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R        1.     Remington mod. 870TB ser.# S784145V. Takedown slide action 12 ga. clay target shotgun. Barrel code date is 1973. 30” barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Full choke. Ventilated rib with twin beads. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has a few very minor handling marks and retains 98% factory blue. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm. Fancy walnut, matching, capped pistol grip Monte Carlo stock has scratches from the non-professional installation of an adjustable Morgan recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 ¾”. SOLD FOR: 375.00

          2.     Lyman “Deerstalker” ser.# A476069. Modern .50 caliber single shot muzzle loading flintlock short rifle made by Investarm in Italy. 24” octagon barrel. Adjustable fiber optic sights. Polymer ramrod. Hooked breech for easy cleaning. Excellent shiny bore. Single trigger. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Blued metal. Plain walnut stock with a cheek piece, swivel studs, and a solid rubber butt pad. Gun may have been fired but looks like new overall. SOLD FOR: 260.00

R        3.     Winchester mod. 1897 ser.# 147270. Takedown 12 ga. hammer fired pump gun made in 1901. 30” plain full choke barrel. Chamber length unknown. Fair/good bore. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal shows old rust residue. Re-varnished grooved walnut forearm has a nicely repaired crack. Good/very good scant pistol grip stock has a short tang crack, hunting marks and finish wear. Correct smooth metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 280.00

R        4.     CZ-USA mod. 452 “American” ser.# 855392. Modern Czech made top quality bolt action rifle chambered in .17 HMR. Detachable magazine. 22” barrel made without sights. Like new bore and action. Clean blued metal. Checkered walnut stock with swivel studs and a perfect butt plate. Rifle may have been fired but looks like new overall. Includes a like new Leupold 2-7X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. SOLD FOR: 525.00

R        5.     Remington mod. 1100 “LT 20” ser.# R209357K. Recent production takedown 20 ga. semi-automatic shotgun with the new lockable action. 25 ½” barrel. Three screw in choke tubes. 2 ¾” chamber. Ventilated rib. Machine engraved receiver. Matte black metal finish. Checkered black synthetic forearm and matching stock with a solid rubber factory pad. Gun shows little to no use. Includes the action keys and choke tool. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R        6.     Ruger mod. 77 Mark II UL ser.# 787-81368. Light weight bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .308 Win. Slim 20” barrel made without sights. Satin black alloy hinged floor plate. Three position safety. Like new bore and action. Stainless steel bolt. Balance of the clean metal factory blued. Checkered walnut capped pistol grip stock with a black fore-end tip and a solid rubber butt pad. Rifle has a few very minor handling marks but shows little use. Includes a 3-9X Bushnell “Elite” scope in Ruger rings. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R        7.     Winchester mod. 12 “Trap” ser.# 1795008. Beautiful takedown slide action 12 ga. clay target gun manufactured in 1959. 100% original. 30” barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Full choke. Standard grooved round post ventilated rib with twin beads. Excellent bore. The action works fine but the slide doesn’t release after the trigger is pulled, the slide release must be pushed. Should be an easy fix. Screw missing from the front of the magazine tube. 98% clean factory satin blue on the barrel, magazine tube, and the top of the receiver. Light assembly damage. Balance of the metal retains 99% clean factory gloss blue. Excellent checkered fancy walnut forearm and matching, very fancy, capped pistol grip stock. The wood shows light use marks but has most of the original finish. Original solid red rubber Winchester recoil pad. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 500.00

R        8.     Mossberg mod. 152 ser.# n/a. Compact semi-automatic .22 rifle missing the clip. 18” barrel. Original front sight protected by “ears”. Grooved receiver. Original receiver sight has a replaced screw. Manual bolt hold open. Excellent bore and action. 88% factory blue with an ugly patch of rust and cleaning scratches near the muzzle. A bit of scattered light cleanable rust on the receiver. Fair, badly cracked, plain walnut Monte Carlo stock is missing the side mounted swivels but the fold down fore-end is intact. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

R        9.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 088 ser.# BA448383. 12 ga. single shot hammer gun with the long 36” barrel. Automatic ejector, 3” chamber and full choke. Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal has 98% factory case colors on the receiver and blue on the barrel. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and matching scant pistol grip stock have an extra coat of finish. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 80.00

R   10A.      First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 175001. Vintage .38 S&W 5 shot top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector is not working. Bore should clean close to excellent. Very good action. Blue/brown metal covered with old rust residue. Very good checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

     10B.      Second of the lot. Norwich Arms Co. single action ser.# 298. Antique spur trigger revolver chambered in .32 Rim Fire. Made by the Hood Firearms Co. 2 ½” round barrel. Fixed sights. Poor bore and action. 40% factory nickel, 60% rust. No grips. SOLD FOR: 60.00

        11.     Thompson Center “Renegade” ser.# K48404. Modern U.S. made single shot .50 cal. muzzle loading flintlock short rifle assembled from a kit. 26” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Like new bore. Working double set triggers. Action not working but should be an easy fix. All metal is clean and was professionally blued. Excellent plain walnut stock was not professionally finished. Correct metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 200.00

        12.     Remington mod. 1889 ser.# 61071. Antique 12 ga. side by side, side lock, shotgun with exposed hammers. 30” barrels appear to be regular steel. Pitted bores. Matted center rib. Excellent action although the gun is a bit loose and rattles when shaken. Worn gray/brown metal with patches of old rust. Very good, but worn and re-varnished, checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a latch. Very good matching round knob pistol grip stock was also re-varnished. Good original checkered and embossed “RACo” logo butt plate. SOLD FOR: 190.00

R      13.     Marlin mod. 1894M ser.# 16035549. Solid frame lever action carbine chambered in scarce .22 Win. RF Magnum. Tubular magazine. Push button hammer blocking safety. 20” barrel. Loaded chamber indicating “window” on the side of the frame. Original sights include the front hood. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood finish has visible mildew spots. Never drilled for sling swivels. Excellent butt plate. Includes a 1” 3-9X Bushnell scope mounted correctly on top. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R      14.     Uberti U.S.A. mod. 1890 “Outlaw” ser.# 19198. Modern Italian made replica of the original Remington 6 shot single action revolver. Chambered in .44-40. 5 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. The front sight is a crude replacement that may be held on with epoxy. Flip open loading gate. Barrel mounted ejector rod. Pitted or leaded bore might clean better. Excellent action. Brass trigger guard. Balance of the fairly clean metal retains 98% factory blue with a noticeable cylinder ring and a ding or two. Very good plain walnut grips. SOLD FOR: 190.00

R      15.     Iver Johnson “Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver” ser.# 43713. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Very good bore. Excellent action. Visible case colors on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 90% bright factory nickel, 10% peeling and minimal rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips with the “owl’s head” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R      16.     Iver Johnson “Excel” ser.# E51442D. Vintage 16 ga. single shot hammer gun. Same as the “Champion” model. 28” barrel, 2 ¾” chamber and an automatic ejector. Excellent bore and action. Worn gray/brown metal has a little scattered rust. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching scant pistol grip stock have a worn coat of dark varnish stain that looks awful. Good chipped original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R      17.     Marlin mod. 336 R.C. ser.# P1946. .30-30 lever action carbine made in 1957. Full length tubular magazine and a hammer. 20” barrel has the original sights. Excellent “Micro-Groove” bore. Excellent action. Clean metal retains 95% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut “fat” forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Wood finish is oil and is probably original. Excellent butt plate. Includes a leather sling and a 3-9X Tasco scope in a Weaver flip over mount. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R      18.     Ithaca mod. 37 “Featherlight” ser.# 371273268. A superb example of this deluxe 1972 production slide action takedown, bottom ejecting, 16 ga. shotgun. 28” barrel, 2 ¾” chamber, modified choke, ventilated rib and a “Ray-Bar” front bead. Like new bore and action. Very clean metal retains 98% factory blue. The only wear is on the magazine tube from “pumping”. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock. Excellent original recoil pad. Gun shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 575.00

R      19.     Winchester mod. 94 “Theodore Roosevelt Commemorative” ser.# TR26622. Lever action .30-30 carbine issued in 1969. 20” octagon barrel. Open sights. Full length magazine tube. Saddle ring. Machine engraved and chrome plated receiver. Chrome plated butt plate and accents. Balance of the metal blued. Semi-fancy plain walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock with a medallion in the side. Carbine is new in the original box with a lightly tattered and taped outer sleeve. The only papers included are the hang tag. (C&R)

SOLD FOR: 500.00

R      20.     Winchester mod. 94 “Theodore Roosevelt Commemorative” ser.# TR17396. Lever action .30-30 rifle issued in 1969. 26” octagon barrel. Open sights. 2/3rd length magazine tube. Saddle ring. Machine engraved and chrome plated receiver. Chrome plated butt plate and accents. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock with a medallion in the side. Rifle is new in the original box with a lightly tattered outer sleeve. The only papers included are the hang tag. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 500.00

R   21A.      First of a lot of 3. Mossberg mod. 151M-B ser.# n/a. Stripped barreled receiver for a vintage .22 semi-automatic .22 rifle. Grooved receiver. Very good bore. 90% blue showing light rust.

R   21B.     Second of the lot. Winchester mod. 67A ser.# n/a. Stripped barreled receiver for a vintage .22 bolt action single shot rifle. “Fuzzy” bore will clean better. 90% factory blue with scratches and light cleanable rust.

R   21C.     Third of the lot. Remington mod. 41-P ser.# 269640. Stripped barreled receiver for a vintage single shot .22 rifle. Bore will clean to excellent. Rust covered blued metal. SOLD FOR: 5.00

        22.     Winchester mod. 1873 ser.# 424723B. Stripped barreled receiver for an antique lever action rifle made in 1892. Has a shortened 16 ½” barrel chambered in .32-20. Poor bore. Worn and dinged gray/brown metal. SOLD FOR: 45.00

        23.     (3) Stripped barreled receivers for Springfield mod. 1873 “trapdoor” rifles. All antique and chambered in .45-70. Fair and poor bores. Varying amounts of blue and rust. SOLD FOR: 110.00

R   24A.      First of a lot of 2. Savage mod. 23 “Sporter” ser.# n/a. Stripped all in one barrel/receiver for a vintage .22 bolt action rifle. Excellent bore. Most of the original blue remains with edge wear, minimal rust and dirt.

R   24B.     Second of the lot. Savage mod. 23 “Sporter” ser.# n/a. Stripped all in one barrel/receiver for a vintage .22 bolt action rifle. Good bore. Worn blue/gray/brown metal showing old rust residue. SOLD FOR: 4.00

R   25A.      First of a lot of 3. Stevens mod. 58 ser.# n/a. Stripped barreled receiver for a 12 ga. bolt action shotgun. 26” barrel. Excellent bore. Part of an adjustable choke still attached. Fairly clean metal has 94% factory blue.

R   25B.     Second of the lot. Stevens mod. 58 ser.# n/a. Stripped barreled receiver for a 16 ga. bolt action shotgun. 26” barrel. Excellent bore. Rusty blued metal.

R   25C.     Third of the lot. Jhv (Metallwaren, Waffen, und Maschinenfabrik) mod. G98/40 ser.#571. Stripped barreled receiver for a Nazi marked, Hungarian made, bolt action 8X57mm military rifle. Dated 1941. Fair/poor bore. Finish appears to be original but it has patches of wear and scattered rust. SOLD FOR: 1.00

R      26.     Ruger “Super Redhawk” ser.# 551-31040. 6 shot .44 Mag. large frame double action revolver made in 1998. 7 ½” barrel. Original adjustable sights. Swing out cylinder with a manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. Metal is clean stainless steel. Excellent original rubber grips with walnut inserts. Includes a 2-6X Swift long eye relief scope in Ruger rings. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 600.00

        27.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading percussion rifle with a lock plate stamped “Leman Lancaster, PA”. Heavy unmarked 36” octagon barrel is machined for a ball starter and measures 1 & 1/8th inch across the flats. Very good lightly rusted bore, of approx. .32 caliber, has strong rifling. Original sights. Very good action with working double set triggers. Dark brown metal shows a bit of old rust. Mellow brass fancy trigger guard, butt plate and trim. Wooden ramrod. Very good acid striped full length hardwood stock has no cheek piece or patch box. SOLD FOR: 475.00

        28.     Springfield mod. 1884 ser.# 430744. Antique single shot .45-70 U.S. military “trapdoor” rifle made in 1889. Original configuration but missing the cleaning rod. 32 ½” barrel. Original sights. Very good bright bore. Excellent action has a bit of internal rust. Dark brown and lightly rusted metal finish. Fair full length plain walnut stock has a long stress crack, dings, and scratches. Visible cartouche dated 1888. Correct swivels and smooth metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 375.00

        29.     Torre Annunziata mod. 1870/87/15 ser.# WZ4258. Antique Italian Vetterli-Vitali bolt action military rifle re-chambered and relined to 6.5X52mm by an Italian arsenal in the early 1900s. Original configuration but missing the magazine box and cleaning rod. Receiver dated 1883. 33 ½” barrel. Correct sights. Poor bore has visible rifling. Excellent, but dry and dirty, action. Dark brown rusty metal. Fair full length original stock has uncountable dings and scratches, but also visible unit and proof marks. SOLD FOR: 90.00

R      30.     Romarm-C.A.I. mod. SAR-1 ser.# SI-26283-2000. 7.62X39mm semi-automatic clone of the AK-47 made in Romania. High capacity detachable magazine. No flash hider or bayonet lug. 16” barrel. Original sights. Excellent bore and action. Matte black metal finish with a few minor rub marks. Dark factory varnished hardwood hand guard, fore grip, and stock. Checkered plastic pistol grip. Sling swivels and a metal butt plate with an empty trap. Carbine looks like new overall. SOLD FOR: 725.00

        31.     Unknown maker double barrel ser.# n/a. Very interesting side by side antique original flintlock fowling piece. One lock plate stamped “Pecanlin” and the other plate stamped “u Orlean”. 31” barrels are octagon from the breech to about 1/3rd and then change to round. Original front blade sight. Large fancy oversize trigger guard. The front trigger is shorter than the rear trigger. Wooden ramrod, with a horn tip, could be a replacement. Typical rusty bores of approx. 20 gauge. Excellent working action. Metal finish is dark brown and has old scattered rust. Original sling swivels. The rear ramrod escutcheon is missing. For its age, the plain walnut stock is very good, with only a few slivers missing. Correct metal butt plate. Gun should be previewed and researched. SOLD FOR: 725.00

R      32.     Remington mod. 700 SPS ser.# G6875607. Basic .30-06 bolt action sporting rifle. 24” barrel made without sights. 4-12X Cabela’s scope in Tally mounts. Blind magazine. Action is not lockable. Excellent bore and action. Matte black metal finish. Black synthetic stock has a cheek piece, textured gripping areas, swivel studs and a solid rubber factory pad. There are a few scratches in the stock but, overall, the gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 350.00

        33.     R. M. Weitzel single shot ser.# n/a. Contemporary Pennsylvania style muzzle loading flintlock long rifle. The Weitzel name is stamped on the top flat of the 36” octagon barrel. Side plate marked “S.G.F.” in script. One could be the maker and the other a former owner. Rifle was well done! Open sights. Wooden ramrod. Shiny bore of approx. .50 caliber. Double set triggers are not working but it could be a matter of adjustment. Action also not working but that could be the fault of the triggers. Should be easily fixed. All metal is clean browned steel. Beautiful naturally striped full length maple stock features a cheek piece and a German silver like eagle engraved plate on the comb. Made without a patch box. Curved, browned steel, butt plate. Gun was most likely fired and has a little wood finish wear and removable spots of white paint but is, overall, excellent. SOLD FOR: 325.00

R      34.     Savage mod. 21 ser.# 1161. Vintage, early production, 12 ga. takedown pump shotgun. A 3 barrel set. Strongly resembles the Winchester model 12. Plain 28” barrel had some kind of non-original rear sight removed and a patch of solder remains. Full choke. Chamber length unknown. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. Receiver had a very old re-blue that is again stained and edge worn. Balance of the metal is a worn blue/gray with old light scattered rust residue. Very good grooved walnut forearm with very little finish. Good matching pistol grip stock has a lower tang crack, scratches, and a replacement butt plate to 12 ½” pull. Includes two extra barrel assemblies. Plain 30” full choke and plain 26” modified. These assemblies retain more blue than the one on the gun and the grooved walnut forearms show slightly more finish. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 300.00

R      35.     Ruger mod. 77 RS ser.# 770-34552. Bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .338 Win. Mag. Manufactured in 1986. 24” barrel. Original sights. Receiver machined for Ruger scope rings (included). Tang safety. Hinged black alloy floor plate. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Black finish on the floor plate/trigger guard has little scratches. Very good/excellent checkered walnut stock has a few light scratches and an oil finish the could be correct??? Swivel studs and a solid red rubber original pad. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R      36.     Maadi-Intrac mod. R.P.M. ser.# CT00252. Another semi-automatic AK-47 clone, this one made in Egypt. “Sporting” version with a thumbhole stock and no flash hider or bayonet lug. High capacity magazine. Chambered in 7.62X39mm. 20 ¼” barrel. Original sights. Folding bipod mounted on the barrel. Weaver style scope mount base permenantly attached to the top of the receiver cover. Excellent bore and action. Clean black metal finish. Excellent laminated hand guard, fore-grip, and stock. Sling swivels and a metal butt plate with an empty trap. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 600.00

