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                    Joseph Egg & Sons, London, O/U Double Barrel .50 Caliber Percussion Pistol                                           PRICE:  $8,750
One of England's more revered gunsmith's, Joseph Egg built beautiful and expensive guns for the well-to-do and royalty.  Joseph Egg was born in 1775, the son of Johann Jakob Egg, a gunmaker of Huningue in the Alsace. Most significantly, he was also the nephew of the renowned London gunmaker Durs Egg, the younger brother of Jakob. Joseph, however, worked in London entirely independent of his uncle, and is first recorded as a gunmaker working in Great Windmill St. in 1800, upon being granted a patent for bending steel under heat. In the following year he traded as ‘Egg &Walker, Gunmakers and Patent Spring Truss Makers’ at nearby 59 Frith Street, Soho. This was swiftly followed in the same year by the commencement of his very successful partnership with Henry Tatham, trading as ‘Tatham & Egg’ until 1814. Following the conclusion of the partnership Egg took up at No.1 Piccadilly (on the corner of Piccadilly and Haymarket), remaining there until 1834. He had many successful innovations, in addition to which is Egg’s waterproof ‘upside-down flintlock’, granted a patent in 1813.  Joseph Egg died in London in 1837, aged 62, and is buried at St. James’s, Piccadilly. He was succeeded by his son Augustus Leopold Egg who achieved fame as a painter of the Victorian era..  This particular Joseph Egg O/U pistol is fitted with 6 3/4 inch damascus with gold inlay smooth bore octagon barrels (stamped No.1 Piccadilly London on the bottom of the barrel), engraved double hammers with only a single trigger, engraved silver plated square-back trigger guard, elaborate engraved and silver plated grip cap, engraved side locks, engraved upper and lower tangs, engraved screws, nicely checkered walnut grips, and is .50 caliber percussion.  The gun is in excellent original condition, with beautiful damascus patterns on the barrels and all silver plated parts retainig 100% of their finishes.  The hammers retain just traces of their original color case-hardened finishes and the side-plates retain 40% of their color case hardened finishes.  The bores are excellent and the actions function perfectly.  A very rare English pistol.  Comes with a lockable (missing its key) Henry Egg Oak (?) presentation case with powder flask, bullet mold, primer tin, bullet rammer with brass fittings, and balls.  You will problay never see another like this for sale, ever.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Joseph Egg Double Pistol.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-259

                    Forehand & Wadsworth Center Hammer Bull Dog, Cal. .38 RF                                    PRICE:  $495
Forehand & Wadsworth Bull Dog fitted with a 2 9/16 inch octagon barrel, spur tigger, 5-shot fluted cylinder, walnut birdshead grips, is blue finished, and chambered in .38 Rim Fire.  The gun is ion excellent original condition, retaining 70% blue, with most loss on the cylinder, due to holster wear.  The numbered to t hte gun grips are in excellent condition, retaining most all of their original finish, with assorted very minor handling marks.  The bore is shootable with strong rifling, but there is spotting throughout.  The action functions but timing is off on a few of the cylinders, when cycled slowly.  A nice example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Forehand & Wadsworth Bull Dog.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-251

                    Colt 1851, Excellent 2nd Model London Navy, Cal. .36 Percussion                                PRICE:  $3,500
Manufactured in 1855-56, this London Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver has survived in excellent original condition.  It retains 90% of its color case hardening and about 50% factory blue finish.  All parts, except the barrel wedge, are numbered and matching.  The oil finished one piece walnut grips are excellent, and show only minor abrasions.  The naval battle scene on the cylinder is entirely visable, and all cylinder safety pins are intact and functional.  The action is crisp and tight and works as new.  As many of these late London marked Navy's were returned to the U.S. at the beginning of the Civil War, this gun could have well been used in the conflict.  If so, it was well cared for and remains in exceptional condition 175 years later.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this 1851 Colt Navy.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-263

                    New Haven Volcanic No. 1 3 1/2 Inch, Lever Action Pistol, Cal. .31 RF                        PRICE:  $9,500
The New Haven Volcanic No. 1 3 1/2 was made in the mid-late 1850's with approxiamtely 1,000 manufactured.  The guns were fitted with a 3 1/2 inch octagon barrel with integrated magazine tube, varnished walnut grips, lever action, built on a brass frame, some of which were gold or silver washed, some examples were engraved, and were chambered in .31 Rim Fire.  This Volcanic pistol is as described and was silver washed with factory engraving.  It is in excellent original condition, retaining 30-40% of its original silver wash and the barrel retains 50% original blue.  The grips fit well and are in excellent condition, retaining most all of their original varnish, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is excellent, is bright with sharp rifling.  The action appears to function perfectly, if there were cartidges I would no hesitate to shoot it.  Good looking and a very nice example of its type, especially with the factory engraving.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Volcanic No. 1.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-237

