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R        1.     Hopkins & Allen Model Cannon Breech.  Serial # L7181.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked modified with a slightly rough but shiny bore.  Marked on the barrel and left side of the receiver “Cannon Breech” because of the oversize breech diameter.  About 30% of the metal is bare and the remainder is a brown patina.  The walnut stock and fotches.  The grip cap is marked “Simmons Hardware Co.” and the butt plate is marked “Simmons”.  Action works firearm show a lot of little dings and scrane but is a little loose.  Made in the early 1900’s.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R        2.     Austrian Steyr – C.A.I. Model 95/34 Carbine.  Serial # 5682G.  8x56Rmm caliber bolt action straight pull rifle.  19½” barrel with a very rough bore.  Integral clip magazine.  The metal is in good to very good condition with good bluing and very little rust.  The wooden stock is in good condition showing some large dings and scratches.  Sling swivels on the left side of the stock.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R        3.     Belgian Model Flobert.  Serial # 333.  .32 RF caliber single shot rifle.  24” heavy octagon barrel with a slightly rough bore with good rifling.  The bluing on the barrel is very good with some small spots of rust.  The action and trigger guard are more of a brown patina.  The checkered wooden stock is in good condition with some dings and scratches.  It has been refinished and shows what might be a crack on the left side at the action.  Action works fine.  One of the better Floberts you will see.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R        4.     Belgian Made Neumann Bros. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  30” barrels choked modified and modified with clean but slightly rough bores.  This gun has the LeFaucheux action where there is a lever on the bottom that swings to open the action.  The barrels are marked “Cast Steel”.  The metal looks like it had been cleaned at one time and cold blue was applied.  It has that mottled brown appearance with some rust spots.  The checkered wooden stock is in good condition with some dings and scratches.  It was refinished at one time.  Double triggers and extractors only.  Action works fine.  Not to be fired with modern ammo.  (C&R) Sold For 75.00

R        5.     Harrington & Richardson Model 1901.  Serial # A60123.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  24” barrel choked improved cylinder with a rough bore that might clean up better.  The barrel has been shortened.  There is no original finish left on the metal.  It is a brown patina with some very fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked in multiple places.  Action works but is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 25.00

R        6.     Hoban Mfg. Co. Model No. 45.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up a little better.  The history on this gun is that George Hoban bought the Hamilton Rifle Co. of Plymouth, MI when Hamilton ceased production in 1945 (hence the Model 45 designation).  He moved operations to Salem, MI and made them there until 1949 when he too closed up shop due to poor health.  Many of these were given away as a promotional prize if you sold a certain volume of merchandise.  The finish of the metal has turned mostly a brown patina.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with large dings, scratches, and a repaired crack.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

          7.     Swiss Vetterli Model 1878.  Serial # 174054.  .41 Swiss RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a rough bore but good rifling.  This rifle has been cut down.  The sights are not original.  The metal is in fair condition with a brown patina and areas of rust scattered about.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition showing dings, scratches, and repaired cracks.  The action works but has a hair trigger that will go off very, very easily.  Should be checked by a gunsmith before firing. Sold For 90.00

R        8.     Daisy Mfg. Co. Model 2201 Legacy.  Serial # AA0027834.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  19” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  The black painted finish on the metal is in fair condition with a lot of wear on the receiver.  The plastic stock and forearm are in good condition with a few wear marks.  The butt plate is adjustable for length.  Rear sight is missing.  Action works fine.  Includes a Tasco 4X power .22 scope in tip-off rings.  Made from 1988 to 1991. Sold For 70.00

R        9.     French Mas 36.  Serial # 272.  7.5x54mm caliber bolt action rifle.  18½” barrel with a rough bore.  This rifle has been cut down and is an arsenal rework of which many were imported in the 1990’s.  The grey parkerized finish is in good condition with general wear marks.  The stock and forearm are in good condition with a refinish and a few small dings and scratches.  The action works but the safety lacks a detent and will sometimes not stay engaged.  Includes a sling.  (C&R)     Sold For 60.00

        10.     Spanish Made Model Springfield Hawken Flintlock.  Serial # 327733.  .50 caliber black powder flintlock rifle.  28” barrel with a rusty bore.  Barrel is marked 1-66”.  Single trigger.  The bluing on the metal parts is good with some slight surface rust and wear on the barrel edges.  The brass forearm tip, trigger guard, and butt plate should polish out nicely.  The wooden stock is in good condition with a couple of large dings.  Action works fine.  Includes the ramrod.  Sold For 150.00

R      11.     Ishapore Model No. 1 SMLE Mk III*.  Serial # 29325G.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle.  25¼” barrel with a rough bore.  Made in India in 1942.  Detachable magazine.  This rifle has been cut down and is missing some parts.  The metal is in fair condition with areas of wear and some areas of scattered rust.  The stock has been refinished and shows dings and scratches.  Bolt matches receiver.  Action works OK.  Includes a sling.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

        12.     Thompson-Center Model Hawken.  Serial # 60284.  .45 caliber black powder flintlock rifle.  29” barrel with a slightly rusted bore.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition with areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with just a couple of dings.  The brass trigger guard, butt plate, and patchbox should polish out nicely.  Original sights.  Action doesn’t work properly in that the hammer will not always go forward.  Includes the ramrod. Sold For 250.00

R      13.     W.H. Davenport Firearms Model 1885Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked improved cylinder with a slightly rough bore that should clean up better.  No original finish remains on the metal and it has been varnished.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings and scratches.  The stock was broken and repaired.  Winchester recoil pad installed.  LOP is 14¼”.  Action works fine.  Manufactured up until 1910.  (C&R) Sold For 25.00

R      14.     German Spandau Model GEW 98.  Serial # 4420K.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle made in 1917.  24” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up better.  This rifle has been modified from it’s original configuration.  The metal retains much of its arsenal finish with areas of wear and scattered rust.  The barrel has been cut and the rear sight removed.  Front sight replaced.  Rear peep installed.  Turned down bolt does not match the receiver.  The stock has also been cut, refinished, and holes have been plugged.  Action works OK.  Includes a leather sling.  Sold For 170.00

R      15.     Japanese Model Type 99 Short Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  7.7 Japanese caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with a slightly rough bore with good rifling.  The metal retains its military finish and is in fair condition with a lot of fine rust.  The stock is in fair condition showing a lot of use with many dings.  Original sights.  Mum and serial number ground and defaced.  Cleaning rod missing.  The bolt does not contain the cocking piece so the gun cannot be fired.   Otherwise, the gun is complete.  You are buying as is.  (C&R)    Sold For 100.00

R      16.     J. Stevens Arms Model Single Shot Shotgun.  Serial # M2973.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  29¾” barrel choked improved modified with a bore that will clean up pretty good.  The metal is in fair condition showing no original finish and having turned a brown patina.  There are some scratches, dings, and small areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and overall wear.  Original butt plate.  Action works OK but closes hard.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R      17.     Iver Johnson Arms Model Champion.  Serial # 25944A.  .410 Ga. single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked full with a very good bore.  Very little of the original bluing is left on the metal.  It has mostly turned brown and the surface is covered with patchy light to medium rust.  The stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with many dings and scratches.  There is a sliver of wood missing on the forearm and the stock is cracked at the wrist.  Original butt plate replaced with a piece of wood.  Action works fine but the release lever is a little loose.  (C&R) Sold For 65.00

R      18.     Winchester Model 37.  Serial # NSN.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  28” barrel choked full with a very good bore.  The barrel is bulged about 1” from the muzzle.  There is some bluing visible on the metal but most of it has started to turn brown.  There are large areas of fine rust scattered about.  The walnut stock and forearm have both been refinished and show dings and scratches, some large.  The forearm has an X carved in it and was cracked at one time and repaired.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine but is slightly loose.  Made from 1936 to 1963.  (C&R)   Sold For 80.00

R      19.     British Enfield Model No. 4 SMLE Mark I.  Serial # E20769.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle.  25¼” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up better.  Detachable magazine.  This rifle has been cut down and altered from its original state.  The metal was painted black at one time and about 60% of that is left.  There are dings and scratches and some areas of rust.  Rear sight and front sight missing.  The stock has had the forearm cut and has been refinished.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell 3X to 9x power scope in a Williams side mount and a leather sling.  Sold For 90.00   

R      20.     Belgian Mears Arms Co. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # S459.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  30” Damascus barrels choked modified and modified with rough bores.  Barrels Marked “Laminated Steel Belgium”.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The finish on the metal has turned to a brown patina and shows some areas of rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with a lot of wear and many dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the wrist on both sides.  Original butt plate replaced.  Action works but is loose.  Not to be fired with modern ammunition.  (C&R)    Sold For 35.00

        21.     F.I.E. Model 1858 Remington.  Serial # 7887B.  .36 caliber black powder percussion single action revolver made in Italy.  6½” barrel with a very good bore.  90% of the original bluing remains on the metal with most of the wear on the cylinder and hammer.  The brass frame and trigger guard are in good condition and should polish out pretty good.  The wooden grips are in very good condition with a few small dings.  Action works fine.  Includes a wooden case with accessories.  Sold For 150.00

R      22.     Webley Model Mark VI.  Serial # 438497.  .455 Webley caliber double action revolver made in England.  6” barrel with a very rough bore.  6 shot top ejection made in 1919.  Most of the original arsenal finish on the metal is gone.  It is mostly a brown patina with some bare areas and fine rust.  The original hard rubber grips are in poor condition with wear and a missing piece on the right grip.  Action works fine.  Made from 1915 to 1928.  (C&R) Sold For 470.00

        23.     Belgian Made Model Pinfire Revolver.  Serial # NSN.  7.65mm caliber double action pinfire revolver.  3½” octagon barrel with a fair bore.  6 shot cylinder.  Folding trigger.  The finish on the metal has started to turn brown.  The barrel shows some small bare spots and some patches of rust.  The checkered wooden grip are in fair condition showing wear.  Action works fine.  Made c. mid 1850’s.  Sold For 160.00

        24.     Allen Thurber & Co. Model Standard Size Pepperbox.  Serial # 318.  .32 caliber black powder percussion double action revolving pepperbox.  3” barrels marked “Worchester” with fair bores.  Bar type hammer.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in very good condition.  There are a few small areas of flaking on the barrels and where the nipple shield meets the frame.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with only a few dings.  Action works fine.  Made c. 1847 to 1865. Sold For 340.00

R      25.     Manufacture Francaise D’Armes Model Le Francais.  Serial # 65354.  .25 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in France.  2½” tip up barrel with a fair bore.  A small .25 caliber pistol that is first loaded by tipping the barrel and then fires and loads semi automatically.  6 shot detachable magazine.  Some of the original blue finish is visible but it is mostly covered by a fine rust.  The original plastic grips are cracked and deformed and are in poor condition.  The action does not function correctly and the gun will not fire.  Made c. 1920’s.  (C&R) Sold For 70.00

        26a.   First of a lot of 2: Belgian Made Model Screw Barrel Pistol.  Serial # NSN.  .44 caliber black powder percussion single shot pistol.  3” barrel with a rough bore.  Fold down trigger.  Probably originally in the white, the metal is now a blotchy patina.  The wooden grip is in very good condition with a little wear.  Action cocks, trigger folds down, but the hammer will not lock back.  You are buying as is.

R      26b.   Second of a lot of 2: Belgian Made Model Bulldog Revolver.  Serial # 236.  .38 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2½” barrel with a very rough bore.  The metal is mostly a dark brown patina with about 10% of the original nickel finish remaining.  The checkered wooden grips are in poor condition with wear and a few missing chips.  The action does not function properly.  You are buying as is.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

        27a.   First of a lot of 3: Hopkins & Allen Model XL No. 2.  Serial # 1370.  .32 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  3” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The metal is mostly a blotchy brown patina with no original finish remaining.  The original wooden grips are in very good condition with a little wear.  The action does not work.  You are buying as is.

        27b.   Second of a lot of 3: Hopkins & Allen Model You Bet.  Serial # 760.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  The metal is almost a total brown patina with no original finish remaining.  The original wooden grips are in good condition showing some wear.  The action does not work.  You are buying as is.

        27c.   Third of a lot of 3: German Made Model Flobert Style Pistol.  Serial # 26.  6mm RF caliber single shot pistol.  10” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  70% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with some bare, rusty spots on the barrel and the frame.  The wooden grips are in fair condition and might have been refinished at on time.  Action seems to work fine. Sold For 150.00

R      28.     Hungarian Model 95 Rifle.  Serial # 2178E.  8x50Rmm caliber bolt action rifle.  30” barrel with a very rough bore.  Very little finish remains on the metal with most of it being rusty.  The stock is in poor condition with dings, scratches, gouges, and no finish.  Front sight missing.  Action works fine but the barrel has been de-milled at the chamber and the gun cannot be fired.  You are buying as is.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R      29.     Russian – C.A.I. Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant.  Serial # BE9987.  7.62x54R caliber bolt action rifle.  29” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  Made at the Tula Arsenal in 1943.  One of the many recent imports, this rifle is in good condition with most of the finish on the metal intact.  The stock has been sanded and oiled.  The action works OK but could be smoothed up a bit.  Includes a sling and bayonet.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      30.     Schmidt Rubin Model 1896/11 Rifle.  Serial # 303990.  7.5x55mm caliber straight pull bolt action rifle made in Switzerland.  30½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  This is an updated version of the 1896 rifle with changes being a new barrel, sight, and an inlet pistol grip into the straight 1896 stock.  The modification program took place between 1911 and 1920.  The metal is in good to very good condition with normal wear.  The stock and handguard are in good condition showing the usual scratches and dings from military use.  Action works fine and the numbers match, including the magazine.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

        31.     Nepalese Model Gahendra Martini.  Serial # NSN.  .577-450 caliber single shot rifle.  33” barrel with a rough bore with visible rifling.  This rifle was made in Nepal under the direction of General Gahendra Rana in the 1880's to provide Ghurka regiments with what appeared to be the latest British Military Rifle.  The metal is a dirty brown patina showing much use.  The stock and forearm are in poor condition showing large dings, missing wood, and hard use.  All parts are there and the action works fine.  Sold For 110.00

R      32.     Russian Model 1944 Mosin-Nagant.  Serial # TY6021.  7.62x54Rmm caliber bolt action rifle.  20½” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  Made in the Tula Arsenal in 1945.  The arsenal finish on the metal is in fair to good condition but is starting to rust in some spots.  The hardwood stock is in poor to fair condition with many dings, some large.  Side folding bayonet.  Some number match.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00  

        33.     German Amberg Model Gew 88 Commission Rifle.  Serial # 946F.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle made in 1891.  29½” barrel with a rough, dark bore.  This is a Turkish rework to the 88/05 pattern.  Many were imported in the 1990’s.  80% of the arsenal finish remains on the metal with some spots starting to thin and some spots turning brown.  The stock was sanded and oiled and is in good condition.  Action works fine.  Includes the cleaning rod. Sold For 180.00

        34.     Ranson Italia Model 1863 Rifle.  Serial # 1509.  .58 caliber black powder percussion rifle made in Italy.  33” barrel with a rusty bore.  This is a close copy of the U.S. Springfield Armory 1863 Civil War rifle.  There is a fine rust that covers the blue finish on the metal.  The barrel bands, nose cap, trigger guard, patchbox, and butt plate are brass and would polish up pretty good.  The hardwood stock is in good condition with a couple of dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the ramrod. Sold For 190.00

R      35.     FAUL Model The Centaur.  Serial # 5721.  16 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun made in Belgium.  26” barrels choked modified and cylinder with bores that should clean up to excellent.  They appear to be Damascus and show a black powder proof.  Should be checked before firing.  FAUL is Fabrique D’Armes Unies De Liege.  It means United Arms Factories of Liege.  They were a conglomeration of several Belgian gunmakers that came together in 1919 and went out of business in 1959.  The finish on the metal is in good condition but shows rust on the barrels, trigger guard, and butt plate.  Case colors are still visible on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and faded finish.  Double triggers and extractors only.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R)  Sold For 450.00

R      36.     Savage Arms Model 24F Predator.  Serial # F537602.  .223 Rem. caliber/12 Ga. 3” over/under combination rifle and shotgun.  24” barrels with dirty bores that should clean up better.  The shotgun barrel uses screw in chokes and comes with full, improved modified, modified, and improved cylinder chokes.  The finish on the metal is a matte black and is in 95% condition.  There are a couple of scuffs and scratches.  The black synthetic stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small scuffs.  Original sights and recoil pad.  Action works fine and gun is tight.  Includes a Bushnell Banner 1.5X to 4.5X power scope in Weaver see-through mounts.    Sold For 775.00

R      37.     Ithaca Gun Co. Lewis Model Hammerless.  Serial # 101106.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun made about 1904.  26” barrels choked full and modified with bores that should clean up better.  Barrels are marked “Nitro Powder Steel” on top.  90% of the bluing remains on the barrels with some small rust spots and wear near the breech.  The receiver shows mostly a grey patina.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with a few dings.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  This model made from about 1901 to 1906.  (C&R) Sold For 210.00

R      38.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 67 VRTK.  Serial # E676930.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses screw in chokes and comes with full, modified, and improved cylinder chokes.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few blemishes on the barrel.  I believe they could be from storage.  The camo laminated wood stock and forearm are in excellent condition and show no wear.  Recoil pad.  Action works fine and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original box, instructions, and the above mentioned chokes.  Sold For 180.00

        39a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Peerless #2.  Serial # 4165.  .32 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2¾” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The gun is fully engraved.  The metal was originally nickel plated and what remains of that finish is now dull possibly from being cleaned.  There are many areas of brown patina throughout.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works fine. 

