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                    Colt 1878 12 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun, Grade 8 Configuration                                                                                              PRICE:  $2,950
Just received this Colt 1878 12 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun which left the factory in the rare #8 Grade Configuration.  This 1886 vintage gun is fitted with 30 inch damascus barrels, double triggers, nicely engraved color case-hardened receiver and side-plates, checkered Walnut forearm with ebony tip, checkered Walnut pistol grip stock with a Colt black hard-rubber butt-plate, engraved color case-hardened hammers, blue finished and engraved trigger guard and lower tang, and a dolls head at the rear of the barrels.  The gun is in fine condition, retaining 60% of its original color case-hardened finish on the receiver and side-plates, with most thinning on the bottom of the receiver, due to handling.  The hammers retain most all of their original color case-hardened finish.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  The bores are bright, except for some minor surface corrosion near the muzzles, and the screw heads are mostly un-molested.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with assorted handling marks/dings.  If your looking for one of these Colt 1878 shotguns, in a higher grade configuration, this is it.  A very nice looking Colt.  Comes with a Colt factory letter stating gun was shipped on August 5, 1886 to Howe & Jacobs, location unknown.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1878.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP17-212

                    Smith & Wesson Model 4006, Cal. .40 S&W                                                                     PRICE:  $595
The S&W Model 4006 was made from 1990 to 1999, is one of the first Smith & Wesson pistols chambered in the new at the time, .40 S&W cartridge.  The pistols were fitted with either a 3 1/2 or 4 inch barrel, exposed hammer with ambi safety/de-cock feature, Delrin one piece wrap-around grips, 3-dot fixed or adjustable rear sight, satin stainless steel finish, (2) 11-round magazines, and chambered in .40 S&W.  This pistol is as described and is fitted with a 4 inch barrel and fixed sights.  Pistol is in "as new" condition, appearing to having been factory test fired only.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box and instructions manual.  A very nice old school .40 S&W pistol.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 4006.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Brent or Harry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-791

             L.C. Smith  "Field Grade", 12 Gauge Double                                                                   PRICE:  $2,250
Beautiful 1929 vintage L.C. Smith/Hunter Arms, sidelock, hammerless with fluid steel barrels, "Field Grade" double barrel 12 Gauge shotgun.  Gun is so clean it looks unfired.  The blued 30 inch barrels and blued trigger guard retain 95-98% of their original finishes, with some thinning on the high edges from handling.  The receiver and side-plates retain 95% of their original, very attractive, color case-hardened finish, with thinning on the bottom of the frame from being held.  The checkered Walnut stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with some assorted minor handling marks.  The hard rubber butt-plate fits well and is in very fine condition, with no cracks or chips.  The hard rubber grip cap fits well but does have a chip out of it.  The bores are bright and the action functions perfectly and has a tight, like new lock-up.  Dis-assembles and assembles perfectly.  L.C. Smith sides-by-sides are rarely found in this high condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this L.C. Smith.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Rees or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-791

                    Vintage Powder Flask for  a Colt .28 Caliber Root Percussion Revolver                       PRICE:  $325
Here is a wonderful example of a small Powder Flask for a Colt .28 Caliber Root Revolver.  The dimensions of the Flask are 3 3/4 inches in length by 1 3/4 inches in width by 13/16 of an inch in depth.  It is in excellent original condition and functions perfectly.  A very nice looking vintage powder flask.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Powder Flask.   For additional information and details about this item, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this item in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum, 2 1/2 Inch, Cal. .357 Magnum                PRICE:                      SOLD
Very clean, 1980's vintage, Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum fitted with a 2 1/2 inch barrel, accessory S&W finger-groove wood grips with S&W medallions, is blue finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum.   The gun retains 99% of its original blue finish, with a light drag line on the cylinder, and a few very minor handling marks.  The grips are in excellent condition, with only a few very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright and the action functions as new, with perfect timing and tight lock-up.  The gun comes with its original numbered to the gun box, which is in very fine condition, and has minimal wear.  Sorry, no paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 19.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Brent or Harry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   M17-1121

                    Ruger Super Blackhawk, 3-Screw Old Model, Cal. .44 Magnum                                   PRICE:  $850
A very nice 1970 vintage 3-Screw Ruger Super Blackhawk chambered in .44 Magnum.  The gun is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, square-back trigger guard, target hammer, smooth Walnut grips with silver/black eagle medallions, and is high polished blue finished.  It appears the gun has been fired very little as it is in fantastic condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue, with a barely visable drag line on the cylinder and a small area of thinning on the left side of the barrel at the muzzle.  The grips are in excellent condition, with one very minor handling mark/ding.  The bore is bright and the action functions as new.  We seldom see these Old Model .44's in this kind of condition.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Old Model Super Blackhawk.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                     Colt  Model 1883 Hammerless Double Barrel  12 Gauge Shotgun, Presentation Gun from C.H. Colt                                                  PRICE:  $25,000
The Model 1883 Hammerless Double Barrel Shotgun was made from 1883 to 1895, with approximately 7,360 manufactured.  The double barrel shotguns were usually custom made and fitted with damascus barrels from 28 to 32 inches in length.  Per the Blue Book of Gun Values regarding the Model 1883:  "This model was generally a custom order gun with no standard grades designated.  Quality was extremely high, and the cost of manufacture is a large reason why the gun never sold in large numbers commercially.  The Model 1883 was discontinued after only 12 years of manufacture (it was one of the most expesive shotgunns during its day)".  This 1883 is fitted with 30 inch damascus barrels, double triggers, finely checkered Walnut forearm with ebony tip, finely checkered and nicely figured Walnut stock fitted with a black hard rubber butt-plate, extensive engraving on the receiver, safety button, break-down lever, trigger guard, forearm takedown lever and framing, and a small portion of the barrel, color case-hardened receiver, and a dolls head at the rear of the barrels.  What really sets this gun apart is the gold plaque on the side of the stock which states this gun was presented to a Augustus W. Mott by C.H. Colt (Samuel Colt's son) on March 9th 1889.  There is also an initial medallion on the bottom of the stock with the engraved initials A.W.M..  Included is the factory letter stating this gun was shipped to C.H. Colt on April 10, 1889.  A truly one of a kind Colt firearm that is in excellent original condition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Presentation Colt 1883.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-1070

                     Ruger Blackhawk "Flattop", Cal. .357 Magnum                                                             PRICE:  $1,250
The Ruger Blackhawk "Flattop" .357 Magnum was made from 1955 to 1962, with 42,690 manufactured.  The Single Actions were fitted with either a 4 5/8, 6 1/2 or 10 inch barrel, flat top cylinder strap with adjustable rear sight, black rubber or varnished wood grips (became standard after approx. serial # 30,000), and were blue finished only.  This approximately 1960 vintage gun is as described, is fitted with a 6 1/2 inch barrel and wood grips.  This is the nicest "Flattop" Ruger Balckhawk I have ever seen, is a 99%+ gun with only a few very minor handling marks on the grips and back-strap and a slight drag line on the cylinder.  It looks to having been test fired only, has a bright bore, perfectly functioning action, and un-molested screw heads.  This is a very nice example of its type, maybe to nice to shoot.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ruger "Flattop".   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-1070

