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                    Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action, Ivory Grips, Cal. .44/40                                           PRICE:  $2,395
Colt Sheriff's Model fitted with a 3 inch barrel (without ejector rod/housin), fatory Ivory grips with silve Colt medallions, is nickel finished, and chambered in .44/40.  This 1989 vintage Single Action Colt is in new/unfired condition, and except for a slight drag line on the cylinder has little in the way of handling marks.  Comes with its original box and paper-work. 

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AMF ID:   M20-717

                    Weatherby  Mark V, Cal. .257 Weatherby Magnum, Paso Robles, Ca                           PRICE:  $1,550
Paso Robles California Weatherby Mark V fitted with a 26 inch barrel and a checkered walnut stock with pistol grip, which is than fitted with a Rosewood forend tip and pistol grip cap, sling swivel studs,  and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad.  The rifle is blue finished and chambered in the high performance .257 Weatherby Magnum cartridge.  The rifle is in very fine original condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish, with most loss due to surface scratches on the floor-plate.  The stock retains all of its original high gloss finish, with assorted minor handling marks.  The bore is bright and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Weatherby Mark V.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   M20-718

                    Winchester Model 12 Skeet,  28 Gauge, 1937 Vintage                                                      PRICE:  $3,495
Winchester Model 12 fitted with a 26 inch barrel with Simmons Vent Rib (including length of the Cutts Compensator), checkered walnut forearm and custom checkered walnut pistol grip stock with 1 1/2 White Line recoil pad, blue finihsed, and chambered in .28 Gauge (barrel stamped 28 GA. SKEET).  This, numbers matching, 1937 vintage Model 12 is in very fine condition, with the barrel retaining 98% blue, the magazine tube about 90% blue, and the receiver about 80% blue.  The bore is bright and the action is somewhat tight and functions perfectly.  The stock, as noted, has been replaced with a custom and has a 13 7/8 inch length of pull and a 2 3/16 inch drop.  One of the rarest of Model 12's manufactured.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester Model 12.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-624

                    Cased Pair of Philadelphia Style Derringers, Flintlock, Cal. .50                                    PRICE:  $1,995
Cased pair of Philadelphia style flintlock Derringers fitted with 3 1/8 inch octagon barrels, ramrods, checkered walnut grips/stocks, flintlock actions, and are .50 caliber smooth bore.  The barrels are Belgium proofed and have a slight hour glass design, neither the barrels, nor the locks are stamped with a makers name.  The pistols are in fine conditon, with all metal surfaces having turned a silver/brown patina.  The action works fine on one of the guns, the other appears to have a broken hammer spring.  Bores are shootable and flash-holes are clean.  The pistols come in an attractive wood presentation case, with key (lock does not work).  The case is in fine condition, with assorted minor handling marks.  A very attractive cased set of small flintlock pistols, I have never seen a set like this.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Cased set of derringers.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CBP20-88

                    Winchester Model 63, Recent Production, Cal. .22 LR                                                    PRICE:  $695
These Winchester Model 63 "Recent Production" rifles were an exact copy of the original, made from 1997 to 1998 in the country of Japan.  The semi automatic rifles were fitted with a 23 inch barrel, open sights, grooved receivers, walnut forearm and pistol grip stock fitted with steel butt-plate, and were chambered in .22 LR.  This Model 63 has been shot, but is in excellent/near new condition, with only a few very minor handling marks on the wood.  The bore looks like new and the action functions the same.  Includes its original box instructions manual.  Good looking .22 rifle.

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              Henry .44 Rim Fire Rifle,  1862 Vintage                                                                            PRICE:  $19,500
Developed from the earlier Volcanic, the Henry rifle was designed and developed around the new .44 rimfire cartridge by B. Tyler Henry.  It was the first metallic cartridge repeating rifle, and is considered by many to be the first Winchester rifle.  This example, serial number 5210, was manufactured around 1862, early in the Civil War, and as many did, could have well seen service, although it was not a US government purchase.  It is in very good, original condition, and appears to be untouched, except for normal use.  The bore is excellent and it has an original four piece metallic cleaning rod and sling swivels.  It also has a period tang sight which is fully functional.  The brass has not been polished.  This really is a good, honest Henry rifle.