        39b.   Second of a lot of 2: Hood Firearms Model Alert 1874.  Serial # 432.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2 1/8” barrel with a rough bore.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly bare with spots of brown patina.  The original grips are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Action works OK but the cylinder pin retaining latch needs a spring.  Sold For 140.00

R      40a.   First of a lot of 2: Meriden Firearms Co. Model Pocket Pistol.  Serial # 226640.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  3” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder with top ejection.  Very little of the original nickel finish remains on the metal.  There were some spots of heavy rust that was cleaned and metal is covered with spots of brown patina.  The original hard rubber grips are in fair condition showing normal wear.  The action does not work.  You are buying as is.  (C&R)

R      40b.   Second of a lot of 2: Harrington & Richardson Model Young America Double Action.  Serial # 137368.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  2” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  50% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with most of the wear being on the cylinder.  The blued trigger guard is now a brown patina.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  The action does not work.  The hammer and other parts are missing.  You are buying as is.  This is the first model, third variation made from 1897 to 1904.  (C&R) Sold For 35.00

R      41.     Geco Model 1919.  Serial # 118.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle made in Germany pre-WWII.  19” barrel with a rough bore.  Made by Gustav Genschow & Co., the barrel is marked “Prazisions Karabiner” which means Precision Carbine.  The metal is in good condition with the finish having mostly turned brown.  There is a cleaned rust spot on the barrel.  The receiver shows some thin areas of finish.  The stock has been sanded and refinished.  There are repairs at the wrist.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 75.00

R      42.     Mossberg Model B Trappers Special.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  22” barrel with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal has turned to a completely brown patina.  The birch stock has been refinished and is in good condition.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1930 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      43.     Winchester Model 190 Carbine.  Serial # B1751260.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  20½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  90% of the overall finish remains on the metal.  The barrel shows a few scratches, small rust spots, and muzzle wear.  The alloy receiver has scratches all over especially on the edges.  The birch stock and forearm are in fair condition with scratches, dings, and impressions.  Original butt plate and sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1967 to 1980. Sold For 100.00

        44.     F.lli Pietta Model 1858 Remington.  Serial # A3318.  .44 caliber black powder percussion revolver made in Italy.  8” octagon barrel with a rusty bore.  The overall condition of the metal is good except for the cylinder which is almost covered with heavy, pitted rust.  The hammer also shows rust.  The brass trigger guard is very good.  No grips are included.  The action seems to work OK although the trigger will sometimes not cock.  Sold For 50.00

R      45.     Harrington & Richardson Model 176.  Serial # AS253086.  10 Ga. 3½” Magnum single shot shotgun.  36” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some rust spots and a couple of dings and scratches on the barrel.  The case colored receiver shows a lot of small scratches and fine, scattered rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is loose and that needs to be fixed before firing.  Original recoil pad.  Action works fine.  Sold For 180.00

        46.     Antonio Zoli – Navy Arms Co. Model 1863 Zouave.  Serial # 27626.  .58 caliber black powder percussion rifle made in Italy.  33” barrel with a good bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The brass trigger guard, butt plate, patchbox, and nose cap would polish up pretty good.  The wooden stock is in good condition with many dings and scratches.  Both barrel bands and the ramrod are missing.  Trigger works fine.  Sold For 140.00

R      47.     Mossberg Model 144 LS.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with a very good bore.  The metal is in fair condition showing dings, scratches, and small rust spots.  7 total initials and numbers pencil engraved on the left side of barrel.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with many dings and scratches.  Original sling swivels.  Detachable magazine missing.  Lyman rear aperture sight and front sight are both missing.  Safety lever is missing and needs to be fixed before firing.  Includes a 6X power scope that is missing both caps.  Made from 1954 to 1960.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      48.     Ruger Model 10/22.  Serial # 117-03942.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  18½” barrel with a very good bore that should clean to excellent.  10 shot detachable rotary magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with some large bare spots and a fair amount of scattered rust.  The alloy receiver and trigger guard show scratches and edge wear.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with many dings, scratches, and a few deep impressions.  The front barrel band is missing.  2 sling swivel stud holes.  Original sights.  Action works fine. Sold For 160.00

R      49.     Smith-Corona Model 03-A3.  Serial # 4838943.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle.  22½” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  This rifle has been sporterized by cutting the barrel, replacing the bolt handle, replacing the sights, drilling the receiver for scope mounts, and addin g a new stock.  The metal is in good condition and has been refinished.  The walnut sporter stock is in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Stock is cracked at the wrist.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs added.  Action works OK but the safety is very hard to activate.  Must be seen by a gunsmith before firing.  Sold For 200.00

R      50.     Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless.  Serial # 60951.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in 1922.  3¾” barrel with an excellent bore.  98% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with edge wear on the top edge of the slide and a few very tiny spots of rust.  The original plastic grips are in excellent condition showing very little if any wear.  Excellent original 2 tone magazine.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  A very nice gun.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 2,200.00

        51.     Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Old Army.  Serial # 38771.  .32 RF caliber single action tip up revolver.  6” barrel with a rough bore.  6 shot cylinder.  90% plus of an old nickel refinish remains on the metal.  There is some flaking on the right side of the barrel, on the cylinder, and on the frame in various spots.  The original wooden grips are in very good condition with normal 100 plus years of wear.  Action works fine.  This was a popular Civil War sidearm manufactured c. 1861 to 1874.    Sold For 650.00

R      52.     Iver Johnson Arms 2nd Model Safety Hammerless.  Serial # 63787.  .38 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3¼” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  50% or so of the original bluing remains on the metal with most of the wear being on the sides of the frame and on the grip frame.  There are areas of fine rust scattered about.  The original hard rubber grips are in good condition showing a little wear but being faded badly.  Action works fine.  Made from 1896 to 1908 and meant to be fired with black powder cartridges.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      53.     Interarms Model Mark X.  Serial # B307480.  7mm Rem. Magnum caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean to very good.  Made for Interarms by Zastava in Yugoslavia.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with a few dings, scratches, and small rust spots.  The stock is a synthetic replacement.  It has been painted black and shows some wear.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs added.  LOP is almost 15”.  Action works fine.  Includes Weaver scope bases.   Sold For 200.00

R      54.     DWM Model 1908.  Serial # 2277B.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in Germany for Brazil.  23½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  This rifle has been sporterized.  The original barrel has been cut, rebored, and chambered for the .30-06.  The bolt handle and safety were changed.  The barreled action was refinished and is in very good condition.  The trigger guard, floor plate, and bolt shroud were not refinished and retain the matte military type finish.  The stock is a Ramline synthetic stock and is in very good condition.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs.  The bolt does not rotate fully as the stock hasn’t been fit at the bolt handle.  The safely does not work and the gun must NOT be fired before being seen by a gunsmith.  Includes Weaver scope bases.  Sold For 190.00

R      55.     Remington Model 1917.  Serial # 132469.  .300 Weatherby Magnum caliber bolt action rifle.  24” Magna-Ported barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  This rifle has been sporterized using a 1917 Enfield action.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition.  The barrel bluing is good but has some muzzle wear and fine rust.  The receiver is a blotchy brown color.  The trigger guard and floor plate are mostly bare.  The wooden stock has been painted and is in fair condition.  The cheek piece has been shaved.  Recoil pad added and LOP is 14½”.  Action works fine.  Includes Weaver scope mount bases. Sold For 160.00

R      56.     La Corona Model 98.  Serial # B158.  .270 Win. caliber bolt action rifle made in Spain.  24” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  This rifle has been sporterized.  It has been rebarreled, bolt handle and safety replaced, new trigger guard and floorplate, and a Butler Creek synthetic stock.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition with some dings, scratches, and wear marks.  The stock is in good condition showing use.  Rubber butt pad, sling swivel studs, and a Parker-Hale engraved trigger guard/floorplate.  Action works fine.  Includes scope basses and rings. Sold For 260.00

R      57.     Remington Model 1917.  Serial # 373729.  .458 Win. Magnum caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with an excellent bore.  Another sporterized rifle.  This rifle has been re-barreled with a McGowen Barrel and ported.  Williams sights have been added.  It has been re-stocked with a custom walnut stock.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition with a few dings and small rust spots.  The stock features a forearm and pistol grip cap in contrasting wood.  It also has a large cheek piece and the wood is in rough, unfinished condition.  No butt plate.  Internal magazine parts missing.  Action works but the safety does not.  Must be seen by a gunsmith before firing.    Sold For 300.00

R      58a.   First of a lot of 2: Erfurt Model KAR98.  Serial # 9621ii.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle made in Germany in 1917.  23¾” barrel with a rough bore.  This is a barreled action only.  It has been refinished and a Winchester bolt handle was added.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition with dings and some rust spots.  Action works fine.  Includes scope bases.  You are buying for parts only.    

R      58b.   Second of a lot of 2: Smith-Corona Model 03-A3.  Serial # 4841545.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle.  20½” barrel with a rough bore.  This is basically a barreled action, no bolt or other parts, and a stock.  The metal is in rough condition with rust and weld reinforcement on the rear of the receiver.  The walnut stock is in fair condition and has a recoil pad and sling swivel studs.  You are buying for parts only.  Sold For 160.00

R      59.     Browning Arms Model A-5 Light Twelve.  Serial # 3G 21078.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Belgium in 1963.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  90% of the original bluing remains on the metal with some small scratches, some small spots of rust, wear on the edges, and wear on the tangs at the wrist.  The walnut round knob stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and finish checking.  The forearm is not cracked.  The stock has been shortened and a recoil pad has been added.  LOP is 13 5/8”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)     Sold For 450.00

R      60.     Winchester Model 67.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  27” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear at the muzzle.  It has turned to a mostly brown patina.  The walnut stock is in fair to good condition with dings, some large, and scratches.  It had varnish applied at one time and a lot of that is coming off.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1934 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

R      61.     Mossberg Model 500A.  Serial # K784278.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  24” rifled barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel has rifle sights and the receiver is drilled for a scope base.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has some scratches and also a fair amount of medium size rust marks.  The alloy receiver also shows some scratches.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few dings.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.      Sold For 150.00

R      62.     Remington Model 512.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle made in 1953.  25” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  98% of a very nice refinish remains on the metal with only a few scratches on the barrel near the muzzle.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Sling swivel studs added.  Receiver drilled for a scope.  Action works fine.  Includes the scope bases.  Made from 1940 to 1962.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R      63.     Browning Arms Model Auto Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto takedown rifle made in Belgium.  19¼” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot tubular magazine in the butt stock.  The metal has been bead blasted and refinished.  99% of that finish remains.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the wrist in multiple places.  Original rear wheel sight.  Action works fine.  The tube loaders were made in Belgium from 1956 to 1974. Sold For 190.00

R      64.     Winchester Model 68.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  27” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains with a few areas of scattered rust.  The finish has started to turn to a brown patina.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Sling swivel studs have been added.  Original rear aperture sight.  Front sight replaced.  Action works fine.  Made from 1934 to 1946.  (C&R)  Sold For 170.00

R      65.     J. Stevens Arms Model 70 Visible Loader.  Serial # S970.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  20” barrel with a fair bore that could clean up a little better.  Tubular magazine.  The original finish on the metal has turned to a rusty brown patina.  There are some rough spots on the barrel and receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, some large, and scratches.  The stock has been heavily sanded.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1907 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R      66.     Remington Model 6.  Serial # 5176985.  .22 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  60% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has started to turn brown in spots and shows a few medium rust spots.  The receiver is mostly a light brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with a couple of dings and scratches.  The stock a piece of wood missing at the top butt area and is cracked at the lower wrist.  Original sights including rear peep.  Action works fine.  Made between 1902 and 1903.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      67.     J. Stevens Arms Model 16 Crack-Shot.  Serial # N0361.  .22 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that should clean up to good.  The finish on the metal has turned to a brown patina.  There are areas of fine rust and a few a little heavier.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the wrist and doesn’t fit too well where it meets the receiver at the lower tang.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1900 to 1913.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00  

R      68.     J. Stevens Arms Model 26 Crack Shot.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  18” barrel with a bore that should clean up to good.  60% of the finish remains on the barrel with some areas of light rust, some muzzle wear, and thin finish at the breech area.  The receiver is mostly bare with some spots of light brown patina.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original sights and butt plate.  Action works but lever will not lock.  Made from 1912 to 1939.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R      69.     Winchester Model 1904.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition having turned to a total brown patina.  There is light surface rust covering most of the metal.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, some large, and scratches.  The wood has been sanded and refinished and is missing a piece at the toe.  Original sights, butt plate, and trigger guard.  Action works fine.  Made from 1904 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 230.00

R      70.     Sears, Roebuck and Co. Model 102.35.  Serial # 21805K.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  24” round barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  This was made for Sears by Savage Arms and is their model 29.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in good condition.  The barrel and magazine tube show good bluing but the barrel is covered with areas of fine rust.  The receiver is starting to turn brown and has that same fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original front and rear sights.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Sold For 200.00

R      71.     Savage Arms Model Savage/Anschutz Mark 12.  Serial # D080047.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot target rifle.  26” heavy target barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Made by Anschutz in Germany and imported by Savage Arms from 1963 to 1981.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition.  The bluing is 95% but it is covered by medium size spots of rust.  The trigger guard has no finish and is bent and rusty.  The walnut target stock is in good to very good condition with a few scratches.  Sling swivel stud.  Action works fine.  Includes tip off rings and a Harris 1A bipod.  Sold For 270.00

R      72.     Ithaca Gun Co. Model 49.  Serial # NSN.  .22 WMR caliber lever action single shot rifle.  18” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  98% of the bluing remains on the barrel and faux magazine tube.  The alloy receiver is in good condition with a couple of large scratches on the left side.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few tiny dings.  They both have had more finish applied.  Original sights.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Made from 1961 to 1978. Sold For 140.00

        73.     Harrington & Richardson Model American Double Action 1st Model.  Serial # 873.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2½” octagon barrel with a rusty bore.  This is a 3rd variation made from 1888 to 1897.  Marked “The American Double Action” on the top strap.  10% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with the balance being a brown patina.  The remaining nickel is a dull silver.  The original hard rubber grips are in good condition showing slight wear.  The action works in double action mode but not in single action.  This gun was made in the black powder era and must not be fired with modern ammunition. Sold For 40.00

R      74.     Taurus Model 45-410 “The Judge”.  Serial # CU877162.  .45 Colt/.410 Ga. stainless steel double action revolver made in Brazil.  3” barrel with a very dirty bore that should clean up to excellent.  5 shot 2½” chamber.  The stainless steel is finished in a matte finish and it is in very good to excellent condition with just a cylinder ring and a few other small scuffs showing.  The soft rubber grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Fiber optic front sight.  Action works like new.   Sold For 400.00

R      75.     Savage Arms Model Mark I S.B.  Serial # 361479.  .22 RF Shot Cartridge bolt action single shot shotgun.  20¾” smooth bore barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition but it is covered with scattered areas of rust.  The checkered hardwood stock is in very good condition with just a few dings.  Original rifle sights.  Receiver grooved for scope mounts.  Action works like new. Sold For 160.00

R      76.     Remington Model 550-1.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1955.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  90% to 95% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  There are some scratches on the barrel near the muzzle and on the receiver.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with scratches, missing finish, and sling swivel stud holes.  Original butt plate is broken and missing pieces.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a soft case.  Made from 1946 to 1970.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      77.     Sig-Sauer Model 232 SL.  Serial # S262781.  .380 ACP caliber double action pistol made in Germany.  3.6” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Stainless steel slide with a black alloy frame.  The finish of the stainless steel is very good to excellent.  There are some very tiny scratches on both sides of the slide.  The black alloy frame is in excellent condition showing only a tiny mark at the nose of the frame.  The original plastic grips are in excellent condition showing no wear.  Siglite night sights.  Action works like new and gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes an MTM case and a gun lock. Sold For 450.00

R      78.     Sig-Sauer Model 232.  Serial # S287152.  .380 ACP caliber double action pistol made in Germany.  3.6” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Stainless steel slide and frame.  The finish of the stainless steel is excellent.  There are some very tiny scuffs on the slide and on the lower portion of the trigger guard.  The Hogue grips are in excellent condition showing no wear.  Siglite night sights.  Action works like new and gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original blue case, instructions, extra Sig magazine, the original plastic grips, and a gun lock. Sold For 550.00

R      79.     Colt Model 1894/1901 U.S. Army.  Serial # K9373.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver.  6” barrel with a good bore but the barrel is bulged 1½” from the muzzle.  This gun started out as a military issue revolver proofed by Rinaldo A. Carr.  The original barrel was replaced with an Official Police barrel.  The military markings and original serial number were removed from the butt of the gun.  60% of the bluing remains on the gun.  The barrel finish is very good whereas the cylinder and frame show the most wear.  The top strap has been smoothed.  The wooden grips are in fair condition showing dings, scratches, and wear.  Lanyard swivel in butt.  Action works but the cylinder release moves when cocking the gun.  Should be looked at by a gunsmith before firing. Sold For 140.00

        80.     Euroarms Model 1858 Remington.  Serial # 0487.  .44 caliber black powder single action revolver made in Italy.  8” barrel with a slightly rough bore that could clean up better.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with scratches on the frame and on the cylinder.  The brass trigger guard should polish out nicely.  The original wooden grips are in very good condition with a few small dings.  The action works but the gun will not stay cocked.  You are buying as is. Sold For 120.00

        81a.   First of a lot of 3: Mendi Model Dueling Pistol.  Serial # 11216.  .36 caliber black powder percussion single shot pistol.  10½” octagon barrel with what looks like a fair bore.  Made by Mateo Mendicute who was a gunsmith in the Basque Country of Spain.  He is no longer in business.  The metal was originally in the white and is now showing a lot of surface rust.  The breech portion of the barrel is engraved.  The wooden stock is in good condition with many little dings.  Action works OK.  Includes the ramrod. 