                    Eagle Arms Co. Front Loading Revolver, Late 1860's Vintage, Cal. .30 Cup Primed                                          PRICE:                                                  SOLD
Eagle Arms Co. front loading 6-shot revolver fitted with a 3 1/2 inch octagon barrel with solid rib, spur trigger, non-fluted cylinder with recessed chambers at the front, smooth Rosewood grips, silver plated frame, color case-hardened hammer and trigger, blue finished barrel, cylinder and all other small parts, and is chambered in a .30 caliber front rimmed/loaded cartidge with a cup primer.  This late 1860's vintage revolver is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% original silver finish, 60% blue on the barrel, and about 80% blue on the cylinder.  The grips both number to the gun and are in excellent condition, retaining most all of their original finish.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, with only a couple af areas of spotting.  The action functions as if were a couple of days old.  Comes with a vintage wood presentation case (is lockable but is missing its key), which is in fine condition, along with (2) cartridges.  A very interesting piece of history and a fantastic example of its type.  

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Eagle Arms Front Loading Revolver.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-256

                    Remington Smoot No.1 Revolver, Cal. .30 RF                                                                    PRICE:  $650
The Remington Smoot No.1 revolvers were made from 1875 to 1877.  This Smoot No.1 is fitted with a 5-shot 13/16 inch long cylinder, 2 13/16 octagon barrel, walnut grips, spur trigger, solid recoil shield, stepped down ejector rod, is nickel finished, and chambered in .30 Rim Fire.  This Smoot is in excellent original condition, retaining 98% original finish, with only a few areas of very mninor spotting.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, with only a few areas of spotting.  The action functions perfectly.  The grips are in excellent condition, fit well and number to the gun.  A very nice example of its type.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Remington Smoot.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-228

                   Smith & Wesson Model 642 Airweight, Cal. .38 Special +P                                             PRICE:  $500
S&W Model 642-2 Airweight fitted with a 1 7/8 inch barrel, rubber finger groove grips with S&W monograms, alloy frame, all other parts stainless steel, color case-hardened trigger, and is chambered .38 Special +P.  This 5-shot double action only revolver is in excellent condition with very minor handling marks, appearing to having been fired very little.  Comes with its original box and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM20-2030

                    Very Rare Utah Indian War Henry Rifle, Cal. .44 Centerfire                                         PRICE:     SOLD
Only rarely is an antique firearm discovered with family documented provenance to an actual participant in the Indian Wars of the American west.  This Henry is such a gun.  Born in Connecticut in 1832, Davis Clark migrated with his family and a small group of church members who followed the Prophet, Joseph Smith, to Ohio.  Then, in 1852 they crossed the Mississippi River on their journey to the Salt Lake Valley, in Utah territory.  According to his autobiography, after only a few days his company, led by counselors Jacob Bigler and Leonzo Johnson, were subjected to a cholera out break.  Fourteen people died, including Clark's mother, on July 5th, his 20th birthday.  After resuming  their travel along the Platte River, they were attacked by Indians after camping for the night.  "One morning, early, about twenty Indians slipped down a ravine between the stock and the camp, stampeded the herd and fired on the guards they ran into camp".  This was the first of several encounters along the North Platte River Trail, the one followed by earlier pioneers in 1847.  During the three month trip to Utah territory, Mr. Clark gradually became the company's primary hunter and provider of meat.  He states, "while passing through this country I killed 14 buffalo in all and a number of antelope and other game".  After arriving at Salt Lake on the 24th of September 1852, he purchased a few acres of land and began to farm, but was continually envolved in Indian conflicts.  In June 1855, he fought against the Utes, along with men from Provo and Spanich Fork.  He was one of the mounted "minute men", subject to be called at any time to protect the people and their livestock.  By the mid 1850's, he was freighting merchandise into the Salt Lake area, and after one trip, "sold Brigham Young $500 worth".  By the 1860's, he had a railroad contract  to bring supplies from Larena, 600 miles east, to Salt Lake City.  It must have been in this period that he obtained his Henry rifle.  "The Indians continued to be troublesome for several years.  We had a number of engagements at different times and places".  A man of considerable talents, Mr. Clark was apparently quite a hunter and guide.  To quote, "I have been very fond of hunting all my life, and have taken many parties on hunting excursions in the mountains.  I killed a great many deer and 27 bear in my life-many were grizzleys".  The gun itself is a rare find.  Numbered in the 7000 serial range, this 2nd Model Henry rifle has been modified to load at the rear of the magazine tube and the barrel has been shortened to eliminate the now unnecessary barrel shroud.  The barrel is now 19 inches in lenth, reducing the weight of the gun by approximately one pound.  The gun has also been converted from the .44 rimfire to .44 centerfire, possibly for the .44 S&W  centerfire cartridge.  The work was apparently performed by a very competent gunsmith, as the design and the execution are very professional.  The gun is in good mechanical condition, has a reasonably good bore and all original serial numbered parts, including the butt plate.  The histroical information comes from Mr. Clark's autobiography, as recopied by his granddaughter and his great grandson, David Clark, who states, "my name is David O. Clark, my goal is to tell about my grandfather, Davis Clark, with the hope of sharing a part of him with someone that appreciates Utah pioneer history".  Mr. Clark's biography contains much more detail relative to his encounters with native Americans and his experiences while crossing the great plains and on the Utah frontier in the mid 19th century.  Documentation with the gun includes signed and notarized statement by his great grandson, his granddaughter, pictures of himself and his family, his grave in Springville, Utah cementary, his death certificate and more.  The history associated with this man and his Henry rifle is truly remarkable.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Henry rifle.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-212