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AMF ID:   CBP20-22

                    Taurus Thunderbolt, C45, Slide Action Rifle, Cal. .45 LC                                               PRICE:  $495
Like new Taurus Thunderbolt (C45) slide action rifle fitted with a 26 inch round barrel, full length tube magazine, checkered walnut forearm and smooth straight grip stock with a cresent steel butt-plate, blue finished, and chambered in .45 Long Colt.  The gun has been fired, but very little from its appearance, which is near new.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM19-1213  

                    Marlin Model 1894 Rifle, Cal. .38/40                                                                                 PRICE:  $1,395
Marlin Model 1894 Rifle fitted with a 24 inch full octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, blade front sight, long style rear rifle sight adjustable for elevation, walnut forearm and straight grip stock fitted with a steel crescent butt-plate, blue/color case-hardened finshed, and chambered in .38 Winchester (.38/40).  The rifle is in very good condition, with the barrel retaining about 85% of its blue finish and the tube magazine about 75%, with the rest turning a brown patina.  The frame and butt-plate have lost all of their original finishes, having turned a brown/grey patina, and the lever and hammer retain traces of their original color case-hardened finishes.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, though there is some frostiness in the lands along side the grooves.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  The forearm appears to retain most all of its origina finish, with assorted minor handling marks.  The stock has been refinished and has a repair at the wrist.  Great shooter, would work fine in a Cowboy Action competition.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Marlin 1894 Rifle.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry or Brent 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:   CM20-634

                    Colt New Model Police, Cal. .38 RF                                                                                   PRICE:  $1,595
These Type II breech loading revolvers were converted from percussion 1862 Navy Model Pocket revolvers, and some were newly made.  Ths gun, serial number 47340, is one of approximately 2,400 that were converted to fire metallic cartridges.  With the expiration of the Rollin White patent in 1870, this was considered a promising new product and not just a way to use up old parts.  The majority were made with 4 1/2 inch barrrels and only about 25% with 5 1/2 inch barrels such as this one.  The serial range on these guns is from 23500 to 48000, and they were evenly divided between .38 CF and .38 RF, such as this one.  The Pocket Navy size frame and rebatted cylinder were fitted with the 1862 round Police style barrel which was considered more streamlined and modern.  This gun is in perfect working order and retainis about 75% of its original nickel finish.  All markings are clear and distinct, including the rolled cylinder engraving scene.  A very nice original example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt New Police.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry or Brent 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:   CBP20-95

                    Colt London Address 1862 Pocket Navy, Cal. .36 Percussion                                          PRICE:  $1,650
This Pocket Navy Colt with a London barrel address is one of very few shipped to England in 1868.  Those that have been observed are all in the 37200 serial range and all have 5 1/2 inch barrels and iron guards and back-straps.  This gun is number 37214 and was probably one of no more than 10 in a small special order.  All other known English proofed Pocket Navys have a Hartford address and are in the 13000 serial range, and were shipped in 1862 thru 1864.  This gun has an even brown patina, all matching numbers, and a very good stagecoach hold-up scene on the cylinder.  Small frame, .36 caliber Colts, were one of the least produced variations of percussion revolvers, and ones with London addresses are indeed rare.  It is in 100% original condition and comes with a "Gun Report" article.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1862 Pocket Navy.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry or Brent 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:   CBP20-94

                    Colt 1851 Navy, Rare 2nd Model, 1851 Manufacture, Cal. .36 Percussion                    PRICE:  $4,500
This 2nd Model square-back trigger guard Navy was made in 1851 and has a very unusual 6 1/2 inch barrel.  Very few 51 Navy Model Colts are known with anything other than a 7 1/2 inch barrel.  To quote from "The Book of Colt Firearms: special order lengths known include 6, 6 1/2, 10 and 12 inches.  Such variations are extremely rare".   Wilson recorded one 6 inch Model 1851 in the 11000 serial range, and a converted 1851 with a 6 1/2 inch barrel is also known in the 9000 serial range.  This gun, serial number 3503 may very well be the earliest known 6 1/2, and the only 2nd Model square-back.  It has all matching numbered parts, including the loading lever, and one piece ivory grips with two notches on the right side.  It has an over all natural grey patina finish and is mechanically good.  A very interesting gun which may be quite unique.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt 1851 Navy.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry or Brent 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:   CBP20-93