        81b.   Second of a lot of 3: Mendi Model Dueling Pistol.  Serial # 11218.  .36 caliber black powder percussion single shot pistol.  10½” octagon barrel with what looks like a fair bore.  This is the mate to the gun above.  As was said, it was made by Mateo Mendicute who was a gunsmith in the Basque Country of Spain.  The metal was originally in the white and is now showing a lot of surface rust.  The breech portion of the barrel is engraved.  The wooden stock is in good condition with many little dings.  Action works OK.  Includes the ramrod.  A matching pair of dueling pistols. 

        81c.   Third of a lot of 3: Hopkins & Allen Model Victoria Spur Trigger Revolver.  Serial # 11849.  .22 RF caliber single action revolver.  7¾” barrel with a rusty bore.  10% of the original nickel finish remains with the balance being a rusty brown patina.  The frame, cylinder, and a portion of the barrel are engraved.  The original hard rubber grips are in fair condition showing a couple of dings and overall wear.  The front sight is missing.  2 extra holes in the bottom of the grip frame.  The action does not work at all.  You are buying for parts only.  Sold For 110.00

R      82.     J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ Little Scout.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up OK.  The metal is in fair condition with most of the finish being a brown patina.  There are areas of medium rust scattered about.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is loose, cracked at the wrist and is missing some wood at the toe.  The action doesn’t work too well and the hammer will not stay cocked.  One of the main receiver screws has been replaced with a larger screw and nut.  You are buying as is.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00  

R      83.     Remington Model 4.  Serial # 311170.  .22 RF caliber single shot takedown rolling block boy’s rifle.  22½” octagon barrel with a slightly rough bore that could clean up a little better.  Takedown lever on the right side.  The finish on the metal is a total rough rusty brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original front and rear sights, but no rear elevator.  Original butt plate.  Action and takedown work fine.  Made from 1890 to 1933.  (C&R)   Sold For 150.00

R      84.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # A166.  .22 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  24” barrel with a rough bore.  There is no original finish left on the metal.  It is mostly a brown patina with intermittent bare spots.  A screw has been replaced in the upper tang.  The walnut stock and forearm have been sanded and refinished and are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock was cracked and repaired.  Butt plate is broken and missing a piece.  Rear sight broken.  Action works OK.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      85.     Belgian Model Flobert Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .32 RF caliber single shot rifle.  24½” heavy octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a total brown patina with some areas of medium rust.  The checkered walnut stock is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and staining.  The stock is cracked forward of the wrist and has had extra finish applied.  The butt plate is missing.  Original sights.  Action does not work.  You are buying as is.  (C&R)    Sold For 85.00

R      86.     Unknown Maker Model 98 Mauser.  Serial # NSN.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a slightly rough bore that could clean up better.  This is a German Model 98 that was sporterized years ago.  60% of a blue finish remains on the metal with some wear spots mostly on the receiver and trigger guard/floor plate areas.  It looks like the military stock was altered by slimming it down, cutting in a cheek piece, checkering the grip, and adding a Schnabel tip on the forearm.  The stock is in fair condition with dings and scratches, some large.  Military style butt plate.  Double set triggers.  European style sling swivels.  Action works OK but safety does not.  Must be seen by a gunsmith before firing.  Sold For 600.00

R      87a.   First of a lot of 2: W.H. Davenport Firearms Co. Model 1895.  Serial # 3656.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel with a slightly rough bore that could clean up better.  Takedown screw on the right side.  The finish on the metal is a total rusty brown patina.  Some of the rust is heavy.  The wooden stock and forearm are in poor condition with large dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked and loose fitting to the receiver.  A recoil pad was added and the LOP is 12½”.  Action works but is loose.  Should be seen by a gunsmith before firing.  Made until 1915.  (C&R)

R     87b.    Second of a lot of 2: Remington Model 1893.  Serial # 22119.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  28½” barrel choked modified with a slightly rough bore that could clean up better.  Hammer is cocked with a lever on the left side.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly bare with scattered spots of brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with large dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked and repaired in multiple places   Screw replace in lower tang.  Original hard rubber butt plate.  Action works OK but is very loose.  Should be seen by a gunsmith before firing.  Made from 1893 to 1903.  (C&R)    Sold For 30.00

R      88.     Italian Model 1941 Carcano.  Serial # AF7657.  6.5mm Carcano caliber bolt action rifle.  27¼” barrel with a bore that could clean up to excellent.  Most of these guns were unissued when Italy ended their involvement in WWII.  This rifle has been sporterized.  90% plus of the bluing remains on the metal with scratches on the barrel and receiver.  The original military stock has been replaced with a walnut stock from Bishop.  It is in very good condition with just a couple of marks.  Sling swivels added.  The bolt handle was changed to a swept back handle.  Original military sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 90.00

        89.     Thompson-Center Model Firehawk.  Serial # S15591.  .50 caliber black power percussion inline muzzleloading rifle.  24” barrel with a very good bore.  Stainless steel with a synthetic stock.  Ignition with a percussion cap.  The stainless steel is in good to very good condition with a few scuff marks on the barrel.  The black synthetic thumbhole stock is in good to very good condition with some small dings and some scuffs.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs.  Original sights and ramrod.  Action works fine.  Includes a silver Swift Wide Angle 3X to 9X power scope in Weaver Mounts and the original box.   Sold For 160.00

R      90.     Savage Arms Model 6A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Tubular magazine.  50% of the original bluing remains on the metal with fine scattered rust spots throughout and one huge area on the barrel that has no finish.  That area had some medium rust and has been cleaned.  A scope side mount has been added to the left side of the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock is in good condition with some dings, scratches, and blotchy finish.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Made from 1938 to 1968, checkered stock being prewar.  (C&R)  Sold For 90.00

R      91.     German Unknown Maker Model Cape Gun.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF/9mm RF Flobert calibers double barreled rifle/shotgun combination gun.  23¾” barrels with bores that should clean up to excellent.  A unique little rifle/shotgun with a .22 RF barrel and a 9mmRF Flobert shotgun barrel side by side.  Double triggers and the barrel release lever under the trigger guard.  Rifle sights.  90% plus of the bluing remains on the metal with scattered little rust spots throughout and wear at the muzzle and at the breech end of the barrels.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The forearm has wood missing where it meets the receiver.  The stock was cracked and repaired.  It does not fit the receiver well and is loose.  Small cheekpiece.  Bird’s head butt plate.  European style sling swivels.  Action is tight and functions like it should.  Includes a leather sling. Sold For 875.00

        92.     Traditions Inc. Model Kentucky Rifle.  Serial # 362909.  .50 caliber black powder flintlock rifle made in Spain.  40” octagon barrel with a very good bore.  This is a very decorative, full stock Kentucky style rifle.  Double set triggers.  The barrel measures 7/8” across the flats and is blued.  99% of that bluing remains.  The walnut stock is 1 piece and is in excellent condition with only a few tiny handling marks.  Brass nose piece, trigger guard, patchbox, and butt plate.  9 brass inlays.  Lock works fine but the set trigger doesn’t.  Includes the ramrod, a leather sling, and the original box.       Sold For 250.00

R      93.     United Arms Co. Model 45.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot boys rifle made in Germany.  20” barrel with a very good bore.  See gun #6 above.  When George Hoban closed up shop due to poor health in 1949, United Arms had the gun reproduced by a German firm.  The German gun was advertised in the Dec. 1953 American Rifleman, using a small space in a full-page United Binocular ad.  They were offered at $14.95.  Sales failed and production immediately ceased.  They are a difficult gun to find today.  The blue finish on the metal is in good condition with rust scattered throughout.  There are some scratches at the breech.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original sights but missing the rear sight adjustment screw.  Action works fine but bolt handle is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      94.     C.J. Hamilton & Son Model No. 27 “The Hamilton Rifle”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber tip up single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with a very rough bore.  For many years the Model 27 came under the provisions of the National Firearms Act of 1934 as a “short barreled rifle”.  The BATF eventually decided that the Model 27 no longer qualifies as an SBR.  All Hamilton 27’s have long since been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also sheet steel.  The metal is in fair condition with some of the original bluing but it is mostly a rusty brown patina.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and dirt.  The forearm is cracked where it meets the receiver.  Both stock and forearm are loose.  Original sights.  Action works OK but gun should not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R      95.     Remington Model 6.  Serial # S86236.  .32 RF caliber single shot rolling block boys rifle.  20” barrel with a very rough bore.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is a total rusty brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  The stock is cracked at the upper and lower tang.  Original sights including rear tang sight.  Action works OK.  Made between 1902 and 1903.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R      96.     Ernst Thalmann - SSME Model PM Makarov.  Serial # AZ3086.  9x18MM (Makarov) caliber semi auto pistol.  3½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made in East Germany in 1961.  The East German guns are considered to be one of the better made Makarovs.  8 shot detachable magazine.  Hammer drop safety.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with areas of little scuffs and marks.  The original Bakelite grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works great.  Includes an original holster.  (C&R) Sold For 525.00

R      97.     Russian – C.A.I. Model 1895 Nagant.  Serial # 41691.  7.62x38Rmm (Russian Nagant) caliber double action revolver.  4½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  Made at the Tula Arsenal in 1931.  Called a “Gas Seal” revolver because the cylinder moves forward to engage the barrel breech as the gun is cocked.  Many of these were refinished and imported into the U.S.  99% of that matte refinish remains on the metal with a few areas of slight wear.  The checkered wooden grips appear to be new.  7 shot cylinder.  Action work great.  Includes 2 boxes of ammo, box, cleaning kit, lanyard strap, holster, and a gun lock.  (C&R)   Sold For 225.00

R      98.     Underwood Model M1 Carbine.  Serial # 1419122.  .30 M1 Carbine caliber semi auto rifle made c. 1943.  18” barrel with a bore that could clean up to excellent.  The receiver, flat bolt, trigger guard, and operating slide have their original military finish.  The barrel, which is unmarked, and the bayonet lug assembly are blued.  The overall finish of the metal is very good.  The walnut stock and hand guard have been refinished and are in very good condition.  Stock marked MRG on right side.  Adjustable sights.  Lever safety.  Action works fine.  Includes a sling and a 5 round magazine.  Not a bad looking carbine.  (C&R) Sold For 725.00

R      99.     DWM Model 1908.  Serial # B1582.  7mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  20½” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up somewhat.  This is a Model 98 Mauser that was originally made for Brazil.  It has been sporterized.  The finish on the metal is fair having some rust spots and some wear and discoloration on the receiver.  The checkered walnut replacement stock is a full length Mannlicher style.  It is in very good condition with a few dings and handling marks.  Recoil pad with a LOP of 14”.  Lyman front sight and a folding leaf express style rear sight.  Action works fine.  Numbers do not match.  Sold For 190.00

R    100.     Ludwig Loewe Model 1895.  Serial # C3171.  7mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  21” barrel with a very slight rough bore that might clean up better.  This is a Mauser that was originally made for Chile and it has been sporterized.  98% of a refinish remains on the metal with a few small rust spots.  The military stock has been replaced with a fancy walnut Monte Carlo sporter stock.  The stock is in very good condition with a few dings and handling marks.  Sling swivel studs and rubber butt pad.  The bolt handle and safety have been replaced.  Action works fine.  Includes a 4X to 12X power Tasco AO scope in Weaver mounts. Sold For 300.00

R    101.     Belgian ML Model Hammerless Double.  Serial # 51792.  16 Ga. double barreled shotgun.  26¾” barrels choked full and modified with very good bores.  ML is an abbreviation for Manufacture Liegeoise D'Armes a Feu.  Double triggers and extractor only.  2 ivory beads on the barrel rib.  The finish on the barrels is a blotchy greyish color which looks like cold blue.  The receiver and trigger guard are mostly bare and are nicely engraved.  Additionally, the receiver has relief engraving where it meets the barrels.  The finely checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition showing dings and scratches from years of use.  The stock has a cheek piece and a recoil pad was installed with a LOP of 14 3/8”.  Action works fine but is a little loose.  Includes a leather sling with European type swivels.  (C&R)  Sold For 250.00

      102.     Gonic Arms Model 93.  Serial # 0003966.  .50 caliber Magnum black powder percussion inline muzzleloading rifle.  26” barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel was designed to handle heavy magnum loads using a .500 slip fit conical bullet.  Also uses a #11 percussion cap.  Blued steel barreled action with a black synthetic stock.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches and spots of rust.  The stock is in very good condition but does have a few dings.  Sling swivel studs and a fiber optic front sight.  Fully adjustable rear sight.  The action works but will not stay cocked.  The gun will need to be seen by a gunsmith before shooting.  Includes a Bushnell 1.75X to 4X power compact scope in detachable lever mounts, a specially fit cleaning rod, instructions, and loading information.  The company is no longer in business. Sold For 170.00  

R    103.     Winchester Model 70 Safari Express Left Hand.  Serial # G379070.  .375 H&H Magnum caliber left handed bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  99% of the original matte bluing remains on the metal with only a few tiny handling marks.  The checkered walnut satin finished stock is in excellent condition with only a mark at the ejection port.  Pre-64 type claw extractor.  Dual reinforced cross bolts in the stock.  Hooded front sight with an express rear sight.  Super grade style sling swivel stud in the butt with a barrel band swivel stud in the front.  Rifle has been bedded.  Action works like new.  Includes Leupold scope bases and the original owner’s manual.   Sold For 1,750.00

R    104.     Weatherby Model Mark V Lazermark Left Hand.  Serial # H170741.  7mm Weatherby Magnum caliber bolt action left handed rifle made in Japan.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  98% plus of the original bright bluing remains on the metal with the only wear being on the trigger guard and floorplate.  The oak leaf lazer carved Monte Carlo stock is in very good condition with only a couple of small dings and scratches.  Original Weatherby recoil pad.  Sling swivel studs.  Rifle has been bedded.  Action works like new.  Includes a Bushnell Sportview 3.5X to 10X power scope in Leupold mounts and the owner’s manual.    Sold For 1,100.00

R    105.     Reichswerke Erfurt Model 98 Sporter.  Serial # 1519.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  22½” barrel with an excellent bore.  The Rw.E. marked sporters were only made for a short time, 1919 to 1921.  After the 1918 armistice the German government arsenals tried to convert to civilian production to save as many jobs as possible for their workers.  After November 1918, Germany became a republic and the rifle factory in Erfurt was renamed Rw.E. "Reichswerke Erfurt”.  As they had made Model 98A carbines during WWI, they used their production line, machines and tools to make sporting rifles on these small ring M98 actions.  These Rw.E. sporters are not converted military rifles, but were factory made as sporters using the tooling and leftover parts from wartime production.  These rifles were proofed by the former military acceptance personnel and marked with the military eagle stamp, sometimes with the crown removed from the stamp.  At that time the Germans did not foresee the harsh "peace" conditions they had to sign at gunpoint.  When the so called "Versailles Peace Treaty" was enforced in late 1920, early 1921, the allied disarmament commissions forced all of these government owned gun factories to be closed down and dismantled with machines and tools handed over to other states as reparations.  The production of these Rw.E. marked sporters came to a sudden stop.  During that short time span Rw.E. made no more than 2000 such rifles.  90% plus of the bluing remains on the metal with most of the wear being on the action, floorplate, trigger guard, and butt plate.  The action and trigger guard/floorplate are engraved.  The checkered walnut stock is in good condition with dings and impressions.  Double set triggers.  Express sights.  European type sling swivels.  Claw mount scope bases installed.  Action works fine.  All numbers match except for the bolt group.  (C&R)    Sold For 1,050.00

R    106.     H. Halverscheid Model 98 Sporter.  Serial # 14525.  9x57mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle made in Germany.  23” barrel with a very good bore.  The proof marks on the left side of the receiver date the gun to 1912 or before.  The barrel is roughly half octagon and half round with a rib.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with most of it having turned to a brown patina.  The action and trigger guard/floorplate are lightly engraved.  The checkered walnut stock has been sanded and oiled and is in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Double set triggers.  Express sights.  European type sling swivels.  Claw mount scope bases installed.  Action works fine.  Aftermarket safety installed but original is included.  The assembly number is 26542 and all numbers match it.  It wouldn’t be a bad idea to have the chamber verified by a gunsmith.  (C&R) Sold For 1,050.00