                    Smith & Wesson New Departure Safety Hammerless, Cal. .32 S&W                             PRICE:  $695
This S&W New Departure Safety Hammerless is fitted with a 3 1/2 inch barrel, checkered hard rubber grips with S&W monograms, is blue finished with color case-hardened trigger, and chambered in .32 S$W Short.  This 1908 vintage S&W Top Break, double action 5-shot revolver, is in excellent original condition, retaining 70% original blue, with most loss due to flaking and holster wear.  The bore is bright with sharp rifling, but there are some areas of spotting.  The action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up.  The grips fit well and are in very fine condition, showing minimal wear and no cracks or chips.  The gun is all numbers matching (frame to barrel, cylinder, top break latch, and grips).  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Includes a, possibly period correct, leather pocket holster.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this S&W Top-Break Revolver.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CM20-2013

                    Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring "Trapper" Carbine, 15 Inch Barrel, Cal. .30W.C.F.                                     PRICE:  $7,500
This 1926 vintage Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring "Trapper" is fitted with a 15 inch barrel, full length tube magazine, walnut stock and forearm, blade front sight, adjustable carbine ladder style rear sight, and is chambered in .30 W.C.F. (30-30).  Trappers with barrels 15 inches and shorter had unique features, such as a shorter forearm, 8 inches in length rather than 9 inches, forged front sight base to barrel with pinned blade, and the barrel stamping was located between the front sight and the barrel/foream band.  These guns are very rare and were never a Winchester cataloged item, were than discontinued in 1933.  Most were sent to Australia, South America, and the American southwest.  This 94 "Trapper" is in excellent original condition, retaining 70% original blue on the barrel and magazine tube.  The receiver has lost all of its original blue, most likely from flaking, and has turned a silver/brown/grey patina.  The lower grip tang retains 80% orignal blue, the lever and hammer, about 20%.  The steel butt-plate retains traces of original blue, with the rest having turned a silver/grey patina.  The bore is somewhat bright, with sharp rifling , but there is a very light coating of corrosion.  The action is crisp with a tight lock-up.  The stock and forearm look untouched and retain 90% of their original finish, with assorted handling marks, the worst being a scuff by the right side of the upper tang/behind the hammer. It appears this gun was handled much, but fired very little.  Comes with a Dept. of the Treasury letter determining this gun as a Curio and Relic.  Also included is a April 2016 "I have this old gun" article from the "American Rifleman" regarding the Winchester Model 94 "Trapper".  Sorry, no box or other paper-work.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester 94 "Trapper".  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CBP20-

                    Allen & Thurber (Worcester) 6-Barrel Pepperbox Revolver, Cal. .34 Percussion                                               PRICE:  $895
This 1847 to 1854 vintage Allen & Thurber (Worcester) 6-barrel Pepperbox Revolver is fitted with 3 1/2 inch fluted barrels, 2-piece wood grips, double action with a bar hammer, engraved receiver and nipple shield, blue finished, and chambered in .34 caliber percussion.  This Pepperbox is in very fine original condition, retaining just traces of blue in the flutes of the barrel and the rest of gun having turned an attractive grey/brown patina.  The grips fit well and appear to retain most all of their original finish.  The bores are clean and the action works, but is a bit loose.  A unique gun and a nice example of its type.

