnut case in

Lot: 1019 - (A) FACTORY CASED MASSACHUSETTS ARMS COMPANY

Manually revolved early type, .28 caliber percussion, six shot, 2 1/2" octagon barrel. Factory scroll engraved frame and hammer with floral pattern cylinder. About 900 of these early models were made from 1851-60. This cased example features ivory

Lot: 1020 - (A) ADAMS PATENT STYLE DOUBLE ACTION PERCUSSION

Typical of the various Adams patent revolvers offered by numerous British dealers during the mid-nineteenth century. It features an octagon barrel in .46 bore, five shot, double action, blue finish with checkered walnut grips. The top of the frame is

Lot: 1021 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 1860 FLUTED ARMS PERCUSSION

Lot consists of a cased consecutive pair of Colt 2nd Generation Blackpowder Series 1860 "Fluted" Armies. Serial numbers 208365 & 208266. 8" barrels, blue and case color, one piece walnut grips with Colt walnut double case. CONDITION: Both guns in

Lot: 1022 - (A) RARE BLUED SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 3 FRONTIER

Only 15,340 examples of this revolver were made by Smith from 1886-1898. This example is factory blued with case colored hammer and trigger and chambered for the 44-40 (44 WCF) cartridge and sports a 6 - 1/2" barrel with Smith gutta percha grips and

Lot: 1023 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE SMITH & WESSON

Lot consists of (A) 2nd Model US issue Schofield Revolver with 7" barrel in .45 caliber, six shot single action, top break, US stamp on butt and walnut grips. There are no visible cartouche remaining on grips. Matching number on cylinder. Various US

Lot: 1024 - (A) ENGRAVED SILVER PLATED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

This black powder framed Colt was nicely period engraved and silver plated and then fitted with a pair of real mother of pearl grips. The finely done scroll engraving covers almost the entire metal surface of the gun and is quite handsome. CONDITION:

Lot: 1025 - (A) US COLT ARTILLERY MODEL SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Typical of the guns that went through the re-build US arsenal program beginning in 1890. This gun began service as a "DFC" (David Clark) inspected Colt in 1885 that would have matching numbers and a 7-1/2" barrel in .45 caliber with one piece walnut

Lot: 1026 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE

This gun started off in life as a standard 3 1/2" Sheriff's Model in .38 Long Colt caliber. It is a six shot double action with fluted cylinder, standard fare. In addition, it has a London barrel address and British proofs on cylinder. It is now

Lot: 1027 - (A) REMINGTON 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL.

This model was manufactured with a 7" barrel and chambered for the .50 caliber centerfire. It was fitted with walnut grip and fore-end. This is a martially marked pistol. The left grip has inspector cartouche WDW for William D. Whiting. The right

Lot: 1028 - (C) C.S. SHATTUCK STYLE FOUR BARREL PALM PISTOL.

C.S. Shattuck Arms Co., Hatfield, Massachusetts palm pistol, four shot. Firing pin revolves to strike each barrel individually. Barrel cluster pivots down for loading. Nickel finish. The only weird thing is that this pistol has no markings nor serial

Lot: 1029 - (A) IMPRESSIVE SILVER PLATED SHARPS FOUR BARREL

Manufactured between 1859 and 1874. This is a Model 1B in .22 rimfire. Frame is marked "C. SHARPS PATENT 1859" on the left side and "C. SHARPS PHILADA. PA" on the right side. The barrels are finished in rich royal blue and the frame is completely

Lot: 1030 - (A) EARLY TRYON FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Made by George Tryon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the early 19th century. Barrel is stamped "Tryon Philada" and has stamped asterisks behind and in front of signature and sights as seen on some trade rifles. "P" in circle proof at breech of

Lot: 1031 - (A) BRITISH 3RD MODEL BROWN BESS MUSKET.

Third model India Pattern Brown Bess used around the time of the Napoleonic Wars. Tower marked original flint lock. British proofed musket barrel. Walnut 3rd pattern style stock with correct brass hardware with the initials "JBH" behind the

Lot: 1032 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED "P. HESS".

Philip Hess worked in the Lehighton Area of Pennsylvania circa 1810. The full octagon barrel with rifle sights is double stamped "P. Hess" on barrel flat. Flintlock is marked "Demuth Lancaster" and is controlled by double set triggers. Curly maple

Lot: 1033 - (A) HENRY BUCK AND BALL FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Made by the Henry family rifle works in Boulton, Pennsylvania in the late 18th century or early 19th century. Gun has octagon to round smoothbore barrel with rifle sights and stamped "Henry" on the top flat. "Henry" marked flint lock with single

Lot: 1034 - (A) EARLY PENNSYLVANIA FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Rifle stamped "I. Moll" for John Moll III of Allentown, Pennsylvania who worked 1820-1883. Rifle has octagonal smoothbore barrel with rifle sights and typical double lines in front and back of each sight. Double bolt flint lock marked "London

Lot: 1035 - (A) 1812 HENRY MUSKET.

JOHN J. Henry of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured Model 1812 musket with lock marked "J. Henry Phila". Smoothbore musket style barrel with three bands, bayonet stud and "P" in circle proof at breech. Walnut wood stock with iron furniture.

Lot: 1036 - (A) SHARPS 1874 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Model 1874 Sharps Sporting rifle, 30" heavy octagon barrel (1" across flats) . 45 caliber, standard sights, double set trigger, military style butt plate. CONDITION: Heavy use, no original finish, multiple gouges in stock, wood missing on front of

Lot: 1037 - (A) PERCUSSION SWIVEL BREECH RIFLE SIGNED "T.

Thomas Evritt was likely a decendant of Richard Everett, donator of land, one which Fort Everett was built. This fort was built during the French and Indian War Era. It is believed Thomas Evritt worked right in that area, but spelled his name

Lot: 1038 - (A) TRYON CONFEDERATE CONVERSION RIFLE.

George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made Kentucky style rifle. "Tryon Phila" octagonal rifled barrel with "T.M. Babb" stamped behind rear sight. Converted percussion lock marked "J.F. Boyd" and dated 1861 with double triggers. Period

Lot: 1039 - (A) NEAR NEW 1863 SHARPS CONVERSION CARBINE .50

As most collectors know, several thousand Sharps Civil War era Model 1859 & 1863 carbines were overhauled at the Government arsenal, barrels lined to .50-70, and totally refinished. They were then reissued to troops engaged in the Indian Wars out

Lot: 1040 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 "A" SPORTING RIFLE

Stamped JP Lower on the barrel. The letter A in box can be found stamped on barrel and frame. Approximately 700 of these guns were built at Bridgeport. The barrel does not have Sharps address stamp, only dealer and caliber. The Lawrence sight slot

Lot: 1041 - (A) TRYON PERCUSSION HALF-STOCK RIFLE.

Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured rifle circa 1850. Tryon stamped octagon barrel with blade front sight and adjustable rear. Patent breech ignition system with two decorative silver bands. Henry Parker marked back action lock with

Lot: 1042 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION.

The series of Sharps, the 1859 and 1863 Sharps carbines, were the most widely used saddle ring carbines by the Union during the Civil War. After the war, they were converted by the factory to take metallic cased cartridges, and were then reissued to

Lot: 1043 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW

Features half octagon No. 1 weight barrel, nicely figured oil finished deluxe wood, and hard rubber shotgun buttplate. Typical Winchester No. 8 style engraving with delicate scroll and panels with a buck deer on one side and a hunting dog on the

Lot: 1044 - (A) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1896).

Winchester Model 1886 rifle made in 1896, 26 inch octagon barrel, .45-70 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt. CONDITION: Frame, lever, hammer, forearm cap, and butt plate mostly grey with slight traces of case color in protected areas,

Lot: 1045 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLES.

(A) Winchester Model 1873 rifle made in 1886, 24 inch octagon barrel, .44-40 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt. CONDITION: Completely restored with case colored frame, lever, forearm cap, and butt plate, wood has been over sanded. (B)

Lot: 1046 - (A) 1816 M.T. WICKHAM MUSKET.

M.T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured Model 1816 flintlock musket. Flint lock marked "Phila" over "1833" at rear of lock and "US" over "M.T. Wickham" in front of cock. Smoothbore musket style barrel with front blade sight and "US",

Lot: 1047 - (A) 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE III.

Springfield manufactured Pattern 1816 musket with lock dated 1830 and marked Springfield with Eagle over "US" stamps. Brass flash pan. Musket barrel with "V" and "Eagle" proofs near breech. "US" mark on top of comb on buttplate. Walnut musket style

Lot: 1048 - (A) COMPOSITE ENGLISH PERCUSSION BLUNDERBUSS WITH

This is most likely an American alteration for American military use. The iron barrel with British Birmingham proofs and large flared muzzle. Moldings at breech. Deep even age brown patina throughout. The lock with brown patina and American eagle and

Lot: 1049 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873/79 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

Nice honest Springfield Trapdoor carbine with the 1879 improvements. 22 inch barrel with 1879 "C" marked rear sight and post front sight with blade. "SWP 1881" cartouche on left wrist to rear of saddle bar and ring. Trap butt with 3 piece cleaning

Lot: 1050 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884

The block is dated 1878 and the sight is an 1879 type while the Sam Porter cartouche is dated 1884. It is a standard rifle with a 32 - 5/8" barrel, original rod, post front sight, full length walnut stock with two bands, blue finish with brilliant

Lot: 1051 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLED MUSKET, DATED

1858 dated lock. Long range rear sight. Rifled bore. Cartouched on the left side of the stock. Brass nose cap and lock screw escutcheons. CONDITION: Gun retains a pleasing patina overall, lock markings are nice and clear and sharp. Barrel has

Lot: 1052 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1888

Approximately 65,000 made from 1889 to 1893. This was the last of the standard trapdoor model rifles. This is a fine, all original, 1891 dated trapdoor that features standard Buffington rear sight, hooded front sight, trapdoor buttplate, standard

Lot: 1053 - (A) SPRINGFIELD ROBERTS CONVERSION SINGLE SHOT

This Roberts conversion used a standard 1855 Springfield rifled musket cut off the top of the lock at the Maynard tape primer. Dated 1858. "ROBERT'S PAT./ JUNE.11.1867" on the left side of the receiver. Iron mounted. Three band. Walnut stock with

Lot: 1054 - (A) EXPERIMENTAL US 1868 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR

Manufactured 1868-72. Breech block is dated 1866 with eagle head but no arrows or US stamp. No serial numbers on left side. Lock is dated 1864 with "US" and eagle. All metal finished in the white except block, hammer, and sideplate. Rifle has no

Lot: 1055 - (A) US 1870 TRIAL SPRINGFIELD-REMINGTON ROLLING

Made at Springfield in 1870 only, quantity approximately 1,000. Major differences between the standard 1871 Model include no date on left side of frame, dated 1870 on right side of frame, short hammer spur, and no locking action. Features Model 1868

Lot: 1056 - (A) VERY RARE 2ND TYPE US MODEL 1870

In 1870, the Springfield Armory altered approximately 1,300 Civil War Sharps rifles and carbines. They were chambered for the .50 caliber centerfire self contained cartridge and featured the typical walnut buttstock and nearly full length forend.

Lot: 1057 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE.

Springfield made trapdoor rifle cut down from a rifle with 1873 dated breechblock with undated lock with correct markings. Aftermarket carbine wood with inlets for special sights. Non-original buttplate. "R" marked rear sight. Blued finish on all

Lot: 1058 - (A) SCARCE EXPERIMENTAL US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1886

Approximately 1,000 of these special carbines were made in 1886 only, most in the 325000-400000 serial number range. They were made with a 24" barrel and nearly full length walnut stock. Special features included uncapped forend, fastened by a single

Lot: 1059 - (A) 10TH CAVALRY MARKED SHARPS MODEL 1863

The all black Buffalo Soldiers consisted of eight companies that was formed at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1866. Led by white officers, they fought the remainder of the decade against the most dangerous tribes, the Cheyenne, Arapahos and Comanches;

Lot: 1060 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE.

Features 1873 rear sight stamped "R" with headless screws. Lock is not dated but has eagle. Block is stamped "US MODEL 1873". Stock has "ESA" in oval and dated 1877. Also features twin bands, swivels, and standard finish. CONDITION: Very fine

Lot: 1061 - (A) CIVIL WAR FIFTH MODEL PERCUSSION CARBINE.

This is a Fifth Model Civil War Burnside carbine. Marked on the top of the receiver "MODEL OF 1864". Hinged breech block. Screw in the right of the receiver. Clear cartouches on the left side of the stock. Matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains a

Lot: 1062 - (A) FINE SPRINGFIELD SECOND MODEL ALLIN CONVERSION

These were made just following the Civil War out of surplus Springfield rifled muskets. 1865 dated Springfield color case hardened lock. 1866 dated on the blued breech block. Three band. CONDITION: Lock retains some mottled case colors. Breech block

Lot: 1063 - (A) FINE CONDITION AND SCARCE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL

Lots of condition on this scarce 1879 Model carbine that features US 1873 bolt, trapdoor buttplate, updated 1884 rear sight, post front sight, and saddle ring and bar. Sharp "SWP" Samuel Porter 1882 dated cartouche on left side with cursive "P" on

Lot: 1064 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPENCER MODEL 1860 SADDLE RING

22 inch 3 groove barrel with ladder adjustable rear sight. 7 round tubular magazine. walnut stocks with sling bar and ring. CONDITION: Good as refinished. Bore is good with strong rifling with slight corrosion evident. Walnut stocks have no

Lot: 1065 - (A) GEORGE THOMSON SIDE BY SIDE PERCUSSION

Marked on barrel rib "George Thomson Maker in Ordinary to his Majesty Edinburgh". This fine shotgun features scroll engraved back action percussion locks with double triggers. Fine twist steel barrels with original ramrod. Fancy checkered English

Lot: 1066 - (A) A UNIQUE AND MOST INTERESTING MASSIVE .90

Stock period stamped DOLPHIN on right and ARCHIRA & CRANE MARCH 97 on left. Unique gun is in untouched condition throughout. Barrel bands are deeply aged copper or brass. Bolster type conversion. The hammer is of English type. Safety catch not

Lot: 1067 - (A) EXCEEDINGLY RARE NICHOLS & LEFEVER A GRADE 10

Incredibly rare Nichols and Lefever high grade gun with likely less than ten or so of this grade known to this cataloger who has actively chased Lefever products for more than 30 years. This particular gun made with extremely fine Damascus barrels

Lot: 1068 - (A) LOT OF 5: ANTIQUE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUNS.

Lot consists of: (A) American Gun Company side by side shotgun with exposed hammers, choked full and modified, with original buttplate. CONDITION: Fine overall. 85-90% original blue and 45-50% original case color. Bright clean bores. (B) Baker Gun

Lot: 1069 - (C) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

This beautiful revolver was built in 1956 and was custom engraved by master craftsman Santiago Leis of Silver Springs, Florida. The work was performed on July 1st, 2012. All of the engraving is done by hand, featuring nearly full coverage using basic

Lot: 1070 - (M) CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Someone with money took a post war Colt to a true craftsman master engraver to make this lovely custom. The cylinder was replaced with a non-fluted example. The serial number was polished away and replaced with 289 WBH. Nearly the entire surface was

Lot: 1071 - (M) GORGEOUS COLT "DURHAM COUNTY" FACTORY ENGRAVED

This is gun #75 of this interesting and collectible grouping, one of only 250 made in 1981. Beautiful 6" bright nickel plated gun with vent rib barrel. Right side of barrel marked "PYTHON / 357 CTG". Frame is beautifully engraved for Durham County

Lot: 1072 - (M) 1994 TEXAS GUN COLLECTORS GUN OF THE YEAR COLT

This outstanding Colt Frontier Six Shooter was commissioned by the TGCA in 1994 from Colt Custom Shop with Factory "B" engraving, Donut head ejector rod, etched panel, fire blue screws, and special "TGCA2" serial number. Colt factory engraved etched

Lot: 1073 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY C ENGRAVED

This possibly unique Custom Shop Colt Single Action Army was displayed at 1999 CCA SHOW. We have never seen another custom Colt in this configuration. The end label lists "2-3/4" barrel, pearl grips, Master C engraved, birds head grip, nickel finish,

Lot: 1074 - (M) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED CUSTOM SHOP COLT SINGLE

Beautifully engraved with D coverage, this is full nickel plated with carved fluer-de-lis ivory one piece grips. It is built on smokeless frame. Serial number places manufacture at 1991. CONDITION: As new unfired condition in glass top display case.

Lot: 1075 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY ENGRAVED SINGLE

The box end label states "Type B Master Engraved, 4-3/4" barrel, nickel, bird's head configured grips with smooth ivory stocks". In addition to the engraving, the gun features fire blue screws, cylinder pin head and ejector head. CONDITION: As new in

Lot: 1076 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY MASTERFULLY

Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 Colt caliber, 4 - ¾” barrel, finely oak leaf scroll engraved in classic German style signed Kurt Jaeger – Mainz. Serial number 34262 SA .This mid-1950s single action shows the signature of one of

Lot: 1077 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-3 ELMER KEITH

In 1985, Smith & Wesson produced 2500 Model 29-3 .44 Magnum revolvers as a tribute to one of America's most beloved gun writers and firearms sage. They were a blue finish, 4" revolver with the smooth rosewood magna grips. The fluted cylinder has

Lot: 1078 - (M) HIGH CONDITION AINSWORTH US COLT SINGLE ACTION

This Turnbull Colt exhibits a lot of effort and sufficient skill to reproduce a custom US Colt serial number 5100 which was a relic found on the Reno battlefield from the Custer fight. This gun was built using an Uberti as its base. It is near exact

Lot: 1079 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE BOXED AS NEW SMITH &

Lot consists of three M&P 340s built on the classic J-frame Centennial AirLite revolver with added modern, ergonomic features making this a lightweight carry gun. Features lightweight scandium alloy frame for easy carry, stainless steel barrel

Lot: 1080 - (M) LOT OF 3: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) Model 629-1 Smith & Wesson revolver with stainless steel, two piece checkered walnut grips, and complete with correct box numbered to gun with paperwork and tools. CONDITION: Nearly new overall with near mint bore. (B) Model

Lot: 1081 - (M) BOXED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 NICKEL

This beautiful Colt is finished in full nickle with factory silver medallion real ivory grips which is so tagged on the end of the box along with matching serial number and paperwork. CONDITION: Has a ghost drag line. The gun is unfired with only

Lot: 1082 - (C) COLT BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER WITH

This Colt left the factory, according to letter, on August 27th, 1902 as shipped to Simmons Hardware in St. Louis. It is listed as a .38-40 with a 5-1/2" barrel and blue finish. This revolver had an unmarked 16", .45 Long Colt barrel added and a

Lot: 1083 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE BOXED AS NEW SMITH &

Lot consists of three M&P 340s built on the classic J-frame Centennial AirLite revolver with added modern, ergonomic features making this a lightweight carry gun. Features lightweight scandium alloy frame for easy carry, stainless steel barrel

Lot: 1084 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

Classic 4 - 3/4" .45 Colt Single Action Army revolver with blue and case color finishes. Fitted with factory Colt plastic grips and housed in original blue kraft type box with all paperwork. CONDITION: Excellent plus and nearly perfect with several

Lot: 1085 - (M) LOT OF TWO: MATCHED PAIR OF SMITH & WESSON

Lot consists of (A) Made in 1977-78 while (B) was made in 1979-80. All of the features are the same for both revolvers. Both sport the scarce 8 - 3/8" barrel, factory nickel finish (stamped N inside frame), patridge front sight, adjustable rear

Lot: 1086 - (C) NEAR NEW SMITH & WESSON US ARMY MODEL 1917

When the US Government simply could not get enough Model 1911 Colt Automatics on the front lines in France, they turned to Colt and Smith & Wesson for a supply of heavy duty revolvers. This gun was built on the large N frame, square butt, five

Lot: 1087 - (M) BEAUTIFUL NEAR NEW COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Beautiful Third Generation gun made with full blued finish and ivory grips with gold Colt medallions. Made in 1988. Housed in its original Colt box with end label that identifies this gun as found today. CONDITION: Extremely fine and near new.

Lot: 1088 - (C) ENGRAVED & PLATED COLT MODEL 1917 DOUBLE

The basis for this revolver is a standard US Army issue Model 1917 government stamped New Service with a 5 1/2" barrel in .45 ACP caliber. It features near full coverage engraving with scroll patterns with deep relief carved large cat on left side of

Lot: 1089 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT DETECTIVE REVOLVERS - OLD

Lot consists of (A) Newest version of the classic Colt Detective with the ejector rod shroud and Colt silver medallion rubber grips. CONDITION: It shows a light drag line and a hint of muzzle wear but still a solid 99% gun. Also has a fine bore and

Lot: 1090 - (C) 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45

This is a standard 2nd generation Colt .45 with 5 - 1/2" barrel, blue and case color, eagle black rubber grips, six shot single action. CONDITION: Cylinder has light drag line. There is a hint of wear at muzzle. Bright original case colors just

Lot: 1091 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) Pre-war HE .38 special M&P four screw built on K target frame. Blue finish with case color hammer and trigger with near mint diamond checkered walnut grips with no medallion. All matching numbers but grips have penciled

Lot: 1092 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1909 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

The US Model 1909 is basically a New Service large frame revolver that was ordered by the US Government. Features six shot, double action, fluted cylinder, blued finish, walnut grips, and lanyard ring. Left side of the frame has inspector stamp "FB"

Lot: 1093 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) K frame Model 19-3 Smith & Wesson revolver with checkered two piece walnut grips and full blue finish. CONDITION: Near mint in the correct two piece blue box numbered to the gun with all correct paperwork and tools. (B) K

Lot: 1094 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT POLICE POSITIVE AND HARRINGTON

Lot consists of : (A) Colt Police Positive early, high polish, six shot, double action revolver manufactured 1912. These early Colts featured the finest polishing and blue ever produced by them. CONDITION: Retains at least 90% of this early high

Lot: 1095 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 29-2 DOUBLE ACTION

This was the last of the pinned and recessed Model 29's as these features were dropped when the 29-3 was introduced. This American classic is built on the square butt N-frame, three screw, target sights, wide hammer and trigger, checkered rosewood

Lot: 1096 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR SMITH & WESSON

Lot consists of: (A) U.S. Army Marked Model 1917. Standard World War I US issue with Army marking stamped on butt and GHS Gilbert Stewart inspector stamp on left side of frame. These featured a 5 - 1/2" barrel, commercial quality factory blue finish,

Lot: 1097 - (M) BOXED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 629-2 STAINLESS .44

Offered in 1988 only. It featured the non-fluted cylinder, 6" barrel, target rear sight, six shot double action with black rubber grips, the 629-3 came out in 1989. This model also featured the solid under barrel lug. Comes with box. CONDITION: No

Lot: 1098 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: COLT POLICE POSITIVE TARGET, 1895

Lot consists of: (A) Police Positive Target Revolver. Manufactured four digit first year 1910 production. Features blued finish, six shot, fluted cylinder, double action, high front target sight, adjustable rear sight, and black composite Colt logo

Lot: 1099 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO CASED SMITH & WESSON N-FRAME

Lot consists of (A) Model 29-2. Built on the square butt target N-Frame. Features a 6 1/2" pinned barrel, recessed chambers, red insert front sight, target rear sight, case color target hammer and trigger, silver medallion checkered cocobolo grips

Lot: 1100 - (M) THOMPSON CENTER ARMS SINGLE SHOT PISTOL WITH 4

The Thompson Center pistol system allows an owner to have one frame and buy as many different barrels they wanted for different chores. They are super strong actions and easy to change over barrels. All barrels are blue. Frame is matte blue with

Lot: 1101 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL POCKET RIFLE NO. 40 SINGLE

Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. This pistol has matching nickel plated shoulder stock and frame. The front sight is a folding Beech style, the rear sight slot

Lot: 1102 - (A) US CAVALRY COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER -

The Colt letter states that this revolver was shipped to the US Government on September 18th, 1878 in a shipment of 150 revolvers for Army issue. This revolver has matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Cylinder not numbered

Lot: 1103 - (A) SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL NUMBER 3 TARGET

These popular target revolvers were built on the No. 3 frame, chambered for special cartridge (.38-44) with a 6 - 1/2" barrel, single action, nickel finish, monogram rubber grips with Paine front sight and adjustable rear. All frames built prior to

Lot: 1104 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO WORLD WAR II CLASSIC HANDGUNS,

Lot consists of (A) Showa 18.12 Japanese Type 14 Nambu in 8mm. Made in 1943 at the Toriimatsu plant at Nagoya Arsenal. This is a second series and standard in all respect. Matching numbers on both Mahogany grips and on back of magazine. CONDITION:

Lot: 1105 - (C) DWM M-2 PORTUGUESE CONTRACT LUGER

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for contract sales to the Portuguese military. This is known as the 1906 M-2. Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety is

Lot: 1106 - (C) DWM 1906 COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken Company for commercial sales in Germany and abroad. This gun is an early long frame and the thumb safety is marked "GESICHERT" in the lower position. The majority of these were short frame and

Lot: 1107 - (C) EARLY SERIAL NO. 9 COLT ARGENTINE MODEL 1927

Colt produced 10,000 Model 1911 A1 Models for Argentina in 1927-28. They are simply a Colt 1911 A1 Commercial made in 1927 that had special markings for that country and tagged the Model 1927. This is the earliest example we are aware of and the

Lot: 1108 - (C) DWM 1921 DATED POLICE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "DWM" in scroll and is property numbered "1921"

Lot: 1109 - (C) PRE-WAR POLISH EAGLE 39 F.B. RADOM PISTOL

Very fine pre-War eagle 39 Polish Radom 9mm pistol. Rust blue finish with two line F.B. Radom 1939 date and Polish eagle in center. Triple latch pattern with slotted butt for shoulder stock. Black checkered plastic grips with VIS marking in center.

Lot: 1110 - (C) POLICE MAUSER G DATE S/42 LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "S/42" and correct "EAGLE 63"

Lot: 1111 - (M) MASTER ENGRAVED WALTHER PPK-S1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

This beautiful pistol displays nearly full coverage scroll engraving, nickel finish with real mother of pearl grips. Comes with Walther black plastic carrying case with extra magazine, associated paperwork. CONDITION: Nearly new condition. Case is

Lot: 1112 - (M) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT SUPER COMMANDER .38 SUPER

This is a stainless steel Commander in .38 Super with short slide and frame built on the 1911 design. The faux ivory grips have a raised carved image of Sam Colt on left panel. Right side of slide is stamped Colt MK IV. This pistol features master

Lot: 1113 - (C) CASED 1900/06 WAFFENFABRIK BERN LUGER

Manufactured in 1918. Features long frame, round pencil barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, distinctive Swiss style walnut grips with an un-checkered border, old style sideplate,

Lot: 1114 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY

It would be hard to improve on this high condition US Colt that was made for the Army in 1918. It has all the correct era parts such as the u-notch bevel edge rear sight, long smooth trigger, wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop, safety with smooth

Lot: 1115 - (M) FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT GOVERNMENT MKIV SERIES

Factory display cased Colt Colt Government Model shipped 1984. Style "D" engraved with blue finish, Colt Custom Shop walnut grips with ivory inset and medallions. Shipped to Sloan's Sporting Goods Company, Ridgefield, Connecticut, January 19 , 1984.

Lot: 1116 - (M) CASED AND FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1911A1

This Colt Custom Gun Shop offering features nearly full coverage "D" scroll engraving, Colt blue finish, and gold medallion ivory grips with American eagle carved on both panels. All other features on this Series 70 are standard. CONDITION: Appears

Lot: 1117 - (C) AS NEW COLT 1902 SPORTING MODEL SEMI AUTOMATIC

This is a first year production Colt Sporting Model 1902 in .38 ACP caliber. Less than 7000 of these pistols were manufactured between 1903-1908. Commonly referred to as the "Colt Long Slide" models. CONDITION: This example has been masterfully

Lot: 1118 - (C) US 1911A1 .45 AUTOMATIC BY REMINGTON RAND,

Of standard configuration throughout with excellent bore and nearly 100% of its original parkerized military finish, with phenomenal markings. CONDITION: Bore is excellent. Gun is near mint, showing very little wear. Almost imperceptible scratch

Lot: 1119 - (C) EARLY WAR TIME PRODUCTION HIGH POLISH SLOTTED

Early wartime Eagle WaA77 inspected slotted Polish Radom with single line F.B. Radom slide legend on left side. Black plastic checkered grips with FB marking. Complete with white stitch brown leather holster marked "bnz 1943" and "P35(p)" on interior

Lot: 1120 - (C) MASTER ENGRAVED COLT 1908 SEMI AUTOMATIC .380

Manufactured 1937. This beautiful pistol has been master engraved in a typical 19th century Colt scroll pattern with almost complete coverage with the Colt pony in gold on left side of slide. The gun was finished in a Colt royal blue and finally

Lot: 1121 - (C) LOT OF TWO: LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS.

Lot consists of: (A) Features include round barrel with dovetailed fine tune front sight and tangent rear sight. Eight round detachable box magazine. Semi-automatic toggle action and wood two piece grip panels. CONDITION: Gun is mismatched and

Lot: 1122 - (M) LOT OF 10: COLLECTION OF HARRY SANFORD AMT

Harry Sanford was the original founder and owner of the Arcadia Machine & Tool company, who famously produced the AMT AutoMag and the AMT Lightnings. Lightnings became increasingly popular for the developing sport of Silhouette shooting, which

Lot: 1123 - (C) CASED & FACTORY ENGRAVED WALTHER P-38

Made in Germany and imported by Interarms. Comes with oak display case along with original matching cardboard box with matching number on test target. Comes with original instructions as well. The gun has typical German oak leaf engraving, full

Lot: 1124 - (C) MAUSER S/42 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", center toggle link marked "S/42" and "1939" over the chamber. This is an

Lot: 1125 - (C) MAUSER G DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", center toggle link marked "S/42" and "G" over the chamber. This is an

Lot: 1126 - (C) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE MAUSER MODEL 1934

This is a 2nd Variation with the "(eagle) / M" on the right side of the frame. Ost fleet marked on the front strap; "O.4031". Wood grips. Proper magazine is marked "N4207". CONDITION: Retains 95% finish overall with wear on the high points. All

Lot: 1127 - (M) COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL MARK IV SERIES 70

This is a near mint Series 70 that is stamped for the 9mm Steyr cartridge. Blue finish with gold medallion checkered walnut grips. It comes in the original box labeled to the gun with booklets and hang tag. CONDITION: Presents as new as when it was

Lot: 1128 - (M) DAKOTA TACTICAL D54R MP5 STYLE CLONE

Roller lock action with integrater top rail welded to receiver, diopter sights, Dakota Tactical modular handguard system, Navy style semi-auto trigger group, and backplate with sling swivel. Comes in a carrying case with five additional 30 round

Lot: 1129 - (C) DWM 1918 DATED LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "DWM" in script. This is an all

Lot: 1130 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO COP SS-1 .357 MAGNUM FOUR SHOT

Lot consists of (A) Four barrels, top break action, stainless finish. Checkered wood grips. Notch rear, blade front. Comes with COP outer sleeve with associated paperwork, blue flip top case. CONDITION: Fine, retaining majority of finish with some

Lot: 1131 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO DAN WESSON VALOR V-BOB .45 ACP

Lot consists of (A) Dan Wesson Valor V-Bob, Trijicon tritium "straight 8" sights, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, solid curved trigger with overtravel adjustment, bobtail cut with checkered mainspring housing, checkered front strap.