R    107.     Glock Model 23 RTF2.  Serial # PFZ639.  .40 S&W caliber semi auto pistol made in Austria.  4” barrel with an excellent bore.  This is a Gen 3 version with the rough textured frame.  13 shot detachable magazine.  99% plus of the black nitride finish remains on the metal with no wear.  The polymer frame is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  The gun has a LazerMax red laser installed on the back which is easily removed if wanted.  Includes the original box, papers, loader, a gun lock, a Fobus holster, and a total of 5 -13 round magazines and 1-10 round Model 22 magazine. Sold For 475.00

R    108.     Kel-Tec Model PLR-16.  Serial # P1616.  5.56mm (.223 Rem.) caliber semi auto pistol.  9¼” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  Gas operated, adjustable sights, and a Picatinny rail on top.  Takes AR-15 detachable magazines.  The finish on the barrel is in excellent condition with little wear.  The remainder of the gun is polymer and is in excellent condition showing little to no wear.  Action works similar to an AR-15 and functions fine.  The gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes a 20 round magazine and a soft case. Sold For 425.00

R    109.     Dan Wesson Model 15.  Serial # 223287.  .357 Rem. Magnum caliber double action revolver.  2½” vent rib barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  A full size, 6 shot cylinder gun, these were noted for having an interchangeable barrel system.  99% of the original bluing remains on the metal with only 1 ding on the rights side of the barrel.  The Pachmayr rubber “Gripper” grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Red ramp, white outline adjustable sights.  Action works great.  Sold For 550.00

R    110.     Shooters Arms Mfg. – A.T.I. Model M1911 Military.  Serial # ML101962.  .45 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in the Philippines.  5” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  This is a clone of the U.S. Military Model 1911A1 with a Parkerized finish.  8 round detachable magazine.  99% plus of the grey Parkerizing remains on the metal with little wear.  The checkered wooden grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works great and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original box, papers, a Cross Breed IWB holster, and a gun lock.    Sold For 300.00

R    111.     Henry Repeating Arms Model Golden Boy.  Serial # GB065264M.  .22 WMR caliber lever action rifle.  20½” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  A classic looking lever gun with a Brasslite receiver, butt plate, and barrel band.  16 shot tubular magazine.  Buckhorn rear sight.  99% plus of the blue finish remains on the metal with no wear.  The Brasslite parts are in excellent condition with no wear.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition showing no wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original box but no papers.  Sold For 425.00

R    112.     Mossberg Model 173B.  Serial # NSN.  .410 Ga. 3” bolt action shotgun.  24” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with some scratches and large areas of rust.  The hardwood stock is in fair condition with scratches and damage to the finish.  The action does not work correctly.  The safety doesn’t work and there is extreme friction when cycling the action.  You are buying as is.  Sold For 45.00

R    113.     Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Short Rifle.  Serial # 41956.  7.7mm Japanese caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with a dirty bore that might clean up somewhat.  Made at the Tokyo Kogyo Arsenal.  Mum and writing not ground.  Aircraft rear sight and folding monopod.  The original finish is totally covered in fine rust.  The stock and forearm are in poor condition with large gouges and small dings.  The stock has been cut forward of the rear sight, possibly to ship it home.  Action is rusted and doesn’t function properly.  Looks like it was stored in a barn.  Includes the leather sling.  (C&R) Sold For 200.00

R    114.     J. Stevens Arms Model 54A.  Serial # NSN.  .410 Ga. 3” bolt action single shot shotgun.  24” barrel with a really dirty bore that might or might not clean up better.  The metal is in fair condition with some bluing showing through, but is mostly starting to rust and turn brown.  The stock has been refinished and is in good condition with some dings showing through.  Metal butt plate with an LOP of 13”.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 75.00

R    115.     Winchester Model 37.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  95% of a matte refinish remains on the metal.  There are a few rust pits visible on the barrel and one dent on the left side.  The receiver shows a couple of small scuffs.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition showing some dings, scratches, and small impressions.  There is a sling swivel stud hole in the butt stock and a recoil pad has been installed.  LOP is 14”.  Action is tight and works fine.  Made from 1936 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    116.     Western Field Model 550AD.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun.  28” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The barrel features an external screw on choke in modified.  This gun was made by Mossberg for Montgomery Ward.  The original finish is in good condition showing scratches and edge wear on the receiver and some small rust spots on the barrel.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with scratches, dings, and a few impressions.  The handguard is also cracked on the left side.  The butt plate doesn’t fit too well and the LOP is slightly under 14”.  Action works fine but is a little stiff.    Sold For 90.00

R    117.     J. Stevens Arms Model Springfield 311.  Serial # 56475.  16 Ga. double barreled shotgun.  28” barrels choked improved modified and improved cylinder with a dirty bore that could clean up OK.  The barrels actually measure about a 1/16” short and could have been cleaned up at the muzzle.  The gun has been completely refinished.  95% of the reblue remains on the barrels with some muzzle wear and some spots of scattered rust.  The receiver has turned a coppery, purple hue.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with a couple of dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked on both sides where it meets the receiver.  The butt plate is broken and the top is missing.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 80.00

R    118.     Marlin Glenfield Model 60.  Serial # 69244196.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Tubular magazine.  The bluing on the barrel is in good condition.  There is fine rust scattered over most of the surface.  The alloy receiver and trigger guard are in good condition showing edge wear and some scratches.  The hardwood stock is in fair to good condition with scratches, a couple of gouges, and finish loss.  Original sights.  Action works fine. Sold For 100.00

      119.     Thompson-Center Arms Model Hawken.  Serial # K52309.  .45 caliber black powder flintlock rifle made from a kit.  29” barrel with a rusty bore.  The lock and the barrel are completely covered in a light to medium rust.  The brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and other brass parts are dull and discolored.  The walnut stock is in good condition with just a couple of small dings.  Original sights and ramrod.  Action works fine.  This gun would be a good cleanup project for someone. Sold For 170.00

R    120.     Mossberg Model 377 Plinkster.  Serial # M11128.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  Tubular magazine in the butt stock.  95% of the bluing remains on the metal but there are many patches of light rust.  The synthetic thumbhole stock is in good condition with scratches and scuffs scattered about.  This gun came from the factory with no sights but with a Tacso 4X power .22 scope.  Sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.  Made from 1977 to 1979.  Sold For 140.00

R    121a.   First of a lot of 2: Western Arms Co. Model Single Shot.  Serial # IY586.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked cylinder with a rusty bore.  Made by J. Stevens Arms in the early 1920’s.  The surface of the metal is totally covered with a light to medium rust.  The stock is in poor condition with large dings and scratches and missing pieces of wood.  The forearm is missing.  The action works but it is not safe to fire the gun as is.  You are buying for parts only. 

R    121b.   Second of a lot of 2: Italian Carcano Model 1938 Short Rifle.  Serial # E2627.  7.35mm Carcano caliber bolt action rifle.  21” barrel with a rough bore.  Made at the Terni Arsenal in 1939.  This rifle has had the stock cut down and the handguard removed.  85% to 90% of the military finish remains on the metal.  There are scratches, small rust spots, and wear mostly on the barrel, trigger guard, and bolt.  The stock is in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Action works fine. Sold For 60.00

R    122.     Lefever Arms Model Nitro Special.  Serial #166362.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun made in 1924.  28” barrels choked full and modified with excellent bores.  Both barrels have slight dents.  Introduced in 1921 and made by the Ithaca Gun Co. who had acquired the Lefever name.  Double triggers and extractors only.  75% to 80% of the bluing remains on the metal.  The barrels show good bluing with a few thin areas while the receiver has turned brown.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition having been refinished and showing a few dings.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Includes snap caps.  (C&R) Sold For 210.00

R    123.     Springfield Armory Model 1903.  Serial # 1011231.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle.  21” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle has been sporterized.  The barreled action, trigger guard, and floorplate have been refinished and retain 95% plus of a high gloss blue.  The action has been drilled for scope mounts and a rear sight has been added to the barrel.  The bolt handle was changed to a down swept model.  The wooden sporter stock has a cheek piece and is in good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Birds head butt plate and grip cap installed.  Action works fine.  Sold For 210.00

R    124.     American Gun Co. Model Knickerbocker.  Serial # 68278.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun.  29¼” barrels choked full and cylinder with very good bores.  The left barrel is dented slightly.  Made by Crescent Firearms in the early 1900’s.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The finish on the metal is good but starting to thin.  There are some small dings and spots of rust on the barrel.  The receiver shows some traces of case color but is mostly bare or a light brown color.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm show mostly wear and a few dings.  Original butt plate but LOP is 13½”.  Make shift ghost ring sight added to the barrel.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 95.00

R    125.     J. Stevens Arms Model Springfield 311.  Serial # E81066.  20 Ga. double barreled shotgun.        27 7/8” barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent bores.  It appears that the barrels might have been trimmed a little.  Double triggers and extractors only.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some muzzle wear, a few tiny rust spots, and thinning finish on the barrels.  The receiver still shows some case colors and is in very good condition.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition with a few small dings.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 14½”.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    126.     Ross Rifle Co. Model Mark II 3*.  Serial # 5053.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle made in Canada.  27 1/8” barrel with a very good bore.  Supposedly, 20,000 of these were sold to the U.S. and the barrel was shortened by 7/8” from the original 28”.  They were also stamped on the stock with the flaming bomb and US.  This rifle is so stamped.  Unfortunately the front of the stock has been cut.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some areas being bare and worn.  The stock is missing the section forward of the rear barrel band.  The rear section of the handguard is also missing.  Otherwise, the wood is in fair condition.  Original front sight.  Original Canada Tool rear sight.  Action works fine.     Sold For 110.00

      127.     Carl Gustav Model 1867/93.  Serial # 5497.  8x58Rmm Danish Krag caliber single shot rolling block rifle.  33” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made in Sweden in 1873 and altered in 1893 to fire the above cartridge.  These were most likely intended for Grammar schools and Universities. 85% to 90% of the finish remains on the metal.  There is some muzzle wear on the barrel, wear on the barrel bands, and some rust on the trigger guard.  The receiver shows a fair amount of case colors.  Hammer and rolling block in the white.  The stock and forearm are in good condition with many small dings.  Action is tight and works great.  Original sights.  All numbers match.  Classic Swedish quality.    Sold For 550.00

      128.     British Snider Model Pattern 2**.  Serial # NSN.  .577 Snider caliber single shot rifle.  36½” barrel with a rough bore.  Jacob Snider designed a system where the Enfield rifles could be converted from muzzle loading to breech loading.  It was used from 1868 to the 1880’s.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with areas of wear mostly near the breech.  The brass butt plate, trigger guard, and nose cap are in good condition.  2 of the 3 barrel bands are replacements.  The stock is in fair condition having been sanded and refinished.  Rear sight and cleaning rod missing.  Action functions OK. Sold For 120.00

      129.     British Enfield Model Martini-Henry Mark IV.  Serial # NSN.  .577-450 MH caliber single shot lever action rifle made in 1887.  33” barrel with a rough, greasy bore.  The condition of the metal is fair with the finish being a bluish brown patina.  The stock is in fair condition being covered with many dings from years of use.  Action works fine.  The rifle needs a cleaning as it was probably packed in grease.  Includes the cleaning rod.  Sold For 220.00

      130.     Armi San Marco Model Colt 1847 Walker.  Serial # 760.  .44 caliber black powder single action revolver made in Italy in 1969.  9” barrel with a very good bore.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel shows a few small marks while the cylinder shows the typical wear near the bolt stops.  Faux case colors are good on the frame, hammer, and loading lever.  Brass trigger guard is good and should polish up OK.  Steel backstrap engraved and marked with the name “Alfred M. Quaintance”.  Wooden grips are in good condition with a few small dings.  Action works OK.  Includes a wooden presentation case, flask, bullet mold, nipple wrench, and balls.  Sold For 250.00

R    131.     Browning Arms Model BPS Magnum Field.  Serial # 25284NT192.  10 Ga. 3½” Magnum pump action shotgun made in 1996.  30” vent rib barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses Invector screw in chokes and includes a full choke.  98% of the original bluing remains on the metal with some small dings near the muzzle and elsewhere on the barrel and receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition but there are a few small dings and impressions.  Original rubber butt pad and sling swivels.  Original HiViz fiber optic front sight.  Action works fine.  Includes a camo sling.     Sold For 600.00

R    132.     Ruger Model 10/22 Standard Carbine.  Serial # 119-91519.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1980.  18½” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable rotary magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with just a few tiny rust spots near the muzzle.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with only a few scuffs at the pistol grip.  Original sights and tip off mount.  Action works great.  Includes a box and an extra magazine.  Sold For 220.00

R    133.     Remington Model 11-87 Sporting Clays.  Serial # PC401090.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in 1992.  28” vent rib light contour barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The barrel uses Rem Choke screw in chokes and includes modified, improved cylinder, and skeet chokes.  The barrel and receiver top are finished in a fine matte blue and retain 99% of that finish.  The receiver sides are polished and show a few fine scratches and tiny rust spots.  The checkered fancy walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few scuffs, tiny dings, and impressions.  Stock was, however, cracked at the lower wrist on the left side but has been repaired.  Kickeez pad with a LOP of slightly over 14”.  Action works fine.  Includes the original green case, instructions, choke tube wrench, and the above mentioned chokes.  Made from 1992 to 1999.    Sold For 450.00

R    134.     Winchester Model 94 Trapper.  Serial # 5429898.  .44 Rem. Magnum caliber lever action rifle.  16” barrel with an excellent bore.  9 shot tubular magazine.  Made pre-1992 with no cross bolt safety.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few very tiny scratches on the receiver and on the front barrel band.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with little wear.  Front sight is broken.  Rear sight is missing the elevator.  Original butt plate.  Action works like new.  Includes Weaver scope bases.  Sold For 775.00

R    135.     J. Stevens Arms Model Aristocrat.  Serial # 215614.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun.  29 1/8” barrels choked modified and modified with very good bores.  The left barrel is very slightly dented.  This model shotgun was made for Supple-Biddle Hardware Co. in Philadelphia who went out of business in the early 1920’s.  Double triggers and extractors only.  There is no original finish left on the metal.  It is either bare or turning to a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and a lot of wear.  Butt plate is missing.  Action works OK but is a little loose.  (C&R)     Sold For 80.00

R    136.     Marlin Model 1894CL Classic.  Serial CL253044.  .25-20 Win. caliber lever action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Cross bolt safety.  6 shot, 2/3 length tubular magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few tiny scuffs on the barrel and left side of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small spots of staining on each.  Original butt plate and sights.  Action works like new.  Includes a Bushnell Sportview 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  Made from 1988 to 1994.  Sold For 625.00

R    137.     Remington Model 870 Express Magnum Youth.  Serial # D395962U.  20 Ga. 3” pump action youth shotgun.  21” vent rib barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  The barrel uses Rem Choke screw in chokes and comes with a modified choke.  99% of the matte finish remains on the metal with a few small spots of discoloration on the receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with a few large scuffs on the stock.  Original butt pad.  Action works like new.  Sold For 220.00

R    138.     Carl Gustafs – C.A.I. Model 96-38.  Serial # 400138.  6.5 x 55 caliber bolt action rifle made in Sweden in 1916.  23½” barrel with an excellent bore.  This appears to be one of the 30,000 Model 1896 rifles that were shortened to the same overall length as the Model 1938 short rifles.  All number match.  Features the Metallverken Vasteras rear sight.  85% of the arsenal finish remains on the metal with the receiver being very good and the barrel and floor plate showing some thinning of the finish.  The stock and forearm are standard military finish and are in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 400.00

R    139.     J. Stevens Arms Model 26 Crack Shot.  Serial # NSN.  .32 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% plus of the original bluing remains on the barrel with a small area of wear and rust near the muzzle.  The receiver has mostly turned brown but traces of blue are visible.  Some case color is still visible on the rolling block and lever.  The stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action is tight and works fine.  Obviously wasn’t fired a lot.  Made between 1912 and 1939.  (C&R)  Sold For 220.00

R    140.     Winchester Model 92 SRC.  Serial # 970532.  .32-20 Win. caliber lever action saddle ring carbine made in 1926.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  One barrel band and one rifle style magazine tube retainer as was standard on the .32-20 Win. caliber guns.  The bluing on the barrel and magazine tube has turned almost completely brown.  There is a light to medium rust covering each for the first 6” from the muzzle.  The receiver and lever are mostly a brown patina with the receiver being bare on the top and bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some larger dings and impressions.  Original rear sight has a shim under it which is easily removed.  Front sight blade replaced.  Saddle ring is missing.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 975.00

R    141.     Remington Model 870 Express Magnum.  Serial # A239444M.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  20” smooth bore barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  99% of the factory matte grey finish remains on the metal with only a few small marks.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings and scuff marks and a finish run.  Original rifle sights and sling swivel studs.  Original butt pad.  Action works like new.  Includes a Redfield 1.75X to 5X power Widefield scope.  Sold For 220.00

