|JENKS MULE EAR CIVIL WAR CARBINE|
These Jenks "Mule Ear" carbines were made from about 1843-1846 by N.P. Ames of Springfield, Mass. Total production was about 4250. The carbine is 54 caliber percussion. It is a...
Item ID #709
|COLT 1903 32 BRITISH PROOFS 1921 B-36|
The barrel, slide, and the receiver have British proofs. You will notice as with many of weapons that were sent to Great Britain, this pistol has been painted black. A large...
Item ID #707
|COLT 1903 32 # 583 EARLY FIRST YEAR B-17|
This is the early type 1903 32. It has the barrel bushing with the four-inch-barrel. It also has the early slide serrations. Another early feature is the 1887 Browning's Patent...
Item ID #706
|COLT WOODSMAN SPORT IST SERIES KING SIGHTS TARGET|
This is a very interesting Colt 1st Series Woodsman with a King Conversion. It does not have the weight. The front sight has the mirror reflector and the rear sight is adjustable....
Item ID #704
|WINCHESTER CARBINE 1894/95 VARIANT RARE 20"|
It is a 94/95 Variant. Chances are you have never seen one much less owned one. The information I have on this rifle comes from a book written by Robert C. Renneberg. It is named...
Item ID #694
|COLT 1911 CONVERSION UNIT NUMBERED|
Item ID #693
|GIBBS CIVIL WAR CARBINE|
These were made by William Brooks of New York City. Total produced was only 1052. It is a .52 caliber single shot. It is loaded by slidding the 22" barrel forward. This must be...
Item ID #691
|GREENE CIVIL WAR CARBINE|
These were made by Massachusetts Arms Co. Chicoppe Falls, Mass. Total produced around 2,000. The British contracted for around 2,000 of these in 1855 for use in the Crimean War,...
Item ID #689
|LINDNER CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE|
It is a 58 caliber, percussion, breechloader. Single shot loaded by turning a rotating collar locking device on the barrel 180 degrees. The breechblock is pushed upward by a...
Item ID #688
|COLT 1911 KEYHOLE KEY HOLE MAGAZINE|
These keyhole magazines are getting very hard to find. I guarantee this magazine to be 100% correct and original.
Item ID #669
|COLT MAGAZINE 1911 SPRINGFIELD 45|
This Springfield magazine is guaranteed to be 100% correct and original. There is still a liberal amount of copper remaining, as shown in the picture. For more information go to...
Item ID #668
|S&W VICTORY MODEL TUCKER STATE PRISON ARKANSAS|
The bore in the 4" barrel is bright and shiny and will rate an eight. Numbers and letters are clear and easy to see. All numbers match excluding the grips. The outside of the left...
Item ID #666
|COLT 1903 32 EARLY 4" BARREL VERY UNIQUE B-23|
This is a very unique piece. It comes with acrylic grips and a lanyard ring. Year of manufacture is 1906. I was told the grips came from an airplane. You will find proofs on the...
Item ID #648
|COLT US PROPERTY BRITISH PROOFS NICE B-42|
If you are interested in collector quality pistols, here is one for you. A very high percentage of the original parkerized finish remains. The bore is bright and shiny and shows...
Item ID #647
|REMINGTON SMOOT NUMBER 1 REVOLVER EARLY CB-|
This Smoot is .30 caliber with a spur trigger. The octagon barrel is 2.75". The bore will rate about a six. The action is loose, but indexes and locks up as it should. The grips...
Item ID #646
|FIRST YEAR COLT 1908 380 CALIBER 3X|
Here are the three 1st year production 1908 380s I have left.
Item ID #630
|COLT WOODSMAN 1928 FLAMING BOMB W-07|
This is a very interesting pistol. As you can see in the pictures, it has been re-finished. You will find a flaming bomb on the barrel, receiver, and slide. The bore is bright...
Item ID #619
|C. SHARPS & CO SINGLE SHOT PISTOL|
These pistols were made by C. Sharps & Co., Phiadelphia from 1854 to 1857. Only 850 produced. Caliber is 36. The barrel is 6 1/2" long. The bore has strong lands and grooves...
Item ID #617
|COLT 1903 32 LONDON SHIPPED 1921 B-37|
too late, it sold without a description
Item ID #615
|COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET U S PROPERTY GHD W-32|
This is a very rare U.S. Property marked Woodsman Match Target. Only around 4,000 were sold to the military. This one was made in 1944. U.S. Property is clearly marked on the left...
Item ID #613