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R       1.     J. Stevens A & T Co. “Favorite” ser.# 265. Vintage takedown single shot lever action falling block .22 “boy’s” rifle. 22” part round, part octagon, barrel. Old replacement sights. Poor bore. Very good action. Dark brown metal covered with old rust. Plain walnut forearm has a sliver missing. Matching straight grip stock with dings, cracks, and scratches. Fair original hard rubber butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 220.00

R       2.     Eclipse Gun Co. mod. 1892 ser.# 130951. Vintage (pre-1918) 12 ga. exposed hammer side lock double barrel shotgun made in Belgium by Henri Pieper and imported by the Mecham Arms Co. of St. Louis. 29” “Damascus Finish” barrels are probably regular steel but the gun is not recommended for shooting. Poor bores. Very loose action does work. Gray/brown rusty metal. Fair/good wood. Fair original butt plate. A wall hanger! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R       3.     Remington mod. 760C ser.# B7053205. Slide action .30-06 carbine made in 1978. Detachable magazine. 18 ½” barrel has the original sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 99% factory blue. Non-factory quick detachable sling swivels. Excellent checkered, gloss finished, walnut forearm with a black tip. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock and original butt plate. Includes a leather sling and a 4X Bushnell scope in a Weaver flip over mount. Gun does not show a lot of use. SOLD FOR: 750.00

R       4.     Springfield Armory mod. 1898 “Krag” ser.# 414934. Sporterized .30-40 bolt action U.S. military rifle made in 1902. Lyman ramp front sight on the 22” barrel. Redfield receiver sight. Original side mounted magazine. Good/very good bright bore. Excellent action needs a little cleaning and lube. Original blue is getting a brownish tint, has a little light rust, and may have some cold blue touchup. Very good military stock is missing the hand guard, was cut at the fore-end, and varnished. Correct metal butt plate with an empty trap. Includes a fancy broad leather carrying strap in one original, and one replacement, swivel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 190.00

R       5.     Smith & Wesson mod. 22/32 “Hand Ejector Target” ser.# 444631. Vintage .22 double action target revolver made in the 1930s. 6” barrel. Patridge front sight and an adjustable rear sight. Swing out 6 shot cylinder does not have recessed chambers so ammunition should be limited to standard velocity. Rather dirty revolver’s bore will clean to excellent and so should the action. Case color visible on the hammer and trigger. 92% factory blue shows a few rust spots, a cylinder ring, and holster wear. Very good/excellent original checkered walnut square butt target grips. Gun should clean up to be pretty decent! Includes a vintage, but altered, double loop holster. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 525.00

R       6.     Browning “Automatic” ser.# 69T 14440. Slim, grade one, Belgian made, bottom ejecting, .22 semi-automatic rifle with a tubular magazine hidden in the butt. Rifle takes down in the middle. Manufactured in 1969. 19” barrel is missing the rear sight but has a 3-9X Bushnell 1” scope mounted on a factory provided base. Excellent bore and action. Engraved sides of the frame. Clean metal has 99% factory blue. Excellent, light colored, checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock with a loading port on the side. Correct metal butt plate. Gun doesn’t show much use. SOLD FOR: 600.00

R       7.     J. Stevens A & T Co. “Favorite” ser.# Q375. Vintage takedown single shot lever action falling block .22 “boy’s” rifle. 22” part round, part octagon, barrel. Original sights. Broken upper tang. Good bore. Very good action, unfortunately the firing pin is missing. Dark gray/brown, dinged, metal with old heavy rust patches. Plain walnut forearm is very good. Matching straight grip stock with dings, scratches, and a coat of newer varnish. Fair original hard rubber butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 180.00

R       8.     Winchester mod. 55 ser.# 3626. A very fine, unaltered, example of this 1926 production takedown .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) lever action rifle. No extra holes anywhere. 100% original. 24” round “Nickel Steel” barrel has an excellent bright bore. Like new action. Clean metal retains 89% factory blue. The receiver shows flaking, carry wear, and a few light cleaning scratches. Excellent screw slots. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock have hunting marks and scratches but, also, lots of original finish. Correct grooved steel butt plate. Gun is well above average! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,650.00

          9.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. A modern reproduction of a muzzle loading percussion shotgun/cane. 26 ½” barrel of approx. 20 gauge. Blued metal. Nicely grained wooden handle. Item looks like it was never fired and was possibly not intended to be?? Well made gun/cane should be seen. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R     10.     Smith & Wesson mod. 36 ser.# J269390. Small frame 5 shot .38 Special snub nose double action revolver made approx. 1975. 2” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Gloss blued metal. Case colored hammer and trigger. Checkered walnut round butt grips. Revolver looks like new overall and could be unfired. It’s in the original blue slip top box with all the paperwork, original purchase receipt, and unused tools. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R     11.     Smith & Wesson mod. 15-3 ser.# 6K74434. Medium frame 6 shot .38 Special snub nose double action revolver made in 1975. 2” barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Gloss blued metal. Case colored hammer and trigger. Checkered walnut round butt grips. Revolver looks like new overall and could be unfired. It’s in the original blue slip top box with much of the paperwork but no tools. SOLD FOR: 550.00

R     12.     Smith & Wesson “Safety” ser.# 199782. Call it what you will, “New Departure”, “Lemon Squeezer”, etc. A 4th model double action, top break, .38 S&W 5 shot revolver made approx. 1905. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Bore might clean to fair. Very good/excellent action needs cleaning. 89% factory nickel, 11% rust, scratches, and wear. Worn blued trigger guard. Original checkered hard rubber grips have a large chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

R     13.     Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# 49551. Not a bad example of this vintage 5 shot double action top break revolver chambered in .38 S&W. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Crisp automatic ejector. Excellent bore and action. 95% bright factory nickel showing a few scratches and light cleaning marks. Blued trigger guard buffed, mostly, bright. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

        14.     Richardson & Overman “Gallager” ser.# 9041. Civil War era single shot breech loading .50 caliber percussion carbine. Under lever slides the tip down breech open for loading. Original configuration and unaltered. 22 ¼” barrel has a very good, although pitted, bore with well pronounced rifling. Excellent action. Correct sights, saddle bar and ring, butt plate, patch/cap box, and lever latch. Cleaned to bare gray metal has some light pitting and brown patches. Fair, quite worn, dark walnut straight grip stock has a poorly repaired toe chip and the initial “W” scratched in the side. Carbine could still, easily, be fired! SOLD FOR: 1,600.00

        15.     Massachusetts Arms Co. “Smith” ser.# 11769. Civil War era single shot breech loading .50 caliber percussion carbine. Depressing the brass latch in the trigger guard tips the breech open for loading. The latch is difficult to press but the breech can be opened. Original configuration and unaltered. 21 & 5/8th inch barrel has a very good, although lightly pitted, bore with well pronounced rifling. Excellent action. Correct sights, saddle bar and ring, and butt plate. Cleaned to bare gray metal shows light pitting. Fair dinged and worn walnut forearm. Straight grip stock has a crack, dings, and wear. SOLD FOR: 875.00

R     16.     W. H. Davenport Fire Arms “The Brownie” ser.# 1116. Unique and scarce vintage takedown .22 single shot lever action “boy’s” rifle with a falling breech block. 22” barrel, automatic ejector, and the original semi-fixed sights. Fair/poor bright bore has visible rifling. Action not working correctly. Dark blue/brown metal shows traces of case color on the, mostly brown, frame. Blued barrel covered with rust. Good Schnabel tipped plain walnut forearm has a crack and dings. Very good, dinged and scratched, straight grip matching stock. The wood still has lots of original finish. Correct smooth metal butt plate. When did you ever see one?? (C&R) SOLD FOR: 220.00

R     17.     Iver Johnson “Champion” ser.# 87798B. A 1920s production 20 ga. single shot hammer gun. 27 ½” barrel with an extractor. Chamber measures less than 2 ¾”. Bore might clean to good. Excellent action. Blue/brown smooth metal has light dings and probable cold blue on the barrel. Good cracked plain walnut forearm. Very good matching  capped pistol grip stock was shortened to 13 ¼” pull and an old butt plate altered to fit. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R     18.     Remington mod. 722 ser.# 387183. Standard grade bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .244 Rem. (6mm Rem.) Made in 1956. 26” barrel. Original sights. Blind magazine with a steel floor plate. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue shows scattered light rust. Very good plain walnut stock has light hunting marks and mildew spots. It looks like oil has penetrated the finish and darkened sections of the stock. Correct checkered aluminum butt plate. Includes a leather sling in non-factory swivels and a vintage Weaver 6X?? scope in a Weaver flip over mount. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R     19.     Remington mod. 870 “Wingmaster” ser.# 13057V. Takedown slide action 12 ga. shotgun made in 1950, the first year of production. Plain 28” matching number barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Modified choke. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. 95% factory satin blued metal has a little fine rust residue. Excellent grooved walnut forearm. Butt stock had the wrist broken through but was fairly well repaired and the wood refinished. Recoil pad to 14” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 210.00

R     20.     J. C. Higgins mod. 103.18 ser.# n/a. Bolt action manually cocked .22 single shot rifle made for Sears by Marlin. 22” barrel. Open sights. Excellent bore and action. Factory chromed bolt. 95% factory blue with light cleanable rust. Very good plain hardwood stock. Lightly chipped butt plate. SOLD FOR: 100.00

R     21.     Davis Warner Arms Corp. “N. R. Davis & Sons Ajax” ser.# C1126. Vintage box lock hammerless side by side 16 ga. shotgun. 28” barrels. Broad solid rib. 2 ¾” chambers. Choked full and fuller. Double triggers and extractors. Bores should clean to very good or better. Automatic safety. Action works fine but the opening lever doesn’t stay to the right when the breech is opened. Receiver is mostly bright gray with traces of case color. Trigger guard cleaned to bare gray. Lightly rusted blue/brown barrels. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching round knob pistol grip stock. Wood shows hunting marks. Very good original butt plate (C&R) SOLD FOR: 200.00

R   22A.    First of a lot of 3. Iver Johnson mod. 1900 ser.# 81124. Barreled frame only for a vintage solid frame .32 cal. pocket revolver. Rusty nickel plated parts revolver.

R   22B.    Second of the lot. Iver Johnson “Safety Hammerless Automatic Revolver” ser.# L21520. Rusty nickel plated frame only for a vintage top break revolver.

     22C.     Third of the lot. Iver Johnson “Defender” ser.# 373. Frame only for an antique spur trigger single action revolver. Rusty nickel plated. SOLD FOR: No Sale

R     23.     Mossberg mod. 640KB “Chuckster” ser.# n/a. Bolt action rifle, with a clip, chambered in .22 Magnum RF. 24” barrel. Open sights. Receiver grooved for a scope. Bore should clean to excellent. Excellent action. Blued metal has patches of medium rust and scattered light rust. Excellent impressed checkered walnut cheek piece Monte Carlo stock needs a serious cleaning. Original sling swivels. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 160.00

R     24.     Revelation mod. 225 ser.# A713740. Bolt action .222 Rem. rifle made for Western Auto by Savage. Detachable magazine. 24” barrel has the original sights, missing the rear step. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Factory chrome plated bolt handle. Balance of the metal has 95% factory blue with scattered light rust. Excellent plain hardwood stock was stripped of its finish. Excellent butt plate. Includes a 4X Scope scope, in a correct side mount, and swivel studs. SOLD FOR: 270.00

R     25.     J. Stevens Arms Co. mod. 59A ser.# n/a. Bolt action .410 shotgun with a tubular magazine. 24 ½” barrel. 3” chamber. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent, but dry, action. Factory chromed bolt handle. Balance of the metal retains 94% factory blue with scattered rust overall. Excellent plain hardwood stock has scratches and finish wear. Very good butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R     26.     Rossi-Interarms mod. 92SRS “Puma” ser.# K066486. Good quality .357 lever action saddle ring carbine is a Brazilian made copy of a Winchester model 92 “trapper”. 16” barrel. Open sights. Tubular magazine and a hammer. Made before the mandatory bolt mounted safety. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Clean metal has 99% factory blue, turning slightly plum color on the receiver. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Correct carbine style metal butt plate. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R     27.     Cimarron-Uberti “Thunderer” ser.# 166362. Modern Italian made full size, 6 shot, single action .357 revolver with a “bird’s head” grip frame. Basically a copy of a Colt Single Action Army revolver. 7 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. Black powder style steel frame. Excellent bore and action. Case colored frame. Balance of the metal blued. Checkered walnut one piece grip. Revolver has been fired and shows a few light handling marks but is excellent overall. Includes the original box. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R     28.     Smith & Wesson mod. 25-5 ser.# N848948. Large “N” frame double action revolver chambered in .45 Colt. Manufactured in 1981 before the new lockable action. 8 & 3/8th inch pinned barrel. Red ramp front sight. White outline adjustable rear sight. 6 shot swing out cylinder. Perfect bore and action. Case colored target hammer and trigger. Gloss blued metal. Checkered walnut target grips. Big, beautiful, revolver looks like new overall and is close to unfired. It’s in the original wooden, plush lined, display case with tools but no paperwork. SOLD FOR: 675.00

R     29.     National Firearms Co. slide action ser.# 121309. Vintage 12 ga. takedown hammer fired pump shotgun made for a large retailer by Marlin. The same gun as Marlin’s model 19, etc. Plain 30” barrel. Chamber length unknown. Modified choke. Fair/good bore. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal with scratches. Very good grooved walnut forearm. Matching plain straight grip butt stock was probably refinished and has a recoil pad to 13 ½” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 240.00

R     30.     Cimerron-Uberti mod. P Jr. ser.# JT2156. Top quality Italian made, scaled down, version of the Colt Single Action Army revolver. Chambered in .38 Special. 4 ¾” barrel. Barrel mounted ejector rod. 6 shot cylinder. Frame mounted firing pin. Fixed sights, the front slightly bent to the left. Excellent bore and action. Case colored frame. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut one piece grip. Revolver was fired and shows handling, with light scratches and a little edge wear. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R     31.     Colt “Python” ser.# K75515. Premium 6 shot double action, medium frame, revolver made in 1982. 6” lugged barrel. Ventilated rib. Red ramp front sight. White outline adjustable rear sight. Swing out cylinder. Excellent bore. Slick excellent action almost feels like it was “tuned”. Gloss blued clean metal shows light edge wear and a few handling marks but retains 96% factory finish. Excellent checkered walnut factory grips probably have extra finish. Overall, still a fine 30+ year old Python! SOLD FOR: 1,400.00

R     32.     Winchester mod. 1912 ser.# 214896. 12 ga. takedown pump shotgun originally made in 1919 but completely refurbished into trap configuration. 28” full choke “Nickel Steel” barrel has a new ventilated rib that extends completely over the top of the receiver. Chamber length unknown. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Metal was buffed and professionally reblued. Stress striations remaining from the buffing process have turned a streaky plum color, otherwise 98% blue remains. A small area of new light rust on the receiver. Excellent new, plain fancy walnut, fluted forearm. Excellent matching high comb butt stock has a flared pistol grip cap, a former owner’s initial, light scratches, and an adjustable Morgan style Pachmayr recoil pad to 14 & 3/8th inch pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R   33A.    First of a lot of 3. Harrington & Richardson “Automatic Ejecting” ser.# 241696. Vintage top break 6 shot .32 S&W double action revolver. 3 ¼” barrel. Fair bore. Very good action. 65% factory nickel, 35% rust. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

     33B.     Second of the lot. Iver Johnson “Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver” ser.# 91312. Antique first model top break double action revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 3” barrel. Poor bore. Excellent action. 65% factory nickel, 35% rust and blistering. Excellent checkered black “owl’s head” logo grips.

