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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival J. Stevens Ideal rifle No. 44 originally chambered in .25 Rim-fire but re-chambered to .32-35 Stevens-Maynard. The original case colors on the receiver have turned to brown with some freckling. The butt plate and lever have also turned brown. The 24" part round, part octagon blued barrel has a few minor spots of rust on the exterior however it has an excellent bore. It is missing both the front and rear sights, and the tang sight which was installed at one time. MSR361016CDH
Price: $500.00
Scoped: N
Rifles/Single Shot
Item#: 14732msr
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Stevens Ideal "Range Model" rifle No. 45 chambered in .25-25 Stevens CF(cartridge pictured not included). These rifles were built circa 1896-1916 and were available in a number of different calibers and options. This rifle has a 30" part octagon, part round barrel numbered to the gun, with a globe front sight, scope blocks, and set triggers. The left handed stock is of fancy checkered walnut, has a vernier tang peep sight, and a Swiss style butt plate. The receiver retains nearly all of the original case colors. The barrel has numerous areas of small rust spots. The left side of the stock has some small cracks that developed in the burl of the wood from dryness. A beautiful target rifle from the early part of the 20th century. MSR361015CDH
Price: $1,200.00
Scoped: N
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Item#: 14729msr
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival A super rare Bavarian 1858/1867 Podewils-Lindner Rifle. This Podewils rifle was converted from a muzzle loader to a bolt action percussion by removing the breech plug and screwing on a Lindner conversion, with a dust cover to direct gas forward upon ignition. The rifle fires a paper cartridge ignited by a percussion cap. The conversion was probably done by Amoskeag Manufacturing Co. of Manchester, New Hampshire. It is very similar to the Civil War Lindner Carbine. This rifle has a fair bore, metal has a brown finish all over. The stock is sound but has a small chip out of the right side of the stock behind the lock. The bolt stop screw is missing. AMR-CBJC
Price: $2,500.00
Scoped: N
Rifles/Percussion
Item#: 14727amr
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Selling with NO RESERVE is this rare and unusual DAISY VL 22 caliber rifle that fired caseless ammunition. The bullet and propellant were self contained but did not utilize a cartridge case, The "cartridge" was placed in the chamber and the propellant was ignited by compressed air at temperatures up to 2000 degrees. The lack of a normal case simplified the design and eliminated the need for a firing pin, extractor or elector. Velocity was 1150 fps out of a 24 inch barrel. Daisy sold these guns as air rifles. Daisy/Heddon was in the business of selling air rifles and pellet/BB guns. The ATF was fine with that, since that's what they were licensed to produce. What the ATF was not fine with was the unlicensed production of firearms. Since the V/L rifle utilized a propellant, the ATF ruled that the V/L rifle was a firearm. Daisy not being licensed to produce firearms, and having no desire to become a manufacturer, ceased production in 1969. Exact dates are fuzzy without additional digging, but it is allegedly a production run of approximately 8 months for a gun that was nearly 8 years in the making. The very chemical compound that should have propelled Daisy/Heddon into the future instead brought about its own demise. This example is one of the Presentation Grade models with a walnut stock but missing the brass plaque. Included with the rifle is an entire case of 5000 rounds of original VL ammunition which must be shipped separately from the rifle at an additional cost. The rifle is topped with a BSA scope. There are a couple of rub marks on the right side of the walnut stock, otherwise it is in very good condition. MSR381812
Price: $650.00
Scoped: N
Rifles/Single Shot
Item#: 14726msr
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival DWM 1917 World War 1 Navy Luger, 9mm Para, serial number 1441. All original finish, all matching numbers including the correct matching magazine. Side plate unnumbered. Firing pin unnumbered. Bore is corroded, but lands and grooves are visible. Some light pits right side barrel muzzle to a couple inches back. Original straw parts. Grips are unnumbered but for a "H". Small chip on left side grip. MMH382902CGS
Price: $4,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14742mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Walther PP World War 2 era 1938 manufactured gun. Serial number 151474p without "Germany" stamp, in the rare .380 caliber. All original and correct. Finish his well-worn and pitted on the left slide. Finish shows this has been carried substantially. Magazine is correct banner Walther over Cal. 9m/m with black finger extension. Bottom mag release type. Crown N proof. Barrel is slightly frosted with strong lands and grooves. Minor import mark stamp well hidden in magazine release well. MMH383113CGS
Price: $700.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14743msh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Mauser manufactured P08 Luger, G date code, serial 3105f made in 1935. All matching numbers except the magazine. Finish is original with overall loss of bluing do to honest wear. Barrel is slightly frosted, but has strong lands and grooves. MMH382913CGS
Price: $2,000.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14739mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival DWM World War 1 9mm 1917 German artillery Luger, serial number 9648h. All numbers match, with the original finish. The barrel is lightly frosted in a couple spots otherwise it has strong lands and grooves. Left hand grip is chipped. Normal holster wear on corners. Nice original straw finish. Rear sight is a micro adjusting type, front is a blade type. The magazine has a replaced tube that is blued but the wood bottom is correct. MMH382904CGS
