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Both are finished in electrolus nickel and are in fine condition. Topped with a Bushnell Magnum Phantom 2. Condition to both is fine, with light marks from field use to both barrels. Grips and action are crisp, bore is bright, scope optics are clear. Herrett, with front sight, rings and mounts.

Condition to all is fine, showing light micro-scratching and some wear. All scopes are in good condition. Topped with a Tasco Pro-Class 3x scope. With extra Bulberry 20'' barrel in. Bores are excellent and need minor cleaning. Condition to all 3 is about fine with light scuffing from range use. Scope optics are clear. Condition is fine showing light wear in actioning areas of blue frame.

Good grips, action and bore. Condition is very good showing light field use. Bolt stuck in rear position. Crisp checkering, bright bore. Condition is excellent showing just light marks from handling. Condition is excellent showing just light signs of use. Action is crisp, bore is excellent. Remington Pump Action Shotgun, U, 12 ga. Stock with moderate scuffs, scrapes, and light fissure to left side near rear portion of frame.

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Good action, bright bore. Remington Model 17 Slide-Action Shotgun, , 20 ga. Scuffs and scratches to stock. A sweet little 20 ga. Condition is excellent showing just light marks from storage and minor scratches to aluminum frame. Stock with minor pressure dings.

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Remington Model 48 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, , 12 ga. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. Stock with additional coat of varnish. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Winchester Model 12 Pump Action Shotgun, , 16 ga. Stock with additional coat of linseed oil. Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle, ,. Stock shows oil darkening and flattening to checks. Receiver is grooved for Weaver scope mounts. Stock with light handling marks. Minor separation to plastic knurled fingergroove triggerguard, which does not affect function and can easily be repaired.

Action is crisp, micro-groove bore is mirror bright. Trigger has broken and needs replacement. A great project gun. Remington Model 14 Pump Action Rifle, ,. Stock with craftsman-done checkering at pistol grip, and crack to both sides as it contacts receiver. Action is good, bore should clean to at least good. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired. Condition is about fine retaining approx. Stock with light dings and scuffs, and minor losses near back of receiver.

Mild corrosion at crown. Condition is near fine retaining approx. Stock with minor scuffs and scratches. Small loss to pistol grip cap. Condition is excellent, still retaining sticker on right side of buttstock, showing only light marks from handling. Winchester Model Semi-Automatic Rifle, ,. Condition is excellent showing just the lightest marks from handling. Action and grips are crisp, bore is fine.

Grips with mild flattening.

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Muzzle end of barrel has been machined with a stepdown for collet type attachment. Action is crisp, bore is bright but has been sleeved. Adjustable rear and standard front sights. Condition is excellent showing only light marks from handling. Box with scuffs at edges and some tape repairs. Previous owner's ID number lightly etched in left side of frame. In original yellow and blue box, dating from the late s to early s. Condition is excellent with just light marks from handling. Box with minor scuffs and tape.

Condition is excellent showing just light range use. Crisp grips and action, bright bore. Condition is near excellent with light high edgewear. Box with separation at corner edges. Grips are functional with some warpage. Grips show light scuffs. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. Instructions show minor oil darkening; box with light edge tatters and moderate general wear. Condition is excellent showing only light marks from handling, and appearing otherwise new. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright.

Shows internal dried grease which should be cleaned. Grips show light use. Factory checkered trigger and backstrap, with windage adjustable rear and elevation adjustable front sights. Condition is near excellent with just minor carbon spotting to bright sides of hammer and light wear at muzzle, with minor scratches from handling. Grips show only light use. Action is tight, bore is bright. Bottom of frame just forward of triggerguard marked ''20''. Light general micro-scratching, with two small non-threaded holes precisely machined near top portion of backstrap.

Grips with moderate flattening and small loss at bottom of left panel. Grips show light flattening. Action is tight, bore is fine and should clean. Sideplate with Brazilian crest over date. Lanyard loop is missing. Action is crisp, bore is fine. Dating from the mids.