             Colt Single Action, Rare 7 1/2 Inch Artillery Model, Cal. .45 LC                                   PRICE:  $19,500
Numbered in the 7xxx serial range, this first contract Ainsworth inspected U.S. Cavalry Model was apparently re-worked at Springfield Armory in the late 1890's but retained its 7 1/2 inch barrel, unlike most others that had their barrels shortened to 5 1/2 inches.  According to Single Action Specialist, Dave Lanara, "that this number 7438 has all matching numbers strongly suggests a special request by an individual, probably an officer, who wanted to keep the longer 7 1/2 inch barrel".  And further, "the color observed on this Colt (frame) is consistent with that found on the Springfield Armory refurbished Colts starting in 1896".  This revolver is also unusual in that the left side of the frame does not have the typical two line patent dates, nor the final "U.S." stamping of the government inspector.  That the frame is missing these two markings is rare but not unheard of.  There are several known Cavalry and Artillery revolvers without these markings.  In, "A Study of the Single Action Army Revolver", thirty year anniversary edition, page 353, the authors mention that revolver 7387 has neither patent dates nor "U.S." markings, and this gun is only 51 numbers from 7438.  These errors are attributed to Colt's workmen.  This gun has all matching serial numbers, including the cylinder and barrel, and major parts are stamped with the tiny "A" of Principal Sub-Inspector Orville W. Ainsworth, and the left grips carries his partial cartouche.  The gun retains approximately 90% of it's reworked finish and the bore is excellent.  It is a beautifull example of a rare Artillery revolver.

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AMF ID:   CBP19-190
 
                    Colt 1851 Navy, .36 Cal. Percussion                                                                                   PRICE:                SOLD
Colt Model 1851 Navy fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, smooth one-piece walnut grips, blue/color case-hardened/silver plated  finished, and chambered .36 Cal. percussion.  This 1856 vintage 1851 Navy is in good condition, having lost all of its original finishes, and has turned a silver/grey patina.  The trigger guard and back-strap, which originally were silver plated, have lost all of their finishes, and show their original brass base metal.  The grips have been sanded, are somewhat undersized, and retain most all of their refinish.  The bore has visible rifling, is shootable, but there is light corrosion throughout.  The action fuctions when held facing the gun down, but the cylinder does not turn when faced up, most likely a missing or broken hand spring.  The gun is all numbers matching (frame to cylinder, trigger guard, back-strap, loading lever, and barrel.  A decent example, make a great shadow box gun.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1851 Navy.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry or Brent 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:   CBP20-81
   
                    Colt Single Action Army, Texas 1913 Vintage, Cal. .45 LC                                             PRICE:          SOLD
1913 vintage Colt Single Action Army fitted with a two-line address 4 3/4 inch barrel, checkered "Rampant Colt" hard rubber grips, round trigger guard, blue/color case-hardened finished, and chambered in .45 Long Colt.  The gun is in beautiful condition, retaining 90-95% original blue on the barrel and ejector rod housing, 90% original blue on the cylinder and trigger guard, and 80% blue original blue finish on the back-strap.  The frame and hammer retain most all of their original color case hardened finishes, with only minor thinning on the loading gate.  The grips fit perfectly and are in excellent condition, showing minimal handling marks.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a lock-up so tight that it would put most Single Actions to shame.  It is all numbers matching (frame to trigger guard, back-strap, and grips).  If you are looking for a realy nice example of a 4 3/4 inch 1st Generation SAA, this is it.  Includes a factory letter verifying configuration and stating gun was shipped to Krakauer Zork & Moye Company, located in El Paso, Texas on March 6, 1913, and manufactured in January 21, 1913.  Also included is a research letter from the Western Historical Gallery stating that Krakauer Zork & Moye of  El Paso, Texas sold the Colt SAA to James Phipps on April 10th, 1913.  A good looking Colt SAA.

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AMF ID:   CM20-682

              Colt " 1871-1872 " Open Top, Cal. .42 Stetson                                                                 PRICE:  $16,995
Pictured on page 237 of Sutherland and Wilson's "The Book of Colt Firearms", this gun, serial # 179, is an excellent example of this model.  It retains some original blue finish, has no replacement parts, and is in perfect working condition.  Adding to its desirability, this gun is recorded by Colt as a ".42 Stetson" caliber instead of ".44 Rimfire", which is rare and only found in the very earlist production run.  This gun is also one of the approximately 425 made with the 1851 Navy size grips, the balance of the 7000 having the larger 1860 Army size grips.  And finally, it is one of the few 1872's stamped "COLTS PATENT" on thre frame, instead of with the patent dates.  Since these open-tops fired the same cartridge as the Henry and Winchester 1866 rifles, they were immediately very popular on the southwestern frontier and received hard usage, and therefore have a lower survival rate than normal.  The majority were finished in nickel plate, and it is rare to find a blue finished example with any original finish remaining.  It comes with a factory authentification letter dated July 16, 2004.  Nicre Colt.