        37.     Wilhelm Feist??? double barrel ser.# n/a. Another very interesting antique side by side. This one is a percussion rifle with the names stamped on the opposing side plates. Unknown origin. 38 ½” round twist steel barrels of approx. .45 caliber. Original fixed sights. Side locks. Wooden ramrod could easily be original. Fancy over size trigger guard that also partially serves as a pistol grip. The front trigger is shorter than the rear trigger. Original sling swivels. Typical rusty bores with very strong rifling. Action works fine on the right side but the sear doesn’t always engage on the left side. Extra clean barrels were originally browned. The finish has thinned and the twist pattern is very visible. Balance of the metal is a cleaned and worn bare gray. Excellent plain walnut cheek piece stock held with a wedge pin at the front. A small monogram plate bearing the initials “J.L.T.” on the upper wrist. Sliding integral wood patch box. Original unusual metal butt plate has, what appears to be, a swivel stud at the top. Gun must be seen! SOLD FOR: 1,000.00

R      38.     Sears mod. 5 ser.# 134449. Hammerless .22 lever action rifle made by Winchester. 20” barrel. Open sights, missing the rear ramp. Tubular magazine. Excellent bore and action.  Cleaning scratched black alloy receiver and lever. Barrel and magazine tube retain 95% factory blue with a little light rust. Very good, scratched, plain hardwood forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a good, but lightly rusted, vintage Weaver KV 1” scope mounted on the grooved receiver. SOLD FOR: 220.00

R      39.     Remington mod. 511 “Scoremaster’’ ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 repeating rifle with a correct replacement magazine. Made in 1954. 24 ½” barrel. Original sights. Grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Blue/brown metal has scattered rust residue. Very good plain walnut stock shows little dings and scratches. Original butt plate has a chip. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

R      40.     Mossberg mod. 144-LS ser.# n/a. Partially stripped barreled receiver for a bolt action .22 semi-target rifle. 26” medium/heavy barrel. No bolt or sights but has the trigger assembly and safety. Excellent bore. Grooved receiver. 98% factory blue with a few scattered dots of rust. SOLD FOR: 5.00

R      41.     Remington mod. 550-1 ser.# n/a. Tubular magazine fed semi-auto. .22 rifle made in 1954. Appears to be all original and includes the sights and shell deflector. 23 ½” barrel. Excellent bore and action. Grooved receiver. Blue/brown metal has a thin coat of old rust residue. Excellent plain walnut stock looks like it was stripped of its finish?? Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R      42.     Colt “Army Special” ser.# 445610. A very good example of this 6 shot double action .38 Special medium frame revolver made in 1921. 5” barrel, fixed sights, swing out cylinder, and a manual extractor. Excellent bore and typical Colt solid action. Metal is fairly clean and has 90+% factory blue. Excellent checkered and embossed factory Colt grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R      43.     Ithaca mod. M66 “Super Single” ser.# 83214. Lever action single shot hammer gun chambered in 3” 20 gauge. 26” barrel has an extractor and an excellent bore. Excellent action. Black alloy receiver and lever have edge wear and scratches. Blued barrel sprayed with a sticky preservative. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood has light hunting marks. Factory recoil pad to 13 ¼” pull. SOLD FOR: 85.00

R      44.     Turkish mod. 1938/46 ser.# 6673. Import marked and mismatched 98 Mauser style bolt action military short rifle. Assembled at the K. Kale arsenal and dated 1944. Original configuration. 24 ½” barrel. Good dark bore with strong rifling. Excellent action. Fairly clean, but quite worn, blue/gray metal. Good hand guard and full length stock with varnish, painted on unit markings, dings, scratches, and an arsenal repair. Correct swivels and metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R      45.     Montgomery Ward “Western Field” ser.# 78833. Vintage Browning designed hammerless 12 ga. “hump back” slide action shotgun made by Stevens. Same as the old model 520. Locking lug pops up through the top of the receiver when the action is closed. Safety inside the trigger guard. 28” solid rib barrel. Modified choke. Chamber length unknown. Excellent bore and action. Worn blue/gray metal finish with little or no rust. Excellent checkered walnut forearm and matching scant pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. Gun shows lots of use, with care. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 190.00

R      46.     Remington mod. 512 “Sportmaster’’ ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 repeating rifle with a tubular magazine. Made in 1941. 25” barrel. Original sights. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Blued metal has scattered rust residue and is getting a brownish tint at spots. Very good plain walnut stock shows lots of little scratches. Excellent original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

        47.     Connecticut Valley Arms “Shotgun” ser.# 006517. Modern Spanish made 12 ga. side by side percussion shotgun. Engraved side locks and exposed hammers. 28 ½” barrels. Wooden ramrod. Excellent bores and action. Smooth browned barrels. Balance of the metal factory browned. Excellent plain hardwood straight grip stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Factory recoil pad. Gun doesn’t show a lot of use. SOLD FOR: 220.00

R      48.     Winchester mod. 50 ser.# 54991. All steel takedown 12 ga. semi-auto. shotgun made in 1956. 30” plain, full choke barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Excellent bore and action. 90% factory blue showing edge and carry wear and scattered light rust. Very good checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock, both with light hunting marks. Excellent original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 260.00

R      49.     Stevens mod. 26 “Crack Shot” ser.# n/a. Vintage takedown lever action falling block single shot .22 “boy’s” rifle. Appears to be all original. 18” barrel. Open sights. Fair bore might clean a little better. Very good action. Worn smooth gray/brown metal. Plain wooden forearm has a nasty chip. Very good matching straight grip stock. Correct crescent metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R      50.     A. H. Fox “Sterlingworth” ser.# 110246. Hammerless box lock 12 ga. side by side shotgun made in 1927. 25 & 1/8th inch barrels were cut. Matted solid rib has twin white beads. Chambers measure less than 2 ¾”. Currently choked cylinder and improved cylinder. Double triggers and extractors. Manual safety. Dent free excellent bores. Excellent action. Metal was professionally satin re-blued and most of that blue remains. Very good original checkered walnut splinter forearm has a short crack. Excellent checkered fancy walnut straight grip replacement stock was well fit and the rear of the trigger guard straightened to match. Recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R      51.     Remington mod. 870 ser.# T597892V. Takedown slide action 12 ga. shotgun. Barrel code date is 1977 or 1994. Plain 28” barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Modified choke. Excellent bore and action. Metal has a few very minor handling marks and a hint of scattered light rust but retains 97% factory blue. Excellent impressed checkered, gloss finished, walnut forearm. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock. Factory recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 260.00

R      52.     Armsport mod. 2701 ser.# 71863. Fairly recent production, good quality, Italian made superposed 12 ga. shotgun. 27 & 5/8th inch barrels. Ventilated top and central ribs. 3” chambers. Choked full and modified. Double triggers and extractors. Manual safety. Excellent solid action. Nicely engraved coin finished receiver has a few dark spots. Balance of the metal blued. The barrels have areas where the bluing was removed by a chemical. Excellent checkered hardwood forearm held with a latch. Matching pistol grip stock would be excellent but it has a nasty stress crack. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 250.00

R      53.     Smith & Wesson mod. 60 ser.# R16364. Small frame 5 shot .38 Special double action snub nose revolver made in 1969. 2” barrel, fixed sights, swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. All metal is clean stainless steel. Very good checkered walnut round butt grips have one small ding. Revolver shows little use. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R      54.     J. Stevens Arms Co. “Marksman” ser.# D648. Vintage lever action, takedown, tip open hammer fired “boy’s” rifle chambered in scarce .32 Rim Fire. Appears to be all original. 22” barrel. Correct open sights. Bore will clean to very good or better. Excellent action. Worn blue/gray/brown metal with scattered rust. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. There is  a short fine crack at the tang and lots of finish wear but the wood is still solid. Very good original checkered and embossed butt plate. Includes a partial box original Western ammunition. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R      55.     RGM, Inc. “Marksman” ser.# 0039. Lower receiver only for an AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle. No one seems to know anything about the company based in Greentown, PA. Probably out of business. Receiver appears to be forged, is finished in gray/green Parkerizing, and includes the magazine release, trigger mechanism, checkered black plastic pistol grip, and a collapsible plastic stock. Possibly never used. SOLD FOR: 130.00

R      56.     Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# G55882. A real good example of this vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Bore will clean to good or better. Excellent action. Case color visible on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 98% fairly clean factory nickel plating. Very good checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 95.00

R      57.     Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 88460. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Concealed hammer. Poor bore might clean better. Excellent action. Case color visible on the trigger. Blued trigger guard. 85% factory nickel, 15% rust. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 60.00

R      58.     Iver Johnson mod. 1900 “Target Model” ser.# 25760. Scarce vintage small solid frame 7 shot double action . 22 revolver. Slim 9 ½” octagon barrel has the correct brass front sight blade. Fixed sights. Un-fluted cylinder was made for standard velocity ammunition. Simple pull pin cylinder removal. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Faint traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Metal retains most of the original, but “old looking” blue with quite a bit of rust residue. Very good/excellent checkered walnut target grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

        59.     Marlin mod. No. 32 “Standard 1875” ser.# 4072. Antique 5 shot .32 Rim Fire second issue spur trigger single action pocket revolver. 3” round barrel tips up to allow the cylinder to be removed for loading or ejecting cases with the fixed ejector rod mounted below the barrel. Fixed sights. Poor bore. Excellent action. Brass frame retains 85% factory nickel. Balance of the metal is a worn gray with old rust obliterating much of the barrel legend. Excellent original checkered black “bird’s head” grips with the Marlin “star” monogram. SOLD FOR: 65.00

R      60.     U. S. Revolver Co. top break ser.# 36064. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W double action pocket revolver. Made by Iver Johnson. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Poor bore might clean better. Very good/excellent action. Traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Blue/brown trigger guard. 81% factory nickel, 19% rust. Very good checkered black “U.S.” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R      61.     Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 510215. A fine example of this vintage small frame 7 shot .22 double action solid frame pocket revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Good/very good bore. Excellent action. 98% factory blue sprinkled with rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 95.00

R      62.     Inland Div. mod. M-1 ser.# 565317. A superb example of this .30 Carb. semi-automatic U.S.  military carbine. No import marks or modifications. Correct barrel dated 2-44. Flip safety. Large adjustable rear sight. Flat bolt. Bayonet lug. Detachable magazine. Like new bore and action. Clean metal retains 99% of the original Parkerizing. Excellent plain walnut 2 pin hand guard and matching stock with very minor handling marks. Very visible crossed canon proof on the butt. Correct metal butt plate. Includes the oiler and a green web strap. If you always wanted an excellent M-1 carbine, you could hardly do better! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,300.00

R      63.     Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 167793. An excellent example of this vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Concealed hammer. Automatic ejector. Excellent bore and excellent solid action. Fairly clean metal has 98% factory blue, dulling a bit on the right side. Excellent checkered black grips with the “target” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

        64.     Smith & Wesson “Double Action” ser.# 80817. Antique second model .38 S&W top break revolver made before 1885. 5 shot cylinder has a double set of stop notches. Scarce 5” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic extractor. Very good bore and action. Worn blued trigger guard. Faint traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Metal finish looks like approx. 75% factory nickel but some of it may be worn, polished, bare gray metal. Excellent checkered black “S&W” logo round butt grips. SOLD FOR: 325.00

R      65.     Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 2840. A very good example of this vintage 5 shot solid frame .38 S&W pocket revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Very good bore. Excellent well timed action. Traces of dark case color on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 98% “milky” and lightly scratched factory nickel. Excellent checkered and embossed grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R      66.     Iver Johnson “Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver” ser.# G20493. Vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Poor bore might clean better. Excellent action. Worn blue/gray trigger guard. Metal has 55% factory nickel, 45% rust. Very good checkered black grips with the “owl’s head” logo. Includes a very good original box that’s probably not for this gun. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 60.00

R      67.     Colt “Police Positive Special” ser.# 241146. 6 shot double action revolver made in 1922. Chambered in rather scarce .32-20. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder with a manual extractor. Poor bore. Excellent action. 89% factory blue, many spots turning brown and covered with light rust. Very good checkered and embossed black grips with the “Colt” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 210.00

R   68A.      First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson mod. 1905 ser.# 85824. Vintage 5 shot double action .32 S&W pocket revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Good bore. Action works fine but the trigger return spring is weak. Traces of dark case color on the hammer. Blued trigger and trigger guard. 90% factory nickel with light rust and surface blemishes. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

R   68B.     Second of the lot. Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. “Forehand D.A.” ser.# 187804. Vintage 6 shot double action .32 S&W pocket revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Poor bore. Action not working. Traces of dark case color on the hammer and trigger. 95% shiny factory nickel with light rust and surface blemishes. Excellent checkered and shield embossed black “F&W” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 85.00

R      69.     Marlin mod. 93 ser.# 1150. (the serial number in this instance will not determine its age). A post 1904 .32 Special lever action standard rifle with a 26” round barrel, full length magazine tube, and open sights. 100% original. Hunted hard but not abused or drilled for a scope or sling swivels. Fair/poor bore might clean a little better. Excellent action. Mostly gray receiver and lever have old rust residue spots, light traces of case color, and bright case color in protected areas. Lightly scratched barrel and magazine tube retain 95% factory blue with a hint of rust. Excellent, for its age, plain walnut forearm showing approx. 50% original finish. Straight grip matching stock has scratches and dings but no cracks and retains 85% factory varnish. Correct crescent metal butt plate. Nice old Marlin! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 675.00

     70A.      First of a lot of 2. Colt “New Line” ser.# 3589. A poor example of this 1875 production antique 5 shot .32 Rim Fire single action spur trigger pocket revolver. 2 ¼” barrel. Broken center pin, damaged hammer spur. Poor bore and action. Rusty gray metal. Good original smooth rosewood “bird’s head” grips.

     70B.      Second of the lot. Hood Arms Co. “Marquis Of Lorne” ser.# 2625. A rather sophisticated name for this antique 5 shot solid frame .32 Rim Fire single action spur trigger revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Poor bore. Action seems to work most of the time but watch for poor cylinder indexing. 85% factory nickel, 15% rust. Excellent smooth rosewood “saw handle” grips. SOLD FOR: 130.00

R      71.     Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 403229. Vintage small frame 5 shot .32 S&W double action solid frame pocket revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Poor bore. Action works O.K. but the cylinder doesn’t index. 78% factory nickel, 22% rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. Includes the original slip top box. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R      72.     Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. “Safety Police” ser.# 2765. Vintage 5 shot top break double action revolver chambered in .38 S&W. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Poor bore might clean better. Very good action. Worn blue/brown trigger guard. Metal has 68% dull factory nickel, 32% rust. Traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Good checkered black grips with the “F&W” logo. Includes an old leather inside the pocket holster. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R   73A.      First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 2898. A vintage 6 shot solid frame .32 S&W pocket revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Good bore and action. 95% lightly scratched and rust dotted factory nickel. Checkered and embossed black grips have a chunk from one panel. (C&R)

R   73B.     Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 2201. A vintage 6 shot solid frame .32 S&W pocket revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Fair bore. Very good action. 35% factory nickel, 65% rust. Checkered and embossed black grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

R      74.     Remington “Nylon 66” ser.# 2331041. Popular semi-automatic .22 rifle with a tubular magazine housed in the butt. Manufactured in 1973. All original. Tang safety. Original sights, the front is covered with cleanable rust. Grooved receiver cover. Fairly clean factory chromed metal, has a few very light stains. Very good, scarce, “Apache” black checkered Zytel nylon/plastic stock’s finish has dulled in spots but doesn’t have a lot of scratches. Correct butt plate. SOLD FOR: 250.00

        75.     Italian mod. 1860 ser.# 18686. Modern reproduction of the original antique Colt 6 shot single action .44 cal. percussion “Army” revolver. 7 ½” barrel. Correct style front sight. Excellent bore and action. Mellow brass grip frame/trigger guard. Case colored steel frame, hammer, and loading rod. Blued barrel and roll engraved cylinder. Plain walnut grips. Revolver was handled but possibly never fired. SOLD FOR: 120.00

R      76.     Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 965. A vintage 5 shot solid frame revolver. A larger, and scarcer, frame size to accommodate the large .44 Webley cartridge. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Also has a swing out loading gate which the small caliber revolvers did not have. Bore will clean, almost, to excellent but the cylinder’s chambers are rusty. Excellent action. 88% scratched and flaking factory nickel. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. Difficult gun to find in this caliber! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 200.00

     77A.      First of a lot of 2. Belgian “Velo-Dog” ser.# n/a. Antique 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in 5.5mm Velo Dog center fire. Originally intended to protect bicyclists from attacking dogs. 1 ½” barrel. Concealed hammer. Fixed sights. Swing out loading gate. Swing out center pin mounted ejector rod. Folding straight trigger. Small, frame mounted, safety button. Poor bore and action. Metal was professionally chrome plated years ago and the plating is again starting to wear. Excellent, imitation pearl, plastic square butt grips.