Lot: 1132 - (C) GERMAN UNIQUE KRIEGSMODELL 7.65 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Rare and desirable French Unique pistol made under German occupation. Identified as the "UNIQUE KREIGSMODELL". This is a German improved design of the Unique Model 17. Caliber 7.65 with two line Unique legend on left side of slide. Inspected on right

Lot: 1133 - (C) LOT OF TWO: DWM LUGER AND WALTHER PPK

Lot consists of (A) 1915 dated DWM military luger with an aftermarket six inch barrel. Aftermarket plastic grips with scrimshaw on them. World War Two magazine. CONDITION: Fair bore. Gun retains 99% of the aftermarket blue finish. (B) Crown N proofed

Lot: 1134 - (M) LOT OF FIVE: FOUR POLICE GLOCK 42 AND STOEGER

Lot consists of (A-D) Four Glock 42s. Includes factory case, 2 magazines, Sealed test fire round, and accessories. CONDITION: Excellent, likely only test fired. Mechanics are crisp. (E) Stoeger Cougar 8040 semi-automatic pistol in .40 S&W. This

Lot: 1135 - (C) LOT OF THREE: RUGER .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of: (A) Ruger NRA 2002 WM. Ruger commemorative .22 MKII pistol that features the old style rear fixed sight, checkered white composite grips with red eagle medallion. Pistol is engraved with special inscription and legends. CONDITION: As

Lot: 1136 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS

Lot consists of (A) Standard post-World War I Model 1903 in .32 caliber features last style silver medallion checkered walnut grips, blue finish, grooved magazine release with tempered crimped base magazine that is stamped with caliber. CONDITION:

Lot: 1137 - (C) HIGH POLISH GERMAN INSPECTED SLOTTED POLISH

Slotted for shoulder stock and finished in high polish blue. Triple latch configuration with black checkered plastic grips with VIS in center. Eagle WaA77 inspected on slide and frame. Single line F.B. Radom legend on left side of slide. Housed in

Lot: 1138 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION MANUFACTURED P-35 RADOM

WaA77 inspected triple latch pattern F.B. Radom P-35 Radom pistol with checkered black plastic grips with FB marking in center. German inspection on both slide and frame. Single line F.B. Radom P-35 legend on left side of slide. Matching numbers

Lot: 1139 - (C) SLOTTED P-35 POLISH RADOM WITH GERMAN

WaA77 inspected triple latch Polish Radom with slotted butt for shoulder stock, polished blue finish with black checkered plastic grips with VIS marking in center. Single line legend on left side of slide with P-35 designation and German inspections.

Lot: 1140 - (M) BOXED COLT GOLD CUP MODEL 1911 NATIONAL MATCH

Standard Series 80 .45 caliber Gold Cup National Match Model 1911 with factory blue finish, Elliason rear target sight, light-weight adjustable trigger, flat top slide and gold medallion checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Near new inside and out in

Lot: 1141 - (C) COLT MODEL 1903 EXPOSED HAMMER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Introduced in 1903 and manufactured until the great market crash of 1929. It was based on the hammer exposed semi-automatic 1900 design with a shorter frame and barrel and called the Pocket Model. It features a high polish blue finish with round case

Lot: 1142 - (C) NICELY CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT WOODSMAN WITH

Made in 1937, now with full blued finish. Master custom engraved in about "C" factory level with scroll on barrel, frame, slide, and trigger guard. No engraver signature noted. Two piece ivory grips. Housed in a beautiful French fitted wood case with

Lot: 1143 - (C) LOT OF TWO: WALTHER PPK AND BERETTA 950BS SEMI

Lot consists of (A) Factory engraved with gold Walther PPK, blue finish with scroll engraving, walnut stocks, left side states 75th anniversary. CONDITION: Near new with handling mark. (B) Beretta 950. .22 short with stainless slide, custom wood

Lot: 1144 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE INTRATEC SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Standard DC-9M with threaded barrel, fixed sights, sling attachment at rear. Black finish. CONDITION: Good used condition with some marks from handling and operation. Comes in Intratec carrying case with three extra magazines and

Lot: 1145 - (C) NAZI MARKED WALTHER PP SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include post front and dovetailed rear sights, blowback double action semi-automatic, detachable box magazine, two piece plastic grip panels. Eagle N proofs on right side of barrel and slide. WaA359 Waffenampt on left side on slide and

Lot: 1146 - (C) TWO PRE-WAR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS FROM FEMARU

(A) Femaru Model 37 - This pistol was made before the German occupation as there are no German military markings. It wears a commercial quality blue finish with grooved hard-wood stocks. It comes with one magazine and period holster that was not made

Lot: 1147 - (M) HECKLER AND KOCH P9S SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Standard P9S with fixed white front sight, adjustable blacked out rear. Made in Germany, and import marked on right side of slide for HK Inc. Spurred trigger guard. Phosphate finish. CONDITION: Fine retaining the vast majority of factory finish with

Lot: 1148 - (C) INGLIS BROWNING HI-POWER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Features include dovetailed post front sight and tangent rear 50 - 500 meter sight. Blow back semi-automatic single action with exposed hammer. Black plastic grip panels and a detachable double stack box magazine. Rear grip strap is cut for a

Lot: 1149 - (M) LOT OF 2: TWO KAHR SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS.

Lot consists of: (A) Boxed CM9 with stainless slide and polymer frame. CONDITION: As new in box with three magazines. (B) Cased P380 with stainless slide and polymer frame. CONDITION: As new in box with one magazine. Accessories: Boxes Barrel Length:

Lot: 1150 - (A+C+M) LOT OF 4: ASSORTED HANDGUNS.

Lot consists of: (A) Reproduction real Colt Model 1860 United States Commemorative Cavalry US revolver. Standard blue and case color with brass trigger guard. "US" stamp on frame, cartouche on both grips. CONDITION: Mirror bore and perfect action.

Lot: 1151 - (M) LOT OF THREE: POCKET PISTOLS AND REVOLVER.

Lot consists of (A) American Derringer Model M-1, .45 Colt & 410 Shotshell. Stainless steel with two piece wood grips and hammer block safety. With box and paperwork. CONDITION: As new with slight handling marks. (B) North American Arms

Lot: 1152 - (M) LOT OF THREE: HENRY ARMS MARE'S LEG AND .44

Lot consists of (A) Mare's Leg in .45 Colt, extra large loop, brass furniture and walnut stocks. Buckhorn rear sight with white diamond. Comes in Henry white cardboard box correctly numbered to gun. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority

Lot: 1153 - (A) IMPRESSIVE BRITISH PROOF SILVER PLATED SHARPS

Features include a cluster of four barrels with a spur trigger brass frame. Two piece floral pattern gutta purcha grip panels. Exposed hammer with a rotating firing pin mechanism. CONDITION: Barrels retains 98% of its original Royal blue factory

Lot: 1154 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 645

Lot consists of: (A) Smith & Wesson Model 645 semi-automatic. Features single stack magazine, double action, stainless steel, red ramp front sight, target rear sight, and black plastic grips. No box and only one magazine. CONDITION: Has some

Lot: 1155 - FACTORY CZ 75B 9MM CUT AWAY PISTOL.

Factory cutaway demonstrating the inner workings of a CZ-75B. Standard 75B with ring hammer, three dot white combat sights. Cuts demonstrate inner workings of pistol including barrel locking, firing pin, sear actuation, mainspring, trigger bow,

Lot: 1156 - DWM LUGER CUTAWAY.

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", center toggle

Lot: 1157 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of: (A) Smith & Wesson semi-automatic Model 1076 pistol with stainless steel, wrap around checkered grips, and three magazine clips. CONDITION: Near new in correct Smith & Wesson box numbered to gun with all paperwork; slight box

Lot: 1158 - (C) HIGH CONDITION STEVENS IDEAL 44-1/2 SINGLE

Features half octagon blued barrel, case color frame, walnut stock, and rifle butt. Has Rocky Mountain front sight and sporting rear. CONDITION: All metal retains 98% original factory finish with bright colors, even buttplate has 60% fading original

Lot: 1159 - (C+A) LOT OF TWO: TWO REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK

Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1871 rolling block carbine with 1901 patent date. Gun was made for export to South America and crest of nation is on stock. Gun has blued barrel with case hardened receiver. Saddle ring stud and carbine style

Lot: 1160 - (C) STEVENS IDEAL 44 SINGLE SHOT .32 LONG RIFLE

The Ideal rifle was made from 1896-1933 using the 44 action. This example features a 26" round barrel and is chambered for the .32 Long Rimfire cartridge. The scope is a Stevens No. 161 that measures 30". The barrel rifle sight slots have been used

Lot: 1161 - (M) SHARPS 1878 TYPE CUSTOM SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

This rifle features a custom 1878 type hammerless falling block action stamped "LRH 9/71" which is the handiwork of master gunsmith Lloyd Harriman of Ohio. It sports a heavy round barrel. The barrel was never cut for any iron sights. The walnut

Lot: 1162 - (M) LOT OF FIVE .22 CALIBER RIFLES FROM STEVENS,

(A) Stevens Favorite-single shot, round barrel with walnut stocks. CONDITION: Not much original metal finish. Stock re-done. (B) Leather wrapped stock Winchester Model 62 slide action rifle. Made in 1955. Stock professionally leather sewn cover in

Lot: 1163 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR STEVENS .22 BOYS

Lot consists of (A) Collector grade Stevens .22 Short "Crack-shot" single shot boys rifle. Features a 20" round barrel, dovetail front sight with single leaf rear, takedown, lanyard ring, case colored frame, walnut stocks and plastic buttplate.

Lot: 1164 - (A) CUSTOM WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW-WALL .22

An original Winchester Low-Wall action was the basis of this custom built rifle. The action was built in 1892. A custom made round barrel with ramp front sight with no blade was installed. It was then stocked with straight grain walnut English style

Lot: 1165 - (C) LOT OF 2: H&R SINGLE SHOT RIFLES.

Lot consists of: (A) H&R Shikari model rifle with 24 inch barrel, Chambered for .45-70 with blade front sight and folding leaf rear sight. Walnut stocks with brass and wood wiping rod. CONDITION: Very fine with excellent bore and crisp mechanics.

Lot: 1166 - (C) STEVENS SWING OUT SINGLE SHOT BOYS RIFLE

Unusual rifle that swings open to allow loading a single .22 cartridge. The frame is factory nickel plated, the barrel blued, with walnut buttstock only with steel buttplate. A seldom seen Stevens. CONDITION: Barrel blue is now a soft patina. Frame

Lot: 1167 - (C) MUKDEN MAUSER ACTION 7X57MM BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Chambers Pachmayr recoil pad and oil finish English walnut stock. CONDITION: Near new with most all original blue. Excellent bore. Barrel Length: 26" Caliber/Bore: 7x57mm FFL Status: Curio & Relic Manufacturer: Mukden Model: Mauser 98 Serial

Lot: 1168 - (C) STEYR FULL STOCK MANNLICHER BOLT ACTION

This exquisite Austrian bolt action rifle features the distinctive full-length hand checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with white line spacers and black composite grip cap and buttplate. Other features include hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf

Lot: 1169 - (M) DAKOTA ARMS MODEL 76 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

This high quality hunting rifle features pistol grip nylon stock that is press checkered, black rubber pad, round matte finished barrel, wind drift single blade rear sight , ramp front sight, muzzle break, sling eyes, and a high quality Zeiss 3x9

Lot: 1170 - (C) CUSTOM MAUSER COMMERCIAL MODEL 98 .30-06 BOLT

Features commercial Model 98 action, tapered octagon barrel, Winchester style safety, and deluxe English walnut checkered stock with cheek rest. CONDITION: Very Good. All metal completely refinished with nearly all finish remaining. Excellent bore.

Lot: 1171 - (C) SUPERB ORIGINAL CONDITION GRIFFIN & HOWE 1903

(Circa 1924) Early Griffin & Howe styling and legendary high quality. Bull barrel mounted with scope blocks and banded-on front sight. Makers name and address on top. Speed lock 1903 action with profiled tang. Lyman 48, checkered bolt knob.

Lot: 1172 - (C) SCARCE .257 ROBERTS WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT

Made in 1940. This rifle in .257 Roberts is scarce in a standard model. The carbine model was only available from 1936-46. Aside from the 20" barrel, all other parts are interchangeable with a standard rifle such as sights and stock. The bolt on this

Lot: 1173 - (M) PRIME 1957 PRODUCTION WEATHERBY CUSTOM IN .300

Early Mauser action with South Gate, CA address. 24 inch barrel. Barrel marked "WEATHERBY 300 MAGNUM". Serial 8636. Blond walnut stock with ebony tip, pistol grip cap, skipline checkering and classic inlaid "Weatherby Diamond" on both sides of stock.

Lot: 1174 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL SUPER GRADE 70 RIFLE WITH

Winchester Model 70 Super Grade bolt action rifle with Leupold 3-9 variable power VARI-X II scope, Super Grade checkered stock with cheek rest and ebony forend tip. CONDITION: Very fine overall; most original blue remaining. Solid wood free of cracks

Lot: 1175 - (M) DELUXE ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 700 WITH

The frame on this rifle is factory laser engraved with standard blue finish, high gloss pistol grip walnut stocks, sling swivels, black forend tip, and skip checkering. It is mounted with an early quality Fecker 3/4" tube scope and aluminum mounts.

Lot: 1176 - (M) ATTRACTIVE AND WELL-CONSTRUCTED HALL

A well known name in the competitive rimfire community, Hall Manufacturing also produces a number of centerfire actions, which are equally well regarded. This particular example has the following features: eight-fluted free floating barrel with a

Lot: 1177 - (M) LOT OF 2: BROWNING A-BOLT .270 WINCHESTER BOLT

Lot consists of: (A) Brown A-Bolt with stainless steel, synthetic stock , 3-9 Redfield scope. Great fowl weather deer rifle. CONDITION: Near new, possibly unfired. Bore is near mint. (B) Ruger Model 77 bolt action with 6.5-20x Leupold Var-X III

Lot: 1178 - (M) SHILEN DGA 6MM PPC BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Shilen DGA single shot action, pink stock epoxied to the action preventing easy removal. Jewell trigger affixed by two pins running through the stock. Tapered, free floated barrel marked with caliber on bottom. Scope blocks affixed to action with

Lot: 1179 - (C) EARLY PRODUCTION STEYR ZEPHYR .22 LR

This is a very early gun. Production officially started in 1955, however this gun features a three-digit serial number and has a "54" barrel date on it. Full size Mannlicher style stock. Factory checkered wrist and forend. Scope mounting rail

Lot: 1180 - (M+A) TWO MODERN HIGH QUALITY HUNTING RIFLES, FROM

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle. Chambered for the .223 Remington cartridge and features the matte finish on metal with the durable synthetic stock. The sights have been removed and a Leupold 6x18 scope has been added.

Lot: 1181 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON MODEL 700 RIFLE AND MODEL

Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 700 chambered for the .243 Winchester cartridge. The heavy barrel was made with no provision for sights and is instead fitted with a Leupold gold ring 6.5x20 scope and base. The finish is blue and the stock is a

Lot: 1182 - (C) TURNBULL RESTORED WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE

Standard 1892 saddle ring carbine configuration. 20" barrel. Made in 1901. CONDITION: Excellent as professionally restored by Turnbull Restoration. Markings are clear. Wood has some slight dings and handling marks. Excellent bore is bright with sharp

Lot: 1183 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE

This is a standard blued rifle in all respects with semi-buckhorn rear sight, sporting front sight, Lyman No. 21 receiver sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, ebony forend tip, and case colored rifle butt. Factory research verifies .30 caliber rifle

Lot: 1184 - (C) WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1907).

Winchester Model 1894 takedown rifle, made in 1907, .30 WCF caliber, 26 inch octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, crescent butt plate, three-leaf express rear sight, fold down combination front sight, Lyman tang sight. CONDITION: Excellent

Lot: 1185 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER 1894 LEVER ACTION

(A) Manufactured 1950. Caliber .30-30. Shortened to 18 inches and has a large loop finger lever installed. Walnut stocks with recoil pad. CONDITION: Very good bore. Most all restored blue finish remaining. Stocks are very good with minor bruises and

Lot: 1186 - (C) RARE MARLIN GOLDEN 39-A 1960 90TH ANNIVERSARY

500 of these were made in 1960 to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Marlin Firearms Company. This gun is number 431. Factory chrome finish with deluxe checkered stocks and a squirrel carved into the right side of the butt. Original sling

Lot: 1187 - (C) FINE WICHESSTER MODEL 1894 TAKEDOWN LEVER

This is an extremely nice 1894 takedown. It features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blue finish with case colored lever and hammer. CONDITION: Hammer and lever still retain generous amounts of original color. Excellent stocks

Lot: 1188 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 16" TRAPPER SADDLE RING

This Model 1892 saddle ring carbine was built in 1907. A custom 16" 44-40 barrel was added and all metal was refinished. The walnut stocks appear original but were fitted to this gun. Carbine has an original Winchester folding leaf express sight that

Lot: 1189 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 OCTAGON .40-72 LEVER

The factory letter states that this rifle was shipped June 13th, 1902 as a .40-72 rifle with no other notes. It features a full octagon barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, rifle butt, ebony forend tip, and standard front and rear sporting sights.

Lot: 1190 - (C) FINE MARLIN MODEL 39-A .22 SL&LR LEVER ACTION

1941 produced Marlin 39-A with case colored receiver. 'B' prefix serial number. Blued round barrel. Stocks are relief carved in a Germanic style. The right side of the butt features two squirrels on a branch. The forend has an oak leaf pattern with

Lot: 1191 - (C+A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester 1873 3rd Model rifle manufactured 1900. Caliber .32-20 with full octagon barrel, full magazine, and crescent butt. Sheard front sight, Semi buckhorn rear sight. CONDITION: Fair, brown patina overall with dark bore.

Lot: 1192 - (M) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER BUFFALO BILL

Produced in 1968 in both standard 26" octagon barrel rifle and a short rifle with 20" octagon barrel. Both have the special medallions and nickel accents. CONDITION: Aside from light handling and storage marks, both guns are in unfired condition in

Lot: 1193 - (M) LOT OF 2: MARLIN 1894 .44-40 LEVER ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Marlin 1894 Century Limited Model 1894 lever action rifle; limited edition commemorative to celebrate the Marlin Model 1894 100th anniversary with tapered octagon barrel, full length 12 shot magazine, Giovanelli engraved

Lot: 1194 - (M) WINCHESTER 1886 TO 1966 CENTENNIAL 1894

Celebrating 100 years of craftsmanship and being the world leader in lever action sporting arms. 20" octagon barrel, full magazine, two piece walnut stock with brass finished forend cap receiver and buttplate. Barrel is engraved "A CENTURY OF

Lot: 1195 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 TAKE DOWN LEVER ACTION

Simply a nice, clean, takedown Model 95 rifle with standard round barrel, blue finish, walnut stocks, and rifle butt. It sports the standard sporting barrel sights. The forend has the ebony insert intact. CONDITION: 90% factory blue remains on barrel

Lot: 1196 - (M) ENGRAVER SIGNED BROWNING GRADE III

Made in Belgium. Satin nickle frame features dogs and pheasants on both sides surrounded by floral pattern engraving and signed G.Leiben. Barrel is blue with sporting sights. Beautiful dark finish checkered walnut pistol grip stock. Comes with

Lot: 1197 - (M) BEAUTIFUL BROWNING GRADE III SEMI-AUTO .22

Fine Belgium made Browning, made with flip up rear sight and blade front sight. Skip line checkered forearm. Coin finished action is beautifully engraved in standard Grade III pattern, signed by M.Magis on left side. Right side with setter chasing

Lot: 1198 - (M) AMERICAN HISTORICAL FOUNDATION VIETNAM M14

The M-14 style semi-automatic rifle was made by Federal Ordnance and features a deluxe finished walnut stock, high polish blue finish, gold accent pieces, and special plaque on right side of stock. It comes in its original walnut and glass green felt

Lot: 1199 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING BAR II SAFARI .338 WIN MAG

Made in Belgium and one of the finest semi-automatic sporting rifles ever produced. The metal features the Browning high polish factory blue finish and the hand checkered walnut stocks have the typical high gloss finish. Features include an

Lot: 1200 - (C) LOT OF 4: WINCHESTER 74 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLES.

(A) Made from 1939 to 1956. Winchester Model 74 semi automatic with tube fed mag, walnut stock and rifle sights. Comes with Weaver C-4 crosshair scope. CONDITION: 50% original blue with drilled receiver and scope added. Wood cleaned. Scope is clear.

Lot: 1201 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO RUGER 10/22 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Lot consists of (A&B) Ruger 10/22 50th Anniversary Semi-Automatic Rifles. Both guns feature upgraded wood stock with laser cut checkered panels at the fore stock and wrist. Rollover cheek piece. Blue barrel and action with no sights. Ten round

Lot: 1202 - (M) BOXED ARMALITE AR-7 SURVIVAL RIFLE

Marketed largely towards packbackers, boaters, and other users who would appreciate a takedown small caliber rifle. Rifles marked Armalite were made from 1959-73 after which, production was taken over by Charter Arms. Original ArmaLite barrels had a

Lot: 1203 - (C) STUNNING HIGH GRADE RARE MARLIN MODEL 47 SLIDE

This is a very scarce Marlin rifle. Magazine held 18 rounds and shot shorts, longs, and long rifle rimfire ammo. This is the highest serial number that we are aware of on this model. Features cyanide case color frame, and checkered walnut buttstock

Lot: 1204 - (C) FINE RARE CASE COLORED WINCHESTER MODEL 1890

Made in 1900. Features the scarce and desirable case color finish frame. Other features include full octagon blue barrel, sporting sights, tube magazine, takedown, grooved walnut forend and rifle butt. Rifle sports a Marbles tang sight. CONDITION:

Lot: 1205 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1890

Lot consists of (A) Made in 1913 and chambered for the .22 short cartridge. Features full octagon barrel, loading tube, takedown, sporting sights, small grooved walnut forend with walnut stock. CONDITION: 95% original blue on barrel while tube has

Lot: 1206 - (C) SCARCE WINCHESTER OCTAGON MODEL 61 .22 WRF

This scarce pre-War rifle was made in 1938. The octagon barrel was a special order available only before the war. It is also in a scarce caliber for this model, the .22 WRF. Features a 24" octagon barrel, tube magazine, blue finish, takedown,

Lot: 1207 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 HAMMERLESS SLIDE ACTION

Made in the next to last year for this popular model. This gun is chambered for the scarce and desirable .22 magnum cartridge. It features a 24" barrel, grooved frame, blue finish, takedown, magazine tube, flat bottom grooved fore-end, plain pistol

Lot: 1208 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN SA MARKED 98K BANNER

It was not until recently that the definitive meaning of the “Ch.d.A.” cartouche was identified and verified from original Mauser sales records. In the fall of 1934, Director Zillinger authorized sales to the head of the training system of

Lot: 1209 - (C) STEYR DAIMLER-PUCH VK-98 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Made for the Volkssturm or "People's Storm", these late war rifles armed Germany's last line of defense in the closing months of WWII. Receiver manufactured by Steyr in 1945. Metal components are crude, but are mechanically identical to a 98k.

Lot: 1210 - (C) FINE ORIGINAL US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1896 BOLT

Offered is an extremely clean, all original Krag Model 1896 saddle ring carbine. Features include saddle ring and bar, carbine "C" stamped rear sight, single barrel band, protective sight ears, walnut one piece stock. Stock has a "JSA" cartouche that

Lot: 1211 - (C) RARE WWII NAZI GERMAN DOUBLE SA MARKED WALTHER

98K style configuration with bayonet lug. Single shot. All matching numbers. "SAd.NSDAP" cartouche on the left side of the stock, also unit marked in period black paint "SA. Di. Z" on the right side of the forend. Not import marked. Leather sling.

Lot: 1212 - (C) RARE WORLD WAR II GERMAN MAUSER BORGISWALDE

This is a very scarce 243 code 98k Mauser rifle made at the Borgiswalde factory in 1938. Eagle L marked on the stock for the Luftwaffe. All numbers are matching including the handguard. The band spring is unnumbered. Missing the cleaning rod. Duffle

Lot: 1213 - (C) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE

Production of the 1903 Springfield fell dramatically after the first World War, as that was to be "the War to end all Wars", and arming America was no longer a priority. Most collectors consider the 1920-30's Springfields as the finest ever made. The

Lot: 1214 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL PRE-WAR WALTHER SPORTMODELL BOLT

Best quality Pre-World War II .22 training rifle. Frequently purchased by SA Members and Police agencies for rifle training and practice. Built to a much higher standard of finish and were considerable more expensive than the DM 34 that was produced

Lot: 1215 - (C) FINE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG BOLT

Offered is a fine condition Krag Model 1898 with "JSA 1902" cartouche and script "P" at wrist. CONDITION: Barrel retains 95% blue blending with some light patina. 85% bright blue on the bayonet band. Frame has 95% blue that is drifting. Mottled grey

Lot: 1216 - (C) VERY FINE BRAZILIAN 1935 CONTRACT MAUSER RIFLE

Standard 1935 contract Mauser rifle made for Brazil and so marked with the Brazilian crest on the receiver ring. All numbers are matching. This is one of the "new in crate" rifles that was uncovered in the 1970's. These were made between 1935 and

Lot: 1217 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE US MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD

Lot consists of (A) 1903 US Springfield. The SA barrel is dated 1-29 and the serial number matches the year of production. The rear sight is 2700 yard model with knurled and dished knobs. Proper walnut two bolt stock with wide finger groove. The

Lot: 1218 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD AND REMINGTON BOLT

Lot consists of (A) Antique Springfield 1896 Krag rifle. Caliber .30-40 Krag with 30 inch barrel. Comes with World War I leather sling. CONDITION: Good with most exterior blue finish gone but very fine bright shiny bore and good mechanics. Stock is

Lot: 1219 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903

Lot consists of (A) Typical rebuild using a frame made in 1918 and a barrel dated 8-1928 with a World War II era scant stock added. The frame was refinished in greenish matte while balance is blue including bolt. All of the parts are milled. The bore

Lot: 1220 - (C) MATCHING STEYR DAIMLER-PUCH 98K BOLT ACTION

98k manufactured by Steyr Daimler-Puch in 1942. "bnz/42" on receiver ring. Matching numbers include receiver, bolt, bolt stop housing, barrel bands, rear sight, floorplate, and hand guard. Laminated stock with later war cupped buttplate. Complete

Lot: 1221 - (C) SPANISH FABRICADE ARMAS MAUSER M1943 BOLT

This model replaced the Model 1916. The receiver bridge has the crest and is dated 1946. All visible matching numbers and no signs of any import stamps with pistol grip walnut stock. CONDITION: 90% original arsenal blue on metal. Stock is excellent

Lot: 1222 - (C) AUTHENTIC AND HONEST WW2 1903-A4 SNIPER RIFLE

1943 production model 1903-A4 Sniper Rifle with the correct early Weaver 330B scope with etched M73B1 and serial number designations. Rifle has the proper FJA inspected full C-Stock and small Remington inspectors marking forward of trigger guard

Lot: 1223 - (C) US REMINGTON MODEL 1903-A3 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

This is a classic World War II rifle made 9-43 and so stamped on barrel. Frame is marked Remington. This rifle has the updated A3 rear sight, stamped parts, "FJA" Frank Atwood stamp on left side of stock, and proof "P" on wrist. ME reading: 1.5. TE

Lot: 1224 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Springfield M1 Garand by Springfield. National Match barrel with National Match front sight and rear sights. Armory style glass bedded buttstock and forward hand guard. Barrel dated SA 2-63. CONDITION, Very fine with most arsenal finish remaining,

Lot: 1225 - (C) WORLD WAR II GERMAN BERLIN-LÜBECKER G-43

Standard 1944 production G.43 made by Berliner-Lübecker. This gun is a post-World War II French reissue to border guards or internal security forces as evidenced by the "R" stamp in the right side of the stock. Reproduction leather sling, K

Lot: 1226 - (M) PRE-BAN HECKLER & KOCK HK91 WITH COLLAPSIBLE

Gun was made in 1980. Original bipod and factory collapsible stock. Flash hider. Made in Germany. Missing the magazine. CONDITION: Retains 95% original finish overall with some light handling marks. Plastic forend and pistol grip have some light

Lot: 1227 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY

Springfield M1D sniper refurbished by the CMP. Springfield marked receiver made in February 1945. Unmarked barrel dated 6-99. Op rod marked with "NM" for National Match and made by Remington. Springfield bolt and stamped trigger group. New made

Lot: 1228 - (M) LOT OF TWO: ARSENAL SAM7SF SEMI AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Standard Arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates

Lot: 1229 - (C) JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH

Model 1941 Johnson Rifle manufactured 1941 and primarily used by USMC. 10 round rotary magazine. Manufactured by Cranston Arms company. Walnut stocks, parkerized finish with checkered steel butt plate. CONDITION: Excellent as totally restored.

Lot: 1230 - (C) US WORLD WAR II SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND

Nice early war Garand with featuring "D28287 18SA" marked bolt (incorrect), "D28290-12SA" on trigger group (correct), "SA 12-42" barrel (correct), "D35382 6 SA" on unaltered operating rod (correct). Also includes correct era lock back rear sight,

Lot: 1231 - (M) PRE-BAN HECKLER & KOCH HK93 .223 WITH FACTORY

Pre-ban, made in 1980. Factory collapsible stock. Made in Germany. One steel bodied 20 round magazine. Flash hider. CONDITION: Retains 98% original finish overall with very light handling marks. Factory black plastic forend and pistol grip have some

Lot: 1232 - (M) BUSHMASTER XM15-E2S SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH

Bushmaster lower, unmarked upper. GGG added section of rail and scope mount, holding an Aimpoint Comp M. Telescoping stock, A2 style grip and handguard. Added section of rail forward of handguard for holding a flashlight with pressure switch. Forward

Lot: 1233 - (C) INLAND M1 CARBINE SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY

Inland manufacture M1A1 paratrooper style carbine with folding skeleton stock and wood "fatboy" style pistol grip stock. Inland marked barrel dated 11-42. Parts mostly consistent with Inland production except barrel band and rear sight. CONDITION:

Lot: 1234 - (C) WINCHESTER M1G SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLE.

Winchester manufactured M1 Garand receiver made in January 1943. Barrel is made by Springfield with a date of 6-45. Winchester early milled trigger group that is all Winchester. W.R.A. marked op rod and bolt. "P" marked late style gas plug. Wood

Lot: 1235 - (M) NODAK SPUD NDS-9 YUGO ZASTAVA M72 RPK

These were built on the AK47 platform to be used as squad automatic rifles. Bipod, long heavy barrel with compensator. Takes standard AK47 magazines. This gun is in semi-automatic and features a No-Dak Spud receiver and original Yugoslavian parts

Lot: 1236 - (M)SPRINGFIELD M1-A BUSH RIFLE WITH FOLDING STOCK.

Factory discontinued compact shortened variation of the M1A with Italian produced side folding stock and shortened 18-1/2" barrel. Uses standard M14 magazines. Mounted with wood handguard and flashider without bayonet lug. CONDITION: Very fine to new

Lot: 1237 - (C) STANDARD PRODUCTS M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

Standard Products M1 carbine with Underwood marked barrel dated 3-44. Arsenal rebuild with flip safety and late style sling band with bayonet stud. Rear late style adjustable sight. Correct internal parts non consistent with Standard Products

Lot: 1238 - (C) SAGINAW M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

Saginaw Division of General Motors manufactured M1 carbine with Saginaw marked barrel with no date. Serial number indicates late 1943 or early 1944 production. All parts consistent with Saginaw production. Push button safety. Wood high wood stock

Lot: 1239 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Springfield made receiver made in 1956 with Springfield marked barrel dated 5-56. Springfield marked bolt,trigger group, and operating rod. Correct sights and looks to be all Springfield parts. Stock has "P" in circle proof with three star over eagle

Lot: 1240 - (C) IBM M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

IBM manufactured M1 carbine with IBM Corp. marked barrel with no date. Serial number dates this gun to 1943. Round bolt with parts marked consistent with IBM manufacture. Wood stock with correct style buttplate. Comes with early style clip and green

Lot: 1241 - (M) LWRC M6A2IC SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH

LWRC M6 lower, M6IC upper. LWRC flip up iron sights, ambidextrous charging handle, Vickers 221 sling on Magpul quick detach fore point, rear quick detach point in stock. 1:7 twist barrel. Fully ambidextrous controls. Magpul MOE grip, LWRC adjustable

Lot: 1242 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 1980.

Standard 1980's configuration. Triangle forend. Non-forward assist. Trap in butt. Birdcage flashider. "C" marked bolt carrier group, MPC marked bolt. Made in 1980. Black nylon sling. 20 round Colt marked magazine. CONDITION: Retains 95% original

Lot: 1243 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE

Gun features a triangle forend with birdcage flash hider, bayonet lug, non-forward assist. Trap in butt. Made in 1980. Proper black nylon sling. Original manual. 20 round Colt marked magazine. "C" marked bolt carrier. "MPC" marked bolt. CONDITION:

Lot: 1244 - (M) LEFEVER SINGLE BARREL TRAP 12 BORE SHOTGUN

Made by Ithaca under the Lefever brand name. Plain barrel with brass front bead. Forend with diamond checkering pattern. Case colored action with company name and flying goose stamp. Capped pistol grip buttstock checkered in two point pattern through

Lot: 1245 - (C+M+A) LOT OF 8: SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUNS.