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AMF ID:   CBP19-216

                    Presentation Cased Engraved DWM Luger Commercial, Cal. .30 Luger/7.65 mm Para.                                PRICE:  $5,995
Unique and beautiful DWM Commercial Luger, engraved and fitted in a attractive presentation case.  This late 1900 vintage pistol is fitted with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, grip safety, dished toggles, is blue finished with straw small parts, and chambered in .30 Luger.  What sets this Luger apart from any other is the oak leaf engraving (believed to be factory done) on the frame, trigger side-plate, and slide.  There is also a name engraved on the left side of the frame "HAL-SCHWINGER SUHLi.TH. GERMANY" along with a silver medallion inlayed in the left grip panel with the initials "HS" engraved into it.  The pistol is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish.  The parts that are straw finished retain 60-70% of their original finish.  The bore is in fine condition, with strong rifling, but there is a very minor coating of corrosion throughout.  The action is tight and functions perfectly.  Comes with (3) Luger wood base magazines, cleaning rod, take-down tool, and a period Naval officers belt buckle.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this DWM Luger.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-437

              Colt Lawman MK III, Nickel Finished, Cal. .357 Magnum                                             PRICE:              SOLD
Colt Lawman MK III fitted with 2 inch barrel, checkered walnut grips, is nickel finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  The gun is as new/unfired condition, appearing to having been factory test fired only.  It only has a slight drag line on the cylinder and shows no handling marks.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, all paper-work, and hang tag.  A tough looking Colt revolver.

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AMF ID:   CM20-372

                   Marlin Model  39, 1st Year Production 1922, Cal. .22 LR                                               PRICE:  $2,350
1st year production Marlin Model 39 fitted with a 24 inch full octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, walnut forearm and pistol grip stock, color case-hardened reciver, open sights, checkered hard rubbner butt-plate, and chambered in .22 LR.  This 1922 vintage rifle is in excellent original condition, retaining 90% color case-hardening on the receiver, with most loss on the upper tang, and the lever retaining 70% color case-hardening with the rest turning silver due to handling.  The barrel and tube magazine retain 90% original blue finish and the forend cap about 50%.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with only a few very minor handling marks.  The bore looks like new and the action functions the same.  A good looking Model 39, very seldom come accross a first year production.

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AMF ID:   CM20-373

                    Colt Single Action Army Artillery Model, Cal. .45 LC                                                    PRICE:  $3,500
One of approximately 17,500 reconditioned Colt SAA's that were reworked and refinished beween 1896 and 1903 as a response to the growning dissatisfaction with the stopping power of the newly adopted M1892 .38 LC double action revolvers.  The guns had their 7 1/2 inch barrels cut down to 5 1/2 inches and actions reworked and in some cases the guns were refinished, with no regard to serial numbered parts matching when reassembled.  This 1885 vintage, "U.S." stamped, Artillery Model Colt SAA is in very good condition, retaining little of its later refinish.  The grips have been sanded and are somewhat undersized, but the left grip still retains the "RAC" stamp on the bottom of it.  The bore is in fine condition, retains strong/sharp rifling, with little in the way of corrosion.  The action functions fine, but the cylinder fit is a bit loose.

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AMF ID:   CBP19-267

                    Colt Single Action Army, 1883 Vintage, Cal. .45 LC                                                        PRICE:  $3,750
All numbers matching, 1883 vintage, Colt Single Action Army fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, one-piece walnut grips, built on a black powder frame, and chambered in .45 Long Colt.  The gun has lost most all of its original finishes, is in very good condition, and has overall turned a silver grey patina.  The grips fit well, but have been sanded and are somewhat undersized.  The bore is shootable with strong rifling, though there is light corrosion throughout, and the action functions well.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt SAA.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, or Andy 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:   CBP19-266