R   77B.     Second of the lot. Unknown maker top break ser.# 46361. Vintage 5 shot double action .32 S&W pocket revolver made even more concealable by cutting the barrel to 1 ½” and remounting the fixed front sight. Automatic ejector. Poor bore. Excellent action. Dirty, rust residue covered, factory nickel. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R      78.     Harrington & Richardson “Vest Pocket” ser.# 2483. An excellent example of this diminutive solid frame .32 S&W double action pocket revolver. Original 1” barrel made without a sight. Factory bobbed hammer spur with an 1887 patent date. Pull pin cylinder removal. Very good bore. The action would work fine if the trigger had a new return spring. Case colored hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. Balance of the metal retains 98% shiny and fairly clean factory nickel. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R   79A.      First of a lot of 2.   Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# 46107. A vintage 6 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Spur-less factory hammer. Automatic ejector. Bore will clean to, maybe, good. Excellent action. Worn blued trigger guard. Dirty, blotchy, factory nickel plating. Good checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

R   79B.     Second of the lot.  Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# G60089. A real good example of this vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Spur-less factory hammer. Automatic ejector. Poor bore. Excellent action. Blued trigger guard. Dirty, blotchy, factory nickel plating. Good checkered black “target” logo grips. A perfect match to the revolver above! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R      80.     Remington “Apache 77” ser.# A2341602. Another version of the famous “Nylon 66” but this one has a clip and was manufactured in 1987 for sales through the K-Mart chain. 20” barrel. Original sights. Matte black metal finish. Checkered green Zytel plastic/nylon stock with a black pistol grip cap and fore-end tip. Very light handling marks but appears to be new/like new in the original, somewhat tattered, original box. No papers. SOLD FOR: 190.00

      81A.     First of a lot of 2. Belgian double action ser.# n/a. Antique 5 shot solid frame revolver chambered in a short .44 cal. cartridge, possibly .44 Russian or .44 Webley. 2 & 7/8th inch barrel made as an integral part of the frame. Fixed sights. Swing open loading gate. Center pin mounted extractor rod. Good/very good bore. Action not working correctly. 70% factory nickel, 30% rust, peeling and scratches. Excellent fancy embossed black hard rubber “bird’s head” grips.

      81B.     Second of the lot. Forehand & Wadsworth mod. 1887 ser.# 47023. Antique 6 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Sticky, but working, automatic ejector. Fair/poor bore. Excellent, dirty, action. 56% factory nickel, 44% rust, dirt, scratches and peeling. Excellent black “F&W” logo grips. SOLD FOR: 110.00

        82.     Austrian single shot ser.# 11717. WW I era tip open, hammer fired, flare pistol of approx. 26mm. 9 & 1/8 inch round barrel has an octagon breech section. Under lever opener fits flush with the trigger guard. Very good bore. Excellent action. Lots of proof marks along with the mark “LBJ”. Worn and cleaned dark gray metal. Good plain wooden grips. Lanyard ring intact. SOLD FOR: 180.00

R      83.     Harrington & Richardson “Trapper Model” ser.# 184960. Vintage, small, solid frame double action .22 revolver. 6” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal, the center pin appears to be home made. Excellent bore and excellent solid action. 88% factory blue overall but marred with rust, scratches, and a few spots of pitting.  Good checkered walnut “saw handle” target style grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R   84A.      First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 157871. Vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Concealed hammer. Automatic ejector. Very good bore and excellent solid action. Blued trigger guard. 85% factory nickel, 15% rust and scratches. Excellent checkered black grips with the “target” logo. (C&R)

R   84B.     Second of the lot. Iver Johnson “Safety Hammerless Automatic Revolver” ser.# 25649. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Concealed hammer. Safety tab in the trigger. Poor bore. Excellent action. Visible case colors on the trigger. Blued trigger guard. 94% bright factory nickel, 6% rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips with the “owl’s head” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 130.00

R      85.     Remington mod. 8A ser.# 36717. Vintage .35 Rem. semi-automatic sporting rifle made in 1915. Fixed box magazine. 22” barrel. Original front sight. Rear sight removed and the area covered with a “Marble” marked screw on blank made specifically for this model. Patent dated folding tang sight is, probably, also by Marbles. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Metal retains approx. 65% factory blue but it has scratches, cleaning wear, old rust and pit marks. Small takedown “swivel” in the forearm. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood shows a few hunting marks and was stripped of its finish. Pitted, cleaned, original metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 375.00

R      86.     Iver Johnson “Safety Hammerless Automatic Revolver” ser.# D41059. Vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Concealed hammer. Safety tab in the trigger. Excellent bore and action. Visible case colors on the trigger. 90% factory blue showing light rust and a few rub marks. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips with the “owl’s head” logo. Includes the original, tattered, box. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

        87.     Iver Johnson “American Bull Dog” ser.# 5662. Antique .32 S&W solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver. A pretty good example! 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Good/very good bore. Excellent action. 98% factory nickel turning “milky” in spots and showing just a hint of rust. Excellent checkered black grips with an embossed eagle clutching arrows. SOLD FOR: 95.00

R      88.     Harrington & Richardson “Premier” ser.# 152651. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Poor bore might clean a little better. Excellent action. Visible case colors on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 89% factory nickel, 11% rust. Checkered and embossed black grips, with the “target” logo, were repaired. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R      89.     Remington mod. 10C “Mohawk” ser.# 2297887. Semi-automatic .22 rifle with a clip. Manufactured in 1973. All original. Tang safety. Original sights, the front is covered with new rust. Grooved receiver cover. Rusty blued metal. Very good checkered Zytel nylon/plastic capped pistol grip stock has quite a few scratches, mostly on the fore-end. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 230.00

R      90.     High Standard mod. 103 “Sport King” ser.# 2113166. 1969 production, Hamden, CT made, semi-automatic .22 “plinking” pistol. 4 ½” barrel. Also includes a spare 6 ¾” barrel. Plunger barrel release. Semi-fixed rear sight. Excellent bores and action. 89% factory blue turning brown on the grip straps which also have old light rust. Same applies to the spare barrel which also has a little cleanable rust. Excellent checkered dark brown plastic grips. SOLD FOR: 230.00

R   91A.      First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 118112. Vintage small frame 7 shot .22 double action solid frame pocket revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Poor bore might clean a bit better. Action works fine but watch out for faulty cylinder indexing. Worn blued trigger guard. 63% factory nickel, 37% flaking and rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R)

R   91B.     Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 1836. Vintage small frame 5 shot .32 S&W double action solid frame pocket revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Good bore. Very good, but dry and dirty, action. Worn blued trigger guard. 88% factory nickel, 12% dirt and rust. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R      92.     Remington mod. 10C “Mohawk” ser.# 2472504. Semi-automatic .22 rifle with a clip. Manufactured in 1975. All original. Tang safety. Original sights. Grooved receiver cover. Fairly clean blued metal. Excellent checkered Zytel nylon/plastic capped pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. Rifle might be unfired and is in the original box but has no papers. SOLD FOR: 290.00

R      93.     Valor mod. SM-11 ser.# 112570. A pre-1968 German made hammerless semi-automatic pocket pistol chambered in .25 ACP. 2 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Excellent bore and action. Gloss black metal finish. Checkered black plastic grips with an “SM” logo. Pistol shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 95.00

R      94.     Marlin-Glenfield mod. 60 ser.# 24423389. .22 semi-automatic rifle with a tubular magazine. Open sights, missing the rear step. Grooved alloy receiver. 22” barrel. Manual bolt hold open. Excellent bore and action. Metal retains most of its blue and black finish, with just a little rust. Excellent “squirrel” impressed checkered hardwood Monte Carlo stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a moldy leather sling in QD swivels. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R      95.     Marlin mod. 25N ser.# 06501843. Bolt action .22 rifle missing the clip, available at any good gun shop. 22” barrel. Open sights. 1” Tasco 4X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Excellent “Micro-Groove” bore. Excellent action. 98% factory blue with scattered light rust. Excellent impressed checkered hardwood Monte Carlo stock. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 110.00

R      96.     Star-C.A.I. mod. A ser.# 354345/05263. 9mm Largo single action semi-automatic military pistol. Made in 1950. Import marked but the original configuration. Slide has the scarce Spanish Air Force stamping. Pistol strongly resembles a Colt Government Model but doesn’t have a grip safety. 5” barrel. Semi-fixed rear sight. Thumb safety. Checkered arched mainspring housing. Very good bore. Excellent action. Old looking metal finish is 89%, rust residue covered and edge worn, factory blue. Very good original checkered walnut grips. Includes a spare magazine and the importer’s box. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 230.00

R      97.     Brno mod. 98/29 ser.# C07501. A model 98 Mauser bolt action military rifle chambered in 8X57mm. Made in Czechoslovakia, in the 1930s, for a Persian contract. Lightly import marked but the original configuration and has a matching bolt. Persian lion crest on the receiver ring. Poor bore might clean a little better. Like new action. Fairly clean metal retains 98% arsenal blue, the bolt left in the white. Very good hand guard and full length matching stock have dings and scratches but the finish appears to be original. Correct butt plate and sling swivels. A fine example in this condition. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 375.00

R      98.     Carl Gustaf-Sarco mod. 96 ser.# 240619. Quality Swedish made Mauser bolt action military rifle chambered in 6.5X55mm. Receiver dated 1909. Import marked but the original configuration and all matching. Good bore. Excellent action. Clean metal has 85% arsenal blue, wearing thin on the barrel and floor plate/trigger guard. Bolt finished in the white. Very good plain walnut hand guard and matching full length stock. Wood has the usual dings and scratches but no real damage. Brass disc in the butt. Correct swivels and butt plate. A fine example! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R      99.     Russian-C.A.I. mod. 91/38 ser.# 17229. Import marked but original and matching. A bolt action 7.62X54mmR military carbine dated 1900. 21” barrel with open sights. Hexagonal receiver. All markings retained at the breech. Good bore. Excellent action. Bolt finished in the white. 98+%, clean, arsenal blue. Excellent light colored wooden hand guard and matching full length stock. Correct metal butt plate. Also an excellent example! SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    100.     Yugoslavian-GP Trading M98/48N ser.# J1247. Captured model 98 German 8X57mm bolt action military short rifle reworked by the Yugoslavs for their own use. Marked “Preduzece 44” on the side. Yugoslav crest on the receiver. Import marked but the original configuration and appears to be matching. Poor bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains 90% edge worn refurbish blue. Excellent hand guard and full length, matching number, stock. Original metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R    101.     British-C.A.I. mod. Sht LE III ser.# 53594. Import marked .303 Brit. bolt action military rifle with a detachable magazine. Dated 1918. Original configuration and appears to be matching. Good bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal has 98% satin black arsenal finish. Excellent wooden hand guard and two piece, full length, stock. Correct swivels and brass butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 375.00

      102.     Dutch Beaumont mod. 1871/88 ser.# 1448. Antique 11.3X51mmR bolt action military rifle featuring the arsenal replacement Vitali magazine box to make this a repeater. Original configuration but missing the cleaning rod. Barrel dated 1877. The bolt matches the receiver number but these don’t match the barrel number??? For their age, the bore and action are both excellent. Clean metal has an old re-blue and most of the blue remains. Excellent full length walnut stock has a “Maastricht 1877” cartouche. Correct swivels and butt plate. SOLD FOR: 275.00

R    103.     British-I.A.C. mod. No. 4 MK 2 ser.# 26554. Import marked .303 Brit. bolt action military rifle with a detachable box magazine. Appears to be matching and the original configuration, including the sights. Receiver dated 1949. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. 98% black metal finish does have scratches. Excellent wooden hand guard and full length two piece stock. Wood has light dings and scratches. Brass butt plate with an empty trap. Includes a correct style web strap and a spike bayonet. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R    104.     Russian-O.D.I mod. SVT-40 ser.# 6451. Tiny import marks on this 7.62X54mmR semi-automatic military rifle. Manufactured in 1943 at the Tula Arsenal. Original configuration. Matching serial number scratched on all parts. Detachable box magazine. Cleaning rod, muzzle brake, bayonet lug and sling swivels all intact. Poor bore might clean a bit better. Excellent action. Clean metal retains 98% arsenal blue, with a few parts starting to turn plum color. Excellent hardwood hand guard and full length stock. Correct butt plate. A very good example! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,000.00

R    105.     byf (Mauser)-C.A.I. mod. K98 ser.# 9893c. Only a fair example of this 1944 dated 8X57mm German bolt action military rifle. Import marked and mismatched but the correct configuration. Missing the cleaning rod and one action screw. Poor bore. Excellent action. Dark brown metal with light pitting and old rust residue. Fair/good, worn, laminated hand guard and full length stock. Correct style metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R    106.     Remington mod. 1917 ser.# 518381. .30-06 bolt action military rifle manufactured in 1918. Rebuilt at the Raritan Arsenal and the stock so marked. Correct barrel dated 8-18. Original sights, swivels and butt plate with an empty trap. Fair bore should clean a little better. Excellent action. 95% refurb blue with light wear and a few rust dots. Excellent walnut hand guard and matching full length stock. Very visible proof marks in the wood along with several dings. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 675.00

R    107.     Russian-C.A.I. mod. SKS ser.# 1766. All original and matching but import marked 7.62X39mm semi-automatic military carbine made in 1950 at the Tula Arsenal. Folding blade bayonet. Fixed box magazine. Original sights. Like new bore and action. Clean metal has 99% black arsenal finish. Excellent hand guard and stock with a thick varnish finish that could be correct. Stock has an XXXd out number and is stamped with the current serial number. Metal butt plate has the cleaning tools in the trap. Includes an original style web strap. These carbines have become a blue chip investment! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 625.00

R    108.     Springfield Armory mod. M-1 “Garand” ser.# 1046484. .30-06 semi-automatic U.S. military rifle, the receiver made in 1942. Tiny unreadable import marks on the barrel. Springfield barrel dated 8-63. NM stamped operating bar. Springfield bolt. Stamped trigger group. Original sights. Fair bore might clean better. Excellent clean action. Clean metal has 89% thinning Parkerizing. Very good/excellent walnut hand guard and full length stock. Wood has a coat of newer finish. Correct swivels and butt plate with an empty trap. Includes a web strap. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 700.00

R    109.     Mossberg mod. 83 ser.# n/a. Vintage bolt action .410 shotgun with a fixed box magazine. 24” barrel. 3” chamber. Very unusual replacement takedown bolt. Excellent bore and action. Blued metal is getting a brownish tint and has a coat of old rust residue. Excellent plain hardwood stock. Metal butt plate. Sling swivels might be original?? (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

R    110.     Winchester mod. 47 ser.# n/a. Only a fair example of this rather scarce self cocking bolt action .22 single shot rifle. 25” barrel. Original sights. Side of the receiver drilled for a scope mount. Automatic safety. If it is operated correctly, the action works fine. Excellent bore. Worn gray/brown metal may have been rubbed with cold blue. Good plain walnut stock has a patch of nasty scratches and two swivel holes. Very good dirty butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R    111.     Ruger mod. BN36 “Blackhawk” ser.# 31-42880. Old model .357 single action, 6 shot, revolver made approx. 1973. Factory converted to the new style, safer, action. 6 ½” barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Extractor rod mounted on the side of the barrel. Swing out loading gate. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 99% factory blue and black finish. Only a very faint cylinder line. Excellent plain walnut grips have a light scuff on one panel. Old parts not included. Gun doesn’t show a lot of use. SOLD FOR: 290.00

R    112.     Phoenix Arms mod. HP22 ser.# 4021111. Compact hammer fired .22 semi-auto. pistol made in California. 3” barrel. Ventilated rib. Semi-adjustable rear sight. Twin safeties. Excellent bore and action. Satin nickel metal finish. Checkered black plastic grips. Gun shows little use and is in the original box with instructions. SOLD FOR: 180.00

R    113.     Remington mod. 510-P “Targetmaster” ser.# n/a. Self cocking .22 bolt action single shot rifle made in 1962. 25” barrel. Missing all the factory sights but has a vintage Weaver G4 ¾” scope mounted on the side of the receiver. Excellent bore and action. Automatic safety. 95% factory blue has a few spots turning brown, a little old rust residue and a former owner’s name scratched on the trigger guard. Excellent plain walnut stock was probably refinished. Non-factory swivel studs. Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 130.00

R    114.     Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 596379. Takedown slide action 16 ga. field grade shotgun made in 1929. 28” plain barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Full choke. Replacement screw at the end of the magazine tube. Modified safety button. Excellent bore and action. Metal finish doesn’t have a lot of rust but there are spots of pitting and it shows extreme wear, retaining approx 25% factory blue. Very good grooved walnut forearm with very little finish. Poor cracked, repaired and worn scant pistol grip butt stock with a replacement butt plate to a shortened 13 ½’’ pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    115.     Ruger mod. 10/22 ser.# 119-33470. Semi-automatic .22 carbine with a detachable rotary magazine. 18 ½” barrel. Open sights. Manual bolt hold open. Excellent bore and action. 98% clean factory blue and black metal finish. Former owners S.S. number scratched on top of the receiver. Very good/excellent plain walnut stock with several scratches. Excellent plastic carbine style butt plate. Includes a 7/8th inch Weaver 4X scope mounted on the factory provided base. SOLD FOR: 240.00

R    116.     CZ-C.A.I. mod. 52 ser.# V11260. Excellent example of this import marked Czech made single action semi-automatic pistol. Originally chambered in 7.62X25mm but has a new 4 ½” barrel chambered in 9mm Luger. Semi-fixed rear sight. New bore. Excellent like new action. 100% clean new refurb. gloss and matte blue. Excellent grooved dark brown original plastic grips. Includes the shipper’s box, a leather flap holster, spare magazine, cleaning rod and instructions. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 280.00

      117.     Marlin Firearms Co. “Ballard” ser.# 32390. Antique single shot lever action falling block hammer fired target rifle. Strongly resembles the No. 4 ½ A-1 model, with variances. Single trigger has a checkered face. Slightly tapered 32” round barrel measures ¾” across the muzzle. A .32-40 cartridge will chamber but the actual caliber should be determined by a chamber cast. The original wind gauge front sight is slightly damaged and is missing the aperture and small parts. Original elevation adjustable tang sight. Full loop lever. Fair bore with very visible rifling. Excellent crisp solid action. Barrel retains 90% factory satin blue, with scattered light old rust residue, and features engraved panels at the breech. Muzzle has an engraved band. Only faint traces of case color on the factory engraved frame. Engraving is beautiful scrolls with an elk in a circle on one side and a deer in a circle on the other. Lever worn to smooth gray. Very good/excellent slim checkered walnut forearm, with a horn tip and most of the original varnish. Matching “S” shaped pistol grip, perch belly, stock has no cheek piece. Wood shows small dings and scratches but no real damage and still has most of the factory finish. Swiss style metal butt plate. Because of the wide choice of models made in the Ballard line, interested buyers should preview this rifle to determine the actual model. Gun was used but never altered. A real prize!! Additonal Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7 SOLD FOR: 7,000.00