Grips with flattening to checks and thinning to varnish. Grips with slight flattening. Grips are mostly crisp with a small loss at heel of right panel. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. A great range revolver. Early pinned barrel and semi-flat latch. Grips with moderate scuffs and wear predominantly to left panel. Colt Model Double Action Revolver, butt , frame ,. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. Grips with light scuffs and scratches. Action is reasonably tight, crane and cylinder assembly seem to be from another revolver, bore is bright.

Tightness issues can be resolved by replacing and refitting a new extractor assembly. Colt Model Double Action Revolver, on crane, on butt,. Grips and action are good, bore is fine. Revolver shows multiple nitro-proofmarks. Condition is excellent as arsenal refinished, retaining approx. Grips show flattening to checks and fracture to left panel. Condition is fine with light thinning and flaking to cylinder, wear at muzzle, and minor thinning at backstrap.

Grips are crisp, action is tight, bore is bright. Condition is fine to near excellent with very light corrosion to butt and rear portion left side of frame. Grips with minor nicks and scuffs. In period brown leather holster. Minor knackering to front sight blade. Carbon spotting to flat sides of hammer. Grip checks with some flattening. Action is tight, bore is fine. Holster in very good condition with some oil darkening.

Condition is fine to near excellent. Eight-groove stacked leather washer handle, steel pommel and steel ''bent'' guard. In fiberglass body U. M8 scabbard by B. Condition is good to very good overall. Blade with moderate signs of use and sharpening, and clear well-defined markings. Pommel and guard with dark patination and surface rust. Guard has very little horizontal movement. Handle remains tight with wear from age and use. Scabbard with soiling and discoloration to the canvas tongue and strap. Crisp snaps, fiberglass body with one small crack in the finish near the hole for the leg strap.

Five-groove leather washer handle and pinned steel pommel. Blade retains what appears to be the factory edge with signs of very light use and moderate sheath wear. Sheath with mild scuff marks to the body and minor discoloration to the canvas tongue and keeper strap. Condition is fine overall. Blade retains what appears to be the factory edge with signs of very light use and sheath wear. Maker's marks remain clear. Leather handle with very little horizontal movement.

Leather sheath with light wear and discoloration to the throat and belt loop, stitching and seams remain tight. Thin steel peened pommel with a correct type unmarked leather sheath. Condition is good overall. Blade with signs of heavy use, sharpening, and scattered pitting with remnants of the bluing at the fuller and ricasso. Leather washer handle remains tight.

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Dark patination to metal parts, guard with moderate horizontal movement. Leather sheath is very good-fine overall. With light scuffs and scratches, darkening near the throat, with tight stitching and seams. Condition is very good as sharpened with little original finish remaining on blade. Modified scabbard shows oil staining; one side rivet has pulled up.

With fiberglass bodied U. M8-A1 scabbard by BM Co. Blade retains what appears to be the factory edge and approx. Maker's marks are clear and well defined. Handle with minor to just moderate scuffs and scratches. Sheath with mild discoloration to the metal throat. Steel pommel is marked with the ''flaming ordnance bomb''. M8 scabbard by BM Co. The guard is a little loose. Sheath with moderate soiling to the canvas tongue and keeper strap. Snap remains crisp, with verdigris present on brass surfaces. Handle with minor to just moderate scuffs and scratches and a crack and repair that spans across four of the leather washers just below the pommel.

Sheath with moderate patination to the metal throat. Snap remains crisp, with trace amounts of verdigris present. Condition is fine to near excellent overall. Maker's marks remain clear and well defined. Leather sheath with light wear and discoloration, stitching and seams remain tight, with trace amounts of verdigris present at metal surfaces.

Condition is excellent with light carbon spotting and minor pitting to blade. Some oil darkening to scabbard. Grip scales with small nicks and losses. Lot of Seventeen 17 U. Steel half guard and pommel. Both knives with leather five-pin sheaths. Blades retain what appear to be the factory edges and approx. The finish on one of the blades does not appear original. Both handles remain tight, one with very light handling marks. The second with moderate scuffs, scratches, and discoloration. Leather sheaths with darkening near the throat, tight stitching and seams.