(A) Electric City .410 gauge & /44 Cal single shot. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: No original finish remains. Bore with orange peel. (B) Iver Johnson .410 gauge Single shot hammer shotgun. Uncheckered stocks. CONDITION: No original finish

Lot: 1246 - (M) PERAZZI TMX SPECIAL SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN

Newer model, but not current, this gun features high rib, ported barrel, interchangeable chokes, removable trigger group, adjustable comb and pad. 34" barrel. Extreme pistol grip. Lightly streaked and figured European walnut stock. Black finished

Lot: 1247 - (C) BAKER GUN COMPANY STERLING GRADE SINGLE BARREL

Equal to about a Grade 4 Ithaca, this gun has a wide matted ventilated top rib with white mid bead and steel front bead. Large forend is checkered in point and diamond pattern. The blued action is lightly scroll engraved with rabbit on right and

Lot: 1248 - (M) NEAR MINT ITHACA GRADE 5 SINGLE BARREL TRAP 12

Made with raised wide matted top rib with fluorescent orange front bead. Wide forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved Deeley release. Case colored action is engraved in typical Grade 5 pattern with floral scroll engraving, gold inlaid

Lot: 1249 - (C) SCARCE AND LATE L. C. SMITH IDEAL SIDE BY SIDE

Very late production gun with "FWS" prefix to serial number, this Ideal grade made with raised matted and tapered rib with steel front bead. Large beavertail forend with Schnabel tip and roll type release. Made with Hunter one trigger, auto ejectors,

Lot: 1250 - (C) FINE HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION A.H. FOX A GRADE

Beautiful A Grade 12 Bore gun made in Philadelphia with 2 weight barrels with matted top rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with case colored and engraved Deeley release. Boxlock action is engraved in Standard A Grade pattern shaded scroll

Lot: 1251 - (C) A.H. FOX CE GRADE DOUBLE WITH TAG AND FACTORY

Made in 1916 by Ansley H. Fox Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this fine gun features Krupp blued steel barrels with concave matted rib with twin ivory beads and ejectors. Boxlock case hardened action with automatic safety, early "C" style

Lot: 1252 - (C) RARE CASED PARKER REPRODUCTION DHE GRADE 12

Rare configuration two barrel set. Made in Japan with single splinter forend which is interchangeable to both barrels. Made on a 1 - 1/2 frame, barrel set #1 (28") choked Improved Cylinder and Modified. Barrel set #2 choked Q1 & Q2 (26"). Case

Lot: 1253 - (C) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 21 16 BORE SIDE BY

Early standard grade field gun with usual maker marks on tops of barrels. Matted concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forearm with roll type release is checkered in point pattern. Blued action is unengraved. Pistol grip buttstock is checkered

Lot: 1254 - (M) WINCHESTER 23 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH CASE.

Made with low profile matted ventilated top rib with two white beads and engraved "Ducks Unlimited." Mono-blocked barrels. Large forend with Deeley release is checkered on sides. Coin finished and engraved action with gold ducks head on bottom and

Lot: 1255 - (C) LOT OF FIVE: SIDE BY SIDE HAMMERLESS SHOTGUNS,

Lot consists of (A) "TRYON SPECIAL" marked sidelock hammerless side by side shotgun. Gun has walnut checkered pistol grip stock, splinter forearm, fluid steel barrels, auto safety and extractors. Right barrel has octagon shape. CONDITION: Fair

Lot: 1256 - (C) L. C. SMITH 20 BORE FIELD GRADE SIDE BY SIDE

Late production gun with FWS serial number prefix and high top rib on barrels. Made with splinter forend, which is checkered in point pattern. Unengraved case hardened action. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the

Lot: 1257 - (C) BAKER BATAVIA EJECTOR 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE

This fairly high condition example was made with Damascus barrels, auto ejectors, double triggers, non auto safety. The gun has a matted concave top rib with steel front bead. Full sidelock case colored action stamped on sides "Batavia Ejector".

Lot: 1258 - (C+A) LOT OF SIX: SIX DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS FROM

Lot consists of (A) Lefever Arms Co. E Grade 12 bore. Splinter forend, capped pistol grip. Early gun with minimal engraving. CONDITION: Poor. Barrels cut. Top lever missing. Stocks with chips and missing forend tip. Nonfunctional. (B) Central Arms

Lot: 1259 - (C) W.C. SCOTT BOXLOCK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH

This early boxlock features splinter forend, double triggers, extractors, and automatic safety. It was made with Deeley release and Greener crossbolt locking system. The forend is checkered in point pattern and Deeley release is also scroll engraved.

Lot: 1260 - (M) BERETTA S682 OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN.

Made with low profile matted and ventilated rib with large orange front blade sight. Round nose forend with latch release is checkered. Coin finished action with makers name on sides and model number on bottom. Made with non selective single trigger,

Lot: 1261 - (C) BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 BORE OVER/UNDER

This fine early three digit serial numbered Superposed was manufactured in 1931. Features two piece walnut stocks. Front stock has two hand checkered panels. Rear stock has a round knob pistol grip with two hand checkered panels at the wrist.

Lot: 1262 - (M) WELL MADE GEBRUDER MERKEL MODEL "203" 20 BORE

Made in Suhl, this high quality well made gun exhibits typical Merkel quality. Made with solid rib matted top rib with brass front bead. Three piece forend is nicely checkered with engraved Deeley latch release. Coin finished reinforced action is

Lot: 1263 - (C) MERKEL 203E OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN WITH EXTRA

(1962) Two sets of demi-block barrels, both 28" long, marked "1" and "2" on loops. Barrels are fitted with solid, matted ribs, and makers name and address are on left ejector housings. Barrels are stamped with November 1962 East German nitro proofs

Lot: 1264 - (C) MAHRHOLDT PETERLONGO BLITZ ACTION EJECTOR OVER

(1951) 23 - 5/8" double rifle and 27 - 5/8" double shotgun barrels are both marked with makers name and "INNSBRUCK" on top barrels. Rifle barrels with standing rear sight on solid matted rib, matted ventilated rib on shotgun barrels. Ferlach proofs.

Lot: 1265 - (C) REMINGTON MODEL 3200 COMPETITION OVER/UNDER 12

Made with low profile matted and ventilated top rib with steel mid and white front beads. Customized stocks and barrels with choke tubes added. Large forend with finger grooves checkered in point pattern with blued and engraved release. Blued

Lot: 1266 - (M) LOT OF THREE: WINCHESTER MODEL SUPER X-1

Lot consists of (A) Winchester Super-X Model 1 12 Bore with plain barrel, choke marked "FULL" and 2 - 3/4" chambers. Large forend with finger grooves is checkered. Blued receiver, polished carrier. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered and

Lot: 1267 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO BELGIAN A-5 LIGHTWEIGHT

Lot consists of (A) Light 20 features 27" vent rib barrel. Made in 1969. Blue finish with high gloss checkered walnut stock with square knob. CONDITION: 98% overall with light handling marks. Mirror bore. Beautiful light 20. (B) Light 12 features 28"

Lot: 1268 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON 1100 AND 870 SEMI

(A) Remington 870 pump "Ducks Unlimited" "Atlantic Edition" entitled "The River". Blued receiver with Gold flying duck medallion and floral design on right side of frame. "Ducks Unlimited Atlantic Edition" on left. Fancy walnut stocks with checkered

Lot: 1269 - (M) LOT OF 2: BROWNING BPS AND B-80 SEMI AUTOMATIC

(A) "Ducks Unlimited" Browning BPS "Pacific Edition" entitled "The Coastal". Gold duck medallion on left side with Browning BPS and "The Coastal" with floral engraving. "Ducks Unlimited Pacific Edition" on right with floral engraving. Blued receiver,

Lot: 1270 - (C) LOT OF 3: HUNTING SHOTGUNS AND COLLECTIBLE

Lot consists of: (A) Fine, classic, pre-war Remington Model 17 slide action shotgun. Chambered in 20 gauge marked for a full choke. The Model 17 was manufactured in 20 gauge only, from 1917-1933. Features plain barrel with single bead, blue finish,

Lot: 1271 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE QUALITY 12 BORE SHOTGUNS

Lot consists of (A) Winchester Model 12 (1959). This is the 30" Super X 3" full choke model. Features plain barrel, takedown, blue finish with plain pistol grip walnut stock and a Winchester solid red pad. CONDITION: 95% plus original blue finish

Lot: 1272 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 PUMP ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Manufactured 1908. Features 30" barrel with full choke. Square knob walnut stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate (broken) 80% barrel blue that is drifting. 60% frame blue blending to gun metal gray. Walnut stock is proud

Lot: 1273 - (M) BOXED DELUXE WINCHESTER LIMITED EDITION MODEL

This high grade limited edition Model 12 featuring 26" vent ribbed barrel, deluxe oil finished walnut stocks with fiery grain with deluxe checkering and pistol grip cap. The frame features a gold border around the perimeter with fine scroll engraved

Lot: 1274 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN IN

Made with raised matted Simmons ventilated rib and fluorescent orange front bead. Checkered forearm. Blued action. Capped pistol grip but is checkered in two point pattern and terminates with a Winchester hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Excellent

Lot: 1275 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO CLASSIC PRE-WAR SLIDE ACTION

Lot consists of (A) Pre-War Remington Model 29. Only available from 1929-33 and only offered in 12 bore. Takedown with blue finish, pistol grip stock with hand checkering, and Remington composition buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains the majority of

Lot: 1276 - DUMMY WWII NAZI GERMAN MG34 MACHINE GUN WITH

Built utilizing original parts on a solid aluminum receiver with Bakelite stock, brown leather sling, bipod, and standard sights. 936 code on parts, dated 1940. Accompanied by an anti-aircraft tripod and mount. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish. Markings

Lot: 1277 - DUMMY WWII BRITISH LANCHESTER SMG.

Assembled using original parts on a solid aluminum receiver. Accompanied by an original 50 round magazine. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain a pleasing patina with some light surface rust here and there. Bore condition cannot be determined. Wood

Lot: 1278 - LOT OF 5: UNFIRED UBURTI WORKING MINIATURE COLT

Quality built collection of miniature Colt working model revolvers including 1851 Navy, 4-3/4" Colt Single Action Army, 3" Colt Single Action Army Sheriffs Model, Colt Single Action Army US Cavalry Model, and Colt Buntline. The Sheriffs Model and

Lot: 1279 - LOT OF EIGHT BRICKS OF COLLECTIBLE .22 AMUNITION.

Lot consists of eight bricks of .22 ammunition. (A) Western SUPER X .22 short. (B) Winchester SUPER SPEED .22 short. (C) Winchester SUPER SPEED .22 long. (D) Remington STANDARED VELOCITY KLEANBORE .22 long rifle. (E) FEDERAL Lightning .22 Long Rifle.

Lot: 1280 - LOT OF TWENTY ONE COLLECTIBLE .22 RIMFIRE

Lot consists of twenty one boxes. (A) Remington KLEANBORE .22 Winchester Automatic. (B) Remington KLEANBORE .22 Winchester. (C) Winchester .22 Automatic two piece box. (D) U.S. Cartridge co. .22 NRA long rifle Lesmok. (E) Western Cartridge Company

Lot: 1281 - LOT OF FOUR MINT ANTIQUE AMUNITION BOXES

Lot consists of: (A) Tan two piece box with green top label with an orange side label with the rampant Colt on it. Winchester .38 LONG Colt black powder 150 grain lead bullet CENTER FIRE CARTRIDGES. Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms

Lot: 1282 - LOT OF FOUR: FOUR BOXES OF .25 STEVENS LONG

Lot consists of: (A) Tan two piece box with green top and side labels. ".25 STEVENS R.F. 50 CARTRIDGES" Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. CONDITION: Near mint factory sealed box. (B) Tan two piece box with green top and side labels. "50 .25

Lot: 1283 - MOST ATTRACTIVE CONTEMPORARY 1/10TH SCALE MODEL OF

Used by the Confederates in the Defense of Vicksburg. During the battle, a shell exploded and the Confederates later cut away the damaged end and used the cannon as a mortar. Heavy iron barrel measuring 10" overall and 1-1/2" at muzzle; .75 caliber.

Lot: 1284 - J. STEVENS NO 368 RIFLE SCOPE WITH NO. 8 MOUNTS -

Beautiful early Stevens target scope stamped No. 368 that measures 19" in length, 3/4" tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics, 6x with the Stevens No. 8 adjustable mounts. CONDITION: Retains 90% original factory blue. This scope was available

Lot: 1285 - J. STEVENS NO. 161 TARGET RIFLE SCOPE - CIRCA

This beautiful scope features Winchester patent 1907 grasshopper adjustable rear mount and 1907 front mount used with the A5 and B5 scopes. The scope measures 28-1/4" in length, has a 3/4" tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics. CONDITION: 95%

Lot: 1286 - PAIR OF WORLD WAR I & WORLD WAR II COLT MODEL 1911

These are government issue so called squad cleaning kits made for the Model 1911. Each metal carry case is embossed with US logo on top. The early set dating to World War I has ten brass rods, oiler, and tin. The World War II kit has the same style

Lot: 1287 - HUGE M14 AND M1 CARBINE MAGAZINE LOT.

Lot consists of: 15 wrapped M14 magazines, five Unwrapped, 27 wrapped large capacity M1 Carbine magazines, 17 wrapped small capacity M1 Carbine magazines, 21 unwrapped M1 large capacity, 13 small capacity, five rubber mag caps, two bags of springs,

Lot: 1288 - A DESIRABLE LOT OF POLYTECH PARTS AND ACCESSORIES,

Lot includes four complete AK Front sight housings with front sight base and bayonet, one spring replacement kit, one sealed bayonet, six slant muzzle brakes, ten pistol grips, nine wood with crosshatch checkering and one plastic with checkering, one

Lot: 1289 - ENORMOUS LOT OF HOLSTERS, MOSTLY SIG AND WALTHER.

Includes numerous holsters with the overwhelming majority being SigTac OEM holsters for numerous models. A few other manufacturers appear to be present including IWI Defense, De Santis Gunhide, and iTac Defense. Vast majority of holsters appear to be

Lot: 1290 - MASSIVE LOT OF ASSORTED RIFLE MAGAZINES.

Includes magazines from Magpul, Sig Sauer, HC3R, and other manufacturers. Vast majority of magazines are for AR and AK platforms, with some others mixed in. Numerous calibers observed, including .22 LR, .223, 7.62x39, and 7.62x51. CONDITION: Many

Lot: 1291 - HUGE LOT OF ASSORTED MAGAZINES FOR RIFLES AND

Includes OEM magazines for companies such as FNH USA, Walther, Glock, CZ, and Sig Sauer. Calibers vary from Kel-Tec PMR-30 magazines in .22 WMR to Walther PPQ magazines in .45 ACP. CONDITION: Most magazines are still in original plastic shell

Lot: 1292 - ONEIDA NEWHOUSE NO. 150 BEAR TRAP.

Measures 27" in length. In 1925, Oneida sold the trapmaking division to Animal Trap Company of America, Lititz, PA, where the Newhouse bear traps were continued in limited production through 1976. The raised letter pan now read Oneida Newhouse

Lot: 1293 - 1910 Nobel's Explosive Co. Ballistite & Empire

This dated advertising piece was put out by the Nobels Explosive Co. that was a German chemical and weapons company whose headquarters is in Troisdorf, Germany. It was founded in 1865 by Alfred Nobel. In 1876, Nobel's company became a limited

Lot: 1294 - RARE CIRCA 1875 UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE BOARD

This is a very rare board indeed. Unfortunately, it needs some expert restoration. We found an image (included) that shows this board with 91 cartridges and 11 primer viewers. This board is missing all 11 primer groups and has 78 of the 91 total

Lot: 1295 - LOT OF 2: ENGLISH BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK HOLSTER

(A) Round barrel marked extra proof SHARPE. The flat lock marked SHARPE. Flat lock with replaced cock. Walnut full stock, brass furniture. (B) Octagonal brass barrel, bolted lock, walnut full stock, simple brass furniture. CONDITION: (A) Good

Lot: 1296 - (A) RARE JOSEPH HENRY MODEL 1807-1808 FLINTLOCK

Round barrel is deeply struck with a P at breech end. CONDITION: Good, possibly retaining some original lacquer brown. The bolted stepped lock marked J. Henry (J. obscured). Swan neck cock, well-formed frizzen, brass furniture corresponding to 1808

Lot: 1297 - (A) RARE C. ROBBINS MODEL 1826 PISTOL.

This is one of 2 known examples of these very rare guns. Made by C. Robbins of Tioga, New York. Lock is most likely an English import due to the roller frizzen spring and waterproof pan. Lock is marked "C. ROBBINS". Iron mounted, with the exception

Lot: 1298 - (A) SCARCE ORIGINAL FLINT S. NORTH 1826 US NAVY

Standard configuration with belt hook on the left side. 1828 dated. Original flint. 3,000 of these were made, many were converted to percussion during the years leading up to the Civil War. CONDITION: Retains a pleasing patina overall, some areas of

Lot: 1299 - (A) RARE H. YOUNG NEW YORK MILITIA FLINTLOCK

British proofs on barrel. The lock is marked "H/YOUNG". Mr. Young was an importer in New York operating with that company name from 1820-1830. Brass mounted. These are often referred to as secondary martial pistols. Many times these will be found

Lot: 1300 - (A) A MODEL 1836 US SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY

Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel is stamped NWP, P (Nathan W. Patch). CONDITION: Barrel is polished over old minor pitting, obscuring inspectors' mark. Crisp Waters markings and eagle head. All small parts original. Stock with some

Lot: 1301 - (A) AN INTERESTING US MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL

There are three of these pistols known to exist that have been tinned and have a belt hook. In his book "US Military Small Arms" by Riley, he mentions that some were tinned, possibly for Naval use. Of standard configuration throughout except for the

Lot: 1302 - (A) MODEL 1842 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY A.

The pistol is of standard configuration, with barrel stamped US, EB over P. The lock plate is stamped "A. WATERS MILBURY MASS 1842". Walnut stock with B inspector's stamp but no cartouche. CONDITION: Barrel is polished bright over very minor pitting.

Lot: 1303 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK US MARTIAL PISTOL BY

Pistol is all original throughout, in standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel with only minor pitting. Lock with some staining and no significant pitting. Walnut stock with excellent "JH" cartouches. Mounts have been cleaned but are not pitted.

Lot: 1304 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1819 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY

Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel shows deeply struck "P" over "US" at breech. Lock with "S. North, Middn Conn" and dated 1822. Push-on half-cock safety. CONDITION: In clean condition with fairly sharp markings. Walnut stock is heavily

Lot: 1305 - (A) US MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY

The Model 1836 was the last US Martial pistol made using the flintlock mechanism. About 41,000 were manufactured between 1836 and 1844 by Asa Waters and Robert Johnson. This was the standard issue pistol for the Mexican War and many were converted to

Lot: 1306 - (A) LOT OF TWO: A BRACE OF US MODEL 1842 SINGLE

Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration throughout, with smooth gray metal on barrel. US over JPH on breech. Barrel tang dated 1847. CONDITION: Lock has smooth gray patina and excellent markings, dated 1847. Brass mounts, stock with crisp WAT

Lot: 1307 - (A) DERINGER MODEL 1842 NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION

Standard model 1842 box lock Navy pistol as made by Deringer. Marked on the lock "DERINGER/ PHILADELPHIA". Marked on the barrel towards the breach with "DERINGER" also "RP" as well as a "P" in a circle. Smoothbore. CONDITION: Barrel retains a good

Lot: 1308 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLLECTOR'S LOT CONSISTING OF AN

Lot consists of: (A) Sidehammer percussion pistol with engraved brass frame, blued octagonal barrel, signed on top flat Egg, London. Checkered bag grip with German silver escutcheon, blue trigger guard. Egg was one of the most famous and iconic of

Lot: 1309 - (A) LOT OF TWO: FRENCH MODEL 1837 MARINE PISTOLS

Lot consists of a pair of French 1837 Marine Pistols. Includes belt hooks and stirrup rammers. Back action lock signed "M.F.R. De Chatellerault" and breech tangs marked "M 1837". CONDITIONS: The locks and barrels retain some original bright polish

Lot: 1310 - (A) A SCARCE 1842 "FLAT LOCK" WATERS SINGLE SHOT

Standard configuration, with iron butt cap and brass trigger guard. Stirrup rammer. Barrel stamped US, JHP. The flat lock with "(Eagle) / AH Waters Co. / Milbury Mass / 1848." CONDITION: The barrel is polished bright over old pitting. Markings are

Lot: 1311 - (A) A MID 19TH CENTURY OTTOMAN PERCUSSION GUN

The finely made Damascus barrel with with 1 - 3/4" bell mouth, plain breech, front action, bolted lock, Ottoman style arabesque engraving, highly figured circassian walnut full stock of rifle form with bone buttplate. Steel trigger guard in English

Lot: 1312 - (A) A US PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL BY

Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel retains considerable traces of original lacquer brown. Marked USN 1844 RPP. The lock with inside hammer marks N.P. Ames, Springfield MASS USN 1845. CONDITION: Markings slightly weak but no serious pitting.

Lot: 1313 - (A) LOT OF 2: COLT 2ND GENERATION 1ST MODEL

Lot consists of: (A) 2nd Generation Colt 1st Model Dragoon with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. (B) 1847 2nd Generation Colt Walker with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case

Lot: 1314 - (A) ADAMS PATENT 1851 .52 CALIBER PERCUSSION

Octagon barrel. Right side of frame marked "Adams Patent No. 30382B", left side of frame marked "Adams/1851/Patent". Top strap marked "ALEX B THOMSON 16 UNION PLACE EDINBURGH". Rear of cylinder numbered 8027. Frame stamped "I. Brazier" in very small

Lot: 1315 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE COLT SECOND GENERATION

Lot consists of an 1851 Navy and two 1860 Army revolvers. One 1860 is long flute model and the other is a US model. All have the traditional blue and case colors with walnut grips. CONDITION: All three are in near new condition inside and outside. No

Lot: 1316 - (A) COLT HERITAGE EDITION 2ND GENERATION 1847

C Company No. 675 with one piece walnut grips, blue and case color finish, and gold banner with inscription "The Colt Heritage Commemorative" along with gold busts of Samuel Walker and Samuel Colt. Complete set with walnut case and leather bound

Lot: 1317 - (A) LOT OF TWO: COLT SECOND GENERATION PERCUSSION

Lot consists of (A) Colt Second Generation Blackpowder Series 1862 Pocket Police, blue & case color, silver plated backstrap and trigger guard, one piece varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: Virtually new. (B) Colt Second Generation Blackpowder

Lot: 1318 - (A)PEPPERBOX PISTOL MARKED WESTLEY RICHARDS & AN

A. Pepperbox, six shot, .36 percussion, double action, top bar, with square butt and metal cap. All metal is gray patina. Indexes properly. British proofs on barrel. Left side stamped Westley Richards London. Has engraving on right side of frame. B.

Lot: 1319 - (A) ORIGINAL COLT 1851 NAVY & REMINGTON 1858 ARMY

Each gun is an original weapon that has been framed in shadow box, individually. (A) Remington is serial number 30447 and looks complete. CONDITION: All dark brown patina with nice grips, framed with some bullets and caps. Has not been removed from

Lot: 1320 - (A) ANTIQUE ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45

Manufactured 1881. New York style fully engraved revolver. The style of engraving is that of Helfricht and has nearly full coverage with scroll pattern. Cylinder and frame are number 66643 while barrel, trigger guard and back strap are number 76342.

Lot: 1321 - (A) COLT MODEL 1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1897).

Standard 5 - 1/2" barrel, blue finish, black composite grips in caliber .32-20 which is fairly scarce in this model. The lanyard ring is intact. CONDITION: The frame retains approximately 75% factory original blue, straps are patina, cylinder is

Lot: 1322 - (A) MERWIN HULBERT & CO. 4TH MODEL DOUBLE ACTION

Considered by many to be the most beautiful big bore Western era revolver ever made. It has all the traditional features of a Merwin with the ability to instantly change barrels but the 4th model has the added rib and solid half under-lug with

Lot: 1323 - (A) IDENTIFIED COLT US ARTILLERY MODEL SINGLE

Typical mixed batch of numbered US Colt cavalry revolver parts that were assembled after 1890 from recall in which parts were changed and barrels were all cut to length of 5 1/2". Parts include; RAC 132318 inspected frame, Ainsworth 5502

Lot: 1324 - (A) PERIOD CONVERTED 1883 US COLT CAVALRY

This revolver, made in 1883 and inspected by David Clark, originally had a 7 - 1/2" barrel, blue & case single action revolver with one piece inspected walnut grips. Once they were through with it or once it was absconded, the next owner shorted

Lot: 1325 - (A) RARE REMINGTON MODEL 1870 NAVY CONVERSION

It is documented that all Model 1870 pistols with the 7" barrel were altered 8 - 1/2" Model 1865 pistols, with trigger guard added and converted from .50 rimfire to .50 centerfire. This is one such example that has the P and FCW stamp on right side

Lot: 1326 - (A) REMINGTON 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL -

This is a civilian model. The barrel measures 8 1/2" which was only standard on the rimfire Model of 1865. This pistol is referred to as a transition model and easily identified by the longer barrel and the screw that goes through the grip. The

Lot: 1327 - (A) LOT OF THREE: THREE NATIONAL ARMS SINGLE SHOT

It is estimated that 5000 of these were made between 1865-70 in Brooklyn before the company was purchased by Colt in 1870 where this model saw continued manufacture as the Colt First Model Deringer until 1890. This lot contains one iron frame model

Lot: 1328 - (A) REMINGTON 1865 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL.

Approximately 1000 manufactured between 1865-70. This is a civilian model with the only military type stamp being the anchor on barrel but no inspector stamps. Caliber was .50 rimfire. It is a single shot featuring an 8 1/2" barrel with walnut grip

Lot: 1329 - (A) CHILD'S FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE BY HESS.

Unique child's rifle attributed to the Hess family of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Plain maple stock with typical reddish finish. Two piece line engraved patchbox and line engraved toeplate. Brass furniture. Octagon barrel with rifle sights.

Lot: 1330 - (A) FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE MARKED

Embellished flintlock Lehigh style Kentucky with octagon barrel, with Lehigh rifle style sights and owner's name "Stephen Kocher 1831" engraved on brass inlay on top barrel flat. Curly maple fullstock with brass furniture including full saddleplate,

Lot: 1331 - (A) GIBBS LANCASTER FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Henry Gibbs Lancaster, Pennsylvania made Kentucky with unmarked Golcher style flint lock. Octagonal smoothbore barrel stamped "H. Gibbs Lancaster, Pa." with rifle sights. Full curly maple stock with wrist checkering and brass furniture including four

Lot: 1332 - (A) 1830'S JACOBSBURG CLASS GUN.

A contemporary copy of a 1830's Henry made trade rifle. Green Mountain octagon barrel with rifle sights marked "Henry II NO. 10" on the barrel flat. Unmarked flint lock with single trigger. Full walnut stock with brass furniture including four piece

Lot: 1333 - (A) HARPER'S FERRY EARLY 1805 RIFLE.

Early 19th century Harper's Ferry rifle with Eagle over "US" marked lock dated 1805. Half-round, half octagon barrel with Eagle over "P" touchmark, "US" touchmark and number 2224 at breech of barrel. Rifle sights. Flint lock with single trigger.

Lot: 1334 - (A) J. KIBLER CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Contemporary colonial style flintlock rifle built and signed by Jim Kibler of Ohio. Rifle features a swamped octagonal barrel with rifle sights. Siler flintlock with shaped single trigger. Plain maple stock with early style carving and brass

Lot: 1335 - (A) TRYON SILVER MOUNTED HALF STOCK RIFLE.

Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured percussion half stock circa 1850. Half round half octagon light target hunting barrel with "Tryon Philada" stamping and rifle sights. Walnut checkered stock with German silver furniture including a two

Lot: 1336 - (A) FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE MARKED "A.

A. Kiser most likely worked in the Upper Susquehanna area of Pennsylvania. Curly maple full stock percussion rifle with five brass inlays, two piece patchbox, and rifle sighted octagonal barrel signed in script "A. Kiser". Converted percussion lock

Lot: 1337 - (A) LARGE AND EARLY FOWLER TRADE SIGN FOR TRYON

Two stage smoothbore steel barrel with indistinct markings on left side of breech. Early flat banana lockplate converted to percussion. This Hudson Valley fowler turned to trade sign has an iron hook directly in front of the sheet brass buttplate

Lot: 1338 - (A) L. BOYD CONTEMPORARY PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Bedford style contemporary percussion rifle signed "L. Boyd". Brass furniture with engraved Bedford style pierced "Q" finial patchbox. Bedford style "rat tail" style lock with Bedford high spur hammer controlled by double set triggers. Comb button

Lot: 1339 - (A) HAWKIN TYPE HALFSTOCK PERCUSSION HEAVY BARREL

This mid-19th century or later heavy barrel percussion half stock bears no maker name. "WARRANTED" can still be read on the lockplate. No maker name on the heavy barrel. Features full buckhorn rear sight, German silver blade front sight, one piece

Lot: 1340 - (A) MID-19TH CENTURY UNDER-HAMMER PERCUSSION BUGGY

This diminutive rifle features an octagon barrel with brass muzzle protector, underhammer ignition, and single trigger. Deluxe walnut buttstock with long tang rear barrel mounted sight and standard front sight. CONDITION: Metal is soft brown patina.

Lot: 1341 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE.

George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured "1841 Mississippi Rifle" dated 1848 behind percussion lock hammer. Lock marked with date at rear and "Phila" and "Tryon US" in front of hammer. Brass furniture with two barrel bands, trigger

Lot: 1342 - (A) NEAR MINT COLT 1861 REPRODUCTION PERCUSSION

Colt produced one of the finest high quality true to every detail Civil War musket ever made. This model 1861 is correct in all aspects. All metal is finished in the white with the exception of the proper blued two leaf folding rear sight. Barrel is

Lot: 1343 - (A) HIGH CONDITION MARLIN BALLARD NO. 2 SINGLE

Marlin offered this small bore single shot from 1875-1890 for use on small game. It is chambered for the .32 Long cartridge. Standard features included a 28" full octagon barrel, case-color frame, drop breech with lever, walnut stocks with rifle

Lot: 1344 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 HIGH WALL SINGLE SHOT

Offered is a round barreled single shot rifle. It features the blue finish with standard walnut stocks. The rear sight has been removed and a scope block has been attached at the barrel breech. The tang is missing the top screw. CONDITION: Barrel

Lot: 1345 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .44 CALIBER LEVER ACTION

Standard 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine in .44 caliber, one of the all time classic Old West rifles. Features round barrel, full magazine, twin bands, walnut stocks, carbine butt, saddle ring and stud, blue finish, post front sight, and single standing

Lot: 1346 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SADDLE RING CARBINE

Made in 1898. Winchester Model 1886 saddle ring carbine with blued round barrel, full magazine and case hardened receiver with saddle ring. Carbine style forearm and buttstock. Correct style sights. CONDITION: Barrel has been cleaned to a silvery

Lot: 1347 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 45-70 LEVER ACTION RIFLE

The factory letter states that this rifle was shipped on June 13, 1893 in .45-70 caliber with a round barrel, which is how it remains today. Other features include a full magazine, 1886 dated long range folding leaf rear sight, walnut stock and rifle

Lot: 1348 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE.

George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured 1841 "Mississippi Rifle". One of 5000 made between 1846 - 1848. Musket barrel with blade front sight, stud for saber bayonet and rear graduated sight. "AWP", "VP", and eagle head barrel proofs

Lot: 1349 - (A) 1807 U.S. CONTRACT ARMY RIFLE.

This rifle was built to specifications laid out by Tench Coxe for the 1807 Contract rifle having a plain two piece brass patchbox, a 38 inch barrel, .54 caliber chambering, a plain curly maple stock and 53 - 1/4 inch total length. Gun has octagon to

Lot: 1350 - (A) CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND REPAIRED SPRINGFIELD

From all outward appearances, this gun presents as a standard model 1842 musket made at Springfield. Dated 1855 at the rear of the lock. Standard V/P/Eaglehead proof on left side of the barrel. No date on barrel tang. Illegible cartouche on the left

Lot: 1351 - (A) LOT OF 3: 19TH CENTURY ENFIELD MUSKETS.