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AMF ID:    CBP20-216

                    Fine Remington .41 Deringer, Cal. .41 Rim Fire                                                              PRICE:  $825
A very nice Type II, #3 double barrel Remington Deringer.  Made in the late 19th Century, this is one of the world's most popular pocket pistols.  The guns were manufactured from 1867, just after the Civil War, until the mid 1930's, and some even saw service with the U.S. Army Air Core during WWII.  Although it fired the somewhat low powered .41 rimfire cartridge, it was nevertheless very popular with ladys, gamblers and business men who wanted a quality, concealable handgun.  This gun is in unusually fine condition, with most of its original blue finish remaining and only lightly worn gutta percha grips. The bore is shootable, with sharp rifling, but there is light spotting throughout the bore.   There is a very small, almost undetectable crack on the left barrel hinge, but all screw heads are good and the action is tight and crisp.  Overall, it is a very nice example of the world's most popular deringer pistol, especially in bright blue finish,.

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AMF ID:    CBP20-218

                    Replica Arms Inc. (Uberti) Model 1862 Police "Law and Order", Cal. .36 Percussion                                      PRICE:                                                  SOLD
Italian made Replica Arms Inc (made by Uberti) Model 1862 Police (copy of Colt 1862) "Law and Order" presentation set.  The 5-shot revolver is fitted with a 5 1/2 inch barrel, one-piece wood grips, 5-shot fluted cylinder, blue finished barrel, cylinder and screws, color case hardened finshed frame, hammer and loading lever, brass trigger guard and back-strap, and chambered .36 caliber percussion.  The gun is ionj like new condition, with only a few very minor handling marks and a slight drag line on the cylinder.  Comes with a book form presentation box with powder flask, bullet mold, capping tool and cap tin.  The box is in very good condition, with some tape repair on the hinge and cracks in the red finished plastic liner.  A nice looking and unique set.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1944

                    Varner Sporting Arms Favorite (Reproduction of Stevens Favorite), Cal. .22 LR                                               PRICE:                                SALE PENDING
Varner Sporting Arms Favorite fitted with a 21 1/2 inch half octagon/half round barrel, attractive checkered walnut stock and forearm, brass bead front sight, adjustable peep sight (also comes with a blade rear sight and scope mount), is blue finished, and chambered in .22 LR.  This single shot lever action rifle is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% original blue.  The stock and forearm retain 99%+ of their original finishes, with only a few very minor handling marks.  The bore looks like new and the action functions the same.   Comes with its original hard case and all paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1933


                    Ruger Super Redhawk, Cal. .480 Ruger                                                                            PRICE:      SOLD
Ruger Super Redhawk fitted with a 9 1/2 inch barrel, Ruger rubber grips with wood inserts, red-ramp front sight, white out-line adjustable rear sight ,non-fluted cylinder, target grey finished, and is chambered in .480 Ruger.  The 6-shot double action revolver is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% original gre finish, with only a few very minor handling marks.  The bore looks as new and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up on all 6 cylinders.  The grips look like new.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.  Sorry, no scope rings.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1513

                    Winchester Model 55, Single Shot Rifle, Cal. .22 LR                                                        PRICE:             SOLD
The Winchester Model 55 Single Shot Rifle was made from 1958 to 1961, with over 45,000 manufactured.  The rifles were fitted with a 22 inch barrel, walnut pistol grip stock with black plastic Winchester butt-plate, open sporting sights, top loading single shot action with bottom ejection, and were chambered in .22 LR.  This rifle is as described and is in very fine original condition, retaining 95% blue, with some minor corrosion spotting on the barrel, mostly toward the muzzle, and the top of the receiver.  The trigge guard retains 85% of its original blue finish, with loss on the sharp edges and some spotting.  The stock retains most all of its original finsih, with assorted minor handling marks.  The sight are sound, no bends or cracks.  The butt-plate has shrunk some, but is in very fine condition, with no cracks or chips.  The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Seldom see these unique single shot Winchester rifles.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM19-1610

                    Winchester Model 94 Lone Star Carbine Commemorative, Cal. 30-30                          PRICE:              SOLD
The Winchester Model 94 Lone Star Commemorative Carbine (20 inch barrel) and Rifle (26 inch barrel) were made in 1970, with 38,385 manufactured between the two.  This Winchester Lone Star Carbine is fitted with a 20 inch half round/half octagon barrel, full length tube magazine tube, receiver mounted saddle ring, walnut pistol grip stock with steel grip cap and cresent butt-plate, walnut forearm with brass forend cap, blue finshed barrel and magazine tube, gold finished receiver, lever, butt-plate, and magazine tube cap, a brass Lone Star Commemorative medallion inlayed into the stock, and chambered in 30-30.  The gun is in excellent condition, not sure it has been shot, but there are assorted minor handling marks on the stock, minor surface scratches on the receiver, and some gold finish worn of on the lever (near the attachment point).  The bore looks like new and the action functions the same.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  A good looking Winchester Commemorative, love that half round/half octagon barrel.