R    142.     Mossberg Model Patriot.  Serial # MPR079193.  .300 Win. Magnum caliber bolt action rifle.  22” fluted barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  99% plus of the original matte blue finish remains on the metal with only a few tiny handling marks.  The walnut stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Rubber butt pad and sling swivel studs.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes a 3X to 9X power Vortex Crossfire II scope in detachable mounts and the original box and papers. Sold For 475.00

R    143.     Winchester Model 69A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  25” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable 5 shot magazine.  85% of the original bluing remains on the metal with most of the wear being on the barrel.  There are some small dings and scratches along with some larger areas of fine rust within 12” of the muzzle.  The walnut stock is in good condition with some dings and impressions.  Original Lyman aperture rear target sight.  Sling and swivels.  Action works like new.  Includes an extra 5 shot magazine.  (C&R)    Sold For 325.00

R    144.     Lefever Arms Model Nitro Special.  Serial # 292228.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun made in 1929.  26” barrels choked cylinder and cylinder with bores that should clean up to very good.  Both barrels have slight dents and have been cut.  Introduced in 1921 and made by the Ithaca Gun Co. who had acquired the Lefever name.  Double triggers and extractors only.  60% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  The barrels show dings, bare spots, and areas of scattered rust.  The receiver shows some traces of case colors but is mostly bare or turning brown.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition showing dings, scratches, and worn finish.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Includes a vintage take down case and wooden cleaning rod.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R    145.     Krieghoff – Europa Corp. Model 32.  Serial # 5382.  12 Ga. over and under shotgun.  30” barrels choked full and improved modified with excellent bores.  Single trigger and ejectors.  90% to 95% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  Most of the wear is on the bottom of the receiver and on the trigger guard.  There are some small dings on the sides of the receiver at one of the pins.  The skip checkered stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings on each.  The stock, however, has been relieved on the right side cheek for a left handed shooter.  It also has a small crack on the upper wrist on the right side.  The forearm shows some wood damage at the release lever.  Browning recoil pad installed and the LOP is 14 1/8”.  Safety is blocked.  Action is tight and works fine but lower barrel ejector does not always eject. Additional Photo  Sold For 2,050.00

R    146.     Belgian Made Neumann Bros. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 284.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  30” barrels choked modified and improved modified with dirty bores that could clean up to very good.  Barrels are marked “Belgium Laminated Steel”.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The metal is in good condition but the finish has started to turn brown.  There are some areas of rust and cold blue.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition with a few small dings.  Action and hammers seem to work fine.  Not to be fired with modern ammunition.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

R    147.     Ithaca Gun Co. Model 37R.  Serial # 767515.  20 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1960.  26” solid rib barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small wear spots on the barrel and receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with the forearm showing a few small dings.  Recoil pad installed and the LOP is 14¾”.  Safety switched to left hand.  RABAR front sight.  Action works great.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R    148.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 1237602.  16 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1950.  28” barrel choked cylinder with a dirty bore that should clean up to very good.  65% to 70% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  The barrel has a few small bare spots and the finish is thinning towards the breech.  The receiver shows edge wear, thinning on the top, and is mostly bare on the bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are replacements and are in very good condition.  A recoil pad has been added and the LOP is 14 1/8”.  Safety switched to left hand.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 200.00

R    149.     Remington Model 870 Wingmaster.  Serial # S109944V.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1969.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  75% to 80% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some small bare spots on the barrel along with a few small areas of rust.  The receiver shows some edge wear, scratches, and rust on the right side.  The stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some dings, impressions, and some very slight moisture swelling at the butt.  Original recoil pad.  Action works fine.  Sold For 290.00

R    150.     Savage Arms Model 110L.  Serial # 22823.  .243 Win. caliber left hand bolt action rifle made in 1959.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with just a few wear spots on the barrel.  The checkered walnut stock is in excellent condition and has been refinished and bedded to the barreled action.  Original metal butt plate.  Original sights.  Sling and detachable swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a vintage Weaver K10 60-B scope in Redfield mounts.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R    151.     Remington Model 760.  Serial # 485095.  .270 Win. caliber pump action rifle made in 1967.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some scratches and fine rust on the barrel and some edge wear and scratches, some large, on the receiver.  The checkered stock and forearm are in good condition with dings on both.  The stock has been refinished.  Original metal butt plate.  Original sights.  Safety switched to left hand.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling, detachable swivels, and an extra magazine.    Sold For 325.00

      152.     Remington Model New Model Army.  Serial # 131313.  .44 caliber single action black powder percussion revolver.  8” octagon barrel with a good bore.  Top of the barrel is marked “E. Remington & Sons New Model”.  There are no other markings other than a few proofs.  No original finish remains on the metal.  There are areas of fine to medium rust covering the gun.  Brass trigger guard is intact and in good condition.  The wooden grips are in fair to good condition.  Frame and barrel have the number 131313.  Frame and cylinder have the number 3662.  Hammer cocks but cylinder doesn’t rotate.  Some nipples missing.  Buyer should examine the gun in person before placing a bid. Sold For 140.00

      153.     German Model Screw Barrel Pistol.  Serial # NSN.  .69 caliber single shot black powder percussion pistol.  6” barrel with a good bore.  The bluing is in good condition but there are many areas of fine rust.  The wooden grips are in fair condition with small dings and scratches.  Action works fine. Sold For 150.00

R    154.     H&R 1871, LLC Model Handi Rifle.  Serial # CBA097038.  .223 Rem. caliber single shot rifle.  24” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  An H&R Topper type gun now being made in Ilion, NY by Remington.  98% of the bluing remains on the metal with some small scratches on the barrel.  The synthetic stock and forearm are covered with Real Tree APG camo and show no wear.  Rubber butt pad.  Sling swivel studs.  Action is tight and works fine.  Includes a Pine Ridge 3X to 12X power scope.  Sold For 210.00

R    155.     Charles Daly Model Superior Grade.  Serial # 550141.  12 Ga. over and under shotgun.  30” vent rib barrels choked full and full with excellent bores.  Made in Japan by Miroku Firearms.  Single trigger.  Automatic ejectors.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with some spots of wear on the barrels and some slight edge wear on the receiver.  The receiver also shows excellent engraving.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition showing some dings and scratches.  The stock is, however, cracked at the lower wrist on the right side.  Original rubber butt pad.  LOP is slightly less than 14¼”.  Action is tight and works fine, however, the upper barrel will not fire.  Made from 1963 to 1976.  Sold For 525.00

R    156.     Charles Harvan Model Castilian Grade.  Serial # 51174.  20 Ga. 3” double barreled shotgun made in Spain.  26” barrels choked a tight improved cylinder and modified with excellent bores.  Double triggers and extractors only.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the barrels with some wear near the muzzle and some fine rust scattered about.  The silver finished receiver is covered with a very fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some small dings.  Original butt plate.  Action is tight and works fine.  Sold For 350.00

R    157.     Marlin Model 80.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few scuffs and scratches on the barrel and receiver.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with small scratches and dings.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a Remington 3X to 9X power scope in tip off mounts.  Sold For 150.00

R    158.     Marlin Model 56.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel and some tiny rust spots scattered about, especially on the lever.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with a few small dings and some small stains in the finish.  Stock is missing the bullseye.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1955 to 1964.  (C&R Sold For 325.00

R    159a.   First of a lot of 2: Spanish Eibar Model Double Action Revolver.  Serial # 43962.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made in Spain in 1929.  4” barrel with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is a dull grey with several large spots of rust.  The wooden grips have been heavily sanded, refinished, and do not fit the frame too well.  The action works OK but the cylinder is a little loose.  Ejector rod is bent.  Should not be fired before being checked by a gunsmith.  (C&R) 

      159b.   Second of a lot of 2: Unknown Maker Model Screw Barrel Pistol.  Serial # 67732.  .44 caliber black powder single shot pistol.  3½” barrel with a rusty bore.  The finish on the barrel is a brown patina.  The brass receiver and barrel extension are in very good condition.  The wooden grip is in good condition with small dings.  Trigger does not stay cocked.  You are buying as is. Sold For 35.00

R    160.     Mossberg Model 395KB.  Serial # 929974.  12 Ga. 3” bolt action shotgun.  26” barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel features an adjustable choke system.  The metal is in good condition but is covered with small spots of rust.  The hardwood stock is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Recoil pad.  Action works OK.  This gun uses a detachable magazine which is NOT included.  Sold For 25.00

R    161.     J. Stevens Arms Model Springfield 84C.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal is a completely brown patina and is covered with a fine to medium rust.  The stock is in fair condition being covered with dark blotches and refinished.  Sling swivel stud holes in stock.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  This gun uses a detachable magazine which is NOT included. Sold For 45.00

R    162.     Marlin Model 780.  Serial # 26544602.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal is in good condition but is covered with a fine to medium rust.  The hardwood stock is in fair condition with small dings and scratches covered with a heavy coating of finish.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  This gun uses a detachable magazine which is NOT included.  Sold For 50.00

R    163.     J. Stevens Arms Model 87A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The metal is in good condition but is covered with a fine rust.  The hardwood stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and the loss of most of it’s finish.  Sling swivel in the rear, only the stud in front.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 80.00

R    164.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 67E.  Serial # E220850.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition.  85% to 90% of the bluing remains on the barrel with numerous small dings, scratches, and little rust spots.  The receiver shows 50% or so of the bluing with large bare areas and spots of rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  The stock is loose.  Original recoil pad.  Action works OK but is stiff.  Sold For 150.00

R    165.     Montgomery Ward & Co. Model Hercules.  Serial # 128 NM.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked improved modified with a bore that should clean up OK.  Made for Montgomery Ward by J. Stevens Arms.  The metal is in fair condition being covered with a fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  The stock is also cracked at the wrist.  Action is tight and works fine.  Sold For 45.00

R    166.     C.B.C. – F.I.E. Model SB.  Serial # 336486.  .410 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean up to very good.  Manufactured in Brazil by Companhia Brasileira De Cartuchos.  The metal is in fair condition but is completely covered with a fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and impressions.  The forearm is cracked at the rear.  Action is tight and works fine.  Sold For 70.00

R    167.     New England Firearms Pardner Model SBI.  Serial # NJ246972.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  25½” barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to very good.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small bare spots on the barrel and a little fine rust near the muzzle.  The receiver shows good case colors but has some very fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and some finish loss.  Action is tight and works fine.  Sold For 65.00

R    168.     Wm. Moore & Co. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 914.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  30” barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with rough bores.  Barrels marked “Steel Barrels”.  The finish on the barrels is a brown patina and there are spots of rust varying from fine to medium.  The rib in the center is lifting at the breech.  The receiver and side plates are bare with patches of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are covered with dings and scratches.  There is a piece of wood missing on the right side on the lower wrist.  The action works but the fit of the barrels to the receiver is too loose to fire the gun.  This should be a wall hanger only.  (C&R)   Sold For 60.00

R    169.     Mossberg Model 500A.  Serial # K194330.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to very good.  60% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has several bare spots where rust has been cleaned up.  There are also small spots of rust scattered about.   The alloy receiver is good but shows a number of small scratches.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with just a few small dings.  Original recoil pad.  Action works fine.  Sold For 200.00

R    170.     British Enfield Model SMLE Mark III*.  Serial # P4506.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle made in 1917.  25” barrel with a slightly rough bore that could clean up better.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition and is covered with a very fine rust.  The stock has been cut down and covered with a coat of finish.  There are various parts missing such as the sling swivels and top hand guard.  Action functions OK.  This gun uses a detachable magazine which is NOT included. Sold For 120.00

R    171.     New England Firearms Pardner Model SBI.  Serial # NA198372.  12 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  27½” barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to very good.  80% to 85% of the original finish remains on the metal with bare spots on the barrel and a fine rust scattered throughout.  The receiver shows good case colors but is covered with a fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with large dings, scratches, and some finish loss.  Action is tight and works fine.  Sold For 55.00

R    172.     Marlin Model 60.  Serial # 11210019.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some small dings on the barrel along with some small rust spots.  The alloy receiver shows some scratches and edge wear.  The hardwood stock is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.   This gun has a tubular magazine and the follower is missing and NOT included.   Sold For 45.00

      173.     BPI – New Frontier Muzzleloading Model Wind River Magnum.  Serial # 61-13-078929-03.  .50 caliber black powder percussion inline muzzleloading rifle.  25” barrel with a rusty bore that should clean up better.  Ignition with a 209 shotgun primer.  The blued metal is in very good condition but shows several small scratches scattered about.  The black synthetic stock is in very good condition with a few scuffs.  Adjustable sights.  Drilled for a scope.  Ramrod included.  Action works fine.  Sold For 60.00

R    174.     J.C. Higgins Model 103.229.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made for Sears by Marlin.  Tubular magazine.  The metal has turned to a completely brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The hardwood stock is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Butt plate is missing.  Original sights.  Receiver grooved for scope mounting.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine. Sold For 70.00

R    175.     Savage Arms Model 110E.  Serial # E942247.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Bolt is missing.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with a few small scratches and some patches of rust especially near the muzzle.  The black synthetic stock is in good condition with scuffs, some large.  Original sights and recoil pad.  Includes a sling and swivels, ammo/cheek pad, and an 8Point 3X to 9X power scope in see through mounts.  NOTE: The bolt for this gun is missing and you are buying as is.  Sold For 170.00

R    176.     C.B.C. – Mossberg Int. Model 715P.  Serial # EMJ3951443.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in Brazil.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  25 shot detachable magazine.  This is a pistol that resembles a short barreled AR-15.  It’s exterior is almost all synthetic and in very good condition with only small handling marks.  Action functions fine.  Includes the original box and an extra 25 shot magazine. Sold For 230.00

      177.     Hood Firearms Model Liberty Spur Trigger Revolver.  Serial # 693.  .22 RF caliber single action revolver.  2¼” barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  Some traces of the original finish remains but the metal has been cleaned and is mostly bare and showing rust.  The original grips are cracked and are in fair condition.  The action does not function correctly and you are buying as is.   The gun was made circa 1870’s to 1880’s and shows the Centennial inspired Washington portrait on both grips with the Union Shield.  Sold For 35.00

      178.     Merwin & Bray Model Deringer.  Serial # 445.  .32 RF caliber single shot pistol.  3 5/8” barrel with a rusted bore.  Brass frame with a barrel that pivots to the side for loading.  The barrel shows some rust with mostly a brown patina.  The brass frame is in good condition with normal wear.  The wooden grips are very good for their age.  Action works but trigger will not stay cocked.  Merwin & Bray were firearms and sporting goods dealers in New York City and these guns were believed to have been manufactured by Bacon Mfg. Co. of Norwich, Conn.  Quantities were estimated at 4,100. Sold For 130.00

      179a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Elector Spur Trigger Revolver.  Serial # 748.  .32 RF caliber single action revolver.  2½” barrel with a rusty bore.  5 shot cylinder.  Barrel marked “Elector Pat. Apr. 23 1878”.  The pistol is engraved and the original nickel finish is in very good condition with very little missing.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works but the cylinder will not always rotate.