Lot consists of (A) Enfield Tower Pattern 1845 musket with percussion lock dated 1847. Walnut full musket stock with brass hardware with lanyard sling swivels. Round musket barrel with British proofs near breech. Comes with reproduction leather

Lot: 1352 - (A) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLES.

Lot consists of (A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle with a breech block marked "US Model 1878". Lock is undated and is marked with an Eagle above "US Springfield". Windage rear sight with "R" marking. Fixed front sight. Blued metal parts. Gun

Lot: 1353 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

Original Springfield Model 1884 trapdoor carbine. Standard 22 inch barrel with Post front sight with blade and Buffington "C" marked rear sight. Proper thick wrist SWP inspected stock with trap including cleaning rod and broken shell extractor. Low

Lot: 1354 - (A) FINE 1886 DATED US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1884

Standard carbine features 1884 dated block, non-dated US eagle sideplate, trapdoor buttplate, 1884 rear sight, saddle ring and bar, post front sight, and grooved trigger. Sharp "SWP 1886" Sam Porter cartouche on left side with script "P" on wrist.

Lot: 1355 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1866 2ND ALLIN

2nd Allin Conversion of a Civil War Springfield rifle with a lockplate date of 1863. Breech block dated 1866 over an eagle. Three band forearm with steel U.S. marked buttplate. Blade front sight and flip up rear sight. Original steel ramrod. Wood

Lot: 1356 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1869 CADET RIFLE.

This .50 caliber Trapdoor Allin Patent was made from 1869 to 1876 in a total quantity of 3,422. Has the shorter 29-5/8" barrel and is using the 1863 dated lock. There are no provisions for sling swivels. Smaller buttplate, 1868 military rear sight.

Lot: 1357 - (A) NEAR NEW US MODEL 1884 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR

The offered rifle is for a collector that simply wants the best condition trapdoor money can buy. This example is dated 1886, making it slightly over 130 years. It is a standard US issue in all respects with 1889 rear sight, ramrod (not bayonet),

Lot: 1358 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1863 THREE BAND PERCUSSION CIVIL

Standard configuration with patchbox. Inspectors marks on the bottom of the forend. Good cartouches on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: Metal surfaces have all been cleaned. Markings are clear. Wood has dings and handling marks. Bore is fine

Lot: 1359 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US CHAFFEE-REECE MODEL 1882

The Springfield Armory produced a mere 753 examples making this a very scarce rifle to locate. It is also one of the earliest repeating bolt action rifles issued by the Armory. Cartridges were fed through a trapdoor in the buttplate. It was approved

Lot: 1360 - (A) VERY RARE US WARD-BURTON MODEL 1871 SINGLE

A mere 316 Ward Burton saddle ring carbines were made in 1871; one will travel thousands of miles and search hundreds of gun shows and never see an example of this US Springfield issue carbine. The carbine features a 22" barrel, no sling swivels,

Lot: 1361 - (A) FINE EARLY CUSTER 7TH CAVALRY RANGE US MODEL

Manufactured early 1875. This carbine falls right between numbers 33000 and 43700 at 37341. It has all early features such as the thick long wrist, 1873 pinned rear sight, US carbine buttplate. "MODEL" 1873 stamped bolt. "ESA" Erskin Allen stamp in

Lot: 1362 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879

This fine 1879 Saddle Ring Carbine has a sharp "SWP 1882" cartouche on left side for Sam Porter with proof "P" on wrist. This carbine still has the 1873 rear sight stamped "C" with screws, short fat wrist, smooth trigger, 1873 dated block, non-dated

Lot: 1363 - (A) NEAR NEW ORIGINAL US MODEL 1866 ALLIN

This is an 1866 dated Model 2nd Allin Conversion. The walnut stock is stamped with both the "ESA" and "SWP" inspector stamps in oval for Allin and Porter. There is a small number "4" on left side of barrel, small eagle head left side of rear frame,

Lot: 1364 - (A) NEAR NEW US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR

This 1879 Trapdoor rifle is in superb all original condition, having seen little to no use. The block is dated 1873. Lock is not dated. Rifle sight is pinned. Buttplate has no trapdoor. As new "SWP 1883" cartouche and the cursive "P". CONDITION:

Lot: 1365 - (A) CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE.

Caliber .56-56 with 7 shot tubular magazine. 22 inch 6 groove rifled barrel with walnut stocks and saddle ring sling bar and ring. Ladder adjustable rear sight with post front sight with nickel blade insert. Spencer Repeating Arms markings on

Lot: 1366 - (A) SCARCE PARKER BROS. UNDERLIFTER 12 BORE

Made with Damascus barrels which have concave and tapered top rib with brass front bead with usual rib inscription. Splinter forend with wedge fastener is nicely checkered in point diamond pattern with steel tip. Case hardened action is nicely

Lot: 1367 - (A+M) LOT OF THREE: THREE SINGLE SHOT LONGARMS

Lot consists of (A) J. Rupertus of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania marked twist action single barrel shotgun with twist steel barrel, external hammer. Walnut wood stocks with steel buttplate. CONDITION: Condition concurrent with age with light pitting and

Lot: 1368 - (A) SCARCE J.P. LOVELL "EUREKA" 16 BORE DOUBLE

Made in England and retailed by J.P. Lovell of Boston, this interesting 16 gauge hammer gun features a ball grip stock that is nicely checkered around the action and in a wave pattern around the wrist. Fine Damascus barrels with well defined pattern.

Lot: 1369 - (A) W.R. PAPE PERCUSSION SXS SHOTGUN.

William Pape Best quality percussion muzzleloading shotgun made in New Castle-on-Tyne, England. Damascus steel barrels with concave smooth rib marked "W.R. Pape New Castle-on-Tyne Winner of London Gun Trials 1858-1859& 1866". Fine scroll engraved

Lot: 1370 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON MODEL 25 DOUBLE

Lot consists of: Two Smith & Wesson revolvers, referred to as the 1955 Model 45 Target Heavy Barrel. (A) Model 25-5 made in 1979-80. (B) Model 25-2 made in 1980. Both are built on the square butt target N frame with pinned barrel, caliber .45

Lot: 1371 - (M) US COLT CAVALRY .45 1873-1973 REVOLVER.

In 1973 for the 100th Anniversary of the Colt Peacemaker, Colt produced what many consider to be the finest commemorative revolvers that they ever produced. This example is one of the copies of the original Colt 1873 US Cavalry model in .45 Colt. It

Lot: 1372 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: COLT AGENT AND COBRA DOUBLE ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Agent manufactured 1970. Standard issue with six shot, double action, blue finish, and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Built with steel barrel and cylinder and alloy frame. CONDITION: Solid, near new gun with ghost drag

Lot: 1373 - (C) LOT OF THREE: COLLECTORS LOT OF THREE HIGH

Lot consists of: (A) Uncommon High Standard Sentinel Revolver with rare nickel finish and checkered plastic grips in original box with paperwork. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent with no use. Box is shop worn but very good. (B) High Standard Double

Lot: 1374 - (M) NEAR NEW COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

Made in 1987, this beautiful gun with full blued finish and ivory grips is quite striking and pleasing to look at. Made with 4-3/4" barrel. Blued frame, hammer is blued on top, sides are polished. Factory ivory grips with gold Colt medallions. Serial

Lot: 1375 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CONSECUTIVE CUSTOM USFA SINGLE

Custom made by the US Firearms Company that operated out of the old Blue Dome facility making some of the finest Colt clones ever built. (A) is serial number 20592, (B) is 20593. Both feature full nickel finish with walnut one piece bird head grips.

Lot: 1376 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT 1ST GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Colt factory letter states that this Colt was shipped on July 16th, 1900 to Simmons Hardware of St. Louis with a 4-3/4" barrel in .45 caliber with blue finish. It remains in that same configuration except it now wears a full nickel plated finish and

Lot: 1377 - (M) DESIRABLE MATEBA UNICA 6 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

A rare offering of the Mateba Unica 6 revolver, one of the few semi-automatic revolvers ever produced. Standard configuration 6" slabside barrel with low bore axis (barrel firing out of the bottom cylinder), adjustable black front sight, fixed black

Lot: 1378 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE FINE 1950S RUGER

Lot consists of (A) Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum Revolver. This is a second year production flat-top model with a 6-1/2" barrel, Micro target rear sight, six shot, blue finish with black composite grips that have the black Ruger medallion. CONDITION:

Lot: 1379 - (C) COLT 2ND GENERATION NICKEL SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Colt produced 89 revolvers in 1958 in this configuration and it was only the second year they offered nickel finish. Only 1,396 were made from 1957 to 1974 making it a fairly scarce item. CONDITION: This example shows no signs of cylinder burn or

Lot: 1380 - (M) COLT PYTHON 4" DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER

Built in 1998 comes the King of the Colt double action revolver line-up, the catalyst behind the Snake series. This example features the 4" barrel, full vent rib, full lug, six shot double action fluted cylinder with wide target hammer and standard

Lot: 1381 - (M) CASED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY ENGRAVED SINGLE

This fine custom shop Colt Single Action Army comes with a non-fluted cylinder and finished in blue and case with two piece ivory grips that wear the Custom Shop medallions. The gun is Class C engraved in standard scroll pattern. Manufactured in

Lot: 1382 - (A) HIGH CONDITION 6" COLT LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION

Offered is a stunning 90% plus antique Colt 6" .38 LC caliber Lightning made in 1896. Brilliant case colors and bright Colt blue with just some minor age freckling and light handling marks. It is also very desirable as it falls into the antique

Lot: 1383 - (M) BOXED AS NEW ROYAL BLUE 2 - 1/2" COLT PYTHON

The end label on the blue plastic case matches the serial number on gun and states Royal Blue Finish, 2 1/2". The grips are special order exotics with finger grooves and Colt sliver medallion and are not mentioned on label. CONDITION: As new, with no

Lot: 1384 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM SHOP FACTORY D ENGRAVED

This custom Colt has all of its special features listed on box end label. It features the highest level of Colt Master Engraving available in the D grade with virtually full coverage scroll and punch dot style, factory nickel, silver medallion ivory

Lot: 1385 - (M) RARE POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL 2 - 1/2" COLT

This is a scarce gun in this finish and barrel length. Comes in plastic box and matching cardboard sleeve along with hang tag, paperwork. Has the small checkered walnut stocks with silver medallion. This is the high polish version that looks similar

Lot: 1386 - (C) STUNNING TIM GEORGE ENGRAVED AND GOLD INLAID

Made in 1998, this stunning full blued gun with one piece ivory grips. Barrel is engraved in about "Class C" level of scroll engraving with gold bands and muzzle and near frame as well as bands that extend to ejector rod housing and gold floral leaf

Lot: 1387 - (M) FREEDOM ARMS MODEL 555 PREMIER GRADE SINGLE

All stainless steel construction single action chambered for the big .50AE cartridge, five shot, non-fluted cylinder, rosewood grips, and adjustable sights. CONDITION: Unfired and remains in near new condition inside and out. It comes in its original

Lot: 1388 - (M) BOXED HELFRICHT STYLE ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE

This is a crisp new Colt Single Action Army in original blue box with white outer box. Factory engraved revolver with nickle finish and Colt gold medallion Smooth walnut grips. CONDITION: New, never fired but no paperwork. Helfricht style scroll

Lot: 1389 - (C) COLT 2ND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45

Standard revolver with blue and case color finish, and real stag grips. Between 1956 and 1974 Colt made 14,983 revolvers in this configuration. CONDITION: This Colt has seen some use. There is light muzzle wear, a drag line, high edge cylinder wear,

Lot: 1390 - (C) THREE PRE-WAR COLT NEW SERVICE DOUBLE ACTION

Lot consists of (A) U.S. Navy Stamped Model 1909. Rare revolver, one of a thousand shipped to the US Navy. .45 Colt caliber with 5 1/2". Butt is stamped USN with anchor, Navy number 792. The entire gun has been polished and refinished in a high gloss

Lot: 1391 - (M) BOXED COLT 3RD GENERATION NICKLE SINGLE ACTION

Full factory nickle revolver that was built with old style screw in black powder frame and donut type ejector head. It is fitted with a set of real stag grips. CONDITION: Gun has been fired and there is some cylinder burn and a couple of small scuffs

Lot: 1392 - (M) UN-FIRED BOXED COLT KING COBRA DOUBLE ACTION

One of the newer members of the Snake Clan comes this in box polished bright stainless .357 with a 6" barrel, red ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, solid upper and lower rib, target hammer and Colt medallion rubber grips. Box has matching

Lot: 1393 - (M) 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45

This is an interesting gun. It is a last year standard 2nd Generation with blue and case colored finish, Colt black eagle grips, six shot, and fluted cylinder. The barrel has the "COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45" legend on the right side of the barrel

Lot: 1394 - (M) LOT OF TWO: COLT DIAMONDBACK .22 & TROOPER

Lot consists of (A) Trooper made in 1974 with blue finish, target sights and rubber grips. CONDITION: There is some muzzle wear, high edge wear on cylinder and a drag line, otherwise a solid 98% used gun. Fine bore and action. (B) Diamondback 4" blue

Lot: 1395 - (C) CASED RUGERS SUPER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM

This famous .44 was introduced in 1959 and this gun dates to the first series of guns made through 1973. Full blue high polish finish, six shot, no flutes, ramp front sight with target rear, target hammer, squareback guard and fitted with genuine

Lot: 1396 - (M) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF LONG BARREL SMITH &

Lot consists of (A) Blued Model 29-3 with a 10-1/2" barrel with dial adjustable front sight, target rear sight, six shot, blue finish, case color hammer and trigger with rubber grips. CONDITION: Gun is solid 98% with light drag line and muzzle wear

Lot: 1397 - (M) STAINLESS FREEDOM ARMS .454 CASULL SINGLE

These guns closely resemble the Ruger Blackhawk series. It is a flat top, five shot, single action with target front sight and non-fluted cylinder. Sports Pachmayr grips. Rear sight has been removed and now wears Leupold satin finish 2.5x8 hunting

Lot: 1398 - (M) THIRD GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY COLT

Made with 4 - 3/4" blued barrel with blade front sight. Case colored frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo near frame and American Eagle towards butt. Housed in a blue hard plastic Colt casing with original paperwork. CONDITION: Extremely

Lot: 1399 - (M) BEAUTIFUL COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD

Made in 1995, this beautiful blue and case hardened gun has a 7 - 1/2" barrel. Barrel with blade front sight and marked on side "Colt Single Action Army .45". Case hardened frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo towards frame and American

Lot: 1400 - (M) THOMPSON CENTER 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONTENDER .22

Produced in 1992 for their 25th anniversary, this single shot pistol became famous due to its ability to change barrels and calibers utilizing a single frame. This special example features a 10" round to octagon barrel, target rear sight, ramp front

Lot: 1401 - (C) STEVENS NEW MODEL NO. 40 POCKET RIFLE WITH

Introduced in 1896 and made until 1916. Easily identified by the conventional trigger with guard rather than spur trigger. This pistol has a 15" barrel in .22 caliber. Matching number on barrel and frame and stock. The front sight is a fixed globe

Lot: 1402 - (C) BOXED COLT CUSTOM GUN SHOP MODEL 1911-A1

The custom gun shop label reads "Gvt Model Silver Star .45 AP 5" S STL" It was finished in bright polish stainless steel while left side of frame is stamped Silver Star 45. It sports smooth wood grips with silver medallion. Comes with midnight blue

Lot: 1403 - (C) DWM 1920 LP.08 Commercial Artillery Luger

1918 dated DWM Artillery Luger. Features round barrel with inverted V front sight, nine position artillery rear sight, toggle action, finely checkered walnut grips, straw small parts, and eight round detachable box magazine. 1918 dated chamber with

Lot: 1404 - (C) OUTSTANDING COLT MATCH TARGET SEMI AUTOMATIC

Third Model Colt Match Target in original box with test target and paperwork. Test target is crisp and dated 5/21/1970. Comes with exceptional box with good label and instruction paperwork. CONDITION: Near new with no indication of use. Box is

Lot: 1405 - (C) WORLD WAR I GERMAN ERFURT P.08 LUGER WITH

Standard World War I German issue Erfurt P.08 dated 1916 above the chamber. All numbers on the gun are matching including the grips. Both of the proper wood bottom magazines are mismatched. Lug on rear grip strap for a shoulder stock. Accompanied by

Lot: 1406 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY LONG SLIDE

This model features the square butt with lanyard ring, blue finish, spur hammer, Colt logo black rubber grips and one original magazine. CONDITION: This example is in original condition retaining 50-60% factory blue finish thinning on top of slide

Lot: 1407 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET .22

Made in 1940 with the distinctive so called "Elephant Ear" checkered walnut target grips. Slab side barrel stamped Match Target with Bull's Eye on left side of slide. Has adjustable front and rear sights. High polish blue sides with matte finish top.

Lot: 1408 - (M) GLOCK 40 SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION "NUGE"

Special edition of the Glock 40 designed by Ted Nugent in collaboration with TMT tactical. Re-contoured and stippled frame with stippled thumb rest areas. Frame was machined to have forward cocking serrations, Ted Nugent signature just forward of

Lot: 1409 - (C) KRIEGHOFF P08 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL BABY

John Martz is well known as one of the finest builders of custom Lugers. The Baby Luger is one of his trademark items. This example has a 2 - 1/2" barrel fitted with a drift adjustable front sight. Front toggle link is marked with an "H-(Anchor)-K

Lot: 1410 - (C) WALTHER HIGH POLISH AC 40 WITH TWO MATCHING

Features include round barrel, dovetailed post front sight and U notch rear sight. Semi-automatic double action with exposed hammer and safety on left side of slide. Brown Bakelite grips with a lanyard loop on left side of handle. Eight round

Lot: 1411 - (C) CUSTOM .45 ACP WALTHER P-38 WITH 8 INCH

This custom made Walther Eagle 359 inspected P-38 pistol is chambered for the .45ACP cartridge. Has 8 inch barrel and two piece checkered wood grips. Magazine is JVM marked. Finished in satin nickel. CONDITION: Good as customized. Bore and mechanics

Lot: 1412 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED WILSON

Lot consists of (A) Standard Wilson Combat 92 Brigadier Tactical worked over by Wilson Combat. Features Trijicon tritium front sight, Wilson Combat U notch sight, tactical rail, decocker only, G10 dirty olive medallion grips, checkered front and back

Lot: 1413 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON 952-2 PERFORMANCE

Lot consists of (A) Stainless, blue, and matte finish, LPA adjustable rear sight, wind drift adjustable front sight, flattened slide top. Left side only tumbler safety. Wooden grips have been laser etched with the S&W logo with area of pebbling.

Lot: 1414 - (C) LP08 DWM ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

1918 dated DWM Artillery Luger. Features round barrel with inverted V front sight, nine position artillery rear sight, toggle action, finely checkered walnut grips, straw small parts, and eight round detachable box magazine. 1918 dated chamber with

Lot: 1415 - (C) MAUSER C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH STOCK AND

Spurious Ethiopian crest on the left side of the frame and the Ethiopian "Lion of Judah" on the left side of the slide. All matching numbers including the shoulder stock. Accompanied by matching wood shoulder stock with Mauser banner on the side. The

Lot: 1416 - (C) SHANSESI C96 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include round barrel with solid post front sight and ten position tangent rear sight. Graduated from 100-1000 meters. Blowback semi-automatic action. Integral 10 round box magazine. Two piece wood grips. Chinese characters on the left and

Lot: 1417 - (M) TURNBULL CUSTOM HERITAGE EDITION 1911 SEMI

Handcrafted in Bloomfield NY by Turnbull Restorations. Heritage Edition Government 1911 .45 pistol with masterfully case colored frame and blue slide with "Turning Bull' logo imprinted on rear left sift side of slide. 5 inch barrel with wide pattern

Lot: 1418 - (C) EXTREMELY RARE ZN 1918 DATED P.08 ERFURT LUGER

Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN", and center toggle link marked "CROWN ERFURT". Zn 1918 over the chamber.

Lot: 1419 - (C) RARE KREIGSMARINE NORTH SEA ISSUED SLOTTED

Early high polish F.B. Radom Model P-35 Radom pistol with Kreigsmarine marking on left of frame and "N" on front strap indicating North Sea issue. Single line legend on left side of slide. Slotted for stock, triple latch and high polish blue. Black

Lot: 1420 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY

This pistol was shipped to Browning Bros. on September 8th, 1909 according to Goddard's book. It features the spur trigger, army type square butt with lanyard and rear side serrations. It is finished in high polish blue with black composite Colt logo

Lot: 1421 - (C) AS NEW COLT PRE-SERIES 70 SUPER .38

1966 pre-Series 70 Super. Matching box, instructions, warranty card, end label. CONDITION: Phenomenal, near mint, with no indication that the slide has even been racked. No cracks on the Coltwood plastic grips. Barrel is mint. Accessories: Box Barrel

Lot: 1422 - (C) FINE MAUSER BANNER EAGLE-L LUGER WITH MATCHING

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "MAUSER" and small date "1941" over the

Lot: 1423 - (C) GOLD PLATED AND ENGRAVED WALTHER P-38

This fabulous pistol is complete gold plated, factory engraved with German oak leaves and has white checkered composite grips. Dated 1969. Comes with two engraved magazines. CONDITION: As new condition inside and out. Comes in a blue leatherette

Lot: 1424 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

The consignor states that this pistol was acquired from the estate of Earl Welchans who was assigned to the Army 28th Division of the AEF during the First World War and that it came with some now missing accessories. It is a standard US marked 1911

Lot: 1425 - (C) GERMAN INSPECTED SLOTTED P-35 RADOM PISTOL.

Eagle WaA77 inspected on left side of frame as well as on slide. Single line F.B. Radom Legend on left side of slide. Blue finish with triple latch configuration and slotted butt for shoulder stock. Black plastic checkered grips with FB in center.

Lot: 1426 - (C) POLISH 1939 EAGLE RADOM SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Very fine early triple latch Model 35 Polish Radom with Eagle 38 markings. Slotted for shoulder stock and fitted with Radom black plastic checkered grips with the "FB" marking. Matching serial numbers found on slide, frame, and barrel. These early

Lot: 1427 - (C) NAZI MARKED F.B. RADOM VIS MODEL 35

This fine Radom has all matching numbers on frame, barrel and slide. Left side of frame has the Waffenamt stamp "WaA77". The slide has Waffenamt "WaA77" and "E/623". Backstrap is cut for shoulder stock. "VIS" stamped black composite grips. According

Lot: 1428 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL EAGLE 38 HIGH POLISH RADOM PISTOL.

Exceptionally fine condition F.B. Radom P-35 Pistol with Polish Eagle crest and dated 1938. Triple latch pattern with slotted but for shoulder stock. Checkered black plastic grips with VIS marking in center. These early Eagle crested guns have a very

Lot: 1429 - (C) COLT MODEL 1902 SPORTING MODEL LONG SLIDE

A mere 6927 were made between 1903-08. The basic difference between the Sporting and Military model is that the Sporting Model features the rounded butt and did not come standard with a lanyard ring. The finish is blue, the grips are hard rubber with

Lot: 1430 - (M) BOXED COLT MODEL 1911 ACE SERIES 70

This is an example of the 2nd generation Ace semi-automatic .22 pistol. Re-introduced in 1978 and made until 1989. They only made about 30,000 before it was phased out. It is built on the full size 1911 frame. It features the flat top target slide

Lot: 1431 - (A) ANTIQUE STEVENS TIP UP .30 BORE SINGLE SHOT

Made from mid-1870's until 1895. Lovely antique Stevens tip-up single shot rifle that features a blue octagon barrel, nickel plated frame with walnut stock and nickel plated Swiss buttplate. This fine rifle also features a long range tang sight, leaf

Lot: 1432 - (M) CASED HECKLER & KOCH P7 M8 "SQUEEZE COCKER"

This magazine fed pistol was made in West Germany and is discontinued. It features all steel construction, black composite grips, white Novak style combat sights, squeeze cocker. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box with extra

Lot: 1433 - (M) CASED HECKLER & KOCH P7 M8 "SQUEEZE COCKER"

This magazine fed pistol was made in West Germany and features all steel construction, black composite grips, white Novak style combat sights, squeeze cocker. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original box with extra magazine, paperwork and

Lot: 1434 - (C) MAUSER RED 9 C96 BROOMHANDLE PISTOL WITH

Standard Red 9 configuration. Marked with the Finnish Army "SA" stamp on the left side of the frame at rear. Wood grips with red painted 9. Import marked on the backstrap. Metal parts are matching, the grips are not. Accompanied by a non-matching

Lot: 1435 - (C) MAUSER BOLO BROOMHANDLE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL,

Standard Bolo configuration. Marked "VON LENGERKE/ & DETMOLD/ NEW-YORK" on the left side of the frame. Hard rubber grips with scrolls. Matching numbers. Matching original shoulder stock. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish overall. All markings are

Lot: 1436 - (C) WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBENDORF C96 "RED 9"

Features include round barrel with integral post front sight, 50 - 500 meter rear tangent sight, integral ten round box magazine, second type safety and wood grips with a red nine embossed on both grips. Over the chamber is "WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER

Lot: 1437 - (M) LOT OF 2: CASED SIG ARMS CUSTOM SHOP P226

Lot consists of: (A) .40 caliber comes with three magazines. (B) 9mm comes with one magazine. Both have the stainless slide. CONDITION: Pistols are in near new condition in original plastic case with paperwork. U.S. Navy SEAL teams started using the

Lot: 1438 - (M) LOT OF TWO: STI USPSA SINGLE STACK 9MM AND

Lot consists of (A) Circa 2012 based on included accessories. Tri-topped slide, red fiber optic front sight, ambidextrous safeties, Alumacraft grips, checkered front and backstraps, and magwell. Blue and stainless finish. Comes in STI branded case

Lot: 1439 - (C) BELGIAN BROWNING CENTENNIAL 1878-1978 HI-POWER

Cased. Serial No. 1878D-1896, 9mm, 4 - 3/4" barrel with standard fixed sights. Nickel plated finish. Right side of slide marked: BROWNING CENTENNIAL - 1878-1978. Gold-plated trigger. Checkered walnut grip panels with Browning medallions. A very

Lot: 1440 - (C) NAZI MARKED FN HIGH POWER SEMI AUTOMATIC

Features include dovetailed post front sight and tangent rear 50 - 500 meter sight. Blowback semi-automatic single action with exposed hammer. Checkered walnut grip panels and a detachable double stack box magazine. Waffenampt WaA140 on left side of

Lot: 1441 - (C) CHINESE CONTRACT CANADIAN INGLIS MK. I*

Chinese contract, imported in the 1980's from China. Tangent rear sight. Slotted for a shoulder stock. Made in Canada by Inglis. Matching numbers on slide, frame, and barrel. Import marked on the butt. Black plastic grips. Proper Inglis magazine.

Lot: 1442 - (M) JERICHO 941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH .41 AE

Made in Israel and import marked on right side of frame for K.B.I. Inc.. Features three dot sights, looks to be old tritium that has since faded away, slide mounted ambidextrous safeties, steel frame, rubber finger groove grips. Comes with the 941

Lot: 1443 - (C) 1939 MAUSER LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "42" and "1939" over the chamber. This

Lot: 1444 - (C) MAUSER SVW45 P.38 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Manufactured by Mauser for the German Army in World War II. Features round barrel, dovetailed blade front sight, fixed U-notch rear sight, and black Bakelite grips. It is a recoil, locked breech, hammer fired semi-automatic action. Eight round

Lot: 1445 - (M) PARDINI PC45S SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN .45 HP

Manufactured in .45 HP to get around bans on the .45 ACP catridge, this Pardini PC45S has an adjustable trigger, three port compensated barrel with removable compensator counterweight, Redfield ESD scope, Pardini frame mount. Trigger currently breaks

Lot: 1446 - (C) DWM DOUBLE DATE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co.. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN",

Lot: 1447 - (C) DWM 1900 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER.

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Sold commercially in the United States. This is known as the 1900 American Eagle Luger. Features round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb

Lot: 1448 - (C) DWM 1906 AMERICAN EAGLE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Features short frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, walnut checkered grips and eight round detachable box magazine. The gun is all matching except the grips. CONDITION:

Lot: 1449 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Exposed Hammer Pocket Model. Has all standard features to include case color spur hammer, round butt, blue finish with high polished blue base magazine with no caliber or patent marks. It was made in 1909. CONDITION: Straps are

Lot: 1450 - (C) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: COLT 1908 .380 AND .25

Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1908 .380 Hammerless manufactured 1911. Blue finish with contemporary faux ivory grips. CONDITION: Excellent with over 95% vivid factory finish remaining. Matching serial numbers observed on slide and frame. Bore is

Lot: 1451 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO SMITH & WESSON BOXED

Lot consists of (A) Model 559. Adjustable rear sight, bright factory nickel with black grips. Made from 1980-82 only. This is a 14 shot double action auto. CONDITION: Near new condition with only light handling wear. Comes with original box and two

Lot: 1452 - (C) FRENCH WAA251 UNIQUE 17 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Very fine French Unique Model 17 produced under German occupation during World War II. Internal hammer fired with blue finish and black plastic grips marked 7.65 SCHUSS. Traditional two line address on left side of slide. Right side of frame

Lot: 1453 - (M) LOT OF FIVE .22 BOYS RIFLES FROM REMINGTON,

(A) Remington single shot .22 take-down Model 4. CONDITION: 80% original blue on barrel, soft brown patina on frame. replaced rear stock with no plate. Very good bore. (B) Mossberg Model 142-A, magazine fed (1 mag included), pivot grip walnut stock,

Lot: 1454 - (C) WINCHESTER HI-WALL SINGLE SHOT RIFLED MUSKET.

This military type musket was made in 1920, the last year the Hi-Wall was made. It featured a round barrel, a military type rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards, a small ramp front base with dovetailed front blade, nearly full length forend with

Lot: 1455 - (A) CUSTOM MARLIN BALLARD .22 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

A standard Marlin Ballard action is fitted with a extra heavy full octagon barrel in .22 caliber. The rear sight slot has been filled and the front sight is a globe style. The action is mounted with a fine long range tang sight. The custom checkered

Lot: 1456 - (C) FINE PRE-WAR MARLIN MODEL 39 LEVER ACTION

Basically an updated Model 1897 that still features the full octagon barrel, full magazine, takedown, case color frame, walnut stocks, classic swept back pistol grip, and Marlin monogrammed buttplate. The front and rear sights are standard sporting

Lot: 1457 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT

This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, custom checkered walnut stocks, pistol grip, and metal buttplate. Has a heavy round barrel. Front and rear sporting sights. Scope blocks sport a marked J.W. Fecker tube scope and mounts. CONDITION:

Lot: 1458 - (C) FINE STEVENS 45-44 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Made from 1896-1916, this is the famous Model 45 built on the 44 action that features a half octagon barrel. Sports a walnut sporting stock with Swiss buttplate with no checkering. Front sight is folding Beach style, single standing rear sight with

Lot: 1459 - (M) LONE STAR RIFLE COMPANY .50-70 ROLLING BLOCK

These guns were built by Dave Higginbotham. He was a well know builder of Remington rolling block style rifles before his untimely death in 2011 from an accidental discharge. Built in Conroe, Texas. 28 inches long octagon barrel, measuring 1 inch

Lot: 1460 - (C) STEVENS TIP-UP SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Made in the late 1800's by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Company, rifle features the forearm version with octagon barrel and full length unmarked scope with crosshair reticle. Walnut buttstock with Swiss style target nickeled buttplate. Nickel finish

Lot: 1461 - (C)STEVENS WALNUT HILL SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE.

Rifle has the round "Walnut Hill" stamped barrel. Other features include a set trigger, sporting front sight, plain walnut pistol grip stock with military style forend and has a waffle shotgun pad added. This rifle sports a top of the line pre-war

Lot: 1462 - (A) BALLARD NO. 3 LEVER ACTION GALLERY RIFLE.