R    118.     D. W. M. mod. Gew 98 ser.# 797. Vintage German 8X57mm bolt action military rifle dated 1916. Appears to have been altered into short rifle configuration by some obscure arsenal. 24” barrel. Front sight is on a short sleeve installed on the muzzle. 2000 meter rear sight. Turned down bolt handle. Mismatched bolt. Missing the cleaning rod. Fair dark bore. Excellent action. Metal finish is a worn blue/gray. Very good hand guard and matching full length stock. Wood has light scratches and a heavily worn newer coat of varnish that also extends over the metal in some spots. Correct swivels and metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

      119.     Unknown maker double barrel ser.# n/a. Antique 12 ga. percussion side by side shotgun with back action locks. 27 ½” barrels. Broad flat rib. Wooden ramrod. Fair rusty bores. Very good action. Worn gray/brown metal with cold blue. Very good stock held at the front with a replacement wedge pin. Wood has been “fancied up” with re-pointed checkering and sheet copper embellishments. Original metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 120.00

R    120.     Savage mod. 99EG ser.# 544762. Solid frame lever action .300 Sav. rifle made in 1949. 24” barrel. Open sights, the rear is a folding replacement. Internal brass cartridge counter rotary magazine. Safety by the lever. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Lots of factory case color on the lever. 97% factory blue has a little widely scattered rust. Excellent checkered walnut Schnabel tipped forearm. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock. Non–factory sling swivels and a recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. Includes a 4X Bushnell scope in Weaver flip over rings. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 550.00

      121.     American Standard Tool Co. “Pocket Revolver” ser.# 2449. Antique single action 7 shot .22 spur trigger revolver made by the Manhattan Firearms Co. 3 & 1/8th inch octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Barrel is supposed to tip up for loading and case extraction but this one is locked up with rust. Ejector pin mounted below the barrel. Poor bore and action. Worn, pitted, wire brushed steel parts. Brass frame still has quite a bit of original silver plating, turned black. Original “saw handle” square butt walnut grips have cracks and nicks, but also lots of original finish. SOLD FOR: 140.00

R    122.     Remington mod. 14 ½ ser.# 44177. Desirable slide action takedown rifle chambered in .38-40. Full length tubular magazine. 22 ½” barrel. Replacement rear sight but original otherwise. Like new bore. Excellent action. Metal has use marks, a little old rust residue, and retains 65% thin original blue, showing much wear and browning in spots. Very good grooved walnut cigar shaped forearm. Matching scant pistol grip butt stock is loose and shows much finish wear but is still very good, although very dark. Chipped hard rubber butt plate with the “UMC” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,250.00

R    123.     Ithaca mod. 37 “Featherlight” ser.# 585246. Bottom ejecting takedown 16 ga. pump shotgun made in 1955. Matching number plain 28” modified choke barrel. Ray-Bar front bead. 2 ¾” chamber. Excellent bore and action. Metal shows hunting use, with tiny rust dots, carry wear and light scratches. Approx. 78% factory blue remains. Excellent grooved walnut forearm. Matching plain pistol grip stock has mildew spots and light hunting marks. Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 250.00

R    124.     Marlin mod. 81-DL ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine. 24” barrel is missing the front sight hood. Receiver sight is missing. Side of the receiver drilled for a scope mount (not included). Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. All of the factory chrome is still on the bolt. 95% factory blue has a smattering of light rust. Very good mildew spotted plain walnut stock with factory swivels and two extra swivel holes. Chipped original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R    125.     Marlin mod. 100 ser.# n/a. Bolt action manually cocked .22 single shot rifle. 22” barrel has the original sights. Excellent “Micro-Groove” bore. Very good action. Most of the factory chrome still on the bolt. 90% slightly thinning blue with a little scattered rust. Excellent plain walnut stock has lots of mildew spots. Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R    126.     Mossberg mod. 500A ser.# K359180. Takedown 12 ga. pump shotgun with a fully rifled 24” barrel, 3” chamber, and a compact Bushnell 4X??? scope, in Weaver rings, mounted on the cantilever base. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. 90% factory blue and black metal finish. Almost like new impressed checkered hardwood forearm and matching plain pistol grip stock. Slightly deteriorating factory recoil pad. Quick detachable swivels. SOLD FOR: 240.00

      127.     American Standard Tool Co. “Pocket Revolver” ser.# 34914. Antique single action 7 shot .22 spur trigger revolver made by the Manhattan Firearms Co. 3 & 1/8th inch octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Barrel tips up for loading and case extraction. Ejector pin mounted below the barrel. Fair bore.  Poor action. Worn to gray, lightly pitted, steel parts. Mellow brass frame has no silver plating remaining. Original “saw handle” square butt walnut grips have a large chip from one panel. SOLD FOR: 85.00

      128.     Armsport “Hawken” ser.# 32405. Modern Italian made single shot muzzle loading .50 cal. flintlock short rifle. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Excellent bore. Excellent action features working double set triggers. Case colored lock. Clean blued barrel. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Otherwise excellent, gloss finished, light colored cheek piece stock has a small hole at the lock plate. Includes a spare metal ramrod and other shooting accessories. SOLD FOR: 210.00

      129.     Thompson Center “Black Diamond XR” ser.# R4955. Modern .50 caliber muzzle loading single shot inline percussion rifle that uses 209 size primers for ignition. 27” round barrel is missing the sights. Metal ramrod. Like new bore and action. Blued metal. Checkered black synthetic capped pistol grip stock. Factory swivel studs and rubber recoil pad. Gun shows very little use. Includes a 3-9X Tasco scope in factory quick detachable mounts, a polymer ramrod, and quite a few other shooting accessories. SOLD FOR: 130.00

      130.     Thompson Center “Pennsylvania Hunter” ser.# 5985. Modern U.S. made single shot .50 cal. muzzle loading flintlock rifle. 31” part round, part octagon, barrel with adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Hooked breech for easy cleaning. Excellent bright bore. Single trigger. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Clean blued metal. Excellent plain walnut straight grip stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Wood shows a few handling marks but the gun was meticulously maintained and is excellent overall. Includes a spare ramrod and a bundle of accessories. SOLD FOR: 230.00

R    131.     Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 192143. Vintage small frame 5 shot .32 S&W double action solid frame pocket revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal but the pin is stuck. Good bore. Action works fine but the cylinder doesn’t index properly. Worn blued trigger guard. Traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. 97% shiny factory nickel showing a few scratches. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R    132.     J. Stevens A & T Co. “Favorite” ser.# H424. An all original example of this vintage takedown  .22 single shot lever action falling block “boy’s” rifle. 22” part round, part octagon, barrel. Open sights. Poor bore. Excellent action. Smooth dark brown metal finish with light scratches and scattered light rust. Very good/excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood has scratches, a chip, and light dings but retains lots of original finish. Chipped original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R    133.     Stevens mod. 58B ser.# n/a. Bolt action .410 shotgun with a detachable magazine. 24” barrel. 3” chamber. Improved modified choke. Excellent bore and action. Worn original black paint on the alloy trigger guard. 98% factory blue with scattered light cleanable rust. Excellent plain hardwood stock showing quite a bit of finish wear. Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R    134.     Mexican mod. 1910 ser.# 7643. Small ring model 98 style Mauser action re-barreled with a new 22 ½” sporter barrel chambered in .308 Win. Made without sights. Bolt handle altered to clear a scope. Top of the receiver cleaned up and drilled for scope mount bases (not included). Original trigger and safety. 99% of a professional re-blue. No wood. Only needs a good stock to be a fine rifle. SOLD FOR: 95.00

R    135.     Thompson Center “Encore” ser.# 101521. Modern tip open action fired by a hammer. Currently, the frame has a “209X50 Magnum” barrel installed. This is an inline .50 cal muzzle loader barrel that uses size 209 primers for ignition. 20 ½” long, factory ported, with a fiber optic front sight. No rear sight but there is a fully camouflaged Traditions 3-9X scope, in lever locking rings, on a Weaver style mount base. Metal ramrod. Like new bore and action. Blued metal. Checkered and factory camouflaged synthetic forearm and matching Monte Carlo stock. Swivel studs and a factory recoil pad. Includes a second muzzle loading 12 ga. shotgun barrel with a fiber optic front sight and a satin finished 2-7X Leupold scope in a top mount. One screw in choke tube. Metal ramrod. Excellent bore. Also with a factory camouflaged finish. The stock has a short crack at the lower tang but overall the gun shows little use. This frame will be registered as a long gun and may never be legally used to assemble a handgun. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R    136.     Phoenix Arms mod. HP22A ser.# 4242824. Compact hammer fired .22 semi-auto. pistol made in California. 3” barrel. Ventilated rib. Semi-adjustable rear sight. Twin safeties. Excellent bore and action. Satin nickel metal finish. Checkered black plastic grips. Gun shows little use and is in the original box with instructions, trigger lock, and a fine leather Don Hume holster. SOLD FOR: 200.00

R    137.     Remington mod. 870 “Express Super Magnum” ser.# D861832A. A like new 12 ga. takedown pump shotgun with a 26” barrel, one screw in choke tube, a 3 ½” chamber that will fire any 12 ga. shell made, and a ventilated rib. Perfect bore. The new lockable action has no “keys” but it is unlocked. Entire gun, metal and checkered synthetic forearm and stock, are factory camouflaged. Factory swivel studs and recoil pad. Includes a 1.5-4.5X Bushnell “Elite” scope mounted correctly on the factory drilled top. Gun shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    138.     Ruger mod. 77 ser.# 74-86574. Bolt action sporting rifle manufactured in 1980. Heavy 24” barrel chambered in .280 Rem. Made without sights and has two holes for a scope block (not included. Tang safety. Top of the receiver machined to accept Ruger scope rings (included). Satin black alloy hinged floor plate and trigger guard. Excellent shiny bore. Like new action. Very clean metal retains 99++% factory blue and black finish. Excellent checkered walnut stock with a solid red rubber Ruger butt pad. Gun show very little use. SOLD FOR: 650.00

R    139.     Franchi “Veloce SP” ser.# DU-03430. Beautiful Italian made light weight 28 ga. superposed shotgun. This is a “Ducks Unlimited” edition and is so marked on the receiver. 26” barrels, central and upper ventilated ribs, 2 ¾” chambers, and two screw in choke tubes. Single selective trigger. Automatic ejectors. Gloss blued barrels. Coin finished and engraved receiver with inlaid gold ducks. Gold plated trigger. Engraved trigger guard. Checkered walnut forearm held with a blued engraved latch. Matching pistol grip stock has a checkered contrasting walnut butt plate. Fantastic gun was test fired but is absolutely like new overall and includes the hard case, papers, lock and accessories. SOLD FOR: 1,650.00

R    140.     Winchester mod. 52D ser.# 122387D. .22 bolt action heavy single shot target rifle made in 1966. 27 ½’’ barrel measures 7/8th inch across the muzzle. Features include a Redfield “International Match” front sight, Redfield “Olympic” receiver sight, long 10X Unertl scope with an adjustable 1 ½” objective and a recoil spring, adjustable aluminum butt plate with a rubber pad, a palm rail with a home made wooden palm stop and sling swivel, and an adjustable trigger. Like new bore and action. Fairly clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut stock shows light handling marks. Includes a bag full of related accessories. If you don’t mind shooting into one hole on a target all day long, this is the gun for you! SOLD FOR: 1,550.00

R    141.     Mossberg mod. 283A ser.# n/a. Bolt action .410 shotgun with an internal magazine. 22” barrel. 3” chamber. Full choke screw on choke tube. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. 98% factory blue with just a hint of cleanable light rust. Very good refinished plain hardwood Monte Carlo stock has two filled swivel holes. Excellent butt plate. Includes a choke wrench and a spare modified choke tube. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R    142.     Marlin mod. 30AS ser.# 07003072. .30-30 lever action carbine with a tubular magazine. 20” barrel. Original sights. Hammer blocking push button safety. Excellent “Micro-Groove” bore. Excellent action. 98% factory blue with a few scratches and scattered light rust. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Butt stock has lots of fine scratches in the finish. Includes a 3-9X Bushnell scope in see through rings and a broad camo. nylon carrying strap in QD swivels. SOLD FOR: 280.00

R    143.     Ishapore mod. Sht LE III ser.# 15810. Formally a bolt action British service rifle, made in 1929, but altered by the Indian arsenal into a single shot .410 foraging shotgun. Receiver stamped “410 RFI 1949”. Magazine box opening correctly filled with a wooden block. Original sights. Bright like new bore. Chamber length unknown. These were originally chambered for the .410 Indian Musket cartridge but this one was, most likely, converted again to standard .410. If it chambers a regular .410 shell it should be fine but the chamber length should be checked. Excellent action. 98%, clean, refurb. blue. Excellent cleaned hardwood hand guard and full length two piece stock. Original swivels and brass butt plate with an empty trap. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 300.00

R    144.     Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 5025871. .30-30 lever action top eject carbine with a tubular magazine. Made in 1982. 20” barrel. Original sights, missing the front hood. Excellent bore and action. 97% factory blue with a touch of light cleaned rust on the receiver. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Never drilled for sling swivels. Excellent butt plate. Includes a lightly rusted U.S. made Weaver 1.5-4.5X scope in a side mount that required no extra holes. SOLD FOR: 300.00

R    145.     Browning mod. BPS “Field” ser.# 03868PX192. Top quality takedown, bottom ejecting, 20 ga. pump shotgun made in Japan. 28” barrel, 3” chamber, and full choke. Ventilated rib. Excellent bore and action. 99+% fairly clean gloss blued metal. Excellent gloss finished checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. One dot of rust on the receiver and a few light scratches in the wood but this gun shows only limited use. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R    146.     Smith & Wesson mod. 19-5 ser.# 147K151. .357 double action medium frame revolver made in 1982. 6” barrel. Red ramp front sight and an adjustable white outline rear sight. 6 shot swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. Case colored target hammer and trigger. 98% factory blue peppered with scattered rust. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr target grips. SOLD FOR: 425.00

R    147.     Beretta mod. 84F ser.# E23989Y. Top quality single or double action, Italian made, semi-automatic pistol chambered in .380 ACP. 13 round magazine. 3 ¾” barrel. Semi-fixed white dot sights. Ambidextrous hammer de-cocking safety. Perfect bore and action. Matte black metal finish. Checkered black plastic grips. A few light handling marks but the gun looks close to new. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R    148.     Smith & Wesson mod. 36 ser.# J869036. Small frame snub nose .38 Special 5 shot revolver made in 1981. Swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. 2” inch pinned barrel. Fixed sights. Excellent bore and action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 98% fairly clean factory blue with a hint of muzzle wear and a few light scratches. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr combat grips. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    149.     Smith & Wesson mod. 10-7 ser.# 8D54004. Double action medium frame revolver chambered in .38 Special. Manufactured in 1981. 4” pinned barrel. Fixed sights. Manual extractor. 6 shot swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 98% factory blue shows scattered light rust. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr target grips. SOLD FOR: 200.00

R    150.     Smith & Wesson mod. 586 ser.# AAH0252. 6 shot “L” frame .357 double action revolver made approx. 1982. 6” lugged barrel. Manual extractor. Red ramp front sight. Adjustable rear sight. Swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 99% factory blue with scattered dots of rust. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr target grips. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R    151.     Smith & Wesson mod. 19-2 ser.# K756485. .357 double action, snub nose, medium frame revolver made in 1967. 2 ½” barrel. Adjustable rear sight. 6 shot swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 99% clean factory gloss blue. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr combat grips. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R    152.     Colt “Diamondback’’ ser.# P46180. Desirable small frame 6 shot .38 Special double action revolver made in 1982. 6” barrel has a full lug and a ventilated rib. Adjustable rear sight. Manual extractor. Swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Sides of the hammer have cleaned light rust stains. One pit mark on the barrel lug. Otherwise, 99% factory blue. Excellent replacement checkered black rubber Pachmayr combat grips. SOLD FOR: 700.00

R    153.     Savage mod. 24J-DL ser.# n/a. Popular superposed break open combination gun chambered .22 Win. Mag. RF over 3” 20 ga.  Made in 1966. Joined barrels. Small adjustable rear sight. Upper barrel grooved to accept a clamp on scope mount. Selector on the hammer. Bores will clean to excellent. Excellent action. Barrels have 98% factory blue and small patches of cleanable rust. Coin finished, machine engraved, receiver and trigger guard. Frame has a few small black pit marks at the breech. Gold colored trigger. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip Monte Carlo stock have light hunting marks. Excellent butt plate. Includes a soft case. A very fine example! SOLD FOR: 425.00

R    154.     Winchester mod. 67 ser.# n/a. A very good example of this .22 bolt action single shot manually cocked rifle. 27” barrel. Original sights. Exposed takedown screw. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. 97% factory blue getting thin on the barrel and browning on the trigger guard. Most of the factory chrome still on the bolt and trigger. Very good/excellent plain walnut stock has a fluted fore-end. Excellent butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