                    Smith & Wesson Military & Police " Victory " Model, "U.S NAVY" Stamped, Cal. .38 Special                       PRICE:  $750
Smith & Wesson Military & Police "Victory" Model fitted with a 4 inch barrel, fixed sights, smooth wood service grips, lanyard, "V" prefix serial number, parkerized finish, "U.S. NAVY" stamped on the top strap of the frame, and chambered in .38 S&W Special.  The gun is in excellent original condition, retaining 70% of its original parkerized finish.  The grips fit well, retain most of their original finish, and show minimal wear/handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The gun is all numbers matching, except for the grips (also have a "V" prefix serial number).    Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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                    MetroArms 1911 A1 American Classic II, Cal. .45 ACP                                                  PRICE:  $350
MetroArms 1911 A1, Government Model, American Classic II fitted with a 5 inch barrel, Novak style 3 white-dot sights, extended safety lever, extended slide release lever, flat serrated main spring housing, skeleton hammer, adjustable trigger, double diamond checkered walnut grips, blue finished, and chambered in .45 ACP.  This 1911 pistol is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, the grips look like new, retaining all of their original finish.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a tight slide to frame fit.  Comes with its original, numbered to the gun box, (1) 8-round ACT-MAG magazine with pad, and all paper-work.  A very nice 1911, especially for $350.

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AMF ID:   CM19-1851

                    Colt 1911 World War I Series The Battle of Belleau Wood, Cal. .45 ACP                                                             PRICE:  $995
The Model 1911 Colt Commemorative, WWI Series The Battle of Belleau Wood, was made in 1968.  There were 7,500 made (serial number range: 1BW to 7500BW).  The 1911 pistols were standard Government Models with roll engraving on the slide and unique wood grips inlayed with medallions and a plague on the left grip. This Standard Model 1911 (serial number: 281BW) is in as new/unfired condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue finish, with a new condition bore and perfectly functioning action.  The left grip looks like new, the right has a minor ding below the lower screw, most likely done from the way it is mounted in its presentation case.  There is some light corrosion on the sides of the hammer.  Pistol comes with its original wood presentation case only, no paper-work or shipping box.  The presentation case is in very fine condition, with a some surface scuffs on the clear plastic top, and a few minor handling marks/staining on the wood.   Curio & Relic.

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AMF ID:   CM19-1681

                    STI International Nitro 10 1911, Cal. 10 mm                                                                    PRICE:  $1,350
Model STI Nitro 10 1911 Specifications:, Action: Single Action, Caliber: 10 mm, Finish: Matte Blue, Slide Style: Classic with Front & Rear Serrations, Slide Width: 0.910”, Frame: Forged 1911 Government, Barrel: Ramped Bull Barrel, Fully Supported, Full Length Guide Rod: Steel One Piece, Trigger: STI Flat, Trigger Pull: 4 lbs. 11 ozs., Safeties: High-Ride Beavertail Grip Safety with memory pad, Single-Sided Extended Thumb Safety, Grips: Slim Checkered Cocobolo Grip Panels, Sights: Competition Front, Fixed "Heinie" ‘Ledge’ Style Rear, Barrel Length: 5.01”.  This STI Nitro 10 has been shot, but very little from its appearance, which is excellent.  The slide to frame fit is very tight, the bore is as new, and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, (1) 8-round magazine, and all paper-work.  If you have ever wanted a 10 mm 1911, this would be the one to have.

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AMF ID:   CM20-445

              Colt 1911 World War I Series Meuse-Argonne, Cal. .45 ACP                                        PRICE:  $1,095
The Model 1911 Colt Commemorative, WWI Series Meuse-Argonne, was made in 1969.  There were 7,500 made (serial number range: 1MA to 7500MA).  The 1911 pistols were standard Government Models with roll engraving on the slide and unique wood grips inlayed with medallions and a plague on the left grip. This Standard Model 1911 (serial number: 281MA) is in as new/unfired condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue finish, with a new condition bore and perfectly functioning action.  The left grip looks like new, the right has some minor spot thinning of finish, most likely done from the way it is mounted in its presentation case.  Pistol comes with its original wood presentation case only, no paper-work or shipping box.  The presentation case is in very fine condition, with a some surface scuffs on the clear plastic top, and a few minor handling marks/staining on the wood.   Curio & Relic.

