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June 25, 2016 -- 9 AM

 

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R      1.       Winchester Model 50.  Serial # 87674.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in 1957.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few scuffs and small scratches but mostly just high edge wear on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and a few small cracks on the forearm.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 230.00

R        2.     Marlin Model 336SC Sporting Carbine.  Serial # P28544.  .35 Rem. caliber lever action rifle made in 1957.  20” barrel with a bore that could clean up to excellent.  2/3rd length magazine tube.  75% of the original finish remains on the metal with small dings and scratches and heavy carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some small scratches and one larger gouge on the right side butt.  Original sights but front hood missing.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell Banner 1.5X to 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  (C&R)   Sold For 475.00

R        3.     Remington Model 760ADL Five Diamond.  Serial # 412671.  .308 Win. caliber pump action rifle made in 1963.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Detachable magazine.  75% to 80% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some small scuffs on the barrel and some larger ones on the receiver along with some carry wear.  There are small spots of fine rust scattered over all of the metal.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  There is a large piece of wood missing on the right side of the forearm.  Original aluminum butt plate.  Original grip cap.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a 3X to 9X power scope in Weaver flip mounts, a sling, and an extra magazine.  Made from 1953 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R        4.     Remington Model 760 Gamemaster.  Serial # 58141.  .30-06 caliber pump action rifle made in 1952.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Detachable magazine.  80% to 85% of the original finish remains on the metal with some small dings and scuffs and some carry wear on the bottom of the receiver.  There are some fine rust spots scattered over the metal.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings, scratches, and dirt.  The stock has a sling swivel stud hole.  Original aluminum butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a Weaver K3 scope in Weaver flip mounts and 3 extra magazines.  Made from 1952 to 1980.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R        5      Chinese Model SKS.  Serial # 10102165.  7.62x39MM caliber semi auto rifle.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle was made at the /26\ Jianshe Arsenal in China in 1965 and has no importer’s markings.  All numbers match although the number on the stock is not legible.  The metal is in poor condition being covered with a brown patina/fine rust.  The stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and a lot dirt.  The gun is complete except for the cleaning rod.  Action works OK.  Includes the cleaning kit which is in the stock.  (C&R)  Sold For 270.00

R        6.     Browning Model Auto-5 Magnum Twenty.  Serial # 73X 50504.  20 Ga. 3” semi auto shotgun made in Belgium in 1973.  25” vent rib barrel choked cylinder with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The barrel has been cut approximately 3”.  75% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some scuff marks on the barrel and some dings and heavy carry wear on the receiver.  The checkered walnut round knob stock and forearm are in fair condition with some small dings and scratches and a few areas of finish loss.  The stock was broken at the toe and repaired.  The forearm does not match as far as color and may be a later replacement.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Includes an extra 28” vent rib full choked Japanese made barrel in fair to good condition. Sold For 500.00

R        7.     Browning Model Auto-5 Light Twelve.  Serial # L8426.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Belgium in 1954.  22½” matted rib barrel choked cylinder with an excellent bore.  The barrel has been cut back.  90% to 95% of a reblue remains on the metal with a few small dings.  The checkered walnut round knob stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  The forearm does not match as far as color.  A recoil pad has been added and LOP is 14½”.  Action works fine.  Includes an extra 28” vent rib modified choked Japanese made barrel in good condition.  (C&R) Sold For 475.00

R        8.     Marlin Model Golden 39-A Mountie.  Serial # S23934.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle made c. 1958 to 1959.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  Almost all of the blue is there but it is covered with areas of fine rust and dirt.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with only a few small dings.  Original butt plate but the white spacer has deteriorated.  Bullseye in stock is missing.  Original sights but the front is missing the hood.  Original sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Made from 1957 to 1972.  (C&R) Sold For 475.00

R        9.     Winchester Model 1200.  Serial # L637409.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun.  28” plain barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Overall, the gun is in fair to good condition.  The metal is covered with small dings, fine scratches, and areas of fine, scattered rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and some finish loss.  Original recoil pad.  Action works OK.  Includes a sling and an extra 22” deer slug barrel with rifle sights in fair condition.  Sold For 220.00

R      10a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model American Bulldog 2nd Model.  Serial # 5552.  .38 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2½” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  80% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with areas of rust and flaking.  The original hard rubber grips are in good condition with a few dings.  Action works OK.  Made from 1885 to 1899.  (C&R)

R      10b.   Second of a lot of 2: Rohm Model RG10.  Serial # 99577.  .22 RF Short caliber double action revolver made in Germany.  6” barrel with a bore that appears OK.  Overall, the gun is in poor to fair condition.  The metal is covered with spots of medium rust.  The grips are missing along with the firing pin.  Action works OK.  Sold For 10.00

R      11a.   First of a lot of 3: Kolb Model Baby Hammerless New Model.  Serial # 582.  .22 RF Short caliber double action folding trigger revolver.  1¼” barrel with a rusty bore.  6 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish is in fair condition with spots of medium rust.  The original hard rubber grips are in good condition with normal wear.  The trigger is missing and the action does not work.  (C&R)

R      11b.   Second of a lot of 3: Hopkins & Allen Model X.L. Double Action.  Serial # 6500.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2¼” barrel with a rusty bore.  Very little of the original nickel finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly a brown patina.  The original hard rubber grips are in poor condition with wear and a missing chip.  The action does not work.  (C&R)

        11c.   Third of a lot of 3: Bacon Arms Model Pioneer Spur Trigger Revolver.  Serial # 894.  .32 S&W caliber single action revolver.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly bare and a brown patina.  The original hard rubber grips are in fair condition with moderate wear.  The action does not work properly.  Sold For 10.00

R      12.     Colt Model Cobra (First Issue).  Serial # B75177.  .38 Special caliber double action revolver made in 1971.  2” barrel with an excellent bore.  This model is similar to a Detective Special only with an alloy frame.  6 shot cylinder.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel shows a tiny bit of muzzle wear while the alloy receiver shows edge wear on the front and rear and also on the trigger guard and grip frame.  The cylinder shows wear on the front edge.  The original checkered walnut grips are in fair condition with wear.  Action works OK.  Made from 1950 to 1972.  Includes a soft gun case.    Sold For 500.00

R      13.     Colt Model .380 Government Model Series 80.  Serial # RS28331.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  3¼” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  7 shot detachable magazine.  This gun is made of stainless steel and the finish is in fair condition.  There are a lot of scuffs and fine scratches over the entire surface.  The black plastic grips are in fair condition showing moderate wear.  Action works fine.  Made from 1989 to 1997.  Includes an extra Colt magazine. Sold For 425.00

R      14.     CZ Model 27.  Serial # 26689.  .32 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Czechoslovakia.  3¾” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made during the German occupation and marked on the top of the slide “Bohmische Waffenfabrik A.G. in Prag”.  Barrel is Nazi proofed.  The gun has been nickel plated and the metal is in excellent condition.  The original grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Action works fine.  (C&R)   Sold For 310.00

R      15.     Mauser Model 1914.  Serial # 230444.  .32 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Germany.  3½” barrel with a very good bore.  Detachable magazine.  60% of the original finish remains on the metal with large areas of wear and some small rust spots.  The wooden grips are in fair condition showing heavy wear and extra finish.  Action works fine.  Made from 1914 to 1934.  (C&R) Sold For 290.00

R      16.     AMT Model 380 Backup.  Serial # D10580.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  2½” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  This is a subcompact pistol made of stainless steel.  5 shot detachable magazine.  The finish of the stainless steel is in good condition.  It is covered with scuffs and fine scratches.  The black plastic grips are in fair condition with moderate wear.  Action works fine.  Includes an extra magazine and an IWB holster. Sold For 250.00

        17.     Witloe Precision Inc. Model Lee 44.  Serial # 5.  .44 caliber black powder percussion revolver.  8” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  This is a copy of a Remington New Model Army revolver that was made in Collingdale, PA.  Supposedly a very close copy with the screws entering the frame from the right being the only feature to distinguish it from an original.  Made in very limited numbers.  The gun is in good condition.  The barrel is mostly bare with areas of grey patina.  The bronze frame would polish out nicely.  Some bluing remains on the cylinder.  The plastic stag type grips are in good condition.  All of the nipples are missing.  Action works OK.  Includes a leather flap holster.  Additional Photo Sold For 350.00

R      18.     Winchester Model 70.  Serial # G1072708.  .25-06 Rem. caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are blotches of dirt and dried grease that should clean off.  The checkered walnut stock is in very good condition with a few small dings and should clean up just the same.  Original butt plate.  Original sights but the front is missing the hood.  Action works fine.  Includes a sling and a Weaver KT10 Micro-Trac scope in Weaver mounts. Sold For 475.00

R      19.     Mossberg Model New Haven 600ET.  Serial # G868702.  .410 Ga. pump action shotgun.  26” plain barrel choked full with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  90% plus of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some small scuffs on the barrel along with some tiny rust spots.  The alloy receiver shows a few small scratches on both sides along with some edge wear on the front and at the ejection port.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with just a couple of small dings.  Action works fine. Sold For 230.00

R      20.     Unknown Maker Model 98.  Serial # NSN.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  This is a sporterized Mauser that features a spoon bolt and double set triggers.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition.  There are spots of wear on the barrel and some very tiny rust spots on both the barrel and receiver.  The floor plate and trigger guard are lightly engraved and show bare spots and fine rust.  The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock is in very good condition with only a few scratches and dings.  Cheek piece on the left side.  2 silver inlays.  Recoil pad with a LOP of 13¾”.  European type sling swivels.  Claw mount on barrel.  Action works fine.  Includes a Leupold M8 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  Sold For 400.00

R      21.     Page-Lewis Arms Co. Model B Sharpshooter.  Serial # 6093.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  24” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up better.  Irwin Page and George S. Lewis were officers of the J. Stevens Arms Company and their employment was "downsized" when Savage took over Stevens.  They promptly founded the Page-Lewis Arms Co. in Chicopee, MA in 1921.  The company did OK and at least held its own in the marketplace, but Page died unexpectedly in 1924. The company went downhill after that and soon after it was sold to Savage.  The gun was reblued and 90% to 95% of that remains.  There are areas of dirt and fine rust on the receiver and lever.  The stock and forearm have also been refinished and are in very good condition with a few small dings and dirt.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R)      Sold For 120.00

R      22a.   First of a lot of 2: Ward’s Western Field Model 33.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  24” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  Made for Ward’s by Noble Firearms.  The metal is in fair condition with small dings, scuffs, and spots of rust.  The stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Butt plate not original.  Tubular magazine but magazine tube follower is missing.  Barrel is loose in receiver.  Action works OK.          