                    Colt Single Action Army, Cal. .44 Special                                                                          PRICE:  $2,150
Nice 3rd Generation Colt Single Action Army chambered in .44 Special.  The gun is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, black Colt Standing Eagle checkered plastic grips, and is blue/color case-hardened finshed.  The gun has been fired, but very little from its appearance.  It retains 99% of its original finishes, with some thinning at the muzzle, some of the sharp edges of the cylinder, and a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The grips are in excellent condition and all screw heads are un-molested.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, sorry, no paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt SAA.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Colt 1878 10 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun                                                      PRICE:  $4,500
Absolutely beautiful Colt 1878, 10 Gauge, Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun.  This 1883 vintage gun is fitted with 30 inch damascus barrels, double triggers, engraved color case-hardened frame and side-plates, checkered Walnut forearm with ebony tip, checkered Walnut pistol grip stock with a Colt black hard-rubber butt-plate, engraved color case-hardened hammers, and blue finished and engraved trigger guard and lower tang.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its original finishes, with only thinning on the bottom of the receiver, lower tang, and trigger guard due to handling.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  The bores are bright and all screw heads are un-molested.  The Walnut stock is nicely figured with minimal minor handling marks.  The forearm is in near excellent condition, with a minor chip on the right side near the tip.  If your looking for one of these Colt shotguns, you would be hard pressed to find one nicer.  Comes with a Colt factory letter stating gun was shipped on January 4, 1883 to William Read & Sons located in Boston, Massachusetts.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1878.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP17-212

                    1917 DWM Artillery Luger with Matching Stock & Magazine, Cal. 9mm                   PRICE:  $7,250
Fantastic condition and all original DWM 1917 Artillery Rig with matching magazine and stock, complete with attached holster, cleaning rod and takedown tool.  This is a late production DWM artillery, chamber dated 1917, and is fitted with a 8” barrel having drift adjustable front sight and elevation-only rear sight marked 1-8.   All major components are rust blued, the front sight, rear sight bar and grip screws are fire blued; takedown lever, trigger, safety, ejector, and magazine release are strawed.  The full serial number is under the barrel and on forward portion of the frame.  Extensive disassembly shows all matching small parts including the firing pin.  Each of the beech grip panels is marked with an inspection letter but not matched to the pistol as is correct for these late guns.  It is fitted with its original matching magazine.   Stock is imperial proofed and has fully matching number rust blued lug having strawed lever.  The holster is dark brown in color with original straps and boot.  The inside of the flap has the manufacturer name, but no date is visible.   Blued proof marked takedown tool and cleaning rod with wood handle and all steel shaft including tip.  The pistol has at least 93-95% original rust blue with expected holster wear around muzzle, forward rails, hump of sideplate and bottom of frontstrap, where it is in contact with holster.  Comparable condition strawed and fired blue parts showing no suggestion of enhancement.  Excellent grips, with sharp checkering and no cracks or chips.  The matching magazine is in excellent condition.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, but there is some minor corrosion in the grooves.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  The takedown tool and cleaning rod are in excellent condition.   A great looking Luger Artillery rig, and a beautiful example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Artillery Luger.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Brent or Harry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-1037

                    Ruger Single Six, 4 5/8 Inch Barrel, Cal. .22 LR                                                              PRICE:  $750
1959 vintage Ruger Single Six fitted with a 4 5/8 inch barrel and chambered in .22 LR.  This is a 80% gun, with a majority of the blue wear on the trigger guard and backstrap.  The grips would be excellent, except for a chip on the left panel at the bottom of the grip.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Has not been converted to transfer bar safety.  This is a difficult Ruger in this barrel length to find.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Ruger Single Six.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Brent or Harry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Winchester 94 Buffalo Bill Commemorative, Cal. 30-30                                                  PRICE:  $650
New/unfired, 1968 vintage, Winchester Model 94 Buffalo Bill Commemorative Rifle fitted with a 24 inch octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, Walnut forearm and stock with nickel finished forend cap and crescent butt-plate, nickel saddle ring, nickel hammer and trigger, roll engraved receiver and barrel, and chambered in 30-30.  As stated, the gun is new, but does have assorted minor handling marks here and there.  Comes with a shipping box, does not number to the gun, and all paper-work.  One of the more desirable Winchester Commemoratives.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester Buffalo Bill 94.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Black Powder Log Splitter                                                                                                  PRICE:                       SOLD
This is the first one we have ever seen, a Black Powder Log Splitter, most likely from the late 1800's or early 1900's.  Per the attached article about these tools:  With this tool one man easily and quickly splits logs for fuel and crack stumps for easier pulling.  Reduced charges split logs for posts or pulp wood.  By splitting logs a small outfit and few men produce more at lower cost due to easier handling.  A few pennies worth of 2f or 3f or 4f Blasting Powder does the heavy work.  Never use dynamite or any high explosive.  An article about the Thunderbolt Splitting Tool (similar to this tool) comes with the tool, as does the display stand.  If your looking for something unique for display in your "Man-Cave" this is it.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Log Splitter.   For additional information and details about this item, ask for Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this item in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum, Pinned and Recessed, Cal. .357 Magnum                                              PRICE:                                 SOLD
Very nice late 1970's vintage S&W Model 19-4 Combat Magnum fitted with a pinned 4 inch barrel, red-ramp front sight, white-outline adjustable rear sight, checkered target grips with S&W medallions, recessed chambers cylinder, nickel finished, and is chambered in .357 Magnum.  It retains all of its original nickel finish with minimal wear marks.  The bore is bright and the action functions as new, with perfect timing and tight lock-up.  The grips are in very good condition, with most wear on the right grip, especially arond the checkering.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 19.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent, or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   M17-1039

             Colt SAA, 1 Generation, Cal. .41 Colt                                                                                PRICE:  $2,495
1901 vintage Colt Single Action Army fitted with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, checkered black "Rampant Colt" hard rubber grips, blue/color case hardened finish, and chambered in .41 Colt.   The gun has lost most all of its original finishes, turning a dark grey/silver patina.  The grips fit well and are in good condition, with assorted handling marks/wear and a chip on the right grip panel.  The barrel is shootable, with visible rifling, but with spotty corrosion.  The action functions perfectly with a good lock-up, though a little loose.  Includes factory Colt letter which states gun was shipped out September 5, 1901 to Norvell Shapleigh Hardware Company located in St. Louis, Missouri along with 6 other guns.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Single Action.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-753

             Traditions 1851 Navy Revolver, Nickel with Laser Engraving, .44 Caliber Percussion, Copy of Colt                                                           PRICE:  $495
Like new/unfired Traditions 1851 Navy 6-shot revolver, .44 caliber percussion.  This is a nice looking Italian made percussion revolver, with attractive laser engraving, nickel plated with blued screws, and fitted with imitation Ivory grips (white plastic).  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1851 Navy.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Ithaca/Western Arms "Long Range" Double Barrel, .410 SxS Shotgun                        PRICE:                       SOLD
The barrels on this .410 Gauge are marked "Western Arms Branch Ithaca Gun Co. Inc., Ithaca, N.Y.", "Long Range Gun".  Evidently the Ithaca Gun Company marketed some of their double barrel shotguns at a lower cost under the trade name, Western Arms, between 1929 to 1941.  It appears to be the same as their normal Field Grade except the walnut stock is unchecked.  The barrels are 26 inches long, 3 inch chambered, and have perfect bores.  The American Walnut pistol gripped stock has a 13 inch LOP to a single non-selective trigger.  The receiver has the "Ihaca Dog" engraved on both sides and still retains 50% bright case colors.  The barrels and trigger guard have 95% of their original blue, and the gun is equipped with an automatic safety.  This is a very attractive little double that is prized much less than its counterpart without the Western Arms name and would be a perfect "starter gun" for a beginner.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Western Arms Double.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   M17-1030