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AMF ID:    M20-1928

                    Smith & Wesson Model 617, K-22 Masterpiec Stainless, Cal. .22 LR                            PRICE:              SOLD
S&W Model 617-6 fitted with a 4 inch barrel, 10-shot fluted cylinder, patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, Hoque finger groove rubber grips with S&W monogram, smooth combat trigger, constructed of stainless steel, and chambered in .22 LR.  This gun has been fired, but very little from its appearance, which is excellent/like new.  Comes with its original box, paper-work, and action lock.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1709

                    Western Arms Model 1875 "Outlaw", Cal. .44-40                                                           PRICE:  $595
Italian made (Uberti) Western Arms Model 1875 "Outlaw" fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, 2-piece wood grips, is nickel finished, factory roll engraved, and chambered in .44-40 W.C.F.  This single action, 6 shot revolver, is in excellent original condition, appearing to having been fired very little, with a like new bore and perfectly functioning action, with a tight lock-up.  There are drag lines on the cylinder and a ding/gouge on the upper portion of the right grip.  Comes with its original numbered to the gun box and all paper-work.

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.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    M20-957

                    Winchester Model 92 Saddle Ring Carbine, Cal. .25-20 W.C.F.                                     PRICE:  $2,295
Unique Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine fitted with 20 inch barrel, full length tube magazine, walnut stock and forearm, saddle ring mounted to receiver, integral front sight, adjustable (elevation) semi buckhorn rear sight, blue finished, and chambered in .25-20 W.C.F. This 1905 vintage Saddle Ring Carbine was almost certainly sent back to Winchester in the late 1930's for a new barrel,, rear sight, magazine tube, and bolt assembly. The barrel is single proofed and has Pre-WW2 roll marks. The combination of earlier and later Pre-war features give this Winchester a very unique look. This Winchester is in very good condition, with the barrel, bolt and magazine tube retaining 98% blue. The receiver has lost most all of its finish having turned a silver/brown patina, most likely from flaking, which was common on Winchesters made during this period. The bore is excellent with bright sharp rifling, and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The stock and forearm are in fine condition, with minimal major handling marks.  

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Winchester Model 1892.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CM20-1895

                    F.LLI PIETTA Texas Paterson, Reproduction of Colt Paterson, Cal. .36 Percussion                                          PRICE:                                                  SOLD
F.LLI PIETTA Texas Paterson, reproduction of the famous Colt Paterson No. 5 Holster Model, originally made from 1838-1840.  This 5-shot .36 caliber percussion revoler is fitted with a 9 inch octagon barrel, one piece walnut grips, non-fluted cylinder with roll engraved stagecoach hold-up scene, and totally blue finished.  The gun appears not to having been shot, retains 99% of its original blue finish, but there are assorted very minor handling marks.  The grips fit well and are in like new condition.  The bore is as new and the action functions the same.  Gun comes in/with a custom made wood presentation case with an extra cylinder, cleaning rod, powder flask, bullet mold, capping tool, and bullet ramming tool.  Also included, its original numbered to the gun box with all paper-work.  Very attractive set.     FFL not required.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1949

                    Pedersoli Rolling Block Rifle, Cal. .45-70                                                                          PRICE:  $1,495
Italian made copy of the Remington Rolling Block Rifle, this Pedersoli Rolling Block Rifle is fitted with a 30 inch heavy octagon barrel, walnut stock and forearm, globe front sight, fixed rear sight, long range tang sight (adjustable for elevation only), brass butt-plate, trigger guard and barrle band, color case-hardened receiver, all other parts are blue finished, and chambered in .45-70.  The gun appears to having been shot a couple of times, and is in like new condition.  It retains 99%+ original blue finish and 99% original color case-hardened finish.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with a few minor handling marks.  The bore looks like new and the action functions the same.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1953

             Auto Ordnance Thompson 1927 A1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, Cal. .45 ACP                                                 PRICE:   $1,795                      
Auto Ordnance Thompson 1927 A! Semi-Automatic carbine fitted with a 18 inch finned barrel fitted with a Cutts Compensator, Walnut stock, pistol grip and vertical fore grip, blade front sight, adjustable rear sight, is blue finished, and chambered in .45 ACP.  The gun is in excellent/like new condition, appearing to having been factory test fired only.  Good looking Thompson Sub-Gun.  Comes with its original case, (1) 50-round drum magazine, and (1) 20-round stick magazine.  Sorry, no paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1952

                    Colt Trooper .357, Cal. .357 Magnum                                                                                PRICE:              SOLD
Colt Trooper fitted with a 4 inch barrel, quick draw serrated ramped front sight, adjustable rear sight, wide target hammer, checkered walnut target grips with Rampant Colt medallions, is blue finished, and chambered in .357 Magnum.  This 1968 vintage Trooper is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% blue, with only a minor drag line on the cylinder.  The grips are in excellent condition, retaining 99% original finish, with only a few very minor handling marks, mostly on the bottom.  The bore looks as new and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up on all 6 cylinders.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  A very nice Trooper for its age.