      155.     Richards hammer double ser.# n/a. Antique Belgian made 12 ga. side by side with back action locks, exposed hammers, under lever opener that wraps around the side, and 30” “Laminated” steel barrels. Fair pitted bores. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal has old rust residue. Fair, very worn, checkered walnut forearm, held with a wedge pin, is missing the ebony tip. Very good, also worn, matching straight grip stock has scratches and a small repair. Correct metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 90.00

R    156.     Savage-Springfield mod. 67H ser.# n/a. 12 ga. solid frame pump shotgun made in 1967. 28” plain barrel. Modified choke and a 3” chamber. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 95% factory blue and black finish. Excellent grooved hardwood forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Wood finish has quite a bit of wear but there is no real damage. SOLD FOR: 140.00

R    157.     J. C. Higgins mod. 583.15 ser.# n/a. 20 ga. bolt action shotgun made for Sears by High Standard. Tubular magazine. 26” barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Modified choke. Excellent bore and action. Metal has a few dots of rust and light hunting scratches but retains approx. 90% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut stock with a poor finish. Deteriorating factory recoil pad. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R    158.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 622 ser.# BB004926. Basic solid frame .22 double action revolver made in the late 1980s. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. 6 round cylinder easily removed by pulling the center pin. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 90% factory satin and matte blue, thinning on the cylinder and showing a pronounced cylinder line. Excellent checkered black plastic round butt grips. SOLD FOR: 80.00

R    159.     Forehand Arms Co. mod. 1896 ser.# 65969. Vintage 12 ga. single shot hammer gun. 30” “Fine Decarbonized Steel” barrel. Automatic ejector. Chamber measures less than 2 ¾”. Fair pitted bore. Very good action. Dark brown metal with light old rust residue. Poor chipped and scratched wood. Missing the butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

R    160.     IGA-Stoeger “Uplander” ser.# 459091. Good quality hammerless box lock side by side shotgun made in Brazil. Chambered in 3” .410. 26” barrels choked full and full. Matted rib. Double triggers and extractors. Blued metal. Checkered hardwood beavertail forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Shotgun is new in the box with papers. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    161.     Marlin mod. 19 ser.# 74966. Vintage 12 ga. takedown slide action shotgun with a hammer. 26” plain barrel. Chamber length unknown. Modified choke. Fair lightly pitted bore. Excellent action. Worn and cleaned, rust spotted, gray metal has no original finish remaining. Fair, worn and cracked, grooved walnut forearm. Fair cracked, worn and scratched, matching stock with a poorly installed recoil pad to 13 ¼” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R    162.     U. S. Revolver Co. top break ser.# 87103. Not a bad looking example of this vintage .32 S&W double action revolver made by Iver Johnson. Concealed hammer. 2” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Fair/good pitted bore. Action works fine but the cylinder doesn’t index correctly and the firing pin and bushing are not in the gun but are included. Blued trigger guard. 89% bright factory nickel, 11% rust and peeling. Excellent checkered black “U. S.” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 40.00

R    163.     William Moore & Co. hammer double ser.# n/a. Vintage wall hanger side lock 12 ga. side by side shotgun made in Belgium. 29 ¾” “Damascus” steel barrels. Bores might clean to good or better. Poor action. Dark brown, rusty, dinged metal. Crude replacement trigger guard. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a latch. Fair/good matching round knob pistol grip stock. Rusty original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R    164.     J. C. Higgins mod. 583.1 ser.# n/a. 12 ga. bolt action shotgun made by High Standard. Tubular magazine. 28” barrel. Bore will clean to good or better. Excellent action. 95% factory blue with a little scattered light rust. Excellent plain walnut stock with a bit of finish wear. Factory recoil pad. Caution advised! Years ago Sears determined these guns were unsafe and offered a refund or gift card for the return of just the bolt. Contact Sears & Roebuck to see if this offer still stands. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R    165.     Savage mod. 99G ser.# 299813. .300 Savage takedown hammerless lever action rifle made in 1927. 24” barrel. Replaced rear sight. Brass cartridge counter internal rotary magazine. Safety by the lever. Good bore. Excellent action. Metal shows hunting use, with scratches and edge wear, but is mostly rust free and retains 87% factory blue. Traces of case color on the lever. Good/very good checkered walnut forearm with a Schnabel tip. Matching capped pistol grip stock shows scratches, a small chunk off the toe, and finish wear. Correct grooved metal butt plate with the “Indian head” logo. Includes a 3-9X Bushnell scope in see through mounts. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 220.00

R    166.     Belgian hammer double ser.# 18610. Wall hanger 16 ga. side by side with back action locks and exposed hammers. A step up from what is usually seen but in poor condition. 27 ½” barrels of “Krupp” steel. Poor bores. Action not working. Lock plate screw missing and the end of one plate is cracked. Side plates and frame nicely engraved but it is difficult to see under all the old rust and wear. Dark brown worn metal. Crudely re-soldered sling swivel beneath the barrels and one in the stock toe line. Poor wood. Poor worm eaten horn butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 30.00

      167.     CMC pepperbox ser.# 5194P. Modern, very crude, 4 shot revolving barrel double action, percussion, bar hammer revolver. 3 ½” barrel group of approx. .32 caliber. Probably assembled from a kit. Smooth bores. Conventional trigger. Action not working. Dirty brass frame. Balance of the metal in the white, with light rust. Excellent plain walnut grip. SOLD FOR: 60.00

      168.     F. Llipietta mod. 1860 ser.# P104831. Modern Italian reproduction of the original antique Colt .44 cal. 6 shot percussion single action “Army” revolver. 8” barrel. Excellent bore and action. Brass trigger guard/grip frame. Case colored steel frame, loading rod, hammer and trigger. One extended screw in the frame, for mounting a shoulder stock, is missing. Roll engraved cylinder. Balance of the metal blued. Perfect one piece walnut grip. Revolver was probably never fired. SOLD FOR: 120.00

      169.     Connecticut Valley Arms mod. 1860?? ser.# 31292. . Modern Italian reproduction of the original antique Colt .44 cal. 6 shot percussion single action “Army” revolver. Possibly assembled from a kit. 8” barrel missing the front sight. Excellent bore and action. Brass frame and trigger guard/grip frame. Wedge is missing the screw. Roll engraved cylinder is missing the nipples. Balance of the metal blued. Poorly finished and fit one piece walnut grip. Revolver was surely never fired. SOLD FOR: 140.00

R    170.     duv (Berliner-Lubecker Maschinenfabrik) mod. G.43 ser.# 9871. 8X57mm semi-automatic German military rifle dated 1944. The Nazi equivalent of the U.S. Garand. Detachable box magazine. A few mismatched parts but no import marks visible. Missing the cleaning rod. Original sights. Fair/poor bore. Very good action. Worn blue/gray metal with scattered light, newer and cleanable, rust. Excellent new reproduction hand guard and stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 700.00

      171.     Traditions “PA Pellet” ser.# 011770. Unusual name for this modern Spanish made single shot .50 cal. muzzle loading flintlock short rifle. 26” octagon barrel. Fiber optic adjustable sights. Metal ramrod. Single trigger. Rusty bore would improve with cleaning. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Blued metal. Checkered black synthetic straight grip stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Includes a broad camo. nylon/rubber carrying strap. Gun doesn’t show much use but the bore was poorly maintained. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    172.     Kassnar-Zabala “Windsor I”?? ser.# 96325. Hammerless box lock 20 ga. side by side made in Spain. 26” barrels, 3” chambers, choked modified and improved cylinder. Double triggers and extractors. Bores will clean to excellent. Automatic safety. Excellent action but there is a possibility the left firing pin is broken. Lightly engraved receiver. 89% factory blue with scattered very light rust, edge wear, and sanding scratches. Very good checkered walnut beavertail forearm held with a plunger. Matching capped pistol grip stock has a coat of extra varnish and a few scratches. Old recoil pad to 14 ¼” pull. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R    173.     Italian mod. 1891/41 ser.# OB7606. 6.5X52mm bolt action military rifle made at the A. Cremona Arsenal in 1943. 27” barrel is missing the front sight. Original rear sight. Also missing the bayonet lug/nose cap and one sling swivel. Poor bore. Excellent, dry, action. Metal finish ranges from arsenal blue to lightly rusted blue brown and the muzzle is covered with extra heavy rust. Good hardwood hand guard and full length stock with uncountable dings and scratches. Rusty correct butt plate. (C&R)    SOLD FOR: 65.00

      174.     Thompson Center “Hawken” ser.# K257311. Modern U.S. made single shot .50 caliber muzzle loading flintlock short rifle. Expertly assembled from a kit and rivals a factory assembled rifle. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Very good bore will probably clean better. Working double set triggers. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, nose cap, and trim. Professionally blued barrel. Excellent plain walnut stock. SOLD FOR: 260.00

R    175.     Franchi-Stoeger mod. 48AL ser.# A34271. Fine light weight Italian made 12 ga. takedown semi-automatic shotgun made in 1966. 28” barrel, 2 ¾” chamber, choked modified. Ventilated rib. Bright shiny bore, unfortunately, has a slight bulge approx. half way. Although unsightly and generally un-nerving, this will have little effect on shooting. Metal is clean but shows light scratches on the black alloy receiver. Blued barrel. Good/very good checkered walnut forearm has a few scratches and crushed checkering diamonds. Very good matching pistol grip stock has hunting scratches. Very good original butt plate. SOLD FOR: 130.00

R    176.     Savage mod. 99 ser.# 595410. .300 Sav. hammerless solid frame lever action rifle made approx. 1953. Steel rotary internal cartridge counter magazine. 24” barrel missing the sights. Redfield scope mount installed on top. Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal retains 90% factory blue, thinning at the carry points and showing a few light scratches. Traces of case color on the lever. Excellent refinished checkered walnut Schnabel forearm. Excellent replacement plain walnut pistol grip Monte Carlo stock with a cheek piece. Sling swivels and a solid rubber butt pad to 13 ½” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R    177.     Winchester mod. 96 “Expert” ser.# K357119. Fine quality 12 ga. superposed shotgun made by Kodensha in Japan. Actually, a plain version of the noted model 101 and much scarcer. 26” barrels choked modified and improved cylinder. 3” chambers. Single selective trigger and automatic ejectors. Bores will clean to excellent. Manual safety. Excellent solid action. 97% factory blue with traces of old rust residue on the receiver bottom and trigger guard. Excellent gloss finished checkered walnut forearm, held with a latch, and matching pistol grip stock. Finish shows scattered hunting marks. Pachmayr recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. SOLD FOR: 900.00

R    178.     J. C. Higgins mod. 20 ser.# n/a. Solid frame 12 ga. pump shotgun made for Sears by High Standard. 26 ½” barrel, 2 ¾” chamber, ventilated rib and a “POWerPAC” compensator with one medium range screw in choke tube. Magazine cut off lever on the side of the receiver. Excellent bore and excellent slick action. 70% worn blue/gray/brown metal finish with cleaning scratches and old cleaned rust residue. Very good grooved walnut forearm. Plain matching capped pistol grip stock has a couple of wrist cracks and several hunting scratches. Factory recoil pad. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

R    179.     Winchester mod. 1906 ser.# 578749. A working, but only fair, example of this slide action takedown hammer fired .22 rifle made in 1919. 20” barrel. Tubular magazine. Original sights, missing the rear step. Poor bore might clean a bit better. Excellent action. Worn gray metal covered with brown old rust residue. Fair, dinged and chipped, grooved gumwood forearm. Poor matching straight grip stock with cracks. Poor original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

      180.     Remington mod. 1868 ser.# n/a. Antique single shot military rifle assembled on a large number 1 rolling block action. Barrel is Belgian proofed and the rifle was made in Belgium for an Egyptian contract. Upper tang is Remington marked and dated in the style of the Belgian produced rolling blocks. Cyrillic markings on the barrel and frame along with a crescent moon symbol. Possibly chambered in .43 Egyptian. 34 ½” round barrel. Original sights, both quite worn and the rear slightly damaged. Good worn, bright, bore with strong rifling. Very good action. Cleaning rod is missing the head. Heavily worn gray/brown metal. Fair cracked and worn plain walnut full length forearm. Plain walnut straight grip stock looks too good to be original. Excellent semi-crescent metal butt plate might also be a replacement. SOLD FOR: 150.00

      181.     Italian “Zouave” ser.# 6887. Modern reproduction that has a passing resemblance to the antique Remington model 1863 single shot .58 caliber muzzle loading percussion U.S. military rifle. Rifle was “aged” to appear old or is just a victim of gross neglect! 33” barrel has a good bright, but pitted, bore. Correct sights. Steel ramrod. Excellent action. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Metal was finished in the white and is covered with rust. Correct style swivels. Excellent full length plain hardwood stock. SOLD FOR: 160.00

R    182.     Smith & Wesson mod. 916T ser.# 18B814. Takedown 20 ga. pump shotgun made by S&W on former Noble Mfg. Co. machinery. 28” barrel, modified choke, and a 3” chamber. Ventilated rib. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. 95% factory blue with scattered light rust and scratches. Excellent plain light colored hardwood forearm. Matching pistol grip stock has a few tiny cracks on the bottom of the wrist. Factory recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 170.00

      183.     Unknown maker “No. 1” ser.# n/a. Antique rolling block saddle ring carbine. Metal is so pitted many stampings may have been obliterated. There doesn’t appear to be any Remington markings. Barrel has a “Crown RV” proof and a number “28”. Caliber is approx. .45 and the 20 ½” barrel’s chamber is lined with a piece of brass at the breech to accept a rimmed cartridge. Saddle ring intact but the sling swivel is missing as is the rear sight. Poor bore. Very good action. Dark, worn, rusted, and dinged brown metal. Poor walnut forearms has the remains of a cleaning rod channel. Good straight grip stock. Semi-crescent metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 200.00

      184.     Unknown maker double barrel ser.# n/a. Probably European superposed antique percussion pistol. Back action locks. 7 ½” Damascus barrels. Flat sighting rib on the upper barrel. Smooth bores of approx. .50 caliber. Missing the ramrod normally attached to the side of the barrels. Conventional double triggers and matching double hammers. The spur of one hammer is broken off. Excellent action. Battered nipples. Fair/good bores. Nice engraving on the lock plates, trigger guard, and upper tang. Failed attempt at re-soldering the damaged trigger guard. Worn gray/brown metal. Very good channeled walnut stock typical of 1860s dueling pistols. Engraved steel butt cap. Interesting pistol! SOLD FOR: 300.00

    185A.     First of a lot of 2. Belgian double action ser.# n/a. Antique open top 6 shot revolver chambered in some obscure 7 or 8mm pin fire cartridge. 2 & 7/8th inch barrel. Dovetailed front sight. Side mounted extractor rod. Broad folding trigger. Poor bore and action. Worn dark gray metal with old rust residue. Very good original checkered walnut grips. 

    185B.     Second of the lot. Belgian double action ser.# n/a. Antique open top 6 shot revolver chambered in the same 7 or 8mm pin fire cartridge as the very similar revolver above. 3 ¼” barrel. Simple post front sight. Side mounted extractor rod. Folding trigger. Poor bore and action. Worn, dinged and cleaning scratched, dark gray metal with old rust residue. Very good original plain varnished walnut grips. SOLD FOR: 150.00

      186.     Colt mod. 1861 “Navy” ser.# 4478. This antique, Navy marked, single action was a former .36 cal. percussion revolver but was returned to the factory in the mid 1800s to be converted to .38 center fire. A Richards-Mason style conversion. 6 shot cylinder. Original 7 ½” barrel has the standard New York address on the top and “R.W.M. (anchor)” stamped on the bottom for Richard W. Meade, the Navy inspector. Most visible numbers match. Original front sight. Side mounted extractor rod housing has rather crude concentric machining rings that would make one question if it is original. Extractor rod head is also suspect. Swing out loading gate. Two line 1871 and 1872 patent dates stamped over the original “Colt’s Patent” stamping on the steel frame. Brass trigger guard and grip frame stamped on the butt “U.S.N.”. Small “.36” stamped on the shoulder of the trigger guard. Surprisingly excellent bore and action. The metal on this revolver is all brown and some markings, such as the barrel address and cylinder roll engraving, are very faint indicating the metal must have been refinished at some time long ago. Some parts show obvious cold blue touchup. Metal is also quite dinged at some spots. Brass was cleaned and has mellowed. Very good re-varnished one piece walnut grip has no visible inspector’s marks. Interested buyers are urged to preview this revolver to determine, to their satisfaction, its authenticity! Additional Photo SOLD FOR: 1,200.00

R    187.     J. Stevens A & T Co. “Favorite” ser.# E271. Vintage takedown single shot lever action falling block “boy’s” rifle chambered in .25 Stevens RF. 22” part round, part octagon, barrel. Folding blade rear sight and a folding Beech front sight. Good bore. Excellent action. Metal was wire brushed to bare gray and shows extreme pitting in many areas. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock were nicely refinished. Very good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    188.     Remington mod. 700 ADL ser.# 6482584. .30-06 bolt action sporting rifle made in 1971. 22” barrel. Original sights. Blind magazine. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 98% factory blue and black finish. Excellent gloss finished impressed checkered walnut cheek piece stock with a few light hunting marks. Excellent butt plate. Includes a black nylon strap in QD swivels and a 3-9X Bushnell scope in Weaver flip over rings. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R    189.     Colt mod. 1877 “Lightning” ser.# 131392. Vintage .38 Colt 6 shot double action revolver. The frame made in 1903. Mismatched. 4 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out loading gate. Ejector rod mounted on the side of the barrel. Good bore with strong rifling. Excellent action. Worn gray brown metal. A former owner’s initials scratched on the trigger guard. Very worn checkered hard rubber original “bird’s head” grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R    190.     Iver Johnson “Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver” ser.# E89308. Vintage top break 5 shot double action with a 3” barrel and fixed sights. Poor bore and action. Metal was nickel plated originally but now has approx. ½% nickel and 99 ½% dark brown finish. Poor extremely worn grips. A parts gun. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 50.00