                    Winchester 1894 Centennial (1894-1994) Rifle, Grade I, Cal. 30-30                              PRICE:  $995
Winchester 1894 Centennial (1894-1994) Grade I Rifle chambered in 30-30.  The rifle is fitted with a half round/half octagon 26 inch barrel, pistol grip stock with grip cap, half length tube magazine, crescent steel butt-plate, roll engraved receiver which copies the #9 style engraving, and checkered stock and forearm.  Gun is new/unfired, with only a few very minor handling marks in the wood (barely noticable).  Sorry, no box, paper-work, or hang tag.  A very beautiful rifle.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 1894 Rifle.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Winchester Model 70 .264 Winchester Magnum                                                              PRICE:                        SOLD
Very nice Post-64 Winchester Model 70 Magnum.  Manufactured in 1970 in the scarce and desirable .264 Winchester Magnum caliber.  The .264 is extremely flat shooting and hard hitting round, capable of taking any N. American game.  This would make an excellent sheep or antelope rifle.  It features a 24 inch barrel with a bright shiny bore.  The rifling is strong with no evidence or erosion/corrosion.  The factory blue finish rates 98% with only some high edge wear on the floor-plate and bolt knob.  The factory stock is nicely figured Black Walnut with some light handling marks, and no cracks or repairs.  Stock is fitted with a factory red Winchester recoil pad, factory swivels and vintage leather sling.  It is topped with Leupold base and rings.  Comes with a partial box of factory ammo.  Just need to mount a scope, sight it in, and go hunting.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 70.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CM17-958

                    Winchester Model 1892, 1st Year Production, Cal. 32-20                                              PRICE:                        SOLD
It is not often we have an antique (pre-1898) Model 92 Winchester.  This one is in the 22xxx serial range which dates it to late 1892.  Some previous owner cut 3/8 inches of the end of the barrel, probably in an effort to make it more accurate by "freshing-up" the rifling at the muzzle.  Overall the 32-20 chambered rifle is in very good condition, is solid mechanically, and the action lock-up is tight and the action functions great.  The bore is bright, with strong rifling.  It retains 40-50% of its blue finish, with evidence of possibly being touched up many years ago.  There are visible traces of case colors on the hammer and lever and no traces on the butt-plate.  Overall a good old Winchester 92 that would make an excellent shooter.  This is an antique rifle, FFL not required.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 1892.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   BP17-205

                    Colt Official Police, Cal. .38 Special                                                                                  PRICE:  $425
The Colt Official Police (Post-War) was manufactured from 1947 to 1969.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with a 2, 4, 5, or 6 inch barrel, Coltwood (plastic) grips until 1954 checkered walnut thereafter, fixed sights, blue or nickel finished, and were chambered in either .22 LR or .38 Special.  This 1957 vintage gun is as described, is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, is blue finished and is chambered in .38 Special.  It is in fine condition, retaining 80% of its original blue finish with most of the thinning on the cylinder and back-strap.  The checkered walnut grips are in very good condition, fit well and have no cracks or chips, just some minor handling marks and pressure dents.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, the action functions perfectly, with excellent timing and tight lock-up.  Great shooter Colt Official Police double action.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Official Police.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Harry, Brent or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

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                    Hi-Standard Sentinel, R-101, 9-shot Revolver, .22 LR                                                     PRICE:                       SOLD
This Hi-Standard Sentinel is fitted with a 6 inch barrel, checkered brown plastic grips, fixed sights, built with an aluminum frame, color case-hardened finished hammer and trigger, and is full blue finished.  It is in fine original condition, retaining 85% of its original blue finish, with thinning at the muzzle, sharp edges of the cylinder, and sharp edges of the frame.  There is a spot on the right side of the frame behind the cylinder where the finish was worn off.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up.  The grips are in excellent condition, with only a few minor handling marks, and no cracks or chips.  Would make a great plinker.

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                    Parker/Winchester Reproduction DHE, 28 Gauge SxS Shotgun                                    PRICE:     SALE PENDING
These Parker DHE reproductions were produced in the mid 1980's and they are of very high quality and have become prized by both shooters and collectors.  This example is a 28 Gauge with 26 inch barrels that are choked improved cylinder and modified.  The stock has a straight "English" grip and an overall length of pull of 14 1/4 inches to a skeleton buttplate.  It also has a single selective trigger, automatic ejectors, a sprinter forearm and the original leather case and canvas cover.  The previous owner used this shotgun in the field shooting doves.  It shows some wear to the case hardened finish primarily on the bottom of the receiver and the stock has a few small dents in the wood.  The barrels are nearly perfect with mirror bores and 98% original blue.  These Parker Reproductions, especially in 28 Gauge, are a great value and are sure to keep appreciating.

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AMF ID:  CM17-1017

                    Winchester "Golden Quail" 1 of 500 Side by Side, 20 Gauge  Shotgun                          PRICE:                       SOLD
Nice Winchester Model 23 "Golden Quail" series 1 of 500 made in 20 Gauge, curca 1984.  It is fitted with 25 1/2 inch barrels with solid rib, ivory bead front sight, and choked improved cylinder and modified.  Features a coin finished engraved reciever with gold inlay on the floor-plate.  Straight English grip stock with factory recoil pad, 14 1/2 inch L.O.P..  Beavertail forend with fleur-de-lis checkering pattern.  Single select trigger with ejectors.  Gun is in excellent condition, appears unfired, but does have some assorted handling marks in the wood.  Comes with factory case.

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AMF ID:  CM17-1016

                    Dan Wesson "Valor" 1911 Commander Size Rig, Cal. .45 ACP                                      PRICE:                      SOLD
Like new/lightly used Dan Wesson "Valor" Commander size 1911 pistol with Glaco FL266 Holster, Galco CONMC26 Mag Holder, and (2) 8-round magazines.   Pistol is fitted with a 4 1/4 inch barrel, Trijicon night sights, checkered fore-strap, checkered main spring housing, G10 double diamond checkered grips, Beaver-tail grip safety with memory pad, built on a Bobtail full size Commander size frame, and is constructed of stainless steel.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Nice 1911 rig.

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AMF ID:   CM17-999

                    Colt 1851 Navy, Small Trigger Guard, with Holster, .36 Cal. Percussion                     PRICE:  $2,650
Nice honest 1856 vintage Third Model Colt 1851 Navy with period holster.  The 6-shot .36 caliber revolver is fitted with a 7 1/2 inch octagon barrel, small round trigger guard, dove-tailed front sight, one-piece walnut grips, blue finished metal with color case-hardened frame, loading lever and hammer, and silver plated brass trigger guard and back-strap.  This gun has lost all of its original finishes, having turned a silver grey patina.  The grips retain 60% of their original varnish and the trigger guard retains 20% of its original silver plate.  It is all numbers matching, frame to cylinder, trigger guard, back-strap, cylinder pin, loading lever, and wedge.  The gun has generally nice un-molested screws and the bore is shootable, with visible rifling, but has some corrosion damage.  The action functions well, but is loose.  The holster is in very good original condition, only major issue is stitching separation where the lower portion of the belt loop attaches to the holster.  Good looking pre-Civil War rig.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1851 Navy.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   CBP17-191

                    Vintage Original Wood Case for Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver with a 5 Inch Barrel                                                                                       PRICE:  $1,950
Just recevied this vintage original wood case for a Colt 1849 Pocket revolver fitted with a 5 inch barrel.  The case is in very good condition, with lots of its original finish and most all of its original liner.  There are assorted cracks and some separation at the corners, but the case opens and closes well, with sound hinges, and little liner separation.  Comes with a .31 Caliber Colt bullet mold, nipple wrench, and Colt/Eley metal cap container.  If you have a 5 inch 1849 Pocket, this would make a geat addition.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-38