A near identical rifle can be seen on page 119, the start of Chapter 12 in the book "Ballard" by John Dutcher. Features the earlier three line patent dates on left side of frame, as can be seen on page 123 along with the S curve lever and octagonal

Lot: 1463 - (M) BROWNING SAFARI GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

Belgium made Browning Safari Grade bolt action rifle, features a walnut stock with Monte Carlo style cheek rest, Mauser action, and 2-7 variable power Leupold Vari-X II scope with Redfield rings and base. CONDITION: Nearly new, most all original

Lot: 1464 - (C) RARE HIGH CONDITION HANEL GEW 98 TYPE BOLT

Made by Hanel in Germany, it resembles a World War I GEW infantry rifle with bayonet lug, military style stock, "roller coaster" rear military sight, commercial quality factory blue finish, straight pull bolt and sling swivels. This rifle is a single

Lot: 1465 - (M) LOT OF TWO: WINCHESTER MODEL 70 .338

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Super Grade Model 70 bolt action rifle with Leupold 3.5-10 Vari-X III scope, nicely figured American walnut stock with cheek rest, and Winchester rubber recoil pad. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish

Lot: 1466 - (C) STEYR-DAIMLER-PUCH MANNLICHER MCA BOLT ACTION

This Austrian bolt action sporting rifle features round barrel, ramp front sight, two-leaf folding rear sight, butterknife bolt handle, double set triggers, hand checkered walnut pistol grip, half stock with Monte Carlo comb, with Steyr composite

Lot: 1467 - (C) FACTORY ENGRAVED STEYR MANNLICHER MODEL 1950

Steyr Model 1950 Mannlicher Schoenauer. Double set triggers. Claw mounted Kahles "H/4x60" marked scope, also engraved "M. SAJOWITZ, WIEN IX.". Engraved receiver, floorplate and trigger guard featuring oak leaves as well as a horned animal resembling

Lot: 1468 - (C) OUTSTANDING FULLSTOCK MAUSER SPORTER.

Barrel marked E. Arzt Graveur, Bushenmacher, Weileim. Spoon bolt with tang safety and delicate border engraving with stippled upper surfaces. Silver inlays on chamber top and sides of receiver. Double set trigger and profusely engraved floor plate

Lot: 1469 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 52 SPORTING RIFLE

Amongst the most desirable of any .22 bolt action sporting rifle ever made. These fine rifles featured details and workmanship never before awarded to the lowly .22 rifle. They include a fine hand checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, rollover

Lot: 1470 - (C) FINE MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1905 SPORTING

Beautiful little fullstock rifle that features double triggers, sporting sights, spoon bolt handle, hand checkered walnut stock, pistol grip, and trapdoor steel buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains nearly complete coverage of the original blue and the

Lot: 1471 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 SUPER GRADE BOLT ACTION

Features Super Grade checkered stock with ebony forend tip, and Winchester red rubber recoil pad. Mounted with Redfield fixed power scope, rings, and mounts. CONDITION: Very fine overall; most original blue. Light wear to stock with minimum dents and

Lot: 1472 - (M) CUSTOM ENGRAVED INTERARMS MARK X BOLT ACTION

Custom built and engraved Mauser pattern rifle using Interarms Mark X action. Highly figured walnut stock with cheek rest. Canjar single set trigger and barrel equipped with muzzle brake. Scroll and vine engraved receiver and trigger guard with gold

Lot: 1473 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO CLASSIC SPORTING RIFLES FROM

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 722 bolt action rifle. A little known rifle to most shooters. It was only made in .222 Remington with a short action manufactured from 1948-62. It featured a plain pistol grip walnut stock with a Remington monogram

Lot: 1474 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON RIFLE AND SMITH & WESSON

Lot consists of: (A) Remington 700 bolt action with fluted barrel, matte finish, no sights, composite stock and sling eyes. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. (B) Smith & Wesson Model 916-A slide action with non-vented barrel, modified choke, 3"

Lot: 1475 - (C) LOT OF TWO: COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO MAUSER MODEL

Both rifles are caliber .22 LR, single shot bolt action design with one piece walnut stock with Mauser banner on left side of butt stock. Mauser banner on receiver bridge as well as buttplate. Ramp front sight with slide adjustable military pattern

Lot: 1476 - (M) SAKO MODEL L61R 30-06 BOLT ACTION SPORTING

In 1961, Sako introduced the L61R "Finnbear" for long cartridges like the .30-06. It is a high quality sporting arm that features a sightless barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb and pad. Rifle sports a

Lot: 1477 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION TARGET RIFLE

Winchester Model 70 bolt action target rifle fitted with a Schultz & Larsen Otterup heavy round target barrel, Redfield fixed power scope, and factory target style walnut stock. CONDITION: Very fine, with most original finish remaining. Good

Lot: 1478 - (A) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION CARBINES

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 1894 World War II production flat band carbine, 20" barrel, .30 WCF caliber. CONDITION: Traces of blue on receiver, 75-80% blue on barrel & magazine tube, good shootable bore. (B) Winchester Model 1894 saddle

Lot: 1479 - (M) LOT OF 3: BOXED CLASSIC WINCHESTER MODEL 94

Lot consists of: (A) Model 94AE with 16" trapper barrel. Features full magazine, hardwood stocks, blued finish, and saddle ring and stud. (B) Sporting carbine with full magazine, walnut stocks with original sticker, blue finish, and sporting sights.

Lot: 1480 - (M) MARLIN LIMITED EDITION MODEL 97 LEVER ACTION

Offered is a recreation special edition of the famed Marlin Model 1897 lever action rifle. This special rifle features an octagon to round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, laser engraved frame with a gold fox in panel on left side "John Marlin"

Lot: 1481 - (M) BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 64-A LEVER ACTION RIFLE

This is a standard Model 64-A. Features round barrel, 2/3 magazine, sporting sights, blue finish with pistol grip walnut stocks and sling eyes. It comes in an original period red, white and blue box with all paperwork and a receipt dated 2002 for

Lot: 1482 - (C) WINCHESTER 94 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1910).

Winchester Model 1894 semi-deluxe takedown rifle, made in 1910, 26 inch half octagon to round barrel, half length magazine tube, .30 WCF caliber, three leaf express rear sight, Lyman tang sight, shotgun butt with checkered steel butt plate.

Lot: 1483 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BUFFALO BILL WINCHESTER 94 AND

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured in 1971, Buffalo Bill Commemorative 94 short rifle with 20" octagon barrel and two piece varnished walnut stocks with crescent butt. Inset in stock is the Buffalo Bill Commemorative Coin dated 1971. Rifle comes with

Lot: 1484 - (C) MARLIN 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1903).

Fine condition model 1894 Marlin rifle. Chambered for .32-20 with full octagon barrel, full magazine, and crescent butt. Case Colored receiver with blade front sight and elevator adjustable rear. CONDITION: Very good with strong case colors and over

Lot: 1485 - (M) LOT OF 2: REPRODUCTION HENRY AND 1866

Lot consists of: (A) Uberti reproduction Model 1866 Winchester saddle ring carbine, 20 inch barrel, .44-40 caliber. Factory engraved. CONDITION: Nearly new (B) Uberti reproduction Henry rifle, 24 inch barrel, .44-40 caliber, factory engraved.

Lot: 1486 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 SADDLE RING CARBINE

Chambered for the .32-20 cartridge, this standard carbine features a 20" round barrel, full magazine, post front sight, folding ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, blue finish, walnut stocks with carbine butt. CONDITION: This example is

Lot: 1487 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 MUSKET WITH CLEANING ROD

Third Model Winchester model 1873 musket with 30 inch barrel. .44 WCF. Original five piece cleaning rod in butt. Made in 1903. CONDITION: Retains 90% original high luster blue with vivid case colors on the lever, hammer and buttplate. There is a spot

Lot: 1488 - (C) WINCHESTER 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE (1905).

Winchester Model 1886 rifle built in 1905, 26 inch octagon barrel, full magazine tube, crescent butt plate, .45-90 caliber. CONDITION: Fully restored with various non-original parts. Bolt, magazine tube, sights, trigger, loading gate and all screws

Lot: 1489 - (M) BROWNING DELUXE GRADE V MODEL 1886 CARBINE.

Browning saddle ring carbine featuring nickel frame and lever, gold inlay whitetail deer and grizzly bears, deluxe high gloss checkered wood, round barrel, full length magazine tube, saddle ring, fold-down carbine style rear sight, and carbine style

Lot: 1490 - (C) LOT OF 3: SAVAGE MODEL 99 LEVER ACTION RIFLES.

Lot consists of: (A) Savage Model 1899 lever action rifle with Savage hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: Fair overall, some original blue remaining. 3-1/2" x 3/8" section of wood missing from right rear of forend and large gouge on bottom of forend.

Lot: 1491 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 63 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22

Arguably the finest .22 semi-automatic rifle ever made. Fed through a magazine in the butt which makes for easy loading. The walnut stock features a pistol grip and a finely checkered steel buttplate. The barrel and frame have quality Winchester blue

Lot: 1492 - (M) LOT OF 3: TWO CALICO LIBERTY I SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Calico Liberty I, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front sight, rear is a combination ghost ring/white dot combat sight mounted to the magazine. Sling swivels on left side. minimalist

Lot: 1493 - (M) LOT OF THREE: CALICO LIBERTY I & LIBERTY II

Lot consists of (A) Calico Liberty II, three port compensator, ribbed grip, foregrip, handguard. Fully adjustable front sight, rear is a combination ghost ring/white dot combat sight mounted to the magazine. Sling swivels on left side. Solid

Lot: 1494 - (C) SEMI-DELUXE HALF PLATE WINCHESTER MODEL 1906

This semi-deluxe rifle features a factory nickle plated frame and the stock has scarce pistol grip. The barrel and tube are factory blue. Sights are standard. CONDITION: Approximately 90% plus original factory nickle remains on the frame. The barrel

Lot: 1495 - (C) FINE REMINGTON MODEL 14 1/2 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE

This slick little slide action .44-40 was made from 1912-22 and is wildly popular with both collectors and shooters. It featured a round barrel with 2/3 magazine which was shortened from standard length, sporting sights, blue finish with walnut stock

Lot: 1496 - (C) LOT OF 3: PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1890 SLIDE

Lot consists of: three rifles that feature full octagon barrels, tube magazines, sporting sights, takedown, blue finish, grooved walnut forend, walnut stocks, and metal rifle buttplate. (A) Made in 1912. CONDITION: Nice even 75% blue-brown-grey

Lot: 1497 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLE

One of the finest slide action .22 rifles ever made. Features round barrel, tube fed, blue finish, takedown, plain pistol grip walnut stock, flat bottom grooved forend with checkered steel butt-plate. CONDITION: There are a couple of handling marks

Lot: 1498 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 90 SLIDE ACTION .22 RIFLE

Made for 51 years, one of the longest running production .22 slide action rifles ever made. This example is in .22 long and has all standard features to include full octagon barrel, loading tube, take-down, sporting sights, blue finish with grooved

Lot: 1499 - (C) SCARCE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN 1933 BANNER

This is a commercially produced banner Mauser 98k rifle, dated 1933. This was purchased by the Postal Service and has the proper DRP cartouche on the left side of the stock, as well as the city marking in the sling cutout on the right side. Matching

Lot: 1500 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN GUSTLOFF KKW SA

Standard configuration with bayonet lug. Single shot. Brown leather sling. "SAd.NSDAP" cartouche in the left side of the butt. CONDITION: Retains 90% original finish overall with some handling marks and minor surface rust. Some light pitting on the

Lot: 1501 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE BRITISH WORLD WAR II ERA

Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration No. 5 Mk. 1 Jungle Carbine from Fazakerley. Dated 12/44 on the left side of the receiver. Arsenal refurbished and renumbered at some point. One magazine. Does not appear to be import marked. CONDITION:

Lot: 1502 - (C) RESTORED JAMES RIVER ARMORY "S/147" CODE 98K

Professionally restored by James River Arsenal, this rifle was manufactured by J.P. Sauer & Sohn in 1937. Receiver ring is marked "S/147 / 1937" with early war drooping eagle Waffenamts. Russian "X" capture mark is partially obliterated by hole

Lot: 1503 - (C) LOT OF TWO: FINE PAIR OF 1917 ENFIELD BOLT

Lot consists of (A) Eddystone Model 1917. Typical rebuild with mostly Eddystone parts, Winchester stock, post War matte refinish, Arsenal rebuild stamp on left side of stock. CONDITION: Very good bore and action. Excellent stock. 70% metal. (B) Same

Lot: 1504 - (C) LOT OF THREE: KRAG COLLECTORS LOT OF 3 RIFLES.

Lot consists of (A) 1896 Krag Carbine with Arsenal correct stock has no inspectors cartouche but does have the circle "P" at wrist. CONDITION: Most all arsenal blue remains on barrel while over 70% faded blue remains on receiver. Stock is very good

Lot: 1505 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER BYF 43 98K

Standard configuration. Marked "byf/ 43" on the receiver ring. All external numbers are matching. Original front sight hood and cleaning rod. Not import marked. CONDITION: Gun shows use. Retains 60% finish with some areas of light surface rust or

Lot: 1506 - (C) LOT OF 2: SMITH CORONA AND REMINGTON 1903A3

Very fine post-WWII rebuilt Smith Corona 1903A3. Straight stock with FJA cartouche and Raritan Arsenal rebuild marking. Parkerized finis overall with 5-43 SC dated barrel. Mixed Remington and Smith Corona parts. Undated WWII leather sling. CONDITION:

Lot: 1507 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH-CORONA AND REMINGTON 03-A3

Lot consists of (A) Smith Corona Barrel dated 9-43. Parkerized finish with blued bands. Smooth 1903 butt plate and Remington marked bolt. Arsenal rebuild marked RA-P stock. CONDITION. Very good with most all finish remaining. Excellent 2 groove bore

Lot: 1508 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1903 BOLT ACTION

Lot consists of (A) Manufactured 1928, fitted with 2-29 dated barrel, two pin finger groove straight stock with type III handguard, smooth buttplate, grooved trigger. Parkerized finish overall with updated sight knobs. No cartouche on stock but

Lot: 1509 - (C) ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION

Manufactured in 1918 with finger grooved two pin stock and Type III handguard. Fine checkered buttplate with trap. Concave dished sight adjustment knobs on rear sight. Barrel is USMC 1-44 dated with Sedgley circle "S" stamp. Receiver has the Marine

Lot: 1510 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION

Typical between the wars rebuild. The frame was built in 1906 while the barrel is an "SA 11-10". Has the "DAL" inspector stamp of Daniel Leary who came up with the armory in 1918. Handguard was first used in 1928. Rear sight adjusting knobs are

Lot: 1511 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION

Typical World War II rebuild using a very early 1908 frame with a January 1942 Springfield barrel, non-finger grooved stock with twin bolts and 1930's handguard World War II rare sight, smooth buttplate, pressed barrel band, balance original milled

Lot: 1512 - (C+A) LOT OF 2: CARL GUSTAF MODEL 1896 & RUSSIAN

Lot consists of a Carl Gustaf Model 1896 and a Russian Model 1891 Mosin Nagant bolt action rifle. (A) C. A. I. import. Manufactured by Carl Gustaf in 1900. Matching numbers include: receiver, bolt, rear sight, floorplate, and buttplate. Complete with

Lot: 1513 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1903 AND 1917 MILITARY

(A) Springfield Model 1903 bolt action magazine rifle made in 1921. Scant style later stock with top handguard wood. Military rear sight with sporting ramp style front sight. Blued action and barrel with polished bolt. Military style trigger and

Lot: 1514 - (M) SPRINGFIELD M1A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

This fine semi-automatic military style rifle features a black composite stock, matte blue finish, and muzzle brake. CONDITION: Near new inside and out and comes with one magazine. Barrel Length: 22" Caliber/Bore: .308 Winchester FFL Status: Modern

Lot: 1515 - (M) CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD M1A SUPER MATCH.

Custom built with stainless steel Krieger 1-11 twist heavy barrel. Bedded over sized match walnut stock. Nationall match front and rear sights and tuned trigger assembly. The 1-11 twist barrel is ideally suited for the 155 grain Palma Match bullets

Lot: 1516 - (M) ARMS CORP. M-14 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Built using the commercial Armscorp M14 semi-automatic receiver with USGI parts. TRW 11-63 chrome lined barrel with USGI flash hider with bayonet lug. Standard USGI military surplus parts are used in the trigger assembly, operating rod, bolt, sights,

Lot: 1517 - (M) NORINCO SKS SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Stocked with a nylon pistol grip sporter stock stamped combat exchange. Made in China. Otherwise a standard semi-automatic SKS style rifle. CONDITION: Excellent. Barrel Length: 20 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: 7.62x39mm FFL Status: Modern Manufacturer:

Lot: 1518 - (M) JAMES RIVER JRAK47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH

Standard AK pattern rifle with wooden furniture and brown plastic grip. Stamped metal receiver. Tapco 62 trigger. Marked for James River just forward of magazine well. Slant brake. Comes in what appears to be original cardboard box with number

Lot: 1519 - (M) LOT OF THREE: BUSHMASTER XM15-E2S, E.A. CO.

Lot consists of (A) Bushmaster lower, unmarked upper. Telescopic 2-position stock, no sights, shell deflector and forward assist, A2 style handguard and grip. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of finish with some marks from handling

Lot: 1520 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP-1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE (1974).

Manufactured 1974, front sight adjustable for elevation, rear for windage. A1 style furniture. OD green sling attached. Bayonet lug has had a foregrip attached and pinned in place. "C" marked bolt carrier. Colt magazine. Butt trap with small

Lot: 1521 - (C) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON M1 GARAND

Harrington & Richardson manufactured M-1 Garand with Harrington & Richarson marked barrel dated 6-54. Harrington & Richardson marked bolt, operating rod, and trigger group. Correct sights and configuration. Correct Harrington &

Lot: 1522 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER AND IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1

(A) Winchester M-1 carbine made between October 1942 and December 1943. Winchester marked barrel with all internal parts manufactured by Winchester. Push button style safety and early clip release. Late style bayonet sling band. Correct rear flip

Lot: 1523 - (C) INLAND M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

Inland manufactured M1 carbine with Inland manufactured barrel dated 6-43. All internal parts consistent with Inland manufacture. Wood stocks with high wood stock marked in slingwell "IO". "P" in circle proof and crossed cannons in proper places on

Lot: 1524 - (C) LOT OF 2: IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1 CARBINES.

Lot consists of: (A) Irwin Pedersen manufactured M-1 carbine made between November 1942 and March 1943. Underwood barrel dated 2-43. Gun rearsenalled for Korea with some M-2 parts including cut wood, round bolt and M-2 style slide well but is an M1.

Lot: 1525 - (C) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON US M1 GARAND

December 1953 to February 1955. Offered is an excellent, original post-Korea Garand with all "HRA" marked parts: bolt stamped "6528287 HRA", barrel stamped "HRA 2-54", trigger group stamped "HRA", cut op-rod stamped "HRA", lower frame stamped

Lot: 1526 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Springfield receiver made in October of 1942 with Springfield barrel dated 4-47. Early style rear sight and gas plug. Milled trigger group with all "SA" marked parts. "SA" marked op rod and bolt. Walnut stocks with "P" in circle proof and "256" rack

Lot: 1527 - (C) JOHNSON MODEL 1941 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

1941 manufactured "B" series Johnson Rifle. Known for USMC use in the Pacific Theatre, the Johnson rifle is one of the least common World War II combat rifles to encounter. Walnut stocks, parkerized finish, checkered butt plate manufactured by

Lot: 1528 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

March to June 1945. This World War II rifle was made just prior to VE Day. The barrel is dated 2-45, the bolt is stamped (D28287-19SA) (correct), "D28290-12SA" stamped on trigger group, "D28291" lower frame, "D35382 9 SA" on uncut op-rod. Has square

Lot: 1529 - (M) OHIO ORDNANCE SELF LOADING RIFLE MODEL 1918A3

Introduced in 1996, the Ohio Ordnance 1918A3 uses a combination of a new-made receiver and GI-surplus components to make a semi-automatic closed bolt copy of the Browning Automatic Rifle. The top of the receiver bears the model and caliber markings,

Lot: 1530 - (C) LOT OF 2: INLAND M-1 CARBINES.

(A) Inland manufactured receiver with duplicate serial number code of "X" at the end of the serial number. The "X" means that there is a duplicate serial numbered gun made by Saginaw. Made between July 1943 and December 1943 with an Inland marked

Lot: 1531 - (C) LOT OF 2: HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON AND

Lot consists of (A) H&R manufacture, 1955 fitted with SA 4-52 barrel, Three piece walnut stock set. Mixed internal parts from period arsenal rebuild. CONDITION: Very good with shiny bore with ME 2 and TE 2. Stocks are lightly oil soaked but full

Lot: 1532 - (C) LOT OF TWO: NATIONAL POSTAL METER AND

Lot consists of (A) National Postal Meter manufactured M-1 carbine made between September 1943 and November 1943. Marlin marked barrel with no date. Correct "N" marked trigger group and slide. Gun was rebuilt for Korea with round bolt, sling band

Lot: 1533 - (C) LOT OF 2: UN-QUALITY AND IRWIN PEDERSEN M-1

(A) One of 29000 frames made by Union, Switch and Signal for Quality Hardware between October 1943 and March 1944. Underwood marked barrel dated 2-44. Internal parts correct with all made by Quality Hardware except flip safety and clip release which

Lot: 1534 - (C) KOREAN WAR SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND

Manufactured 1954 for the Korean War. Barrel dated 10-54 with proper Springfield Armory markings. All internal components are "SA" marked or unmarked. Stock has the Korean War period Ordnance eagle with three stars inspection. CONDITION: TE reading:

Lot: 1535 - (C) SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Manufactured 1943 and comes with certificate from CMP that it was sold as a service grade rifle in June 2000. Rifle appears to be all original and correct with "SA 2-43" dated barrel, un-modified Springfield Armory op-rod with correct drawing number,

Lot: 1536 - (M) FABRIQUE NATIONALE 1919 SEMI-AUTO BELT FED

Custom fabricated utilizing a commercial semi automatic right sideplate and Israeli contracted Fabrique Nationale 1919 single spade parts set. Left side plate crisply marked Fabrique Nationale D'Armes De Guerre, hestal Belgique and dated 1956. Single

Lot: 1537 - (C) LOT OF 5: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER &

Lot consists of five M1 Garand receivers manufactured by International Harvester and Springfield Armory. (A) Springfield Armory parkerized receiver, Serial no. 481. Receiver has its rear sights. CONDITION: Receiver retains 90%+ of arsenal applied

Lot: 1538 - (C) LOT OF 2: UNDERWOOD AND NATIONAL POSTER METER

Underwood M1 Carbine 1-43 barrel date with flip sight and unstaked slot. Early type one configuration with Underwood parts. Comes with sling and 2 mags. CONDITION: Very fine as totally restored and refinished. Bore and mechanics are excellent. (B)

Lot: 1539 - (M) BEAUTIFUL KRIEGHOFF MODEL 32 CUSTOM SINGLE

Beautiful custom Model 32 with low profile ventilated matted top rib with white front bead. Custom large forend with finger grooves on sides and checkered in point pattern with recessed Deeley latch release. Blued action is relief engraved with

Lot: 1540 - (M) SILVER SIETZ TRAP SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN.

These highly regarded guns are used by some of the world's most competitive shooters. This particular gun, made for Joseph L. Beringer and so inscribed on the side plate on left side. Made with raised ventilated matted rib. Forend with flowing wave

Lot: 1541 - (M) VERY FINE L.C. SMITH UPGADED DELUXE SINGLE

Beautiful upgraded Single barrel trap. Raised ventilated matted top rib with white mid and front bead. Top rib inlaid in gold "L.C. Smith De Luxe Trap". Breech end engraved in scroll and gold inlaid and muzzle with scroll wedge. Large custom forend

Lot: 1542 - (C) BAKER BATAVIA LEADER SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE

Made with twist barrels, this was Baker Gun Co.'s entry level field grade gun. The gun has a splinter forend, double triggers, extractors, and non auto safety. The gun has an unengraved case hardened sidelock action. Walnut butt with two point

Lot: 1543 - (M) BERETTA 626 ONYX MODEL SIDE BY SIDE 20 BORE

Made with matte blued finish barrels with low profile ventilated rib and steel front bead. Semi-beavertail forend with Anson push button release is checkered in point pattern. Blued action is lightly border engraved and marked on sides in gold

Lot: 1544 - (C) W.W. GREENER PLAIN FINISH BOXLOCK 12 GAUGE

Made with a side safety, this gun is the entry level boxlock made by Greener and has Damascus barrels with provisional proof marks on them and the Damascus top rib has makers name and is marked "Winners at all gun trials 1875-1884." The round knob

Lot: 1545 - (C) STUNNING L.C. SMITH FIELD GRADE 20 BORE SIDE

Beautiful Marlin assembled gun with high matted rib with brass front bead. Barrel flats marked with serial number and "FIELD" "2-3/4 CHAMBER". Unengraved case hardened action with "L.C. SMITH" on front of locks. Capped pistol grip buttstock is

Lot: 1546 - (C) SCARCE DOUBLE TRIGGER 28 BORE PARKER

Made on a "00" frame with 26" barrels with improved cylinder and modified choke markings. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release is checkered in standard pattern. Case hardened action is engraved in standard DHE grade pattern. Made with double

Lot: 1547 - (C) BEAUTIFUL WINCHESTER MODEL 21 "SKEET GRADE" 3

Original "Skeet" Grade gun with barrel set number 1 being choked WS-1 and WS-2 and have Winchester proof marks, matted top rib with red front bead. Barrel set #2 is field choked, matted rib with red front bead. Barrel set #3 with both barrels choked

Lot: 1548 - (C) A.H. FOX A GRADE 16 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Very nice Philadelphia made gun with #4 weight Chromox barrels that have matted tapered concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release is checkered in point pattern. Action is engraved in standard A Grade pattern with

Lot: 1549 - (M) ARMAS GARBI SIDEPLATE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

Made in Spain by Armas Garbi, this side by side double features automatic safety, ejectors, double triggers, detachable sideplates, and extra set of barrels. Metal is in the white and would be a great gun to customize. Figured European walnut stock

Lot: 1550 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SLIDE ACTION 16

This fine deluxe Model 12 features a rather scarce, for the era, solid rib 28" barrel and modified choke. The straight comb buttstock features incredible wood with oil finish, checkered pistol grip with cap and logo buttplate. CONDITION: 98% finish

Lot: 1551 - (C) TOLLEY AND CO. "THE TIMES" MODEL SIDE BY SIDE

This sideplated boxlock action gun, made with double triggers, extractors, and non-auto safety. Plain concave rib with steel front bead. Splinter forend with Deeley release is near fully checkered with ebony tip. Action is border engraved. Straight

Lot: 1552 - (C) LOT OF TWO: MERIDEN 12 GAUGE SXS & FOX

Lot consists of: (A) Made between 1905 and 1918 for Sears Roebuck & Co., features a Grade 30 with twist steel barrels, matted rib with brass bead sight, extractors and automatic safety. Gun has case hardened sideplate action with engraved

Lot: 1553 - (C) BROWNING GRADE 1 SUPERPOSED 20 BORE OVER/UNDER

Made in early 1965 with low profile matted ventilated top rib and steel front bead. Round nose forearm checkered in point pattern on sides with engraved and blued latch release. Blued action is engraved in typical Grade 1 pattern with light floral

Lot: 1554 - (M) ITHACA IMPORTED MX-8 12 BORE SHOTGUN MADE BY

Made by Perazzi and imported by Ithaca Gun. Co. of Ithaca, NY. Has stepped, raised, matted, and ventilated rib with white front sight. Forend with finger grooves on sides is checkered in point pattern with blued Deeley latch release. Monoblock

Lot: 1555 - (C) BROWNING SUPERPOSED PIGEON GRADE SHOTGUN

Made in 1967 originally as a "Pigeon" grade, this gun has been upgraded with new wood and additional inlay and engraving by master engraver Angelo Bee. Original coin finish action and engraving with the addition of gold line border inlay on the

Lot: 1556 - (M) MERKEL 2001EL OVER UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN

Handsome scroll engraved Merkel boxlock. Barrels have a ventilated matted checkered rib with a white round front bead foresight. The barrels are uniquely fitted with a sharp checkered ventilated beavertail (mid lever release) forend. Barrels read

Lot: 1557 - (M) WELL MADE BROWNING SUPERPOSED MODEL "B-25" O/U

Beautiful Belgian made Browning with wide low profile ventilated and matted top rib which has white mid and front beads. Schnabel tipped forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved latch release. Coin finished action is very nicely engraved

Lot: 1558 - (M) BERETTA S687EELL 20 BORE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN.

Made with matted ventilated top rib and white front bead. Schnabel forend with Deeley type latch release is checkered in point pattern on sides. Made with gold plated single selective trigger, ejectors, and auto safety. Coin finished action is near

Lot: 1559 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON 1100 AND ITHACA 51 SEMI

(A) Remington Model 1100 semi-automatic "Ducks Unlimited Edition 1985-1986". Blued receiver with gold wash flying ducks and marsh on left hand side of frame. Flying ducks with "Ducks Unlimited Shield" on right hand side. Ventilated rib, screw in

Lot: 1560 - (M) TWO NEAR MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1100 DUCKS

Both of these shotguns are in 20 bore. Both feature vent ribbed barrels, blue finish, high gloss pressed checkered walnut stocks and hard plastic butt-plate. Both frames have the special gold filled DU inscriptions on both sides. Both stocks have

Lot: 1561 - (M) LOT OF TWO MODERN SHOTGUNS: A SMITH AND WESSON

Lot consists of (A) Made in Japan for Smith and Wesson. Low profile ventilated top rib with steel beads. Checkered forearm with finger grooves. Blued receiver is lightly engraved. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in point pattern through the

Lot: 1562 - (M+C) LOT OF 2: FN A-5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN AND

(A) FN A-5. Plain barrel with large brass front bead. Forearm with finger grooves and checkered in point pattern. Blued action. Buttstock checkered in point pattern with long tang and ball grip and terminates with a modern Hawkins brand pad.

Lot: 1563 - (M) TWO NEAR MINT HIGH QUALITY SHOTGUNS: A

(A) Remington Model 870 Magnum Gun has a 30" vent rib barrel, 3" chamber, full choke and blue finish. Someone went to great expense with custom stock and fore-end with deluxe hand checkering and contrasting rosewood grip cap. Beautiful fiery grained

Lot: 1564 - (M) LOT OF FOUR SHOTGUNS FROM REMINGTON, FN,

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 1100 with fixed choked ventilated rib barrel. Walnut pressed checkered pistol grip stock with Remington pad. Blued receiver and triggerguard. CONDITION: Barrel and receiver retain 80% original blue with heavy

Lot: 1565 - (M) BOXED HIGH GRADE WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SLIDE

Features include vent ribbed barrel, deluxe oil finished walnut stocks with fiery grain and deluxe checkering, and pistol grip cap. The frame features a gold border around the perimeter with fine scroll engraved sides. These modern deluxe guns are as

Lot: 1566 - (C) WINCHESTER M1897 SLIDE ACTION TRENCH GUN.

1943 manufacture. Winchester Model 1897 Trench Shotgun. Blue finish with ventilated handguard with bayonet lug for pattern 1917 bayonet. Crisply inspected GHD by Guy H. Drewry. 18 grrove round forearm. "US" inspected on left side of receiver with

Lot: 1567 - (M) LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON 11-87 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 11-87 Sporting Clays model with two barrels. Barrel with choke tubes and made with raised ventilated rib with steel mid and white front beads. Forearm with finger grooves is checkered in point pattern. Blued

Lot: 1568 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 TAKEDOWN .410 PUMP ACTION

Offered is an example of the classic .410 slide action Winchester Model 42 shotgun. The choke is stamped skeet but there has been a Cutts compensator which makes that a moot point. It also sports a Simmons rib and double bead sights and has a 3"

Lot: 1569 - (C) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Manufactured 1955. Walnut pistol grip stock, Winchester logo hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: 80% barrel blue that is thinning in spots and some spotting. 85% frame blue with high edge wear and some age spotting. Walnut stock is

Lot: 1570 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON M1A1 SMG.

Assembled by IMA with a solid aluminum receiver. Made with an original parts kit. This is in the M1 configuration with the simple "L" style rear sight. Accompanied by an original 30 round magazine. CONDITION: All metal surfaces retain a pleasing

Lot: 1571 - DUMMY WWII RUSSIAN PPS-43 SMG.

Solid receiver. This was built using original parts. The stock is in the fixed position and does not fold. Original 30 round magazine. CONDITION: Retains 85% finish overall with some light surface rust here and there. Grips are very good with some

Lot: 1572 - SCARCE DEMILLED WORLD WAR II US EARLY M9A1 BAZOOKA

The M9A1 was introduced in 1944 and issued through the end of World War II. Constructed from two sections of steel tubing, the launcher could be broken down for storage and transport, with a simple open steel sighting bar and an integral magneto in

Lot: 1573 - (M) Truu-Flite Gas Gun.