Condition is good as barreled action, stock and trigger magazine assembly only. Stock with oil darkening, dings and scratches. Additional marking stamped to receiver ring. Action is good, bore is good. Property marked Winchester Model Trench Gun, , 12 ga. Mfg'd , with U. Stock with scuffs, dings, and light scratches. Action is crisp with lots of old dried grease internally as well as beneath the ventilated handguard; bore is fine. Front sight blade and safety are later replacements. Stock with oil darkening at crossbolt. Condition is very good to near fine with clear GI markings and light to moderate pitting, mostly in spots to top of barrel.

Stock with oil darkening and scuffs. Stock with light dings and scuffs. Crisp cartouche at cheekpiece. Good action, fine bore. Minor carbon spotting to matching bolt. Stock with light thinning to definition, with scuffs, scratches, and oil darkening. Rifle appears all matching, with import marking to forward right portion of barrel.

Condition is very good as mismatched, retaining approx. Stock with dings and scuffs. Stock with oil darkening, light scuffs and scratches. Magazine floorplate is force matched, as is stock. P Bolt Action Rifle, by Eddystone, ,. Condition is good as modified, with four additional holes in receiver rail for side-mount scope. Condition is very good with light to moderate cleaned pitting, but still retaining approx. Stock shows light sanding with clear cartouche.

Stock with scuffs and dings. Mismatched stock with light sanding. Stock with just moderate scuffs and dings. Stock with dings, scuffs, and oil darkening. Rifle is dated Upper handguard with repaired cracks. Model Krag Bolt Action Rifle, ,. Condition is good to very good with light arsenal refinish. Condition is very good to near fine with light toning to blue parts.

Mum with very light defacement, and matching numbered bolt. Condition is very good with mixed parts, retaining approx. Stock with light scuffs and pressure dings and even general overall darkening. Regimental markings to central barrel band: Stock with moderate scuffs, nicks, and oil darkening. Good action and bore. Factory cut for peep sight. Stock with light to moderate wear to finish and minor dings, scuffs and scratches. Condition is very good with ground mum, retaining approx. Stock shows signs of sanding and refinishing. Receiver ring marked ''dot''. Stock is dark from oil. Stock with only light marks from handling.

Condition is very good with mismatched small parts. Blue has evenly thinned to approx. Stock is good with light scuffs. Barrel is lightly import marked near muzzle. Receiver ring marked ''ar''. Collectors believe these guns were made by Anchutz in for the National Youth Movement. Condition is very good with minor thinning to finish and light handling marks. Stock with scuffs, scratches, and some red paint. Condition is fine to near excellent as arsenal refinish, retaining approx. Stock with light scuffs and dings.

Action is crisp, bore is fair to good. Stock attaching iron numbered c, ''Germany'' marked in strap cove. Condition to both is fine with good quality repair to keeper strap; commercial ''Germany'' mark to keeper loop. Pistol, Sear Saddlery stamped but no date, includes usually-missing leather thong to tie holster to pistol belt. Condition to three revolver holster is excellent. M3 holster shows oil darkening. Lot of Eight 8 Black Walther P Holsters, all appearing near new with nice white stitching and the backs marked with what appears to be a post-war part number ''P38 German stick eagle ''.

Condition to all is excellent, appearing new and unissued, with just light marks from storage. No guarantee as to its originality. Lot of Seven 7 U. Midth Century Flap Holsters, all in fair to good condition. Condition is good with some losses to stitching and separation at buckle. Condition is fine with good stitching and minor crazing and wear to exterior. Condition is near excellent as modified, retaining approx. Moderate to heavy flattening to checks. Chamber marked , toggle marked DWM, standard markings to safety and extractor. Condition is about very good retaining approx.