                    Taylor's & Co. 1874 Sharps, Cal. 45/70                                                                             PRICE:  $1,295
Nice Taylor's & Co. 1874 Sharps rifle fitted with a 32 inch full octagon barrel, double set triggers, checkered walnut forearm, checkered walnut stock with patchbox, globe front sight, ladder style rear sight, long range tang sight, color case-hardened finished frame, hammer, trigger guard, patch-box, and butt-plate, and chambered in .45/70 Govt.  This is a 98%+ gun with only a few very minor handling marks on the stock and the front sight having minor damage on the left side when it was mounted.  Bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM17-1001

             Smith & Wesson .32 Regulation Police (Pre-War), Cal. .32 S&W                                   PRICE:  $950
The S&W .32 Regulation Police (Pre-War) was made from 1917 to 1942, in the serial range 260000 to 536000.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with either a 3 1/4, 4 1/4, or 6 inch barrel, fixed sights, square butt checkered walnut grips with silver S&W medallions, blue or nickel finished, color case-hardened hammer and trigger, and chambered in .32 S&W.  This gun, serial 523524 (which is stamped on the frame/front-strap, cylinder face, barrel flat, front of yoke, and right grip panel), is as described and is fitted with a 4 1/4 inch barrel and is blue finished.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 98-99% of its original blue finish, with a drag line on the cylinder and some traces of flaking on the back-strap.  The hammer and trigger retain 99%+ of their original color case-hardened finish and the grips retain all of their original finish, with a few very minor handling marks.  The patent date on the bottom of the grip is perfect.  The gun is so clean it appears to have been factory test fired only.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box with the correct label on the end.  The box is good condition, is all there, and the cloth hinge is still intact.  Beautiful little Smith & Wesson .32 Regulation Police.

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AMF ID:   M17-759

                    Colt Officer's Model 38 Heavy Barrel (Third Issue), Cal. .38 Special                            PRICE:  $825
Good looking 1939 vintage Colt Officer's Model 38 Heavy Barrel, chambered in .38 Special.  It is fitted with a 6 inch heavy barrel, adjustable front sight (elevation), adjustable rear sight (windage), and checkered walnut grips with silver "Rampant Colt" medallions.  It retains 97% of its original blue finish, with some thinning at the muzzle and some of the sharp edges of the cylinder and frame, and some minor spotting under the trigger guard.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions great.

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AMF ID:   M17-1008

                    Colt Police Positive (First Issue), Cal. .32 S&W                                                               PRICE:                       SOLD
Very nice 1926 vintage Colt Police Positive, chambered in .32 S&W.  The 6-shot revolver is fitted with a 4 inch barrel and checkered walnut grips with silver "Rampant Colt" medallions.  It retains 98% of its original blue finish, with some thinning at the muzzle and some of the sharp edges of the cylinder and frame.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, and the action works perfectly, with excellent timing and a very tight lock-up.  The grips are in excellent condition, with sharp checkering, with only some minor flattening on the right grip panel.  All screw-heads are un-molested.  A fantastic example of its type.

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AMF ID:   M17-1006

                    Savage Model 1899, Cal. .300 Savage                                                                                 PRICE:                       SOLD
Attractive Savage Model 1899 chambered in .300 Savage.  This 1932 vintage lever action rifle is fitted with a 24 inch tapered barrel, brass cartridge counter, checkered forearm and pistol grip stock, Lyman Ivory bead front sight, Lyman receiver mounted peep sight, and steel butt-plate.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling and the action locks up tight and functions perfectly.  

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AMF ID:   M17-992

                    Armalite AR15 Bull Barrel, Cal. 5.56/.223                                                                        PRICE:  $750
Nice Armalite Bull Barrel AR-15 chambered in 5.56mm.  The gun is fitted with a 24 inch heavy stainless steel free floating barrel, standard stock and buttplate, and a Armalite scope base with Alaskan Guide 6.5 to 20 variable scope.  The gun is in very fine condition, with a bright bore, and perfectly functioning action.

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AMF ID:   CM17-946

                    WWI 1918 Colt "Black Army" 1911 .45 ACP ** ALL ORIGINAL **                                        PRICE:                       SOLD
We are pleased to offer this all-original World War 1 Colt "Black Army" 1911 Model .45 ACP pistol manufactured in 1918.  The 1918 manufactured Colt 1911's are known as "Black Army" models today by collectors due to their dark blue, almost black appearance.  They particularly look black when compared to Colt 1911s from the previous 2 years.  This difference in finish color was a result of Colt eliminating some of the polishing and finishing steps prior to bluing it, and changing to a gas fired "oven bluing" process.  This was done to save time and increase production to help meet the increasing need for sidearms for the U.S. Army and Marines fighting on the front lines of WW1. Ultimately this expedited bluing process was not as carefully controlled, and the bluing was often unusually thin on some pistols and not as durable.  The poor surface preparation also caused poor adhesion and the finish had a tendency to flake off.  These 1918 "Black Army" pistols were only made until the end of the war in 1918, and Colt resorted back to the brushed blue finish used prior to 1918.  This particular example is serial number 490244 and is completely original and correct.  We have gone thru it and every single part is the correct original just as it left the Colt factory.  Considering the finish on these pistols is often almost entirely flaked off, the finish on this one is quite good.  It retains somewhere between 75% and 80% of the dark blue finish.  The actual finish wear is likely just on the grip straps, the rest of missing finish appears to have flaked off rather than worn off.  The "HP" marked barrel has an excellent bore.  It is still bright with nicely defined and sharp rifling, with no pitting or erosion of any kind.  The original checkered with diamonds Walnut grips are in very good condition as well.  They are free from cracks or repairs and the checkering is still somewhat sharp.  Everything works on this Colt 100% like it did when it left the factory almost 100 years ago.  It comes with an original and proper unmarked 2-tone magazine.  If you have been looking for a "Black Army" Colt 1911 that was likely in combat but still in good condition, this is your chance!            

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1911.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Charles or Garry at 859-276-1419.  If you come into our store to view this gun in person, let your sales representative know you saw it on our web site.

AMF ID:   M17-985

                    Colt SAA, 1 Generation, Cal. .41 Colt                                                                                PRICE:                        SOLD
1901 vintage Colt Single Action Army fitted with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, checkered black "Rampant Colt" hard rubber grips, blue/color case hardened finish, and chambered in .41 Colt.   The gun has lost most all of its original finishes, turning a grey/silver patina.  The grips, which have turned a pleasing brown, fit well and are in very good condition, with assorted handling marks and wear  The barrel is shootable, with visible rifling, but with minor corrosion throughout.  The action functions perfectly with a very good lock-up.  Honest old Colt.

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AMF ID:   M17-979

                    Springfield 1911A-A1 "DUCKS UNLIMITED", Stainless Steel, Cal. .45 ACP                                                                                                PRICE:  $725
Like new Springfield 1911-A1 " DUCKS UNLIMITED" chambered in .45 ACP.  The pistol is fitted with a 5 inch barrel, unique "DUCKS UNLIMITED" double diamond checkered wood grips, and is constructed in stainless steel.  The gun has been fired, but very little from its appearance.  Comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, paper-work, 2 magazines, factory provided plastic holster and mag holder, extra pair of checkered black plastic grips, and lock.  Unique 1911 pistol.