Tru Flite 37mm Super Long Range Gas/Flare Gun was built at the Lake Erie Chemical Company (Cleveland, Ohio U.S.A.) in the 1930s-1940s. It was designed for launching 37mm CS gas or Smoke grenades during police standoffs. The thick solid steel receiver

Lot: 1574 - LOT OF TWO: TWO FLARE GUNS, ONE A.H. FOX AND ONE

Lot consists of (A) Harrington & Richardson Mark IV. Caliber 37mm. barrel. Made with cast bronze grips, frame, and breech block. Steel barrel, trigger and small parts. CONDITION: Worn, but all original. (B) Very Pistol Mark IV. 4193 of these were

Lot: 1575 - LOT OF 2: INDIAN WARS BOXES OF .45-70 AMMUNITION.

Lot consists of: (A) TWENTY CARBINE CARTRIDGES, Model 1882. MANUFACTURED AT THE FRANKFORD ARSENAL. January, 1884. CONDITION: Tan box with tan label it looks like it has been opened. The bottom seam on the back looks to be split. Arsenal ink stamp on

Lot: 1576 - LOT OF SIX: SIX EARLY BOXES OF AMMUNITION, TWO

Lot consists of (A) Sealed box of Remington 45-70, two piece, green label. CONDITION: Near mint. (B) Sealed box of Tryon 12 bore shells. #5 shot, two piece box, CONDITION: Clean. (C) Remington .50-70 full box, two piece, green label, all matching.

Lot: 1577 - LOT OF FIFTEEN BOXES OF COLLECTIBLE

Lot consists of: Two Winchester red & yellow .405, three sealed boxes of 50 .22 Hornet by Remington (military style for survival rifle), two boxes of .32 bland cartridges (Winchester & Remington), one sealed box of Winchester .25-35 117 gr.

Lot: 1578 - LOT OF 3: INDIAN WARS REVOLVER AMMO BOXES.

Lot consists of: (A) 12 Cartridges for Colt's Revolver, Cal; .45 Powder 30 grains. Bullet, 250 Grains. FRANKFORD ARSENAL. December 1873. (B) 12 Cartridges for Colt's Revolver, Cal; .45 Powder 30 grains. Bullet, 250 Grains. FRANKFORD ARSENAL. August,

Lot: 1579 - LOT OF 3: PRE-WORLD WAR II GERMAN RIFLE AND SNIPER

Lot consists of: (A) Hensoldt-Wetzlar German Duralyt 6x. Includes top mount rings. No crosshairs. (B) MSW 4X81, Fine line and post optics. Claw mounts. (C) ZF4 World War II German Sniper Scope. ddx code. Fine line and post optics. All of these German

Lot: 1580 - LOT OF 2: J.W. SIDLE PHILADELPHIA RIFLE SCOPES

Lot consists of: (A) 1" tube, 24-1/2" in length with standard crosshairs and clean optics. CONDITION: Retains approximately 85% original factory blue that is starting to drift and dull. This scope has the front mount only. (B) 7/8" tube, 24-1/2" in

Lot: 1581 - W.M. MALCOLM NO. 4 RIFLE SCOPE.

From 1855 until the mid-1920's, the Malcolm company built some of the finest rifle scopes ever made and he ruled the market for almost 75 years. This a a Model 4 Hunting and Target scope that was available in every power from 3x to 16x. The scope

Lot: 1582 - LARGE LOT OF OEM ACCESSORIES INCLUDING LASERS,

16 holsters, for various models of SIG handguns and in various configurations from pocket holsters to L3 retention. One H&K P30 holster, two GLR-440 Glock stocks, one loose. One dual mag pouch, 21 sets of grips, 17 in original packaging, four

Lot: 1583 - LOT OF 8: SCOPES, STOCKS, AND GOLD PLATED ENGRAVED

Lot consists of: (A) Stevens 44/44-1/2 target buttstock, Swiss buttplate, and pistol grip. CONDITION: Excellent condition. (B) Three custom Stevens 44/44-1/2 forearms, one checkered. CONDITION: All in excellent condition. (C) Early tube scope Stevens

Lot: 1584 - LOT OF 5: STEVENS 44-1/2 FRAME SIZE BARRELS AND

Lot consists of: (A) 28" half octagon barrel, caliber .32-40, serial number 712. No sights. Barrel well marked. CONDITION: Strong rifling, pleasing mix of blue and patina with sharp legends. Forend is finely checkered and excellent condition. (B)

Lot: 1585 - LOT OF 5: STEVENS SINGLE SHOT BARRELS AND FORENDS.

Lot consists of: five assorted barrels for the various Stevens single shot rifles using the 44 and 44-1/2 action. All but one have forends attached as well. (A) 28" round barrel, caliber .22 LR with front sight. Barrel well marked. CONDITION: Strong

Lot: 1586 - IMPORTER CRATE OF 100 30 ROUND AK MAGAZINES.

Importer crate of 100 30 round AK magazines. Magazines were liberally coated with cosmoline and wrapped in plastic, two to a bag. Magazines are for 7.62x39mm ammo. Sampling of magazines indicates that they are of Chinese make with a "MADE IN CHINA"

Lot: 1587 - LOT OF 13: COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY BARREL &

Lot consists of: Barrels including 2nd 12" .45 nickel; 2nd 4-3/4" .44 Special in the white; 1st 7-1/2" .45 reblued; 1st 4-3/4" .45 blue; 2nd 5-1/2" .44 Special nickel. Cylinders including 1st blue .45; 1st blue .32-30; 2nd nickel .44 Special

Lot: 1588 - FRAMED CIRCA 1910-20'S ELEY SHOTSHELL ADVERTISING

Nice original advertising shotgun shell display with black original frame. It features the companies offering of shotshell products. Hulls are made of cardboard and brass. Corners are decorated with .22 shells. Each shell is stamped with a

Lot: 1589 - (A) A SCARCE WATERS ALL METAL SINGLE SHOT

Pistol corresponds to specifications listed in Flayderman's chapter on US issue primary military single shot pistols. Steel barrel is stamped with eagle, US and P. Closed lock hammer with rudimentary floral engraving. Steel trigger guard, stirrup

Lot: 1590 - (A) LOT OF FOUR: UNMARKED FLINTLOCK PISTOL AND

Lot consists of (A) Flintlock pistol of Middle Eastern origin with carving and decorative carving with smoothbore barrel. (B) Large wheel type powder tester with flintlock. (C) Smaller powder tester with handle and flintlock. (D) Octagon barrel

Lot: 1591 - (A) A FRENCH MODEL 1777 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL

This classic Revolutionary War period pistol served as the pattern for the legendary North & Cheney. Round barrel. Brass lock, marked "Charleville" with F80, trigger guard marked en suite. Regulation pattern throughout. Walnut grip. Hammer

Lot: 1592 - (A) A BRASS BARRELED SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL,

An interesting 18th century flintlock pistol, possibly American. Seller's lists B. Homer as "unlocated flintlock dueling pistols (English)?" Heritage Auctions recently sold a club butt fowler signed B. Homer, making this pistol a New England

Lot: 1593 - (A) A RARE SINGLE SHOT AMERICAN RIFLED FLINTLOCK

This rare American flintlock dueler is much like English flintlock dueling pistols of the same period. Long octagonal barrel is deeply rifled and signed Tryon Philadelphia. The signed bolted lock with push-on safety is engraved in the English

Lot: 1594 - A RARE AND DESIRABLE MODEL 1808 NAVY FLINTLOCK BY

With only 3,000 ever manufactured, and most of these either converted to percussion or reconverted to flintlock, the 1808 North Navy is one of the more important US martial pistols. The lock has clear S. North markings, the eagle somewhat worn. Belt

Lot: 1595 - (A) COLLECTOR'S LOT OF THREE PISTOLS: TWO

Lot consists of (A) Long Flemish flintlock holster pistol by Johann Behr Maastricht and Liege, 1690-1740, and so signed on lock I.BEHR. Barrel has sighting rib chiseled at breech along with a female face. CONDITION: Slightly worn condition, with some

Lot: 1596 - (A) UNSIGNED AMERICAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL OF

The round barrel with flats at breech is in good condition throughout, with visible forging faults. The bolted lock is of good quality with swan neck cock. Walnut full stock with brass furniture appears to be American walnut. Brass mounts are simple,

Lot: 1597 - (A) SCARCE J.J. HENRY 1826 US SECONDARY MARTIAL

A round barrel with brass fore sight, sighting notch, no proof marks, with fresh raised rust around touch hole. The lock is well marked J.J. Henry Bolton. Walnut stock with no cartouches and some fresh varnish. Mounts of standard form, stirrup

Lot: 1598 - (A) LOT OF FOUR: A COLLECTOR'S LOT OF FOUR

Lot consists of (A) The rattail of characteristic form, with all brass engraved stock, pewter inlay, and long engraved barrel. CONDITION: Barrel with some rust. The stock has some old repairs. Mainspring is very strong, typical of these rattails.

Lot: 1599 - (A) SCARCE WATERS EAGLE LOCKPLATE VARIATION 1836

The lockplate on these guns are only marked with an Eagle. "U.S./ JCS/ P" proofed on the barrel. Heart shaped cutout on the hammer. Iron mounted. No cartouche, although it has some small inspectors initials stamped into the wood. Consignors notes

Lot: 1600 - (A) A GOOD CONTINENTAL GERMAN SILVER MOUNTED

9-1/4" octagonal barrel with partridge front and fully adjustable rear sights on breech tang. Breech with rudimentary shell engraving. Back action lock with shell engraving en suite. Dolphin form hammer en suite. Set trigger. German silver mounts

Lot: 1601 - (A) AN ENGLISH DERINGER STYLE PISTOL SIGNED ON

The barrel with deeply sunken cartouche at breech. Stamped PHILADELPHA. Deeply rifled octagonal barrel with two silver bands at breech, sunken copper cartouche. CONDITION: Barrel with worn, with some pitting in nipple area. Engraved back action lock

Lot: 1602 - (A) A US SINGLE SHOT SECONDARY MARTIAL PERCUSSION

Of standard configuration throughout. CONDITION: Barrel and all steel parts have been polished bright. Stock is still full dimension, with fairly sharp contours and no inspectors' marks. Action is good. Bore is good. A showy example of this enigmatic

Lot: 1603 - (A) A SCARCE BELGIAN FOUR-BARRELED PERCUSSION

This interesting oddity pistol is refinished throughout but essentially very crisp. The plain round barrels are unnumbered. The frame is signed Berleur on right and Guillaume on left. Two barrels fire simultaneously, left and right. Engraved hammers.

Lot: 1604 - (A) A US MODEL 1836 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL

Of standard configuration throughout. Unmarked barrel in good condition, with surface freckling. Lock with surface freckling en suite with barrel, stamped "A.H. Waters & CO Milbury MASS" with eagle. CONDITION: Walnut stock with some wear and a

Lot: 1605 - (A) AMES MODEL 1842 US NAVY BOX LOCK PERCUSSION

Standard model 1842 USN box lock pistol as produced by Ames. Dated 1844 on the lock, 1845 on the barrel. USN inspectors marks. Two cartouches on the left side of the stock. Has "M.A. THOMA" carved into the bottom of the stock, appears to have

Lot: 1606 - (A) AN AMERICAN KENTUCKY STYLE SINGLE SHOT

An interesting Kentucky style pistol with octagonal brass barrel bearing English proofs and barrel marker's initial RH. Signed on top flat "TRYON/PHILADELHPIA". Front action lock with sparse American style engraving, signed Tryon. Percussion hammer

Lot: 1607 - (A) RARE CONFEDERATE AGENT MARKED DERINGER STYLE

Hyde & Goodrich were agents in New Orleans, Louisiana for Tryon. Four inch octagonal barrel is deeply struck Philadelphia on right flat, Hyde & Goodrich NO on left flat. Silver fore sight. Back action lock with sparse engraving marked Tryon.

Lot: 1608 - (A) U.S. PATENT FIRE ARMS COLT 1851 NAVY

Considered some of the finest Single Action Armies ever made, operating under the old blue dome of Hartford, these clones are nearly identical to the original. Offered is a faithful copy of the Model 1851 Navy. Standard blue and case colored finish

Lot: 1609 - (M) FOUR ITALIAN REPLICA ANTIQUE COLT/REMINGTON

Lot consists (A) 1847 Walker Dragoon. Armi-San Marco. .44 caliber percussion, blue and case color with walnut grips. CONDITION: Has seen quite a bit of use and remains at 85%. (B) 1858 Remington Army Lyman. .44 caliber percussion, all blue finish

Lot: 1610 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO SECOND GENERATION COLT

Lot consists of (A) Colt Model 1849. Features octagon barrel, rebated cylinder with scene, one piece walnut grips, silver plated straps with blue and case finish. CONDITION: Fine bore and action. Few handling marks on grips. light drag line, silver

Lot: 1611 - (A) BOXED COLT MODEL 1847 WALKER PERCUSSION

The original box states revolver was made by Armi San Marco. This Dragoon features gold gilt loading lever and etched scene cylinder while balance is standard blue and case colors with what appears to be a set of real Mother of Pearl grips with

Lot: 1612 - (A) LUICIUS W. POND SINGLE ACTION POCKET OR BELT

Features a 6" octagon barrel in .32 rimfire, six shot, single action, spur trigger, two piece rosewood grips. A lawsuit by Smith & Wesson ended production of these revolvers. CONDITION: Gun is a crisp all brown soft patina with legible legends

Lot: 1613 - (A) SCARCE BLUED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 THIRD

Made from 1868-1881. It is a seven shot single action spur trigger with walnut birds head grips and the rare factory blue finish with case color hammer. CONDITION: 90% bright blue on frame. 80% blue on barrel but dulling with freckling, 85% dulling

Lot: 1614 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE PEPPERBOX .22 PISTOLS,

Lot consists of (A) Jacob Rupertus 8 shot .22 derringer. Made in Philadelphia in 1860's with only a few hundred estimated production. Brass frame, steel 3" barrels with walnut grips. CONDITION: Legends are sharp, no plating on frame, barrels are gray

Lot: 1615 - (A) PERIOD, POSSIBLY FACTORY ENGRAVED, DERINGER

What distinguishes this from the usual run of these Deringer pocket revolvers is the factory, or New York style, engraving and the condition. CONDITION: Barrel retains nearly all its original bright nickle with crisp engraving and only minor losses

Lot: 1616 - (A) LOT OF 2: LARGE FRAME ANTIQUE FRENCH PINFIRE

Lot consists of: (A) Lefaucheaux Patent Liege stamped, six shot 11mm with octagon barrel, checkered walnut grips, bag style with lanyard. CONDITION: Sharp legends but gun is basically a dark grey patina. Rifling is sharp but there is some residue.

Lot: 1617 - (A) JAMES REID .22 CALIBER KNUCKLEDUSTER REVOLVER

About 10,000 made from 1869-1884. Seven shot, engraved frame, spur hammer, brass frame, nickel plated. A unique pistol in that it doubles as a brass knuckle as well as a revolver. CONDITION: Finish remains at about 80%, all original finish with some

Lot: 1618 - (C) GERMAN SINGLE SHOT TARGET .22 PISTOL.

Pre-World War II, tip-down, single shot target pistol with blue finish, walnut grips, target sights, and German proofs. CONDITION: Gun has a smooth blue-brown patina mix. Grips are excellent. Bore is excellent with extractor. Solid, well-made gun.

Lot: 1619 - (A) C. SHARPS MODEL 2A FOUR BARREL DERINGER.

Manufactured 1859 to 1874. Features four barrel cluster, rotating firing pin, brass frame, checkered gutta percha grips. "SHARPS" stamps on both sides of frame. CONDITION: Barrel retains 98% reapplied blue finish. Brass frame has been cleaned. Grips

Lot: 1620 - (A) L.J. GARDNER CONTEMPORARY BEDFORD STYLE

Bedford style contemporary rifle signed "L.J. Gardner 2011" on inlaid brass plate. Brass Bedford style hardware with excellent engraved patchbox with seven piercings and partial silver inlay finial. Pierced toeplate with silver eagle head finial. Ten

Lot: 1621 - (A) LEHIGH COUNTY FLINTLOCK "BUCK AND BALL" RIFLE.

Buck and ball smoothbore rifle built in the typical Lehigh area style with "egg" shaped wrist, Lehigh brass buttplate, "pinched" trigger guard and Lehigh style stock profile. Rifle has octagon to round barrel with "Tryon Phila" marked flint lock with

Lot: 1622 - (A) PETER ANGSTADT FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY

A handsome Kentucky with long 43" octagonal barrel and brass front sight. Deeply rifled, .40 caliber. J&W Aston warranted. Bolted lock with rudimentary engraving, swan neck cock with matching engraving. Brass furniture, elaborate patch box,

Lot: 1623 - (A) RONALD SCOTT CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Beautiful 18th century style contemporary flintlock crafted by Ronald Scott of Oregon. Brass engraved hardware, engraved Siler style lock with single trigger. Curly maple full stock with raised floral design carving behind cheekpiece. Floral design

Lot: 1624 - (A) D. PRICE CONTEMPORARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

Dated contemporary flintlock signed "D. Price" and dated "1994". Engraved brass furniture with silver engraved thumbpiece and engraved silver barrel pin shields. Curly Lancaster style maple fullstock with raised C-scroll carving and floral design in

Lot: 1625 - (A) TRYON INDIAN TRADE RIFLE.

George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania manufactured trade type rifle made in the early 19th century. Half round half octagon smoothbore barrel with blade front sight. Barrel stamped "Tryon Philada" on top flat and some unlegible marks on the left

Lot: 1626 - (A) HESS ATTRIBUTED FULLSTOCK PERCUSSION KENTUCKY

Hess family attributed rifle converted from flint to percussion. Hess family worked in and around Lehigh and Northhampton Counties from the late 1700's to late 1800's. Gun has nice two piece engraved patchbox with release in the toe. Golcher marked

Lot: 1627 - (A) HALF STOCK PSA & CO PERCUSSION KENTUCKY LONG

Illegibly signed half stock Kentucky with PSA & Co percussion lock and double set triggers. Curly maple stock with German silver furniture and inlays. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Original ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good patina. Mechanically

Lot: 1628 - (A) SOWERS & SMITH PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Percussion Kentucky rifle with "Sowers & Smith" marked lock with double set triggers. Full curly maple stock with brass furniture and four piece "keyhole finial" patchbox. Octagon barrel with rifle sights. Original hardwood ramrod. CONDITION:

Lot: 1629 - (A) 1864 U.S. TRENTON PERCUSSION MUSKET WITH

This is referred to as a contract musket, which refers to companies placed under contract to make the U.S. Springfield Model 1861 copy in their facility. The Trenton contract was obtained by J.T. Hodge and A.M. Burton at the Trenton Locomotive

Lot: 1630 - (A) 1841 TRYON MISSISSIPPI RIFLE.

One of 5,000 1841 "Mississippi Rifles" built by George Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Two brass banded rifled barrel "P" in circle proof mark. Percussion lock marked "Phila. Pa. 1848" at rear and "Tryon US" in front of hammer. Walnut wood stock

Lot: 1631 - (A) COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING MUSKET

The Colt New Model Revolving rifles were early repeating rifles produced by the Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1856 until 1864. The design was essentially similar to revolver type pistols, with a rotating cylinder that held five or six rounds in a

Lot: 1632 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO ANTIQUE STEVENS TIP-UP SINGLE

Lot consists of (A) This is actually not a rifle, but is referred to as a Pocket Rifle No. 34. Features include a nickel plated frame with a 24" heavy octagon barrel. The front sight is a flip up blade and the rear sight is a flip up peep sight with

Lot: 1633 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Winchester Model 1873 rifle made in 1892, 30 inch octagon barrel, .32-20 caliber, full length magazine tube, crescent butt, set trigger, tang sight. CONDITION: Mostly brown patina, initials carved in stock, dark bore w fair rifling. Barrel Length:

Lot: 1634 - (A) WINCHESTER THIRD MODEL 1873 SADDLE RING

Standard Third Model Saddle Ring Carbine configuration. 20" barrel. Trap in butt. Made in 1889. CONDITION: Gun is in "as found" condition. Retains a pleasing patina overall with traces of original finish in protected areas and some light pitting. All

Lot: 1635 - (A) A VERY RARE ENGLISH MILITARY STYLE FLINTLOCK

The 68" military style barrel with two rings of typical English military pattern, but no visible military proofs at breech. The banana shaped lock with typical English military pattern with military acceptance stamp, crown, and IORDAN 1747 at tail.

Lot: 1636 - (A) 1797 JOHN MILES CONTRACT MUSKET.

One of 4000 John Miles made "Commonwealth of Pennsylvania" muskets. Musket style three banded barrel with "Liberty cap" over "P" proofmark near breech. Flint lock with "Miles" over "CP" at rear of lock. Walnut musket stock with "SB" on the cheek and

Lot: 1637 - LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD 1873 MILITARY PERCUSSION

Manufactured 1885. Model 1873/78 with no visible stock inspections. 78 pattern rear sight low arch breech, 3 position tumbler. CONDITION: Good overall with excellent bright shiny bore and crisp action. Stock has several repairs and an application of

Lot: 1638 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1842 PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Springfield made Model 1842 percussion musket with three barrel bands, fixed front sight and round musket barrel dated 1854 and marked "VP over Eagle" proof. Percussion lock marked with Eagle over "US" and dated 1855 with "Springfield" above. Walnut

Lot: 1639 - (A) LOT OF TWO: TWO FINE US SPRINGFIELD 1884

Lot consists of: (A) This is a fine collectible condition rifle. Cartouche is dated 1888 and sharp. Block is dated 1884. Correct Buffington rear sight. Front sight has hood. CONDITION: This is a solid 85% gun with bright case colors on block, bright

Lot: 1640 - (A) CIVIL WAR SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLED

Standard Type I Model 1863 Springfield musket dated 1864. Spring retained barrel bands. Has "16" stamped into the buttplate. All three barrel bands are too narrow and slide a bit back and forth between the edge of the band spring and stock.

Lot: 1641 - (A) LOT OF 2: HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLES.

Lot consists of: (A) Unsigned percussion halfstock with walnut stock, pewter nosecap, German silver trigger guard and four piece brass patchbox with five piercings. Golcher style percussion lock with double set triggers. Octagon barrel with rifle

Lot: 1642 - (A) US MODEL 1865 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET RIFLE - 1ST

Using Civil War era Springfield parts converted to Trapdoor .50-70 rifle. Has an 1863 dated US Springfield Eagle lock, three bands, finished in the white. Block does not have stamp. Buttplate is stamped "19" and "US (unit mark)". Walnut stock

Lot: 1643 - (A) EARLY INDIAN WARS SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873

Manufactured in 1876, this early Springfield Trapdoor Model 1873 Cavalry Carbine is chambered for the .45-70 Government cartridge. One piece American walnut short thick wrist stock with crisp "EAA" cartouche in small oval on left side, mounted with

Lot: 1644 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1873 TRAPDOOR CARBINE.

1873 Springfield Trapdoor carbine made in 1882. Carbine style stock with "P" in circle and "SWP" 1881 stock cartouche with trap in butt housing cleaning rod and broken case extractor. "C" marked rear sight with fixed front. Breech block marked "US

Lot: 1645 - (A) LOT OF TWO: SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLES.

Lot consists of: (A) Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Cadet rifle with breech block marked "Model 1873 (Eagle Over Arrows)" and "US". Blued lock marked "US Springfield 1873". Walnut full military stock with cartouches. Blued barrel with socket type

Lot: 1646 - (A) LOT OF 4: ROLLING BLOCK CARBINES AND FLOBERT

Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1871 rolling block carbine. Blued barrel and receiver. Walnut stock with musket style sling swivels. CONDITION: Overall good with shootable bore. Blue fading to brown. Stock has been cleaned with replaced

Lot: 1647 - (A) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE.

Standard issue Indian Wars Trapdoor rifle. Features two barrel bands, post front sight, and 1873 pinned rear sight. "VP" proof on right side of barrel. Block dated 1873, as is the dated Springfield eagle on sideplate. Walnut stock with faint but

Lot: 1648 - (A) EARLY US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR

Offered is a nice, all original 1873 rifle with early features, including early 1873 rear sight that is not stamped with R, two piece trigger guard, two bands and swivels, and headless screws. The lock is dated 1873 with eagle. Long, thick wrist with

Lot: 1649 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE.

Standard issue Indian Wars Trapdoor rifle. Features two barrel bands, post front sight, and 1873 pinned rear sight. "VP" proof on right side of barrel. Block dated 1873 with non-dated Springfield eagle on sideplate. Walnut stock with strong and sharp

Lot: 1650 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1877 (TRANSITIONAL 1879)

Early 1878 dated rifle that was still using many 1877 parts with new 1879 changes. Rifle marked rear sight has screw heads. Two piece trigger guard. Barrel has "VP (eagle head)" proof on left side of barrel. Block is stamped "US MODEL 1873". Lock has

Lot: 1651 - (A) LOT OF TWO: E. MORTER OHIO RIFLE WITH INDIAN

Lot consists of (A) Atkinson marked Kentucky style back action percussion lock muzzleloader signed "E. Morter" on top barrel flat and "J. Wilt & Co Dayton, Ohio" on left flat, probably a barrel maker. Emanuel Morter worked in Prymont, Ohio

Lot: 1652 - (A) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE.

Offered is an all original Model 1879 standard military issue trapdoor. The rear sight has the slotless screws and is stamped "R". The block is stamped "US Model 1873". The lock is stamped "US / SPRINGFIELD" with eagle and no date. Buttplate does not

Lot: 1653 - (A) FINE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 BREECHLOADING

Made from 1879 to 1885. This is an extremely nice all original condition standard rifle. The rear sight is stamped "R" and has slotless screws. Two piece trigger guard. No trapdoor in butt. Lock has eagle and "US / SPRINGFIELD" but is not dated. Left

Lot: 1654 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: BIRMINGHAM SMALL ARMS CADET AND

(A) BSA Cadet Martini with Australian markings on butt. Chamber has been marked 32-20. CONDITION, Very good with several chunks of wood missing from forearm and butt stock form poor storage. Bore is bright and shiny with crisp rifling, action

Lot: 1655 - (A) P.T. WATSON MUZZLE LOADING PERCUSSION SHOTGUN

Fine old muzzleloader with laminated barrels and concave top rib marked "P.T. WATSON 97 CLAYTON STREET NEWCASTLE ON TYNE" and with small steel front bead. Replacement ramrod. Action is nicely scroll and game scene engraved on locks and hammers with

Lot: 1656 - (A) MAYNARD MASSACHUSETTS ARMS 1859 PERCUSSION

Made around the time of the Civil War, they were a unique gun in that they used an interchangeable barrel system that allowed you to buy one rifle and attach other barrels. It features an octagon to round 26" barrel in 20 bore. There is a long

Lot: 1657 - (A) LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON HAMMER SHOTGUNS.

Lot consists of: (A) Remington Model 1885/87 Hammer shotgun with double triggers and extractors. Case hardened action. Laminated steel barrels with concave smooth rib marked "E. Remington and Sons, Ilion, N.Y.". Figured walnut checkered round knob

Lot: 1658 - (A) WONDERFUL J. & W. TOLLEY HAMMER SHOTGUN WITH

This was a tremendous high grade gun when new. The Damascus barrels have concave rib with makers name and address on top and small brass front bead. The wedge fastened forend with horn tip is checkered in point pattern with engraved iron. Action is

Lot: 1659 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION WITH

Late 1980's production Colt Single Action Army chambered for .45 Colt with 7 - 1/2" blue barrel, cylinder, and trigger guard. Case colored frame and blue screws. Two piece Colt hard plastic grips. CONDITION: As factory new with no turn line or

Lot: 1660 - (C) PRE-WAR SMITH & WESSON .22 K-22 FIRST MODEL.

Built on the square butt K frame, six shot, double action with pinned barrel and recessed chambers. This 5-screw model also featured the round top frame with adjustable target sight, patridge front sight, case color hammer and trigger with silver

Lot: 1661 - (C) FINE 2ND GENERATION COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Standard 5-1/2" blue and case color revolver with two piece walnut grips made in 1959. CONDITION: Revolver has a near ghost drag line and a few very minor handling marks, mostly on grips, otherwise near new inside and out. Colors are bright. A really

Lot: 1662 - (M) BOXED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45 REVOLVER.

This is a crisp new Colt Single Action Army in original blue box with white outer box. Standard revolver with blue and case colored finish, and Colt black eagle grips. CONDITION: New, never fired, with all original paperwork. Hang tag never cleaned

Lot: 1663 - (A) ENGRAVED MERWIN & HULBERT THIRD MODEL .44-40

This is a third model, closed top, solid hammer, single action .44-40 M&H revolver that was masterfully hand engraved in classic scroll rather than the usual punch-dot style. It would be considered C style 2/3 engraving and it is fitted with a

Lot: 1664 - (M) NICKEL PLATED COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION

The Python will go down in history as one of the all-time great classic revolvers. Like all Pythons, if features the full vent rib, full barrel lug, factory nickel finish, adjustable rear target sight, wide spur hammer, serrated trigger, six shot

Lot: 1665 - (M) BEN SHOSTLE ENGRAVED COLT DIAMONDBACK REVOLVER

Ben passed away in 2006, and was known for his unique style of master engraving with a black matte finish to highlight his engraving. This gun has a 4" barrel with vent rib and solid lug with round butt real mother of pearl grips. The deep relief

Lot: 1666 - (M) UNFIRED & BOXED NICKEL COLT DIAMONDBACK DOUBLE

Made in 1981, this is an unfired nickel .38 Special Colt Diamondback with a 6" barrel and all other standard features. CONDITION: There is a ghost drag line and maybe a handling or storage mark but as close to new as you will find. The checkered

Lot: 1667 - (M) COLT 2ND GENERATION BUNTLINE SINGLE ACTION

A total of 3,994 blue .45 Buntline Colts were manufactured from 1957 to 1974. A pair of two piece stag grips have been added otherwise it is all original with blue and case color finish, marked barrel, six shot, fluted cylinder, and single action.

Lot: 1668 - (C) COLT BISLEY SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

Sharp nickel Bisley Colt. The entire revolver has been plated. It looks sharp but they polished off the barrel markings but we checked the caliber. The grips are recent manufacture. CONDITION: The frame legends are sharp. Has all four Colt clicks and

Lot: 1669 - (M) NEAR MINT BRIGHT STAINLESS COLT ANACONDA

Beautiful 6" bright stainless Anaconda in .44 Magnum with usual barrel markings, vent rib, and magna-ported barrel. Two piece hard rubber grips. Also included is another set of two piece hard rubber Colt Medallion grips. Housed in a blue Colt hard

Lot: 1670 - (M) LOT OF 2: FINE COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) 1st Series Colt Trooper .357 serial number series with 4" barrel in caliber .357 magnum. This revolver was introduced in 1954 and made until the introduction of the Mk III in 1969. This example was made in 1968 and featured

Lot: 1671 - (M) BOXED COLT DETECTIVE "PONY" DOUBLE ACTION

Offered is a scarce example with full nickel finish with exception of the blued six shot fluted cylinder or so called "Pony" finsh. Also comes with Colt medallion factory rubber grips. CONDITION: Appears un-fired with no noticeable drag line. The box

Lot: 1672 - (M) LOT OF 2: COLT .22 CALIBER REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) Colt Peacemaker .22 six shot single action revolver. Finished in blue with satin grey frame. Revolver has been engraved in approximately 2/3 coverage handsomely done in scroll pattern and fitted with real stag grips. CONDITION:

Lot: 1673 - (C) LOT OF THREE: THREE NAGANT TYPE EUROPEAN

Lot consists of (A) French Model 1892 St. Etienne, Made in 1894. Matte factory blue finish, double action, six shot, walnut grips with lanyard ring. CONDITION: Indexes correctly and has a fine bore. Gun retains about 85% original finish blending with

Lot: 1674 - (M) SMITH & WESSON PERFORMANCE CENTER 29-8

This revolver is one of the 200 made in 2005 for Jerry Sports and is serial number 2. Standard configuration for the Performance Center "AMERICAN PRIDE" 29-8 featuring high visibility fiber optic front sight, barrel drilled and tapped for optic,

Lot: 1675 - (M) LOT OF 2: SMITH AND WESSON 629 REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of (A) N-frame Model 629 with 8 - 3/8 inch barrel, pinned and recessed barrel and cylinder with Pachmyer Gripper rubber grips. CONDITION: Good with surface scratches at front of frame and micro scratches on barrel. Bore and mechanics are

Lot: 1676 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF TWO: THREE SCREW RUGER

Lot consists of (A) Three screw Ruger Blackhawk manufactured 1969. Blue finish and stag grips. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent with very slight loss of blue at muzzle from carry. Action is crisp and mechanics are fine. Grips are very good with

Lot: 1677 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 27-2 DOUBLE ACTION

Made in 1977-78, three screw, pinned barrel, recessed chamber, target sights with patridge front, case color target hammer and trigger, blue finish with checkered rosewood target grips in original mahogany case with nice lining and tools.