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AMF ID:   CM19-1682

                    High Standard Sport King-M, 107 Series, Cal. .22 LR                                                    PRICE:  $450
High Standard Sport King-M, 107 Series, fitted with a 4 1/2 inch barrel, fixed sights (rear can be moved in dovetail for windage), checkered wood grips with thumbrest on the left grip panel, external safety, hold open feature with slide release lever, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 LR.  This 1981 vintage Sport King is in very fine original condition, retaining 98% original blue finish with very minor speckling on the right side of the slide and barrel.  The grips fit well, retain all of their sharp checkering and finish.  The bore looks as new and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM20-81

                    Hi-Standard Model HB,  Second Model, Cal. .22 LR                                                       PRICE:  $495
The Hi-Standard Model HB, Second Model was made from 1948 to 1949, with an unknown number manufactured.  This Model HB Second Model is fitted with a 6 3/4 inch barrel, monogrammed checkered black hard rubber grips, fixed sights, external hammer, external safety (which the 1st Model did not have), (1) 10-round magazine, is blue finished, and chambered in .22 LR.  This Model HB pistol is in excellent original condition, retaining 90% blue, with most thinning on the front and back-strap, due to handling.  The left grip panel fits well, with mostly sharp checkering, the right grip panel has a crack extending through the lower grip screw.  The bore is excellent, is bright with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Curio & Relic.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Hi-Standard Model HB.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-82

                    Smith & Wesson Model 586 Distinguished Combat Magnum, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                PRICE:  $595
S&W Model 586 (no dash) fitted with a 4 inch barrel, checkered cocobolo target grips with S&W medallions, red-ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, is blue finished with color case-hardned finshed hammer and trigger, and is chambered in .357 magnum.  This double action 6-shot revolver is in very fine original condition, retaining 85-90% of its original blue finish, with most high edge thinning/loss due to holster use.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  The grips fit well and are in very good condition, with the right grip missing all of its finish below the checkering, again it would appear from being holstered.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model 586.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-28

                    Colt 1964 Montana Territorial Centennial Scout, Cal. .22LR                                         PRICE:  $695
In 1964 Colt manufactured 2,300 (serial numbered 0001MF to 2300MF) Frontier Scout's to celebrated the Montana Territory Centennial.  The single action revolvers were fitted with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, faux/plastic pearl grips with gold Colt medallions, were blue finished except for the gold plated hammer, trigger, grip strap/trigger guard, grip screw, ejector button, and cylinder pin, gold filled roll stamp "1964 - MONTANA TERRITORY CENTENNIAL - 1964" on the left side of the barrel, gold filled roll stamp "1889 - DIAMOND JUBILEE STATEHOOD - 1964" on the right side of the barrel, and chambered in .22 LR.  This gun  (serial number 1596MF) is unfired and in excellent original condition, would look like new except for a few handling marks/aging marks on the frame.  The bore looks as new and the action functions the same.  Comes with its original wood factory Colt presentation case, which is in fine condition, with assorted minor handling marks/dings/scratches.  One of the nicer looking Colt Frontier Scout Commemoratives.  Curio & Relic.

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AMF ID:   CM20-648

                    Springfield Armory 1911 - A1, Stainless, Cal. .45 ACP                                                   PRICE:  $695
Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 fitted with a 5 inch barrel, extended safey lever, extended ambidextrious safety lever, adjustable trigger, fixed "Novak" style rear sight, 3-white dot sight system, serrated flat main-spring housing, beaver tail grip safety with memory pad, double diamond checkered wood grips, constructed of stainless steel, and chambered in .45 ACP.  This 1911-A1 is in excelllent original condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  The bore looks as new and the action functions perfectly.  There are minor handling marks, mostly from disassembly and assembly.  Includes its original numbered to the gun box, (1) 7-round magazine, factory included plastic holster and magazine holder, and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM19-632

                    Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Army, Cal. .32 RF                                                              PRICE:  $1,095
The S&W Model No. 2 Army was made from 1861 to 1874, with 77,155 manufactured.  The 6-shot single action revolovers were fitted with either a 4, 5, 6, or 8 inch octagon barrel, spur trigger, rosewood grips, non-fluted cylinder, fixed sights, blue or nickel finished, and were chambered in .32 RF only.  This 1865 vintage No. 2 Army is as described, is fitted with a 6 inch barrel and is blue finished.  The gun is in excellent original condition, retaining 40% of its original finish, the rosewood grips fit well and are in excellent condition, retaining 90%+ of their poriginal finish.  The bore is shootable, with strong rifling, but there is light corrosion throughout.  The action works perfectly and most screw heads are unmolested except for the pivot screw.  Includes a Smith & Wesson letter stating gun was shipped as described, leaving the factory on September 21, 1865, and delivered to J.W. Storrs, located in New York City, NY.  Also comes with a, what appears to be a periodcorrect,  fitted wood case, which has had the liner replaced.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Model No. 2 Army.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-641