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AMF ID:  CM17-868

                    Ruger LCR, Cal. 9mm                                                                                                         PRICE:  $450
Like new pre-owned Ruger LCR revolver chambered for the 9mm pistol round.  The 5-shot revolver is fitted with a 2 inch barrel, Ruger/Hogue finger groove rubber grips, and is double action only.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, Ruger pistol rug, 3-moon clips, lock, and all paper-work.  With 9mm ammo being so in-expensive, these Ruger 9mm revolvers are cheaper to shoot then their .38 special cousins.

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AMF ID:  CM17-595

                    Browning Model 1886 Limited Edition Grade I Carbine, Cal. 45-70                             PRICE:  $2,150
 The Browning Model 1886 Limited Edition Grade I was made in 1992 and 1993, with 7,000 manufactured.  The guns were based on the popular Winchester Model 1886 Carbine, made from 1886 to 1935.  The guns were fitted with a 22 inch round barrel, 7-shot full length tube magazine, saddle ring attached to the left side of the reciever, Walnut stock and forearm, steel Carbine style butt-plate, full blue finished, and were chambered in 45-70 Govt..  This gun is as described and is in "as new/unfired" condition.  This is a 99%++ gun retaining all of its original finishes with only a few small handling dings on the stock.  Beautiful gun, especially with the nicely figured stock.  Comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, sorry, no paper-work.

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                    Winchester Model 94 Canadian Centennial 67, Cal. 30-30                                             PRICE:  $550
In 1967 Winchester came out with the this Canadian '67 Centennial Carbine Commemorative Model 94 to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the country of Canada.  It is fitted with a 20 inch full octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, steel crescent butt-plate, Walnut stock and forearm, attractive roll engraving on the receiver, and it is chambered in 30-30.  This gun is in like new/unfired condition, though it does have a few very minor handling marks (mostly on the stock).  Comes with its original hang-tag, sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:  M16-1537

                    Smith & Wesson 22/32 Target, Cal. .22 LR                                                                       PRICE:  $1,450
Nice S&W 22/32 Target revolver chambered in .22 LR.  This late 1930's revolver is fitted with a 6 inch barrel, adjustable rear sight, patridge front sight, diamond checkered wood target grips, and is blue finished.  It retains 95-98% of its original blue finish, with thinning on the sharp edges of the frame and cylinder, and minor spotting overall (mostly on the frame), most likely from poor storage.  The grips retain most all of their original finish, with assorted handling marks, 1 minor chip on the right panel and no cracks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  It is all numbers matching (frame to cylinder, barrel, and grips).  All screw heads are un-molested, including the very small adjustment screws on the rear sight.  This is one of my favorite S&W's, a great plinker, target gun, and collectable.

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                    Colt Pre-Woodsman, Early 4-Digit Serial Number, 2nd Year Production, Cal. .22 LR                                               PRICE:                                  SOLD
The Colt Pre-Woodsman was made from 1915 to 1927, with approximately 54,000 manufactured.  The pistols were fitted with a 6 5/8 inch barrel (pencil barrels were fitted from 1915 to 1922), diamond checkered wood grips, adjustable rear and front sight, bottom mag release, blue finished only, and were chambered in .22 LR (Standard velocity ammo. only).  This 1916 vintage Pre-Woodsman is as described and is correctly fitted with the early pencil barrel.  The gun is in fantastic condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with only some very minor thinning at the muzzle and forward edge of the slide.  The back-strap and front-strap have very little handling wear.  The sights are clean and the tiny sight screws are un-molested.  It has the correct two-tone magazine, which is also in excellent condition, and it has the correct "CAL. 22 COLT" stamp on the base.  The checkered wood grips look like new, with no wear at all.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly.   This is a beautiful 2nd year Pre-Woodsman, and it would be very difficult to find one nicer.

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AMF ID:  M17-967

                    German Revolver with Manual Safety, Un-Marked, Cal. 9mm Rimmed?                     PRICE:                       SOLD
Nice condition un-marked German 6-shot revolver with a manual safety.  Gun is fitted with a 3 3/8 inch octagon barrel, one-piece checkered wood grips, lanyard ring, loads like a single action with swing out ejector rod (acts as a cylinder pin), is double action, and is chambered in some 9mm rimmed cartridge (.38 S&W is to big, .38 Special fits perfectly but is to long).  The bore is decent/shootable with light corrosion.  The action and manual safety function perfectly, with tight lock-up and perfect timing.  These guns were made in the 1890's.

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AMF ID:  BP17-195

                    Stevens Model 311 Double .410 Gauge Shotgun                                                                PRICE:                       SOLD
Very nice Stevens Model 311 side-by-side .410 Gauge shotgun.  The receiver retains 95% of its original color case-hardened finish, the barrel retains 98% of its original blue finish, with some minor thinning at the muzzle, and the stock and forearm retain 97% of their original finishes, with the forearm having some of the finish chipped off.  The finish on the trigger guard is thinning on the sharp edges.  The bores are bright an the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Good looking Double .410.

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AMF ID:  M17-968

                    Smith & Wesson  .380 Bodyguard                                                                                      PRICE:  $375
Lightly used S&W .380 Bodyguard with built in laser sight.  The pistol is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  Laser works perfectly and is nice and bright.  Comes with (1) 6-round magazine, its original numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:  CM17-954

                    Ruger Single Six, Old Model 3-Screw, Cal. .22 LR                                                          PRICE:  $475
The Ruger Single Six Old Model Single Actions were made from 1953 to 1973, and were identifiable with having a 3-screw frame.  This Single Six is fitted with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, round loading gate (earlier models had a flat loading gate), checkered black hard rubber grips with sliver/black Ruger medallions, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 LR.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 95% of its original blue finish, with most thinning on the left side of the muzzle, forward portion of the ejector rod housing, and cylinder, most likely from holster wear.  The grips fit well and are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, functions pefectly and has a tight lock-up.  Nice looking Ruger Single Six, these are not as common as they used to be.

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AMF ID:  M17-966

                    French "Lebel" / "St. Etienne" Revolver, Cal. 8mm French Ordnance                        PRICE:  $550

The modèle (mle.) 1892 is commonly referred to as the “Lebel” revolver or the “St. Etienne.”  The latter makes sense as the revolvers are stamped “St. Étienne” but the former is a misunderstanding as Nicholas Lebel does not appear to have played a part in their development.  Production began in its namesake year and continued until 1924.  Barrels have been dated up to 1930 and the manufacture date is stamped right on the barrel, so no confusion for collectors.  M1892s served with the French armed forces through WWI until they were officially retired in 1935.  WWII, however, had other ideas and the pistols were not completely replaced until after 1945.  In many places formally under French rule they remained in service well into the 1960s.  Commercial models, Belgian, and Spanish-made copies also abound with slight variations of fitting, markings, and caliber.  Using the mle. 1892 is a mix of old and new revolver styles.  The internal mechanism should be very familiar to American shooters but the operation will seem a bit odd.  To load the gun pull back on the lever on the right side of the frame behind the cylinder; yes the one that looks exactly like a loading gate.  This, surprisingly, will release the swing-out cylinder which opens out of the right side of the revolver.  This is a left-handed shooters dream.  Insert your ammo, close the cylinder and you’re ready to fire.  The revolver may be used in single or double action.  Once done the spent casings are ejected using a single ejecting rod set in the center of the cylinder.  Ultimately the mle. 1892 is a revolver that pushed home some wonderful ideas and really could have been one of the great military side arms of history if not for a few oversights.  The revolver is light, rugged, and shows a clear departure from the earlier European designs.  Its action is simple and effective and disassembly and maintenance are a piece of cake given its swing-open frame.  This 1921 vintage Model 1892 is the nicest one we have had, retaining 95% of its original finishes, with near excellent grips (has a few very minor handling marks), and perfectly functioning action, which has a very tight lock-up and perfectly functioning swing out cylinder and side-plate.   All screw-heads are un-molested and the lanyard moves freely.  If your looking for one of these interesting French revolvers, you will want to buy this one. 