R   33C.    Third of the lot. U.S. Revolver Co. double action ser.# 45132. Vintage 6 shot solid frame .32 S&W revolver made by Iver Johnson. 2 ½” barrel missing the sight. Poor bore. Action works but the cylinder doesn’t rotate. 65% factory nickel, 35% rust and peeling. Original grips have a large chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R     34.     Savage-Stevens mod. 15B ser.# n/a. Compact manually cocked .22 bolt action single shot rifle. 21” barrel is missing the rear sight but has a vintage Weaver B6 scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Blue/brown metal covered with rust. Very good, revarnished, plain hardwood stock shows lots of little scratches. Very good butt plate to 12” pull. Includes a leather strap in non-factory swivels. SOLD FOR: 70.00

        35.     W. Richards hammer double ser.# 1540. Antique 12 ga. side by side made in Belgium. Back action locks. Under lever opener also serves as the forearm. 30” “Laminated Steel” barrels. Poor bores. Excellent action. Worn blue/gray/brown metal may have had some cold blue added. Fair/good checkered round knob pistol grip stock has a crack and was revarnished. Correct metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 130.00

R     36.     Hunter Arms “Hunter Special” ser.# 170998. Hammerless box lock 16 ga. side by side shotgun. One of only 1777 made between 1937 and 1945. 28” barrels choked full and fuller. Matted solid rib. Chambers measure almost 2 ¾”. Double triggers and extractors. Dent free bores will clean to excellent. Automatic safety. Excellent rock solid action, the opening lever still angled to the right. Smooth brown receiver still shows a little case color. Satin blue/brown barrels have old rust. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm and the matching capped pistol grip stock were both stripped of their finish but have only a few minor marks. Original butt plate has a small chip. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R     37.     Winchester mod. 37 ser.# n/a. Vintage 16 ga. single shot hammer gun. This version has a “pig tail” opening lever and the word “Winchester” stamped on the bottom in red letters. 28” barrel with an ejector. 2 ¾” chamber. Full choke. Excellent bore and action. Receiver and trigger guard are mostly gray showing light cleaning scratches. Barrel has a thin blue/brown finish with light rust. Plain walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock have hunting marks, possible very light cracks, and were stripped of the original finish. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R     38.     Colt “New Service” ser.# 340679. Large frame 6 shot double action revolver made in 1937. Chambered in .38 Special. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Small knob on the end of the extractor rod is missing. Bore should clean to excellent. Action works fine but the cylinder lock up is sloppy. Metal was professionally reblued years ago and again shows scratches, edge wear, and dots of rust. Bottom of the butt stamped “S. A. P. D. 102”. Good checkered dark brown plastic original grips. A rare hand gun in less than collector condition. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 225.00

R     39.     A.M.T. “Backup” ser.# F00526. Covina, CA made hammerless semi-automatic pocket pistol chambered in scarce .22 LR. 2 & 5/8th inch barrel. Fixed sights. Grip and thumb safeties. Excellent bore and action. Metal is clean matte stainless steel with the sides of the slide finished bright. Checkered black plastic grips. Gun shows handling marks but not a lot of use. Includes an excellent Safariland leather clip on belt holster made for this model. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R     40.     Spanish “Hand Ejector” ser.# F11225. Vintage 6 shot double action medium frame revolver chambered in .32-20. A good copy of the Smith & Wesson model 1905. 6 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Not a stamping on the gun anywhere except a tiny “Made In Spain” on the frame. Fair worn bore. Excellent action. Only a hint of case color on the hammer and trigger. Pitted and lightly rusted metal has approx. 89% factory blue. Very good checkered walnut grips with a 6 pointed star logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

R   41A.    First of a lot of 3. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 73585. Vintage 6 shot solid frame revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Spurless hammer. Poor bore. Working action. Dirty metal retains 10% factory nickel, 90% rust. Very good original checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R)

R   41B.    Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 4750. Vintage 6 shot solid frame revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore. Very good action. Dirty metal retains 40% factory nickel, 60% rust. Very good original checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R)

R   41C.    Third of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 8566. Vintage 6 shot solid frame revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. Dirty metal retains 80% factory nickel, 20% rust. Excellent original checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 70.00

R   42A.    First of a lot of 2. Smith & Wesson “Safety” ser.# 11427. Vintage second model “lemon squeezer” top break 5 shot double action hammerless revolver made approx. 1903. Chambered in .32 S&W. 3 ½” barrel. Fixed sights. Grip safety. Bore might clean to fair. Excellent action. Dirty, rusty, dark brown metal. Very good checkered black “S&W” logo grips. (C&R)

     42B.     Second of the lot. Smith & Wesson Double Action” ser.# 334156. Antique fourth model 5 shot top break revolver made prior to 1899. Chambered in .38 S&W. 3 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Bore might clean to fair. Action not working. Dirty metal retains 40% factory nickel, 60% rust. Poor worn and broken grips. SOLD FOR: 160.00

     43A.     First of a lot of 4. Iver Johnson “American Bull Dog” ser.# 6615. Antique solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 52% factory nickel, 48% rust. Good original black hard rubber grips embossed with an eagle and flag motif.

     43B.     Second of the lot. Iver Johnson “American Bull Dog” ser.# 6984. Antique solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 82% factory nickel, 18% rust. Excellent original black hard rubber grips embossed with an eagle and flag motif.

     43C.     Third of the lot. Iver Johnson “American Bull Dog” ser.# 1105. Antique solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore. Very good action. 84% factory nickel, 16% rust. Excellent original black hard rubber grips embossed with an eagle and flag motif.

     43D.     Fourth of the lot. Iver Johnson “American Bull Dog” ser.# 3532. Antique solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 50% factory nickel, 50% rust. Excellent original black hard rubber grips embossed with an eagle and flag motif. SOLD FOR: 160.00

     44A.     First of a lot of 3. German double action ser.# 28. Antique 6 shot solid frame revolver. “Crown N” proofed. 3” octagon barrel stamped “Cal. 765”. Probably .32 S&W but should be checked. Fixed sights. Side swinging ejector rod housed in the center pin. Frame mounted safety lever. Very good bore and action. Revolver is dirty but still shows traces of case color on the frame. Balance of the metal is a worn and scratched blue/gray. Missing the lanyard ring. Excellent original checkered wood grips.

     44B.     Second of the lot. Unknown maker double action ser.# 28. Antique 6 shot solid frame revolver that could be the little brother of the gun above. No proof marks indicating where it was made. Appears to be .32 cal. but must be checked. Folding trigger. Frame mounted safety lever. Side swinging ejector rod housed in the center pin. 1 ¾” barrel integral to the frame. Poor bore and action. Dirty, rusty, gray/brown metal. Very good checkered wood “bird’s head” grips.

     44C.     Third of the lot. Belgian?? “British Bull Dog” ser.# 24. Antique copy of the real British double action 6 shot revolver. Possibly even U.S. made. Solid frame. Appears to be chambered in .38 S&W but should be checked. 2 ¼” barrel made integral to the frame. Side swinging ejector rod housed in the center pin. Conventional trigger. Poor bore might clean better. Surprisingly smooth excellent action. Dirty gun retains 45% factory nickel, 55% rust. Excellent checkered walnut “bird’s head” grips. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R   45A.    First of a lot of 2. Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 141232. Vintage .38 S&W solid frame 5 shot revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Fair bore. Action works fine but watch for faulty cylinder indexing. Strong traces of case color on the hammer. Blued trigger guard. Balance of the metal has 88% dull factory nickel, 12% rust. Excellent original checkered and embossed black grips. (C&R)

R   45B.    Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 45572. Vintage 5 shot top break .38 S&W double action revolver with a concealed hammer. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Poor bore. Very good action. 79% factory nickel, 21% rust and scratches. Fair worn “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R     46.     Ruger “Carbine” ser.# 132342. 1968 production .44 Mag. semi-automatic with an internal tubular magazine. This one has been used and abused. 18” barrel has the factory front sight but the rear sight is a replacement. Top of the receiver originally drilled for a scope mount and has one Weaver base installed. Weird replacement bolt handle. Bright excellent bore. Excellent action. Scratched and lightly rusted metal still has 95% factory blue and black finish. Non-factory QD swivel studs. Solid plain walnut stock has lots of dings and scratches. Ruger cloisonné emblem on the side of the butt. Correct carbine style metal butt plate. A good cleaning will make this a respectable shooter! SOLD FOR: 575.00

R     47.     Remington “Apache 77” ser.# A2355049. .22 semi-automatic carbine made in 1987 and sold through the K-Mart stores. Detachable 10 round plastic magazine. 19 ½” barrel. Original sights. Excellent bore. Excellent, but dirty, action. Matte black sheet metal receiver cover is grooved for a scope. It shows light rust and scratches. Lightly rusted blued barrel. Excellent dark green “Zytel” nylon/plastic checkered stock that doesn’t have the usual scratches. Excellent butt plate. Rather scarce gun needs a good cleaning! SOLD FOR: 300.00

R     48.     Marlin mod. 1894 ser.# 20024750. Lever action carbine chambered in .357. Made before the push button safety. 18” barrel has a “Micro-Groove” bore that will clean to excellent. Tubular magazine and a hammer. Original sights. Top of the receiver factory drilled for a scope mount (not included). Excellent, rather dry, action. 98% original blue with a light coat of rust. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 600.00

R     49.     Remington mod. 03-A3 ser.# 3491829. Bolt action .30-06 U.S. military rifle. Receiver made in 1942. Correct barrel dated 2-43. Rifle is all original and, with a little cleaning, will be an excellent example. Correct sights include a front cover. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Approx. 98% original metal finish remains, with a little cleanable rust. Very good hand guard has one gouge and a fine crack. Very good full length plain walnut stock showing all the proper proof marks. Original butt plate has an empty trap. Includes a green web sling. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 825.00

R     50.     Colt mod. SP-1 (AR-15) “Sporter” ser.# SP171312. Pre-(1st)ban .223 semi-automatic “black” rifle with a detachable after market Orlite magazine. 20” barrel. Flash hider. Bayonet lug. No forward assist or case deflector. Small flip rear sight. Excellent bore and action. 98% matte gray/green metal finish needs a good cleaning. Excellent, lightly scratched, plain black synthetic triangular forearm, checkered pistol grip, and fixed butt stock. Checkered metal butt plate has an empty trap. Includes a black web strap in factory swivels. Sales of new ARs to civilians may soon be banned again! Get it now! SOLD FOR: 1,500.00

R     51.     duv (Berliner-Luebecker Maschinenfabrik) mod. G43 ser.# 9871. WW II era German semi-automatic military rifle with a detachable box magazine. Receiver Nazi proofed and dated 1944. Original configuration. Chambered in 8X57mm. Correct sights include the front hood. Cleaning rod intact. Fair bore might clean better. Excellent action. Blue/brown metal has old light rust, much of which will clean off. Very good laminated hand guard and matching full length stock showing use marks. Correct metal butt plate with an empty trap. Original leather strap. This German “Garand” looks like it’s been in someone’s attic since the end of the war and just needs a good cleaning! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,700.00

R     52.     Remington mod. 66 ser.# 2503751. All original .22 semi-automatic carbine with a tubular magazine housed in the butt. Manufactured in 1975. Sheet metal receiver cover grooved for a scope. Open sights. Excellent bore. Excellent, dirty and dry, action. 98% factory blue speckled with light rust. Excellent checkered brown Zytel nylon/plastic stock. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 325.00

     53A.     First of a lot of 3. N.Y. Pistol Co. “Lone Star No. 1” ser.# 8400. Antique single action 7 shot .22 spur trigger pocket revolver made by H & D Folsom. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 50% factory nickel, 50% rust. Very good smooth black “bird’s head” grips.

     53B.     Second of the lot. Chicago Firearms Co. “Protector” ser.# n/a. Antique single action 5 shot .32 Rim Fire spur trigger pocket revolver. 2 ¾” round barrel. Poor bore and action. 18% factory nickel, 82% rust. Excellent mother of pearl “bird’s head” grips.

     53C.     Third of the lot. E.L. & J. Dickinson “Sterling” ser.# 1014. Antique single action 5 shot .32 Rim Fire spur trigger pocket revolver. 3” octagon barrel. Broken center pin. Poor bore and action. 45% factory nickel, 55% rust. Excellent checkered black hard rubber “bird’s head” grips. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R   54A.    First of a lot of 3. Forehand Arms Co. “Double Action” ser.# 61388. Vintage .38 S&W solid frame 5 shot revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Fair bore. Action works fine but the cylinder indexing is terrible. Worn, dirty, gray/brown metal. Excellent original checkered and embossed black “F&W” logo grips. (C&R)

R   54B.    Second of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “Premier” ser.# 3725. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action pocket revolver. 3” barrel. Poor bore. Very good action. 50% factory nickel, 50% dirt and rust. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

R   54C.    Third of the lot. Unknown maker “Boston Bull-Dog” ser.# 9368. Vintage solid frame 5 shot double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fair/good bore. Action works fine but, again, the cylinder indexing is questionable. 85% factory nickel, 15% rust. Original embossed black grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

     55A.     First of a lot of 3. Iver Johnson “Defender” ser.# n/a. Antique spur trigger single action pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. 7 round cylinder. 2 ¼” barrel. Fair/poor bore. Action not working. 90% factory nickel, 10% rust. Checkered black grips have a crack in one panel.

     55B.     Second of the lot. Forehand & Wadsworth “Royal” ser.# 120. Antique spur trigger, 5 shot, single action pocket revolver chambered in .32 Rim Fire. 2 ¾” octagon barrel. Poor bore. Fair/good action. 60% factory nickel, 40% rust. Excellent original checkered black hard rubber, square butt, grips embossed with a star.

     55C.     Third of the lot. Hopkins & Allen Mfg. Co. mod. XL 8 “Double Action” ser.# 8135. Antique 5 shot solid frame pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W Short. Missing parts. 2 ¾” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 65% factory nickel, 35% rust. Excellent original checkered black grips. SOLD FOR: 160.00

R   56A.    First of a lot of 5. Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. mod. XL “Double Action” ser.# 24394. Vintage 7 shot solid frame pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. 2 ¼” octagon barrel. Poor bore and action. 35% factory nickel, 65% rust. Excellent original checkered black grips. (C&R)

R   56B.    Second of the lot. U. S. Revolver Co. double action ser.# 39463. Vintage 7 shot solid frame pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. Made by Iver Johnson. 2 ½” round barrel. Fair bore. Very good action. Blued metal painted a worn, old, black. Excellent original checkered black “U.S.” logo grips. (C&R)

R   56C.    Third of the lot. Iver Johnson mod. 1900 ser.# 8830. Vintage 7 shot solid frame double action pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fair bore. Very good action. 50% factory nickel, 50% dings, scratches, and rust. Fair black painted home made wooden grips. (C&R)

R   56D.    Fourth of the lot. Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. mod. XL “Double Action” ser.# 641. Vintage 7 shot solid frame pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. 2 ¼” octagon barrel. Fair bore. Very good action. 80% factory nickel, 20% rust. Excellent original checkered black “H&A” logo grips. (C&R)

R   56E.    Fifth of the lot. Harrington & Richardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 9503. Vintage 7 shot solid frame pocket revolver chambered in .22 RF. 2” octagon barrel. Broken center pin. Poor bore. Action works but the cylinder doesn’t rotate. 60% factory nickel, 40% rust. Good original grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R   57A.    First of a lot of 4. Iver Johnson “Safety Hammerless Automatic Revolver” ser.# H46789. Vintage top break 5 shot double action pocket revolver. “Bicycle” style, with a 2” barrel. Safety tab in the trigger guard. Concealed hammer. Poor bore and action. 60% factory nickel, 40% rust. Poor original grips with no screw. (C&R)

R   57B.    Second of the lot. U. S. Revolver Co. top break ser.# 24519. Vintage 5 shot .32 S&W double action pocket revolver. 3” barrel. Poor bore and action. 50% factory nickel, 50% rust. Original grips have a chip from one panel (C&R)

     57C.     Third of the lot. Iver Johnson “Safety Hammerless Automatic Revolver” ser.# 73222. Antique first model top break 5 shot double action pocket revolver. 2” barrel. Safety tab in the trigger guard. Concealed hammer. Poor bore and action. 50% factory nickel, 50% rust. Very good checkered black grips with the “owl’s head” logo.

R   57D.    Fourth of the lot. Thames Arms Co. mod. 1886 ser.# 66150. Vintage 5 shot top break .32 S&W double action revolver with a 3 ¼” barrel, missing the front sight. Poor bore. Very good action but the cylinder indexing might be faulty. Slightly damaged trigger guard. 75% dull factory nickel, 25% rust. Original grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R     58.     Star-Interarms mod. M45 ser.# 2075627. Compact, top quality, all steel single action semi-auto. pistol chambered in .45 ACP. Manufactured in Spain. 3 ½” barrel. Semi-fixed white dot sights. Ambidextrous thumb safety. Satin and semi-gloss blued metal. Checkered rubber grips. Pistol looks like new overall. It’s in the original box with all paperwork, a spare magazine, and a screw driver. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R     59.     Colt “Civil War Centennial Model” ser.# 12115W. Unusual single shot .22 Short “revolver”. A half size reproduction of the model 1860 percussion revolver, issued in 1961. Pistol must be disassembled to load. 6” barrel. “Cylinder” is only drilled through for one cartridge. Excellent bore and action. “Gold” plated frame. Black barrel and cylinder. Plain walnut grips. Gun has a few handling marks but may be unfired. Includes a dirty, plush lined, original display case and some paperwork. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 230.00

R     60.     Smith & Wesson mod. 4516-1 ser.# TED6527. An all stainless steel double or single action .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol. 3 ¾” barrel. Semi-fixed white dot sights. Ambidextrous safety. Spurless hammer can still be cocked. 7 round magazine. Excellent bore and action. Clean matte finished metal. Checkered black plastic one piece grip. Pistol looks like new overall. It’s in the original box with a spare magazine, tools, and some papers. SOLD FOR: 600.00

R     61.     Harrington & Richardson “The American Double Action” ser.# 128633. An excellent example of this vintage 6 shot .32 S&W solid frame revolver. 2 ½” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Bore will clean to very good. Excellent solid action. Fairly clean metal retains 99% shiny factory nickel, showing only a dot or two of rust. Blued trigger guard. Case colored hammer. Excellent original black grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R     62.     Charter Arms mod. AR-7 “Explorer” ser.# A260909. Light weight semi-automatic .22 “survival” rifle that disassembles and stows into its own black plastic floating stock. Clip fed. 16” barrel. Semi-fixed front sight. Excellent bore and action. Metal is alloy, with steel parts at critical areas. The original black painted finish shows lots of scratches as does the stock. Correct removable plastic butt plate. SOLD FOR: 175.00

R     63.     Intratec mod. TEC-22 ser.# 035178. Interesting pre-(1st)ban polymer framed .22 semi-automatic pistol that uses magazines, mounted in front of the trigger guard, made for the model 10/22 Ruger. This one has a 50 round Ram-Line “banana” clip. 4” barrel is threaded and has the factory provided thread protector. Basic fixed sights. Excellent bore and action. Black lower has a ribbed grip section. Matte black steel upper has hints of rust that could be caught in time, with oil, before it gets bad. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R     64.     Masterpiece Arms mod. MPA30 “Defender” ser.# B7890. Unusual top cocking semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm Luger. Reminiscent of the old MAC-10. A blocky, all steel, pistol with a threaded 5 ½” barrel and a grip mounted high capacity magazine. Basic fixed sights. Excellent bore and action. Matte black metal has forming rust that could easily be stopped by a good cleaning. SOLD FOR: 450.00

        65.     Connecticut Valley Arms-ASM mod. 1860 ser.# 31292. Modern Italian reproduction of the original Colt .44 cal. 6 shot percussion “Army” revolver. 8” barrel missing the front sight. Wedge screw also missing. Very good bore. Excellent action. Brass frame and grip frame. Balance of the clean metal gloss blued. Poorly fit plain walnut one piece grip. SOLD FOR: 110.00