NOTE:  Click picture to view additional images of this Colt Trooper.  For additional information and details about this gun, ask for Garry, Jeff, Andy, 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:    CM20-1852

                    Ruger Redhawk with 2x28 Bausch & Lomb Scope, Cal. .41 Magnum                           PRICE:              SOLD
Ruger Redhawk fitted with a 7 1/2 inch barrel, smooth walnut grips with Ruger medallions, red-ramp front sight, white-line adjustable rear sight, is constructed of stainless steel, and chambered .41 Magnum.  This 1988 vintage Redhawk is also fitted with Ruger scope rings and a 2x28 Bausch & Lomb scope that is silver in finish, closely matching the gun.  The 6-shot revolver, along with the scope, is in excellent original condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a tight lock-up on all 6 cylinders.  The attractive grips fit well and are also in like new condition.  The scope is also in excellent condition, clean optices with a duplex cross hair sight window.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Seldom come accross a .41 Magnum Redhawk.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1859

                    Ruger Limited Edition Flat Top New Model Blackhawk, Cal. .41 Magnum, Very Rare                                    PRICE:  $1,250
Limited Edition (speial run made for the Williams Shooter's Supply) Ruger Blackhawk built on a flat top frame and chambered in .41 Magnum.  There were only 300 made (119 with the 4 5/8 inch barrel and 181 with the 6 1/2 inch barrel) in 1979, making it quite rare.  This 6-shot, single action, revolver is fitted with a 6 1/2 inch barrel (notice the top of the barrel is not roll marked), checkered black plastic grips with Ruger medallions, serrated ramped front sight, adjustable Micro rear sight, and is blue finished.  The gun is new/unfired and retains 99%+ original blue, with only a slight drag line on the cylinder.  The bore is as new and the action functions the same.  Comes with its numbered to the gun box and all paper-work (NOTE: The medallian is missing from the top of the box?).  These later Flat-Top Ruger Blackhawks are very desirable, this one in .41 Magnum, sets it above the rest.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1901

                    Smith & Wesson Model 12, M&P Airweight, Cal. .38 Special                                         PRICE:  $650
S&W Model 12-3 M&P Airweight fitted with a 2 inch barrel, checkered walnut square butt service grips with S&W medallions, built on square butt alloy frame, is blue/black finished, and chambered in .38 Special.  This, post 1980 vintage, 6-shot revolver is in excellent original condition, retaining 99% original finishes, with assorted very minor handling marks, mostly on the cylinder.  The grips fit well and are in near new condition, with only a small ding on the butt of the right grip panel.  The bore looks as  new and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up on all 6 cylinders.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:    M20-1962

                    Smith & Wesson Model No. 1, 3rd Issue, Cal. .22 Short                                                   PRICE:  $1,050
S&W No.1, 3rd Issue, fitted with a 3 3/16 inch barrel, smooth ivory birds head grips, fluted cylinder, is nickel plated, hand engraved receiver, side-plate, barrel, and cylinder, tip-up action, and chambered in .22 Short.  This No. 1 Smith is in very good condition, retaining 85% of its nickel plate, with most loss on the cylinder.  The grips fit well and are in fine condition, with only one small chip on the left grip panel.  The bore is shootable, with strong rifling, but has some spotting throughout.  The action functions well, with good timing, but is a little loose.  The gun comes with a custom made presentation case, which is in very fine condition, with sound hinges and is nicely lined in velvet.  Antique firearm, FFL not required.