R    179b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model American Bull Dog.  Serial # 3402.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2½” barrel with a rusty bore.  The original nickel finish is in fair condition with scratches, areas of flaking, and rust spots.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition showing little wear.  Action does not function. Sold For 50.00

R    180.     Remington Model 514.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle made in 1956.  24¾” barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with dings, scratches, wear marks, and rust.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with some larger dings, scratches, and stains.  Original butt plate and sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1948 to 1970.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R    181.     FN Model 1922.  Serial # 153419.  7.65mm (.32 ACP) caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4½” barrel with a very good bore.  This pistol features a flower stamp on the right side over-stamped with an A, which signifies German Police, American sector in post WWII Germany.  The condition of the metal is good showing the finish as a mostly a bluish brown patina.  The original grips are in good condition showing wear and a few chips.  Original FN 9 round detachable magazine.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 425.00

R    182.     FN Model 1922.  Serial # 29097.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4½” barrel with a very good bore.  This pistol was made for the Yugoslavian military and is so marked on the right side of the slide along with the crest on the top of the slide.  The slide appears to have been cleaned at some point and shows mostly a mottled brown finish.  The finish on the frame shows traces of blue but is mostly a bluish brown patina.  The original grips are in fair condition showing wear and some small chips.  Original FN 9 round detachable magazine.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R    183.     FN Model 1922.  Serial # 39157a.  7.65mm (.32 ACP) caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4½” barrel with a very good bore.  Made during the German occupation in WWII and marked with the WaA140 Waffenamt.  90% plus of the wartime finish remains on the metal with mostly wear near the muzzle.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with normal wear.   Original FN 9 round detachable magazine.  Action works fine.  (C&R)    Sold For 260.00

R    184.     FN Model 1922.  Serial # 153829.  7.65mm (.32 ACP) caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4½” Barrel with a very good bore.   Made during the German occupation in  WWII and marked with the WaA140 Waffenamt.  The pistol has been reblued and 85% of that finish remains showing some wear and spots of very fine rust.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with normal wear.   Original FN 9 round detachable magazine but not correct for the gun as it is marked 9mm.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

R    185.     FN Model P-35 Hi-Power.  Serial # 133251.  9mm Luger caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4½” barrel with a very good bore.  Made during the German occupation in WWII and marked with the WaA140 Waffenamt.  Tangent sights.  Grip frame not slotted.  60% to 65% of the original wartime finish remains with numerous spots of rust scattered about, some being cleaned, mostly on the left side.  The original wooden grips are in good condition showing normal wear.  Original WaA140 Waffenamt marked magazine.   Action works fine.  (C&R)  Additional Photo Sold For 875.00

R    186.     FN Model 1910.  Serial # 70497.  7.65mm (.32 ACP) caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  3½” barrel with a good bore.  90% of the original bluing remains with some muzzle wear and some spots of medium rust on the right side muzzle area of the slide.  The original plastic grips are in good condition with a few small chips.  The left grip is cracked at the screw.  Original 7 round magazine.  Action works fine.  (C&R)    Sold For 160.00

R    187.     Llama - Stoeger Model XV.  Serial # A02037.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in Spain.          3 5/8” barrel with an excellent bore.  Ventilated rib on the slide.  Grip safety and thumb safety.  Detachable magazine.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with mostly some high edge wear.  The original plastic grips are in very good condition with a small chip on the left grip.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box and instructions.  Sold For 325.00

R    188.     Ruger Model New Model Blackhawk.  Serial # 89-03850.  .44 Rem. Magnum caliber single action revolver.  6½” barrel with an excellent bore.  This is the 50th Anniversary Blackhawk made in 2006 only.  Marked on the top of the barrel “50 Years of .44 Magnum 1956 to 2006”.  Adjustable Micro rear sight.  99% plus of the original bluing remains with only a few tiny handling marks and a faint cylinder ring.  The original black plastic grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to be unfired.  Includes the original plastic case, instructions, and gun lock.  Sold For 525.00

R    189.     Browning Arms Model Cynergy Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades.  Serial # 02959ZW132.  12 Ga. 3½” over/under shotgun.  30” vent rib barrels with excellent, as new bores.  The barrels use the Invector Plus screw in chokes and come with skeet and modified chokes installed.  Dura-Touch finish on the camo coating, Inflex Technology recoil pad, low profile steel receiver, and ivory front and mid bead sights are some of the special features of this model.  Single trigger and ejectors.  The gun is in 99% plus condition showing no wear.  Action works likes new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes snap caps.  Sold For 1,200.00

R    190.     Beretta Model Silver Hawk Featherweight.  Serial # C40565.  12 Ga. 2¾” double barreled shotgun made in Italy in 1960.  26” barrels choked modified and improved modified with excellent bores.  Single trigger.  Extractors only.  98% plus of the original bluing remains on the barrels with some slight wear at the breach.  The silver colored receiver is in excellent condition showing little wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with a few small handling marks.  There is a small crack at the wrist on the right side where the stock meets the receiver.  KICK-EEZ recoil pad added with a LOP of 14½”.  Action is tight and works fine.  Discontinued in 1967.  (C&R) Sold For 925.00

R    191.     Churchill - Kassnar Model Windsor I.  Serial # 339046.  .410 Ga. 3” double barreled shotgun made in Spain.  26” barrels choked full and improved modified with bores that should clean up to excellent.  Double triggers.  Extractors only.  99% of the original bluing remains on the barrels with a few small handling marks.  The silver colored receiver is in excellent condition showing no wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings and impressions.  Original rubber butt pad.  Action is tight and works like new.  Sold For 675.00

R    192.     Browning Arms Model BPS Stalker.  Serial # 15502ZW121.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  26” vent rib barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses Invector Plus screw in chokes and comes with an improved cylinder choke.  99% of the original dull matte finish remains on the metal with a few small handling marks.  The black synthetic stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no wear.  Rubber butt pad.  Sling swivel studs.  Action works like new.    Sold For 290.00

R    193.     Remington Model 1889 Grade 1.  Serial # 256467.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  28” barrels choked improved modified and improved cylinder with very good bores.  The barrels are decarbonized steel.  This gun was completely redone.  The metal has been professionally reblued and shows 99% plus remaining.  One hammer has been replaced.  The stock and forearm were refinished and the checkering recut.  They are in excellent condition.  The stock has a small crack at the wrist on the right side.  Original butt plate.  Double triggers.  Extractors only.  Action works fine.  A nice looking old shotgun.  Made c. 1885 to 1909.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R    194.     Remington Model 870 Express Magnum.  Serial # A243443M.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” vent rib barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses Rem-Chokes and comes with a TruGlo very full turkey choke.  The metal on the gun has been painted black and shows wear with many scratches.  The hardwood stock and forearm have also been painted black and they show dings and scratches.   Original butt pad.  A fiber optic front sight has been glued to the rib at the muzzle.  Action works fine.  Includes a 24” rifled Slugster barrel by Mossberg also painted black to match the gun.  Sold For 180.00

R    195.     Thompson-Center Model Encore Shotgun Turkey Gun.  Serial # S86062.  12 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses screw in chokes and comes with a T-C turkey choke.  All of the gun but the receiver is covered with RealTree Hardwoods HD camo.  The camo is in excellent condition showing little wear.  The stainless steel receiver is matte finished and shows some scuffing on both sides.  Fiber optic front and rear sights.  Recoil pad and sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.  Sold For 450.00

R    196.     Romarm Cugir - C.A.I. Model 95 Carpati.  Serial # A-2819.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  3½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Made in Romania, this pistol resembles a Walther PP.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal with muzzle wear and some very small speckles of rust on the grip frame.  The plastic grips are in good condition showing a small amount of wear.  Hammer drop safety with the right side lever missing.  Action functions OK.  Includes an extra magazine.  Sold For 210.00

R    197.     Bernardelli - Sloans Sporting Goods Model Gamecock.  Serial # 143591.  12 Ga. 2¾” double barreled shotgun made in Italy in 1976.  25” barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent, as new bores.  Double triggers and extractors only.  99% of the original bluing remains on the barrels with one small scratch.  The case colored receiver is in excellent condition with no wear.  The receiver and trigger guard are lightly engraved.  The checkered walnut English style stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with a few small dings.  Original butt plate.  Action is tight and works like new.  The gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original box and manufacturing certificate.    Sold For 625.00

R    198.     Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army.  Serial # 560818.  .45 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in 1918.  5” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  The pistol has been reparkerized after a heavy polish.  90% of that finish remains.  The brown plastic grips are in excellent condition.  Flat mainspring housing, short grip safety, no finger cutout in the frame, and narrow sights.  Barrel is not original.  Aftermarket nickel plated magazine.  The gun functions OK but is loose.  The safety is not fit properly and the gun is not safe to shoot the way it is.  Includes a web belt, pouches, and a nice Sears marked brown leather “US” holster.  Sears holsters were made at Sears Saddlery in Davenport, Iowa during WWII. Sears Saddlery made leather goods and some canvas goods for the U.S. Military.  (C&R)      Sold For 575.00

R    199.     Tanfoglio – Excam Model TA22.  Serial # B76322.  .22 RF caliber single action revolver made in Italy in 1985.  4½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  95% of the black finish remains on the metal with a few scratches.  The brass colored grip frame and trigger guard are in very good condition with a few small marks.  The wooden grips are in very good condition with a few little dings.  Hammer block safety on the left side.  Action works fine.  Sold For 140.00

R    200.     H.J.S. Industries Model Frontier Four.  Serial # 1641.  .22 RF caliber four barreled derringer.  2” barrels with bores that should clean up to very good.  Stainless steel construction with black plastic grips.  Barrels slide forward for loading.  Firing pin rotates as gun is cocked.  Gun is in good condition and action works fine.  Made in Brownsville, Texas and now out of production. Sold For 190.00

R    201.     North American Arms Model Mini .22.  Serial # V29416.  .22 RF caliber single action mini revolver.  1 1/8” barrel with an excellent bore.  Stainless steel construction with laminated rosewood grips.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition showing little wear.  The grips are in excellent condition with no marks.  Action works fine.  Includes the quick release belt buckle.  Sold For 200.00

R    202.     F. Pedretti – American Arms Inc. Model Camper Special.  Serial # 207148.  20 Ga. 3” single shot folding shotgun made in Italy.  21” barrel with an excellent bore.  27” overall length.  Non-exposed hammer.  Folding design with a pistol grip only.  90% to 95% of the original matte black finish remains on the metal.  There are a few very small scratches and an area of fine scattered rust.  The hardwood pistol grip and forearm are in very good condition with a couple of small dings.  Action works fine.  Imported 1988 to 1989 only. Sold For 210.00

R    203.     C.J. Hamilton & Son Model No. 27 “The Hamilton Rifle”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber tip up single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with an excellent bore.  For many years the Model 27 came under the provisions of the National Firearms Act of 1934 as a “short barreled rifle”.  The BATF eventually decided that the Model 27 no longer qualifies as an SBR.  All Hamilton 27’s have long since been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also sheet steel.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some wear marks and areas of scattered rust on both the barrel and receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition but have been refinished.  Original sights.  Action works fine but the gun should not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    204.     Smith & Wesson Model 657-8.  Serial # CAE6390.  .41 Rem. Magnum caliber double action stainless steel revolver.  6” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up to excellent.  The stainless steel is in excellent condition with only a few small handling marks.  The original S&W marked Hogue grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Black adjustable sights.  Action works like new and the gun doesn’t appear to have been fired a lot.  Includes the original blue case, the instructions, and the warranty card. Sold For 1,000.00

R    205a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ Little Scout.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up better.  The metal is completely covered with a rusty brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition.  Both show a few dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the wrist.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R)

R    205b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ Little Scout.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up better.  This is a barrel, receiver, stock, and trigger guard only.  The metal is completely covered with a rusty brown patina.  There are some spots of medium rust.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with a few dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the wrist.  Original sights.  Action does not work.  You are buying for parts only.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R    206.     Beretta Model 1934.  Serial # G46199.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Italy c. 1943.  3½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Blank slide and Brescia proofed.  90% of the original polished finish remains on the metal.  There is some wear on the grip frame, the muzzle, and on the top of the barrel.  The original plastic grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Detachable magazine.  Lanyard loop missing on the left side.  Action works fine.  Includes a holster and an extra magazine.  This was Italy’s service weapon in WWII.  (C&R) Sold For 260.00

R    207.     Bryco Arms Jennings Model 25.  Serial # 544591.  .25 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  2½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Detachable magazine.  Chrome finish with black synthetic grips.  The chrome finish remains in very good condition with a few tiny dings and tiny rust spots on the rear grip frame.  The grips are in very good condition with slight wear on the bottom edges.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box, instructions, and an extra magazine.  Sold For 120.00

R    208.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 107B.  Serial # NSN.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun made in 1952.  30” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  85% of the original finish remains on the barrel with some small dings and areas of very fine scattered rust.  The bluing is thinning in some spots and starting to turn brown.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some small scratches and a couple of larger dings.  The painted trigger guard is missing a large amount of finish.  Action works fine.  Stock is loose at the receiver.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R    209.     Smith & Wesson Model 586.  Serial # ADD5820.  .357 Rem. Magnum caliber double action L frame revolver made in 1983.  6” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  99% of the original polished blue finish remains with only a slight cylinder ring.  The Goncalo Alves target grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Plain Patridge front sight with a white outline rear sight.  Untouched screws.  Action works fine.  Includes a wooden presentation case with a battered interior and the cleaning tools.  They don’t make them like this anymore.   Sold For 850.00

R    210.     Chinese Model SKS.  Serial # 12343780.  7.62x39MM caliber semi auto rifle.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle was made at the /26\ Jianshe Arsenal in China in 1967.  It features a short threaded barrel lug, stamped trigger housing, 2 piece gas tube, spike bayonet, swivel on the bottom of the stock, and large number font on the stock.  All numbers match.  It is in good condition for what it is, Chinese military quality.  The metal doesn’t show a lot of wear but there are some spots of very fine rust.  The stock and forearm are in good condition.  The stock has been varnished.  Includes the sling and the cleaning kit is in the stock.     Sold For 300.00

                                                                                             

 