R     66.     Iver Johnson “Supershot” ser.# 12068. Vintage 9 shot top break .22 double action revolver. 6” barrel. Fixed sights. Bore should clean to very good. Automatic extractor and the action are both not working. Very worn blue/gray metal with scratches and old rust residue. Good checkered one piece walnut target grip has chips, wear, and 2 “kill” notches. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

        67.     F. Llipietta “Griswold & Gunnison” ser.# 594474. Modern Italian made copy of the original .36 caliber 6 shot single action Confederate percussion revolver. 7 ½” barrel. Bright brass frame and grip frame, getting a few cleanable stains. Case colored hammer and loading rod. Blued barrel and cylinder. Dark walnut one piece grip. Revolver was obviously never fired, just handled. SOLD FOR: 190.00

R     68.     Savage mod. 516 ser.# F827471. Bolt action pistol chambered in .223 Rem. Features include a left hand opening bolt, fixed internal magazine, 14” fluted barrel with a muzzle brake that can be closed or open, attached Weaver style bases, tang safety, clean all stainless steel barrel and receiver, swivel studs, and a textured black synthetic pistol grip stock. Gun shows a few minor handling marks but very little use. SOLD FOR: 475.00

R     69.     Smith & Wesson mod. M&P15-22P ser.#DUM9932. Modern .22 semi-automatic .22 LR pistol based on the AR-15 platform. Black polymer upper and lower. 6” barrel with a muzzle brake. Detachable high capacity magazine. Detachable adjustable sights. Lots of Picatinny rails for mounting a scope, laser, flashlight, etc. Checkered black polymer pistol grip. Pistol looks like new and was hardly ever fired. Includes the original box and papers. Guns of this type may soon go the way of the dodo bird! Get it while you can! SOLD FOR: 725.00

        70.     Cabela’s-Llipietta mod. 1851 “Reb Nord Navy Sheriff” ser.# 572501. Modern Italian reproduction of the antique Colt model 1851 but in .44 cal. A 6 shot single action percussion revolver with a 5” barrel. Bright brass frame and grip frame. Case colored loading lever and hammer. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut one piece grip. Revolver is new in the original box with all paperwork. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R     71.     Savage mod. 1903 ser.# 15415. Possibly a model 1908?? Vintage takedown .22 pump rifle missing the hard to find magazine. 24” octagon barrel. Original open sights. Tang safety with a fired indicator. Slight modification at the front of the slide rail. Poor bore. Excellent action. Dark brown metal covered with old rust. Good grooved walnut forearm. Good, plain, matching round knob pistol grip, “perch belly”, stock with much finish wear and lots of scratches. Correct crescent metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 200.00

R     72.     Remington mod. 1100 “Magnum” ser.# 163886M. Takedown 12 ga. semi-automatic shotgun with a 28” barrel choked full, a 3” chamber, and a ventilated rib. Excellent bore and action. The finish on the blued metal and impressed checkered walnut wood might be fine but the entire gun was covered with camouflage paint, lots of which has worn off. No rust or damage visible. Factory recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R     73.     Winchester mod. 62A ser.# 243978. Takedown slide action, hammer fired, .22 rifle made in 1948. Tubular magazine. 23” barrel has the original sights. Excellent bore and action. Right side of the barrel drilled for a scope mount. Metal finish is a combination of blue, brown, and gray with old rust and cleaning scratches. Very good grooved walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood shows light scratches and paint spatter. Very good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R     74.     Savage mod. 1903 ser.# 91405. Possibly a model 1908?? Vintage takedown .22 pump rifle missing the hard to find magazine, the rear sight, and a pin in the frame. 24” octagon barrel shows damage, probably from an attempt to remove it. Tang safety with a fired indicator. Poor bore. Dirty dry  action still works. Dark brown metal covered with old rust residue. Good grooved walnut forearm. Good, plain, matching round knob pistol grip, “perch belly”, stock with much finish wear and lots of scratches. Correct crescent metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 210.00

R     75.     Steyr mod. 1893 “Mannlicher” ser.# n/a. This is an unusual short rifle. It appears to be a commercial version of the military rifle or a conversion, possibly done in Europe. Military version was originally chambered in 6.5X53mmR but this one must be checked. 18” sporter weight barrel. Ramp front sight. Semi-fixed two leaf rear sight with one folding. Action must be fed by stripper clips (not included) that are ejected out the bottom of the magazine box. European style sling swivels, one attached to the bottom of the barrel, the other in the stock’s toe line. Very good bore. Excellent action. Original straight grip military stock was shortened at the fore-end, had the cleaning rod channel filled, was checkered, and refinished. A fancy, horn like, pistol grip adaptor was attached. Newer Pachmayr recoil pad to 14” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 175.00

R     76.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 622 ser.# BB004926. 6 shot solid frame .22 double action revolver made in 1985. Simple pull pin cylinder removal. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Excellent bore and action. Matte black and blued metal is mostly rust free but shows wear and a cylinder line. Very good checkered black plastic round butt grips. SOLD FOR: 140.00

        77.     Cabela’s-Llipietta mod. 1851 “Reb Nord Navy” ser.# 495217. Modern Italian reproduction of the antique Colt model 1851 but in .44 cal. A 6 shot single action percussion revolver with a 7 ½” barrel. Bright brass frame and grip frame. Case colored loading lever and hammer. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut one piece grip. Revolver is new in the original box with instructions. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R     78.     Fabrique National mod. 1900 ser.# 167476. Vintage hammerless .32 ACP semi-automatic pistol made in Belgium. For parts or repair. Missing the magazine. Action not working. Good bore in the 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Metal is covered with old worn black paint. Original grips are broken. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 75.00

R     79.     Iver Johnson “Supershot Sealed Eight” ser.# L42576. Vintage 8 shot top break, medium frame, double action .22 revolver. 6” barrel. Semi-adjustable rear sight is slightly damaged. Working automatic extractor. Bore should clean to good or better. Excellent action. Rust free metal shows lots of use, with approx. 83% factory blue remaining. Checkered walnut, one piece, oversize target grip is cracked, dinged, and worn. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

        80.     F. Llipietta mod. 1860 ser.# P104831. Modern Italian reproduction of the antique Colt model 1860 .44 cal. 6 shot single action percussion revolver with a 8” barrel. Bright brass grip frame. Case colored steel frame, loading lever, trigger, and hammer. Balance of the metal blued. Roll engraved cylinder scene. Plain walnut one piece grip. Revolver is like new, most likely unfired, but the hammer screw is out of line and not fully turned in. Should be an easy fix. SOLD FOR: 190.00

R     81.     Ruger Mark I ser.# 15032. A hammerless .22 semi-automatic target pistol made in 1951, the 3rd year of production. 6 & 7/8th inch barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Ruger magazine is probably a later replacement. Blued upper retains 95% factory finish but it shows light rust. Blued lower has turned brown and worn, also, with light rust. Paint spattered but very good checkered black grips with a paint worn “red eagle” medallion. SOLD FOR: 280.00

R     82.     Fabrique National mod. 1900?? ser.# 26063. Vintage hammerless .32 ACP semi-automatic pistol made in Belgium. Poor bore in the 3 ¾” barrel. Fixed sights. Excellent action. Original metal finish is gone and is now a worn bare gray with old rust residue. Excellent checkered black plastic replacement grips. This pistol is much different than numbers 78 and 86. It has an arched back on the grip frame, a slightly shorter barrel, a slightly different frame, and the rear “sight” is an exaggerated “hump” rather than a sight. Possibly a model 1899 or experimental?? (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R     83.     New England Firearms Co. mod. R73 ser.# NB028136. 5 shot double action snub nose revolver chambered in .32 H&R Magnum. 2 ½” heavy barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. 94% factory blue with scratches and scattered very light rust. Original smooth wood, round butt, grips have lost all their finish. SOLD FOR: 260.00

        84.     Italian “Sheriff Model” ser.# 16193. Modern copy of a Colt model 1851 single action .36 cal. 6 shot percussion revolver. 5” octagon barrel. Action works fine but the cylinder indexing is poor. Excellent bore. Dirty brass frame and grip frame. Case colored loading rod, hammer, and trigger. Roll engraved cylinder scene. Balance of the metal blued. Finish shows scratches and cleanable rust. Very good plain walnut one piece grip. SOLD FOR: 110.00

R     85.     Smith & Wesson mod. 1905 “Hand Ejector’’ ser.# 21068. Medium frame 6 shot double action revolver chambered in .32-20. Manufactured approx. 1906. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Good/very good bore. Excellent action. Bluing is original but shows much wear and some light pitting. Approx. 75% finish remains. Visible case color on the hammer and trigger. Excellent checkered black hard rubber, round butt, “S&W” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 270.00

R     86.     Fabrique National? mod. 1900 ser.# 8851. Vintage hammerless .32 ACP semi-automatic pistol. A spitting image of a FN model 1900 but completely unmarked except for the serial number. Fair/good bore in the 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Metal shows surface pitting, dings, and is a worn gray/brown. Good checkered hard rubber grips. Pistol had a lanyard ring at one time but it is gone. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 130.00

R     87.     Iver Johnson “Supershot Sealed Eight” ser.# D45060. Vintage 8 shot top break, medium frame, double action .22 revolver. 6” barrel. Semi-adjustable rear sight. Working automatic extractor. Bore should clean to good or better. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal shows minor rust dots, cylinder wear and scratches, and has approx. 89% factory blue remaining. Case color visible on the hammer and trigger. Checkered walnut oversize, one piece, target grip is dinged and scratched. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 250.00

        88.     Cabela’s-Llipietta mod. 1858 “Rem” ser.# R390160. Modern Italian reproduction of the antique Remington model 1858 “Army” in .44 cal. A 6 shot single action percussion revolver with an 8” octagon barrel. Brass trigger guard. Case colored hammer and trigger. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut grips. Revolver is new in the original box with instructions. SOLD FOR: 250.00

R     89.     United States Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Co. “Single Action Army” ser.# P131732. A carbon copy of the original Colt SAA but partially made, and fully fit and finished, in the U.S.A. in what was the old Colt factory in Hartford, CT. 4 ¾” barrel. Barrel mounted ejector rod. Smokeless powder steel frame. 6 shot cylinder chambered in .45 Colt. Excellent bore and action. Case colored frame and hammer. Balance of the metal gloss blued. 98% factory finish overall, with light scratches on the cylinder from grit on the frame table. Like new oil finished plain walnut one piece grip. As close to a Colt as you can get without the high price! Includes the box and papers. SOLD FOR: 700.00

R     90.     U. S. Revolver Co. top break ser.# 34184. Vintage 5 shot double action .32 S&W pocket revolver. 3” barrel. Working automatic ejector. Fair/good bore. Excellent action. Blue/brown trigger guard. 77% dull factory nickel, 23% rust. Original grips have a chip from one panel. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 60.00

R     91.     Colt “Trooper Mk III” ser.# 45158L. Double action medium frame .357 revolver. 6 shot swing out cylinder. 6” barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Excellent bore and action. 98+% factory blue has a few scratches and slight muzzle wear. Very good, original, checkered walnut target grips have small dings and scratches. Includes the box and papers. SOLD FOR: 650.00

R     92.     Ithaca mod. M-66 “Super Single” ser.# 115463. Lever action, tip open, single shot shotgun chambered in 3” .410. 26” barrel with an extractor. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent action. Black alloy lever and receiver retain 95% factory finish. 98% blue on the barrel. Excellent, oak like, plain forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood shows light hunting marks. Factory recoil pad to 13 ¼” pull. SOLD FOR: 220.00

R     93.     Mossberg mod. 695 ser.# M017091. Modern 12 ga. bolt action slug shooting shotgun. Detachable magazine. 22” barrel is fully rifled, factory ported, and has the original open sights. Excellent bore and action. Matte dark gray metal finish has rub marks but no rust. Excellent black textured synthetic stock. Factory swivel studs and recoil pad. Includes a 1.5-4X Bushnell scope in Weaver rings. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R     94.     Browning “Twelvette” ser.# 1A40730. 12 ga. two shot semi-automatic shotgun made in Belgium in 1961. 27 ½” barrel choked modified. 2 ¾” chamber. Ventilated rib. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy frame and trigger guard feature “gold” filled engraving and show a few scratches. 99+% factory satin blue on the barrel. Very good checkered walnut forearm and matching round knob pistol grip stock. Wood has several small hunting marks. Excellent original fancy embossed butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 750.00

R     95.     American Gun Co. “Knickerbocker” ser.# 92409. Vintage side lock hammerless double barrel 16 ga. shotgun made by Davis-Warner. 28” barrels, double triggers, extractors, automatic safety, and cocking indicators. Choked modified and modified. Chambers measure slightly less than 2 ¾”. Bores might clean to good or better. Excellent action. A couple replaced screws in the action. “Genuine Armory Steel” barrels retain 95% factory satin blue, with old rust residue. Fairly clean receiver and side plates still have 60% original case color. Excellent checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a latch. Excellent plain walnut Fajen replacement pistol grip stock and butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 180.00

R     96.     European American Armory-Baikal mod. IZH-27EM-1C ser.# D12707838B. Recently imported, Russian made, .410 over/under shotgun. 26 & 5/8th inch barrels choked full and real full. 3” chambers. Ventilated rib. Single non-selective trigger, automatic ejectors, and an automatic safety. Blued metal has decorative etching on the sides of the frame. “Gold” trigger. Checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock with a factory recoil pad. Several scratches on the bottom of the pistol grip but, otherwise, the gun looks like new. SOLD FOR: 425.00

R     97.     Universal M-1 ser.# 430010. Non-military reproduction of the .30 Carb. semi-automatic U.S. carbine. Made in Florida. Detachable magazine. 18” barrel, flip safety, perforated blued steel hand guard, round bolt, and the large adjustable rear sight. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Black alloy magazine housing/trigger group has a few scratches. Balance of the fairly clean metal retains 90% blue, the wear being on the bolt. Excellent plain hardwood stock has several light scratches. Includes the oiler, green web strap, and two spare magazines. SOLD FOR: 600.00

R     98.     Franchi-American Arms Inc. mod. 48 AL ser.# L15907. Top quality Italian made takedown semi-automatic shotgun chambered in 2 ¾” 20 ga. 27 ½” barrel, ventilated rib, and one screw in choke tube. Satin and gloss black alloy receiver. Blued barrel. Beautiful, naturally tiger striped, checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. Gun looks like new overall. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R     99.     Remington mod. 870 “Magnum” ser.# X117869M. Takedown 12 ga. pump shotgun with a 28” barrel, ventilated rib, 3” chamber, and one screw in choke tube. Excellent bore and action. Blued metal has several light scratches on the receiver. Satin finished checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock have a few light handling marks. Factory solid rubber recoil pad. Gun shows minimal use. SOLD FOR: 375.00

R  100.     Savage mod. 11 ser.# G227483. Recent production bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .300 Win. Short Magnum. 24” barrel made without sights. New “Accu-Trigger”. Blind magazine. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. 99% clean factory satin blue. Very good checkered black synthetic pistol grip stock has two nasty scratches near the toe. Factory swivel studs and solid rubber pad. Includes a Nikko-Sterling 3-10X scope in Burris mounts. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  101.     Marlin mod. 55 ser.# n/a. 12 ga. bolt action shotgun missing the detachable magazine. 36” barrel choked full. Chamber length unknown. This is not an “Original Goose Gun” so it might only be 2 ¾”. Excellent bore. Excellent, but dry, action. Metal has a bit of scattered rust but retains 97% factory blue. Very good plain walnut stock was revarnished. Original recoil pad and sling swivels. Includes a leather strap. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R  102.     Winchester mod. 88 ser.# H258562. Popular .308 Win. hammerless lever action rifle made in 1971. 22” barrel has the original sights but is missing the front hood. Detachable magazine has a few spots where it appears a chemical removed some of the blue. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue has a few spots of cleanable rust on the barrel. Excellent oak leaf and basket weave impressed checkered walnut stock. Factory sling swivels and an excellent butt plate. Includes a low profile wide angle Redfield 2-7X scope in a Weaver flip over mount. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 725.00

R  103.     Noble mod. 420K ser.# 36903. Hammerless box lock 12 ga. side by side made in Spain by Jose C. Mugica. 28” barrels, 3” chambers, choked full and modified. Double triggers and extractors. Automatic safety. Bores should clean to very good. Excellent action. 98% factory satin blue on the barrels along with just a hint of rust. Gray/brown receiver was left in the white and has rather crude factory game scene engraving. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a push button latch. Very good matching round knob pistol grip stock shows little hunting marks. Thick trap style recoil pad to 14” pull. SOLD FOR: 225.00

R  104.     Winchester mod. 70 “Black Shadow’’ ser.# G2441422. New Haven, CT made push feed bolt action sporting rifle chambered in 7mm Win. Short Magnum. 24” barrel made without sights. Blind magazine with a black plastic floor plate. Bore should clean to excellent. Excellent action. Matte black metal finish is approx. 90%, cleaned thin near the muzzle and showing a little rust. Excellent black synthetic stock with pebble grained griping areas. Factory swivel studs and solid rubber pad. Includes a 3-9X K-Mart scope in a top mount. SOLD FOR: 425.00

R  105.     Winchester mod. 100 ser.# 100533. Semi-automatic sporting rifle chambered in .308 Win. Manufactured in 1965. Detachable magazine. 22” barrel has the complete open sights. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy magazine box/trigger guard has a few scratches. Balance of the metal is clean and retains 99% factory blue. Very good oak leaf and basket weave impressed checkered stock with a few hunting marks. Lightly chipped original butt plate. Includes factory swivels, a 4X Weaver scope in a Weaver mount, a spare magazine, and a snap cap. SOLD FOR: 725.00