R      22b.   Second of a lot of 2: Springfield Armory Model 1899 Krag.  Serial # 226531.  .30-40 Krag caliber bolt action rifle.  20½” barrel with an unknown bore.  This rifle was sporterized and is not in firing condition.  The bolt is locked and can’t be opened.  The metal has areas of fine rust scattered about.  The stock has been shaped but needs to be finished.  The receiver has extra holes drilled into it.  Action fires but will not open.  Sold For 160.00

R      23.     Savage Arms Model 99.  Serial # 633189.  .250 Savage caliber lever action rifle made in 1952.  24” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  50% to 60% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has small scuffs and bare areas while the receiver is mostly bare with carry wear.  Some case colors are visible on the lever.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and areas of wear.  Original butt plate.  Sling swivel in stock.  Original sights.  Receiver not drilled for a scope.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 550.00

R      24.     Winchester Model 1892 SRC.  Serial # 817364.  .44 Rem. Magnum (see below) caliber lever action saddle ring carbine made in 1916.  18” barrel with a bore that should clean up to pretty good.  This rifle has been modified from it’s original state.  The barrel has been shortened and the barrel band modified.  The stock and forearm are replacements by Fajen.  The metal has been reblued and retains most of that refinish.  There are scuffs and scratches on the barrel while the receiver has dirt and fine rust spots.    The walnut replacement wood is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Lyman 66A peep sight and front sight installed.  Tang drilled for tang sight.  Action works fine.  Caution must be taken as this gun will chamber a .44 Rem. Mag. cartridge and not a .44-40 Win. cartridge.  The gun was converted from .44-40 Win. to .44 Rem. Magnum and is faintly marked “44 Magnum” on the barrel.  It should be checked by a gunsmith before firing.   (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 450.00

R      25.     Japanese Model Arisaka Type 99.  Serial # 1932.  7.7mm Japanese caliber bolt action rifle.  21½” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  Made at the Tokyo Kogyo Arsenal.  This rifle has been sporterized.  The metal is in fair condition with bare spots, small spots of rust, and larger areas of rust as well.  The mum has been ground.  The Fajen walnut sporter stock is in very good condition with little wear.  Lyman front sight.  No rear sight.  Action works OK.  Sold For 120.00

R      26.     Yugoslavian Model 98.  Serial # R38.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  23” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  This is one of the many German rifles captured by Yugoslav forces after the war and refurbished by them.  This rifle has been sporterized.  The metal is in good condition showing wear and spots of rust.  The bolt handle has been replaced.  The crest has been ground away.  The military stock has been cut and refinished.  Lyman front sight.  William’s rear sight.  Action works OK.  Sold For 190.00

R      27.     J. Stevens Arms Model 26 Crackshot.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  18” barrel with a slightly rough bore.  The surface of the metal is covered with a rusty brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are covered with dings and scratches and have been refinished.  The stock is cracked at the wrist.  Original sights.  Ring missing from takedown stud.  Action works OK.  Made from 1912 to 1939.  (C&R)  Sold For 160.00

R      28.     Winchester Model 60.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  23” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  10% to 15% of the original bluing remains on the metal with the balance being either a brown patina or bare.  The walnut stock has been refinished and is in good condition with a few small dings.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1931 to 1934.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      29.     Winchester Model 77.  Serial # 83918.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  Detachable magazine.  None of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are areas that have been cleaned and are bare and other areas which are a brownish patina, probably cold blue.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and tiny holes.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1955 to 1962.  (C&R)    Sold For 120.00

R      30.     Winchester Model 67A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  27” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some areas of fine rust scattered about.  The walnut stock is in good condition with some dings, scratches, and slight loss of finish.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1934 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 140.00

R      31.     Springfield Armory – C.A.I. Model M1 Garand.  Serial # 3258734.  .30-06 caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with a very good bore.  Made November of 1944 and in very good condition.  The metal has been reparkerized and most of that arsenal type finish remains.  A black Ramline synthetic stock and forearms replace the original wooden pieces.  Most parts are Springfield while the bolt is Winchester and the trigger housing is H&R.  Original configuration and complete.  Action works fine.  (C&R)    Sold For 450.00

R      32.     Harrington & Richardson Model 330.  Serial # AH239295.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1971.  Built using a Belgian made FN action.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a couple of large rust spots on the barrel and some wear on the alloy trigger guard.  The walnut stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Original butt plate.  Front and rear sights missing.  Action works fine.  Includes a padded sling and a Redfield Tracker 3X to 9X power scope in Weaver mounts.  Made from 1968 to 1972.    Sold For 450.00

        33.     Investarms – Cabelas Model Hawken Rifle.  Serial # 406401.  .50 caliber black powder percussion rifle made in Italy.  29” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  99% of the original finish remains on the barrel with only a few minor spots of discoloration.  The walnut stock is in excellent condition showing almost no wear.  The brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box, and forearm tip are in very good condition and would polish out nicely.  Original sights and ramrod.  Action works OK.  Includes a fancy scabbard type leather case.  Sold For 170.00

R      34.     Browning Model A-5 Light Twelve.  Serial # 6G 29121.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Belgium in 1966.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with dings and scratches on both the barrel and receiver.  The receiver also shows some slight carry wear on the top and bottom.  The checkered walnut round knob stock and forearm are in good condition showing dings, scratches, and finish checking.  Original butt plate.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine. Sold For 675.00

R      35.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2284154.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1957.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are little dings and scratches on the barrel and receiver.  The receiver also has some small spots of rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with a few small scratches and some finish loss.  Extra finish was applied to both.  Original front sight, hood, and rear sight.  Recoil pad added but stock not cut.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R      36.     Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster.  Serial # 7493970.  .30-06 caliber semi auto rifle made in 1974.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some scratches near the muzzle and some large areas of scratches and small spots of rust on both sides of the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Recoil pad added and LOP is 13 7/8”.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Includes a leather sling and swivels, a Harris 1A2 Ultralight bipod, and a Redfield Tracker 2X to 7X power scope in Redfield mounts.  Sold For 325.00

R      37.     Harrington & Richardson Model Safety Hammer Double Action 2nd Model.  Serial # 1877.  .44 Webley caliber double action revolver.  2½” octagon barrel with a rusty bore that might clean up better.  Patented spurless hammer.  50% to 60% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal.  There is flaking on both sides of the frame along with large areas of rust on the cylinder.  The hard rubber grips are in good condition but the left grip is chipped.  Action works OK.  Made from 1904 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 30.00

R      38.     Meridian Firearms Model Worlds Challenge Ejector.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  32” barrel choked modified with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is covered with spots of fine rust.  Small amounts of bluing are visible on the barrel while the receiver is mostly a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock has 2 small cracks at the wrist on the top and bottom.  Action works OK but barrel fit is slightly loose.  (C&R)   Sold For 10.00

R      39.     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 poor condition with some of the original bluing but it is mostly a fine to medium rusty brown patina.  There is some heavy rust and some large dents towards the muzzle.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings and a mostly thin finish.  The forearm is cracked where it meets the receiver and the stock is cracked at the wrist.  Both stock and forearm are loose.  Butt plate missing.  Original sights.  Action works OK but gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

R      40.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2545707.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1962.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  One of the last of the pre-64 Model 94’s.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with a few scuffs and a couple of tiny spots of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some areas of scratches and slight finish loss.  Original sights.  Action works like new.  Sling swivels and sling added.  Includes a vintage Weaver scope in a Weaver side mount.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R      41.     Ithaca Gun Co. Model 37.  Serial # 677363.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1957.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with only some small scratches on the top of the barrel and on the top of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with a few scratches.  Original butt plate.  RABAR front sight.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R      42.     Harrington & Richardson Model 58 Topper.  Serial # AP230170.  12 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  28” barrel with an excellent bore.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with a few scuffs on the barrel and some very tiny spots of rust scattered over the gun.  Vivid case colors remain on the receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with a few scratches.  There are initials carved on the left side of the stock.  Action works fine. Sold For 95.00

R      43.     Hopkins & Allen Model Junior No. 922.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22½” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a mottled grey/brown patina.  The walnut forearm is in very good condition with a few small marks.  The walnut stock has been sanded and has some dings and scratches.  It is cracked at the wrist.  Original sights but the rear is missing the elevator.  The extractor is also missing.  Action works but the hammer will not stay at full cock.  Made from 1890 to 1915.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R      44.     Iver Johnson Second Model Safety Automatic Hammer.  Serial # 4294.  .38 S&W caliber double action revolver.  3¼” barrel with a rough bore.  This gun came from the factory with a numbers matching Bourne Knuckleduster attached to the grip.  85% to 90% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal.  The frame shows some scratches and flaking on both sides while the cylinder shows some of the same.  Some of the nickel finish is worn on the lower end of the knuckleduster.  The original hard rubber grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Action works OK.  Includes a vintage flap holster.  Made from 1896 to 1908.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R      45.     Kolb Model 1910 Baby Hammerless.  Serial # 633.  .22 RF Short caliber double action folding trigger revolver.  1¼” barrel with a slightly dark bore.  90% to 95% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal.  There are a few tiny dings on the surface along with some discoloration at the loading port.  The hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  The action works but the trigger will not return.  (C&R)  Sold For 60.00