Lot: 1678 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON M627-5 PERFFORMANCE CENTER

Smith & Wesson M627-5 .357 magnum. This is a 8 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson's Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a

Lot: 1679 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 686-6 REVOLVER.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 PC. This is a 7 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson's Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a

Lot: 1680 - (M) SMITH AND WESSON 629-6 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

Smith & Wesson Model 629-6. This is a 6 shot, non-fluted cylinder, brushed stainless steel revolver is from Smith & Wesson's Performance Center. The gun has wood molded grips with an oil finish. Adjustable sights. The action is a

Lot: 1681 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SMITH & WESSON 10-7, 2 INCH, &

Lot consists of (A) Smith & Wesson Model 10 M&P with 2" blue barrel, .38 Special, blue finish with laminated finger groove combat grips. CONDITION: Near new with little to no actual use. Bore is bright and action crisp. Grips are equally

Lot: 1682 - (C+M) LOT OF 2: SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

Lot consists of: (A) K frame Model 17-2 Masterpiece revolver with pinned barrel, full blue, and diamond checkered two piece walnut grips. Complete with two piece (possibly a replacement) blue box numbered to gun, with tools and paperwork. CONDITION:

Lot: 1683 - (M) LOT OF TWO: PAIR OF SMITH & WESSON CHIEF

Lot consists of two Chief Specials, both have 3" pinned barrels, three screw, five shot, double action with custom grips. Both are built on the round butt J-frame. (A) is a Model 36 with flat latch while (B) is a 36-1. CONDITION: Both guns have been

Lot: 1684 - (C) COLT DETECTIVE SPECIAL REVOLVER. (1961)

Standard blue six shot double action Colt with silver medallion checkered walnut grips. CONDITION: Revolver has few storage marks on cylinder and a few scattered age freckles on frame, solid 98%. Near mint grips, bore and action. Comes with period

Lot: 1685 - (C) PRE-WAR BOXED COLT POLICE POSITIVE .32-20

Made in 1921 with blue finish, six shot, .32-20 caliber with Colt monogrammed black rubber grips. It comes in its original numbered Colt box and proper end label. CONDITION: This gun has a few freckles and is still a bit sticky looking as if it has

Lot: 1686 - (M) FINE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY THIRD GENERATION

Made in 1994, this six shot smokeless framed gun with 5 - 1/2" blued barrel. Case hardened frame. Checkered hard rubber grips with Colt logo near frame and American Eagle near butt. Housed in its original blue box with blue felt interior with white

Lot: 1687 - (C) BOXED EASTERN ARMS CO. TOP BREAK DOUBLE ACTION

Similar to the turn of the century Smith & Wesson top break pocket revolvers. Features five shot, double action, factory nickel finish, blued trigger guard, case colored hammer, and black gutta percha grips. CONDITION: Retains approximately 98%

Lot: 1688 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 37 CHIEFS SPECIAL

This model was introduced in 1951 and was not discontinued until 2005. It is a five shot double action built on the J alloy frame, three screw, pinned barrel, blue finish with case color hammer and trigger. Original wood grips have been re-placed

Lot: 1689 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON AIR LITE DOUBLE ACTION

Constructed complete of alloys, including cylinder and barrel. Features five shot double action, hammerless and rubber grips. Two toned appearance with darker matte grey cylinder. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with usual handling marks. Comes in

Lot: 1690 - (C) SMITH & WESSON SAFETY HAMMERLESS. 38 BICYCLE

Offered is the desirable 2" barrel so called bicycle model, so named, as bikes were a relatively new mode of transportation at the time and light handy pocket pistols were easy to carry without a holster. Much of the country was still rural and a

Lot: 1691 - (C) SMITH & WESSON 3RD MODEL PERFECTED SINGLE SHOT

Made from 1909-23. Blue finish, single shot, target sights with checkered walnut stocks. Matching numbers on frame, latch, and barrel. CONDITION: Remaining factory blue is at about 85% with most wear down left side of barrel. Strong bore and locks up

Lot: 1692 - (C) LOT OF 2: COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

Lot consists of: (A) 1851 Colt Navy standard civilian revolver with octagon barrel. Has matching numbers with exception of loading lever. CONDITION: The Naval Battle scene on cylinder remains at approximately 50% and there is no original finish on

Lot: 1693 - (M) COLT 1911 SERIES 70 GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH

The Gold Cup National Match is the Cadillac of the Colt semi-automatic lineup. Features the Elliason target rear sight, flat top slide, polished factory blue sides, serrated flat mainspring housing, serrated grip strap, lightweight adjustable

Lot: 1694 - (C) US COLT MODEL 1911 ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Typical Colt World War I Model 1911 Army model made in 1918. All period parts with the exception of a latter non factory magazine. All proper factory legends. Features US PROPERTY stamp on left side of frame with Eagle head inspector stamp, diamond

Lot: 1695 - (C) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92 COMPACT L AND A

Lot consists of (A) Standard Beretta 92 Compact L with three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous manual safety with decocker. No accessory rail, serrated front and backstraps. Beretta polymer grips. Comes with case and slipcover correctly numbered

Lot: 1696 - (M) LOT OF THREE: ONE COLT COMBAT COMMANDER

(A) Colt Combat Commander, manufactured 1972. Blued finish, standard combat sights, commander hammer, Pachmayr grips. CONDITION: Good used condition, with some scratches and rubs from handling and operation. Vast majority of finish remains. Operates

Lot: 1697 - (C) LOT OF 2: US ARMY COLT MODEL 1911 & 1911A1

Lot consists of two Colt US Army pistols. (A) Agusta Arsenal World War II rebuild of a 1917 era US Army 1911. Parkerized 1911 frame and slide. Barrel and serrated takedown lever are blued. Some minor pitting under finish. Diamond checkered wood grips

Lot: 1698 - (C) BERGMANN 1910 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

9mm Bergmann, 4" barrel. The pistol is marked "ANCIENS ETABLISSEMENTS PIEPER.-HERSTAL-LIEGE.-BERGMANN'S PATENT." There are Belgian proof marks on the barrel and receiver and there is a Danish proof mark on the left receiver and a Danish inventory

Lot: 1699 - (C) MAUSER C96 LARGE RING SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL,

Standard commercial large ring hamme Broomhandle C96. Marked on the left side of the frame "VON LENGERKE/ & DETMOLD/ NEW-YORK". Hard rubber grips. All matching numbers. CONDITION: Retains 95% finish with slight wear on high points. All markings

Lot: 1700 - (C) NAVY MARKED MAUSER LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "S/42" and "1939" over the chamber.

Lot: 1701 - (C) EARLY WAR TIME POLISH SLOTTED RADOM P-35

Early war high polish Eagle WaA77 inspected slotted Polish Radom with single line F.B. Radom slide legend on left side. Black plastic checkered grips with FB marking. Complete with white stitch brown leather holster marked "bnz1944" and "P35(D)" on

Lot: 1702 - (M) BEN SHOSTLE ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1911 MK IV .38

This series 80 .38 Super started life as a standard stainless steel semi-automatic that was engraved by Ben Shostle in his typical style with the deep cut antique background scroll. Gun features approximately 2/3 coverage on frame and slide and was

Lot: 1703 - (M) COLT 1911 EL CABO SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL IN BOX

Three dot white combat sights, bright stainless finish, jewelled hammer, safety, slide release, and trigger, serrated magazine release, flat mainspring housing, black pearl silver medallion grips. Left side of slide marked "El Cabo", right side with

Lot: 1704 - (M) BOXED COLT GOVERNMENT SERIES 70 ENGRAVED

This is a standard Model 1911-A1 .45, stainless steel with hand engraved deep relief slide with gold background, scroll pattern. Pistol features faux ivory with gold scrimshaw style carving with gold screws and front sight blade. Comes in a modern

Lot: 1705 - (M) CASED COLT MODEL 1911 GOLD CUP NRA CENTENNIAL

Made in 1971 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the NRA. The gun itself is a Colt Gold Cup National Match serial number 702 NRA. It features special gold medallion inset on checkered walnut grips. Left side of slide is stamped "1871 NRA Centennial

Lot: 1706 - (M) LOT OF TWO: DAN WESSON VALOR V-BOB .45 ACP AND

Lot consists of (A) Dan Wesson Valor V-Bob 1911 with Trijicon tritium sights in "straight 8" configuration, solid curved trigger, skeletonized hammer, left side only controls, solid curved trigger with overtravel adjustment, bobtail cut with

Lot: 1707 - (C) LOT OF TWO: STEYR AND CZ SEMI AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Argentine contract Steyr Model 1905 chambered for 7.63 Mannlicher cartridge. Blue finish with serrated walnut grips. Marked 'SYSTEM MANNLICHER MD.1905 WAFFENFABRIK STEYR" on left side. Matching serial numbers found on frame barrel

Lot: 1708 - (M) LOT OF THREE: BERETTA SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOLS.

Lot consists of (A) Beretta Model 92 FS Centurion with 4 15 round magazines, box, cleaning tools, holster, and shooters bag. CONDITION: As new with no indication of use. (B) Beretta Model 8040 Centurion with 2 magazines. Bruniton finish, three dot

Lot: 1709 - (M) LOT OF THREE: THREE MODEL 1911-A1

Lot consists of (A) Series 70 Colt. Standard blue commercial model that someone has added MMC front and rear sights and real stag grips. Solid 95-97% gun with fine bore, action and one original .45 magazine. Made in 1982. (B) Ballister Molina

Lot: 1710 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION MANUFACTURED P-35 RADOM

Phosphate finished triple latch Polish Radom Pistol. Eagle 77 Proofed and designated the P-35 9mm pistol with white stitch black leather holster and spare magazine. CONDITION: Good with over 80% of the arsenal phosphate finish remaining and thinning

Lot: 1711 - (M) GLOCK 17 GEN 4 MOS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Glock 17 Gen 4 with MOS plate mounted with a Trijicon RM02 red dot sight and high profile Trijicon night sights for cowitness. Slide has been refinished in NP3 and machined to have forward cocking serrations. ROBAR logo also added on both sides.

Lot: 1712 - (M) GLOCK 17 GEN 4 MOS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Glock 17 Gen 4 with MOS plate mounted with a Trijicon RM02 red dot sight and high profile Trijicon night sights for cowitness. Slide has been refinished in NP3 and machined to have forward cocking serrations. ROBAR logo also added on both sides.

Lot: 1713 - (M) LOT OF FOUR: FOUR WALTHER P22 SEMI AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of four Walther Model P-22 pistols. Three black polymer framed with 3 dot adjustable sights and adjustable backstraps with instruction manuals and factory numbers matching boxes. The fourth P-22 is the same with the addition of a factory

Lot: 1714 - (M) LOT OF FOUR: FOUR WALTHER PPS LEM2 SEMI

Lot consists of four Walther Model PPS compact, polymer framed personal carry pistols. These pistols are all the same with black finish, 3 dot sights and three magazines. Housed in the original factory boxes with instructions and safety locks. These

Lot: 1715 - (M) LOT OF 2: BERETTA M9 & 92FS SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of: (A) One of the Beretta M9 commemorative pistols produced to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the pistol. Standard configuration featuring lollipop sight, fixed front, wind adjustable rear, and decocker. Comes in a

Lot: 1716 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92FS SEMI AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Special offering of Beretta Model 92FS 9mm Pistol with Pelican hard case, three magazines, and gun lock. Pistol features Desert Tan epoxy finish with stainless barrel and wood grips. Stainless hammer and control levers and three

Lot: 1717 - (C) ROTH-STEYR MODEL 1907 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

This semi-automatic pistol was issued to the Austro-Hungarian Cavalry during World War I. It was the first adoption of a semi-automatic service pistol of a major power. This pistol does not have a magazine and is loaded through the top through

Lot: 1718 - (M) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 41 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22

Made in 1984, this is a standard blued 7" Smith & Wesson target pistol. CONDITION: This example has a minor handling mark or two but you will have to search to find one. Near new inside and out with minty checkered target walnut grips. Barrel

Lot: 1719 - (C) WWII GERMAN WALTHER P-38 AC 43 PISTOL WITH

Standard configuration. Eagle 359 inspected including magazine. ac 43 code on the left side of the slide. All matching numbers. Dark brown Bakelite left grip, black Bakelite right grip. Accompanied by a "dkk/ 44" black leather flap holster and spare

Lot: 1720 - (M) B&T P26 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH CASE.

Full length upper rail, screw front sight, wind adjustable ghost ring rear, side rails at 3-6-9 o'clock positions, threaded barrel with tri-lug. Rear mounting points for a sling or other butt piece. Ambidextrous controls. Comes in a B&T branded

Lot: 1721 - (M) BERETTA 92G COMPACT CARRY UPGRADED BY WILSON

Beretta 92G upgraded by Wilson Combat with white dot front sight, Wilson U notch rear, decocker only, Wilson Combat skeletonized hammer, target crown recessed barrel, Wilson Combat trigger job, G10 Wilson Combat medallion grips, extended magazine

Lot: 1722 - (M) BROWNING HI-POWER 9MM PISTOL WITH CASE AND

Considered by many to be the finest semi-automatic pistol ever made. This example features the full blue finish, target rear sight, single action with checkered walnut stocks. CONDITION: Aside from a possible handling mark, gun is as new in original

Lot: 1723 - (M) LOT OF THREE NEAR NEW QUALITY SEMI-AUTOMATIC

(A) Glock 17, 9mm CONDITION: As new. Plastic case with instructions. (B) Mid size frame Walther P-22 Semi Automatic Pistol. CONDITION: As new, comes in carry case with three magazines. (C) KBI PSP-25, in .25 ACP, Browning patent/style. CONDITION: As

Lot: 1724 - (C) LOT OF 2: WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER P.38

Lot consists of: (A) Mauser made byf code P.38 pistol dated "44". Standard gun with the usual eagle/ 135 inspectors marks. Brown Bakelite grips. Proper "WaA135" inspected magazine. All matching numbers. Accompanied by a period brown leather shoulder

Lot: 1725 - (C) LOT OF THREE: COLLECTOR'S LOT OF THREE GERMAN

(A) Mauser HSC. Caliber 7.65 with checkered walnut grips. Eagle "N" and eagle 135 proofed. Blue finish with matching numbers found on barrel slide and frame. CONDITION: Very good with excellent bore, good, slightly worn, grips and over 80% blue

Lot: 1726 - (M) BOXED HIGH STANDARD VICTOR MILITARY .22 TARGET

This is a 107 series military model Victor with vent rib, target sights, blue finish, and walnut grips. The Victor model was one of the top shelf .22 target pistols made by High Standard and finding an as new, maybe un-fired Victor in the Military

Lot: 1727 - (M) ACTION ARMS IMI UZI SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

Manufacture date approximately 1989 as per hang tag copyright date. Standard configuration Uzi pistol imported by Action Arms featuring three dot white dot combat sights, front sight adjustable for elevation, rear adjustable for windage. Gun comes in

Lot: 1728 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN MAUSER P38 SEMI

Standard configuration Mauser made byf 43 P38 pistol. Eagle 135 inspected, including the magazine in the gun. Brown Bakelite grips. Not import marked. All matching. Accompanied by a black leather flap holster marked "joa/ 1943/ eagle WaA706" between

Lot: 1729 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED BERETTA PX4 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of: (A) Beretta Px4 Compact F type with white three dot sights, ambi safety, ambi slide release, left side only magazine release. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of its factory finish. Operates properly with a fine

Lot: 1730 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS

Lot consists of (A) Model 92 SB. The 92SB, initially called 92S-1, was specifically designed for the USAF trials, the model name officially adopted was the 92SB. Features added include a firing pin block (thus the addition of the "B" to the name),

Lot: 1731 - (M) LOT OF 2: ONE BERETTA 92 CENTURION AND ONE

(A) Beretta 92 FS Centurion, black finish, standard combat sights, ambidextrous safety with decocker. Comes in blue plastic Beretta branded case. CONDITION: Very fine with one significant mark on front grip strap, probably from a ring, and on barrel,

Lot: 1732 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO BERETTA SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration Beretta M9 with dot and post sights, ambidextrous decocking safeties. Comes in a Beretta blue plastic case with outer sleeve correctly numbered to gun with extra magazine and associated paperwork. CONDITION:

Lot: 1733 - (M) LOT OF TWO: BERETTA 92FS INOX AND PX4 STORM

Lot consists of (A) Standard Beretta 92 FS Inox with three dot red combat sights, ambidextrous safeties with decocker, Crimson Trace laser grips. Comes with case and slipcover correctly numbered to gun with extra magazine. CONDITION: Good used

Lot: 1734 - (M) LOT OF TWO: CALICO M-950 AND M-110

(A) Calico M-950 with ribbed forearm, fully adjustable front sight, rear sight mounted to magazine. Mounted with an Imatronic LS45 laser sight. CONDITION: Fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish with some marks from operation and

Lot: 1735 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO PRE-WAR COLT SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) .25 caliber Model 1908. Standard blue finish, rubber grips. CONDITION: Retains about 60% original blue, having seen some time in a holster. (B) .32 caliber Model 1903. Standard blue finish, checkered wood grips on the .32.

Lot: 1736 - (C) LOT OF TWO: CZ 75 COLD WAR COMMEMORATIVE AND

Lot consists of (A) Standard CZ Cold War Commemorative with added red lacquer filled hammer and sickle on frame, red star on slide, spur hammer, rounded trigger guard, three dot white combat sights, left side only safety, CZ plastic grip scales.

Lot: 1737 - (M) LOT OF TWO: SHOOTERS LOT OF FN-FNS40 COMBAT

Lot consists of two FN-FNS40 pistols, chambered for the powerful .40 S&W cartridge, the FNS-40 is a Polymer framed internal striker fired pistol with safety trigger. Slotted frame for utility light or laser. Interchangeable back straps to fit the

Lot: 1738 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO FNH FNS-9 COMPACT

Lot consists of (A) Three dot white combat sights, ambidextrous magazine and slide release, checkered grip with modular backstrap. Comes in FN case numbered to gun with two extra magazines, associated paperwork, extra backstrap. CONDITION: Very fine,

Lot: 1739 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING HIGH POWER 9MM SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Manufactured in 1973 and produced in Belgium by Fabrique National for Browning Arms Morgan Utah. 9mm with 13 round magazine capacity. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips and factory adjustable grips. Has one factory magazine and one aftermarket

Lot: 1740 - (C) COLT WOODSMAN 3RD SERIES SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Offered is a prime example of a quality Colt Woodsman semi-automatic .22 caliber pistol with a fine target rear sight, ramp front sight, original high polish factory blue finish, and checkered walnut thumb rest target grips. CONDITION: Near new; 99%

Lot: 1741 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911/A1 .22 CONVERSION PRE-WAR

A US Army frame was used and all government marks were polished off. An early .22 slide was installed with adjustable rear sight and a .22 magazine installed (not marked Ace). It is fitted with World War II style plastic grips. CONDITION: Rear sight

Lot: 1742 - (C) DWM 1920 ALPHABET COMMERCIAL LUGER

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales. This is known as the 1920 Alphabet Commercial. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked

Lot: 1743 - (C) GERMAN OCCUPATION PRODUCED UNIQUE MODEL 17

World War II production Unique Model 17 with blue finish, internal hammer fire and chambered for 7.65mm. Black plastic grips marked "7.65 9 SCHUSS." German wartime proofed WaA251 on left side of frame. Single line left slide marking"7.65 COURT 9

Lot: 1744 - (C) HUSQVARNA MODEL 40 LAHTI PISTOL WITH HOLSTER.

Manufactured in Sweden by Husqvarna. Model 40 Lahti pistol with blue finish and checkered brown plastic grips. Large durable pistol with unique delayed blow back design. 9mm. Comes with black leather holster. CONDITION: Very fine with most all finish

Lot: 1745 - (C) JAPANESE TYPE 94 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

This pistol was made from 1935-45. This is a Showa 19.6 made in 1944. Caliber 8mm. Barrel measures 3 - 3/4" with blade front sight. Nagoya arsenal. Hot salt blue finish with black composite grips. Late war rough finish. Comes with one magazine.

Lot: 1746 - (M) KIMBER 1911 CLASSIC STAINLESS GOLD MATCH

Manufactured around 2000 given included advertisement. Has the following features: adjustable rear sight, blacked out wind adjustable front, front and rear cocking serrations, commander style lightened two tone hammer, skeletonized trigger, checkered

Lot: 1747 - (C) REISING .22 CALIBER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

In an effort to compete with the Colt Woodsman, the Reising company was formed by Eugene G. Reising, a design engineer employed by Colt in the very early twentieth century. Reising worked directly for John Browning during the development of the 1911

Lot: 1748 - (C) LOT OF 2: WHITNEY WOLVERINE IN FACTORY BOX

(A) Standard Duramatic Model 101, striker fired, one piece plastic grips, fixed serrated front sight, wind drift adjustable rear. CONDITION: Very good, retaining the majority of its finish. Some marks from handling and operation, and some very fine

Lot: 1749 - (C) LOT OF 2: MILITARY AUTOMATIC PISTOLS, ONE P.38

(A) The P.38 is very rough, serial number 8287. Slide number 2840. CONDITION: Steel grips in poor condition. Dirty bore. Mixed numbers. Missing parts. (B) Astra 600 serial number 4233 with Waffen stamp WAD20. CONDITION: Gun retains most of its

Lot: 1750 - (M) LOT OF TWO: NORTH AMERICAN ARMS GUARDIAN AND

Lot consists of (A) North American Arms Guardian with black pebble grips, double action only. CONDITION: Good used condition retaining the majority of factory finish with some marks from handling and operation. Operates correctly with a fine bore.

Lot: 1751 - (M) LOT OF 2: PARA-ORDNANCE P12 & RUGER LCP

Lot consists of: (A) Para-Ordnance P12-45 Limited series pistol with snag free low profile black on black rear sights, wind adjustable only, commander style hammer, ambidextrous safeties, serrated curved trigger, checkered mainspring housing,

Lot: 1752 - (M) LOT OF 2: KELTEC P32 AND SCCY CPX-1

Lot consists of: (A) KelTec Model P32 with six shot magazine, black finish, textured grip, and fixed sights. Comes with factory box, logo soft case, lock and instructions. CONDITION: Near new in box. (B) SCCY Model CPX-1 with ten round magazine,

Lot: 1753 - (M) COLLECTORS LOT OF FIVE: COLT .25 AUTO, KEL

Lot consists of (A) Colt No. 4 Deringer, .22 short, nickel finish with faux ivory grips. CONDITION: Some handling wear. (B) Kel Tec P-32 semi-auto pocket pistol with green alloy frame, one magazine. CONDITION: Appears new in box with minor marks from

Lot: 1754 - (A) CUSTOM HOFFMAN ARMS MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT

This custom was built with a standard Ballard action and a custom Hoffman Arms heavy round barrel with front sight base. The rifle sports a J.W. Fecker 3/4" tube scope with aluminum mounts. The custom walnut stock has fine hand checkering and

Lot: 1755 - (C) CUSTOM WINCHESTER LOW-WALL TAKEDOWN SINGLE

This custom rifle started with a Low-Wall take down frame with a round Winchester stamped barrel. An incredible Schuetzen style buttstock with Swiss buttplate. Has typical high profile comb with rollover cheekpiece and oak leaf carved pistol grip.

Lot: 1756 - (C+M) LOT OF 5: SINGLE SHOT AND BOLT ACTION

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 6 falling block .22 with wood stock, blued round barrel, rifle sights with folding tang peep. CONDITION: Overall good with good mechanics. (B) Savage-Stevens "Crackshot" single shot falling block .22. Wood stock,

Lot: 1757 - (A) CUSTOM MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT .22 RIFLE.

This custom was built with a standard Ballard action and a custom heavy round barrel with no sight provisions. The rifle sports an unmarked 3/4" tube scope with Winchester grasshopper mounts. The custom walnut stock does not have any checkering and

Lot: 1758 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT

This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, smooth walnut stocks are 414 style with pistol grip and checkered steel butt. Has a 28" heavy round barrel. Filled front sight. Scope blocks sport a marked Lyman Junior Target Spot tube scope.

Lot: 1759 - (C) CUSTOM STEVENS WALNUT HILL .22 SINGLE SHOT

This is a Walnut Hill marked barrel, custom lever, smooth walnut stocks are 414 style with pistol grip and checkered steel butt. Has a heavy round barrel. Target tang sight. Front sight is target model. Scope blocks sport an unmarked tube scope.

Lot: 1760 - (C) STEVENS MILITARY STYLE .22 FALLING BLOCK

This uses the Favorite type falling block .22 frame with walnut military style forearm and pistol grip stock. Has full round barrel with front sight and two scope blocks on barrel. It also sports a high quality pre-war Winchester Model A5 scope with

Lot: 1761 - (C) STEVENS 414 MILITARY STYLE .22 SINGLE SHOT

Standard features include round barrel, knife blade front sight, and not cut for a rear barrel sight. Quality tang sight mounted. Single barrel band and swivels. CONDITION: Near mint walnut stocks with grain still raised. 98% factory case colors on

Lot: 1762 - (C) HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON MODEL 6 SINGLE SHOT

Made from 1902-33 comes this light-weight take down single shot .22 boys rifle that is not hard to find unless you are looking for one in high condition such as this fine example. CONDITION: Retains 95% bright factory blue on barrel with some

Lot: 1763 - (C) LOT OF TWO: SINGLE SHOT HIGH QUALITY BOYS

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 36 9mm smoothbore single shot. Round barrel, blue finish, bolt action, walnut stock, and Winchester plate. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with excellent wood. Shiny bore and fine action. Made 1921-29 only. (B)

Lot: 1764 - (M) LOT OF 2: REMINGTON AND RUGER BOLT ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) Boxed Remington Model 788. It is a box magazine fed, bolt action with a hardwood non-checkered pistol grip stock and plastic buttplate. Both sights removed and plugged. Sporting a Tasco 4x32 scope. CONDITION: 95% plus blue with

Lot: 1765 - (C) PRE-64 WINCHESTER FEATHERWEIGHT MODEL 70 BOLT

Chambered for the .243 Winchester round, this is a standard post-War featherweight rifle with a 22" barrel, folding rear sight, ramp front sight, pistol grip checkered walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb and black plastic plate. Etched serial number

Lot: 1766 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOLT ACTION RIFLES FROM CHIPMUNK AND

A. Chipmunk .22 Single Shot Child's Bolt Action Rifle. Fine training rifle, it has a 16 1/4" barrel, sporting sights, small walnut stock, single shot bolt action. CONDITION: Solid 98% over-all with fine bore and action. B. Savage Model 110-CL Bolt

Lot: 1767 - (M) KIMBER MODEL 82 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

This is a Clackamas Oregon rifle that features a fluted stainless steel barrel sans any factory sights. It is mounted with a Leupold gold ring 4x scope. It is classically stocked in oil finished walnut with straight fluted comb, pistol grip with cap,

Lot: 1768 - (C) ELEGANT MANNLICHER MCA BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Dated 1965 on barrel. Fitted with full length checkered walnut stock with white line spacered pistol grip cap and buttplate. Double set triggers and classic spoon bolt handle. Chambered for .243 Win. CONDITION: Excellent with several small storage

Lot: 1769 - (C) MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1952 SPORTING

Made in Austria by Steyr, this is a fine example of a half stock sporting rifle that features a ramp front sight, two-leaf folding rear sight, single trigger and spoon bolt handle. The classic style half stock features light walnut, cut checkering,

Lot: 1770 - (M) WEATHERBY GERMAN MARK V .300 MAG. BOLT ACTION

Made in West Germany using the Mark V action. All the classic Weatherby features such as the high gloss walnut stock with rakish pistol grip, pronounced Monte Carlo comb, contrasting rosewood fore-end tip and grip cap and the diamond hand checkering.

Lot: 1771 - (M) GERMAN WEATHERBY MARK V .300 MAGNUM BOLT

Made in German with Suhl barrel stamps and Sauer action and finished at Roy's plant in Los Angeles. All standard Weatherby traits such as rakish Monte Carlo comb, diamond skip checkering, rosewood forend tip and grip cap, royal blue finish (no barrel

Lot: 1772 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE

Transitional Model 70 stamped for "7M/M". Lyman receiver sight, hooded ramp front sight. Semi-buckhorn mid sight. Receiver has matte rib and is drilled and tapped with filler screws. Sling swivels at forend and near toe. Checkered steel buttplate.

Lot: 1773 - (C) STEYR MCA .270 BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH SCOPE.

This exquisite Austrian bolt action rifle features the distinctive full-length hand checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with white line spacers and black composite grip cap and buttplate. Other features include hooded ramp front sight, two-leaf

Lot: 1774 - (C) CASED WINCHESTER MODEL 52 TARGET BOLT ACTION

One of the finest American made target bolt action .22 rifles ever made. This is a post-War model made in 1950. It features a blue finish with heavy walnut target stock that features a plain pistol grip and checkered metal butt-plate. The front sight

Lot: 1775 - (C) PRE-WAR .22 HORNET WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT

This rifle was made in 1940 and is standard in all respects. The Hornet round constituted 3.49% of production before 1964 with a total of 20,306 made. Early features include the clip cut frame, matching number etched on bolt, pistol grip checkered

Lot: 1776 - (M) STUNNING COLT SAUER GRAND AFRICAN .458

Made by Sauer for Colt in West Germany. The rifle features a high polish blue finish with hooded ramp front sight and blade rear sight on base. The stock features hand checkering on an almost rosewood looking color with contrasting fore-end tip and

Lot: 1777 - (C) MAUSER GEW 98 6.5X55 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Custom GEW Model 98 Mauser bolt action rifle, 6.5x55 caliber, spoon style bolt handle, engraved floorplate with buck deer and scroll work, push button release, checkered stock with schnabel forend, cheek rest, Mauser butt plate, horn pistol grip cap,

Lot: 1778 - (M) LOT OF 3: SAVAGE 99 .300 SAVAGE WITH SCOPE,

Lot consists of: (A) Savage Model 99 lever action rifle with Leupold fixed 4x scope, and Redfield rings and base. CONDITION: Near new with most all original finish remaining. Near mint bore. (B) Marlin Model 336 CS lever action rifle with full length

Lot: 1779 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LIGHTWEIGHT TAKEDOWN

Fairly standard fare, early production , takedown light weight rifle chambered for the .33WCF cartridge. Features half magazine, blue finish, sling eyes, walnut stock with rifle butt. CONDITION: 90%+ blue on barrel, tube and cap. The frame retains

Lot: 1780 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 TAKE DOWN RIFLE .32

Winchester takedown rifle made in 1918. Octagon barrel. Standard configuration. Barrel markings on the left side. CONDITION: Receiver retains 75% original blue having thinned in areas but still retaining that famous mirror bright Winchester blue.