R  106.     Remington mod. 58 “Sportsman” ser.# 113211X. Pre-1964 takedown 20 ga. semi-automatic shotgun. 26” plain barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. Originally modified choke but now has a screw in choke tube. Excellent bright bore. Like new action. Adjustment on the end of the magazine tube for high or low base shells. Machine engraved game scene on the receiver. Fairly clean metal has 99% factory blue showing a few light scratches. Checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock are both excellent but have a few hunting marks and the butt was cut at one time then re-lengthened with a thick black spacer. Work was expertly done. Solid rubber recoil pad to 14 ¾” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR:300.00

R  107.     Remington “The Sportsman” (mod. 11) ser.# S203809. 1934 production takedown 16 ga. semi-automatic shotgun. “Hump back” Browning style with a plain 27” barrel and an adjustable Poly-Choke. Chamber length unknown. Bright excellent bore. Excellent action. Game scene machine engraved on the receiver. Fairly clean metal has 92% factory blue with a little carry wear and light scratches on the receiver. The checkered walnut forearm’s, and matching pistol grip stock’s, wood is excellent but the finish is extremely blistered. Stock was cut to 12 ¾” pull to a replacement butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 250.00

R  108.     Harrington & Richardson mod. M-1 “Garand” ser.# 4686900. .30-06 semi-automatic U.S. military rifle made in 1953. Correct barrel, dated 12-53, has a good, slightly rough but bright, bore. Excellent clean action. Springfield bolt. Milled trigger assembly. Clean metal has 89% arsenal finish showing high edge wear. Good dinged dark walnut front hand guard. Rear hand guard and matching stock are hardwood with a few dings and scratches. Correct metal butt plate with an empty trap. Includes a web strap, dated 1945, in original swivels, a CMP hard case, and an authenticating certificate from the CMP. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 950.00

R  109.     Winchester mod. 62 ser.# 25858. Take down slide action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine and a hammer. Made in 1936. Appears to be all original. 23” round barrel. Correct open sights. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Barrel retains 95% factory blue, with a small patch or two of rust. Balance of the metal has turned a worn gray/brown with a little old rust residue. Excellent grooved walnut, cigar shaped, forearm. Excellent matching plain straight grip stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a home made, well done, wooden carrying case. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 675.00

R  110.     Parker hammer double ser.# P4282. Not a Parker Bros. 12 ga. double barrel but a vintage Belgian made with back action locks and exposed hammers. Dent free 30” “Laminated Steel” barrels. Pitted bores. Excellent action. Worn, smooth, gray/brown metal with some cold blue added. Very good checkered walnut forearm and refinished, matching, round knob pistol grip stock. Elaborately embossed metal butt plate. A solid old black powder shooter! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 220.00

R  111.     Winchester mod. 67 ser.# n/a. Bolt action, manually cocked, single shot .22 rifle. 27” barrel. Replacement front sight. Bore might clean to excellent. Excellent action. Much of the factory chrome still on the bolt. Barrel and the rest of the metal is a worn, lightly rusted, cold blued gray/brown. Rather beat up plain walnut original stock. Replacement Remington butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R  112.     Winchester mod. 94 XTR “Marksman 1000” ser.# 5116174. Here is a rather scarce .30-30 carbine. In 1984, as an incentive after buying a Dodge truck, you were given a certificate and, along with $100, you would receive one of these carbines from Winchester. No solid estimate of how many were actually made. It’s a lever action, hammer fired, top eject carbine with a tubular magazine. Reinforced frame like the “Big Bore”. Full length magazine tube. This one is full blue. Many had case colored frames and gold colored triggers and loading port covers. Checkered walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock featuring a silver colored medallion in the side. 100% original and surely unfired. Includes the slightly tattered and worn box and all the paperwork. Ever see one? SOLD FOR: 1,000.00

R  113.     Winchester mod. 94 “Centennial ‘66” ser.# 92466. .30-30 lever action commemorative carbine issued in 1966. 20” octagon barrel. Full length magazine tube. Glossy brass plated frame, with a saddle ring, nose cap and crescent butt plate. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Carbine is new in the original box with papers and an outer sleeve with tattered ends. (C&R)   SOLD FOR: 600.00

R  114.     Winchester mod. 94 “Buffalo Bill Commemorative” ser.# WC19813. .30-30 lever action carbine issued in 1968. 20” octagon barrel. Full length magazine tube. Glossy black, machine engraved, frame, with a saddle ring. Nickel plated nose cap, crescent butt plate, and trim. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. William Cody medallion embedded in the side of the stock. Butt stock has several scratches. Carbine is new in the original box with papers and an outer sleeve with tattered and taped ends. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  115.     Winchester mod. 94 “Chief Crazy Horse Commemorative” ser.# CCH2855. .38-55 lever action rifle issued in 1983. 24” round barrel. Full length magazine tube. Machine engraved case colored frame, with a saddle ring. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock have decorative brass tacks. Crazy Horse emblem in the side of the stock. Rifle is new in the original box with papers and an outer sleeve with slightly tattered ends. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,050.00

R  116.     Winchester mod. 94 “Legendary Lawman” ser.# LL03604. .30-30 lever action commemorative trapper style carbine issued in 1977. 16” round barrel. Full length magazine tube. Machine engraved, case colored, frame, with a saddle ring. Balance of the metal blued. Checkered fancy walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Medallion in the side of the stock. Blued carbine style butt plate. Carbine is new in the original box with only a hang tag and an outer sleeve with tattered ends. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 775.00

R  117.     Winchester mod. 94 “Illinois Sesquicentennial” ser.# IS12691. .30-30 lever action commemorative carbine issued in 1968. 20” round barrel. Full length magazine tube. Gloss black, machine engraved, frame with a saddle ring. Flat checkered metal butt plate and other small parts “gold” plated. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Medallion in the side of the stock. Carbine is new in the original checker board box with papers. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 475.00

R  118.     Winchester mod. 94 “Buffalo Bill Commemorative” ser.# WC44808. .30-30 lever action rifle issued in 1968. 26” octagon barrel. Full length magazine tube. Glossy black, machine engraved, frame, with a saddle ring. Nickel plated nose cap, crescent butt plate, and trim. Balance of the metal blued. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. William Cody medallion embedded in the side of the stock. Rifle is new in the original box with papers and an outer sleeve with slightly tattered and taped ends. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 625.00

R  119.     Winchester mod. 94 “Canadian Centennial” ser.# 32719. .30-30 lever action commemorative carbine issued in 1967. 20” octagon barrel. Full length magazine tube. Glossy black, machine engraved, frame, with a saddle ring. Blued metal. Plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Carbine is new in the original checker board box with papers. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  120.     Savage mod. 4 ser.# n/a. Old bolt action .22 repeating rifle with a clip. 24” barrel has the original sights but is missing the rear step. Good bore. Excellent action. Worn factory chrome on the bolt. Balance of the metal is a worn dark brown showing old rust spots. Very good checkered pistol grip stock has a couple of inlays in the side. Very good butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 230.00

     121.     Thompson Center “Hawken” ser.# 76574. Modern U.S. made single shot muzzle loading .50 cal. flintlock short rifle. 28” octagon barrel has an excellent bore. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Excellent action has working double set triggers. Case colored lock. Mellow brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Excellent plain walnut cheek piece stock. Gun doesn’t show much use. SOLD FOR: 260.00

R  122.     J. L. Galef & Son double action ser.# M3319. Galef was a New York importer that went out of business in 1983. This 6 shot double action Spanish made revolver is much older than that. A close copy of the S&W model 1899 “Army-Navy” revolver. Chambered in .38 Special. 6” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Fair/poor bore. Good action. Gray/brown worn, pitted, rusty metal. Good checkered walnut “diamond” standard grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 95.00

R  123.     Baker Gun & Forging Co. “Batavia Leader” ser.# 86486. A post 1903 manufactured hammerless side lock 12 ga. side by side shotgun. Double triggers and extractors. Dent free 30” twist steel barrels choked full and full. Chambers measure less than 2 ¾”. Automatic safety. Rusty bores will clean a bit better. Solid very good action. Worn gray/brown metal with old rust, mostly on the barrels. Very good checkered walnut, snap on, splinter forearm and matching “Prince Of Wales” style pistol grip stock. Wood shows the usual hunting marks. Very good original hard rubber butt plate with an embossed Baker logo. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 280.00

R  124.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 732 ser.# AJ27129. 6 shot double action .32 S&W revolver made in 1972. 4” barrel. Semi-adjustable rear sight. Swing out cylinder. Manual extractor. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue with light rust overall. Very good checkered black plastic grips. SOLD FOR: 100.00

R  125.     Smith & Wesson mod. 1903 “Hand Ejector” ser.# 37191. Small frame .32 S&W 6 shot double action revolver made approx. 1905. 4 ¼” barrel. Fixed sights. Swing out cylinder. Small part of the ejector rod head broken off. Poor bore. Excellent action. Entire gun shows much pitting under a very old reblue. Original checkered black, round butt, hard rubber grips have extreme wear. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

R  126.     Franchi-Stoeger mod. 48 AL ser.# A34271. Takedown, light weight, top quality 12 ga. recoil operated semi-automatic shotgun made in Italy. Manufactured in 1966. 28” barrel, ventilated rib, 2 ¾” chamber, and modified choke. Barrel has a bulge approx. half way. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Black alloy receiver has several scratches. 99% clean factory blue on the barrel. Very good checkered walnut forearm has dings and light scratches. Very good matching stock, also, with scratches. Very good butt plate. SOLD FOR: 250.00

     127.     U. S. mod. 1816 ser.# n/a. A representative example of this antique single shot muzzle loading military musket. A contract arm made by M. T. Wickham Phila. and so marked on the original flint lock. Gun was probably used as a shotgun later in life. Cut 36”  .69 caliber barrel. No sights. Sling swivels missing. Horrible bore. Action still works fine. Heavily rusted dark brown metal. Fair/poor stock, cut at the fore-end and initialed by a former owner. Rusty but correct metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 260.0

     128.     John Miles single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading long fowler or “buck and ball” gun. A percussion conversion from flintlock. “Miles” in script on the lock plate. “Philada.” Stamped on the top flat of the part round, part octagon, 42” barrel. Wooden ramrod held in two brass thimbles soldered to the barrel. Typical rusty bore. Single trigger. Good working action. Metal is dark brown and rusty. Nicely engraved brass trigger guard with an acorn tip. Heavy brass butt plate is also nicely engraved. Good, for its age, but cracked and scratched plain walnut half stock held with a wedge pin. Miles also made muskets for the U.S. government. SOLD FOR: 95.00

R    129.   Mauser mod ES340B ser.# 300511. Vintage self cocking single shot bolt action .22 semi-target rifle made in Germany. 26 ¾” barrel has the correct front sight ramp but is missing the sight and hood. Rear sight, adjustable to 200 meters, rides on a graduated scale groove on the barrel. Receiver also factory grooved for a scope mount. The bolt handle is broken off but included. Excellent action. Bore should clean to very good or better. Approx. 96% factory blue remains with minimal rust and a few rub marks. One screw missing, and one screw replaced, in the floor plate. Missing the sling swivels. Good checkered walnut capped pistol grip stock has a few nasty scratches, a small repair, and a newer recoil pad to 13” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

     130.     W & C Scott & Son hammer double ser.# n/a. An all original antique British made 10 ga. percussion side by side shotgun. Side locks with the original hammers and hammer screws. One nipple damaged and one missing. 28 ½” “Laminated Steel” barrels. Wooden ramrod with a bell shaped tip. Ramrod retainer at the muzzles is missing. Rusty bores. Excellent action. Barrels are a dinged, worn, lightly wire brushed gray/brown with lightly engraved breech sections. Barrels held in the stock with a wedge pin. Gray lock plates and trigger guard also are nicely engraved. Very good, almost excellent for its age, checkered walnut straight grip stock. Original butt plate. It wouldn’t take a lot to get this gun shooting again! SOLD FOR: 260.00

R  131.     jhv (Metallwaren, Waffen Und Maschinenfabrik mod. G98/40. Nazi marked Hungarian made bolt action military rifle chambered in standard 8X57mm. Missing the hand guard, forward part of the two piece stock, cleaning rod, and front sight hood. Appears to be all matching except the bolt. Receiver dated 1942. Original sights. Good bore. Excellent action. Metal has some scattered rust and wear but retains 92% arsenal blue. Dirty butt stock is actually very good, with very visible proof marks. Rusty but correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 180.00

R  132.     Emil Eckoldt combination or cape gun ser.# 2643. Vintage Suhl, East German made side by side rifle/shotgun combination chambered 16 ga. by 9.3X72mmR. 27 ¾” barrels. Shot barrel has a 2 & 9/16th inch chamber. Back action locks with exposed hammers. Opening lever beneath the forearm. Semi-fixed sights. Ear of one hammer broken off. Lightly pitted shot bore. Good rifled bore. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal with light engraving on several parts. Fair chipped checkered walnut forearm is missing the wedge pin that holds it. Good/very good checkered round knob pistol grip cheek piece stock, with scratches. One sling swivel mounted beneath the barrels and one in the stock toe line. Correct smooth metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  133.     Japanese “Type 45/46” ser.# 590?? Commonly known as the “Siamese Mauser”, this is a military bolt action rifle receiver with a modern 25” heavy sporter weight barrel chambered in .45-70. The barrel is just lightly screwed into place and is unfinished. Dust cover missing, but original otherwise. Action works fine. No wood. Smooth blotchy blue and gray metal. SOLD FOR: 90.00

     134.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique full stock “Kentucky” style muzzle loading long rifle. No maker’s marks on the barrel but the lock is stamped “James M. Cooper Pittsburgh Warranted”. Cooper worked in Pittsburgh in the 1840s to ‘60s. 42” octagon barrel of approx. .36 caliber. Dark bore, but with very strong rifling. Original sights. Very good action with working double set triggers. Dark brown metal has pitting in the nipple area. Wooden ramrod. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, and trim. Large engraved fancy brass patch box. Naturally striped, slim, hardwood stock with a cheek piece has chips, scratches, and cracks. SOLD FOR: 1,550.00

     135.     Providence Tool Co. “Peabody” ser.# n/a. Antique single shot Martini style lever action rifle. One of only 2000 made for a contract to the state of Connecticut. After 1877 Connecticut had the Providence company rebarrel the rifles in .45-70 caliber. This appears to be one of those rifles in that it does chamber a .45-70 cartridge but must be checked. 33” barrel. Original sights. Missing the cleaning rod and a lock screw. Dark bore with strong rifling. Excellent action. All metal is dark brown and rusty. Very rough, but original, full length walnut forearm and straight grip stock. No swivels but the rear swivel plate is stamped “Conn. 281”. Correct metal butt plate. SOLD FOR: 700.00

R  136.     D. W. M. mod. 1908 (98) ser.# 152. No import marks visible on this 7X57mm bolt action Mauser military rifle made in Germany for a contract to Brazil. Original configuration and all matching. 30” barrel. Correct sights. Fair dark bore. Excellent action. Rifle is very dirty and greasy overall. Receiver and bolt were left in the white. Balance of the metal blued. Plain wooden hand guard and stock have lots of little dings and scratches. Considered one of the finest quality Mausers, after a good cleaning this will be a very good example. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 220.00

     137.     J. & W. H. Moll single shot ser.# 1919?? A combination of antique and more modern in this percussion half stock muzzle loading rifle. Maker’s name stamped on the top flat of the 39 ½” octagon barrel. Original sights. Bore of approx. .36 caliber is rusty but has very strong rifling. Action and double set triggers are not working. No maker’s name on the lock plate. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, and generic patch box. Wooden ramrod. Rusty gray metal. Fair, chipped, plain walnut cheek piece stock may be newer than the rest of the gun??? SOLD FOR: 100.00

R  138.     Mossberg mod. 42M-B ser.# 14668. “United States Property” marked and British proofed .22 bolt action rifle with a clip. Probably part of WW II’s lend lease program. 22” barrel has the original barrel sights but is missing the front hood. Factory drilled for a scope mount and a receiver sight (not included). Also has extra holes for another receiver sight. Bolt’s dust cover intact. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. 90% factory blue turning brown in spots and showing a little old rust residue. Original full length Mannlicher style stock has lots of dings, chips, dirt, and scratches but, also, lots of original finish. Missing the red plastic “fire” indicator at the safety and the quick detachable swivels. Original metal butt plate has a trap for a spare magazine (included). (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  139.     French hammerless ser.# 3367. A St. Etienne made box lock 12 ga. side by side shotgun. Possibly a guild gun because the exterior is completely unmarked. 25 ¼” barrels are smokeless powder nitro proofed and stamped “M. Merley”, probably the barrel maker. 2 ½” chambers. Choked modified and improved cylinder. Depressed matted rib. Lightly pitted bores. Double triggers, extractors, and side clips. Manual safety. Excellent solid action. Metal is fairly smooth but has a worn gray/brown finish. Good heavily sanded and revarnished plain walnut splinter forearm. Very good matching straight grip stock was also revarnished. Sling swivel mounted beneath the barrels and one in the stock toe line. Very good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 210.00

     140.     Belgian single shot ser.# C942. A well done reproduction of a mid to late 1700s flintlock muzzle loading, smooth bore, 3 band musket. Could be a copy of a Belgian, French, Austrian, or any other European musket of the time period. 44” round barrel. Front sight mounted on the front barrel band. Steel ramrod. Rusty bore of approx. .69 caliber. Excellent action. Brass bands, trigger guard, and trim. Balance of the reasonably clean metal left in the white. Excellent full length stock has a dished comb. Wood has several scratches and there is a little cleaned rust but, overall, the gun shows only moderate use. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  141.     Mauser mod. 98 ser.# 2296. Quality Oberndorf, Germany made bolt action 8X57mm military rifle that has been altered into a hunting gun. “Mauser” banner marked front receiver ring dated 1934. Pre-Nazi. All matching numbers. 24” stepped barrel has a barrel band style ramp front sight. No rear barrel sight but there is a Lyman receiver sight mounted on the right side. Original turned down bolt handle. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. 89% thinning original blue with a little scattered old rust. No hand guard. Original stock was cut at the fore-end and has an aluminum nose cap. Pistol grip was expertly carved with a fern design. Sling swivel on the side and a recoil pad to 13” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 240.00