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AMF ID:    BP20-199

                   Winchester Model 1897, 12 Gauge                                                                                      PRICE:              SOLD
The Winchester Model 1897 was made from 1897 to 1957, with approximately 1,024,700 manufactured.  This 1955 vintage Model 1897 is fitted with a numbers matching 30 inch barrel, walnut pistol grip stock with black plastic Winchester butt-plate, grooved walnut forearm, take-down configuration, is blue finished, and chambered in 12 Gauge 2 3/4 inch.  This slide action shotgun is in excllent original condition, retaining 85% original blue on the barrel, 60% on the magazine tube, and 90-95% on the frame and trigger guard.  The stock and forearm retain most all of their original finishes, with assorted minor handling marks.  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:    CM20-1896

                   Smith & Wesson Model 29, Cal. .44 Magnum                                                                    PRICE:              SOLD
S&W Model 29-2 fitted with a 4 inch pinned barrel, red-ramp front sight, white out-line adjustable rear sight, target hammer, target trigger, checkered Cocobolo target grips with S&W medallions, is blue finished, and chambered in .44 Magnum.  This 6-shot revolver is in excellent/like new condition, retaining 99%+ of its original blue finish, with only a slight drag line on the cylinder and a couple of very minor handling marks.  The grips fit well and are in excellent condition, showing little in the way of wear/handling marks.  The bore looks as new and the action functions the same.  Comes with a S&W Mahogany wood presentation case (Iin fine condition, with assorted handling marks/scratches), with screw-driver, cleaning rod, bore brush, and bore mop.  Sorry, no paper-work.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1951

                    Winchester Model 21 Side-by-Side, 12 gauge                                                                   PRICE:   $4,995
Winchester Model 21 Double Barrel Shotgun fitted with 28 inch barrels with solid rib, single select trigger, ejectors, checkered beavertail walnut forearm, checkered walnut pistol grip stock with black hard rubber butt-plate, is blue finished, and chambered in 12 Gauge 2 3/4 inch chambers.  The gun has been professionally refinished and is in excellent condition, retaining 99%+ of its re-blue.  The stock and forearm are in excellent condition retaining 99%+ of their re-finish.  The bores are bright and the action is tight and functions perfectly.  The LOP is 13 15/16 inches and the drop at heel is 2 1/4 inches.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  NOTE:  There are a couple of small dings on the right side of the right barrel (see picture).  A very nice looking Winchester 21.

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AMF ID:    CM20-1802

                    Exceptional and Rare Howard Dove Engraved Colt Single Action, Cal. .44 Special                                        PRICE:  $9,500
Howard M. Dove, Colt Master Engraver, died at age 52 in November 1994.  A Green Beret veteran of the Vietnam War, he was one of the world's most renowned firearms engravers, and was one of only two men in the modern era to be employed by the Custom shop of both Colt Firearms and Winchester Repeating Arms at the same time.  Known as the "Official Engraver" to the Colt Collectors Association, the Single Action Army he embellished for their 1992 auction brought the highest price ever paid for a new firearm sold at auctiojn.  He engraved this beautiful 12 inch barrel Colt Buntline in 1982 while working for the Colt company.  It remains today in new, unfired condition.  Adding to its rarity, this is one of less than 400 Buntlines chambered for the .44 Special cartridge.  The beautiful oak presentation case was custom made for this gun, and is extremely well finished.  Because of his early demise, Howard Dove engraved Colts are extremely rare and difficult to find.  This gun is signed "HOWARD DOVE, COLT ENGR." on the frame under the grips.  Factory records show that it was shipped from the factory with the Custom case.  A real rarity.

NOTE:  Please contact Charles Layson, Colt Collectors Association, for more details.  859-421-0141

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AMF ID:   CM20-

                    Smith & Wesson Model 651 Kit Gun, Cal. .22 Magnum                                                  PRICE:               SOLD
S&W Model Model 651 fitted with 4 inch barrel, checkered Cocobolo grips with S&W medallions, red-ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, is constructed of stainless steel, and chambered in .22 Magnum.  This 1991 vintage 6-shot double action revolver is in excellent condition, appearing to having been fired very little.  The bore looks like new and the action functions perfectly, with a very tight lock-up.  Comes with a S&W Model 651 box (does not number to the gun), sorry, no paper-work.

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AMF ID:    M20-1847

                    Belgian Browning .22 Auto Rifle, Grade III, Cal. .22 LR                                                PRICE:               SOLD
Belgian manufactured Browning .22 Auto fitted with a 19 1/4 inch barrel, unique to the early guns wheel sight (adjustable for elevation), skip-line checkered walnut beavertail forearm, very attractive figured pistol grip skip-line checkered stock fitted with a serrated steel butt-plate, gold tigger, blue finished with an engraved coin finished receiver and trigger guard, and chambered in .22 Long Rifle.  This 1957-1960 vintage rifle is in excellent condition, retaining 99%+ blue and coin finishes.  The stock and forearm retain all of their finishes, showing little in the way of handling marks.  A very attractive .22 Auto Browning.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.