Straw parts show approx. Thumb safety is a cast replacement. Grips with moderate flattening with small loss to left panel below safety. All visible matching serial numbers. Action is crisp, bore is very good with mild frosting in the grooves. Condition is very good as cleaned, with light to moderate pitting visible on barrel and little original finish. Grips are very good, action is crisp, bore is fair. Chamber dated , toggle marked DWM. Grips show evidence of re-checkering.

Considered scarce with cross and sunburst in chamber area, DWM marked toggle, lower portion of safety area polished bright. Upper frame has had the last two digits renumbered to match the lower receiver. Sideplate and some small parts do not match. Grips are crisp with minor flattening. Grip screws have toned gray.

Near imperceptibly import marked to right side bottom frame rail. Unmarked chamber, DWM marked slide toggle, crown-''N'' proofmarks, as well as ''Germany'' to left side of upper receiver. Straw parts retain approx. Grip panels show even toning with one small repair just below thumb safety.

All matching visible small parts. Condition is fine as refinished retaining approx. Coarse checkered dark stained grips show only light wear. Condition is excellent as surplus from the post-war German Army, with light high edgewear to triggerguard. Lightly import marked to right side of frame. Grips with minor scuffs, action is crisp, bore is bright. Right grip panel with period added winged swastika emblem. Grips show light general wear. A great wartime P. Condition is near excellent with light wear at high edges and at muzzle. Made in the USA under license from Walther.

Condition is excellent, appearing near new. Mauser C96 Sporter Carbine, , 7. Made up from old Chinese contract C96 pistols by Federal Ordnance in the s. Hardwood stock shows little use. Lengthened barrel has been sleeved. Action with dried grease should be cleaned and lubed , bore is bright.

Grips with minor to moderate flattening, and two repairs to left panel. Left upper portion of frame marked ''P53'' for year it was removed from service. Holster with overall general darkening and scuffs. Grips with minor impressions and small losses to bottom of left panel. Mauser Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, ,. Minor scuffs to left side of grips. Missing barrel retaining latch at front of frame.

Box with tatters and losses. Makarov Semi-Automatic Pistol, K, 9x18mm cal. Condition is excellent with light importation markings to right side of frame. Grips are good, action is crisp, bore is bright. Lightly import marked to left side of slide. Sometimes misidentified as bandage pouch. Issued, see ASN under flap, but never used. A classic pack issued to officers, Paratroopers, armored Infantrymen in early-war light OD 3. Condition to all is excellent showing only minor soiling.

Leg ties still bundled. Issued primarily in the Pacific to both GIs and Marines, with accessory pouch. Last variant with addition of e-tool attachment tab on flap. Note use of light OD transitional strapping. Every Infantryman received one. Issue shoulder strap included. The most-issued compass for officers, with wrist lanyard added. Type issued to vehicle drivers and most famously to paratroops. With early-war leather wrist strap in supple condition. Compass lens shows fogging from mineral spirit filling and, of course, age.

Mfg'd by Foster Grant. Used to hold manuals in vehicles and field carry. Condition to all is about fine. Wrist compass with discoloration to lens. Condition is fine with light scuffs and minor paint loss along edge. Most with unissued Carlisle bandage. Rare than light OD version. Note remnant of bundle tag. Light OD pads marked ''L'' and ''R'' with mfg. All GIs issued M36 musette bags and pistol belts were issued these. M3 mags are longer than Thompsons. Scabbard made with authentic hardware, with elk thong and web leg strap.

Condition to all is fine to near excellent, showing light soiling from storage. Condition to all is fine to near excellent, showing light use, minor rust stains, and intentional aging. Lot of Original and Replica Paratrooper Gear: Worn as re-enactor for 12 years, so very salty and right. Made from original bag by What Price Glory. Includes original safety pin. Neoprene in this and M5 mask was subject to ''cold set'' deformation when subjected to cold temperatures.

Battle harness with minor fraying and fraying. Contains M light, LG tripod, M shoulder stock, JS telegraph key with cord damaged for remote signaling, M red goggles damaged , and tech manual All in BG bag. Condition to signaling unit is excellent. Exterior of bag with small repairs. In Japanese Occupation, made of OD shirt fabric. Original with belted ear flaps, with 10th Mountain DI. Marine Corps unit with light sun fading. Lot of Two 2: Along with Model Tanker Goggles, in issue Resistal box. Tanker's helmet remains in near pristine condition with minor scuffs to high edges.