        46.     French/Belgian Model 1853/67 Conversion.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  33½” barrel with a rough bore.  This is a Snider style conversion of an 1853 French Military musket and often referred to as a “Zulu”.  Originally a percussion muzzle loader, most were converted to breech loading about 1867 for use in the Franco-Prussian war (1870 to 1871).  After the war, most of the converted muskets were sold to Belgian arms dealers who converted them to 12 gauge shotguns by boring out the barrels and sporterizing the stock. Many were sold to westward bound settlers by Sears as well as suppliers like Schuyler, Hartley & Graham.  Top of barrel marked “MODOC”.  The finish on the metal is mostly a mottled grey/brown patina with a surface that is rough in some areas.  The stock is in good condition with some cracks.  Action works OK but the firing pin is missing.  Sold For 50.00

R      47.     Hunter Arms Co. Model Fulton.  Serial # 139188.  12 Ga. double barreled shotgun made in 1934.  30” barrels choked modified and full with excellent bores.  Double triggers and extractors only.  80% to 85% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has some dings and small scratches and some areas where the finish is beginning to thin.  The receiver shows good case colors and carry wear on the bottom.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  There is a little bit of wood damage at the top tang.  Original butt plate.  Action is tight and works fine.  Includes a slip on recoil pad, some old shells, and the original box.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R      48.     Smith & Wesson Model 629-4 Mountain Gun.  Serial # BSW3682.  .44 Magnum caliber double action revolver made c. 1993, 1994.  4” tapered barrel with an excellent bore.  This all stainless steel gun is in excellent condition with the only wear being scratches on the bottom of the trigger guard and a cylinder ring.  Case hardened hammer and trigger.  The original Hogue grips are in excellent condition.  Adjustable sights.  Barrel has been Magna-Ported.  Action works fine.  Includes the original blue case, instructions, and a set of Pachmayr Gripper grips. Sold For 750.00

R      49.     Ruger Model Bisley Vaquero.  Serial # 56-63738.  .44 Magnum caliber single action revolver made in 1997.  5½” barrel with an excellent bore.  98% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with only a cylinder ring showing as wear.  The faux case colored frame is excellent showing little, if any, wear.  The original walnut grips are in excellent condition.  Action works fine.  Discontinued in 2004.  Includes the original grey plastic case, instructions, and a lock. Sold For 525.00

R      50.     Colt Model Commander (Pre-70 Series).  Serial # 29212-LW.  .38 Super caliber semi auto pistol made in 1952.  4¼” barrel with an excellent bore.  Steel slide with a lightweight alloy frame and mainspring housing.  80% to 85% of the original bluing remains on the slide with some small scratches and dings, wear marks, muzzle wear, and small spots of rust.  The alloy frame has been lightly engraved and is in good condition.  Alloy mainspring housing high edges were polished.  The fancy metal grips are marked “10K” and may have been gold plated.  Original Colt magazine.  Action works fine.  Includes a large plastic carrying case.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R)  Additional Photo Sold For 1,850.00

R      51.     Smith & Wesson Model 10-5.  Serial # D495089.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made c. 1972, 1973.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  Fixed sights.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel shows some scratches and muzzle wear.  The cylinder shows a little bit of surface wear while the frame has a couple of scratches along with initials, numbers, and a date scratched on the left side.  Excellent case colors on the hammer and trigger.  The original square butt grips are in good condition with scratches, dings, and a small chip.  Action works fine. Sold For 350.00

R      52.     Smith & Wesson Model 640-1.  Serial # BUD0152.  .357 Magnum caliber double action revolver.  2” barrel with an excellent bore.  This is an all stainless steel hammerless J frame revolver.  The stainless is in very good condition but does show some small scratches and wear marks.  The original grips have been replaced by Pachmayr Gripper rubber grips.  No key lock in action.  Action is tight and works fine. Sold For 450.00

R      53.     Ruger Model GP100.  Serial # 170-03015.  .357 Magnum caliber double action revolver made in 1986, the 1st year of production.  4” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  98% of the original bluing remains on the metal with a few tiny scratches on the left side of the barrel and a cylinder ring.  The original rubber grips with the Goncalo Alves inserts are in very good condition with little wear.  Adjustable white outline rear sight with an interchangeable yellow plastic front sight.  Action works like new.     Sold For 475.00

R      54.     Ruger Model 10/22 Standard Carbine.  Serial # 178365.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1968.  18½” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable rotary magazine.  60% to 70% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are many fine to medium rust spots on the barrel along with some edge wear on the receiver and trigger guard.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 160.00

R      55.     Golden State Arms Santa Fe Model 1944.  Serial # AP 10852.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  This is a British Lee-Enfield rifle that was sporterized by Golden State Arms.  They went out of business in the late 1960’s.  5 shot detachable magazine.  The bluing on the metal is in good condition with some scratches and small spots of rust scattered about.  The sporterized stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and a large crack on the comb.  Original Santa Fe rubber butt pad and sights.  Sling swivel studs missing.  Action works fine. Sold For 160.00

R      56.     Savage Arms Model 3.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with some wear spots and small spots of rust scattered about.  The wooden stock is in good condition with some dings and scratches.  NRA Junior Rifle Corp. token imbedded in pistol grip.  Large brass sling swivels installed.  Rear sight removed.  Globe front sight and Lyman rear peep sight installed.  Action works OK.  Made from 1933 to 1952.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

R      57.     J. Stevens Arms Model Springfield 83.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal is in fair condition with large areas of light to medium rust on the barrel and the receiver being a brown patina.  The walnut stock has been sanded and is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and missing chips of wood.  Front and rear sights present.  Trigger guard missing.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 30.00

        58.     Belgian Made Model Percussion Fowler.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. single shot black powder percussion shotgun.  35” half octagon/half round barrel with a rusty bore.  The metal is in good condition with a mostly brown patina.  The lock, tang section, trigger guard, and butt plate are engraved.  The checkered walnut stock is in good to very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Original ramrod.  Action works OK.  Also includes a Thompson-Center Hawken stock and flintlock in fair condition. Sold For 250.00

R      59.     Smith & Wesson Model 1917 U.S. Army.  Serial # 77242.  .45 ACP caliber double action revolver.  5½” barrel with an excellent bore.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are small dings, scratches, and bare spots scattered about along with some muzzle wear.  The walnut grips are in fair condition with many little dings.  Flaming bomb and S7 proofs on left side of frame.  “United States Property” on the underside of barrel.  Good screws.  Excellent lanyard ring.  Good case colors on hammer and trigger.  Action is tight and works fine.  Made from 1919 to 1946.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R)    Additional Photo Sold For 650.00

R      60.     Fabrique-Nationale Model 1900.  Serial # 592414.  .32 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Belgium.  4” barrel with a very good bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Designed by John Browning in 1896 and it was the first Browning design to be made by FN.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with just some muzzle wear and a few very tiny rust spots scattered about.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with minimal wear.  Original FN magazine.  Action works great.  Made from 1900 to 1911.  Includes a leather pouch that fits perfectly.  (C&R)  Sold For 775.00

R      61.     Finish – C.A.I. Model 1939 Short Rifle.  Serial # 68402.  7.62x54Rmm caliber bolt action rifle.  27” barrel with a very good bore.  Built on a Mosin-Nagant action and made in 1944 at the VKT Arsenal.  95% of the arsenal type refinish remains on the metal.  The refinished stock and forearm are in fair condition with many dings and scratches.  Action works fine.  Rifle is complete including sling.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R      62.     Lithgow Model SMLE No. 1 Mk III.  Serial # 12161-43069.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle.  27” barrel with a good bore.  Made in 1916 in Australia.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The metal is in good condition with much of the arsenal type finish remaining.  The stock and forearm are in good condition having been refinished.  The stock has been repaired in a couple of different spots.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 220.00

R      63.     Iver Johnson Model Target Sealed 8.  Serial # M19699.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  6” round barrel with an excellent bore.  8 shot cylinder.  80% of the original finish remains on the metal with the most wear being at the muzzle area and on the cylinder.  The checkered walnut oversized grips are in very good condition with just a few marks, especially at the base.  Action works OK.  Made from 1947 to 1954. (C&R)  Sold For 130.00   

        64a.   First of a lot of 5: U.S. Pistol Co. Model Spur Trigger Revolver.  Serial # 930.  .22 RF Short caliber single action revolver.  2¼” barrel with a rusted bore.  30% to 35% of the original nickel finish remains with areas of finish loss and rust.  Side plate scratched.  The replacement wooden grips are in fair condition and don’t fit too well.  Action works OK but the cylinder is a little loose.  Not to be fired with modern ammo.