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                    Winchester Model 92 Rifle, 2nd Year Production, Cal. 44/40                                        PRICE:  $1,400
2nd year production Winchester Model 92 Rifle.  This is a standard 92 Rifle with the optional 24 inch full octagon barrel.  It has been well used, having lost most of its blue finish, which has turned mostly a grey/brown patina.  The bore is shootable, with visible rifling, but it is a little rough.  The action functions well with a tight lock-up.  The forearm and stock have been sanded and refinished and the stock has a crack repair at the wrist.  Finding a 92 in 44/40 is becoming hard to do.

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AMF ID:  BP17-189

                    Weatherby Athena Trap, 2 Barrel Set, 12 Gauge                                                            PRICE:      SALE PENDING
Weatherby Athena Shotgun fitted with 32 inch O/U ventilated barrels with screw-in choke tubes and an extra 34 inch ventilated oversingle barrel with a screw-in choke tube.  The gun is also fitted with a 1 1/8 inch Weatherby recoil pad (soft with no cracks), nicely figured checkered walnut stock and forearm, engraved satin nickel receiver, trigger-guard and sideplates, gold single select trigger, ejectors, and high polish blue finished barrels.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finishes.  It retains 100% of its original satin nickel finishes.  The stock and forearm retain all of their original finishes, with assorted very minor handling marks.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  A very nice combo.

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AMF ID:  CM17-909

                    Colt "King Cobra", Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                             PRICE:  $1,550
Clean Colt "King Cobra" fitted with a 4 inch barrel, checkered rubber finger-groove grips with gold Colt medallions, red-ramp front sight, white out-line adjustable rear sight, constructed of stainless steel, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  Gun is in excellent condition, appears to having been test fired only.  Comes with a Colt box (no label), sorry, no paper-work.

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AMF ID: M17-880

                    Un-known Maker Single Shot Pistol, Cal. .22 Short                                                         PRICE:  $350
Unique .22 Single Shot Pistol.  The maker of this gun is un-known, but whoever it was did a nice job building it.  It is fitted with a 10 3/8 inch barrel, with an ejector, checkered target style grips with a thumbrest and what appears to be ebony base/cap, both front and rear sights are dove-tailed into the barrel (unfortunately the rear sight is not adjustable for elevation), and it is chambered in .22 Short.  The gun breaks open by pulling the trigger guard forward, at which time the ejector operates and ejects the spent cartridge. The grips are in very good condition with the exception of a chip on the left grip panel.   The bore is shootable, with sharp rifling, but has some corrosion in the grooves.  The action works well and it has a tight lock-up.  One issue:  The hammer spring is broken so it cannot be shot.  A great addition for that single shot pistol collector.

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AMF ID:  CBP16-289

                    Browning "Buck Mark" Pistol, Cal. .22 LR                                                                      PRICE:  $395
This Browning "Buck Mark" is fitted with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, black laminate ultragrips, Truglo front sight, adjustable rear sight, and chambered in .22 LR.  The pistol appears to having been fired very little and is in excellent condition, with only some very minor handling marks.  The grips are in "as new" condition.  The bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, (1) 10-roung magazine, and all paper-work.  

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AMF ID:  M17-818


                    Taurus "Raging Bull", Stainless Steel, Cal. .44 Magnum                                                PRICE:  $550
Fired very little Taurus "Raging Bull" chambered in .44 Magnum.  The gun is fitted with a 8 3/8 inch ported  barrel, smooth target trigger, one-piece rubber target grips, adjustable rear sight, and is constructed of stainless steel.  The 6-shot revolver is in excellent condition, with only some very minor handling marks.  Comes with its original box, sorry, no paper-work.  Nice inexpensive .44 Magnum.

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AMF ID:  CM17-938


                    Walther AC44 P-38, WWII Pistol, Cal. 9mm                                                                    PRICE:  $895
This Walther AC44 P-38 is all numbers matching, has the correct waffenamp stamped magazine, and this particular has the correct numbered to the gun Czech manufactured barrel, also stamped with the correct inspection waffenamp.  It retains 90% of its original finish, with most of the loss on the front-strap and back-strap.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action and de-cock feature function perfectly.  The grips are in very good condition, with some handling marks and a small chip on the left grip panel under the back-strap.  Nice pistol.

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AMF ID:   CM17-918



                   Russian Tokarev SVT 40 Rifle, Finnish Captured, SA Stamped, Cal. 7.62x54 R                                                           PRICE:                                  SOLD
Non Import/bring-back Russian Tokarev SVT 40 Rifle, which had been captured by the Finnish military during WWII.   It is "SA" (Finnish Military Property Stamp) stamped and is in fine condition retaining much of its original finishes.  The 10-round magazine is also "SA" stamped.   It is non-matching numbered, which is common with these Finn captured rifles.   The bore is very good, with sharp rifling, but some light corrosion in the grooves.  The action functions smoothly.  This was Russia's Garand during WWII.

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AMF ID:   M17-886


                    Colt Diamondback, 2 1/2 Inch Barrel, Cal. .38 Special                                                    PRICE:  $2,995
Good looking blue finished Colt Diamondback, fitted with a 2 1/2 inch barrel and chambered in .38 Special.  The 99% condition gun has been fired, but very little from its appeance.  The only wear is a slight drag line on the cylinder and some areas of thinning on the sharp edges of the frame, muzzle of the barrel and cylinder, possibly from holstering.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly and has a tight lock-up.  Comes with a repro box and some paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM17-899


                    Heritage Rough Rider, Cal. .22 LR & Magnum                                                                PRICE:  $ 195
Heritage Rough Rider Single Action 6-shot revolver in excellent condition.  The gun retains 98%+ of its original blue finishes, with most loss on top of the frame, probably from rubbing inside its box.  Comes with 2 cylinders, a .22LR and .22 Magnum.  Also comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, and all paper-work.  Great little plinking gun.

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AMF ID:   CM16-645



                    Colt Detective Special, Pre-War (First Issue) Square Butt Frame Manufactured in 1932, Cal. .38 Special              PRICE:                                  SOLD
The Colt Detective Special Pre-War (First Issue) was made from 1927 to 1946.  The 6-shot revolvers were fitted with a 2 inch barrel, checkered wood grips, blue or nickel finished, and chambered in .38 Special.  This 1932 vintage Detective Special is as described, is blue finished, and it is built on the square butt frame, which was standard until 1932, the round butt frame was standard from 1933 to end of production.  It is in very fine original condition, retaining 96-97% of its original blue finish, with thinning at the muzzle, forward sharp edges of the cylinder and some of the sharp edges on the frame, due to holster wear.  The checkered wood grips with silver Colt medallions retain most all of their original finish, fit well and look good , but there are some handling marks and a chip on the right grip..  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, the action functions perfectly, and it has a very tight lock-up.  Includes factory letter stating gun was shipped to Richards & Conover Hardware Co. located in Kansas City, Missouri on February 2, 1933.  A very nice example of its type, probably one of the last square butt frame pre-war Colt Detective Special's manufactured.