     142.     Springfield mod. 1888 ser.# 559007. Antique .45-70 “trapdoor” single shot U.S. military rifle. Receiver made in 1893. Rifle was altered into carbine configuration. 22 ½” barrel. Post and blade front sight. Original rear sight. One piece trigger guard with a sling swivel. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Receiver and barrel are a worn bare gray with light rust. Balance of the metal has lightly blistered and worn nickel plating that indicates this may have been a parade rifle at one time. Good walnut stock was cut at the fore-end and had the cleaning rod channel filled. Nickel plated, original, metal butt plate with no trap. SOLD FOR: 320.00

     143.     Tyler Davidson single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading percussion long rifle by this Cincinnati, OH maker. 42” octagon barrel has the original sights and is stamped with a stylized “D”. Lightly engraved lock stamped “T Davidson & Co.”. Good frosted bore, of approx. .32 cal., has very strong rifling. Action and double set triggers are not working properly. Wooden ramrod. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, small patch box, and trim. Pitted metal worn/cleaned to bare gray. Very good, for its age, full length naturally tiger striped maple stock. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R  144.     D. W. M. mod. 1908 ser.# 433. No import marks visible on this 7X57mm bolt action Mauser military rifle made in Germany for a contract to Brazil. Original configuration and all matching. 30” barrel even has the original brass muzzle cover. Correct sights. Good bore. Excellent action. Rifle is very dirty and greasy overall. Receiver and bolt were left in the white. Balance of the metal blued. Plain wooden hand guard and matching stock have lots of little dings and scratches. Considered one of the finest quality Mausers, after a good cleaning this will be another very good example. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  145.     Chinese mod. JW-8 ser.# 97361. Bolt action .22 light target rifle, with a clip, made in 1980. 23” barrel. Original sights, the rear is a military style graduated to 200 meters. Grooved receiver. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent action. Blued metal. Excellent hardwood semi-target stock features a cheek piece, swivel rail, swivels, and an excellent butt plate. Gun shows little or no use. SOLD FOR: 160.00

     146.     Eagle Gun Factory single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading percussion long rifle made in Philadelphia. Top of the 36” barrel stamped with the maker’s name and address. Heavy barrel, of approx. .45 cal., measures 1” across the muzzle. Missing the sights and ramrod. Dirty, rusty, bore with no rifling visible. Double set triggers and action not working. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, and trim. Nicely engraved pineapple shaped brass patch box. Metal is dark brown, pitted, and rusty. Fair/good full length acid striped hardwood stock has cracks, mold, scratches, and is missing the nose cap. SOLD FOR: 180.00

     147.     Wilkes-Barre Gun Co. hammer double ser.# 562. Antique Pennsylvania made 12 ga. side by side shotgun with exposed hammers. Appears to be a combination side and box lock. 32” Damascus barrels. Matted center rib. Bores will clean to a pitted very good. Solid excellent action. Barrels were originally browned and much finish and Damascus pattern are still visible. Blue/gray receiver and side plates have scattered old rust residue. Good checkered walnut splinter forearm with extreme wear. Matching checkered round knob pistol grip stock has nicks, scratches, and a poorly repaired toe break. Original Parry Firearms embossed butt plate has a piece broken off. Nice old gun should be restored! SOLD FOR: 425.00

R  148.     C. J. Hamilton & Son mod. No. 27 ser.# n/a. Not a bad example of this vintage .22 single shot “boy’s” rifle with a bolt operated tip open action. 15” barrel. Original sights. Good bore. Excellent crisp action. Metal retains 95% factory blue covered with old rust residue. Original forearm has  cracks. Very good matching “board” stock has scratches and finish wear. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

     149.     William Parker hammer double ser.# 81?? An antique Birmingham, England made 16 ga. percussion side by side. 30” barrel are, surely, twist steel and are stamped on the rib “Gun Maker To His Majesty”. The side locks are numbered “199” and “200”. Each barrel’s breech section has/had a small gold inlay embossed “W. Parker Holborn London” but one is missing. There are also damaged gold breech bands. Barrels held in the wood with a wedge pin. Wooden ramrod. Typical rusty bores. Nipples have been replaced with wooden inserts. Excellent action. Metal shows areas of high quality engraving. The finish is a dark rusty brown. Correct metal butt plate. Straight grip, dark walnut, cheek piece stock has a checkered wrist. There is a small sliver of wood missing from the fore-end. Interesting old gun! SOLD FOR: 210.00

R  150.     Walther “Sportmodell” ser.# 29499. Vintage self cocking single shot bolt action .22 semi-target rifle made in Germany. Crown B, U, G proofed “Nitro” steel 25 ½” barrel has the correct front sight ramp but is missing the sight and hood. Rear sight is missing. There is a graduated scale groove on the barrel for the sight to move in. Receiver also factory grooved for a scope mount. Excellent action. Bore should clean to excellent. Approx. 96% factory blue remains with dirt and scattered light rust. Plastic trigger guard has a checkered bottom. Original sling swivels. Very good checkered walnut capped pistol grip stock has a crack at the fore-end tip. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 160.00

     151.     Swiss mod. M81 ser.# 213991. Antique .41 Swiss Rim Fire bolt action rifle. Missing the bolt and floor plate, possibly other parts. Shortened magazine tube. Original barrel has a bad bore that looks like it was bored out to approx. .50 caliber??? Blue/brown metal. Very good wood. SOLD FOR: 50.00

R  152.     Marlin mod. 995 ser.# 18386705. Semi-auto. .22 carbine with a clip. 18” barrel. Open sights. Receiver grooved for a scope mount. Manual bolt hold open. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy receiver and trigger guard have several scratches. Blued barrel has a hint of cleanable rust. Good impressed checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock has scratches and several ugly gouges. Excellent butt plate. Includes a spare magazine. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R  153.     New England Firearms “Pardner Model” ser.# NT295197. .410 single shot hammer gun. 25 ½” barrel. 3” chamber. Full choke. Automatic ejector. Case colored receiver. Blued barrel. Plain hardwood Schnabel forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Gun was fired a few times but looks like new overall. Includes a partial box of shells and slugs. SOLD FOR: 170.00

R  154.     Iver Johnson “Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver” ser.# 12249. Vintage 5 shot top break double action with a 3” barrel. Automatic extractor. Fair/good bore. Very good action. Metal finish is a worn dark brown with old rust. Good original checkered black “owl’s head” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 60.00

R  155.     S. Holt Arms Co. hammer double ser.# 4760. Vintage Belgian made side by side 12 ga. shotgun with side locks and exposed hammers. A blatant attempt at capitalizing on the Sam Colt name. 30” “Laminated Steel” barrels. Pitted bores. Some crude repair work done around the firing pins. Good action. Engraved lock plates and breech blocks. Worn gray/brown metal showing old rust. Good, extremely worn, checkered walnut forearm. Good matching pistol grip stock. Original checkered metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R  156.     Remington mod. 6 ser.# S179368. A pretty good example of this vintage single shot, takedown, falling block .32 Rim Fire “boy’s” rifle. Worn bright bore. Excellent action. 20” barrel. Original sights. Only traces of case color on the dark receiver along with a bit of old rust. 97% factory blue on the barrel, also with scattered light rust. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R  157.     Page-Lewis mod. D ser.# 22994. Rather scarce single shot manually cocked .22 bolt action “boy’s” rifle or garden gun. 20” barrel has the original sights. Good bore. Very good action. Metal finish is a dark blue/brown with scattered rust. Excellent plain hardwood stock made without a butt plate. Wood was probably refinished but looks fine. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R  158.     Mossberg mod. 44US(b) ser.# n/a. An excellent example of this mid 1940s .22 bolt action medium/light target rifle with a clip. Equipped with every available sighting option available at the time! 26” barrel. Ramp front sight has multiple apertures and the correct hood. S-130 receiver sight. Correctly side mounted Mossberg M4a scope. Excellent bore and action. Case colored bolt still has the dust cover attached. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue. The green plastic “safe” indicator, in the stock, is a replacement. Excellent plain walnut target stock has a few light handling marks. Plastic trigger guard is not warped. Original metal butt plate and detachable sling swivels. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  159.     Mossberg mod. 185D-B ser.# n/a. 20 ga. bolt action shotgun with a detachable magazine. 25” barrel. 2 ¾” chamber. One screw on improved cylinder choke tube. Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal retains 95% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut Monte Carlo stock shows minor hunting marks. Excellent plastic trigger guard and butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 80.00

R  160.     Marlin mod. 1895 ser.# B005224. Lever action rifle chambered in .45-70. 22” barrel. 2/3rd length magazine tube. Made before the hammer blocking safety. Original sights. Like new bore and action. Metal has a few light hunting scratches but no rust. 98+% factory blue remains. Plain walnut forearm has a few light scratches and a hard to see chip. This early production version has a straight grip plain walnut stock with an excellent semi-crescent plastic butt plate. Wood does show several hunting marks. Swivel stud in the toe. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R  161.     Yugoslavian mod. 98 ser.# 5050. A “Preduzece 44”marked bolt action 8X57mm Mauser military rifle made in Germany and refurbished after it was captured. Some German parts visible. Most numbers match or were restamped to match. No import marks on the barrel. Original configuration and complete. Good bore with strong dark rifling. Excellent action. Yugoslav crest on the receiver. 99% new arsenal blue. Very good laminated hand guard and matching full length stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  162.     Wards “Western Field” ser.# 17045B. A vintage model 520 Stevens 12 ga. solid frame pump shotgun made for Montgomery Ward. Barrel cut to 23” with no choke and no front bead. Chamber length unknown. Browning designed action, with a locking lug that “pops” up through the top of the receiver, is excellent and slick. Safety in the trigger guard. Bright excellent bore. Fairly clean metal. The receiver is medium gray and might have been cold blued. 95% factory satin blue on the barrel. Balance of the metal gray/brown. Excellent revarnished checkered walnut forearm. Excellent revarnished, matching, butt stock has a slip on recoil pad to 14” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R  163.     Mossberg mod. 42 M(c). ser.# n/a. An excellent example of this late 1940s .22 bolt action rifle with a clip. Equipped with every available sighting option available at the time! 23” barrel. Ramp front sight has multiple apertures and the correct hood. Adjustable rear barrel sight and an S-130 receiver sight. Correctly side mounted Mossberg M4c scope. Excellent bore and action. Bolt still has the dust cover attached. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut, full length Mannlicher style, cheek piece stock. Plastic trigger guard is not warped. Original metal butt plate with an empty trap. Includes a leather sling in factory detachable sling swivels. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 425.00

R  164.     Lithgow mod. SHTLE III ser.# A73798. .303 British bolt action military rifle with a detachable magazine. Dated 1920. Mostly, the original configuration. Correct sights. Poor bore might clean a little better. Excellent action. Metal is covered with an excellent dark gray Parkerized like finish. Fore-end and hand guard are very good but dirty. Matching stock has a bad crack. Front 5” of the rifle painted bright yellow. Correct swivels and brass butt plate with an empty trap. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R  165.     Russian-CRC mod. 91/30 ser.# 8295. Import marked but a very good example of this old bolt action 7.62X54mmR military rifle. Original configuration and matching. Receiver dated 1944. Good bore. Excellent action. 99% clean arsenal blue. Excellent hardwood hand guard and full length stock. The toe has been repaired but the repair is probably original. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

R  166.     Harrington & Richardson “Hammerless” ser.# 136022. An excellent example of this vintage 5 shot .32 S&W top break double action revolver. 3” barrel. Fixed sights. Working automatic ejector. Concealed hammer. Fair bore. Very good action. Bright blued trigger guard. 98% bright factory nickel plating, 2% rust. Excellent original checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 100.00

     167.     Hopkins & Allen Mfg. Co. “Dictator” ser.# 4933. Antique 5 shot solid frame single action pocket revolver chambered in .32 Rim Fire. Spur trigger. 3” round barrel. Fair bore. Very good action. Damaged center pin. 75% factory nickel, 25% scattered rust, dings, and scratches. Excellent checkered and embossed grips. SOLD FOR: 65.00

R  168.     Ruger “Bearcat” ser.# 41606. Manufactured in 1964, an old model, small frame, .22 single action revolver that was never sent back to the factory for the free conversion to the newer, safer, action. 6 shot cylinder. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Barrel mounted ejector rod. Excellent bore and action. Roll engraved cylinder scene. 90% factory blue and black metal finish with hint of rust and a little muzzle wear. Trigger guard anodized a gold color. Good dinged and scratched original plain walnut grips. SOLD FOR: 300.00

R  169.     Deutsche Werke “Ortgies” ser.# 66927. Vintage German made .32 ACP hammerless semi-automatic pistol. 4” barrel. Fixed sights. Stamped “Germany” for export. Very good bore. Excellent action features an optional grip safety and a thumb safety. 99+% clean factory blue. Excellent varnished plain wood grips with the “HO” medallions. An really fine example! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R  170.     Savage mod. 720 “Automatic” ser.# 25607. Browning designed “hump back” 12 ga. takedown semi-auto. shotgun. 28” plain barrel choked full. Unknown chamber length. Very good bore. Excellent action. 89% factory blue showing scratches, a little rust, wear, and cleanable spots where stock finish got on the metal. Very good checkered walnut forearm has one fine crack. Fair cracked butt stock with a deteriorated recoil pad to 14 ½” pull. Wood was refinished with oil. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 200.00

R  171.     Springfield Armory mod. 1898 “Krag” ser.# 235827. .30-40 bolt action military rifle altered into a semi-carbine configuration. 24” barrel has a poor bore. Action works fine. Rifle looks like a battlefield pickup but 75 years after the war. Heavy deep rust overall and cracks in what remains of the stock. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R  172.     Remington mod. 514 ser.# n/a. Bolt action self cocking .22 single shot rifle made in 1967. All original. Open sights. Excellent bore and action. 90% factory blue covered with scattered rust, mostly cleanable. Very good plain walnut stock with scratches, stains, and light finish wear. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 180.00

R  173.     Parker Bros. “VH Grade” ser.# 135444. Hammerless box lock 12 ga. side by side made in 1906. 30” “Vulcan Steel” barrels. Double triggers and extractors. Chambers measure less than 2 ¾”. Choked full and improved cylinder. Bores will clean bright and shiny. Automatic safety. Excellent solid action. Metal was cleaned and worn to mostly bare gray with old rust residue spots overall. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a border engraved latch. Poor repaired capped pistol grip stock has a lace on cheek pad. Poor “dog’s head” butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  174.     Japanese “Type 45/46” ser.# 129?? Commonly known as the “Siamese Mauser”, this is a military bolt action rifle receiver with a modern 24 ½” heavy sporter weight barrel chambered in .45-70. Unfinished barrel shows lots of crude wrench marks. Dust cover missing, but original otherwise and has the Thai crest still intact. Bolt won’t close because the barrel is improperly installed. No wood. Receiver retains most of the original blue. Barrel is in the white. SOLD FOR: 70.00

     175.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique Indian trade style muzzle loading percussion long rifle. 41” octagon barrel of approx. .36 caliber. Original sights. Lock maker’s name stamped on the plate but it’s been obliterated by pitting. Poor bore with visible rifling. Working double set triggers and action. New nipple. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, and trim. Wooden ramrod. Dark brown metal. Top of the barrel decorated full length with engraving. Fair chipped, cracked, acid striped full length hardwood cheek piece stock has a tacked on brass repair on the side. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R  176.     Waffenfabrik Mauser mod. 96 ser.# 1071. A superb example of this 6.5X55mm bolt action military rifle. Commonly called a Swedish Mauser, this one was made in Germany as part of a 45,000 piece contract to Sweden. 100% original down to the correct muzzle cover. All matching. No import marks visible. Receiver dated 1900. Very good bore. Like new action. Bolt, finished in the white, is bright and clean Balance of the clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent hand guard and matching full length hardwood stock. The toe line has one nasty ding. Correct swivels, brass marking disc, and butt plate. Difficult to improve upon. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 700.00

     177.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading percussion long rifle. 41” octagon barrel, of approx. .34 caliber, stamped “Philada” on the top flat. Original sights. Lock maker’s name stamped on the plate but it’s been obliterated by pitting. Poor bore with very visible rifling. Very good working double set triggers and action. New nipple. Brass trigger guard, butt plate, and trim. Plain brass patch box with an opening button in the toe. Wooden ramrod. Dark gray/brown metal shows some cleaning. Good full length acid striped hardwood cheek piece stock has much wear and one or two small cracks. SOLD FOR: 240.00

R  178.     Japanese “Type 45/46” ser.# n/a?? Commonly known as the “Siamese Mauser”, this is a military bolt action chambered in 8X52mmR. Chamber should be checked to be sure the barrel wasn’t rechambered. Altered into a sporting rifle. Original rear sight cut down at the arsenal to accommodate this cartridge. Dust cover missing but has the Thai crest still intact on the receiver. Original 29 ½” barrel. Good/very good bore. Bolt handle crudely altered to clear a scope but the receiver was never drilled. Excellent action. Approx. 90% arsenal finish remains on the metal, along with a few spots of pitting. Excellent plain walnut sporter stock with a cheek piece, swivel studs, and a recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