R      64b.   Second of a lot of 5: Harrington & Richardson Model Young America First Model.  Serial # 264.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2” octagon barrel with a rusty bore.  60% to 70% of the original nickel finish remains with dings and areas of rust and flaking.  Cylinder base pin is broken off.  The hard rubber grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Action works but cylinder will sometimes not rotate.  Made from 1897 to 1904.  Not to be fired with modern ammo.  (C&R)

R      64c.   Third of a lot of 5: Hopkins & Allen Model Safety Police.  Serial # G1622.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rusty bore.  30% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with areas of flaking and rust scattered over the entire surface.  The hard rubber grips are in poor condition with a large chip missing from the left grip.  Action works but is very sluggish.  Made from 1908 to 1917.  Not to be fired with modern ammo.  (C&R)

R      64d.   Fourth of a lot of 5: Hopkins & Allen Model Forehand Folding Hammer.  Serial # 17237.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rusty bore.  30% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with areas of rust and flaking scattered over the entire surface.  The hard rubber grips are in good condition with normal wear.  The action is frozen and does not work.  Made from 1899 to 1907.  (C&R)

R      64e.   Fifth of a lot of 5: Meriden Firearms Co. Model Top Eject.  Serial # 214107.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rusty bore.  None of the original finish remains on the metal.  It has been cleaned and brushed and is bare.  Top of frame has been brazed.  Gun is apart and some pieces are included.  Made from 1905 to 1918.  (C&R)    Sold For 35.00

R      65.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 86C.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The metal is in poor condition being completely covered with a fine to medium rusty brown patina.  Some of the chrome plating has flaked off of the bolt.  The wooden stock is in poor condition with many dings, scratches, and missing finish.  It is also cracked at the upper wrist.  Original sights and butt plate.  Action works OK.  (C&R)  Sold For 65.00

R      66.     Harrington & Richardson Model 676.  Serial # AS36859.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  12” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal.  There is a little bit of muzzle wear and some very fine rust spots scattered about.  The faux case colors on the frame are very good.  The 1 piece wooden grips are in very good condition with a few dings.  The action seems to work OK in double action but not in single action.  Made from 1975 to 1980.  Includes a leather Hunter holster.  Sold For 275.00

R      67.     Davis Industries Model DM-22.  Serial # 063013.  .22 WMR caliber O/U derringer.  2½” barrels with very good bores.  99% of the original chrome finish remains with little visible wear, just some dried oil.  The wooden grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Push button safety.  Action works fine.  Discontinued in 2001.  Includes the original box and papers.  Sold For 120.00

R      68.     Heritage Manufacturing Model Rough Rider.  Serial # L53474.  .22 RF caliber single action revolver made in the USA.  6½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  99% of the finish remains on the metal with no visible wear.  The wooden grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original box, papers, and a gun lock.   Sold For 120.00

R      69.     Taurus Model 66.  Serial # 5153541.  .357 Magnum caliber double action revolver made in Brazil.  6” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  This gun is finished in a satin nickel finish.  The finish is in excellent condition with only a few tiny handling marks.  The checkered walnut grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Adjustable sights.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original box and papers.  Sold For 400.00

R      70.     Heritage Manufacturing Model Rough Rider Combo.  Serial # HZ73492.  .22 RF/.22 WMR caliber single action revolver made in the USA.  6½” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  99% of the finish remains on the metal with little wear.  The faux pearl grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works fine and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the box, papers, and the extra cylinder.  Sold For 140.00

R      71.     Marlin Model Golden 39M.  Serial # 18281580.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that could clean up better.  Tubular magazine.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal.  There are a few small spots of rust on the barrel and some very fine rust on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with a couple dings and some fine scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and swivels.  Sold For 400.00

R      72.     Marlin Model 39A.  Serial # E2192.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle made in 1948.  24” barrel with a very good bore.  The metal is in fair condition.  It appears to have been rusted, buffed, and then cold blued.  The walnut forearm is in good condition with normal wear.  The walnut stock is in poor condition having been split at the wrist and repaired with 2 large screws.  Original sights but the front is missing the hood.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 200.00

R      73.     Remington Model 760 Gamemaster.  Serial # A7072313.  .30-06 caliber pump action rifle made in 1975.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a few scratches and rust spots scattered along the barrel and on the receiver.  The press checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with a few dings and finish wear on the stock.  There is also some moisture damage at the butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and swivels and a Bushnell Banner 3X to 8X power scope in Weaver flip mounts. Sold For 350.00

R      74.     Iver Johnson Model Champion.  Serial # 94026A.  .410 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked full with a good bore.  A small amount of the original bluing remains, but the metal is mostly a brown patina with light surface rust scattered about.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and general wear.  The stock appears to have been sanded at the butt plate.  Butt plate is damaged.  A screw has been replaced in the bottom of the receiver.  Action works fine.  Made from 1923 to approximately 1978.  Sold For 100.00

R      75.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 668934.  16 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1934.  28” barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  40% to 50% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  The barrel shows some bare spots along with patches of fine rust.  The receiver is mostly bare with areas of brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and areas of finish loss.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 200.00

R      76.     Ruger New Model Blackhawk.  Serial # 32-65235.  .357 Magnum caliber single action revolver made in 1974.  4 5/8” barrel with a really dirty bore that could clean up OK.  50% to 60% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are bare areas scattered about along with some areas of cold blue.  The alloy trigger guard/grip frame and ejector rod housing are in good condition with slight wear.  The walnut grips are in very good condition with only a few dings.  Adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 275.00

R      77.     Harrington & Richardson Model 926.  Serial # AH51631.  .38 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver made in 1971.  4” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up OK.  5 shot cylinder.  Manual top eject.  98% of the original bluing remains with just a few small dings and tiny rust spots.  The checkered walnut grips are in very good condition with a few dings.  Adjustable sights.  Action does not work in single action mode and sometimes not in double action mode. Sold For 130.00

R      78.     Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk.  Serial # 82-83706.  .44 Magnum caliber single action revolver made in 1979.  7½” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up OK.  95% plus of the original bluing remains on the metal with a little cylinder wear and some small rust spots on the grip frame.  The walnut stocks are in good condition with some dings and impressions.  Adjustable sights.  Action works like new.  Includes a left hand Hunter leather belt and holster.    Sold For 400.00

R      79.     Harrington & Richardson Model 999 Sportsman.  Serial # AS67802.  .22 RF caliber double action top eject revolver made in 1978.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  9 shot cylinder.  Automatic top eject.  90% to 95% of the original bluing remains on the metal with some slight muzzle wear, a few dings, and some fine rust on the grip frame.  The checkered walnut grips are in very good condition with a few small dings.  Adjustable sights.  Action works OK but the trigger will not return without help.      Sold For 375.00

R      80.     Rohm Model RG63.  Serial # 075212.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made in Germany.  5” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up fine.  This is a double action revolver that is patterned after a single action revolver.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are some wear spots on the steel barrel and cylinder and also on the alloy frame/trigger guard.  The plastic grips are in good condition with slight wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works OK. Sold For 130.00

R      81.     Harrington & Richardson Model 732.  Serial # AE31755.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver made in 1968.  2½” barrel with an excellent bore.  6 shot swing out cylinder.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few small spots of rust.  The black plastic grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 140.00

R      82.     Spanish Made Model Automatic Pistol.  Serial # D68.  .25 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  2” barrel with a rough bore.  This is an unknown maker pistol that resembles the 25 ACP Astra pistol.  Detachable magazine which is NOT included.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There is some edge wear on the slide and frame along with rust spots scattered about.  The frame is cracked on the right side near the front.  The original plastic grips are in poor condition with the right grip being cracked and the left being chipped.  Action works OK.  Sold For 45.00

R      83.     Remington Model Six.  Serial # A4066011.  .270 Win. caliber pump action rifle made in 1985.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small spots on the receiver and barrel.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Front and rear sights missing.  Sling swivels installed.  Action works like new.  Includes a Redfield 1.75X to 5X power Widefield scope in Redfield mounts.  Made from 1981 to 1987.  Sold For 675.00

R      84.     Remington Model 572 BDL Deluxe.  Serial # A1417666.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  23” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only 1 small spot on the receiver.  The gloss finished checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a couple of small dings.  Original sights.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a Bushnell Sportview 4X power scope.  Sold For 400.00

R      85.     Savage Arms Model 24.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber/.410 Ga. 3” over/under combination rifle/shotgun made in 1958.  24” barrels with bores that should clean up to excellent.  Barrel selector on right side.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrels have a few scratches, some fine rust, and a larger spot of heavier rust.  The case colors on the receiver are still pretty good but there is some fine rust present.  The alloy trigger guard is missing a lot of it’s finish.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition and have been refinished with an oil finish.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 400.00

R      86.     Remington Model 6.  Serial # S121560.  .32 RF caliber single shot rolling block boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a slightly rough but good bore.  None of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel shows medium rust with some large bare areas.  The receiver is mostly a light brown patina with some case colors showing through.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in poor to fair condition with a couple of dings and scratches.  The stock was cracked badly and repaired on the left side wrist.  Original sights including rear peep.  Action works fine.  Made between 1901 and 1933.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      87.     Harrington & Richardson Model 88 Topper.  Serial # AU443634.  .410 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun made in 1980.  25” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few small handling marks.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with only 1 ding on the forearm.  Action works like new.  Sold For 130.00

R      88.     Harrington & Richardson Model 923.  Serial # J35698.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver made in 1949.  6” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  9 shot cylinder.  The original chrome finish on the metal is in fair condition.  There are small areas that have flaked and a few small rust spots, but most of the finish is dull.  The original plastic grips are in good condition with some dings on the bottom edges.  There are initials carved on the bottom.  Action works OK but is loose.  Includes a vintage leather holster.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R      89.     Davis Industries Model D-32.  Serial # 227421.  .32 ACP caliber O/U derringer.  2½” barrels with very good bores.  95% of the original black finish remains on the metal with some edge wear on the frame and the barrels.  The wooden grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Push button safety.  Action works fine.  Discontinued in 2001.  Includes the original box and papers. Sold For 95.00

R      90.     Harrington & Richardson Model 632.  Serial # AY020384.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver made in 1982.  4” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few handling marks.  The original plastic grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box but no papers. Sold For 160.00

R      91.     Heritage Manufacturing Model Rough Rider Combo.  Serial # HR53693.  .22 RF/.22 WMR caliber single action revolver made in the USA.  6½” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  95% of the finish remains on the metal with wear on the trigger guard and on the right side of the frame.  The wooden grips are in good condition but both are cracked on the bottom.  Action works fine.  Includes the box, papers, and the extra cylinder.    Sold For 140.00