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AMF ID:    M20-406

              Leonardo Francolini Engraved Colt SAA, Cal. .45 LC                                                    PRICE:  $16,500
This spectacular 1997 Colt Single Action .45 is one of the finest Master engraved Colts available today.  Leonardo Francolini and Michael Dubber are arguably the two most accomplished engravers of Colt revolvers practicing today, and are held in the same regard as the famous artists of the past, such as Gustave Young, Herman Ulrich and Cuno Helfricht.  The artistic design and application of gold in the engraved cuts exhibit quality of workmanship seldom found today, and make this piece a true work of art.  A few of the special features include the screwless frame (only 100 screwless frames were ever manufactured by Colt Firearms), the pierced front sight, the relief carved ivory grips, the stylized hammer, and the 54 raised gold stars on the cylinder created in three geometrically arranged sizes.  The leather Huey Presentation Case which accompanies the gun is beautiful in itself and appropriate to the quality of the gun.  Mr. Francolini will provide a letter of authentification on the gun upon request.

NOTE:  Contact Charles Layson, Colt Collectors Association, for more details.  859-421-0141

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AMF ID:   CM20-1576

              Ruger Old Model Blackhawk, 3-Screw, Cal. .41 Magnum                                              PRICE:              SOLD
Old Model Ruger Blackhawk fitted with a 4 5/8 inch barrel, serrated ramped front sight, adjustable rear sight, smooth walnut grips with Ruger medallions, is blue finished, and chambered in .41 Remington Magnum.  This 1967 vintage (3rd year production) is in very fine original condition, retaining 85- 90% blue on the barrel, trigger guard and frame, with thinning at the muzzle and high edges of the frame and trigger guard.  The cylinder retains about 75-80%, with most thinning from holster wear.  The grips are in fine condition, showing minimal wear with the exception of a pressure dent on the right grip panel. The bore is bright, with sharp rifling, and the action functions perfectly.  Sorry, no box or paper-work.  Very desirable Blackhawk in a very desirable caliber.

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AMF ID:    M20-1862
 
                    Finnish Suomi M31 Submachine Gun/Pistol, Cal. 9x19                                                    PRICE:              SOLD
The Suomi M31 (Suomi-konepistooli literally meaning "Finland Machine-pistol") is a submachine gun of Finnish design that was used to fight off Soviet Forces during the winter war of 1940 and showed the world the importance of sub-machine guns in modern warfare. Used by mostly Finnish and Swedish armies, it was also widely exported into Baltic countries, some European and South American countries. Although manufacturing of the Suomi in Finland ceased in 1944, it was widely used throughout the world well into the 1990’s. This Suomi M31 has been converted to Semi-Automatic and fires 9mm parabellum rounds from a 71 round drum magazine. It is in excellent condition with a near perfect finish and is fitted with a pistol grip handle (was fitted before import to the US, original wood stock cannot legally be placed on this firearm).  The action works flawlessly and features a bright bore with sharp visible rifling.  This pistol comes with one drum magazine only.   Import stamped TNW Firearms of Vernonia Oregon

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AMF ID:    M20-1840

                    TNW Firearms Finnish KP M44 Pistol/Sub-Gun ( "Peltiheikki"), Cal. 9×19mm Parabellum                             PRICE:                                                  SOLD
TNW Firearms of Vernonia Oregon import Finnish KP M44 Pistol fitted wiuth a 10 inch barrel with ventilated upper guard, wood pistol grip, comes with (1) 36-round magazine, welded in folded position shoulder stock, adjustable for windage front sight with shroud, rotating rear sight adjustedble between 100 and 200 meters, is parkerized finished, and chambered in 9mm.  The gun is in excellent condition, retaining most all of its parkerized finish.  The action appears to function perfectly and the bore is bright, with sharp rifling.  Interesting copy of the Russian/Soviet mass-produced 7.62 mm submachine gun PPS-43.

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AMF ID:    M20-1846

                   Colt Third Model Dragoon, Signature Series, Cochise Commemorative, Cal. .44 Percussion                            PRICE:  $700
Colt Third Model Dragoon, Signature Series Cochise Commemorative, fitted with a 7 1/2 inch octagon/round barrel, gold plated non-fluted cylinder with roll engraved Texas Rangers and Indian fight scene, gold plated trigger guard and back-strap, grips are made of elk stag horn with the left panel carved with the face of the Chief Cochise, gold plated pony scene on left side of barrel, Cochise Legend on upper portion of barrel along with peace pipe and tomahawk, gold plated buffalo on lower corner of frame, and chambered in .44 percussion.  These guns were made in 1977 and this one is new/unfired in its original box with its instructions manual, though there are assorted minor handling marks and it would make a great shooter.   One issue, the right grip panel was attacked by a very hungry mouse that had invaded the house of the last owner, the future owner would need to have another made up for the gun.  

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