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  1. Tray lot – Box of .45 Long Colt and 2 boxes of .410 ammunition. Sold For 60.00
  2. (2) 1975 Ned Smith PA Game Commission prints. (Whitetail and Groundhog) Sold For 55.00
  3. Tray lot – Pennsylvania Game News Magazines from 1939-1960’s. Sold For 10.00
  4. (2) 1975 Ned Smith PA Game Commission prints. (Dove and Sunset Woodcock) Sold For 25.00
  5. Daisy No. 25 pump bb gun. Sold For 70.00
  6. Sensenich Bros. mod. 70D-40 70inch propeller. Sold For 525.00
  7. Vintage Trius Trap model 64 clay bird thrower. Sold For 7.50
  8. Tray lot – Early hunting related magazines and catalogs mostly from the 50’s-60’s. Sold For 35.00
  9. Box lot – MEC shotshell reloading press parts and accessories. Sold For 55.00
  10. Pre-1964 Winchester Mod. 70 standard walnut stock and synthetic mod. 70 stock along with. Sold For 110.00
  11. Box lot – Firearm and Checkering related hardbound books. Sold For 55.00
  12. Tray lot – Table top Normandie France hand press and a Thalson shotshell reloading set. Sold For 17.50
  13. Tray lot – Antique 3pc. cleaning rods, folding knife sheaths, and US Army skeet and trap guide. Sold For 4.00
  14. Winchester orange camouflage coveralls size large. Sold For 17.50
  15. (2) Boxes of firearm and reloading related books. Sold For 45.00
  16. Tray lot – Unfinished butt stocks and forearms- some for A.H Fox Sterlingworth and Remington 572. Sold For 30.00
  17. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 55.00
  18. 1907 British Enfield long bayonet by Wilkinson with scabbard. Sold For 65.00
  19. Tray lot - (700) Rounds total of Remington .22 rimfire and high velocity ammunition. Sold For 55.00
  20. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges, primers, and brass. Sold For 45.00
  21. WWII US Military M8 Flare Pistol with a Flare. Sold For 80.00
  22. (2) Reproduction Samurai swords and scabbards. Sold For 5.00
  23. Tray lot – Ammunition including .45 ACP, .45 Win. Mag, .45 Colt, and a cartridge belt of .38 Special. Sold For 50.00
  24. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 10.00
  25. WWII Japenese Nagoya Arsenal bayonet with scabbard. Sold For 65.00
  26. Tray lot – (2) Hardbound reference books on bayonets by Janzen and Brayley. Sold For 30.00
  27. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 50.00
  28. Tray lot – Hunting and pocket knives including a novelty collectors set. Sold For 50.00
  29. WWII International Flare Co. Flare Pistol dated 1943 with Flare. Sold For 150.00
  30. Display case of over 45 military, political, and local pins and patches. Sold For 20.00
  31. Tray lot – Various ammunition including 7.7 Jap, 7.5x54 French, and others. Sold For 55.00
  32. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 7.50
  33. Daisy Red Ryder mod. 1938B limited edition bb gun. Sold For 22.50
  34. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 30.00
  35. WWI German Hebel mod. 1894 Flare Pistol. Sold For 140.00
  36. Browning Boss Tracker compound bow with attached sights, stabilizer, quiver of arrows, and a hard bow case. Sold For 100.00
  37. Display case full of (23) pocket knives- Some advertising, gold plated, and pearl handled. Sold For 25.00
  38. (2) Displays of “The American Eagle” Bowie Knives by Ronald Van Ruyckevelt. Sold For 40.00
  39. Tray lot – Various vintage holsters including US marked Jay-Pee law enforcement belt with holster, handcuffs, and whistle. Sold For 40.00
  40. Display case with (2) pellet pistols- Plainsman .175 Co2 pistol and American Classic mod. 1377 air pistol. Sold For 25.00
  41. Tray lot – Various handgun ammunition including .17 HMR, .357 Magnum, .38 Special, 9mm, .45 M1911, and others. Sold For 35.00
  42. (2) A&A Schnitzler 19th century Masonic lodge swords and scabbards. (Both missing one side of the cross arm) Sold For 20.00
  43. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 35.00
  44. (5) Collector Series Indian Art Knives in their boxes. Sold For 17.50
  45. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 5.00
  46. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges and grenades. Sold For 70.00
  47. (2) Air rifles- Daisy mod. 102 bb gun and Crosman mod. 73 bb gun. Sold For 10.00
  48. WW1 French Grivolat mod. 1918 Flare Gun. Sold For 180.00
  49. Display case containing a vintage powder horn, vintage embossed powder flask, and early miniature metal rockets. Sold For 50.00
  50. Tray lot – (8) Collector knives including Texas Toothpicks, Civil War commemorative, NRA, and others. Sold For 22.50
  51. (2) Lee Enfield bayonets- No. 9 MK1 and No. 4 MK2 bayonets. Sold For 20.00
  52. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 55.00
  53. Display case with (2) Vintage leather powder flasks, one by James Dixon & Sons. Sold For 55.00
  54. Pine 3 place hanging gun rack over 1 drawer. Sold For 30.00
  55. Tray lot – Loose shotgun shell and other cartridges. Sold For 45.00
  56. Tray lot – (4) Collector daggers- Eagle knife, short samurai, and others. Sold For 12.50
  57. (2) Pellet pistols- Benjamin Franklin mod. 132 and Crosman MK1 Target. Sold For 45.00
  58. Box lot – (4) Vintage leather cartridge belts and (3) holsters by Hunter, Clark, and others. Sold For 15.00
  59. Box lot – (5) Hardbound reference books on M1 Garand and Carbine, “The Treasury of the Gun”, and others. Sold For 40.00
  60. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges. Sold For 35.00
  61. Display case of (19) various hunting and pocket knives. Sold For 35.00
  62. (2) Hanging gun racks- 4 and 3 place gun racks. Sold For 25.00
  63. Tray lot – (6) Collector knives- Civil War, Truckers, Wildlife, Motorcycles, and others. Sold For 25.00
  64. (2) Swords- Tourist curved blade sword with scabbard made in India and a modern cavalry sword with leather scabbard. Sold For 7.50
  65. Tray lot – (9) Boxes of 12ga. shotgun shells. (Full and partially full) Sold For 40.00
  66. Tray lot – (2) Bayonets, military canteen, flashlight, holster, and a buck sheath. (AK-47 and SKS bayonets) Sold For 25.00
  67. Vintage wooden crossbow with a grouping of alloy arrows. Sold For 22.50
  68. (2) Replica swords- Franklin Mint sword of Alexander the Great and unmarked curved blade sword with ornate handle and scabbard. Sold For 20.00
  69. Walther P38 leather holster made in 1958. Sold For 20.00
  70. Early Japanese samurai sword with leather and wood scabbard. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 500.00
  71. Daisy No. 325 2-Way Target Outfit in its original box. Sold For 190.00
  72. Tray lot – Weaver rifle scope and various ammunition including .38 spl, .22 long and short, shotgun shells, and others. Sold For 35.00
  73. Daisy No. 25 pump bb gun. Sold For 15.00
  74. (4) Leather long gun cases and sleeves. Sold For 5.00
  75. Pair of Zombie Industries Training Dummies. Sold For 50.00
  76. Tray lot – AR15 collapsible stock, pistol grip, and hand guards. Sold For 45.00
  77. Tray lot – 9mm magazine, .300 Win. Mag. ammo, and shotgun shells. Sold For 25.00
  78. Tray lot – (2) Rifle scopes- Lafayette 4x15 and a 3-9x40 rifle scope. Sold For 20.00
  79. Military ammo can filled with various 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 40.00
  80. Tray lot – Percussion pistol parts, flintlock rifle missing the barrel, and Reloader 7 smokeless powder. Sold For 65.00
  81. Large aluminum hard gun case. Sold For 45.00
  82. Luger P08 9mm barrel with nazi proofings. Sold For 22.50
  83. Tray lot – (3) .45ACP Thompson 30 and 20 round magazines. Sold For 25.00
  84. Tray lot - .32-20 ammunition, Western leather holsters, and cartridge belt. Sold For 35.00
  85. (2) Plastic organizers of ammo, brass, reloading, and black powder accessories. Sold For 50.00
  86. Leupold Vari-XII 3-9x40mm rifle scope in its box. Sold For 170.00
  87. Box lot – Gun Digest and other reference books. Sold For 12.50
  88. Metal cabinet full of misc. 1911 and other gun parts and gauges. Sold For 240.00
  89. Leather western style shotgun case. Sold For 22.50
  90. Leupold Vari-XII 3-9x40mm rifle scope in its box. Sold For 140.00
  91. Tray lot – (7) Boxes of .308 Winchester Match ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  92. Box lot – Midway Tumbler with extra drum. Sold For 45.00
  93. Military ammo can filled with .38cal lead bullets, 6mm ballistic tip, and a leather holster. Sold For 45.00
  94. Large aluminum hard gun case. Sold For 25.00
  95. (2) Pellet guns- Crosman 622 Pell Clip Repeater and Sheridan “Blue Streak.” Sold For 65.00
  96. Nichols 3-10x44 wide angle rifle scope in its box. Sold For 50.00
  97. (4) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 5.00
  98. Leupold Vari-XII 4-12x40mm rifle scope in its box. Sold For 240.00
  99. Plastic hard long gun case. Sold For 10.00
  100. Group of (6) graphite fly rods by South Bend, Shakespeare, Berkley, and others. Sold For 15.00
  101. Tray lot – Mostly .30-06 brass with few .308 and .270. Sold For 25.00
  102. Tray lot – Various cased flies and line. Sold For 70.00
  103. Tray lot – Many Outers gun cleaning rods and brushes. Sold For 22.50
  104. Tray lot – (6) Spinning and casting reels by Daiwa, Olympic, Penn, and Mitchell. Sold For 22.50
  105. Bear “Kodiak Special” glass powered 66inch recurve bow and a box of arrows. Sold For 250.00
  106. (6) Boxes of PMC Heavy Field 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  107. Tray lot – Various brass including 7mm Mag, .300 Win. Mag, and .338 Win. Mag. Sold For 60.00
  108. Sears and Roebuck Co. replica centennial rifle lever action bb gun. Sold For 85.00
  109. Tray lot – Many pocket and folding knives including a hobo knife- Old Timer, Barlow, Robeson, Fairmont, an others. Sold For 45.00
  110. Group of (8) fly rods by Cortland, Vanguard, Garcia, and others. Sold For 20.00
  111. Tray lot – Assortment of archery accessories. Sold For 12.50
  112. Tray lot – Game and bird calls, calling manuals, and some early sportsmen’s patches. Sold For 30.00
  113. (10) Boxes of Winchester and Remington 12ga. heavy game loads. Sold For 60.00
  114. Tray lot – (6) Fly and spinning reels with pouches by Orvis, South Bend, Hardy, Cortland, and Daiwa. Sold For 100.00
  115. (2) Tray lots – Leather and nylon holsters, cartridge belts, and belts. Sold For 40.00
  116. Tray lot – Butt stock, forearm, and pistol grips- TC Encore butt stock and S&W pistol grips. Sold For 90.00
  117. Tray lot – Various ammunition and bullets including .35 Rem, .22 long rifle, and .454 round ball. Sold For 80.00
  118. (2) Boxes – Various gun and fishing related reference books. Sold For 25.00
  119. Group of (5) Surf and other fishing rods by Garcia, Signature, Betta, and others. Sold For 40.00
  120. (2) Boxes – Hunting apparel in Orange and Camouflage. Sold For 10.00
  121. Daisy Heddon Mod. 572 air rifle. Sold For 25.00
  122. Box lot – Herter’s shotshell reloader, bullet caster, and 12ga. wads. Sold For 15.00
  123. Box lot – (2) Machetes and a pack of US Army small rifle targets. Sold For 30.00
  124. Daisy mod. 1894 lever action bb rifle. Sold For 45.00
  125. Oak 8 place fishing rod stand. Sold For 15.00
  126. Tray lot – (5) Fly reels and (1) fly rod by Cortland, Orvis, and Sears & Roebuck. Sold For 65.00
  127. Tray lot – (6) Boxes of 12ga. shotgun shells and smokeless powder. Sold For 40.00
  128. (2) Orvis graphite fly rods in their cases. Sold For 140.00
  129. Webley “Hawk” MK III pellet gun in its original box. Sold For 80.00
  130. CVA Percussion .45cal Kentucky pistol. Sold For 70.00
  131. Box lot - .350 lead balls, lead ingots, and empty powder tins. Sold For 40.00
  132. Kentucky rifle parts including .36 cal. Green Mt. barrel, Chambers lock, Davis triggers, stock, and a stock blank. Sold For 425.00
  133. 19th century sword bayonet. Sold For 210.00
  134. Tray lot – Crosman mod. 150 pellet pistol and a sheath knife. Sold For 55.00
  135. Antique 6 round blank revolver. Sold For 40.00
  136. Soft long gun case. Sold For 5.00
  137. (3) Vintage bamboo fly rods in their cases- South Bend No. 355, Montague, and one unmarked. Sold For 110.00
  138. (4) Vintage bamboo fly rods in sleeves and cases- Montague and some unmarked. Sold For 150.00
  139. Vintage German clay bird hand thrower and a Benjamin Franklin mod. 317 pellet gun. Sold For 70.00
  140. (3) Vintage bamboo fly rods with sleeves. Sold For 75.00
  141. (3) Vintage fly rods with cases- (2) bamboo rods one by Sport King, and a Fenwick FF756. Sold For 140.00
  142. (2) Recurve bows- Colt Huntsman Hi-Power and a vintage model. Sold For 45.00
  143. Box lot – Archery accessories including arrows, quiver, and other items. Sold For 30.00
  144. PowerMaster 760 bb repeater or pellet gun with attached Weaver scope. Sold For 5.00
  145. (6) Hardbound reference books all related to Colt. Sold For 50.00
  146. Metal toolbox full of gun cleaning supplies, tools, and bluing kits. Sold For 35.00
  147. Box lot – (2) Vintage knock-down shotgun cases and many leather belts and slings. Sold For 5.00
  148. (6) Various wooden gun stocks. Sold For 10.00
  149. Tray lot – Kwik-Site see through scope mounts. Sold For 30.00
  150. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges and air rifle shot. Sold For 30.00
  151. Tray lot – (12) Spinning, casting, and fly reels. Sold For 30.00
  152. Tray lot – Black powder accessories including powder horns, powder, flasks, percussion pistol  stock, and other supplies. Sold For 40.00
  153. (2) Box lots – Gun related reference books. Sold For 30.00
  154. Tray lot – (13) Various shotgun and military rifle barrels. Sold For 15.00
  155. Tray lot – Various gun accessories including lens caps, pistol grips, speeloaders, and other parts. Sold For 50.00
  156. Tote of fired .45 cal. brass and a container of .22 brass. Sold For 40.00
  157. Tray lot – (4) Rifle scopes by Tasco and Crosman, including a Leupold Sunshade. Sold For 30.00
  158. Tray lot – Air rifle supplies including bb’s, pellets, electronic sight, and targets. Sold For 35.00
  159. Large tote full of mostly .38 cal. fired brass. Sold For 85.00
  160. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose cartridges and brass. Sold For 55.00
  161. Tray lot – Full and partially full boxes of mostly 7mm and .490 cal. bullets. Sold For 65.00
  162. (6) Various wooden gun stocks. Sold For 25.00
  163. (3) Hardbound reference books- (2) on Winchester by Williamson and Watrous. Sold For 20.00
  164. Tray lot – Misc. gun parts including revolver frames and some choke tubes. Sold For 30.00
  165. Tray lot – Fishing accessories including many lures and a tackle box full of contents. Sold For 35.00
  166. Wooden box full of vintage reloading tools, crimpers, and supplies. Sold For 50.00
  167. Tray lot – Various ammunition, bullets, and brass. Sold For 35.00
  168. (2) Vintage ammo boxes full of early reloading tools including crimpers, powder horn, bullet molds, and others. Sold For 100.00
  169. Tray lot – (4) RCBS and Lyman reloading die sets for 6mm Rem, .308 Winchester, .30-06, and .223 Rem. Sold For 50.00
  170. Tray lot – Mostly .270 spire point and 30 cal. boat tail bullets. Sold For 140.00
  171. Tray lot – (5) Pellet pistols- some appear to be complete but all as-is condition. Sold For 45.00
  172. Box lot – (8) Various shotgun butt stocks and (9) forearms. Sold For 160.00
  173. Tray lot – M1 Garand clips, brass and ammunition, butt plates, and recoil pads. Sold For 30.00
  174. Shooters accessory box full of shooting and gun cleaning supplies. Sold For 60.00
  175. (2) Boxes – Fishing and firearm related books. Sold For 30.00
  176. Tray lot – Misc. gun parts including some for an AK-47, AR-7, and M-16. Sold For 30.00
  177. Tray lot – Fishing accessories including a vintage net, fillet knife, vest, flies, and other goods. Sold For 5.00
  178. Tray lot – Various scope mounts and bases some by Weaver and Kwik Site. Sold For 30.00
  179. Tray lot – (6) Lee bullet molds. Sold For 50.00
  180. Tray lot – (10) Vintage lures including two larger musky lures. Sold For 60.00
  181. Tray lot – (4) Hardbound reference books on Winchester, Muzzle Loading Rifle, Powder Flasks, and Powder Horns. Sold For 25.00
  182. Tray lot – Various gun related tools, parts, and bore cleaner. Sold For 10.00
  183. (6) Shotgun single and double barrels. Sold For 1.00
  184. Tray lot – Various scope mounts and bases mostly by Weaver. Sold For 20.00
  185. Tote of muzzle loading bullets, supplies, and vintage reloading tools. Sold For 25.00
  186. Box lot – Variety of mostly fired brass. Sold For 50.00
  187. Tray lot – Partially full boxes of bullets including .308, .22, and others. Sold For 85.00
  188. Box lot – Mostly gun sleeves and soft cases also including a scope cover and shooters glasses. Sold For 20.00
  189. Tote of various gun stocks, forearms, and a rusty bb gun. Sold For 15.00
  190. (2) Boxes of history and hunting related reference books. Sold For 5.00
  191. Box lot – Empty cartridge cases, bore cleaners, and a skinning tool. Sold For 22.50
  192. Box lot – Fishing accessories including a tackle box with contents, waterproof boots, and waders. Sold For 15.00
  193. Striper bass wall mount. Sold For 50.00
  194. Plano tackle box with some lures. Sold For 30.00
  195. (3) Paper Mache Victor and JC Higgins Mallard duck decoys. Sold For 35.00
  196. (5) Vintage fly rods by Betta, St. Croix, and others. Sold For 55.00
  197. Early paint decorated pointer dog doorstop. Sold For 70.00
  198. (4) Plastic, rubber, and styrofoam duck decoys- Some by Victor. Sold For 5.00
  199. Tray lot – Many various lures. Sold For 30.00
  200. Tray lot – (2) Knives by Olean and WK, also tractions for your boots. Sold For 15.00
  201. Group of (6) mostly fly rods. Sold For 5.00
  202. Folding seat and (2) plastic tackle boxes. Sold For 5.00
  203. Box lot – Turkey mounted decoy, turkey call, scent, pruning tool, and others. Sold For 25.00
  204. Tray lot – Many various lures. Sold For 30.00
  205. Tray lot – Pocket containers of flies. Sold For 45.00
  206. Plastic Excalibur tackle box full lures and other fishing supplies. Sold For 40.00
  207. Tray lot – (7) Casting and trout reels by Shakespeare, South Bend, Horrocks, Martin and others. Sold For 45.00