R      92.     Taurus Model 86.  Serial # 1558131.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made in Brazil.  6” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up to excellent.  99% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with no wear.  The checkered wooden grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Adjustable sights.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original box, papers, test target, and cleaning tools.  Sold For 325.00

R      93.     Remington Model 760 Gamemaster.  Serial # 418143.  .35 Rem. caliber pump action rifle made in 1964.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The entire surface of the gun is covered with a very fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and spots of finish loss.  Original sights and aluminum butt plate.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a Redfield 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  This caliber was made from 1952 to 1967 and again in 1980.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R      94.     J. Stevens Arms Model Springfield 311.  Serial # E65564.  16 Ga. double barrel shotgun. 27 7/8” barrels choked modified and improved modified with excellent bores.  Barrels appear to be trimmed by 1/8” but buyer can determine that himself.  Double triggers and extractor only.  60% of the original bluing remains on the barrel.  There are some small rust spots, muzzle wear, and a number of areas of thinning finish.  There are some faint case colors on the receiver but it is mostly bare.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in nice condition but the stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 260.00

        95.     Thompson-Center Arms Model White Mountain Carbine.  Serial # 32167.  .50 caliber black powder flintlock rifle.  22” barrel with a very good bore.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few tiny rust spots on the barrel.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with a few minor scratches.  Original adjustable sights and sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and the ramrod.  Sold For 350.00

R      96.     Remington Model 878.  Serial # 48825L.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in 1960.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  Both the barrel and receiver have areas of fine rust scattered over their surface.  The receiver also shows some carry wear on the bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition but both have had extra finish applied.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1959 to 1962.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R      97.     Savage Arms Model Springfield 67F.  Serial # NSN.  20 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun made in 1967.  28” plain barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with some blotchy areas on the receiver and some scratches on the trigger guard.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Sold For 150.00

R      98.     Harrington & Richardson Model Premier, 1st Model.  Serial # 172850.  .22 RF caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a very good bore that could clean up better.  80% to 85% of the original blue finish remains on the metal.  There is wear on both sides of the barrel and small rust spots on both sides of the frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works OK.  Includes a nylon holster.  Made from 1895 to 1904.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

        99.     Smith & Wesson Model 2, 2nd Issue.  Serial # 91268.  .38 S&W caliber single action top eject spur trigger revolver.  5” barrel with a very rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly a mottled grey finish.  The grips are not original, nor are they S&W grips.  Action works OK.  Made from 1877 to 1891. Sold For 210.00

R    100a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Double Action No. 6.  Serial # 7448.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2½” octagon barrel with a slightly rough bore.  60% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with flaking and rust on the cylinder and on the left side of the frame.  The hard rubber grips are in very good condition with normal wear.  Action works OK.  (C&R)

R    100b.   Second of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model X.L. Double Action.  Serial # 7751.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  2¼” octagon barrel with a dirty bore that might clean up better.  80% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with small areas of flaking and rust on the barrel and frame.  The cylinder has been polished bright.  The hard rubber grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Action works but cylinder will not rotate.  (C&R) Sold For 12.50

R    101a.   First of a lot of 3: Iver Johnson Model U.S. Revolver Co. Double Action.  Serial # 52528.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  2½” round barrel with a very good bore.  90% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with wear on the cylinder and the grip frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with normal wear.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1935.  (C&R)

R    101b.   Second of a lot of 3: Forehand Arms Co. Model Top Eject.  Serial # 400108.  .38 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3¼” barrel with a slightly rough bore.  50% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with flaking and wear on the barrel, cylinder, and right side frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with normal wear.  Action works OK.  (C&R)

      101c.   Third of a lot of 3: Iver Johnson Model Tycoon.  Serial # 22332.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rusty bore.  30% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with rust and flaking covering the majority of the gun.  The original wooden grips are in fair condition with normal wear.  Action works but cylinder will not rotate.  Includes an old Iver Johnson box.   Sold For 95.00   

R    102.     Harrington & Richardson Model Topper Jr. Classic.  Serial # HN216450.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  22” barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The receiver is marked “National Wild Turkey Federation” on the right side.  99% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with little wear.  The checkered laminated camo stock is in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works like new.  Includes the box, papers, and the sling swivel studs. Sold For 130.00

R    103.     Remington Model 760 Carbine.  Serial # B7233973.  .30-06 caliber pump action rifle made in 1979.  18½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with just a few spots on the barrel and on the bottom and left side of the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and large scuff marks.  Original sights.  Sling swivel studs installed.  Action works fine.  Includes a Simmons 4X power scope in see through mounts. Sold For 425.00

R    104.     Mossberg Model New Haven 600ET.  Serial # H855221.  .410 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  26” vent rib barrel choked full with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few small marks on the barrel.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with a couple of small dings.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Sold For 250.00

R    105.     E.A. Converse New Model Single Shot.  Serial # 561.  12 Ga. single shot side hammer shotgun.  30” barrel choked modified with a rough bore.  Barrel marked “Fine Decarbonized Steel”.  No original finish remains on the metal.  It is mostly a brownish/grey patina with spots of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with multiple repaired cracks and a repair at the upper wrist.  Original butt plate.  Action works OK but is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 15.00

R    106.     Ithaca Model 37.  Serial # 142902.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1947.  28” plain barrel choked full with a dirty bore that should clean up to very good.  The finish on the metal has turned to a brown patina with areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with repairs and missing pieces of wood on the stock.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R    107.     Marlin Model 336.  Serial # 19042121.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few handling marks and some edge wear on the bottom of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with some small dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a Tasco 4X power scope in see through mounts. Sold For 425.00

R    108.     Heritage Manufacturing Model Rough Rider Combo.  Serial # HZ59418.  .22 RF/.22 WMR caliber single action revolver made in the USA.  6½” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  99% of the finish remains on the metal with little wear.  The checkered grey laminated grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works fine and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes a wooden presentation box, papers, and the extra cylinder. Sold For 150.00

R    109.     Harrington & Richardson Model Trapper.  Serial # 154576.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  7 shot cylinder.  60% of the original bluing remains on the metal with the balance being a very fine rust.  The checkered walnut grips are in fair condition with normal wear.  The left grip is cracked at the top.  Action works OK.  Made from 1924 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R    110.     Harrington & Richardson Model 922.  Serial # J12965.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver made in 1949.  6” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  9 shot cylinder.  95% of the original blue finish remains on the metal.  There are some very tiny rust spots scattered about on the barrel and frame.  The original plastic grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works fine.  Made from 1927 to 1952.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    111.     F.I.E. Model Standard.  Serial # ST17575.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver.  2” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up better.  6 shot cylinder and ejectorless.  The satin chrome finish is in good condition but shows various wear marks.  The plastic trigger guard and rubber grips are in very good condition.  Action works OK as long as the trigger fully cycles before firing.  Made in the U.S. from 1989 to 1990. Sold For 110.00

R    112.     Harrington & Richardson Model 58 Topper.  Serial # AR243586.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun made in 1977.  28” barrel choked modified with a dirty bore that should clean up to excellent.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a few small handling marks.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.   Sold For 40.00

R    113.     Mossberg Model 500A Slugster.  Serial # K119307.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  24” smooth bore barrel choked cylinder with an excellent bore.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel and on the receiver.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with little wear.  Original recoil pad.  Rifle sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a sling and swivels and a Bushnell Banner 2X to 8X power scope in see through mounts.  Sold For 250.00

R    114.     Remington Model 7600.  Serial # 8519001.  .35 Whelen caliber pump action rifle made in 1990.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few tiny spots of rust on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with a few small dings.  Original sights.  Action works like new.  Includes the original hang tag.  Made from 1988 to 1996.  Sold For 725.00

R    115.     Winchester Model 120 Ranger Combo.  Serial # L2124571.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” vent rib barrel and a 24" deer slug barrel, both with an excellent bore.  The 28" barrel uses Winchoke screw in chokes and comes with full, modified, and improved cylinder chokes. The 24" barrel is a smooth bore with rifle sights.   99% of the original finish remains on the metal with the only wear being on the action bars.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no wear.  Original recoil pad.  Action works like new.  Includes the instructions, the above mentioned chokes, and the choke wrench.   Sold For 160.00  

R    116.     Remington Model 870 Express Combo.  Serial # W648646M.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” vent rib barrel and a 20" deer slug barrel, both with an excellent bore.  The 28" barrel uses the screw in RemChokes and comes with a modified choke installed.  The 20" barrel is a smooth bore with rifle sights.  99% of the original matte finish remains on the metal with just a few small marks.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with only one flaw on the stock.  Original hard rubber butt pad.    Action works like new. Sold For 400.00

R    117.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 311A.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1963.  28” barrels choked full and modified with excellent bores.  The left barrel has a small dent.  Double triggers and extractor only.  90% of the original finish remains on the barrels.  There are some dings and scratches and some fine rust on both sides near the breech.  The receiver shows good case colors but it has some fine rust on the bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few scratches.  They both have had extra finish applied.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 220.00