Goggles show de-lamination to one lens, but with good strap and eyepiece rubber. Box with some water damage. Earliest version of what became Model field bag. Earliest example of rubberized canvas and very rare. Padded straps and large ''D'' ring. Increasingly rare and unissued.

Condition to all is very good. WWII Thompson submachine gun pouch is near new; all others show light to moderate soiling. Jeep cap was unsewn to remove bill. WWI type used tie string, not buckle belt. Also worn during Battle of the Bulge. Condition to all is fine showing minor soiling. Lot of Gun-Related Items: All items in good condition. Colt Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, ,. Condition is very good to fine as most likely overhauled during the early part of WWII; now showing a Du-Lite finish of which approx. Grips with moderate flattening and oil staining.

Condition is excellent as overhauled, retaining approx. Grips and action are crisp, bore is bright. Condition is fine as overhauled, retaining approx. Grips with moderate flattening. Slide is slightly later than the frame. Front sight is missing. Grips and action are crisp, bore is fine. Shipped June 26, , to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Condition is very good as refinished. Magazine with corrosion but functional. Bottom of triggerguard etched with old social security number.

Grips with small losses to checking. Post-war magazine and later front sight, all of which can be easily corrected. Two of the knives' handles are professionally etched with the previous owner's names. Conditions vary from fair to very good. Blades show signs of age and wear. Four of the knives show cracks or losses to the pearl handles. Jigged bone handle with nickel silver shield, nickel silver bolsters, and brass pins.

Blade shows signs of light use and sharpening with clear and well-defined maker's marks, and remains tight with a strong snap. Nickel silver with mild toning and micro-scratching. Handle has been repaired near one of middle pins. Lot of Two 2 Early W. Stag handles with nickel silver pins and bolsters. Condition is good and very good.

Blades show signs of age, wear, and cleaning. The blades on the Stockman knife with moderate pitting, as well as the possible replacement of one of the stag scales colors do not match. Blade with signs of wear, sharpening, and cleaning, including scattered light carbon spotting and pinprick pitting. Marbles stamp is clear and well defined. Leather handle remains tight with cracking from age. Pommel with a little horizontal movement. Included is an unmarked leather five-pin ''Hilt Knife'' sheath, with smooth snap. Blade with signs of wear, sharpening, and cleaning, including scattered light carbon spotting.

Handle remains tight with a few small patches of deterioration to the leather. Pommel with two cracks but remains tight. Leather sheath with scuffs and scratches. Keeper strap with moderate cracking and one small tear. Lot of Five 5 Firearms Reference Books: Smith Shotgun'', by Lt. Models of and , Volume 3, by Arthur Pirkle. Vintage Pacific Gun Sight Co. Conditions range from very good to excellent. The three hardcover books with dust covers.

Lithographs, including one of Abraham Lincoln, the other of Confederate leaders, and many others taken from a copy of the book ''The Great Rebellion'', by J. Four 4 with cavity molds fitted, marked ''. Along with three 3 handles without blocks, one antique Winchester single cavity mold in. Modern items are in very good condition; the Winchester item is near excellent; the Ideal tool is good and should clean. Winchester Brand Onion Sack, with Winchester lightning bolt logo. Interesting, and in very good condition.

Pre-War Western American Saddle, with nickel silver conchos, leather-covered stirrups, typical western floral pattern decoration with scalloped border. Condition is very good showing moderate use. A nice piece of pre-war tack. High Quality Reproduction of a Batty Peace Flask, originally dating from the s, and correct with all Dragoon type revolvers. Condition is very good with even patination. Missing two of the three spout retainer screws. Loss of definition to high points of eagle shield. Thirty 30 Miniature Firearms, Trinkets, and Charms. Box Lot of Six 6 Antique Bootjacks, four iron bugs, one aluminum bug, and one reclining nude.