  208. Tray lot – Various fishing supplies including reels, net, lead, plastic worms, and others. Sold For 10.00
  209. Group of (5) rods including NIB beginners fly rod and reel set. Sold For 12.50
  210. (18) M1 Carbine 15 round magazines- some loaded with ammo. Sold For 220.00
  211. Group of (3) soft long gun cases. Sold For 7.50
  212. Box lot – WWII military gear including a bayonet knife with scabbard, M1 cleaning rod, ammo belts, and others. Sold For 65.00
  213. (2) Reloading presses- RCBS JR2 loader and Pacific 007 loader. Sold For 30.00
  214. Tray lot – M1 Carbine 30 round magazines, ammunition, and bandolier. Sold For 210.00
  215. Box lot – Reloading tools including a Lyman case trimmer, Pacific scale, bullet puller, powder trickler, and others. Sold For 30.00
  216. Tray lot – Various ammunition, brass, shotgun shells, primers, and smokeless powder. Sold For 35.00
  217. Tackle box with contents including 7x57 Mauser dies, bullets, brass, and others. Sold For 60.00
  218. Horton XB-270 Pro Crossbow with attached quiver of arrows and a soft case. Sold For 140.00
  219. RCBS 7mm Weatherby Mag. reloading die set and brass. Sold For 30.00
  220. “The Block” field tip and broadhead archery target. Sold For 30.00
  221. Thomas Crowe limited edition print and frame of Wild Turkey. Sold For 45.00
  222. Mauser mod. 98 custom rifle stock. Sold For 120.00
  223. Wilhelm Goebel limited edition print and frame “To Roost and Rut”. Sold For 30.00
  224. Tray lot – (3) Penn and German reels, vintage Penn instruction manual, and rod cases. Sold For 70.00
  225. Tom Mansanarez limited edition print and frame of Elk. Sold For 40.00
  226. Group of (3) Rods including 2 attached Mitchell spinning reels. Sold For 25.00
  227. Tom Mansanarez limited edition print and frame of the Bull Elk. Sold For 40.00
  228. Crosman mod. 160 .22 cal. pellet gun. Sold For 110.00
  229. Trevor Swanson limited edition print and frame “Cold Reaches”. Sold For 45.00
  230. Box lot – Soft gun cases, Weaver scope, cleaning rods, pocket knives, and others. Sold For 30.00
  231. Tom Mansanarez limited edition print and frame “Packing In”. Sold For 45.00
  232. Tray lot – Various ammunition and some brass. Sold For 65.00
  233. Van Gilder limited edition print and frame of Elk. Sold For 25.00
  234. Box lot – Several sets of hunting apparel. Sold For 5.00
  235. Walnut Mauser mod. 98 stock. Sold For 95.00
  236. Remington mod. 870 “Special Field” 12ga. barrel with box. Sold For 100.00
  237. Browning Deluxe Bushmaster compound bow. Sold For 5.00
  238. (2) Plastic long gun cases by Gun Guard and Woodstream. Sold For 15.00
  239. Oneida Screaming Eagle compound bow. Sold For 10.00
  240. (2) Reproduction swords and scabbards. Sold For 1.00
  241. (2) Bear “Whitetail Hunter” compound bows with attached quivers and a sight. Sold For 12.50
  242. (2) Plastic Gun Guard long gun cases. Sold For 20.00
  243. Compound bow with a hard plastic bow case. Sold For 10.00
  244. Tray lot – (2) Boxes of .44 S&W Special ammunition and .41 Mag. brass. Sold For 55.00
  245. Large grouping of various fishing rods. Sold For 10.00
  246. BSA Majestic DX 6-24x44 rifle scope with original box. Sold For 40.00
  247. Tray lot – Various bullets, lead balls, shotgun shells, and 7.62 blanks. Sold For 30.00
  248. Tray lot – Yamatar 7x50 binoculars, G3 HK magazines, award pins, and other items. Sold For 15.00
  249. Simmons 8-32x44 AO rifle scope. Sold For 50.00
  250. Tray lot – Full and partially full boxes of various ammunition. Sold For 80.00
  251. Large grouping of various fishing rods. Sold For 10.00
  252. Center Point 3-9x40 rifle scope. Sold For 55.00
  253. Box lot – Gun value guides and shotgun related catalogs. Sold For 1.00
  254. Richard Sloan Pintail drake and hen print and frame. Sold For 30.00
  255. A. Rose framed painting on canvas of Mallards in flight. Sold For 5.00
  256. Guy Coheleach “Saw-Whet Owl” print and frame. Sold For 17.50
  257. Signed framed painting on canvas of a Green Wing Teal drake and hen. Sold For 10.00
  258. Limited Edition carved turkey feathers in a shadow box frame. Sold For 55.00
  259. PA Fish & Boat Commission limited edition “Smallmouth” print by George La Vanish. Sold For 5.00
  260. D. Whitlatch “Marsh Hawk” limited edition print and a Constantine Curris article. Sold For 15.00
  261. Diana mod. 34 .177 pellet gun. Sold For 110.00
  262. Tray lot – Various shotgun shells and .22 long and short ammunition. Sold For 25.00
  263. Box lot – (11) Boxes of various gauged shotgun shells. Sold For 60.00
  264. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 4.00
  265. Tray lot - .270 Winchester ammunition and brass. Sold For 30.00
  266. Daisy mod. 40 “Red Ryder” bb gun. Sold For 45.00
  267. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .243 and 8mm Mauser. Sold For 30.00
  268. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 5.00
  269. Box lot – Herter’s crow call, lead shot, gun cleaning rods, leather pouches and others. Sold For 60.00
  270. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .30-40 Krag, .25-35 Win, .30-06 SPRG, and others. Sold For 25.00
  271. Box lot – Various fired and un-fired brass. Sold For 45.00
  272. Large bag of Avery Greenhead plastic Mallard decoys. Sold For 40.00
  273. Tray lot – (4) Lee and RCBS reloading die sets and (1) Crimp die set for .30-40 Krag, .44/40, .32-20 Win, and .25-35 Win. Sold For 65.00
  274. Bucket tumbler and a large fishing net. Sold For 30.00
  275. Tray lot – Various ammunition and some brass including .223 Rem, .38-40 Win, .44-40 Win, and others. Sold For 55.00
  276. Box lot – Magazines for an AR-15, 9mm, and .380, ammunition, reloading tools, and supplies. Sold For 20.00
  277. Box lot – Various bullets for .44-40, .32-20, .30, and .25. Sold For 50.00
  278. Box lot – Various items including a skinning board, clay target thrower, wads, and lead shot. Sold For 55.00
  279. Tray lot – (3) Hardbound reference books on the Confederacy and American Revolution. Sold For 10.00
  280. Box lot – Wide variety of hunting collectables, supplies, and accessories. Sold For 10.00
  281. Box lot – (3) Hardbound references on Hunting Rifles and Shotguns, Ruger, and Great Guns. Sold For 15.00
  282. Tray lot – 25 lbs. of lead ingots. Sold For 60.00
  283. Tray lot – (3) RCBS reloading die sets for .22 Rem. Jet, .22 Hornet w/ #12 shell holder, and .32 H/R Mag. carb. set. Sold For 45.00
  284. Tray lot – (2) Scopes- Barnett crossbow scope and a Barska AR-15 scope. Sold For 25.00
  285. Box lot – Various items including walkie talkies, straw hats, ATV bar mitts, hot seat, and a seat cover. Sold For 7.50
  286. Box lot – Herters Super Mod. 3 press, Redding powder measure, and reloading tools/supplies. Sold For 15.00
  287. Tray lot – Various tools, supplies, spud sets, and a rifle scope. Sold For 25.00
  288. Tray lot – Various ammunition, brass, bullets, shot caps, and blanks. Sold For 45.00
  289. Box lot – Smokeless powder, brass, and Red-Jet bullets. Sold For 30.00
  290. Box lot – Machine gun links, (2) bayonets, scope sighter kit, and ammunition. Sold For 22.50
  291. (2) Wildview trail cams with extra batteries and power cords. Sold For 12.50
  292. Metal cabinet filled with various ammunition. Sold For 300.00
  293. Tray lot – Various vintage and modern sporting ephemera and a powder flask. Sold For 55.00
  294. Tray lot – (10) Various bullet molds. Sold For 375.00
  295. Vintage Western ammo box with gun stocks and forends. Sold For 100.00
  296. Tray lot – Vintage leather revolver holsters. Sold For 30.00
  297. (3) Wooden Western and Winchester ammo boxes. Sold For 100.00
  298. Metal filing cabinet with large amounts of gun parts, tools, and grips. Sold For 150.00
  299. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 10.00
  300. RCBS Trim Pro case trimmer. Sold For 160.00
  301. Box lot – Smokeless powder and (3) boxes of Interarms .30 cal Mauser ammunition. Sold For 25.00
  302. Box lot – Box of .270 Win bullets and 12ga. wads. Sold For 35.00
  303. Box lot – Various brass including .45 auto, .38 Special, and .300 WTHBY Mag. Sold For 80.00
  304. (2) Boxes – Firearms and gunsmith related books. Sold For 25.00
  305. Leupold VX-II 3-9x40mm rifle scope NIB. Sold For 190.00
  306. Box lot – Various brass including .357 Mag, .375 H&H Mag, and .45 Colt. Sold For 55.00
  307. Bausch & Lomb “The Discoverer” zoom telescope and a Bushnell field tripod. Sold For 65.00
  308. 1917 Enfield birds eye maple stock. Sold For 55.00
  309. Dillion Precision AT500 reloading press with powder measure, alarm, dies and press heads. Sold For 350.00
  310. Tray lot – Bullets and ammunition for .40 S&W and .375. Sold For 35.00
  311. Tray lot – Mixed ammunition and brass including 7x57 Soft Point, .38 Special +P, .357 Mag, and .45 Colt. Sold For 80.00
  312. Tray lot – Mostly full boxes of .30 cal. bullets. Sold For 140.00
  313. (4) RCBS and Dillion reloading die sets for .38-.357, .300 WTHBY Mag, .41 Mag, and .308 Win. Sold For 50.00
  314. Tray lot – Various boxed and loose shotgun shells. Sold For 35.00
  315. Box lot – 7mm Remington Mag. brass, reloading handbooks, and manuals. Sold For 60.00
  316. Tray lot – Mixed bullets including .38 and 6mm. Sold For 80.00
  317. Tray lot – Mostly .308 Win. ammunition and .270 bullets. Sold For 75.00
  318. Tray lot – Various bullets including .22 and 6mm. Sold For 95.00
  319. (4) RCBS and Lyman reloading die sets for .44 Mag, .38-.357, .380 ACP, and .30 Carb. Sold For 60.00
  320. Tray lot – (1000) Rounds of Eley practice .22RF long rifle ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  321. Tray lot – (1000) Rounds of Eley practice .22RF long rifle ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  322. Box of compound bow arrows and a tray lot of various ammunition and shotgun shells. Sold For 7.50
  323. Tray lot – (1000) Rounds of Eley practice .22RF long rifle ammunition. Sold For 100.00
  324. Tray lot – (5) Vintage casting reels by Plfueger and Shakespeare. Sold For 10.00
  325. Tray lot – (5) Vintage spinning and fly reels by Mitchell, South Bend, and JC Higgins. Sold For 10.00
  326. Tray lot – (3) Vintage saltwater reels and (1) push button reel by Sears & Roebuck, Ocean City, Regal, and Shakespeare. (All with original boxes) Sold For 35.00
  327. Tray lot – (5) Vintage saltwater reels by Ocean City, Shakespeare, Lawrence, and others. Sold For 30.00
  328. Tray lot – (7) Vintage casting and fly reels by Pflueger, Lawrence, Ocean City, and others. Sold For 25.00
  329. Bag lot – PA Game Commission patches, club member patches, and PA Game Commission stickers. (1983 River Otter and 1985 Bobcat Patches) Sold For 25.00
  330. Ruger M-77 Mark II standard rifle stock in walnut wood. Sold For 85.00
  331. Tray lot – Various fired brass including .308 Win, .30-30 Win, .38 Special, and others. Sold For 20.00
  332. Remington model 870 walnut stock and fore-end. Sold For 45.00
  333. Tray lot – (3) Gun cleaning kits by Marbles, Revelation, and Allison-Faulkner. Sold For 12.50
  334. Plastic tackle box containing a spinning reel and a grouping of lures. Sold For 20.00
  335. Box lot – (2) Cast iron grenade bookends and M20 bazooka dummy parts. Sold For 30.00
  336. Box lot – (6) Plastic Greenhead Gear Mallard decoys. Sold For 17.50
  337. Military ammo can filled with linked .50 machine gun ammunition. Sold For 220.00
  338. Box lot – Lyman tumbler, empty cartridge boxes, and gun value books. Sold For 25.00
  339. (4) Empty large metal military ammo boxes. Sold For 90.00
  340. (2) Military ammo cans full of SL .30 ammunition. (Approx. 700+ rounds) Sold For 310.00
  341. Tray lot – Various ammunition including MK7 .303 and .30-06 Springfield. Sold For 55.00
  342. Box lot – Military belts, fired brass, and a gun sleeve. Sold For 7.50
  343. Wooden flat filled with linked .50 machine gun ammo and other various ammo and brass. Sold For 180.00
  344. (5) Wooden and metal military ammo boxes and cans. Sold For 60.00
  345. Tray lot – Variety of ammunition including .45 M1911, .30-06, .308 Win, .32 S&W, and others. Sold For 85.00
  346. (6) PA resident hunter’s licenses. (1933, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1940, and 1950) Sold For 65.00
  347. (2) Whitetail deer prints and frames. Sold For 17.50
  348. Tray lot – Tin of .22 long rifle ammunition, sporting related patches, pins, and a gun lock. Sold For 20.00
  349. Tray lot – (3) Classic Arms kits for a Pepperbox, Elgin Cutlass, and a Duck Foot. Sold For 110.00
  350. (2) Framed prints of Wolves and Pheasants. Sold For 22.50
  351. Box lot – Various sporting related accessories including Bushnell binoculars, Selsi spotting scope, speed loaders, hanging gun cradles, and other items. Sold For 25.00
  352. Box lot – (2) Pellet pistols, gun cleaning kit, and gun cradles. Sold For 20.00
  353. (2) Framed prints of Whitetail and Mule deer. Sold For 30.00
  354. (2) Box lots – Mostly Shooter’s Bible references and other books. Sold For 1.00
  355. (2) Boxes – (4) WWII Naval blue uniform tunics and army combat shirts and pants. Sold For 12.50
  356. WWII era brown footlocker. Sold For 50.00
  357. Box lot – Various items including a gas mask, handcuffs, pistol grips, soft handgun case, and others. Sold For 45.00
  358. WWII era green footlocker. Sold For 25.00
  359. Large flat of various fired brass. Sold For 240.00
  360. Tray lot – Mostly gun cleaning kits, rods, knives, and other hunting related items. Sold For 10.00
  361. (3) Bronzed plaster western cowboy statues signed Largo. Sold For 50.00
  362. Tray lot – Reloading bullets, some brass and primers. Sold For 85.00
  363. Box lot – Sids cowboy hat, other western hats, belts, and a pheasant decanter. Sold For 1.00
  364. Tray lot – (20) Boxes of .270 Win. fired brass. Sold For 45.00
  365. Bucket and a cooler filled with lead shot. Sold For 75.00
  366. (3) Framed hunting and game related prints. Sold For 75.00
  367. (11) Various fishing rods and reels. Sold For 22.50
  368. Box lot – Mostly fired brass, some primers, and empty plastic cartridge boxes. Sold For 80.00
  369. Tray lot – Variety of bullets, primers, and misc. gun parts. Sold For 75.00
  370. (5) Wooden carved decoys- Canvasback, Loon, Pintail, and others. Sold For 55.00
  371. Large tote of hunting and military related clothing and bandoleers. Sold For 25.00
  372. Tray lot – (3) Target throwers, machete, gun cleaning rod, bullet mold, and other items. Sold For 1.00
  373. Box lot – Mostly fishing related items including a tackle box, net, spooling station, and apparel. Sold For 22.50
  374. Box lot – (3) Soft gun cases, camping lanterns, and frying pans. Sold For 7.50
  375. (7) Various fishing rods and reels. Sold For 20.00
  376. Box lot – Hunting, trapping, and scouting related books and catalogs. Sold For 7.50
  377. Tray lot- Various fishing lures and spinners. Sold For 10.00
  378. (2) Vintage ammo boxes full of mixed fired brass. Sold For 75.00
  379. Tray lot – Ceramic duck decoys, horse carving, and other decoratives. Sold For 4.00
  380. Tray lot – (5) Starters pistols and .22 blanks. Sold For 20.00
  381. Box lot – Mostly archery and hunting related accessories. Sold For 1.00
  382. Large tote of Pacific 12ga. wads and a display case of 12ga. shells. Sold For 10.00
  383. Tray lot – Various fishing accessories including reels, tackle case of lures, and others. Sold For 7.50
  384. Box lot – Reloading accessories including a powder measure, reloading scale, primer feed, and others. Sold For 20.00
  385. Box lot – Fishing and reloading related books. Sold For 5.00
  386. Vintage ammo box and a bucket full of various brass, primers, and some bullets. Sold For 100.00
  387. (4) Buckets – Mostly 12ga. shotgun shell casings, some 20ga. casings, and wads. Sold For 5.00
  388. Tray lot – Various ammunition with some brass and shotgun shells. Sold For 20.00
  389. Tray lot – Various bullets including 7mm, 6mm, .40, .44, .45, and others. Sold For 30.00
  390. (4) Buckets – Mostly all 12ga. shotgun shell casings Sold For 5.00
  391. Box lot – Various gun related supplies including cleaning patches, stock finishing kit, fillet knives, parts bin, and others. Sold For 20.00
  392. Tray lot – Gun cleaning kits, rods, pocket knives, and other accessories. Sold For 25.00
  393. Tote of various ammunition including 7.62x39mm, .308 Win, .30-06 Springfield, and others. Sold For 80.00
  394. Box lot – (3) Air rifle scopes and various reloading tools and accessories Sold For 12.50
  395. Wooden case with (3) shotgun and rifle barrels along with (4) wooden shipping crates. Sold For 25.00
  396. Chest and tray lot of various loose cartridges. Sold For 120.00
  397. Tray lot – (3) Winchester and Remington collector knife sets. (9 knives total) Sold For 20.00
  398. 1863 Springfield civil war bayonet with a leather scabbard. Sold For 70.00
  399. Tray lot – Mostly John Deere collector tins and knives along with a repro dragon dagger. Sold For 20.00
  400. (2) Paintball guns- Viewloader Triad series and PT Extreme all with extra accessories. Sold For 35.00
  401. (2) Early swords- Pioneer style double edge and a jousting lance. Sold For 50.00
  402. Display case with a Spanish M1913 Long Mauser bayonet with the scabbard. Sold For 35.00
  403. Box lot – Trail Cam, Display cases, and firearm related books. Sold For 35.00
  404. Tray lot – Iver Johnson Arms starters pistol, bullets, and lead balls. Sold For 17.50
  405. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .32-40 Win, .300 WSM, 7,62X54R, and others. Sold For 55.00
  406. Tray lot – Variety of loose vintage shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  407. Tray lot – Various ammunition and shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  408. Box lot – Military duffle bags, ammo pouches, SKS magazine, artillery shell, and a pellet gun. Sold For 45.00
  409. Box lot – (6) Early machetes and a rusted percussion rifle barrel. Sold For 17.50
  410. (2) Large artillery shells- One identified as “USS Independence 1942 Forward Deck Gunner”. Sold For 160.00
Total Sold - $79,216.50

 

 

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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.