R    118.     Savage Arms Model 24C-DL.  Serial # NSN.  .22 WMR caliber/20 Ga. 3” over/under combination rifle/shotgun made in 1963.  24” barrels with bores that will clean up to excellent.  Barrel selector on left side.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrels have a few thin areas towards the muzzle.  The satin chrome receiver is in very good condition with a few small scuff marks.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scuffs.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and swivels.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R    119.     The Hamilton Rifle Co. Model No. 27 “The Hamilton Rifle”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber tip up single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with a slightly 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 poor condition with no original finish.  It is mostly a fine to medium rusty brown patina.  There are many little dings on the right side of the receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings and scratches.  The forearm is cracked where it meets the receiver and the stock is cracked at the wrist.  Both stock and forearm are loose.  Rear sight missing.  Action works but is very loose.  The gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    120.     Sig-Sauer Model P232 SSS.  Serial # S329639.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Germany January of 2014.  3.6” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  The slide and frame are constructed of stainless steel.  Both are in excellent condition with no wear.  The black rubber combat grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Siglite night sights.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original plastic case, an extra Sig magazine, owner’s manual, and a gun lock.  Discontinued in 2014.  Sold For 825.00

R    121.     Sig-Sauer Model P232 BSS.  Serial # S330753.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Germany June of 2014.  3.6” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Alloy frame and a stainless steel slide both finished in Black Nitron.  Both are in excellent condition with no wear.  The black rubber combat grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Siglite night sights.  Action works like new and the gun is new and unfired.  Includes the original plastic case, an extra Sig magazine, owner’s manual, and a gun lock.  Discontinued in 2014.  Sold For 500.00

R    122.     Sig-Sauer Model P232 BSS.  Serial # S328581.  .380 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Germany December of 2013.  3.6” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  Alloy frame and a stainless steel slide both finished in Black Nitron.  Both are in excellent condition with no wear.  The black rubber combat grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Siglite night sights.  Action works like new and the gun is new and unfired.  Includes the original plastic case, an extra Sig magazine, owner’s manual, and a gun lock.  Discontinued in 2014.  Sold For 625.00

R    123.     Ruger Model 22/45 Target.  Serial # 222-80413.  .22 RF caliber semi auto target pistol.  4” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable 10 shot magazine.  Blued barrel and receiver with a polymer grip frame.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the barrel and receiver.  There are some fine scratches on the barrel and also on the rear of the receiver.  The rear sight shows edge wear.  The polymer frame is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Adjustable sights.  Action works like new.  Includes 3 extra Ruger 10 shot magazines. Sold For 240.00

R    124.     Smith & Wesson Model 10-5.  Serial # C611940.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made c. 1961.  4” barrel with an excellent bore.  50% of the original finish remains on the metal with holster wear on all surfaces.  The standard walnut grips are in fair condition with many small dings.  The right grip is heavily worn.  Fixed sights.  Action works fine.  Obviously carried more than it was shot.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R    125.     Ithaca Model 37.  Serial # 796696.  20 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1961.  26” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  95% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  There are some faint scuff marks on the barrel along with some scratches and fine surface rust on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with only a few small dings and some scratches on the bottom of the grip.  An extra coat of finish has been applied.  Original butt plate and RABAR front sight.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 280.00

R    126.     Stevens Arms Model Westpoint 948E.  Serial # P136251.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun made in 1970.  28” barrel choked modified with a good, but slightly rough bore.  Release lever on the right side of receiver.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with patches of fine to medium rust scattered over the barrel.  The alloy receiver shows small dings and light corrosion.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Action works OK. Sold For 35.00

R    127.     Ruger Model 10/22-T Target.  Serial # 351-94734.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  20” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle features a brown laminated hardwood stock, a blue hammer forged spiral finished heavy barrel, target trigger, and a 10 shot detachable magazine.  The metal is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  The laminated stock is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes an extra magazine and a Nikon Prostaff 3X to 9X power scope in Weaver mounts.   Sold For 375.00

R    128.     Tikka Model T3 Tactical.  Serial # 055543.  .308 Win. caliber bolt action rifle made in Finland.  19½” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle originally had a 20” barrel with a protected threaded muzzle.  The threading has been removed and the barrel professionally crowned.  Some of the other features are a free floating match grade heavy barrel, 5 shot detachable magazine, fiberglass reinforced copolymer polypropylene stock with adjustable comb, wide forearm, and a Picatinny rail.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a little muzzle wear.  The stock is in excellent condition showing little wear.  Action is slick and works great.  Includes an extra magazine, a padded nylon sling, an SKB hard case, and a Leupold VX-III 3.5X to 10X power scope.  Sold For 1,000.00

R    129.     Beretta Model AL391 Urika Standard.  Serial # AA348652.  20 Ga. 3” semi auto shotgun made in Italy in 2005.  26” vent rib barrel with an excellent bore.  The barrel uses the MobilChoke screw in choke system and comes with full, improved modified, modified, improved cylinder, and cylinder chokes.  99.9% of the original finish remains on the metal with no visible wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original Beretta case with all papers and accessories.  Sold For 1,075.00

R    130.     Savage Arms Model 24C-DL.  Serial # NSN.  .22 WMR caliber/20 Ga. 3” over/under combination rifle/shotgun made in 1963.  24” barrels with excellent bores.  Barrel selector on left side.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrels have a few small thinly finished areas near the breech.  The satin chrome receiver is in very good condition with slight wear on the bottom.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some dings and scuffs.  Original sights.  Detachable sling swivels installed.  Action works fine.  (C&R)     Sold For 425.00

R    131.     Winchester Model 70 Deluxe.  Serial # 884549.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1967.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with the most wear being on the trigger guard and floorplate.  The checkered walnut stock shows nice figure and is in very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Original rubber butt pad.  Original sights including front hood.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and swivels and Redfield scope rings and bases.  Made from 1964 to 1971. Sold For 550.00

R    132.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2211377.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1956.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  60% to 70% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  There are a lot of dings and scratches on the barrel and magazine tube.  The receiver shows carry wear on the top and bottom along with 4 additional holes on the right side.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition but have been refinished and have had inlays installed on both sides.  Original rear sight replaced with a Marble’s.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and swivels.  (C&R) Sold For 325.00

R    133.     Winchester Model 70 Featherweight.  Serial # G1569099.  7x57mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle made in 1982.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few tiny scratches on the right rear of the receiver and some small scuffs on the trigger guard.  The checkered walnut stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  The original red Winchester marked butt pad shows slight damage from sitting in a gun rack.  Original sling swivels.  Action works fine.  This model was made from 1981 to 1994 but this caliber was discontinued in 1985.  Sold For 725.00

R    134.     Winchester Model 94 SRC Wells Fargo & Co. Commemorative.  Serial # WFC08853.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1977.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  These originally came with a silvered receiver and this one is tarnished to a blackish color.  Otherwise, the condition of the other metal parts is excellent with no wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with small areas of handling wear.  Action works fine and the gun is all original.  Includes the original styrofoam box, cardboard sleeve, instructions, hang tag, and protective receiver rag.  Serial range was WFC1 to WFC19999.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R    135.     Winchester Model 94 Legendary Frontiersmen.  Serial # LF07299.  .38-55 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1979.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  These originally came with a silvered receiver and forearm tip and these are tarnished to a blackish color.  Otherwise, the condition of the other metal parts is excellent with no wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with only minor handling wear.  Action works fine and the gun is all original.  Serial range was LF1 to LF19999.  (C&R) Sold For 650.00

R    136.     Mossberg Model 144.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action target rifle.  26” medium weight barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  70% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There is a very fine rust scattered over the length of the barrel.  The walnut target stock is in good condition but has been refinished.  A small plate with initials has been added to the stock.  The 4 position front swivel plate has been removed and a wooden plug was installed.  Rear sling swivel missing.  Front sling swivel added.  Front sight and rear aperture missing.  Receiver grooved for a scope.  Action works OK.  Made from 1949 to 1954.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

R    137.     Rossi – Interarms Model 92 SRC.  Serial # K011243.  .357 Magnum caliber lever action rifle made in Brazil.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle was patterned after the Winchester Model 92 SRC.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few areas of wear and some very fine rust on the receiver.  The wooden stock and forearm are in very good condition with only a few small dings.  Original sights.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling.  Importation discontinued in 1998. Sold For 425.00

R    138.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 311.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1950.  28” barrels choked modified and full with bores that should clean up to very good.  The left barrel has a large dent on the top.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The metal is in good condition but there is a very fine rust scattered over the entire surface.  Case colors are very good on the receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  There is a lot of finish missing on both.  Original butt plate.  Action works OK.  (C&R)  Sold For 100.00

R    139.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915.  Serial # V208.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  24” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  95% of the original bluing remains on the barrel with some edge wear and a few areas of fine rust.  The receiver is a mostly brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a canvas sleeve.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 290.00

R    140.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 740374.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1937.  30” barrel choked improved cylinder, marked modified, with a very good bore.  75% to 80% of the original bluing remains on the metal with most of the wear being very fine rust spots on both sides of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Action does not work.  It appears that the gun may have been put together improperly and the action is jammed tight.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    141.     Winchester Model 60A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  23” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% to 95% of the original bluing remains on the metal with a few small dings and tiny rust spots scattered about.  Chrome on the bolt is very good.  The walnut stock is in good condition with dings and scratches and some slight loss of finish.  Original sights and butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1930 to 1934.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    142.     Colt Model Police Positive Target (First Issue, Model “G”).  Serial # 3089.  .22 WRF (Winchester Rimfire) caliber double action revolver made in 1910, the first year of production.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  75% of the original bright bluing remains on the metal with small dings and fine scratches over the entire surface.  The original hard rubber grips are in fair condition with the left grip being chipped badly.  Original adjustable rear sight.  Original front sight.  Action works fine.  Made from 1910 to 1925.  This ammunition was discontinued many years ago but a partial box is included.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R    143a.   First of a lot of 2: Meriden Firearms Model A.J. Aubrey.  Serial # 8321.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rusty bore.  5 shot cylinder.  90% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with some flaking at the barrel/cylinder gap and some tiny dings on each side of the frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with a few dings on the bottom of the right grip.  Action works but the trigger will not return on it’s own.  (C&R)