R    191.     J. Stevens A & T Co. “Favorite” ser.# A14467. Vintage takedown single shot lever action falling block “boy’s” rifle chambered in .22 RF. 22” part round, part octagon, barrel. Original semi-fixed sights. Poor bore. Excellent action. Worn and dinged gray/brown metal with old rust. Good/very good plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood has dings, scratches, and a fine crack. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

      192.     Dixie Gun Works mod. 1855 “Dragoon” ser.# 041904. A modern Palmetto, Italian made, reproduction of the original antique Springfield Armory .58 cal. single shot muzzle loading percussion pistol-carbine. 12” barrel. Rifled bore. Case colored lock. Blued barrel. Brass fittings. Wooden stock. Gun is new in the original box, with papers, and includes the detachable shoulder stock. A well done reproduction! SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    193.     Smith & Wesson mod. 28-2 ser.# N591250. You ain’t never seen nothin’ like this before!! A 6 shot large frame double action .357 revolver professionally converted into a shoulder fired carbine. Original revolver manufactured in 1980. 17 & 7/8th inch barrel with a ramp front sight. No rear sight but has a Charles Daly 1” 3-9X scope in a Leupold mount installed on top of the frame. Swing out cylinder. Like new bore and action. Fairly clean metal has both factory blue and cold blue touchup. Case colored standard hammer and trigger. Excellent 10 ½” walnut forearm, with a contrasting wood tip, attached to the barrel. Solidly attached custom plain walnut butt stock with a contrasting wood pistol grip cap, swivel studs and a black “S&W” logo butt plate. A few fine cracks at the wrist. Since the barrel is permanently attached, the gun no longer needs to be registered as a handgun. Includes a fine aluminum hard case. SOLD FOR: 825.00

R    194.     AMT “Backup” ser.# B07930. El Monte, CA produced hammerless .380 semi-automatic pocket pistol. 2 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. Grip and thumb safeties. Excellent bore and action. Metal is clean matte stainless steel with the sides of the slide milled bright. Plain walnut grip panels. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 250.00

R    195.     Raven Arms mod. P-25 ser.# 180217. Hammerless .25 ACP semi-automatic pocket pistol. 2 & 3/8th inch barrel. Fixed sights. Thumb safety. Perfect bore and action. Bright chrome metal finish. Plain walnut grips. As good as new but has no box or papers. SOLD FOR: 100.00

R    196.     Terni mod. 1938 ser.# P3849. Bolt action 7.35mm Italian military rifle dated 1939. Missing the cleaning rod. 21 ½” barrel. Original sights. Fair bore. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal with old rust residue. Good/very good plain wooden hand guard and numbers matching full length straight grip stock, both with the usual scratches. Correct sling swivel and metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 60.00

      197.     Connecticut Valley Arms “Hawken” ser.# 434379. Modern Spanish made single shot .50 caliber muzzle loading percussion short rifle. Possibly assembled from a kit. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Excellent bright bore. Working double set triggers. Excellent action. Case colored lock has scattered rust. Barrel cold blued to dark blue/gray. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Excellent plain hardwood stock with a cheek piece. SOLD FOR: 90.00

      198.     Connecticut Valley Arms “Hawken” ser.# 011784. Modern Spanish made single shot .50 caliber muzzle loading percussion short rifle. Basically the same gun as above but factory assembled. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Missing the ramrod. Excellent bright bore. Double set triggers not working but may just need adjustment. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Blued barrel. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Excellent plain hardwood cheek piece stock has light scratches.   SOLD FOR: 100.00

R  199A.     First of a lot of 2. Fabrique Nationale mod. 1948 ser.# 4966. Stripped barreled receiver only for a Belgian made commercial sporting rifle. 24” barrel chambered in .300 Savage. Original front sight. Excellent bore. 95% factory blue with patches of scattered medium rust. This would have been a rare rifle if complete!

R  199B.    Second of the lot. Spanish mod. 1916 ser.# K9145. Stripped barreled receiver only for a 7X57mm bolt action Mauser military rifle. 24” stepped barrel. Very good bore. Metal was professionally re-blued and most of the blue remains. SOLD FOR: 10.00

R    200.     Taurus mod. 941 “Ultra-Lite” ser.# VH41591. Modern Brazilian made 8 shot light weight snub nose double action revolver chambered in .22 Magnum RF. 2” barrel. Red ramp front sight. Adjustable white outline rear sight. New lockable action is missing the key but is unlocked. Satin finished stainless steel parts on a matching color alloy frame. Checkered black rubber finger groove combat grips. Revolver looks like new overall and includes a leather holster. SOLD FOR: 375.00

      201.     Lyman “Plains Pistol” ser.# A550028. Modern Italian made .50 cal. single shot muzzle loading percussion pistol. Assembled from a kit. 9” octagon barrel. Semi-fixed sights installed backward. Belt hook on the side. Wooden ramrod. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Clean cold blued steel parts. Brass trigger guard and trim. Excellent plain walnut stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Includes the original box and instructions. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    202.     Thompson Center “Contender Carbine” ser.# 428946. A 1994 production single shot tip open short rifle chambered in .223 Rem. 21” barrel has the original sights and an extractor. Selector on top of the hammer. Excellent bore and action. Clean blued metal features an etched cougar scene on the frame. Excellent plain walnut semi-beavertail forearm. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock with a swivel stud and a solid rubber factory butt pad. Wood has a few light dings. Includes a 3-9X Tasco scope in a Weaver mount. Frame will be registered as a rifle and may never be legally used to assemble a handgun. SOLD FOR: 475.00

      203.     Thompson Center “Hawken” ser.# 513913. Modern U.S. made single shot .50 caliber muzzle loading percussion short rifle. Factory assembled. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Like new bore. Working double set triggers. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Polished brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, nose cap, and trim. Clean blued barrel. Excellent plain walnut stock. Includes a slip on leather carrying strap. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    204.     Marlin mod. XL7 ser.# XL719854. Current production .30-06 bolt action sporting rifle. 22” barrel made without sights. “Pro-Fire” trigger system. Blind magazine. Blued metal. Checkered black synthetic stock with a cheek piece, swivel studs, and a solid rubber recoil pad. Includes a 3-9X Bushnell scope in steel top mount rings. Gun shows very little to no use. SOLD FOR: 250.00

R    205.     Winchester mod. 190 ser.# B1316538. .22 semi-automatic rifle with a tubular magazine. 20” barrel. Open sights. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy receiver and trigger guard have several scratches. Fairly clean blued barrel and magazine tube. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a ¾” BSA 3-6X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. SOLD FOR: 150.00

      206.     Cabela’s “Hawken” ser.# A548722. Modern left hand single shot .50 caliber muzzle loading percussion short rifle made in Italy by Investarm. Factory assembled. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Like new bore. Working double set triggers. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Polished brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, nose cap, and trim. Clean blued barrel. Excellent plain walnut stock. Includes a slip on leather carrying strap and the original box. Gun shows little or no use. SOLD FOR: 160.00

R    207.     S. S. Kresge mod. 151 ser.# 587122. 12 ga. single shot hammer gun made in Brazil. 28” barrel, automatic ejector, full choke and a 2 ¾” chamber. Excellent bore and action. Machine engraved sides of the frame. 98% lightly scratched factory blue. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock. Wood shows lots of little finish marks. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 70.00

      208.     Thompson Center “Hawken” ser.# 72575. Modern U.S. made single shot .45 caliber muzzle loading flintlock short rifle. Factory assembled. 28” octagon barrel. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Like new bore. Working double set triggers. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Polished brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, nose cap, and trim. Clean blued barrel. Excellent plain walnut stock. Includes a slip on leather carrying strap. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 270.00

R    209.     Winchester “Ranger Youth” ser.# G1738876. Economy grade bolt action .243 Win. rifle based on the push feed model 70 action. 20” barrel. Open sights. 3-9X Bushnell scope in Weaver rings. Blind magazine. 3 position safety. Bore should clean, at least, to very good. Excellent action. Clean blued and black metal. Excellent plain hardwood stock with a factory solid rubber pad to 12 ½” pull. Includes a slip on recoil pad and a leather sling in factory swivels. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R    210.     Romarm-C.I.A. mod. WASR10 ser.# RB-3543-86. 7.62X39mm semi-automatic version of the AK-47 made in Romania. 16” barrel with a flash hider. Military style adjustable rear sight. Detachable magazine. Excellent bore and action. Matte black metal. U.S. made folding plastic butt stock and checkered pistol grip. Laminated wood hand guard and forearm. Carbine looks like new overall. Includes the box, papers, bayonet and several other accessories. SOLD FOR: 775.00

R    211.     Harrington & Richardson mod. SB-2 “Handi-Rifle” ser.# H6253627. Break open single shot rifle chambered in .22-250. Heavy 22” barrel made without sights. Automatic ejector. Excellent bore and action. Clean blued metal. Good looking naturally striped checkered hardwood forearm and matching pistol grip Monte Carlo stock. Solid rubber butt plate. Includes a camouflaged nylon sling in quick detachable swivels, a 4-12X Simmons scope mounted correctly on top, the original box, papers, and lock. Gun also shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R    212.     ERA mod. P14 ser.# 174661. .303 Brit. (caliber should be checked to be certain) bolt action military rifle made for Great Britain by Eddystone-Remington. Sporterized for hunting use. Original 24” barrel has a ramp front sight. Redfield peep sight on the receiver. Side of the receiver drilled for a scope mount (not included). “Kink” remains in the magazine box. Fair dark bore with visible rifling. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal still has most of the original Parkerized like finish, turning slightly brown on the floor plate. Excellent plain walnut Fajen replacement Monte Carlo sporter stock featuring a cheek piece, black fore-end tip and pistol grip cap and an excellent butt plate. Includes a leather sling. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R    213.     Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 1533180. .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) lever action carbine made in 1949. 20” barrel, tubular magazine and a hammer. Front sight is missing the hood. 1.3X Bushnell “Phantom” scope, with a factory convertor to 2.6X, mounted “scout style” on the barrel. This involved removing the rear sight (not included) and installing the Bushnell base in the existing dovetail. No drilling required and all that is needed is a rear sight to return the gun to original. Very good bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal has a little carry wear and a few light scratches but retains 92% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut long forearm and matching straight grip stock. Minor hunting marks in the wood. Correct checkered metal butt plate. Includes a leather strap in quick detachable swivels. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 475.00

R    214.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 1871 “Buffalo Classic” ser.# HW280273. Modern break open single shot, hammer fired, rifle chambered in .45-70. 32” round barrel. Globe front sight. Williams peep sight in the rear. Automatic ejector. Bore might be leaded but should clean to excellent. Excellent action. Case colored frame. Blued barrel. Plastic trigger guard. Checkered walnut Schnabel forearm. Matching straight grip stock. Case colored semi-crescent metal butt plate. A few minor handling marks but the gun shows limited use. Includes the original box, hard case, extra front sight apertures, and the paperwork. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R    215.     La Coruna-C.A.I. mod. FR8 ser.# 10065. Unusual .308 Win. bolt action carbine made in Spain in 1952. Import marked but the original configuration and a matching bolt. An arsenal altered model 98 Mauser style action. 19’’ barrel has a flash hider and a lug that will accept a CETME bayonet. Hooded adjustable post front sight. Integral sight on the rear receiver bridge has an aperture that is adjustable for different ranges. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. 98% clean refurb. dark gray Parkerizing. Excellent walnut hand guard and matching full length stock. Correct metal butt plate and sling attachments. Includes a web sling. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R    216.     Ruger mod. 77 Mark II “All Weather” ser.# 781-33807. Bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .338 Win. Mag. 24” barrel made without sights. Hinged floor plate. Three position safety. Perfect bore and action. Metal is all clean stainless steel. Black synthetic stock with grooved gripping panels and a recessed area in the butt with an embossed “Ruger” logo. Solid rubber butt pad. Rifle looks like new overall and includes a fancy carrying strap and a fine matte black finished Leupold 3-9X scope in factory Ruger rings. SOLD FOR: 675.00

R    217.     Harrington & Richardson mod. SB-2 “Handi-Rifle” ser.# HT368130. Break open single shot rifle chambered in .30-06. Heavy 24” barrel, made without sights, has a factory muzzle brake. Automatic ejector. Excellent bore and action. Clean blued metal. Tan and green laminated wood forearm and matching pistol grip Monte Carlo stock. Factory recoil pad. Includes a broad leather carrying strap in quick detachable swivels, a slip on cartridge carrier, and a 3-9X Burris scope mounted correctly on top. Gun also shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 230.00

      218.     Richard Constable double barrel ser.# n/a. A well above average example of an antique side by side 16 ga. percussion shotgun by this well known Philadelphia maker. Dent free 29 ½” twist steel barrels. Large oversize trigger guard to accommodate gloved fingers. Side locks stamped “Constable”. The breech has two gold colored panels embossed “Constable Philadelphia”. Hammers have an unusual shape. Obviously original wooden ramrod. Bright, almost excellent, bores. Excellent action. Very visible twist pattern on the clean browned barrels, although the finish has thinned a bit. Balance of the metal has turned mostly clean gray and has lots of beautiful engraving. Close to excellent straight grip walnut stock has a checkered wrist and is held at the front with a wedge pin. Ramrod ferrule is an engraved “pineapple”. Correct engraved smooth metal butt plate. Includes a wooden case. Gun must be seen! SOLD FOR: 1,400.00

R  219A.     First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “Vest Pocket” ser.# 1920. Ultra compact vintage 5 shot solid frame double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. Factory 1 & 1/8th inch barrel made without a sight. Spur-less hammer has a row of patent dates. Pull pin cylinder removal. Very good bore. Action works fine. Nasty dent on the cylinder. Worn blued trigger guard. 89% factory nickel, 11% scattered rust and scratches. Checkered and embossed black grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R)

R  219B.    Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 9345. Vintage compact solid frame 7 shot .22 revolver. 2” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Fair/good bore. Excellent solid action. Traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 94% bright factory nickel, 6% rust and scratches. Excellent checkered and embossed black grips. A very good example! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 95.00

      220.     Iver Johnson “Defender” ser.# 273. A superb example of this antique 5 shot single action spur trigger pocket revolver chambered in .32 Rim Fire. Round 2 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. Pull pin cylinder removal. Like new bore and action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 99+++% clean shiny factory nickel. Close to perfect plain walnut “bird’s head” grips. No box but looks close to new! Difficult to improve upon! SOLD FOR: 110.00

R    221.     Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# G98602. A vintage 5 shot .38 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Spur-less factory hammer. Automatic ejector. Good bore Excellent action. Traces of case color on the hammer and trigger. Blued trigger guard. 90% bright factory nickel plating, 10% rust and scratches. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R    222.     Colt “Police Positive” ser.# 175554. 6 shot small frame double action .38 S&W revolver made in 1927. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. 100% of a clean professional gloss re-blue. Excellent checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 300.00

R    223.     Henry Repeating Arms Co. mod. H006CB “Big Boy Cowboy Edition” ser.# BB04889C. Modern .45 Colt lever action carbine with a tubular magazine and a hammer. 19 ½” octagon barrel. Open sights. Polished brass frame. Blued barrel, lever, hammer and magazine tube. Smooth walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock have etched and painted cowboy scenes on one side. Brass carbine style butt plate. Gun is new in the box with papers and accessories. SOLD FOR: 800.00

R    224.     Ruger “Mark I Target” ser.# 327753. Hammerless semi-automatic .22 pistol with a 6 & 7/8th inch medium weight barrel. Made in 1965. No “Warning” on the barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 99+++% factory blue. Excellent checkered black plastic grips. Pistol looks like new overall and is in the original box with the instructions and a spare magazine. SOLD FOR: 360.00

R    225.     Colt “Single Action Army” ser.# 2322SC. A “Colonel Samuel Colt Sesquicentennial” commemorative .45 Colt single action revolver issued in 1964. Only 5000 produced. 6 shot cylinder, 7 ½” barrel, fixed sights. Barrel mounted extractor rod. Bright nickel plated grip frame, hammer, screws, and roll engraved cylinder. Balance of the metal gloss blued. Smooth walnut grips with gold colored Colt medallions. Revolver is probably unfired?? and is in the scratched original wooden, plush lined, display case that includes a Colt medal, cartridge block with 12 fake cartridges, R. L. Wilson’s book and other paperwork. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,250.00

R    226.     Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 9491. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Concealed hammer. Automatic ejector doesn’t complete its cycle. Excellent bore and action. 90% factory blue showing edge wear and light scratches but very little rust. Very good checkered black grips with the “target” logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 80.00

R    227.     Colt mod. 1908 ser.# 235625. Hammerless semi-automatic .25 ACP pocket pistol made in 1921. 2 & 1/8th inch barrel. Sight groove. Grip and thumb safeties. Bore looks bad but may respond to cleaning. Excellent action. Strong case color on the grip safety and trigger. 95% factory blue has a light coat of rust. Excellent original checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 310.00

R    228.     Western Field mod. M828 ser.# 1006985. .22 semi-automatic carbine, with a clip, made for Montgomery Ward by Mossberg. 18” barrel. Open sights. Manual bolt hold open. Excellent bore and action. Metal cleaned and worn to bare gray with traces of old rust residue. Very good impressed checkered cheek piece stock was cut to 11 ¼” pull and has no butt plate. Includes a leather strap in factory swivels and a ¾” Tasco 4X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. SOLD FOR: 90.00

