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Ruger Factory FULL-AUTO Mini-14 Folding Stock Carbine .223, Fully Transferrable. Stock # NFA 21. Serial # 191-04xxx. This is a Ruger factory-made fully automatic (select fire) .223 Mini-14 with a folding stock. This is a NFA Weapon, it is fully transferrable. The carbine has a pistol grip and comes with the one magazine shown in the photo. The carbine has a folding stock. The stock and finish have service marks, the bore is very shiny with strong rifling. These guns are rarely seen on the open market, we believe it will sell quickly. All NFA regulations apply to purchase of this weapon.
Model: FULL-AUTO RUGER MINI-14
Price: $15,000.00
Caliber: .223
Scoped: N
Ownership: Pre-Owned
Condition: Very good
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Item#: 12415msr
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Pedersoli Short Land Pattern Brown Bess Flintlock Musket, .75cal. Serial # 123xx. Made by Pedersoli in Italy, this is a very high-quality shooting copy of the Short Land Pattern British Brown Bess Musket. The musket is .75 caliber flintlock, it has a 42” barrel, and is 58” in overall length. The musket’s lock is marked and dated “Grice 1762” and it has King George’s Cypher. There are Pedersoli markings on the left rear of the barrel. The rifle has a smooth wooden stock, brass fittings, and a steel rammer. The musket is in excellent condition, it has a shiny bore, the lock throws a good spark. We do not have the box or any accessories for this gun.
Model: BROWN BESS
Price: $1,500.00
Caliber: .75
Barrel Length: 42"
Scoped: N
Ownership: Pre-Owned
Condition: Excellent
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Item#: 12219amr
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US Model 1816 Wickham Contract Flintlock Musket. Stock # DJ COMM. No Serial #. Wickham Contract US Model 1816 Musket. Chambered for .69 caliber, the Model 1816 was used by the “Texians” in the War of Independence from Mexico, and also used by US Troops during the Mexican War. Later converted to percussion, many Model 1816 Muskets saw early use during the Civil War. While the bulk of 1816 production was at Harper’s Ferry, this gun is a contract piece, made by M.T. Wickham (their name is on the lock), and the lock is also dated 1826. The rifle is 69 caliber and it has a 42” barrel, and an iron rammer. This rifle was converted to percussion, and later re-converted back to Flintlock. In addition to the lock markings, the top of the butt plate is correctly marked “US” and the barrel has the correct “V” “P” “(Eagle)” markings. It’s a brown gun with lots of patina and freckling, stock dings and carved names in the butt stock, and a dark bore, the lock functions correctly and throws a good spark – overall a 75-80% gun. Since this is a re-conversion it is not for the Purist, but it’s still a very nice 1816 Flintlock for most Collectors, and the musket will display very nicely as well, the re-conversion just makes this a very affordable US Marital Flintlock Musket! The musket does not come with any accessories, except for the ramrod.
Model: WICKHAM CONTRACT US MODEL 1816 MUSKET
Price: $1,250.00
Caliber: .69
Barrel Length: 42"
Scoped: N
Ownership: Pre-Owned
Condition: Very good
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Item#: 11925amr
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Winchester 1894 .30-30 Saddle Ring Rifle, Mfg. 1919. Stock # MSR251805SP. Serial # 868xxx. This is an 1894 Winchester Saddle Ring Rifle that has seen a lot of use, and is ready to retire to someone’s collection. Chambered for .30WCF (.30-30) the rifle was made in 1919. It has a saddle ring on the left side of the receiver, and a 20” round barrel ( we think the barrel has been cut down). The rifle has seen a lot of use during it’s long life, and that is reflected in the condition. Most all of the original blue finish is gone, the rifle has lots of ptina, freckling, and even some mild pitting on the barrel. The wooden stocks have been sanded, and they look pretty good – overall, the rifle rates about 70-75% condition. The bore has strong visible rifling, however there is also some pitting. The lever action works smoothly, and trigger pull is smooth as well. So…not a “perfect” 94 Winchester, but on the other hand it’s an honest gun that has not been messed with, it will display nicely, and the price is reasonable. We do not have any accessories for this gun.
Model: 1894 WINCHESTER
Price: $1,595.00
Caliber: .30-30
Scoped: N
Ownership: Pre-Owned
Condition: Good
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Item#: 10886msr
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U.S. Model 1816 Springfield Flintlock Musket 1st type .69 cal smooth bore jacksonarmorypower! This is a presentation musket. It is a marksmanship award presented to E.C. of the “Livingston Guards” on Aug. 26, 1844. The barrel is 42”. The finish on the barrel is very good. The wood on this is excellent. There is some surface corrosion on the metal work. The presentation angel badge is inlaid on the left of the stock. On the right stock is inlaid with an eagle. Of the 10 stars inlaid into the wood only one has gone missing. “SM. Co.” is stamped on the left side of the breach. The “Livingston Guards” was Company B, 1st Texas Infantry. The Model 1816 was used by Texians during the Texas Revolution and by the US Army and militia during the Mexican American War . It was also used during the early years of the American Civil War until around 1862.
Model: 1816
Price: $4,500.00
Action: Flint lock
Caliber: .69 smooth bore
Barrel Length: 42"
Scoped: N
Ownership: Pre-Owned
Condition: Very good
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Item#: 8235amr
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