Price: $2,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14740mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival German 1906 Navy Luger by DWM. Serial number is 125a. This 1906 Luger has no original finish, having been refinished over pitting. All numbers are matching except magazine. Bore is frosted with strong lands and grooves and a couple of pits. Straw parts also seem to be refinished. Small pits overall on the exterior of the gun with blue in the pits. Magazine is P08 Luger Style with wooden bottom. Grips are unnumbered. MMH382806CGS
Price: $2,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14741mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Mauser Banner Luger, Portuguese Navy contract, serial number 2103v. This is a nice Mauser contract for the Portuguese Navy in 30 Luger. Arsenal refinish, all matching except magazine. The magazine, as a replacement, is not numbered. Barrel is bright & clean with sharp lands and grooves. Once in the collection of Mel Torme. MMH382910CGS
Price: $3,000.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14735mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Mauser manufactured, 1939 P08 Luger serial number 4302n. Very nice World War II German 9mm Luger with original finish, matching numbers except grips (1 number off), and with a matching magazine! Back strap finish has turned brown as well as the front strap. Bore is shiny with good rifling. MMH383007CGS
Price: $2,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14736mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Luger G date code made by Mauser in 1935, serial number 9443 e. This G date code Luger is all matching except the magazine. The finish appears to be original, but there is some loss of blue on left side turning to patina. Barrel has slight frosting, retaining strong lands and grooves. MMH382914CGS
Price: $2,500.00
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Item#: 14734mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Simson & Co Suhl Luger, serial number 1075. This is an original 1920s Simson Luger. Original finish. All numbers matching that are seen except the grips that have been replaced. The finish shows evidences of blood putting, see pictures. Barrel has corrosion and some pits but should be able to be able to be shot. Magazine is unnumbered wooden bottom blue tubed. MMH382908CGS
Price: $1,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14737mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Rare Mauser K date 1934 Luger serial number 3570 in 9mm. It has been restored. All numbers are matching except the grips. Magazine has been force numbered on 42 code magazine. Barrel is clean with slight frosting and strong lands and grooves. MMH382911CGS
Price: $3,000.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14738mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival World War 1 German 1918 Erfurt, serial number 9572f. The barrel appears to be a post-war replacement barrel in the Nazi era. Left hand grip panel is chipped. Original type magazine that appears matching, but under close examination the numbers are definitely forced. Frosting in the barrel but there are strong lands and grooves. Finish is worn in several areas and there is also a small amount of pitting on some edges. MMH382905CGS
Price: $1,200.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14733mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival S&W Model 18 no dash four screw, blued, chambered in 22 long rifle, with a 4" barrel and adjustable rear sight. Manufactured in 1958. Original S&W diamond checkered wood grips with silver medallion numbered to the gun. Used with some muzzle wear and light handling marks, but in very good condition overall. No box or other accessories. MSH373006
Price: $850.00
Handguns/Revolvers
Item#: 14731msh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Colt 1911 serial #4094 shipped June 22, 1912 in a lot of 500 pistols, to the Commanding Officer, San Antonio Arsenal, San Antonio, Texas. The pistol retains a good deal of it's original blue, maybe forty to fifty percent. The loss of most of it is on the back strap, fore strap, and top of the slide. It has a WW2 HS replacement barrel with a bright & shiny bore, and lucite grips. The recoil spring guide, recoil spring plunger, magazine release are all early original parts. It retains the rounded rear sight and low profile front sight. There is no magazine. The pistol has seen use and exhibits honest wear for an early four digit serial number 1911. MMH382701CBJC
Price: $9,500.00
Handguns/Semi Automatic
Item#: 14728mmh
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New ArrivalNEW New Arrival Italian made Colt 1851 Navy Robert E. Lee commemorative, serial number 194 of 2500. Caliber .36, single action cap and ball percussion revolver. The top of the barrel is marked “LEE” and surrounded by laurel leaves of valor, all 24 carat gold filled. The underside of the frame is marked with a circled Crowned “W” and “34”. The sides of the frame, barrel and loading lever are all fancy scroll engraved that is filled with gold, and the sides of the frame have three Stars in a box depicting the three stars he wore on his collar as General of the Confederate Army. The top, shoulders and sides of the barrel are also engraved with gold filling, and the cylinder is engraved with pictures of southern mansions, artillery, General Lee on horseback and the Lee family crest, with 13 stars in a gold band at the front of the cylinder depicting the 13 states of the Confederacy. Barrel length is 7 ˝” with a front sight that is a brass mortised cone fixed to the barrel. The rear sight is a “V” notch in the top of the hammer. The grips are one piece fancy hardwood with a lacquered finish. The left grip has a 24 carat gold plated medallion at the top marked “Robert E. Lee” and with his picture. The grips rate in excellent overall condition. The barrel, cylinder, frame and hammer are blued. The grip frame and back strap appear to be gold plated. There is no indication in the bore or cylinder chambers that this revolver was ever fired outside the factory. Housed in a French fitted walnut case with keyed lock, silver flask, medallion, silver-plated cap box, 6 gold plated .36 balls, paper work and white gloves. Overall, this set is in excellent condition. CAMcREL
Price: $0.00
Handguns/Percussion
Item#: 14725msh
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