     179.     William Moore hammer double ser.# n/a. Antique 10 or 11 gauge percussion side by side made in England. All original and not a bad example! 30” barrels stamped on the top rib “William Moore London Laminated Steel. Side locks with exposed hammers. Excellent nipples. Typical rusty but shootable bores. Excellent action. Original brass tipped wooden ramrod. Nicely engraved lock plates, trigger guard, tangs, breeches, and hammers. Worn gray/brown metal with old rust residue. Excellent checkered dark walnut straight grip stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Correct smooth metal butt plate. This could still be a great black powder shooter! SOLD FOR: 290.00

R  180.     Browning “Gold Hunter” ser.# F01NR22017. 12 ga. takedown semi-auto. shotgun made in Belgium and assembled in Portugal. Manufactured in 1997. 30” barrel, ventilated rib, 3 ½” chamber, and one Invector Plus screw in choke tube. Excellent bore and action. Magazine cut off allows single loading. Black alloy receiver and trigger guard show several scratches. 98% gloss factory blue on the barrel. Very good/excellent checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Wood has light surface scratches. Swivel studs and a factory black rubber recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R  181.     D. W. M. mod. 1908 (98) ser.# 4747. No import marks visible on this 7X57mm bolt action Mauser military rifle made in Germany for a contract to Brazil. Original configuration and all matching. 30” barrel. Correct sights. Fair dark bore. Excellent action. Rifle is dirty overall. Receiver and bolt were left in the white. Balance of the metal blued. Plain wooden hand guard and stock have lots of little dings and scratches. Considered one of the finest quality Mausers, after a good cleaning this will be another very good example. (C&R)  SOLD FOR: 325.00

     182.     Great Western Gun Works single shot ser.# n/a. Antique Pittsburgh, PA made muzzle loading half stock percussion rifle by J. H. Johnston. All this stamped on the top flat of the 34” octagon barrel. “Leman” stamped on the very plain lock plate. Original sights, the rear is  screw adjustable. Approx. .38 cal. bore is bright and very close to excellent. Wooden ramrod. Working double set triggers. Action not working. Small chip out of the hammer face. Dark brown metal with old rust. Mellow brass trigger guard, patch box, butt plate, and trim. Stock would be very good but the front of the fore-end is broken off. SOLD FOR: 200.00

R  183.     Japanese “Type 99 Arisaka” ser.# 203-1457. WW II era 7.7mm bolt action military rifle in the rather scarce takedown configuration. Unfortunately sporterized for hunting. 23” barrel has a Redfield ramp front sight. Most of the rear sight is missing. Bolt handle turned down. Very good bright bore. Excellent action. Blue/brown metal with old light rust. The rear part of the stock is original and very good, with the correct swivel and metal butt plate. Fore-end has been shortened and there is no hand guard. Original front barrel band and swivel intact. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 625.00

   184A.     First of a lot of 2. Great Western Gun Works single shot ser.# n/a. Antique Pittsburgh, PA made muzzle loading half stock percussion rifle by J. H. Johnston. All this stamped on the top flat of the 35” octagon barrel. Original sights. Bore of approx. .38 cal. is bright and close to excellent. Wooden ramrod. Working double set triggers. Action not working. Dirty, rusty, dark brown metal, with pitting in the nipple area. Brass trigger guard, patch box, and butt plate. Damaged pewter nose cap. Very poor stock.

   184B.     Second of the lot. Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. A rusty antique percussion shotgun barrel and back action lock plate in a wooden half stock. All junk. SOLD FOR: 220.00

     185.     Lefever Arms Co. “G Grade” ser.# 24101. Antique hammerless side lock 12 ga. side by side made in 1896. Double triggers and extractors. Dent free 30” Damascus barrels choked full and modified. Chambers measure less than 2 ¾”. Excellent bores. Automatic safety. Cocking indicators. Excellent action. Opening lever still angled to the right. Scattered rust on the browned barrels that show lots of Damascus pattern. 40% very thin case color on the, otherwise, gray receiver. Very good checkered walnut snap on forearm. The “dog’s head” emblem set into the forearm is very worn. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock was nicely refinished. Very good “LAC” logo butt plate. Nice old gun! SOLD FOR: 500.00

     186.     J. Henry & Son single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading half stock percussion rifle. Henry, from Boulton, PA, and his son were well known Phila. gun makers who also made secondary military muskets under contract to the state of PA. This is a fur trade plains style rifle from the 1860s. 37” octagon barrel of approx. .32 caliber. Maker’s name stamped on the barrel and plain lock plate. Appears to be 100% original overall. Correct sights. Working double set triggers. Very good action. Wooden ramrod. Shiny excellent bore. Dark brown metal has the usual old pitting. All iron fittings and a pewter nose cap. No patch box. Cheek piece stock would be close to excellent except for a repair at the top tang. A shooter! SOLD FOR: 550.00

R  187.     Romanian “U.M.C. Cuigar” ser.# 11393. Bolt action self cocking .22 single shot training rifle dated 1956. All original and has the Romanian crest on the receiver. 27 ½” barrel. Fixed open sights. Bore should clean to very good. Excellent miniature Mauser style action. Dirty metal retains 95% original satin blue with a hint of rust at spots. Military style hardwood half stock shows dings, scratches, and small chips. Correct butt plate and three swivels studs. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

     188.     Great Western Gun Works single shot ser.# n/a. Antique Pittsburgh, PA made muzzle loading half stock percussion rifle by J. H. Johnston. All this stamped on the top flat of the 38” octagon barrel. Unmarked plain lock plate. Original sights. Approx. .28 cal. bore is bright, with strong rifling. Wooden ramrod. Working double set triggers. Good/very good action. Dark brown metal with spots of old rust. Lacquered  brass trigger guard, patch box, butt plate, and trim. Very good plain walnut stock with a fine crack and the usual wear. Not a bad example! SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  189.     Steyr mod. 1912-61 ser.# G4950. Vintage Austrian made model 98 style Mauser military rifle altered by a Chilean arsenal to fire 7.62X51mm (.308 Win.) ammunition. Receiver has the crest of Chile and is stamped “Nato”. 24” barrel is an excellent bright, 2 groove, 03A3 U.S. military barrel altered, at the arsenal, to fit. Cleaning rod missing and the opening partially filled at the arsenal. Bolt is mismatched. Correct military style sights. Excellent action. Rifle is a bit dirty but shows very little rust. Receiver and bolt finished in the white. Balance of the metal retains 89% thin blue. Solid hand guard and full length walnut stock with lots of little dings and scratches but, also, a very visible cartouche. Correct metal butt plate, swivels, and leather strap. Interesting Mauser! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  190.     Harrington & Richardson mod. 1904 ser.# 96013. Vintage 5 shot .38 S&W solid frame double action revolver with a 6” octagon barrel. Fixed sights. Simple pull pin cylinder removal. Good bore. Very good action. Blue/brown metal has scattered old rust. Very good checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

     191.     E.I.G. “Navy” ser.# 5041. Modern Italian reproduction of the antique Colt model 1851 in .36 cal. A 6 shot single action percussion revolver with a 7 & 3/8th inch barrel. Made in 1964. Very good bore. Excellent action. Bright brass frame and grip frame, with stains. Case colored loading lever and hammer. Balance of the metal blued and shows a few scratches. Plain walnut one piece grip. SOLD FOR: 110.00

     192.     Replica Arms “Griswold & Gunnison” ser.# 21361. Modern Italian made copy of the original 6 shot single action Confederate percussion revolver but in .44 caliber. Made in 1986. 7 ¼” barrel. Bright brass frame and grip frame. Case colored hammer and loading rod. Blued barrel and cylinder. Dark walnut one piece grip. Revolver looks like it was never fired, just handled. SOLD FOR: 120.00

     193.     Thompson Center “Hawken” ser.# 55351. Modern U.S. made single shot muzzle loading .50 cal. flintlock short rifle. 28” octagon barrel has an excellent bore. Adjustable sights. Wooden ramrod. Excellent action has working double set triggers. Case colored lock. Mellow brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Excellent plain walnut cheek piece stock. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 270.00

R  194.     Savage mod. 93R17 ser.# 0214789. Modern Canadian made bolt action rifle, with a clip, chambered in .17 HMR. 21” medium/heavy barrel made without sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean satin blued metal. Checkered black synthetic stock. Includes a “sticky” BSA “Sweet 17” 2-7X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Gun show little use. SOLD FOR: 270.00

R  195.     Waffenstadt “Deutsches Sportmodell” ser.# 6008. Vintage Suhl, Germany made bolt action single shot self cocking .22 rifle dated 1935. Side of the receiver non-factory drilled for a scope mount (not included) and the bolt handle slightly altered to clear a scope. 26” barrel. Military style adjustable sights. Excellent bore. Excellent mini Mauser style action. Metal shows very light scattered rust and retains 94% factory blue. Good military style stock was altered at the fore-end. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a leather sling. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 200.00

R  196.     Ithaca mod. M-66 “Super Single” ser.# 28350. Lever action tip open single shot 12 ga. hammer gun. 28” barrel with an extractor. 3” chamber. Full choke. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy receiver and lever have a few light scratches. 98% factory blue on the barrel. Plain walnut forearm has a bad, repaired, crack. Matching straight grip stock has a crack and a sliver missing from the toe. Very good butt plate. SOLD FOR: 140.00

R  197.     Winchester mod. 1906 ser.# 521845. Hammer fired slide action takedown .22 rifle made in 1918. 20” barrel. Tubular magazine. Original sights. Good bore. Excellent action. Smooth worn gray/brown metal with some old rust residue. Fair/good grooved gumwood forearm and plain matching straight grip stock. Wood has lots of dings and scratches. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  198.     Winchester mod. 70 “Sporter Magnum” ser.# 50ANV427. “50th. Anniversary Edition” bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .300 Win. Mag. Issued in 1987. Only 500 made. 24” barrel. Open sights. Hinged floor plate as well as the receiver, trigger guard, and breech section of the barrel nicely engraved. Gloss blued metal. Nicely figured checkered walnut stock. “Super grade” style swivel bases. Solid rubber butt plate. Rifle is new, unfired. It’s in a red Winchester box, missing the label, and includes all the paperwork. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,300.00

R  199.     Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 1431955. Lever action .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) carbine made approx. 1947. Tubular magazine and a hammer. Original sights, missing the front hood. Flat front barrel band. Bright excellent bore. Like new action. Smooth metal has 83% factory blue, with most of the wear on the receiver from carrying. Non-factory swivels. Very good plain walnut long forearm and matching straight grip stock. Wood does have small dings and scratches. Correct checkered metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R  200.     Remington mod. 572 BDL ser.# A1539312. Deluxe hammerless .22 pump rifle made in 1979. 22” barrel. Open sights. Grooved receiver. Tubular magazine. Excellent bore and action. Black alloy receiver has a few minor scratches. Clean factory satin blued barrel and magazine tube. Non-factory swivel studs. Excellent gloss finished impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  201.     Smith & Wesson mod. 29-2 ser.# N473006. Large frame 6 shot double action revolver chambered in .44 Mag. Manufactured in 1978. 6 ½” pinned barrel. Adjustable white outline rear sight. Red ramp front sight. Swing out cylinder with recessed chambers. Perfect bore and action. Case colored target hammer and trigger. 99++% clean factory gloss blue with a faint cylinder line. Very good checkered walnut target grips have a few small dings. This gun was professionally “Mag-Na-Ported” but it does not detract from its overall appearance. Includes the wooden display case with some tools and all the paperwork. One of the good ones! SOLD FOR: 825.00

R  202.     Dan Wesson mod. 15-2V ser.# 144225. Original Monson, Mass. produced medium frame double action .357 revolver. 8” barrel has an internal nut that allows the barrel to be removed and replaced with other lengths. Ventilated rib. White outline adjustable rear sight. Red ramp front sight. 6 shot swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. 99++% glossy factory blue with just a faint cylinder line. Excellent checkered walnut one piece target grip. Includes the barrel tools and all the paperwork. SOLD FOR: 500.00

R  203.     Savage-Stevens mod. 258A ser.# n/a. 20 gauge bolt action shotgun with a detachable magazine. 26” barrel choked modified. 2 ¾” chamber. Excellent bore and action. Metal is fairly clean and, except for a few scratches, has 94% factory blue, thinning on the receiver. Very good plain hardwood stock was shortened to 12 ¾” pull and the very good butt plate altered to fit. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R  204.     Winchester mod. 74 ser.# 347865A. An all original .22 L.R. semi-automatic rifle with a tubular magazine hidden in the butt stock. Made in 1953. Large loading port on the side of the butt. 22” barrel has the correct sights. Grooved receiver. Safety button on top of the receiver. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent action. Metal has 98% factory blue with traces of scattered rust and a few scratches. Very good plain stock is a much fancier piece of walnut than usually seen on this type rifle. Wood does have a few dings and scratches. Correct checkered metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 400.00

R  205.     Browning mod. A-5 ser.# 4M57864. Standard weight, Belgian made, takedown “hump back” 12 ga. semi-automatic shotgun manufactured in 1964. An excellent example! 27 ½’’ plain barrel choked modified. 2 ¾” chamber. Magazine cut off allows single shell loading. Like new bore and action. Clean metal retains 99++% factory blue. Excellent, light colored, checkered walnut forearm and matching round knob pistol grip stock. Butt stock finish has a hint of crazing. Excellent original “FN” embossed butt plate. Gun shows very little use. SOLD FOR: 575.00

R  206.     Winchester mod. 67 ser.# n/a. Manually cocked .22 bolt action single shot rifle. 27” barrel. Original sights. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent action. Most of the factory chrome remains on the bolt. Blued metal covered with light and medium rust. Very good/excellent plain walnut stock with light scratches. Very good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 120.00

R  207.     Remington mod. 141 ser.# 9882. Takedown hammerless .35 Rem. pump rifle with the spiral magazine tube. Made in 1938. Original sights. Original swivel studs missing the swivels. Top of the receiver non-factory drilled for a scope mount (not included). Very good bright bore. Excellent slick action. Metal doesn’t have rust but it is covered with cleaning scratches overall. Approx. 70% very thin factory blue remains. Very good/excellent grooved walnut forearm and plain matching pistol grip stock were both refinished. Correct checkered metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 280.00

R  208.     Savage-Fox mod. B ser.# B28300. A post 1967 hammerless box lock 20 ga. side by side shotgun. Double triggers and extractors. 28” barrels choked modified and improved cylinder. 2 ¾” chambers. Automatic safety. Excellent bores and action. Exterior shows much use and abuse. Worn blue/gray/brown metal with patches of medium/heavy rust on the dent free barrels. Excellent checkered walnut splinter forearm. Very good matching pistol grip stock has much finish wear. Original butt plate is chipped. SOLD FOR: 250.00

R  209.     Savage mod. 24V ser.# 10338. Early production superposed combination gun chambered .222 Rem. over 3” 20 ga. This version has 24” separated barrels, the upper barrel being rather flexible. Extractors. Original sights. 3-9X Redfield “Tracker” scope mounted in see through Weaver rings. Selector on the hammer. Excellent bores and action. Black receiver factory engraved with a turkey and fox. Fairly clean blued barrels. A section of the breech shows chemically thinned blue. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip Monte Carlo stock. Wood has light hunting marks and a chemical has removed some finish on the comb. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  210.     Mossberg mod. 500A ser.# K946540. 12 ga. takedown slide action slug gun. 24” fully rifled barrel has a cantilever base holding a Tasco 3-9X scope in Tasco rings. 3” chamber. Excellent bore and action. Excellent black finish on the alloy receiver. Balance of the fairly clean blued metal shows marks on the magazine tube from “pumping”. Excellent impressed checkered hardwood forearm and matching stock, both with minor hunting marks. Gun was originally shipped with a high and a low, removable, comb and both are included. Also includes a leather strap in quick detachable swivels. Factory recoil pad. SOLD FOR: 210.00

R  211.     Remington mod. 760C ser.# B7253947. Slide action .30-06 carbine with a detachable magazine. Made in 1979. 18 ½” barrel has the original sights, the front bead slightly damaged. Excellent bore and action. Rust free metal has a few light hunting scratches but retains 97% factory blue. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm with a black tip. Excellent matching capped pistol grip stock was probably refinished. Recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. Includes a black nylon carrying strap in QD swivels and a 2.5-8X Bushnell scope in see through rings.  Includes a spare magazine. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  212.     Kassnar-Investarm “Standard” ser.# 342627. 12 ga. over/under shotgun made in Italy. Chrome lined 28” barrels choked full and modified. 3” chambers. Ventilated rib. Single non-selective trigger and extractors. Automatic safety. Excellent action is cocked by pushing the opening lever hard right. Excellent bores. Machine engraved receiver. Clean blued metal. Excellent checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock. A few minor handling marks in the wood. Excellent butt plate. Gun shows little use. SOLD FOR: 400.00

R  213.     Remington mod. 760 BDL ser.# 467347. Deluxe slide action .270 Win. rifle with a detachable magazine. This version was made in 1966 and features a “kink” on the top of the receiver. 22” barrel. Open sights. Excellent shiny bore and excellent slick action. Blued metal is clean but shows a few light hunting scratches. Excellent impressed basket weave checkered walnut, flat bottom, forearm with a black tip. Excellent matching capped pistol grip Monte Carlo stock has a non-factory solid rubber butt plate to 13 ½” pull. Includes a broad leather carrying strap and a Redfield “Tracker” 3-9X scope in a Leupold mount. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  214.     Davis-Warner Arms Corp. “N.R. Davis Ajax” ser.# F4323. Vintage hammerless box lock side by side chambered in 2 ¾” 12 ga. 28” barrels choked full and modified. Double triggers and extractors. Automatic safety. Upper tang screw missing. Excellent bores and action. Smooth gray/brown receiver. Barrels have 98% clean factory blue. Excellent plain walnut forearm. Pistol grip butt stock was repaired and refinished. Recoil pad to 13 ¾” pull. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 190.00