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AMF ID:   M17-810



                    Colt Diamondback, Cal. .22 LR                                                                                          PRICE:  $2,550
Like new/appears unfired Colt Diamondback chambered in .22 LR.  It is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, factory checkered Walnut grips with gold "Rampant Colt" medallions, and is blue finished.  This is a 99%+ condition gun, with only a very slight drag line on the cylinder and a couple of small handling marks on the grips.  Comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, hang tag, and all paper-work.  Pretty gun.

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AMF ID:    CM17-902

                    Colt "Cobra", Cal. .38 Special                                                                                            PRICE:  $1,250
Very nice, lightly used, Colt "Cobra" fitted with a 2 inch barrel, checkered Walnut grips, complete nickel finished, and chambered in .38 Special.  The 5-shot revolver retains all of its original nickel finish, with only some minor handling marks and some areas of clouding of the nickel finish.  The grips retain all of their original finish, with only some minor handly dings and dents, they fit well and have no chips or cracks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly and has a very tight lock-up.  Comes with its original box and all paper-work.  

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AMF ID:   M17-881

                    Model 1933 Boker Nazi SS Dagger with Scabbard                                                           PRICE:  $3,500
33 Pattern Boker Nazi SS Dagger with the original scabbard.  This is an early piece with nickel steel fittings and an anodized black scabbard.  Maker marked by the Boker firm.  This dagger was issued to an SS member in the 1st district as seen stamped into the crossguard.  This is a nice original piece in good overall condition and by a well known maker.

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                    Colt "Frontier Six Shooter" Single Action, Cal. 44-40, Black Powder Frame 1st Gen.                                                PRICE:                                  SOLD
According to the Colt Factory Letter that accompanies the gun this "Frontier Six Shooter" was shipped in March of 1893 to Chicago, IL.  It has a 4 3/4 inch barrel and is chambered in 44-40.  This was the popular "Cowboy" combination because it was easy to carry and draw and it could be paired with a Winchester rifle or carbine in the same caliber.  It certainly was used, and has the normal amount of wear associated with a 124 year old working gun.  It is an antique (pre 1898) and can in most cases be shipped directly to the new owner.  The Colt Single Action Army is the most collected American firearm, and this example is in one of the most sought after configurations.  What's with the 3 notches in the right grips, if it could only talk.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-179

                    Winchester Model 52B Sporter, Cal. .22 LR                                                                     PRICE:                       SOLD
We believe that the Model 52 Sporter is one of the finest and most accurate of all Winchester rifles.  Many rifle competions have been won over the years with one form or another of the venerable 52.  This one was manufactured in 1955, and at that time a rimfire shooter could not purchase a better .22 Sporter (or a more expensive one).  This rifle is in excellent  original condition and has never had any holes drilled for scope mounts or any other sight modifications.  The blue is 98% and the bore is mint.  It even comes with the original factory sling swivels.  The Winchester Repeating Arms Co. was America's finest rifle manufacturer, and this was their flagship .22 rifle.

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                    Engraved Colt 2nd Model Dragoon, .44 Caliber                                                              PRICE:                        SOLD
Manufactured in Hartford in 1851 and sent to London for the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, this is a very desirable and interesting Colt.  Serial numbered 159, it is one of the very few 2nd Model configurations (and could be the only one) that were sent, as most other surviving examples are 3rd Models  (See Sutherland and Wilson's book, "The Book of Colt Firearms (1971), page 98, serial numbers 135 and 136).  As evidenced by the English scrolls, this gun was most likely engraved in England, displayed at the Crystal Palace, and after was one of the fifty highly finished revolvers of assorted sizes that were presented to "various distinguished gentlemen in England".  It remains today in excellent used condition, with all original and matching parts.  It retains about 40% silver on the trigger-guard and back-strap and patches of original varnish on it's burl Walnut grips.  This is a very attractive and rare Colt Dragoon, how often do you come across a Crystal Palace Colt..

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AMF ID:   CBP17-182

               Colt Single Action, 2nd Generation, 1970 Production, Cal. 45 LC                                PRICE:  $2,250
1970 production Colt Single Action Army fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, checkered Colt "Standing Eagle" black plastic grips, is blue/color case-hardened finished, and chambered in 45 Long Colt.  It is in very fine condition, retaining 98% blue on the cylinder, barrel, and ejector rod housing, with most of the thinning and light sctratches due to handling.  The grip strap and trigger guard retain 97% of their original finishes, with some very minor spotting on the trigger guard and spotting on the back-strap.  The frame retains 99% of its original attractive color case-hardened finish.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  A really nice collector/shooter grade 2nd Gen. Colt Single Action Army.

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AMF ID:   CM17-860

                    Colt Police Positive (First Isuue), Cal. .38 S&W                                                               PRICE:  $850
Just received this very clean Colt Police Positive (First Issue) chambered in .38 S&W.  This 1918 vintage 6-round revolver is fitted with a 4 inch barrel, checkered hard rubber grips, and is blue finished.  It is in excellent condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish, nice clean hammer and trigger, and un-molested screw-heads.  The grips, which number to the gun, are in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, but is not quite perfect.  The action functions perfectly and has a tight lock-up.   Includes Colt Factory Letter indicating gun originally shipped to Penn Railroad Company located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1, 1922, then returned to Colt and shipped to W.S Brown located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 19, 1923.   A very nice Colt, especially considering it was built in 1918.

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                    Browning "Medallion", Cal. 7mm Magnum                                                                     PRICE:  $2,495
Nice, 1974 vintage, Belgium made Browning "Medallion" Grade Bolt Action Rifle chambered in 7mm Magnum.  It is fitted with a 24 inch stepped barrel, inlayed Rosewood grip cap and forend tip, factory skip line checkering, beautiful select grade Walnut stock, Monte Carlo cheek piece, factory 1 inch recoil pad, and engraved receiver, barrel, trigger guard, and floor-plate.  Gun retains all of its orignal finishes, it has been used, and has assorted handling marks.  Bore is bright and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with attached Redfield scope mount and rings.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM17-511


                    Colt "Open Top", Cal. .22 RF                                                                                            PRICE:  $2,150
Excellent original Colt "Open Top" 7-shot revolver in standard configuration.  This 1875 vintage "Open Top" is fitted with a 2 3/8 inch barrel, smooth varnished Walnut grips, blue finished barrel, cylinder and small parts, and silver plated brass frame.  The barrel and cylinder retain 85% of their original blue, mostly thinning overall, and the frame retains 20% of its original silver plate.  The grips retain most of their original finish, fit well, and have no chips or cracks.  The bore is rough, has visible rifling and is in shootable condition.  The action functions well, with great timing and excellent lock-up.   Very nice example of its type.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-164

                    Smith & Wesson Model No. 1 Second Issue Tip-Up, Cal. .22 RF                                     PRICE:  $1,650
The S&W Model No. 1 Second Issue Tip-Up revolvers were made from 1860 to 1868, with approximately 114,900 manufactured.  The 7-shot revolvers were fitted with a 3 3/16 inch octagon barrel, spur trigger, silver plated brass flat sided frame with irregular-shaped sideplate, blue finished barrel & cylinder, square butt Rosewood grips, and chambered in .22 Rim Fire.  This No. 1 is as described and is in fine condition.  The frame retains 85% of its original silver-plate.  The barrel retains 80% of its blue finish and the cylinder retains 20% of its blue, the rest turning a grey patina.  The Rosewood grips fit well and retain 85% of their original finish.  The serial number 87516 is stamped on the inside of one of the grip panels and the butt is stamped 8751, the last number missing due to damage from handling.  The bore is shootable, with visible rifling, but is rough.  