                    Colt Trooper MK III, 8 Inch Nickel, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                 PRICE:  $1,295
Seldom encountered Colt Trooper MK III fitted with a 8 inch barrel, white out-line adjustable rear sight, serrated ramped front sight with green plastic insert (work done by a previous owner or gunsmith), checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, is nickel finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  This 1980 vintage, 6-shot revolver, is in excellent original condition, retaining 100% original nickel finish, with assorted very minor handling marks, such as surface scratches/scuffs.  The bore looks as new and the action functions the same.  The grips fit well and and are in excellent condition, with minimal handling marks.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM20-640

                    Sheffield Powder Flask                                                                                                        PRICE:  $495
Manufactured by the Geoorge and J.W. Hawksley Company, of Sheffield, England, (c.1840-1889), dimensions of 9 1/4" x 5" x 1 7/8". Elaborate design on both faces. Copper and brass construction, with attractive patina.  Intact eyelets, collar screws, and the side seams have minor seperation issues.  Intact and fully functional spring activated dispensing nozzle.  Front of nozzle face is stamped with "Geo & JW Hawksley Sheffiedl".   A nice example.

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AMF ID:   CBP20-75

                    Remington Model 1100 LT-20-High Gloss, Sam Walton Special,  20 Gauge                                                         PRICE:  $875
New in the box Remington Model 1100 LT-20-High Gloss, Sam Walton Special (of Wal Mart Fame) semi auto shotgun.  The gun comes with a 23 inch vent rib barrel with screw in choke, checkered walnut forearm and English style stock with a factory 3/4 inch recoil pad, left side of frame has a unique roll engraving along with gold filled likeness of Sam Walton, a roll stamped, gold filled, Sam Walton signature on the right side of the frame, and is chambered in 20 Gauge 2 3/4 inch.  The gun is in as new condition, except for a few handling marks on the right side of the stock, just forward of the checkering. and a spot on the top of the rib at the rear.  The gun comes with its original box, magazine plug, (3) chokes tubes (full, imp cyl., & mod.) , choke tube tool, and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM20-606  

                    Sako AV, Cal. 30-06                                                                                                            PRICE:  $795
Sako AV fitted with a 20 inch barrel, fived ramped front sight with brass bead, Williams adjustable rear sight, checkered walnut stock with cheekrest, palm swell pistol grip, and 13/16 inch Sako recoil pad, steel hinged floor-plate, and is chambered in 30-06.  The bolt action rifle is in very fine condition, retaining 98% original blue.  The stock appears to have had an extra coat of vernish/laquer added and it is in very fine condition, with assorted very minor handling marks.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action fuctions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Sako rifle.   For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Harry, Andy, or Brent 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:   CM20-282      

                    Charles Clifton Custom Knife, Ivory Handles, with Leather Sheath                              PRICE:  $795
Excellent condition Charles Clifton Custom Knife with Ivory handles and Leather Sheath.  The knife is 13 1/8 inches in length with a 8 1/8 inch blade, which has never been sharped since leaving its maker.  The leather sheath is nicely tooled and is also in excellent condition.  The ivoy handle looks good, has nice grain, but there are many cracks, due to aging.  A very nice example of Mr. Clifton's knife making skills.

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AMF ID:   CBP20-

                     Pioneer Belt Axe with Saw, Bone Handle                                                                         PRICE:              SOLD
Pioneer belt axe with fold away saw blade and fitted with bone handles.  The item is in very fine original condition, is soldly built, and the saw blade retracts and stays solidly in place, folded into its handle or extended.  The bone grip panels fit very well and they have only one small hair line crack and no chips.  Definitely a unique piece, we have never seen another like it.

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AMF ID:   CBP20-61

                    Indian Leather & Bead Holster, Colt SAA                                                                        PRICE:  $475
Vintage Indian Leather and Bead Holster for what appears to be for a Colt SAA with either a 5 1/2 or 7 1/2 inch barrel.  The hand work required to construct it is nicely done and it is in excellent condition.  It weighs in at 12.6 ounces, has a substantial heft to it, making it feel like a quality piece.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this leather & bead holster.   For additional information and details about this holster, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy or Harry 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.