R  215.     Savage mod. 24D-M ser.# A852372. Superposed combination gun chambered .22 RF Magnum over 3” 20 ga. This version has 24” separated barrels, joined at the breech sections. Original sights. Grooved upper barrel. Extractors. Selector on the hammer. Excellent bores and action. Black receiver factory engraved with a turkey and fox. Clean blued barrels. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip Monte Carlo stock. There is finish loss on the comb. Excellent butt plate. Gun doesn’t show much use. SOLD FOR: 375.00

     216.     Belgian double barrel ser.# n/a. Antique 8 ga. percussion side by side with side locks. All original. Dent free 33” “Fine Twist” barrels. Shiny bores were cleaned up. Excellent action. Lightly engraved side plates, trigger guard, and hammers. Wooden ramrod appears to be original. Worn, smooth, gray/brown metal. Very good, almost excellent for its age, checkered walnut straight grip stock held at the front with a wedge pin. Correct smooth metal butt plate. The fine bores and new nipples suggest someone was still shooting this solid old gun! SOLD FOR: 425.00

     217.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique muzzle loading percussion “Kentucky” style long rifle. Approx. .46 caliber. 39” octagon barrel is unmarked and is missing its sights. Lock plate stamped “A.W. Spies Warranted”. Spies was a prominent New York dealer and sales agent in the early to mid 1800s. He was not a gun maker, just a dealer. Good action. Damaged nipple. Single trigger. Dirty rusty bore. Wooden ramrod. Fancy engraved brass trigger guard. Large plain brass patch box, butt plate, and trim. Worn gray/brown metal with pitting in the nipple area. Fair full length plain walnut cheek piece stock with areas of damage. SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  218.     D. W. M. “Gew 98” ser.# 405. A vintage German military bolt action used as the basis for this .22-250 heavy barreled custom “varmint” rifle. No indication who did the work but it appears to be well done. 28” barrel measures 1” across the muzzle and has two holes for scope blocks. New bolt handle. Top of the receiver slightly altered and drilled for a scope mount (not included). Mauser floor plate. Trigger guard recontoured. Excellent bore. The action needs to be seen by a gunsmith. The rifle will fire when the bolt is closed. Single stage trigger might just be set too light. Fairly clean metal has 98% of a professional blue. Very good plain walnut heavy stock has an exaggerated roll over cheek piece, a capped pistol grip, metal lined swivel holes, and a recoil pad to 14 ¾” pull. SOLD FOR: 350.00

R  219.     D. W. M.-C.A.I. mod. 1904 Mauser-Vergueiro ser.# 9668. Import marked 8X57mm bolt action military rifle made in Germany for a contact to Portugal. Portuguese crest on the receiver. Not a true model 98 action, although it has some mod. 98 features. Split rear receiver bridge through which the bolt handle travels. The caliber designation “6.5” was XXd out and the importer stamped the caliber as “8mm” but a standard 8X57mm cartridge won’t chamber so the caliber must be decided by a chamber cast. 25” barrel. Original sights and muzzle cover, the rear sight altered to compensate for the new caliber. Cleaning rod intact. Hinged floor plate with a release in the trigger guard. Shiny very good bore. Excellent action. Much light pitting on the visible part of the barrel. Approx. 89% blue looks original. Very good hand guard and matching full length stock. Correct butt plate and swivels. Includes an original looking leather strap. A seldom seen military rifle! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  220.     J. Stevens  “Ideal No. 44 ½” ser.# 3854. A vintage “custom” lever action single shot .22 rifle that strongly resembles Stevens’ no. 47 “Range Rifle”. A 44 ½ action with a #4 weight Winchester mod. 1885 barrel. 24 ½” long half round, half octagon, barrel has multiple holes drilled in the top for scope bases (not included) and has a globe front sight. No rear sight but the tang is also drilled for a sight (not included). Bore should clean to excellent. Excellent action has a full lever and was “decorated” on the sides with a punch. Worn blue/gray/brown metal has old smooth rust residue. Very good plain walnut, unfinished, forearm has a small repair. The pistol grip butt stock is made of glued together pieces of unfinished walnut. If it was finished with a dark stain, it might not look too bad. Heavy crescent metal butt plate from an unknown rifle. Interesting gun! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 170.00

R  221.     C. Sharps Arms Co. mod. 1875 ser.# 0-971. A modern Big Timber, Mont., U.S.A. made reproduction of the original single shot, side hammer, falling block rifle. Resembles Sharps’ current “Target and Sporting Rifle” but has a 28” heavy barrel that measures 7/8th inch across the muzzle. Chambered in .40-2 ½” Sharps Straight. Top of the round barrel non-factory drilled for a scope mount (not included). Multi-adjustable, period style, tang sight. Like new bore and action. Case colored receiver and lever. Balance of the clean metal satin blued. Excellent Schnabel tipped plain walnut forearm. Matching pistol grip, cheek piece, stock has a bad toe chip. Correct checkered metal butt plate. Gun really doesn’t show a lot of use. SOLD FOR: 650.00

R  222.     Japanese “Type 99 Arisaka” ser.# 67261. 7.7mm series 25 bolt action military rifle made at the Koishkawa (Tokyo) Arsenal. Original configuration. No provision for a cleaning rod. The dust cover is included and the receiver “mum” is intact. “Last ditch” style fixed rear sight. Matching bolt. Good, bright, but “frosty” bore. Excellent action. Blue/brown metal is actually pretty clean. Excellent hand guard and a very good full length stock. Correct swivels and wooden butt plate. Not a bad example! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 425.00

     223.     Unknown maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique Berks County style muzzle loading flintlock “Kentucky” long rifle. 37” octagon barrel of approx. .46 caliber. Original sights. Wooden ramrod. Rusty bore has no rifling visible. Single trigger. Excellent action. The unmarked lock on this gun is finished in the white and, almost, looks like a repro.??? Brass trigger guard, butt plate, side plate, and trim. Large plain brass patch box. Dark brown barrel with old rust residue. Good, for its age, full length plain walnut cheek piece stock with a toe repair. SOLD FOR: 900.00

     224.     Remington mod. 1894 “AE Grade” ser.# 120187. Antique 12 ga. hammerless box lock side by side shotgun. Dent free 30” Damascus barrels choked full and modified. 2 & 5/8th inch chambers. Automatic safety. Double triggers and automatic ejectors. Excellent shiny bores. Excellent solid action. Metal has worn to gray and shows a few old rust stains. Damascus pattern still visible on the barrels. Good checkered walnut splinter forearm, held with a push button latch, has a few edge chips. Very good matching “Prince Of Wales” style pistol grip stock. Newer recoil pad to 14” pull. SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  225.     Haenel??? “System Aydt” ser.# 4036. Vintage single shot, lever action, falling block German made Schuetzen rifle chambered in 8.15X46mmR. 32” octagon barrel is “BUG” proofed. Damaged front sight. Original tang peep sight is missing but there is a rather elaborate multi-adjustable sight included that could, possibly, be adapted to the rifle. Very good bore. Excellent action. Working double set triggers. Trigger group easily removed for cleaning. Fairly clean receiver and elaborate lever retain full coverage, but fading, case colors. Minimal rust residue on the factory blued barrel. Plain hardwood Schnabel forearm has a crack, dings, and scratches. Matching checkered straight grip stock, with a large exaggerated cheek piece, has lots of dings and scratches. Original sling swivels and case colored Schuetzen butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 700.00

R  226.     Palmetto Arms Co. single shot ser.# RY402. Vintage 12 ga. hammer gun probably made by Stevens. 30” “Electro Steel” barrel choked full. Extractor. Chamber measures less than 2 ¾”. Pitted bore. Excellent solid action. Traces of case color on the. mostly, gray receiver. 95% factory satin blue on the barrel. Very good/excellent plain walnut forearm. Matching stock has chips, cracks, and pieces missing. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 425.00

R  227.     Winchester mod. 90 ser.# 815328. Slide action, hammer fired, takedown .22 Short rifle probably made after 1940. Tubular magazine with the unusual loading port indicating this may have been a true gallery gun. 24” octagon barrel. Original sights. Excellent bore and action. Blue/gray/brown metal with not a lot of rust but quite a few fine scratches. Very good grooved walnut forearm. Very good matching straight grip stock was stripped of its finish. Correct crescent metal butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 425.00

R  228.     Armsport mod. 1032 ser.# 86891. Hammerless box lock 10 ga. side by side made in Spain. 32” barrels choked full and full. 3 ½” chambers. Double triggers and extractors. Automatic safety. Excellent bores and action. Clean metal retains 99++% factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut beavertail forearm held with a push button latch. Excellent matching pistol grip stock with a factory recoil pad. Gun looks like it was hardly ever used. SOLD FOR: 450.00

R  229.     Winchester mod. 67 ser.# n/a. Manually cocked .22 bolt action single shot rifle. 27” barrel. Original sights, the front bead broken off. Excellent bore and action. All of the factory chrome remains on the bolt. Smooth blued metal getting a brownish tint. Very good/excellent plain walnut stock, with light dings and scratches, has a little extra finish. Very good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 110.00

R  230.     Meriden Firearms Co. mod. 1907 ser.# 24460. Vintage side lock 12 ga. side by side with exposed hammers. U.S. made. 30” barrels appear to be regular steel. Choked full and full. 2 ¾” chambers. Excellent shiny bores. Excellent action. Receiver, hammers, and trigger guard worn to a smooth bare gray. Fairly clean barrels have approx. 89% thin factory satin blue. Good/very good, well worn and scratched, checkered walnut splinter forearm. Very good checkered walnut capped pistol grip, matching, stock with hunting marks and one or two very short cracks. Good original butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 275.00

R  231.     Mossberg mod. 46A ser.# n/a. Vintage bolt action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine. 25” barrel has the original sights, missing the front hood. Side of the receiver factory drilled for a scope mount and a receiver sight (both not included). Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Blue/brown metal has a hint of old cleaned rust residue. Very good, unusually designed, plain walnut semi-target stock with a cheek piece. Correct metal butt plate. Has the rear factory detachable sling swivel but is missing the front. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 140.00

R  232.     Savage mod. 24S-E ser.# P007427. Over/under combination gun chambered .22 RF Magnum over 3” 20 ga. 24” joined barrels. Original sights. Grooved upper barrel. Extractors. Selector on the hammer. Side opening lever. Excellent bores and action. Plain black alloy receiver. Clean barrels and trigger guard retain 99% factory blue. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Wood has no real damage but shows lots of finish marks. Excellent butt plate. SOLD FOR: 325.00

R  233.     Winchester mod. 1917 ser.# 482546. .30-06 bolt action U.S. military rifle altered into a hunting gun. Made in 1918. 21 ¾” barrel has a barrel band style ramp front sight. Original rear sight was altered to accept a screw in peep aperture. Original “kink” in the magazine box. Excellent bright bore. Excellent, rather dry, action. Fairly clean original blue worn to approx. 79%. Missing the hand guard. Very good original stock was cut at the fore-end and has an original barrel band. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a 1 ¼” wide leather sling. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 150.00

R  234.     Marlin-Glenfield mod. 25 ser.# 20725741. Bolt action .22 rifle with a clip. 22” barrel. Open sights. ¾” Glenfield 4X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue. Excellent plain hardwood Monte Carlo stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a leather strap in factory swivels. SOLD FOR: 150.00

R  235.     Browning mod. A-Bolt II “Composite Stalker Boss” ser.# 50856NT8C7. Top quality Japanese made bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .300 Win. Mag. Detachable magazine attaches to the hinged floor plate. 24” barrel made without sights. Equipped with the “Boss” muzzle brake and accuracy tuner. Tang safety. Slick short throw action. Satin black metal. Checkered black synthetic stock. Rifle is new in the original box with all paperwork. SOLD FOR: 625.00

R  236.     Savage mod. 99EG ser.# 414822. A superb example of this 1941 production solid frame, hammerless, lever action rifle chambered in .250-3000. 24” barrel. Original sights. Brass rotary internal cartridge counter magazine. Factory drilled for a tang sight but never drilled for a scope mount. Safety by the lever. Like new bore and action. Clean metal retains 99++% factory satin blue. Strong case color on the lever. Excellent checkered walnut slim tapered Schnabel forearm. Excellent capped and checkered pistol grip stock. Butt stock does have one fine crack and a few handling marks. Correct grooved metal “SVG” logo butt plate. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 1,200.00

R  237.     Remington mod. 725 ser.# 704510. Standard grade bolt action rifle made in 1958. Chambered in desirable .280 Rem. 22” barrel has the original sights including the front hood. Black alloy trigger guard and hinged floor plate. Excellent shiny bore. Like new action. Clean metal has 99% factory blue. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock, with a capped pistol grip, shows quite a bit of hunting use. Dings, scratches, spots of finish wear, and a crack in the fore-end tip. Correct checkered aluminum butt plate. Includes a leather sling in original swivels and a 3-9X Bushnell “Scope Chief” scope in a top mounted Pachmayr flip over mount. A scarce model in a great caliber! (C&R) SOLD FOR: 800.00

R  238.     Remington mod. 141 ser.# 3027. Takedown .35 Rem. slide action in the scarce carbine configuration. Barrel code indicates the gun was made either 1935 or 1946. Neither one is supposed to be correct. 18 ½” barrel. Original sights. Never drilled for a scope. Spiral magazine tube. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent slick action. Metal is fairly clean but shows hunting use, with approx. 80% factory blue remaining. Excellent grooved walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock were lightly refinished. Correct checkered metal butt plate. Includes a leather sling in non-factory??? swivels. (C&R) SOLD FOR: 975.00

R  239.     Remington mod. 700 “Classic” ser.# G6282885. A limited production bolt action rifle chambered in .221 Fireball. Issued in 2002. 24” barrel made without sights. Hinged floor plate. New lockable action with “keys”. Blued and black metal. Checkered walnut colored stock. Factory swivel studs and solid rubber butt plate. Rifle is new, unfired, in the box with all paperwork. SOLD FOR: 1,250.00

 

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Accessories

 