Lot: 1781 - (C) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER

Standard rifle made in 1905 and chambered for the .32-20 cartridge. Standard features include a 24" full octagon barrel, full magazine, Winchester sporting rear sights, walnut stocks with rifle butt and an added sling swivel in buttstock. CONDITION:

Lot: 1782 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION .22 RIFLE

Chambered for the .22 short. This rifle features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, replaced Marbles rear sight, tang sight, blue finish with walnut stocks. Sling eyes are present. CONDITION: Bore is sharp and clean and action crisp. All of the

Lot: 1783 - (M) WINCHESTER 1892 LEVER ACTION CARBINE "1 OF

16" round barrel saddle ring carbine with barrel markings make and caliber on left side and stamped in large white letters on right "Limited Series - 1 of 500". Blued receiver with plain walnut stocks and full steel blued buttplate. Top tang marked

Lot: 1784 - (C+A) LOT OF 3: WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 AND 1894

Lot consists of: (A) 1899 production Winchester 1892 rifle with round barrel and walnut stocks with crescent butt. CONDITION: Fair as completely refinished with most markings not legible. Action operates properly. Bore is dark. (B) 1902 production

Lot: 1785 - (M)BOXED WINCHESTER LIMITED EDITION MODEL 94

This beautiful factory special edition is your basic Model 94 carbine fitted with deluxe checkered highly figured walnut stock, hand checkered with etched gold plated frame, hammer and lever with full coverage game scenes. Balance of metal is high

Lot: 1786 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED WINCHESTER MODEL 94 MAGNUM

Lot consists of: (A) Model 94AE. This little carbine features full magazine, blue finish, saddle ring and stud, and hardwood stocks. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with original hang tag. (B) This is the standard 94AE with blue finish, real

Lot: 1787 - (M) LOT OF 2: MARLIN MODEL 336 LEVER ACTION

Lot consists of: (A) One of the best lever action rifles ever made, it was simply a progression from the old Model 1893 features; full round barrel, full magazine, twin bands, blue finish, gold trigger, sling swivels, ramp front sight, sporting rear

Lot: 1788 - (C) BOXED MARLIN MODEL GOLDEN 39-A LEVER ACTION

This rifle comes with an original box with an end label that pre-dates the zip code but box is not numbered. The rifle is fairly standard with round barrel, full magazine, blue finish, takedown, sporting sights and plain pistol grip walnut stock. Box

Lot: 1789 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .38 WCF SADDLE RING

Standard configuration Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine, made in 1900. Missing the saddle ring from the staple on the left side of the receiver. CONDITION: Gun shows moderate wear overall. Traces of original finish in protected areas. Some light

Lot: 1790 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION

Offered is a high-condition pre-War American classic. Features full round barrel, full magazine, twin barrel bands, sporting rear sight, ramp hooded front sight, blue finish, walnut stock, serrated metal butt plate. CONDITION: This rifle has seen low

Lot: 1791 - (C) ENGRAVED BROWNING BAR .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE

This engraved Belgium Browning features squirrels on right side and groundhogs on right, not signed. The high gloss pistol grip checkered walnut stock shows fiery grain. CONDITION: The frame has 98% of the re-applied nickel finish. The barrel has

Lot: 1792 - (M) SPORTSMANS LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON 742 AND

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 742 rifle, .243 Winchester with 22 inch barrel and checkered walnut stocks mounted with BSA 3-9 variable scope. CONDITION: Very good with slight finish loss at muzzle and high points. Bore is excellent bright and

Lot: 1793 - (M) FOUR HIGH QUALITY SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 RIFLES

All are semi-automatic and all shoot the .22 rimfire cartridge. (A) Mossberg Model 351C. Walnut Monte Carlo carbine length stock with pistol grip. Stock fed on right side. CONDITION: Blue is mixing with patina and age freckling. Wood is excellent.

Lot: 1794 - (C) LOT OF 3: VINTAGE QUALITY .22 RIFLES

Lot consists of: (A) Ranger Model 101. Probably made by Mossberg for Sears under the Ranger trade name. Military style with nearly full length walnut one piece stock, pistol grip, and walnut handguard. Tube fed, semi-automatic, tube hidden under

Lot: 1795 - (C) LOT OF 3: VINTAGE .22 BOYS RIFLES.

Lot consists if: (A) Glenfield Model 70 semi-automatic rifle made by Marlin with carbine type hardwood stock, blue finish, and scope. CONDITION: 90% with fine bore. (B) Winchester Model 1906 slide action with blue finish and walnut stocks. CONDITION:

Lot: 1796 - (M) ILLINOIS ARMS MODEL 180 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22

This is a semi-automatic version of the fully automatic American model. It has the look of a Model 1921 Thompson. It is missing the drum magazine that sets on top of the receiver. CONDITION: Shows some handling wear but near new inside and out.

Lot: 1797 - (C) TWO QUALITY .22 RIFLES

(A) Remington Model 66 Mohawk Brown. Made from 1959-87, this is a semi-automatic rifle, butt fed, nylon stock with blue finish and target sights. There is no serial number so it was made prior to 1968 law. CONDITION: Stock is excellent with a few

Lot: 1798 - (C) PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 62A SLIDE ACTION

Considered by many to be one of the finest slide-action .22 rifles ever made. This example is standard in all respects and features: 23" round barrel, sporting sites, takedown, 2/3rds magazine, blue finish, walnut stock with black composite

Lot: 1799 - (C) NEAR NEW PRE-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 62 SLIDE

Standard features of this high condition rifle include round barrel, 2/3 magazine, takedown, sporting sights, blue finish with walnut stocks, and monogram buttplate. CONDITION: Metal retains approximately 97% original factory blue finish with just

Lot: 1800 - (C) SCARCE EARLY MARLIN MODEL 38 PUMP ACTION .22

These were produced from 1920-1930, with a total production of around 20,000 guns. This is an earlier production model with a "tab" style magazine tube release. Octagon barrel. 2/3 length magazine tube. Semi-pistol grip stock with Marlin "dot" still

Lot: 1801 - (C) LOT OF 2: WINCHESTER SLIDE ACTION RIFLES.

Lot consists of (A) Winchester Model 1906 pump action takedown rifle with tubular magazine made in 1910. Blued finish with round barrel. Stamped "V" notch rear sight with blade front. Walnut stocks with corrugated slide handle and straight stock with

Lot: 1802 - (C) LOT OF 12: VINTAGE RIFLE BARRELS WITH ONE

Lot consists of: (A) Marlin Ballard .40-63 28" octagon to round; Serial no. 4483, stamped "40 63" , no other markings. CONDITION: Sharp rifling, 90% original blue starting to thin. (B) Unmarked 20" .22 bore, no markings. CONDITION: Fine bore. (C)

Lot: 1803 - (M) BAIKAL MP-221 .45-70 SIDE BY SIDE DOUBLE

Just when it seemed as if a working man wanted a double rifle that he would have to remortgage his house, comes this utility grade .45-70 double. It's not a Holland & Holland but it is a double rifle that features a pistol grip checkered hardwood

Lot: 1804 - (M) CASED WINCHESTER GRAND EUROPEAN OVER UNDER

Mono-bloc barrels are marked with Winchester model and caliber on top left of matted quarter rib, mounted with QD bases and folding rear sight. Rib is Marked “Grand European” and “Made in Japan” is on barrel at right side of rib.

Lot: 1805 - (C) LOT OF 3: MARLIN MODEL 29 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE,

(A) Marlin Model 29 pump rifle made from 1913-1916. Walnut stocks with steel buttplate. Tube magazine, blued receiver and barrel with rifle sights. Receiver has takedown feature. (B) Winchester 1873 made in 1880. Blued round barrel and receiver. Full

Lot: 1806 - (C) LOT OF TWO: TWO US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903

Lot consists of (A) World War II Rebuild. The frame dates to 1911 and the barrel is a 1944 High Standard replacement. The stock is pre-World War II with wide finger groove, double stock bolt reinforced, and 1930's era handguard. Has World War II rear

Lot: 1807 - (C) LOT OF 2: BRITISH NO. 5 JUNGLE CARBINE AND NO.

Lot consists of: (A) Frazakerly Arsenal No. 5 Jungle carbine with matching numbers and dated 4/47. Arsenal black finish with late British web sling. CONDITION: Very fine with no import markings and fine bright bore. Most all finish remains with

Lot: 1808 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD ARMORY KRAG 1898 BOLT ACTION

Offered is a fine condition Krag Model 1898 with 1900 dated "JSA" cartouche and script "P" at wrist. CONDITION: Walnut stock is excellent with usual handling marks and sharp cartouche. Barrel retains 95% blue blending with some light patina. Patina

Lot: 1809 - (C) SCARCE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN 660 CODE STEYR

This is a hard to find 660 code 98k rifle made by Steyr in 1940. Full date on receiver ring. Not model marked on the left side of the receiver. All matching numbers with the exception of the bolt (which is matching of itself). Laminated stock with

Lot: 1810 - (C) LATE WAR GUSTLOFF WERKE 98K BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

98k manufactured by Gustloff Werke in 1944. Receiver ring is marked "bcd/4". Bolt matches receiver, blued extractor and rear sight both match bolt assembly number. Metal components including the floorplate and trigger guard are constructed of stamped

Lot: 1811 - (C) HIGH CONDITION SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 RIFLE

Offered is a spectacular 1903 made during the low production years between the two wars in 1923. Standard features to include "5-23 SA" dated barrel, 1903 front and rear sights, all milled parts, smooth buttplate, sling swivels, smooth trigger, and

Lot: 1812 - (C) FINE FIRST VARIATION KOISHIKAWA ARSENAL TYPE

First variation Type 44 manufactured by Koishikawa, no series marking. Assembly numbers on bolt, cocking knob, firing pin, rear sight, and bayonet stud band are all matching. Correct first variation bayonet housing. Trigger, floorplate release, rear

Lot: 1813 - (C) VERY FINE PORTUGUESE CONTRACT 98K MAUSER WITH

Standard configuration with Portuguese crest on receiver ring and 1941 date. Portuguese crest and date on the left side of the butt. Proper light brown leather sling. Original matching bayonet & scabbard. All numbers are matching. Front sight and

Lot: 1814 - (C) US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE

This is an excellent all original example of a 1903 Springfield. The barrel is dated 12-14 and rifle was built 1915. Correct features include high hump handguard; wide finger groove, single stock bolt walnut stock; straight bolt, fine checkered

Lot: 1815 - (C) LOT OF 8: SPORTERIZED MILITARY BOLT ACTION

Lot consists of eight sporterized military bolt action rifles. (A) British No. 4 MK I sporter, receiver manufactured in 1942. Barrel and stock have been cut. Front sight has been fitted with an aftermarket sight. British proofs on barrel. Import

Lot: 1816 - (C) LOT OF 2: BRITISH NO. 4 MK II & MK I BOLT

Lot consists of two British No. 4 MK II and MK I bolt action rifles. (A) I. A. C. import. Receiver manufactured by Fazakerley. Receiver electro-penciled "No 4 MK 2 (F)/ 4/53 PF271547". Serial numbers are a forced match. Complete with canvas sling.

Lot: 1817 - (C) LOT OF 3: ROMANIAN, HUNGARIAN, AND RUSSIAN M44

Lot consists of three M44 bolt action rifles. (A) C.A.I. import. Romanian receiver manufactured in 1954. Matching numbers aside from bolt. Cleaning rod not present. CONDITION: Metal components show wear and handling marks all around. Wood is in good

Lot: 1818 - (C) LOT OF 7: CARCANO BOLT ACTION CARBINES AND

Lot consists of seven Carcano bolt action carbines and rifle. (A) M91/38 receiver manufactured by Terni in 1939. No matching numbers. Finnish property stamp on left side of barrel. Complete with sling. (B) C.A.I. import. M91 receiver with crown over

Lot: 1819 - (C) KOISHIKAWA ARSENAL TYPE 44 BOLT ACTION

Type 44 Carbine manufactured by Koishikawa, with no series marking. Mum is intact. Bolt, cocking knob, and floorplate assembly have been replaced with faux serial numbers to match receiver. Firing pin, rear sight, and dust cover are mismatched. First

Lot: 1820 - (C) GERMAN WWII POVAZSKA BYSTRICA FACTORY G24 (T)

G24 (t) manufactured in Czechoslovakia by Povaszka Bystrica in 1942 to arm Germany's forces in World War II. Essentially identical to the Czechoslovakian vz. 24, roughly a quarter million of these rifles were produced for Germany before production of

Lot: 1821 - (C) NATIONAL POSTAL METER M1 SEMI AUTOMATIC

National Postal Meter manufactured M1 carbine with Buffalo Arms barrel dated 7-43. Correct World War II configuration with rear flip sight and push button safety. Oval cut high wood stock with "NPM FJA" in square and crossed cannons proofs on right

Lot: 1822 - (M) LRB ARMS M-14SA SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

LRB Arms Service grade rifle with chrome lined LRB marked barrel dated 5-04 and using USGI parts set and fiber glass brown military stock. LRB forged receiver with Harrington & Richardson USGI parts set, including GI flash hider with bayonet lug.

Lot: 1823 - (C) LOT OF 2: INLAND AND IRWIN-PEDERSEN M1

Inland M1 Carbine with flip rear sight, push button safety and type one narrow band. Barrel dated 7-42 , two rivet hanguard. Painted with South Korean Property markings on stock. Mixed manufacturers parts. CONDITION: Very good as most all restored

Lot: 1824 - (C) LOT OF 2: LINED OUT UNDERWOOD AND IRWIN

(A) Lined out Underwood receiver with "A W" meaning it went to Winchester with the fulfilment of Underwood's contract. I.B.M. marked barrel with no date. Gun was imported by "ARL Ord" and so marked on under side of barrel. Mixed internal parts

Lot: 1825 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Springfield receiver made in July of 1944 with Springfield made barrel dated 2-65. Springfield marked bolt, milled trigger group and op-rod. Late style rear sight. Walnut stocks with "P" in square tang proof. Comes with World War II style oiler and

Lot: 1826 - (C) LOT OF 2: SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND AND M1 NAVY

(A) Springfield M1 Garand receiver made in November of 1942 with a Springfield made barrel dated 4-44. Springfield bolt and milled trigger group with SA marked op rod. "SA EMF" cartouched stock with crossed cannons and "P" in circle proofs. Lock bar

Lot: 1827 - (M) LOT OF TWO: TWO ARSENAL SAM7SF SEMI AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of (A) Standard Arsenal SAM7SF imported by Arsenal in Las Vegas with milled receiver, two chamber muzzle brake, left side thumb safety lever, folding stock. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining the vast majority of factory finish. Operates

Lot: 1828 - (M) SPRINGFIELD M1A SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Commercial Springfield Armory M1A rifle. Caliber 7.62x51 / .308 Winchester. GI Walnut stock with bipod and fitted with match rear sight. Chrome lined bore, 20 round magazine and cotton M1 pattern sling. CONDITION. Very fine with excellent bore that

Lot: 1829 - (M) VECTOR ARMS V93 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

US Manufactured version of the Heckler & Koch HK93/ HK33 rifle. Chambered for the 5.56 NATO or .223 cartridge with wood German furniture and German 40 round magazine. Paddle magazine release with standard drum diopter rear sight and hooded post

Lot: 1830 - (C) WINCHESTER M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE

Receiver manufactured in 1943. Built into the Navy configuration and chambered for the 7.62mm NATO cartridge with cartridge block in magazine. Barrel is Springfield 3-66 dated and marked "7.62MM". The rifle is accompanied with CMP paperwork

Lot: 1831 - (M) LOT OF 2: BOXED RUGER MINI-14 AND MINI-30

Lot consists of: (A) Stainless steel Ruger Mini-14 with hardwood stock and composite handguard. CONDITION: Few light handling marks. (B) Blued Mini-30 with hardwood stock and composite handguard. CONDITION: Few light handling marks. Both carbines

Lot: 1832 - (M) PRE-BAN COLT SP1 AR15 1982 WITH COLT 3X20

Standard pre-ban early 1980's configuration. Non-forward assist. Birdcage flashider. Triangle forend. C marked on the bolt carrier group. MPC marked bolt. Made in 1982. Gun is equipped with a 3x20 Colt marked scope, made in Japan. 20 round Colt

Lot: 1833 - (C) US UNDERWOOD M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

Underwood barrel is dated 1944. The walnut hand guard has wide groove with two rivets. Early flip up rear sight stamped "S". Front sight stamped "EU". Stock has cartouche stamped on right side of walnut stock that is not readable. CONDITION: Stock as

Lot: 1834 - (M) CORE 30 MOE SS 16 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE WITH

Chambered for .308 Win/ 7.62 Nato. 16 " 4150 steel barrel with 1 in 10 twist. Magpul package includes Magpul "SOCOM" 3 prong flash hider, Magpul retractable butt stock, pistol grip, and front hand guards. Both lower and upper are billet machined from

Lot: 1835 - (C) USGI M1 CARBINE MADE BY IRWIN PEDERSON.

Standard arsenal post-World War II upgrade. Adjustable rear sight. Bayonet lug. "AAP" cartouche on right side of stock just under the rear of the receiver. Nice clear crossed cannon cartouche on right side of stock. "T" carved lightly in the right

Lot: 1836 - (C) US IRWIN-PEDERSON M1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE.

Underwood barrel is dated 4-43. The walnut hand guard has wide groove with two rivets. Early flip-up rear sight stamped "S". Front sight stamped "N-SG". Stock has cartouche stamped "SG" with wheel on right side of walnut stock with "P" in circle on

Lot: 1837 - (C) SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

1941 manufacture with 6-44 barrel date. Three piece GI walnut stocks with all Springfield late-war parts. CONDITION: Very good with most arsenal reapplied finish remaining with only high point wear and losses. Walnut stocks have been lightly sanded

Lot: 1838 - (C) LOT OF 2: CZ AND SWISS SEMI AUTOMATIC MILITARY

(A) CZ Model 52 rifle chambered for the proprietary 7.62x45 cartridge. Side folding bayonet with 10 round detachable magazine. Known as the SHE rifle. CONDITION: Fair as wood and metal have been refinished. Bore is bright and shiny with strong

Lot: 1839 - (M) HIGH STANDARD HSA-15A4/M4 SEMI AUTOMATIC

High Standard AR 15 Model 4 HSA 15. Standard black configuration semi-automatic AR styled rifle. Outfitted with a collapsible folding stock, picatinny rail receiver, flash hider and bayonet lug. The barrel is a 16" with a 1 in 9 twist. Includes a

Lot: 1840 - (M) JAMES RIVER ARMORY JRAK 47 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Manufactured in Burgaw, North Carolina using a combination of US domestic parts and Russian parts. Finished in a soft military blue finish with laminated Russian stocks and composite pistol grip. Most parts internally are US manufactured as to comply

Lot: 1841 - (M) ROCK RIVER ARMS LAR-15 SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Rocker River Arms Carbine A2 - LAR15. As new from the factory. This features RRA LAR receiver, featuring a RRA two stage trigger, upper handle and rear sight. A forged A2 chrome moly barrel with a 1 in 9 twist, a A2 flash hider, and mounted with the

Lot: 1842 - (M) LJUTIC BB/LTX SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN.

Highly thought of trap guns, this gun with high ventilated matted top rib with two white beads. Forearm with finger grooves is checkered in wave pattern with push button opener at center. Blued unengraved action with makers name and model on bottom.

Lot: 1843 - (C) SCARCE L.C. SMITH SPECIALTY GRADE SINGLE

Made with raised matted ventilated top rib with white mid and red front bead. Large forearm with Schnabel tip and roll type release is checkered in three point pattern. Action is engraved in typical "Specialty" Grade pattern with scroll and birds.

Lot: 1844 - (M) BROWNING BT99 PIGEON GRADE SINGLE BARREL TRAP

High Grade Browning Single Barrel Trap shotgun with matted ventilated rib and two steel beads. Large trap forend is checkered in point pattern with Deeley release. Action is near full coverage engraved in coin finish with floral scroll and Pigeons on

Lot: 1845 - (C) PARKER REPRODUCTION DHE GRADE 20 BORE WITH

Made in Japan, standard configuration DHE grade with matted concave top rib with brass front bead. Made with single selective trigger, auto ejectors, and auto safety. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley release. Action is engraved in standard DHE

Lot: 1846 - (C) BEAUTIFUL WINCHESTER MODEL 21 16 BORE SHOTGUN.

Lovely Standard Grade 16 Bore gun with matted top rib that has white mid and red front bead. Barrels with proof marks and serial number on flats and chokes marked Mod/Full. Made with beavertail forend which is checkered in wave and diamond pattern

Lot: 1847 - (C) FINE WESTLEY RICHARDS SXS SHOTGUN MADE FOR

This handsome gun was made by Westley Richards for noted American retailer Abercrombie & Fitch. The gun has a plain tapered top rib with maker name and steel bead. The slim beaver tail forend is checkered in a four point pattern with Deeley

Lot: 1848 - (C) A.H. FOX B GRADE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Made in Philadelphia. Krupp fluid steel concave barrels with Fox proof on flats. Concave and matte rib with white front bead and rib extension. Action and barrels engraved in typical early Philadelphia BE grade pattern. Double triggers, auto

Lot: 1849 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 23 "ONE OF 500" TWO BARREL

Two barrel set with two beavertail forends. Set #1 of monoblock manufacture in 20 gauge with 3" chambers, matted rib, and wedge of scroll engraving near breach. Set #2, 28 gauge with 2-3/4" chambers, monoblock manufacture, with wedge of scroll near

Lot: 1850 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 SIDE BY SIDE 12 BORE

Features beaver tail forearm, single selective trigger, ejectors, deluxe wood, and 1" Hawkins pad. CONDITION: 95% original blue on barrels with light scuffs and scratches. 85% blue on frame with the majority missing on underside. Trigger guard worn

Lot: 1851 - (C) SCARCE PARKER BROS. VHE 12 GAUGE SKEET

Parker Skeet 12 gauge shotguns are relatively scarce and hard to come by. This Remington produced gun has all the features collectors want to see on a true Parker Skeet gun - 26" Vulcan Steel barrels, original beavertail forend, straight stock,

Lot: 1852 - (C) AUGUSTE FRANCOTTE 12 BORE SXS MADE FOR

Made by Francotte for the American market this handsome gun with raised matted concave top rib with small brass front bead. Barrels marked on tops "A. Francotte Maker and Patentee / Abercrombie & Fitch / Made in Belgium". Full case hardened

Lot: 1853 - (C) A.H. FOX CE GRADE 12 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE

Made in Philadelphia, this CE grade has all the standard features you will find on a nice Fox game gun. Made with double triggers, auto ejectors, and auto safety. The Krupp fluid steel barrels have a matted rib with two beads and are engraved near

Lot: 1854 - (C) A.H. FOX BE GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SIDE BY SIDE

Made in 1911 by Ansley H. Fox Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gun features blued steel barrels with matted concave rib, ejectors, and twin beads. Case hardened boxlock action with single selective trigger, automatic safety, and "BE" fine line

Lot: 1855 - (C) WILLIAM CASHMORE HAMMER DOUBLE SHOTGUN.

William Cashmore company operated in Birmingham from the late 1880's to the early 1900's. Firm was rumored to have made several guns for Annie Oakley. Gun is a double hammer side by side shotgun with Nitro proofed fluid steel blued barrels marked

Lot: 1856 - (M) F.N. BROWNING "D-3" TYPE CUSTOM SUPERPOSED

Beautiful Belgian made gun with wide Broadway rib with steel beads. Barrels have been ported. Custom forend with schnabel tip is checkered in wave and point pattern. Made with FN single selective trigger, (European style) auto ejectors, and non-auto

Lot: 1857 - (M) WINCHESTER "PRESENTATION GRADE" OVER-UNDER

Made in Japan, these guns were imported from 1984-1987. Vent rib barrel with matted rib marked "Presentation Grade". Schnabel tip forend with engraved Deeley release. Blued frame is highly engraved with gold pheasants on both sides. Full knob pistol

Lot: 1858 - (M) BROWNING DIANA GRADE BROADWAY TRAP MODEL

Made in 1968, this Broadway trap gun features wide low profile ventilated matted rib with white mid and front beads. Large forend is checkered in point pattern with engraved latch release. Fully engraved in standard Diana Grade pattern with coin

Lot: 1859 - (M) BERETTA S687 EELL OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN

Made with wide low profile matted ventilated top rib with white front bead. Forend is checkered on sides in point pattern with Schnabel tip and latch release. Coin finished action is nicely floral scroll engraved and marked on bottom "P. Beretta /

Lot: 1860 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 101 PIGEON GRADE 12 BORE

Made in Japan, with wide matted low profile ventilated rib and white front bead. Forend checkered in point pattern with spring loaded latch release and small Schnabel tip. Blued action is near full coverage engraved in standard Pigeon Grade pattern

Lot: 1861 - (M) WEATHERBY ATHENA GRADE O/U .410 Bore Shotgun.

Made in Japan with low profile ventilated matted rib with white front bead. Forend with finger grooves on sides is checkered is checkered in point pattern and Deeley latch release. Coin finished action is lightly scroll engraved with gold Crown on

Lot: 1862 - (M) LOT OF 2: BELGIUM BROWNING A-5 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Lot consists of: (A) Lightweight Model with vent rib barrel, blue finish, high gloss hand checkered pistol grip stock, and monogram buttplate. CONDITION: Near new inside and out with a minor handling mark or two. Made in 1970. (B) Magnum Model with

Lot: 1863 - (M) BERETTA A400 XCEL SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN,

These versatile target guns need no introduction to competitive shooters. This gun with blue frame and black recoil system. Wood stocks are checkered in ribband pattern. Made with ventilated matted top rib. Housed in its original Beretta case.

Lot: 1864 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 1100 "MATCHED PAIR" NUMBER 859

Lot consists of a very pretty matched pair of Remington 1100 Guns. (A) 28 gauge with matted vent rib barrel with steel mid and white front bead. Checkered forearm in fleur-de-lis pattern. Blued action is lightly scroll engraved with gold highlights.

Lot: 1865 - (M) CUSTOM REMINGTON MODEL 1100 TD 12 BORE SEMI

Nicely made gun with matted ventilated rib barrel with steel mid and white front bead. Stocks by Brent Umberger with well checkered forearm with flowing wave pattern on forearm and panels on butt. Action is engraved in "D" Grade pattern with scroll

Lot: 1866 - (M) FINE REMINGTON "1100D" 28 BORE SHOTGUN.

Fine little 28 gauge Remington in "D" Grade. Made with full length matted ventilated top rib with steel mid and white front beads. Beautifully checkered forend with finger grooves on sides checkered in wave border pattern with diamond at center.

Lot: 1867 - (M) BROWNING A-BOLT HUNTER MODEL BOLT ACTION

Features two shot magazine, select satin finished walnut stock, no sights, and set-up with Browning scope mount. Manufactured by Miroku Japan. CONDITION: Near new with most original factory finish remaining. Bore is near mint. Barrel Length: 22"

Lot: 1868 - (C+M) LOT OF 4: QUALITY SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUNS.

Lot consists of: Four shotguns with blue or matte finish and wood stocks. All show use with exception to the near mint 20 Remington 870 and 90% Remington express. (A & B) Sears retail models. Both have Cutt's type chokes. CONDITION: Fair used,

Lot: 1869 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN.

Made in 1939. Winchester Model 12 "Skeet" Grade with raised solid rib, twin beads and Polychoke. Gun has checkered beavertail forearm with walnut plain pistol grip stock with Pachmayr vented recoil pad. Winchester proof steel barrel marked "WS-1" and

Lot: 1870 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN,

This is not an original Trench Gun. "FULL" choke marked barrel has been shortened to 22 inches. A reproduction heat shield with bayonet lug has been added. Matching numbers. Made in 1910. Reproduction buttplate. CONDITION: Metal has a mottled look,

Lot: 1871 - (M) LOT OF 2: QUALITY 12 BORE SHOTGUNS.

Lot consists of: (A) Winchester Model 1300 Defender. Basically your typical riot gun with full magazine, blue finish, hardwood pistol grip non-checkered stock, slide action, and rubber butt. CONDITION: Near new inside and out. (B) Winchester Model 40

Lot: 1872 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON 1928A1 SMG.

Built on a solid aluminum receiver. Original parts kit featuring a finned barrel with compensator. "L" style rear sight. Stock has a British sling swivel modification where it was moved from the bottom to the top. Stock has remnants of British

Lot: 1873 - DUMMY WWII THOMPSON M1A1 SMG.

Assembled by IMA with a solid aluminum receiver. Built using original parts. Barrel is still serviceable. Accompanied by a 30 round magazine and NOBUKL sling. CONDITION: Metal parts retain 95% finish. Wood has numerous dings and handling marks as

Lot: 1874 - LOT OF 47: TINS OF PERCUSSION CAPS AND AMMUNITION.

Lot consists of: Forty seven different tins and cap boxes of percussion caps and ammunition. CONDITION: Some are full and unopened. Some are partial. Some are empty. There is a mixture of old and new in this lot.

Lot: 1875 - LOT OF 11: BOXES OF PINFIRE AMMUNITION AND SHOT

Lot consists of: (A) full and factory sealed box of "25 CARTUCCE A PALLA m/m5 A SPILLO". (B) Full and correct box of "25 CARTOUCHES CAL. 7m/m POUR REVOLVERS LEFAUCHEUX". (C) Full and correct tin of "25 LEFAUCHEUX REVOLVER PATRONEN 7m?m MIT KUGELN".

Lot: 1876 - HUGE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AMMUNITION, CIVIL WAR &

Includes a framed display of three Burnside cartridges, two framed displays for the 1861 musket round, six paper shotgun shells, six pin-fire cartridges, 11 large caliber rimfire cartridges, three bags of old .22 rimfire, 66 assorted center fire

Lot: 1877 - SCARCE COMPLETE TIN OF 10 US MODEL 1855 MAYNARD

Hard to find original Japanned tin containing 10 Maynard tape primers. They are still in their wrappers. Lid is original. These are very difficult to find, especially complete. CONDITION: Retains 90% original Japanned finish on tin. The top roll of

Lot: 1878 - LOT OF 12: WONDERFUL GROUP OF VINTAGE WEAVER RIFLE

Lot consists of: (A) Two Weaver G4, one has old school top secured rings; (B) Three Weaver B6 with rings (one no rings), Weaver K2.5 with rings, Weaver K4.5 with rings, Weaver V22, JC Higgins, Weaver 1x, Weaver J4, and a Weaver C4. Most of these

Lot: 1879 - J.W. FECKER COMMANDO RIFLE SCOPE (1949-61).

J.W. Fecker began making some of the best rifle scopes during the mid-1920's, surpassing Malcolm scopes in quality for the first time in over seventy five years. The 22-3/4", 3/4" tube target scope was offered from 1949-50. This is a 12x. Equipped

Lot: 1880 - J. STEVENS NO. 161 TARGET RIFLE SCOPE - CIRCA

This beautiful scope features measures 30-3/8" in length, has a 3/4" tube, standard crosshairs with clear optics. CONDITION: 95% original factory blue finish with some minor rubs. Comes with set of adjustable mounts that are not Stevens. Dimensions:

Lot: 1881 - HUGE LOT OF MILITARY METAL CLEANING RODS.

While there may be a civilian rod or two, all appear to be for various military firearms. There are approximately 35 all metal rods. CONDITION: Excellent.

Lot: 1882 - ASSORTED MILITARY RIFLE PARTS LOT.

Includes a refinished 1917 stock with buttplate, swivels and both bands; a French bayonet marked and dated 1878, and two 1903 Springfield oilers.

Lot: 1883 - LOT OF 7: ASSORTED MAGAZINES

Lot consists of: two 25 round Uzi magazines in a green Uzi marked magazine pouch; one 25 round Uzi magazine; one 30 round Colt AR magazine; one BAR Browning magazine; one British .303 magazine; one Nazi marked G43 magazine. All are serviceable.

Lot: 1884 - LOT OF 9: ANTIQUE BULLET TOOLS.

Lot consists of: (A) WAX Stamped, two cavity rifle app. caliber .38. (B) Wax stamped single cavity. .32 caliber rifle. (C) Unmarked single cavity .32 caliber rifle. (D) Winchester single cavity .28 caliber rifle. (E) Stamped WAX, single cavity, .22

Lot: 1885 - LOT OF 23 15 ROUND USGI M-1 CARBINE MAGAZINES.

Lot consists of: Four "AI" marked magazines. Four "U" marked magazines. Four "AI" marked magazines. Four "BW" marked magazines. Four "SS" marked magazines. Two "IS" marked magazines. Two "B" marked magazines. Two "C-B" marked magazines. One "UW"

Lot: 1886 - LOT OF 14: REPRODUCTION, MOSTLY MILITARY,

Lot consists of: three new US holster for Army double action revolvers and one worn original, one new US holster for 1911, two new US Colt Single Action Army cavalry holsters for 5-1/2" and 7-1/2", one new black Luger holster, one large unmarked

Lot: 1887 - ORIGINAL 1925 FRANK SCHOONOVER COLT TEX & PATCHES

This famous poster has arguably been the image of the Colt Company since it was printed. Referred to as "Tex and Patches". This poster is in the scarce Spanish version done in beautiful full color lithograph on heavy textured paper with both of the

Lot: 1888 - LARGE LOT OF MINIATURE KENTUCKY RIFLE, PISTOL,

This is a great lot of Kentucky rifle period miniatures to include a rifle, a Kentucky pistol, two tomahawks, two hunting knives, two powder horns and a possibles bag. The rifle is the longest piece at 16". All parts are made of wood, metal, leather




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