AMF ID:   CBP20-

                    Winchester Model 1876 Rifle, Cal. .45-75                                                                         PRICE:  $2,650
Winchester Model 1876 Rifle fitted with a 28 inch full octagon barrel, full length tube magazine, restocked with a cheek-rest stock with patch box and unigue steel butt-plate (work done by Harvey Leonard, well known California gunsmith in the later 19th Century), and is chambered in .45-75.  This 1878 vintage Model 1876 is in good condition, with all metal surfaces having changed to different shades of brown patina and much pitting on the receiver and side plates.  The open sights are in excellent condition with the rear being fully functional for elevation.  The bore is shootable, but is rough throughout.  The action functions well though the dust cover is a little loose.  Comes with a framed Cody Firearms Museum/Winchester Repeating Fire Arms letter stating gun was received in the warehouse in February 1, 1880 and shipped from the warehouse on April 19, 1880.  Makes for a great big bore lever action wall hanger.

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AMF ID:   CM20-340

                    Colt Frontier Six Shooter, Colt Custom Shop with Ivory Grips, Cal. 44-40                                                         PRICE:                                                   SOLD
Colt Custom Shop Frontier Six Shooter fitted with a 4 3/4 inch barrel, smooth factory 2-piece Ivory grips, built on the black powder frame with bulls eye ejector button, is nickel finished, and chambered in 44-40.  This 1985 vintage Custom Shop Single Action Colt has been shot but is in excellent condition, retaining all of its original nickel finish, with only a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The factory fitted grips fit well and are in very fine condition, with a number of very minor handling marks/surface scratches/dings.  The bore looks as new and the action functions perfectly, and has a tight lock-up.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM20-461

                    High Standard  Model GB, Cal. 22 LR                                                                              PRICE:   *SOLD*
The Hi-Standard Model G-B was made from 1949 to 1950, with approximately 4,900 manufactured.  The pistols were fitted with either a 4 1/2 or 6 3/4 inch barrel, fixed sights, monogrammed checkered brown plastic grips, (1) 10-round magazine, external safety lever, were blue finished, and chambered in .22 LR.  This G-B Model is as described and fitted with a 6 3/4 inch barrel.  The pistol is in excellent original condition, retaining 98%+ original blue finish and the grips fit well and are also in excellent condition, with sharp checkering and no cracks or chips.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box, sorry, no paper-work.  The box is in good condition, with tape repair and cracked corners, a decent representation.

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AMF ID:   CM20-104


                   Smith & Wesson Model 14 (K-38 Target Masterpiece), Cal. .38 Special                        PRICE:  $650
Smith & Wesson Model 14-3 fitted with a 6 inch barrel, earlier vintage diamond checkered S&W service grips with S&W medallions, patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, is blue finished and chambered in .38 Special.  The 6-shot double action revolver is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% of its original blue finish.  The grips fit a little small and are in excellent condition.  The bore looks as new and the action functions the same.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:   CM20-454

                   Smith & Wesson Model 25 125th Anniversary Commemorative, 1852 to 1977, Cal. .45 LC                                 PRICE:  $1,395
In 1977 Smith & Wesson celebrated their 125th Anniversary with the introduction of the Model 25-3 125th Anniversary Commemorative, of which 10,000 were manufactured.  The 6-shot double action revolvers were fitted with a 6 1/2 inch barrel, red-ramp front sight, white out-line adjustable rear sight, target hammer and trigger, smooth factory Cocobolo target grips with S&W medallions, were built on the large "N" frame, blue finished, chambered in .45 LC, and had unique "SMITH & WESSON 1852-1977 125 YEARS" shield roll stamped on the side plate and "SMITH & WESSON 125TH ANNIVERSARY" roll stamped on the right side of the barrel.  The guns came with a wood presentation case with "SMITH & WESSON 125th Anniversary Commemorative 1852 - 1977" stamped onto a inlayed brass plaque, nickel silver medallion, and a Roy G. Jinks "125 YEARS WITH SMITH & WESSON" book.  This Model 25-3 has been shot and is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% of its original blue finish, with a slight drag line on the cylinder, and a few minor handling marks.  The grips look almost like new, with only a few very minor handling dings.  The bore looks as new and the action is tight.  The book and medallion appear as new and the case is in very good condition, with assorted minor handling dings/scratches.  We have not seen one of these in years.

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