Condition to all is very good with some paint losses on the older examples. Wilson; Remington K; and four 4 large knives by Nichols Bros. Conditions range from good to very good, showing signs of age and use. Mfg'd , with solid non-takedown frame.


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Condition is fair, missing magazine feed tube, several small pins and screws, retaining approx. Action needs work, bore should clean. Winchester Model Lever Action Rifle, ,. Condition is very good as shortened, retaining approx. Stock with scuffs and oil darkening. Large buckhorn Winchester-type rear sight; standard front sight.

Action and bore are good. Stock with light scuffs and minor toning. Colt Lightning Double Action Revolver, ,. Double action functions correctly; single action only to half cock. Iron components with heavy corrosion; nickel-plated brass frame and sideplate are near fine with near crisp engraving. Grips with minor toning. Colt Single Action Army Revolver, ,. Condition is fine as refinished and converted to. Colt barrel and cylinder appear to be late 50s to early 60s replacements and retains approx. Later made hardwood grips fit well and show just light marks from handling.

Action is good and crisp, bore is mirror bright.


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  • In more modern Mexican leather holster. Revolver features Mexican style light engraving to right side of frame and barrel with very light treatment to left side. Condition is very good as modified, retaining approx. Grips with minor scuffs and scratches. Action is mostly tight, bore is very good. Rear portion of revolver is all serial numbered to match; forward portion is Condition is good with moderate overall general patination. Grips with wear and thinning and losses to left side at butt; cartouches are faintly visible. Barrel has been shortened approx. Wedge and screw are modern replacements.

    Action functions, bore is fair.

    Model Navy Percussion Revolver, ,. Condition is excellent showing virtually no use. In red velvet-lined mahogany case, with bullet mold, combination tool, powder flask, primer feed device, and two books, ''Colt Revolvers for the Canadian Cavalry'', by Nathan Swayze, and ''The Canadian Arms Collecting Journal'', Vol. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unused, with only the slightest trace of index marks to cylinders. External scuffing to case.

    Grips with heavy flattening to checks. Condition is good as mismatched, retaining little original finish. Grips with additional coat of varnish. Good functioning action, bore is fair. Single Action Revolver, ,. Condition is about very good with moderate toning and thinning to barrel and cylinder.

    Even patination to brass frame. Grips with losses to varnish and small scuffs. Condition is excellent with very small losses to nickel near muzzle and light general micro-scratching overall. Grips with light flattening. Moderate flattening to grips. Condition is fair, action needs work, bore is dark. Good grips and action, fair bore. Condition is very good to near fine, retaining approx. Good grips and action, very good bore. Action needs a little work. Finish has thinned to approx. Grips are good with some varnish loss. Bore is very good.

    Grips with thinning to varnish. Grips with moderate smoothing with losses to both panels at butt. Condition is fair retaining approx. Missing central sideplate screw. Action needs work, bore is dark. Rusty Relic, as found, with at least one spent brass cartridge remaining in cylinder. Appears to be a 1st Model with lanyard loop in butt. Remington Smoot Revolver, ,.

    Condition is good as re-nickeled over light pitting. Grips with moderate flattening to checks. Crisp action, fair bore. Grips with moderate to heavy flattening. Manhattan-American Standard Tool Co. Grips with mild to just moderate scuffs. Action is crisp, bore is good to very good. Condition is good to very good with traces of blue. Grips and action are good, bore is dark with visible lands and grooves. Grips and action remain crisp. Bore is mirror bright. A very nice example of a turn-of-the-Century Lemonsqueezer.

    American Standard Tool Co. Condition is good to very good with little finish remaining to barrel assembly and even patination to frame. Grips with moderate losses to varnish. Cylinder scene is approx. Action works intermittently, bore is fair. Action functions intermittently, as pawl spring may be broken; bore is fair. Condition is very good with light to moderate speckling to nickel surfaces, much of which should clean. Small losses to cylinder. Grips, action and bore are good. Condition is near excellent with only very small losses to finish.

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