      143b.   Second of a lot of 2: Harrington & Richardson Model Leader.  Serial # 330.  .22RF Short caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rough bore.  95% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with a little rust on the cylinder.  The wooden bird’s head grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  The action is jammed and does not work.  Sold For 50.00

R    144.     Harrington & Richardson Model Young America Double Action 2nd Model.  Serial # 498908.      .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  2” octagon barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.   7 shot cylinder.  98% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with little wear.  Case colors still visible on hammer.  The original hard rubber grips are in excellent condition with little wear.  Action works OK.  Includes the original box and some papers.  A nice example of this model.  Made from 1905 to 1941.  (C&R)   Sold For 50.00

R    145.     Cooper Firearms Model 52 Excalibur.  Serial # TGS030.  .300 Win. Mag. caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  This is a custom rifle built in Montana.   Some of the features are a hand laid synthetic stock with Kevlar reinforcing material that surrounds an aircraft grade aluminum bedding block, a chrome moly premium match grade Wilson Arms fluted barrel, a spiral fluted bolt, and a detachable magazine.  The metal is finished in a Burnt Bronze Ceracoat finish.  The stock is finished in a Patriot Brown finish.  LOP is 13½”.  Both stock and metal are in excellent condition.  Action works fine.  Includes Leupold type scope mounts finished to match the gun. Sold For 1,600.00

      146.     Traditions Model Deer Hunter Left Hand.  Serial # 14-13-066199-01.  .50 caliber black powder left hand flintlock rifle made in Spain.  24” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a couple of bare spots on the barrel along with some fine rust at the flash pan.  The hardwood stock is in very good condition with a few small dings.  Fiber optic sights and sling swivels.  Action works OK.  Includes the ramrod.  Sold For 160.00

R    147.     Henry Repeating Arms Model Golden Boy.  Serial # GB230248.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  20” 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.  95% of the blue finish remains on the metal with a few scratches and small rust spots near the muzzle of the barrel.  The Brasslite parts are in excellent condition with only a few tiny scratches.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with just a small scuff on the right side of the stock.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little. Sold For 300.00

R    148.     Ruger New Model Blackhawk.  Serial # 37-35606.  .357 Mag. caliber single action revolver made in 1994.  6½” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  This is an all stainless steel revolver.  The finish of the stainless steel is very good with some small areas of fine scratches on the top strap and on the bottom of the grip.  The faux ivory plastic grips are in good condition with the right grip showing some scuffs and scratches.  Adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a western style leather cartridge belt and holster made by Weaver Custom Saddles of Lancaster Co., PA.  Sold For 500.00

R    149.     Winchester Model 250.  Serial # 264277.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  20½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a few very tiny scratches on the top of the barrel along with a few rust speckles near the muzzle.  The alloy receiver has some scuffs on top.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with small dings scattered about.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1963 to 1973.  Includes a Winchester box not original to the gun.  Sold For 230.00

      150.     Enterprise Arms Co. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 170386.  12 Ga. double barrel hammer shotgun made in Belgium.  30” Damascus barrels choked full and full with rough bores.  Barrels marked “Modified Diana” and “Laminated Steel Belgium”.  The metal is in poor condition being covered with a fine to medium rust.  The stock and forearm are in poor condition being heavily worn and broken.  One Hammer missing.  Receiver has been repaired at the wrist.  Action is loose.  Not to be fired as is. Sold For 30.00

R    151.     Iver Johnson Model U.S. Revolver Co. Top Eject.  Serial # E2078.  .22 RF caliber top eject double action revolver.  3” barrel with a rough bore.  50% to 60% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with large amounts of flaking on the cylinder, top strap, and grip frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with little wear.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1935.  (C&R)    Sold For 40.00

R    152.     Baker Gun Co. Model Batavia Leader.  Serial # 2299F.  16 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  26” barrels choked improved modified and improved cylinder with excellent bores.  Double triggers and extractor only.  80% to 85% of the original bluing remains on the barrels.  There are small scratches along with a few small rust spots scattered over the surface.  There are some bare areas where the barrels meet the receiver.  The receiver and release lever show a good amount of the original case colors.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with the usual scratches and dings.  Original butt plate with a LOP of 14¼”.  Action works fine and is still tight and solid.  The Baker Gun Co. was acquired by H&D Folsum in 1919 and was closed in 1930.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 525.00

R    153.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 737902.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1937.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  99% of a very good refinish remains on the metal.  The Black Diamond straight grip stock and checkered walnut forearm are in good to very good condition with a few dings and some worn checkering.  The stock has a crack on the bottom wrist.  Both stock and forearm have had extra finish applied.  Original butt plate.  The action works but does not function properly as the action won’t release after firing unless the release button is pushed.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 400.00

R    154.     A.H. Fox Gun Co. Model Grade A.  Serial # 2248.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1907, the first year of production.  26” barrels choked modified and improved modified with excellent bores.  The barrels actually measure about 1/16” shy of the 26”.  Barrels marked “Krupp Fluid Steel”.  Left barrel slightly dented at muzzle.  Double triggers and extractors only.  85% of the original bluing remains on the barrels.  There are a few small scratches and dings along with some areas of very fine rust.  The “Ansley H. Fox” marked engraved receiver shows faint traces of case colors along with small spots of very fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition but show many small dings and scratches.  A small piece of wood is missing on the stock on the left side lower receiver junction.  Hardened rubber butt pad with an LOP of 13 3/8”.  Action works fine and is still tight and solid.  Includes a slip on leather pad.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 650.00

R    155.     Winchester Model 1885 High Wall.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  28” medium weight barrel with an excellent bore.  60% to 65% of the original bluing remains on the barrel with some small scratches and an area of thin finish towards the rear.  There are 2 holes on top of the barrel at the breech area.  The receiver has a Pope style cut away on the right side to facilitate easy loading and unloading.  Receiver also shows some faint areas of possible case colors along with some cold blue, especially on the bottom tang where the serial number once was.  The fancy walnut stock and forearm have a satin finish and are in excellent condition.  Lyman tang sight.  Action works but the trigger is set pretty light and the gun will sometimes fire when the action is closed.  Includes a leather soft case.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 1,050.00

R    156.     Parker Bros. Model GH Grade.  Serial # 172952.  20 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1916.  26” 2½” chambered barrels choked full and modified with very good bores.  O size frame with barrel weight of 2-15.  Barrels are marked “Parker Special Steel”.  There is a small dent on the top of the right barrel about 3” from the muzzle.  Double triggers and extractor only.  60% to 65% of the original finish remains on the barrels with some small dings and large areas where the finish is starting to get thin.  There are some areas of medium rust on the right barrel.  The receiver is mostly bare and starting to show a light brown patina.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition and both have a satin finish with extra finish applied.  The stock is slightly rounded on the edge of the toe.  Original butt plate and a LOP of 14 1/8”.  Action works fine and is tight and solid.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 4,800.000

R    157.     Remington Model 32 Skeet.  Serial # 4663.  12 Ga. over/under shotgun made in 1941.  26” barrels choked skeet with excellent bores.  Single selective trigger with auto ejectors.  90% plus of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrels show only a few small scratches.  The receiver shows high edge wear along with carry wear on the bottom.  The finely checkered stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small marks.  Both have had extra finish applied.  Original Remington rubber butt pad and a LOP of 14 1/8”.  Action works fine and is tight and solid.  A classic gun made from 1932 to 1942.  After WWII, Remington sold the design to Krieghoff and it became the K32.  Includes a soft case.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 900.00

R    158.     A.H. Fox Gun Co. Model Sterlingworth.  Serial # 57813.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  30” barrels choked full and modified with very good bores.  Double triggers and extractor only.  This is the recessed pin model and was made in 1911, the second year of production.  The recessed pin model was only made from 1910 to early 1913.  75% to 80% of the original finish remains on the barrels with a few tiny rust spots and some larger areas where the finish is starting to thin.  The receiver is mostly bare but starting to show a light brown patina.  The checkered walnut forearm is in good condition with a few small marks.  The checkered walnut stock is in poor condition having been split and repaired.  Recoil pad added and LOP is 13¾”.  Action is tight and solid but release lever does not function properly.  Safety does not work properly as front trigger will fire while on safe.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 375.00

R    159.     A.H. Fox Gun Co. Model Sterlingworth.  Serial # 54014.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  30” barrels choked full and full with rough bores.  Double triggers and extractors only.  This is the recessed pin model and was made in 1911, the second year of production.  The recessed pin model was only made from 1910 to early 1913.  80% of the original finish remains on the barrels with a few small rust spots and a couple of various sized dings.  The receiver is mostly bare but starting to show a greyish brown patina in several areas.  The checkered walnut forearm is in very good condition with a few small marks.  The walnut stock is in poor to fair condition having been repaired in multiple spots.  The checkering has been removed and the stock has been refinished.  Recoil pad added and LOP is 14¾”.  Action works and is tight and solid but the safety will not come off of fire.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 325.00

R    160.     Marlin Model 60.  Serial # MM99381J.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  19” barrel with an excellent bore.  14 shot tubular magazine.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal with only a little edge wear on the receiver scope groove.  The laminated hardwood stock is in excellent condition with no wear.  There is a “Great American Game Series” plaque inlayed on the right side of the stock.  Original sights.  Action works like new.  Includes scope rings and a camo sling with detachable sling swivels.  Sold For 150.00

R    161.     Taurus Model PT-92 AFS.  Serial # TGW74228.  9MM Luger caliber semi auto pistol made in Brazil.  5” barrel with an excellent bore.  Stainless steel slide with an alloy frame.  Ambidextrous safety and fixed sights.  17 shot detachable magazine.  The brushed finish on the stainless steel slide is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  The polished alloy frame features an accessory rail and is in excellent condition with only a few tiny handling marks.  The black checkered rubber grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original box, instructions, keys for the gun lock, and an extra magazine. Sold For 450.00