R    229.     Colt “Frontier Scout” ser.# 10722GS. A 1969 “Golden Spike” commemorative single action 6 shot .22 revolver with a 6” barrel and fixed sights. Gold colored, barrel mounted, extractor rod. “Gold” cylinder, trigger, hammer, and small parts. Balance of the metal high gloss blued. Strangely rough textured plain wood grips with Colt medallions. Revolver is new in the original embossed plastic, plush lined, display case with a “gold” spike but no paperwork. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 320.00

R    230.     Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# 38064. An exceptional example of this vintage 6 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Automatic ejector. Good/very good bore Excellent action needs a little lube or cleaning. Blued trigger guard. 99+++% bright factory nickel plating with minimal light scratches. Very good checkered black “target” logo grips, one panel faded to dark brown and one has a little nick. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 65.00

      231.     Colt mod. 1851 “Navy” ser.# 451USG. 3rd generation “Ulysses S. Grant” commemorative 6 shot single action .36 caliber percussion revolver issued in 1971. 7 ½” octagon barrel. Silver plated steel grip frame has a hint of very cleanable tarnish. Case colored steel frame, loading rod, and hammer. Blued roll engraved cylinder and barrel. Plain wooden one piece grip has a few light scratches. Revolver shows handling but is unfired in the original compartmented wooden casing and includes a powder flask, ball mold, empty cap box and a nipple wrench. SOLD FOR: 350.00

      232.     Colt mod. 1851 “Navy” ser.# 1935REL. 3rd generation “Robert E. Lee” commemorative 6 shot single action .36 caliber percussion revolver issued in 1971. 7 ½” octagon barrel. Silver plated steel grip frame has a hint of very cleanable tarnish. Case colored steel frame, loading rod, and hammer. Blued roll engraved cylinder and barrel. Plain walnut one piece grip has a few light scratches. Revolver shows handling but is unfired in the original compartmented wooden casing and includes a powder flask, ball mold, empty cap box and a nipple wrench. SOLD FOR: 330.00

R    233.     Browning mod. BPR ser.# 31250RR176. Top quality, Japanese made, slide action hammerless rifle chambered in scarce .22 Win. RF Magnum. Tubular magazine. 20” barrel has the original sights. 1” Simmons 3-9X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 100% factory gloss blue. Gloss finished checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Perfect butt plate. Includes a black nylon carrying strap in QD swivels. Rifle has a few very light handling marks but looks close to new overall. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R    234.     Colt “Frontier Scout” ser.# 968CB1. 1969 issued “California Bicentennial” .22 single action 6 shot revolver. 5000 made. 6” barrel, fixed sights, and a barrel mounted extractor rod. Metal is shiny “gold” plated. Smooth walnut grips. Revolver is unfired in the original, lightly scratched, plush lined case and includes a state of California shaped fake gold nugget. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 280.00

R    235.     Erma mod. ET-22 ser.# 81070. Unusual hammerless German made .22 semi-automatic pistol. In the configuration of a Luger carbine but there is no provision to mount a shoulder stock. 11 ¾” barrel. Ramp front sight and adjustable military style rear sight. Very good toggle action. Excellent shiny bore. Pistol is mostly made of gloss black alloy with a steel lined barrel and other critical parts of blued steel. Long checkered walnut forearm attached to the barrel. Checkered walnut grips with a thumb rest for a right handed shooter. The Luger like safety has lost some of its tension but, overall, the pistol shows little use. SOLD FOR: 280.00

 

 

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Accessories

Authenticity of any the following collectibles is un-verified. They are believed to