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AMF ID:  CBP17-159


                    Factory Engraved Colt Open Top, Cal. .22 RF                                                                 PRICE:  $2,750
Here is a nice looking and rare Colt Open Top.  It is factory engraved, fitted with Ivory grips at the factory, nickel plated and chambered in .22 RF.  It retains 80-85% of its original nickel finish, with most loss down the middle of the cylinder, due to flaking.  The attractive and nicely aged Ivory grips both have the serial number of the gun penciled on them, fit well, and are in fine condition.  Includes factory letter which shows it was shipped to John P. Moores Sons in New York, New York on October 26, 1875.  Nice little gun.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-162

                     Hitler Youth Armband, WWII Germany                                                                         PRICE:  $175
A WWII original Hitler Youth armband worn by Hitler Youth organization members.  The Hitler Youth were a Nazi version of the modern Boyscouts.  They learned outdoor skills, civic duty, marksmanship, and other things the Nazi's thought were beneficial to young men.  The Nazi's also started indoctrinating them with National Socialist ideals and preparing them for armed conflict.  This example is multi-piece construction and in good condition, except for some light soiling.

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 AMF ID:  CBP17-167

                    Nazi Party Armband, German WWII                                                                                PRICE:  $150
Here is a nice original, and clean Nazi Party members armband.  This is a one piece variation with the printed swastika, likely a mid to late WWII piece.  All Nazi Party members were expected to wear one of these at official functions.

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 AMF ID:  CBP17-168

                    Colt Open Top, Nimschke Engraved, Pearl Grips, Cal. .22 RF                                       PRICE:                       SOLD
A very early, 1872 production .22 "high hammer" engraved Colt Open Top revolver, attributed to L.D. Nimschke, originally one of Colt's most famous Master Engravers.  Serial numbered in the 3xxx range, this model was Colt's first metallic cartridge revolver made with entirely newly designed and manufactured parts.  Because of the Rollen White patent on bored through cylinders, owned by Smith & Wesson, Colt was prohibited from marketing this new technology any earlier.  Nimschke's work is characterized by his deep, floral intertwined scrolls, accented by his diagonal hash marks or chevrons, and his punch dot background.  While little original finish remains on this gun, all of the engraving is very distinct and the original pearl grips are excellent.  Beautiful little Colt revolver.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-161

                    Winchester Model 1886 Rifle, Cal. .40-82 W.C.F.                                                             PRICE:  $2,550
Just received this Winchester Model 1886 Rifle chambered in the .40-82 W.C.F. black powder cartridge.  It is fitted with a 26 inch full octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, steel crescent butt-plate, blue finished barrel and magazine tube, and color case-hardened receiver, hammer, lever and butt-plate.  The barrel and forearm retain 30% of their orignal blue fiinsh and the receiver retains very little traces of its original finish, having turned mostly silver.  The hammer and trigger retain traces of their original color case-hardened finish and the butt-plate has lost all of its original finish, turning a silver/grey splotchy patina.  The bore is shootable, but is rough with visible rifling.  The action functions well and the lever locks into the closed position.  The stock and forearm retain most of their refinish, with assorted handling marks, and a few minor chips.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-107

                    Colt Single Action Army, Cal. .45 LC                                                                                PRICE:  $4,500
Manufactured in 1887, this gun is a typical example of those carried by a "dude" in the old west, a gambler, a gunslinger, or a wealthy rancher, who wanted to stand out in the crowd.  Nickel plated and Ivory gripped, this was not the gun normally carried by a ranch hand.  It is in excellent original condition, with about 50% of the nickel finish remaining and beautiful one piece Ivory grips.  The action is good and the bore is fair with sharp rifling.  All in all, this is a very attractive piece.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-107

                    Smith & Wesson Model 27, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                 PRICE:                       SOLD
Beautiful "S" serial number S&W Model 27-2 fitted with a 8 3/8 inch barrel, diamond checkered target grips, and is chambered in .357 Magnum.  This 1968 vintage gun has had an action job and tuning work done in 2002 (see picture of receipt) costing $345.  Retains 99% of its blue finish, with a drag line on the cylinder, polished trigger, and the side plate screws being slightly molested.  The grips look like new, with only a couple of very minor handling marks.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly.  Nice looking S&W Model 27, would make a great collectible or shooter.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM17-837

                    Colt "New Line" 2nd Model, Cal. .30 RF                                                                          PRICE:                        SOLD
The Colt "New Line" 2nd Model was made from 1876 to 1884.  The 5-shot revolvers were fitted with either a 1 3/4, 2 1/4 or 4 inch barrel, long cylinder flutes with cylinder stop slots cut into the back of the cylinder, may or may not have a loading gate, spur trigger, full nickel or blue/case hardened finished, and were chambered in either .22, .30, .32, .38, or .41 RF or CF.  This gun is as described, and is fitted with a 2 1/4 inch barrel, no loading gate, originally blue/case hardened finished, and is chambered in .30 RF.  It is in good condition, retaining non of its original finishes, and has turned a silver/grey patina.  The bore has visible rifling, is shootable, and the action fuctions as it should, but the cylinder lock-up is somewhat loose.  The nice looking grips retain 30% of their original finish, fit very well, and have no chips or cracks.  Antique firearm, FFL not required.  Decent example of its type.

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AMF ID:  BP16-101

                   Brevette "Baby Dragoon", .31 Caliber Percussion                                                           PRICE:  $8,500
Rare Brevette "Baby Dragoon" fitted with a 8 7/8 inch octagon barrel without a loading lever, square-back trigger guard, two-piece wood grips, unique non-fluted 6-shot cylinder, and is .31 caliber percussion.  It is in very good condition, having lost all of its original finishes on the barrel and cylinder and has turned an even silver/grey patina. The trigger guard, back-strap and cylinder retain most of their original; silver plate finish.  A very well made copy of the Colt 1848.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-127

             Factory Engraved Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon Type II, .31 Caliber                                   PRICE:  $14,500
The Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon Type II was a scaled down version of the .44 caliber Dragoons and were fitted with either a 3, 4, 5 or 6 inch octagon barrel without a loading lever, square-back trigger guard, had a Texas Ranger and Indian scene roll engraved on the 5-shot cylinder, and were made from 1847 to 1849 in the serial range 151 to 11,600.  This 1849 vintage Baby Dragoon is as described and is fitted with a 6 inch barrel and is factory engraved.  Numbered in the 8000 serial range, this 6 inch factory engraved gun is done in the early vine scroll style.  It is one of the first to show factory marks for engraved guns.  Notice the punch dots in front of the serial number on the barrel and frame.  Most of these early engraved Baby's had coverage on the frame, but none on the barrel and backstrap.  This one has both, and might even be considered an early example of the Exhibition style.  Notice the hammer, the end of the barrel and the bottom of the trigger guard and butt.  All numbers match, the cylinder retains a light Dragoon and Indian fighting scene, and the brass guard and backstrap show 60-70% of the original silver plate.  This is a very nice example of its type.

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AMF ID:   CBP17-129

                    Inland M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine, Cal. .30 Carbine                                                     PRICE:                        SOLD
Just received this nice looking Inland M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine.  Gun went to the Augusta Arsenal at one time and it is fitted with a Inland/General Motors barrel.  The fold over stock operates well and locks up tight.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action fuctions perfectly.  Comes with a MRT, 9-51 dated sling.  Very clean Carbine, would make a great shooter or collectable.

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