  1. Tray lot – Vintage Ben Pearson recurve bow with a bow fishing reel and arrow. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  2. 1935 county 10 and 1937 county 14 tin PA hunting license tags. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  3. 1927 county 33 and 1929 county 21 tin PA hunting license tags. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  4. (1) 1924 county 36 tin PA license tag and (1) vintage small brass fishing reel. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  5. Tray lot – Assorted 16 and 20 ga. shotgun shells and slugs (some collectible) and a set of RCBS .244 Rem. reloading dies. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  6. Old Crosman model 147 pump up .177 pellet rifle, fine condition. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  7. African Zulu??? large shield and matching spear. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  8. African Zulu??? large shield and matching spear. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  9. Tray lot – Scary looking reproduction bladed weaponry. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  10. Tray lot – Antique leather rifle slings. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  11. Box volt 1970s and ‘80s “Gun Report” magazines. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  12. Paintball gun and accessories. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  13. Box lot – Gun and military related books. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  14. Box lot – Gun, Civil War, and other related papers, magazines, catalogs, etc. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  15. Box lot – Widely assorted military, math., etc. ephemera. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  16. Two part lot – Adjustable ice walkers and a “Seater Heater” ice fishing heater seat. SOLD FOR: 7.50
  17. Tray lot – Vintage empty gun powder cans. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  18. Tray lot – Reloading bullets, primers, and empty brass. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  19. Tray lot – Assorted ammunition, blanks, and brass. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  20. Tray lot – Collectible belt buckles, blanks, persuader, trigger pull gauge, blank pistol, etc. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  21. Tray lot, (3) Rifle scopes, M6 telescope for a 37mm artillery gun, (2) knives, and a vintage leather shot/powder flask. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  22. Tray lot – Dog training dummy shooter, blanks, gun cleaning accessories, and a new shooter’s glove. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  23. Tray lot – Old boy scout collectibles. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  24. Tray lot – Flashlights, old compass, bag lot small assorted collectibles. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  25. Box lot – Military pouches, belt with canteen and accessories, duffle bag. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  26. Two part lot – Assorted gun wood and wooden “military training rifle”. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  27. “USN” marked brass bugle. SOLD FOR: 100.00
  28. Tray lot – Vintage soft takedown long gun cases and (2) holsters. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  29. Tray lot – Vintage Winchester brace and an unusual tool. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  30. Tray lot – U.S. marked brass spurs, “Army & Navy” binoculars, ammo pouch??, belt with buckle. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  31. Box lot – (2) Plastic tackle boxes, one with lures and small tackle, and an Old Pal pack style fly rod in case. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  32. Two part lot – Gun display rack, puzzle/map of Gettysburg, M-1 Garand barrel, .22 rifle barrel. SOLD FOR: 1.00
  33. Wooden shoulder stock for unknown vintage semi-automatic pistol. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  34. Three part lot – (2) Framed under glass Civil War prints (one Currier & Ives looks authentic) and (1) “Brownie The Riveter” poster. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  35. Vintage model 30 S&W revolver box with (2) pairs S&W “diamond” checkered walnut grips inside. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  36. Vintage Benjamin Franklin .177 C02 pellet pistol with new seals. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  37. Excellent vintage Crosman “177” C02 pellet pistol. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  38. Fine boxed Beeman-Weihrauch German break barrel pellet pistol with new seals. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  39. Full box (reboxed) 11.5X57R Spanish Reformado cartridges. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  40. Case lot – Used leg hold animal traps. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  41. Full box (50) primed paper 8 gauge shogun shells marked J.P & S. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  42. Tray lot – Collectible boxed .22 ammunition. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  43. Excellent Stevenson’s box turkey call, Wellsboro, PA. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  44. (2) Excellent vintage full boxes Winchester .38 Special match ammunition. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  45. Excellent small 1930s Winchester guns and ammunition catalog. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  46. Full brick (10 boxes) scarce Wards .22 long rifle ammunition. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  47. Tray lot – (6) Full boxes Super X .22 Win. Mag. ammunition in yellow boxes. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  48. Full box – Rare Remington “Shur Shot” 2” 12 ga. shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  49. Full box – Military .410 shells for the Air Force survival gun. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  50. Excellent inside marked Lynch, Birmingham, AL box turkey call. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  51. Tray lot – Nylon pouches, cap, shooter’s sand bags, hunting knife, gun cleaning accessories, scope mounts, misc. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  52. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition and blanks. CAUTION! SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 90.00
  53. Tray lot – .22 ammunition, assorted fired empty brass, reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  54. Tray lot – Assorted shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  55. Vintage bow and arrow from Tanzania. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  56. Vintage compound bow with attached accessories. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  57. Tray lot – (2) Soft handgun cases and assorted gun “socks”. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  58. Limited edition National Wild Turkey Federation cast bronze “Buckhorn Ridge” by Scott Lennard             2125/2400 SOLD FOR: 170.00
  59. Unusual “mallard ducks in bottles” carved by Bobby Jobes and mounted by Wm. Cronin 1996. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  60. National Wild Turkey Federation bronze “The Tradition Continues” (3 men with guns and turkeys) SOLD FOR: 95.00
  61. Vintage cast iron harpoon. Are you ready for whaling season?? SOLD FOR: 90.00
  62. Vintage wooden live pigeon box. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  63. Framed under glass and artist signed 1998 Ducks Unlimited print by Gerald Putt “Caught Napping”                273/999 SOLD FOR: 65.00
  64. Ducks Unlimited bronze “Uprising” by Frank Newmyer. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  65. Framed under glass and artist signed 1995 Phillip Crowe print “The Duck Hunters” 654/750 SOLD FOR: 40.00
  66. Framed under glass NSCNA Ned Smith 1997 print “Deep Woods Drummer”   870/1069 SOLD FOR: 90.00
  67. Framed under glass and artist signed 1991 Taylor Laughton print “Spring Strut” 425/600 SOLD FOR: 40.00
  68. Framed under glass and artist signed E. L. Freese bobcat print. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  69. Framed under glass and artist signed Stephen Leed PA Game Commission print “Fall Birds”                   547/600 SOLD FOR: 40.00
  70. Framed under glass and artist signed 1989 Terrill Knaak print “Red Lanterns Ruffed Grouse”                437/950 SOLD FOR: 65.00
  71. Framed under glass and artist signed whitetail deer print by N. J. Hewitt      2690/4000 SOLD FOR: 40.00
  72. Framed under glass and artist signed Charles Frace print “The Chase”     2469/3500 SOLD FOR: 65.00
  73. Framed under glass pheasant print. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  74. Framed under glass and artist signed Charles Frace print “The Quest”     2469/3500 SOLD FOR: 85.00
  75. Vintage Unertl 10X rifle scope (some tube damage). SOLD FOR: 80.00
  76. (2) Saltwater rods and (2) reels. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  77. (2) Hunting coats, one camo. and one blaze orange. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  78. Large plastic tackle box filled with excellent clean lures and small fishing items. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  79. Box lot – Repro. Remington tin ad sign, carved leather Western style belt and holster, large knife, .45-70 and 8mm Mauser ammunition. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  80. Bundle of freshwater fishing rods and reels. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  81. Vintage Bear “stick” bow. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  82. Five piece Case XX kitchen cutlery set. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  83. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  84. Daisy mod. 99 Champion lever action BB rifle. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  85. Empty vintage metal military .50 cal. ammo. can. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  86. Large metal military ammo. can filled with (4) smaller ammo. cans.   SOLD FOR: 70.00
  87. Large metal military ammo. can filled with (3) smaller ammo. cans.  SOLD FOR: 70.00
  88. Metal military ammo can with (250 + or –) clean .30-06 FMJ ammunition. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  89. (5) Metal military ammo cans. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  90. Box lot – Empty Leupold and Redfield rifle scope boxes. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  91. Tray lot – Assorted partial boxes reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  92. Box lot – Military ammo. pouches, assorted loose ammunition, reloading primers, empty powder can, small gun parts, .300 Win Mag. reloading dies. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  93. Box lot – Model 1917 rifle parts. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  94. (2) Semi-inletted and unfinished sporter stocks for mod. 98 Mauser rifles. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  95. Metal military ammo can filled with new 5.56mm (.223) FMJ ammunition. SOLD FOR: 600.00
  96. Metal military ammo can filled with new 5.56mm (.223) FMJ ammunition. SOLD FOR: 575.00
  97. (1000) Rounds new 9mm Luger ammunition. SOLD FOR: 300.00
  98. Sealed wooden case (1440) rounds 7.62X39mm ammunition. SOLD FOR: 500.00
  99. (1) Takedown recurve Ben Pearson bow and (1) Indian “stick” bow. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  100. New/like new Browning Vectra graphite spinning rod. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  101. (3) Empty Winchester rifle and shotgun boxes. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  102. Tray lot – Reloading dies, reloading accessories, and gun cleaning accessories. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  103. Tray lot – Spinning reel and assorted fishing tackle. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  104. Fine Thompson Center 2.5X long eye relief pistol scope. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  105. Box lot – Gunsmithing magazines, safety harness, sling, license holders, etc. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  106. Fine Used Golden state arms rifle barrel, chambering and application unknown. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  107. Case lot – 12 ga. 3 ½” steel shot shotgun shells, assorted boxed and loose ammunition. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  108. Box lot – 5.56mm (.223) ammunition. CAUTION! RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 120.00
  109. Tray lot – .45 ACP brass and a bag of cast lead reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  110. Water buffalo skull with horns. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  111. Wooden display case with (2) military insignia. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  112. Mounted set of large steer horns. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  113. Box lot – Widely assorted trapping, hunting, historical, and other books. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  114. New in the box Western Bowie style W-49 fighting knife. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  115. (3) New knives, one is a Rambo limited edition and one is a Buck 121. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  116. Tray lot – Western style carved leather belt and holster, holster, El Paso Saddlery cartridge belt. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  117. Tray lot – New butcher saw/skinning knife combo. pack and a wood cased gun cleaning kit. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  118. Box lot – Assorted .45 Colt ammunition and brass. CAUTION! POSSIBLE RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 140.00
  119. Tray lot – Harris folding bipod and a Night Blaster varmint spotlight. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  120. Box lot – Western style lariat, hat, canteen, ammo. pouch, web straps. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  121. Tray lot – Bugle and powder horn. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  122. Vintage Herters heavy cast iron reloading press with dies and loading manual. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  123. Old wooden box filled with loose ammunition, blanks, gun cleaning accessories, and who knows what else?? SOLD FOR: 20.00
  124. Vintage wooden Remington shotgun shell case with a mounted snake skin and a realistic looking SAA prop gun. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  125. Plastic tub containing wooden gun racks and (3) soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  126. Vintage Bausch & Lomb 2.5-8X rifle scope (needs internal cleaning). SOLD FOR: 50.00
  127. Older Crosman mod. 760 pump up BB or pellet rifle. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  128. Two part lot – Old tackle box filled with lures and tackle and an old saltwater rod. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  129. Storm compound bow with attached accessories. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  130. Tray lot – Assorted fresh and saltwater fishing reels. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  131. Box lot – Web straps, rifle sling, bow trigger release, lens caps, nocks, head lamp, Mossberg gun instructions, gun locks, knife case, etc. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  132. (1) Airsoft rifle with attached accessories and (1) blow gun with darts. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  133. Two part lot – Single handgun hard case, C02 BB pistol, C02 cartridges, BBs, folding knife, sling shot, gun cleaning kit. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  134. Box lot – 12 ga. shotgun shells, .32 and .22 RF ammunition, sporting club badges, fishing licenses and holders. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  135. Box lot – (2) Trap shooter’s vests and (3) trap shooter’s shell pouches. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  136. Box lot – Assorted 12 ga. shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  137. (3) Metal military ammo. cans. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  138. (1) Hard and (1) soft single long gun case. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  139. Two part lot – (2) Fishing rods, fillet knife, and an old metal tackle box filled with lures (some collectible), line, and small tackle. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  140. Box lot – Assorted empty fired brass and empty 12 ga. shotgun shells. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  141. Tray lot – Fishing reels and a reel box. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  142. Box lot – Gun cleaning kit, rods, and accessories. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  143. Tray lot – Gun related paper, shooter’s ear muffs, misc. small items. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  144. Tray lot – Assorted leather and nylon holsters and assorted .22 RF ammunition. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  145. Tray lot – Daisy C02 pistol, C02 cartridges, pellets, and duck head book ends. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  146. Box lot – (2) Hats, framed and loose PA Game News “special issue” 1953, and Ned Smith cover 1972, magazines. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  147. Tray lot – Widely assorted loose and boxed ammunition (CAUTION! POSSIBLY SOME RELOADS!) SOLD FOR: 95.00
  148. (2) Framed under glass hunting dog prints. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  149. Box lot – 12 ga. shotgun shells. CAUTION! POSSIBLY SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 65.00
  150. Tray lot – Lee powder scale and assorted smokeless reloading powder. CAUTION! NO GUARANTEE THE CORRECT POWDER IS IN THE CANS. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  151. (2) Rifle scopes and a lot of assorted scope mounts. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  152. New in box Bushnell 3-9X Trophy rifle scope. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  153. Vintage wooden United States Cartridge Co. shotgun shell case with several vintage used leg hold traps. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  154. Vintage Lititz, PA Oneida-Newhouse #14 trap with teeth, serial numbered??? SOLD FOR: 130.00
  155. Multiple handgun hard case with a speed loader and 6 rounds .357 ammunition. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  156. Four place wooden gun cabinet with a glass door and bottom storage. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  157. Tray lot – Old powder horn “scrimshawed” with a dog, “W.B.”, and dated 1875 plus an old dagger like bayonet and (3) rounds .32 RF ammo. in original box. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  158. Two part lot – Old wooden gun cleaning rod and (250) rounds .30 carbine ammunition. SOLD FOR: 160.00
  159. Two framed under glass prints featuring fox hunting scenes. SOLD FOR: 15.00
  160. Framed under glass and signed Ned Smith print “Pirouette”      760/4975 SOLD FOR: 100.00
  161. Framed under glass and signed Ned Smith print “Suspicious”      760/4975 SOLD FOR: 140.00
  162. Framed under glass and signed 1983 Ned Smith print “Reconnaissance”      760/4975 SOLD FOR: 180.00
  163. Framed under glass and signed Ned Smith print “Regal Hermit”      760/4975 SOLD FOR: 130.00
  164. Framed under glass and signed 1984 Dan Christ print “Crossing At Daybreak”      72/600 SOLD FOR: 290.00
  165. Lot of PA Game Commission patches – 1982 Osprey, 1984 Bluebird, 1985 Bobcat, 1987 Elk, Flying squirrel, Male cardinal, and (3) other assorted patches. SOLD FOR: 210.00
  166. Bag lot – (1) Queen and (1) Camillus folding knives and (2) PA fishing license badges – 1958 and 1975. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  167. (5) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  168. (2) Soft long gun cases and (3) vintage canvas takedown cases. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  169. Box lot – Civil War and other military related books. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  170. Framed under glass and signed Ned Smith mourning dove print. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  171. Framed under glass and signed M. Sulberg birds of prey print.       175/950 SOLD FOR: 55.00
  172. Tray lot – Assorted repro. ads, framed WW II magazine pages, etc. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  173. Vintage brass framed Remington “Mark III” flare pistol. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  174. New in the box Colt CT326 large hunting knife with sheath. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  175. Vintage CH cast aluminum cartridge press and a bag of scope lens caps. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  176. (2) Dedicated naval plaques. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  177. Vintage electric lead melting pot partially filled with lead. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  178. c1960 “Have gun, will travel” comic book with a great Daisy advertisement on the back. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  179. (3) Assorted gun and Civil War related books. SOLD FOR: 10.00
  180. Tray lot – Widely assorted small items. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  181. Tray lot – Assorted .22 RF and .357 ammunition. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  182. Tray lot – RCBS electronic loading scale, (1) NIB Remington R870 folding knife, and (1) Browning skinning knife. SOLD FOR: 95.00
  183. Deactivated (we hope) large artillery projectile with brass case, probably not correct. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  184. Military rifle wood – 1903 Springfield and Enfield. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  185. Excellent U.S. made Weaver wide angle 3-9X AO rifle scope and (2) gun related books. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  186. Box lot – Gun socks. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  187. Plastic storage box filled with Nazi 8X56mmR ammunition, in clips, and brass for the model 1895 Steyr-Mannlicher rifle. SOLD FOR: 140.00
  188. Plastic tub filled with 8X57mm Mauser FMJ ammunition dated in the 1950s. SOLD FOR: 85.00
  189. Metal military ammo. can filled with 8X57mm FMJ ammunition. SOLD FOR: 150.00
  190. Tray lot – Archery accessories and crossbow pistol bolts. SOLD FOR: 5.00
  191. Plastic tray lot – Reloading dies – 8mm Rem. Mag, .338 Win. Mag., 7mm Rem. Mag., .30 Gibbs, .257 Roberts, .444 Marlin, and .220 Swift. SOLD FOR: 190.00
  192. Tray lot – Widely assorted loose and boxed ammunition. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  193. (3) New/like new electronic firearm sights. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  194. Three part lot – (3) Wooden, new and vintage, shell and ammunition cases. SOLD FOR: 20.00
  195. Tray lot – Assorted reloading bullets. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  196. Tray lot – (1) Tripod, (2) bipods, and (1) hunting knife. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  197. Tray lot – Assorted unusual ammunition. CAUTION! SOME RELOADS! SOLD FOR: 50.00
  198. Large metal military ammo. can partially filled with widely assorted empty fired brass. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  199. Tray lot – Stock finishing products, exploding targets, pouch. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  200. Tray lot – Muzzle loader balls and propellant, small reloading accessories, bottle of shot. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  201. Tray lot – Mosin Nagant bayonet and accessories and a small lot old gun parts. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  202. Assorted rifle wood – Mod. 70 Win. and Enfield. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  203. Tray lot – Sinker or bullet casting lead ingots. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  204. Tray lot – .30 Remington and .348 Winchester ammunition. SOLD FOR: 200.00
  205. (2) Pair strap on ice and snow walking shoes. SOLD FOR: 70.00
  206. (2) Vintage fiberglass “stick” bows by Indian Archery and Colt. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  207. Caldwell rifle shooter’s rest. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  208. New Daisy wood stocked limited edition model 1894 lever action BB rifle with display rack. SOLD FOR: 110.00
  209. (4) Soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  210. Double long gun hard case. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  211. Birdseye maple cheek piece stock and beavertail forearm for an unknown pump .22 rifle. SOLD FOR: 17.50
  212. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition, some in collectible boxes. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  213. Tray lot – RCBS Uniflow powder measure and 5-10-5 reloading scale. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  214. Tray lot – .38 Spl./.357 reloading dies, brass, and bullets. SOLD FOR: 55.00
  215. Tray lot – .243 Win. dies, Lee priming tool, RCBS dial caliper, loading blocks, other small reloading accessories. SOLD FOR: 75.00
  216. Box lot – Soft long gun case, leather belt and holster, leather possibles bag. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  217. 1995 signed Christopher Walden print “Bucking The Odds”      209/400 SOLD FOR: 45.00
  218. Box lot – Plastic duck decoys. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  219. (5) Quality soft long gun cases. SOLD FOR: 60.00
  220. Glass topped display of cardboard PA hunting license tags. SOLD FOR: 30.00
  221. Glass topped display of PA fishing license badges. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  222. Excellent Winchester spotting scope, with tripod, in original aluminum case. SOLD FOR: 170.00
  223. (5) RCBS reloading die sets – .357, .222 Rem., .44 Mag., .41 Mag., .257 Weatherby Mag. SOLD FOR: 150.00
  224. A&B – (2) Remington game prints on canvas. SOLD FOR: 22.50
  225. Large Plano takedown long gun, multi handgun, or accessory case. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  226. Metal military ammo. can filled with plastic cartridge storage boxes. SOLD FOR: 25.00
  227. Tray lot – Widely assorted ammunition and shells. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  228. Tray lot – RCBS Uniflow powder measure and (3) wooden loading blocks. SOLD FOR: 65.00
  229. Excellent Redfield “Revolution” 2-7X rifle scope in box. SOLD FOR: 130.00
  230. Excellent BSA 6-24X rifle scope in box. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  231. Tray lot – Lee and other reloading dies and shell holders – 6mm Rem. and .223 w/accessories. SOLD FOR: 80.00
  232. Box lot – RCBS 5-10 powder scale, loading blocks, primer feeds, etc. SOLD FOR: 90.00
  233. Tray lot – Caldwell rifle bipod, laser bore sighter, vintage Weaver K2.5 scope. SOLD FOR: 45.00
  234. Tray lot – Lyman electronic loading scale and assortment of gun related smalls. SOLD FOR: 120.00
  235. Metal box with (4) good pocket knives. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  236. Metal military ammo. can with archery accessories and fishing jig heads inside. SOLD FOR: 40.00
  237. Box lot – Crow decoy, Meade binocular camera, Bushnell bore sighter set, Winchester 2008 catalog, etc. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  238. Tray lot – Case XX hunting knife, knife sheaths, sportsmen’s club badges, fishing license, pins, etc. SOLD FOR: 35.00
  239. Bag lot – PA Fish Commission patches, etc. SOLD FOR: 12.50
  240. Bag lot – PA Game Commission patches, etc. SOLD FOR: 150.00
  241. Bag lot – PA fishing license badges. SOLD FOR: 50.00
  242. Bag lot – PA fishing license badges. SOLD FOR: 35.00
Total Sold - $102,128.50

 

 

 

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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.