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  1. Wooden cradle, gun cleaning rod, .22 cartridge box, soft long gun sleeve. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  2. Tray lot – Assorted .22 LR target ammunition. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  3. NIB NcStar 10-40X rangefinder rifle scope. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  4. Marksman “Plainsman” C02 BB pistol. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  5. Tray lot – Collectible and other fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  6. Tray lot – Marksman Repeater BB pistol, soft handgun case, nylon holster. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  7. Plastic box filled with new .380 ACP ammunition. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  8. Vintage Browning re-curve bow. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  9. Display of (6) PA game and fish protector badges, including 1943. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  10. Pack of (50) assorted PA antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  11. Pack of (50) assorted cardboard PA resident hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  12. (2) #1 PA resident Bear hunting licenses, 1991 and 1987. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  13. Pack of (50) assorted PA “Wildlife Management Unit” antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  14. (2) #1 PA furtaker licenses 1990 & 1993 and (1) #1P PA archery license. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  15. Pack of (50) assorted PA “Wildlife Management Unit” antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  16. (4) Tin PA hunting license tags – 1938, 39, 40, 41. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  17. Pack of (50) assorted PA antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  18. (3) Replacement PA bear licenses, all #36 – 1987 & 1988 resident and 1988 non-resident. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  19. Pack of (50) assorted PA antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  20. Pack of (50) assorted PA furtaker licenses. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  21. (2) 1895-1995 PA Game Commission commemorative tin hunting licenses #652. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  22. Pack of (50) assorted cardboard PA resident hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  23. (1) 1953 Clearfield County antlerless deer hunting license and (1) 1937 tin PA Special Issue tag. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  24. Pack of (50) PA resident bear hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  25. 1922 cloth PA hunting license tag county 48, Northampton. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  26. Pack of (50) assorted PA antlerless deer hunting licenses. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  27. Excellent 1936 tin PA hunting license #7 county 19, Columbia. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  28. 1922 cloth PA hunting license tag county 2, Allegheny. SOLD FOR: 95.00
  29. Vintage Crosman mod. 140 pump up pellet rifle. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  30. Crosman mod. 66 pump up BB or pellet rifle with scope. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  31. (1) Single long gun hard case and (1) empty box for a modern Savage .22 rifle. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  32. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition, shells, and brass. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  33. Tray lot – Hunting knives, vintage Weaver rifle scope, “what-zits”, and other goodies. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  34. (3) Holsters. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  35. Tray lot – Cabela’s strap and (2) pickup truck gun racks. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  36. Box lot – Widely assorted fired empty rifle brass. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  37. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition and shells. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  38. Excellent Hoyt “Enticer” compound bow with arrows and attached accessories. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  39. Vintage Jennings compound bow, with arrows and accessories, in a soft case. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  40. Small suitcase filled with targets, knee pads, fish cleaning gloves, rifle strap, cleaning towel, and shooter’s ear muffs. SOLD FOR: 3.00
  41. (3) Old fishing rods with reels. SOLD FOR: 2.00
  42. (5) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  43. (3) Single long gun hard cases. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  44. (3) Vintage cane fishing rods. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  45. Tray lot – Widely assorted knives. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  46. Tray lot – Assorted turkey calls. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  47. Tray lot – Vintage binoculars, starter revolver, compass. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  48. Excellent vintage Japanese bamboo/cane fly rod. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  49. Box lot – Assorted 12, 16, 20 ga. and .410 shells and slugs. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  50. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  51. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  52. Fiberglass salt water rod. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  53. Vintage Jennings compound bow, with arrows and accessories, in a soft case. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  54. Darton compound bow with arrows and attached accessories. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  55. (2) Boxes with assorted arrows, a quiver, and accessories. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  56. Tray lot – Assorted shotgun shells and hunting accessories. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  57. Tray lot – Lee re-loaders, primers, accessories, and (2) gun locks. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  58. Tray lot – Widely assorted shooter and collector ammunition. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  59. Vintage Daisy #118 Target Special .118 cal. BB pistol with two tubes BBs. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  60. (4) Quality casting rods – Fenwick, Berkley, Phoenix, boron and graphite plus (4) quality casting reels – Shimano, Daiwa, Ambassadeur. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  61. (3) Fiberglass casting rods with (3) spin casting reels and extra spools. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  62. Tray lot – Assorted jigs and other lures. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  63. Tray lot – Large amount assorted fish hooks. SOLD FOR: 47.50
  64. Plastic case filled with jigs and spinner baits. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  65. Tray lot – Assorted new and used lures. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  66. Tray lot – Assorted jigs and other lures. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  67. (2) Old boat oars. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  68. Plastic tackle box crammed with an incredible amount of fishing lures, possibly some collectible. SOLD FOR: 350.00
  69. (4) Freshwater fishing rods and (3) reels. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  70. Tray lot – Large amount assorted fish hooks. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  71. Tray lot – Assorted soft plastic baits. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  72. Tray lot – Large amount assorted fish hooks. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  73. Tray lot – Widely assorted fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  74. Box lot – Fly tying materials. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  75. Tray lot – Assorted fishing jigs. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  76. Tray lot – Assorted split shot and other fishing lead. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  77. Three part lot -- (11) Empty long gun boxes. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  78. Metal military ammo can filled with (2) smaller cans and widely assorted empty brass and a few rounds of ammunition. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  79. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  80. Box lot – M-1 Garand rifle stocks. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  81. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  82. Single long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  83. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  84. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 3.00
  85. Plastic tub and duffle bag filled with camo. and other military clothing. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  86. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  87. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  88. Box lot – Spotting scope stock, (2) shotgun stocks, Midland CB, Radio Shack CB, walkie talkies. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  89. (19) M-1 Garand rifle stocks. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  90. Two part lot – RCBS “Chargemaster” powder dispenser and a box of empty old gun powder cans. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  91. (21) M-1 Garand rifle stocks. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  92. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  93. Box lot – Assorted gun related papers, magazines, book, Fish Commission signs. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  94. MEC shotshell reloader with accessories (poor condition). SOLD FOR: 25.00
  95. Box lot – Assorted long gun stocks. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  96. Box lot – Military uniforms and coat, (2) soft long gun cases, black nylon cover. SOLD FOR: 3.50
  97. Box lot – Assorted fired empty brass and a few rounds of ammunition. CAUTION! POSSIBLE RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 5.00
  98. Metal military ammo. can filled with partial containers reloading powder. EXTREME CAUTION ADVISED. No guarantee the correct powder is in the containers. Plus reloading bullets, primers, empty brass , and a small amount of shot. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  99. Metal military can filled with machetes, gopher trap, clay target thrower, gun rack, and (5) fishing rod holders. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  100. (21) M-1 Garand rifle stocks. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  101. Tray lot – Widely assorted gun related items. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  102. Tray lot – Remington choke tubes, bow holder, flashlight, (3) holsters, knife sheaths, military cup, metal puzzle, glass cutter. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  103. Tray lot – Military and other small collectibles. SOLD FOR: NO SALE
  104. Tray lot – Wooden periscope, Army plate, gun cleaning accessories, casing for two Butler or Colt 4th model derringers. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  105. Tray lot – Knife sharpener, rail mount, cap pistol and double holster set. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  106. Two part lot – Bushnell 15-45X spotting scope with tripod. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  107. Box lot – M-1 Garand stocks. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  108. (3) Freshwater fishing rods and (3) reels with extra spools. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  109. Two part lot – (2) Boxes of fishing related catalogs, manuals, Game News, and 8 track tapes. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  110. Large camouflaged duffle bag filled with assorted pouches, etc. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  111. (3) Plastic tackle boxes filled with assorted lures. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  112. New in box adjustable boat seat. SOLD FOR: NO SALE
  113. Vintage Bausch & Lomb U.S. Navy 7X50 binoculars in original case. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  114. Tray lot – Bell & Howell 8X binoculars, walkie talkies, tool. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  115. Well done home made tackle box jammed with fishing jigs. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  116. NIB Trius clay target trap. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  117. (3) Soft tackle packs filled with lures, hooks, etc. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  118. Schauer 10 amp battery charger like new in box. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  119. Excellent wicker trapping basket. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  120. Tray lot – Widely assorted new and used fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  121. Tray lot – Snap swivels, hooks, rigs, etc. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  122. Tray lot – Widely assorted fishing smalls. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  123. Box lot – Assorted used animal traps. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  124. Box lot – Assorted lure making materials. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  125. Two box lot – (2) Live insect cages and (2) minnow buckets. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  126. Box lot – Assorted shad darts. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  127. Box lot – Aluminum tackle box, fly tying material, plastic tackle box, metal military ammo. can. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  128. (3) Fresh water fishing rods and (3) reels with an extra spool. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  129. (3) Vintage saltwater fishing rods and (1) reel. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  130. (5) Empty rod tubes. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  131. Tray lot – Assorted flashlights. SOLD FOR: 2.00
  132. (2) Fishing rods and (1) reel. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  133. Box lot – Sinkers and other fishing lead. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  134. Tray lot – Assorted soft baits. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  135. Vintage Winchester strap on flashlight. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  136. Box lot – Bottled pork rind, hook books, Jon-e hand warmer fuel, leaders, thermometer, reel parts, small cutting tool set, etc. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  137. Box lot – Assorted fishing line. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  138. Assorted cardboard PA hunting license tags. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  139. Framed under glass and signed 1986 George Losch print “Fencerow Covey”    552/600. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  140. Framed under glass and signed 1992 L.M. Finberg print of black bear and cubs   76/750. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  141. Framed under glass and signed 1990 L.M. Finberg artist’s proof  print of  wood ducks 33/75. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  142. Framed under glass and signed 1995 anniversary edition Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation print by Leon Parson “Bull Of The woods”    70/400. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  143. Framed under glass and signed 1989 L.M. Finberg print of a mule deer   494/600. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  144. Framed under glass and signed 1994 L.M. Finberg artist’s proof  print of a panda    42/75. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  145. Tray lot – Signed migratory bird stamps, cardboard PA antlerless deer hunting tags and bear hunting tags. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  146. Pre-1954 Winchester catalog from W. Z. Bradley, Lititz, PA and (2) carved duck decoys by Ken Sangrey, with stand. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  147. (1) Framed fox hunting picture and (1) framed painting of elk. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  148. Tray lot – Widely assorted, shells, ammunition and brass. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  149. Tray lot – Reloading accessories, primers, scale, etc. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  150. Tray lot – Turkey calls, revolver grips, (2) hunting knives, butt plate, Browning pistol magazine. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  151. Tray lot – Assorted holsters and an archery glove. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  152. Tray lot – Gun cleaning accessories, hand warmer, lens caps, targets, BBs, etc. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  153. Chinese under lever pellet rifle with a Simmons 3-9X scope. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  154. Plastic box filled with vintage gun parts. SOLD FOR: 220.00
  155. Plastic box partially filled with vintage gun parts. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  156. Metal military ammo. can filled with .338 Win. Mag. ammunition and brass. SOLD FOR: 220.00
  157. (1500 + or –) Empty fired .357 Mag. brass. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  158. Box lot – .338 Win. Mag. ammunition. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  159. (2000 + or –) Empty fired .38 Special brass. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  160. (3000 + or –) Empty fired 9mm Luger brass. SOLD FOR: 150.00
  161. (1000 + or –) Empty fired .357 Mag. brass. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  162. Tray lot – Assorted .44 Magnum ammunition. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  163. (2) NIB Vector green laser sights. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  164. (2) NIB Vector green laser sights. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  165. Tray lot – Vintage, antique, and other gun parts. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  166. Tray lot – .338 Win. Mag ammunition. SOLD FOR: 200.00
  167. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition. SOLD FOR: 200.00
  168. Tray lot – Widely assorted pistol magazines. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  169. Tray lot – New tactical gun accessories. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  170. Tray lot – (2) Civil War books, new revolver grips, AR-15 butt stock, collectible military buttons, and a fine U.S. Garand bayonet with scabbard. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  171. (1) Single long gun hard case and (2) soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  172. Box lot – Assorted shooter and collectible shotgun shells and slugs. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  173. Box lot assorted hunting clothing – Caps, mitts, vests, pants, rain suit, socks, etc. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  174. Tray lot – 20 ga. snap caps, license holders, cartridge belt, field dressing book, crow call. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  175. Tray lot – Shooter’s ear muffs, vintage rifle scope, (3) hunting knives. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  176. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  177. Tray lot – PA hunting license tags and rule books. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  178. Single long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  179. Box lot – Gun and accessory company catalogs and informational CDs. SOLD FOR: 2.00
  180. Gun company and other patches and decals. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  181. Two part lot – (2) Wooden empty ammunition crates and (3) empty Smith & Wesson pistol and revolver boxes. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  182. Approx. 60+ pounds #8 reloading shot. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  183. (2) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  184. Box lot – Powder measure, reloading scale, case trimmer. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  185. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition and shells. CAUTION! POSSIBLE RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 45.00
  186. Box lot – Trap shooter’s pouch, (2) utility bags, suspenders, nylon rifle strap. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  187. Plastic box filled with black powder shooting accessories. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  188. Excellent 9000G MEC shotshell reloader with accessories. SOLD FOR: 270.00
  189. Box lot – 12 and 20 gauge shotgun shells. CAUTION! POSSIBLE RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 15.00
  190. Box lot – Assorted gun and hunting related books. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  191. Vintage cast iron “C” type cartridge reloading press with several shell holders. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  192. Vintage shotshell reloader. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  193. Tray lot – Target dots, camp hatchet, cardboard PA hunting license tags, patches, belt buckles, PA fishing license badge, turkey call, license holder, other small hunting items. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  194. Tray lot – Antique shotshell reloading tools. SOLD FOR: 325.00
  195. Tray lot – Small collectible military item and a lot of assorted knives. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  196. Box lot – 12 gauge reloading wads and (2) plastic trays. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  197. Tray lot – Reloading accessories. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  198. Tray lot – (4) Fishing reels, includes an excellent Ambassadeur 5000 in leather case. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  199.  (2) PA Game Commission patches, 1983 Otter and 1984 Bluebird. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  200. Tray lot – PA Game Commission and other patches, Ray-Ban shooter’s glasses, and an adjustable Morgan recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  201. Tray lot – Several boxes .17 HMR ammunition, reloading bullets, empty brass in wooden reloading blocks. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  202. Box lot – Gun cleaning rods and accessories, topographical maps, duck print. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  203. (5) Landing nets. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  204. Tray lot – Gun stock carving, checkering, and inletting tools. SOLD FOR: 200.00
  205. Plastic tackle box filled with assorted lures. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  206. Plastic tackle box filled with assorted fishing jigs. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  207. Plastic tackle box filled with assorted fishing jigs. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  208. Plastic tackle box filled with assorted lures and small tackle. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  209. Two part lot – Foam bait container with worm bedding and a box containing a minnow bucket, (2) wade cans, bucket lids and a lead weighted seine. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  210. Box lot – Fly tying and lure making materials. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  211. Box lot – Fly tying and lure making materials. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  212. Box lot – Assorted fishing line. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  213. Tray lot – Assorted sinkers and fishing weights. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  214. Tray lot – Collectible and other freshwater fishing reels. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  215. Tray lot – Vintage and other electric lanterns and flashlights. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  216. Tray lot – Assorted fishing hooks. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  217. Tray lot – Assorted fishing related items. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  218. Box lot – Duffle bag, pouches, ropes, straps, rod bags, soft long gun cases, head nets, etc, SOLD FOR: 1.00
  219. Box lot – Old camp stove, 8 track tapes, empty shot bags, etc. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  220. Box lot – Gambrel, outboard motor oil, landing net, PH guide, out rigger, weed guard, boat motor props, aluminum boat repair kit, block and tackle. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  221. Box lot – Spinning .22 rifle target, NIB electric boot dryer, several used leg hold traps. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  222. Metal military ammo. can filled with military .45 Auto. ammunition. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  223. Tray lot – Assorted fishing jigs. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  224. Tray lot – Widely assorted fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  225. Box lot – (3) Boat anchors and (1) bracket to mount a motor on a canoe. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  226. Box lot – Large amount shad darts. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  227. Two part lot – Depth finder and brackets, charts, outboard motor extension handle, metal tool. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  228. Damaged plastic tackle box partially filled with assorted lures and small tackle. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  229. Tray lot – Assorted snelled hooks, hook books, etc. SOLD FOR:15.00
  230. Tray lot – Assorted fishing smalls. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  231. Tray lot – Assorted pocket and folding knives. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  232. Tray lot – Loose collectible fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  233. Tray lot -- Boxed collectible fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 260.00
  234. Tray lot – Fly fishing lures and flies. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  235. Tray lot RCBS powder measure, pack saw, Gerber camp tool set. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  236. Box lot – Assorted fishing lures. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  237. (4) Poor to good tin PA hunting license back tags – 1926, ’29, ’30. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  238. (4) Good to excellent tin PA hunting license tags – 1938, ’39, ’40, ’41. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  239. (4) Fair to good tin PA hunting license back tags – 1930, ’33, ’34, ’35. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  240. Pack of PA cardboard hunting license tags and fishing regulations. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  241. Excellent cloth 1923 county 54 PA hunting license back tag. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  242. Two part lot -- Traditional red and black Woolrich hunting coat and pants and other hunting clothing. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  243. MEC mod. 762R “Grabber” shotshell reloader. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  244. MEC mod. 600 JR shotshell reloader. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  245. Box lot – Gun and reloading related books. SOLD FOR: NO SALE
  246. Lee progressive cartridge re-loader with .45 ACP dies and accessories. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  247. MEC mod. 650 shotshell reloader. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  248. Box lot – Assorted unfinished and finished stock wood. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  249. Two part lot – (2) Boxes shotshell reloading wads. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  250. Three part lot – Fired empty 12 ga. shotshell hulls. SOLD FOR:1.00
  251. Plastic container filled with gun cleaning kits, rods, accessories. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  252. Tray lot – Assorted reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  253. Box lot – .22 RF ammunition, some collectible. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  254. Tray lot – Black powder shooting accessories. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  255. Tray lot – Gun parts and grips, lens caps, lube, bedding, shell belt, etc. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  256. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition. CAUTION! POSSIBLY SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 35.00
  257. Tray lot – Assorted shotgun shells, reloading primers, fired empty brass. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  258. Tray lot – Incomplete Lyman powder measure, priming tool, bullet puller, and other reloading accessories. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  259. Tray lot – (2) Vintage clay target throwers, Remington tin, Bushnell 4-12X scope, hunting knife. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  260. Box lot – Gun, military, and hunting related books. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  261. Tray lot – Vintage outdoor magazines, includes 1907 “Outdoor Life”. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  262. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition and empty brass. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  263. Tray lot – Excellent boxed fired empty .223 brass. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  264. Tray lot – Excellent boxed fired empty .40 S&W brass. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  265. (2) Like new reproduction military swords with scabbards. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  266. Hunting knife inside a soft handgun case inside a soft long gun case. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  267. (2) New Dixie Gun Works muzzle loader barrels. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  268. (1) Like new Remington camouflaged synthetic stock for a model 700 with a floor plate and (2) altered military Mauser stocks. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  269. Tray lot – Assorted cast bullets and casting lead. SOLD FOR: 4.00
  270. Box lot – Assorted scope rings. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  271. Tray lot – Scope mounts, sight, rifle and pistol magazines. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  272. (3) Modern Hawken style muzzle loader barrels – Thompson Center, Investarm, and C.V.A. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  273. Tray lot – Flashlight, plastic cartridge boxes, shell trays, reloading bullets, .30-06 dies, cleaning rod, bullet casting accessories. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  274. Tray lot – Assorted gun parts. SOLD FOR: 270.00
  275. NIB tree step ladder. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  276. New large round camouflaged item, possibly a collapsible blind. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  277. NIB “Big Buddy” tree stand with ladder. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  278. NIB “Big Buddy” tree stand with ladder. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  279. Two part lot – (2) New hunter’s seats. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  280. (2) New sportsman’s seats. SOLD FOR: 4.00
  281. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  282. Two part lot – Framed under glass Douglas MacArthur broadside, Bill Jordan book, and an NRA plaque. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  283. (4) Desirable empty handgun boxes including Colt and Great Western. SOLD FOR: 200.00
  284. Box lot – Firearms and other manufacturer’s catalogs. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  285. Vintage full box .303 British cartridges by Holland & Holland. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  286. (2) 98 Mauser rifle barrels – one is unused in .30-06 the other is 8X57mm, used but excellent. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  287. Excellent quality Star cartridge reloading press with accessories. SOLD FOR: 375.00
  288. Tray lot – (3) .22 rifle scopes, number stamp set, reloading accessories, archery accessories, etc. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  289. Tray lot – Gun stock, home made knife, (3) old rifle slings, boxed BSA electronic red dot sight. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  290. Tray lot – .45 Auto. ammunition and a lot of 10mm Auto. empty brass. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  291. Box lot – Military manuals, Crony chronograph, new synthetic Ramline youth stock set for an 870 Remington. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  292. Tray lot – .38 Special and .357 ammunition and brass. CAUTION! RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 70.00
  293. Tray lot – .300 Savage, .308 Win., .30-30, and .32 Special ammunition and brass. CAUTION! RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 40.00
  294. Tray lot – .30-06, .35 Rem., .22-250 ammunition and brass. CAUTION! RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 40.00
  295. Tray lot – (4) Holsters. One is nylon the rest are leather. Two are vintage double loop. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  296. (1) NIB aluminum handgun case and (3) boxes T-C Maxi-Hunter muzzle loader bullets. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  297. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  298. Vintage compound bow in soft case with arrows and attached and unattached accessories. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  299. Excellent Marksman break barrel .177 cal. pellet rifle with scope. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  300. Night Stalker .177 pellet firing “tactical” rifle. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  301. Box lot – 12, 16, and 20 gauge shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  302. (5) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  303. Tray lot – Vintage Spanish bayonet, NIB Uncle Henry hunting knife, Buck folding knife, Japanese folding knife. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  304. Tray lot – Large C02 cartridges and a lot of .177 pellets. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  305. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  306. (2125 or –) Rounds new Remington .22 LR hollow point ammunition. SOLD FOR: 190.00
  307. Box lot – Soft long gun sleeves, soft handgun case, rifle straps, holster, archery accessories. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  308. Tray lot – Holster, Mosin Nagant or SKS accessories, rifle sling, protective ear muffs, etc. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  309. Metal military ammo. can filled with new 7.62X39mm FMJ ammunition. SOLD FOR: 260.00
  310. Metal military ammo. can filled with .30-06 ammunition, some in Garand clips. CAUTION! SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 140.00
  311. Tray lot – 7.62X54mmR, .303 Brit., 9mm Largo ammunition and vintage Winchester 20 ga. slugs. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  312. Tray lot – 8X57mm Mauser and 6.5X55mm ammunition. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  313. Large plastic tackle box jammed with good lures. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  314. Tray lot – (1) Vintage Martin automatic fly reel and (5) single action fly reels, some boxed. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  315. (4) Saltwater trolling reels, vintage to modern. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  316. Tray lot – (6) User/collector freshwater spinning reels – 300 Mitchell, 308 & 408 Mitchell, Orvis, and scarce British Morritts. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  317. (5) Freshwater spinning reels, appear to be new in the boxes. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  318. Tray lot – Small fishing lures, assorted flies, some in aluminum boxes, vintage hook book, hook holder, and furnished line. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  319. Vintage wooden Sears & Roebuck shotgun shell case filled with gun related books, vintage loose shotgun shells, and a like new elk and predator call. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  320. Box lot – Tasco spotting scope, old Tasco rifle scope, and a Jason telescope. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  321. Box lot – Excellent oval wicker fishing creel, (2) wooden framed trout landing nets, and (3) interesting fishing lure related books. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  322. 1884 issue of the American Angler magazine and a packet of antique Allcock snelled flies. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  323. Tray lot – 1940s sporting magazines. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  324. (2) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 3.00
  325. Tray lot – Vintage casting reels, some in original boxes. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  326. Tray lot – (5) User/collector fishing reels. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  327. Tray lot – (5) User/collector fishing reels. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  328. Box lot – Large amount plastic cartridge storage boxes. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  329. Double takedown long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  330. Four place wooden wall mount gun rack with a storage drawer. SOLD FOR: 3.00
  331. Plastic ammo. storage box filled with (760 + or –) rounds .223 ammunition. SOLD FOR: 310.00
  332. Fine Browning takedown shotgun hard case. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  333. (6) New Sig Sauer single handgun hard cases. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  334. (6) New Sig Sauer single handgun hard cases. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  335. MTM shotgun shell storage box with extra trays. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  336. Tray lot – New A.R.M.S. #36OSR scope mount rails for AR-15 style flat top rifles. SOLD FOR: 330.00
  337. Box lot – Widely assorted shotgun shells, slugs, and buck shot. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  338. Tray lot – Assorted new Picatinny style scope/accessory mounts and Trijicon RX23 A.R.M.S. #15 throw lever mounts. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  339. Tray lot – Nylon straps, holsters, pouches, speed loader cases, magazine cases, etc. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  340. Bucket lot – Widely assorted empty fired and new brass. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  341. Tray lot – Assorted new and used gun parts, AR-15 bolts and parts, recoil pad, revolver grips, scope mounts, etc. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  342. Tray lot – High capacity pistol and rifle magazines. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  343. Tray lot – Hunting knife, gun locks, black powder shooting accessories, cartridge box. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  344. Plastic tub filled with empty ammo. and shell boxes, plastic box, gas mask, (2) camera tripods. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  345. Tray lot – (3) Rifle scopes and a pair of 10X50 binoculars. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  346. Box lot – Assorted .30-06 empty brass and a few loaded rounds. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  347. Tray lot -- Widely assorted ammunition. CAUTION! SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 85.00
  348. Metal military ammo can. with a shoulder holster, shooter’s arm band, and handcuff case inside. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  349. Soft long gun case and an assault rifle case with a gun sleeve and (3) soft handgun cases inside. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  350. New 40th anniversary tin of Winchester “AA” shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  351. Box lot – Empty powder container, AA shotshell wads, Acraglas kit, and shotshell primers. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  352. Cigar box partly filled with collectible .22 RF ammunition and blanks. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  353. Three part lot – (2) Small deactivated artillery shells and (1) large shell. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  354. Vintage wooden crossbow. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  355. Box lot – Artillery shell cases and projectiles. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  356. 1913 Remington bayonet with scabbard. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  357. (2) Antique bullet molds and (1) ultra high capacity magazine for a 1911A1 style .45 Auto. pistol. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  358. (3) Metal military ammo. cans. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  359. Box lot – Holster, cartridge belt, cartridge slide. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  360. Tray lot – Sight pusher, (2) sets new Ruger revolver grips, and a bag of small gun parts. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  361. Box lot – Assorted soft cover gun related books. SOLD FOR: 2.00
  362. Crosman Mark I Target C02 .22 cal. pellet pistol. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  363. Two part lot – (1) Vintage Indian Archery compound bow and (1) vintage Indian Archery re-curve bow. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  364. Tray lot – Black powder shooting accessories, archery accessories, (3) small pocket knives, Easton crossbow scope. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  365. Two part lot – (2) Rolls of topographical maps and a tray of scope mounts, .410 shells, Bushnell rifle scope, lens caps. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  366. Case XX U.S. Marine Corps knife in sheath. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  367. Bag of .30-30 ammunition and brass. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  368. Daisy mod. 880 pump up BB or pellet rifle. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  369. Box lot – Assorted rifle barrels. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  370. (1) Garand and (1) M14 rifle stocks and (1) M-1 Garand stock set, all new. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  371. (4) .22 rifle stocks, mostly vintage. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  372. Bundle of military rifle stocks. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  373. New “C” style M-1 Garand rifle stock. SOLD FOR: 95.00
  374. Crosman mod. 760 pump up BB or pellet rifle. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  375. Box lot – Assorted archery accessories. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  376. Old compound bow with aluminum arrows. SOLD FOR: 2.00
  377. Tray lot – 12 gauge shotgun shells, reloading bullets, scope mounts and sights, .357 ammunition. CAUTION! RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 30.00
  378. Excellent custom laminated cheek piece stock, with an attached bipod, probably for a short action 700 ADL Remington. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  379. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  380. Large double long gun, possibly a bow, case. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  381. Tray lot – Bushnell 10X50 binoculars, Nikon laser range finder, nylon strap, .22 rifle magazine loader. SOLD FOR: 150.00
  382. Tray lot – Trap shooter’s pouch, ear muffs, shooter’s glasses, Lynch box turkey call. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  383. Tray lot – Knife kit, hunting knife, (2) holsters. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  384. Like new Ruger 10/22 carbine stock. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  385. (2000 or –) Rounds clean boxed once fired .40 S&W brass. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  386. (1000 or –) Rounds clean boxed once fired .45 GAP brass. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  387. (2000 or –) Rounds clean boxed once fired .40 S&W brass. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  388. (3) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  389. Two part lot -- (2) Bronze like NRA sculptures, NIB – 2003 “Trailblazer” and 2005 “The Rough Rider”. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  390. Jet-O-Matic electric “Ranch Grill” in box. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  391. Tray lot – Military collectibles, air rifle pellets, new hunting knife, air soft pistol. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  392. Vintage wooden Remington .410 shell case filled with collectible/shooter .22 RF ammunition. SOLD FOR: 210.00
  393. Box lot – Assorted brass, gun parts, felt backed tanned snake skins, Ontario Knife Co. machete. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  394. Box lot – Assorted empty fired brass. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  395. Box lot – Cast lead .451 diameter lubed reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  396. Tray lot – Cast lead .45 Auto. bullets, Walther electronic sight in box, .410 shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 55.00

TOTAL SOLD - $93,925.50

 

 

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Gun Registration Information

All guns with an "R" before the number must be registered. Licensed dealers must have a current copy of their FFL signed in ink in our files. No modern long guns sold to anyone under the age of 18, nor modern hand guns to anyone under 21. No hand guns sold to out of state residents who are not dealers. Residents of states requiring a purchase permit to buy long guns (I.E. New Jersey, etc.) must furnish this permit. Persons with Curio & Relic licenses may only purchase firearms listed as such by the B.A.T.F. and must provide a signed copy of that license. The purchaser pays any and all registration fees.

Your interpretation of "excellent", "very good", "good", etc. may be very different than ours, when it comes to the description of the condition of these guns. You are the final judge of condition before you buy. Please examine any item you are interested in very carefully and decide, before you bid, if it is as you expected. Always have a gunsmith check a gun you purchased for possible defects. We do not warrant any gun to be in firing condition.

If you see any glaring mistakes in the catalog description of the guns, please inform us of the error prior to the start of the sale. This will allow us to let other buyers know of the correction before any items are sold.

We will now be adding a "(C&R)" designation to the gun listing, to indicate guns that can be given directly to buyers who are holders of Curio & Relic licenses. There may be guns that we miss that are C&R eligible. The burden of proof is on the buyer to show that a particular gun is C&R eligible. C&R guns are listed on the BATF website and in their C&R booklet. Guns that are at least 50 years old also qualify as Curio and Relics. C&R license holders are not required to fill out BATF form 4473, but must still pay the PA state $3.00 surcharge per gun.

And now a few words about antique guns. Federal law requires any firearm, made after 1898, to be registered. Even though a gun looks like an antique, we need proof it was made before 1898 before we can give it to you without registration. Since documentation of guns made by many obscure manufacturers is difficult and time consuming, we may, sometimes, incorrectly register a gun that might be an antique. We regret this error but in the case of a Federally licensed dealer, it’s better safe than sorry.

Thanks for your consideration and enjoy the auction.