R    162.     Henry Repeating Arms Model Golden Boy BSA Centennial Edition.  Serial # BSA00528.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  20” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle was made to commemorate the 100 years of the Boy Scouts of America, 1910 to 2010.  It is a classic looking lever gun made with a Brasslite receiver, butt plate, and barrel band.  16 shot tubular magazine.  Buckhorn rear sight.  Engraving on both sides of the receiver and on the right side of the stock.  Both the wood and metal are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action is like new and the gun appears to be new and unfired.  Includes the original box, instructions, hang tags, and framed wall mount. Sold For 750.00

R    163.     Winchester Model 9422 BSA 75th Anniversary Commemorative.  Serial # BSA 11084.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle.  20½” round barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle was made in 1985 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Boy Scout of America, 1910 to 1985.  Roll engraved with the Scout’s motto on both sides of the antique pewter finished receiver and lever.  Boy Scouts Commemorative medallion inlayed in the right side of the checkered fancy walnut stock.  Both the wood and metal are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action is like new and the gun appears to be new and unfired.  Includes the original Styrofoam box and sleeve and the instructions.   Sold For 1,200.00

      164.     French Made Model Percussion Pistol.  Serial # NSN.  .50 Caliber single shot black powder percussion pistol made c. 1820’s.  5” smoothbore barrel.  Converted to percussion from flintlock.  French writing on top of barrel and on lock.  The metal is in good condition being covered in a brown patina.  The wooden stock is in good condition with small dings and scratches.  Action works OK.  The gun is complete but missing the ramrod.  Sold For 300.00

R    165.     Japanese Type 99 Short Rifle.  Serial # 96055.  7.7mm Japanese caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with a very good bore.  Made at the Nagoya Arsenal.  The military finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with scratches and small rust spots scattered about.  The bluing is starting to turn to a brown patina.  The stock has been cut down and is in fair condition with moderate wear.  The top handguard is missing along with the barrel bands, sling mount in butt stock, and the cleaning rod.  The rear action mounting screw has been replaced.  Mum is ground.  Original sights.  Action works OK and the numbers match.  Sold For 100.00

R    166.     German Erfurt Model 98 AZ.  Serial # 7253.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a dark bore.  Receiver dated 1917.  The metal is in fair condition with very little original finish remaining.  There are some moderate scratches on the front of the receiver and the front of the trigger guard.  The original stock has been cut at the barrel band, finish added, and sling mount holes in the butt filled.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Numbers on receiver assembly and stock match and numbers on bolt assembly match, but not each other.  Includes a keyed gun lock. Sold For 260.00

R    167.     Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. Model Single Shot.  Serial # N0403.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked cylinder with a very good bore.  The metal is in fair condition with no original finish remaining.  There are some medium size spots of rust and areas of a light brown patina.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches, some large, and missing finish.  Original worn butt plate.  Action works fine but is a little loose.  Made c. 1902 to 1914.  (C&R)   Sold For 5.00

      168.     U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine.  Serial # 175807.  .45-70 caliber single shot carbine.  22” barrel with a very rough bore.  The metal is in fair condition being covered with a dark brown patina.  There are some areas of medium rust.  VP proof on barrel.  The stock is in poor condition having been split at the wrist and repaired with 2 wood screws.  Original saddle ring on left side.  Original butt plate with compartment in butt for cleaning rod.  Long comb stock with SWP 1881 cartouche.  The ladder is missing from the rear sight.  Action works.  Historical note: There is a star suffix (which looks like a 5 petal flower) after the serial number and this was used by Springfield Armory to denote arms made with a combination of new and salvaged parts, to be held in reserve, or issued to and/or used by groups like the National Guard.  An order was issued in late 1879 for all arms below serial number 50,000 to be turned in.  Parts from those guns which were turned in, and new receivers, barrels and stocks, are the arms with the star suffix.  Over the years, there have been many theories for the star, but the above explanation is now accepted as fact. The typical stared carbine, in the 170,000 - 200,000 range, will have an SWP/1881 or SWP/1882 cartouche. The stared arms were made in small batches throughout the 1881 and 1882 production periods.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  Additional Photo Sold For 575.00

R    169.     Universal Firearms Corp. Model Auto-Wing.  Serial # D7991.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Italy in 1972.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  This gun resembles a Franchi 48AL and has a steel barrel with an alloy receiver.  75% to 80% of the original finish remains on the barrel with spots of rust and small scratches scattered about.  The alloy receiver is in good condition but is covered with fine scratches and small dings.  The trigger guard mounting pin is held in with tape on both sides.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with many little dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the upper wrist.  Original butt plate with 1 screw replaced.  Action works OK.  Universal Firearms was in business from 1958 to 1987.  Sold For 100.00

      170.     Thompson-Center Arms Model Grey Hawk.  Serial # 33762.  .50 caliber black powder percussion rifle.  24” barrel with a very good bore.  All stainless steel construction.  The condition of the stainless steel is very good but there are areas of small scratches from use.  The black synthetic stock is in very good condition with just a few small scuffs.  Front sight present but rear is missing.  A scope mount has been installed on the barrel.  Action works OK but the nipple is missing.  Includes an extra length cleaning rod.   Sold For 130.00

      171.     Belgian Model Warnant Flobert.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  23½” barrel with a dark bore.  The metal is a greyish brown patina with no original finish remaining.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with small dings and scratches.  Replacement butt plate.  Original sights.  Rear action screw missing.  Action works but the hammer will not stay cocked.  Sold For 55.00

R    172.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a good bore.  The metal is in good condition with some areas of cold blue.  The wooden plank style stock is in good condition with small dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1924 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    173.     Winchester Model 77.  Serial # 25263.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few tiny marks on the barrel.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with some small scratches scattered over it’s surface.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1955 to 1962.  (C&R)   Sold For 200.00

R    174.     Remington Model 1893 (a.k.a. No. 3).  Serial # 1324.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  32” barrel choked improved cylinder with a fair bore that is rough in some spots.  Extractor only.  Side cocking with the lever on the left side.  The metal is in fair condition with areas of grey to brown patina.  There are some areas that appear to have been cleaned and cold blued.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock is pretty good whereas the forearm was cracked and repaired.  Button release forearm.  Metal butt plate.  Action works OK.  Made from 1893 to 1903.  (C&R)   Sold For 25.00

R    175.     Remington Model 8.  Serial # 48806.  .32 Rem. caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with a good bore that could clean up better.  The barrel is covered by a full length tube that encloses the recoil spring.  5 shot non-detachable magazine.  60% to 70% of the original bluing remains on the metal.  There are numerous little scratch marks and dings scattered across the surface.  There are some bare areas toward the back of the receiver.  The stock and forearm are in good condition showing some dings and scratches.  Both have been checkered and a recoil pad has been installed.  Rear sight is missing and a William’s peep has been installed on the back of the receiver.  Action works fine.  Made from 1906 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 725.00

R    176.     Remington Model 141.  Serial # 56227.  .35 Remington caliber pump action rifle made in 1947.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel, some carry wear on the bottom of the receiver, and wear on the magazine tube.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with small dings, scratches, and areas of missing finish.  The stock is cracked in multiple spots at the wrist.  Original worn butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1935 to 1950.  (C&R)   Sold For 325.00

R    177.     Mossberg Model 500C.  Serial # R472956.  20 Ga. 3” pump action youth shotgun.  22” vent rib barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The barrel uses Mossberg Accu-Choke screw in chokes and comes with an improved cylinder choke installed.  95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel and a scratch and some small scuffs on the receiver.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with only slight if any wear.  Original recoil pad with an LOP of 12¾”.  Action works like new.  Includes a Mossberg box not original to the gun. Sold For 200.00

R    178.     Savage Arms Model 93R17 GVXP.  Serial # 2081154.  .17 H.M.R. caliber bolt action rifle package.  21” heavy barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  5 shot detachable magazine and an AccuTrigger.  99% plus of the original blue finish remains on the metal with no visible wear.  The checkered hardwood stock is in very good condition but a piece of wood was broken out at the toe and glued back in.  The butt plate was also broken and glued.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes a Bushnell 3X to 9X power scope, the original box and papers, and a gun lock.  Sold For 270.00

R    179.     B.S.A. Model SMLE No.1 MKIII*.  Serial # N6917.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle made in England in 1942.  25” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  Detachable magazine.  This rifle had been sporterized.  The arsenal type finish on the metal is in fair condition with a bluish brown patina and some medium size pitting on the left side of the receiver.  The stock has been cut down and is in fair condition with cracks and damage at the toe.  Upper handguard missing.  Bolt does not match the receiver.  Action works but the safety will sometimes cause the action to lock.  Includes a leather sling. Sold For 65.00

R    180.     Iver Johnson Model Champion.  Serial # 84356C.  .410 Ga. 2½” single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked full with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  The finish on the metal is mostly a brown patina and is covered with a fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked in a couple of spots at the wrist and missing a piece of wood.  Butt plate does not fit too well.  Action works OK.  (C&R)    Sold For 55.00

R    181.     Enfield Model SMLE No.1 MKIII.  Serial # Y3919.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle made in England in 1916.  25” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  This rifle had been sporterized.  The arsenal type refinish on the metal is in very good condition with a few scratches and small rust spots.  The receiver had some rust on the left side before being redone.  The stock has been cut down and refinished.  It is in very good condition with a few plugged holes.   Upper handguard missing.  Bolt matches receiver.  Action works fine.  Sold For 80.00

      182.     Frank Wesson Model 1862 Small Frame Pistol.  Serial # 1434.  .22 RF caliber single shot spur trigger tip up pistol.  3½” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  Brass frame 2nd type.  The pistol comes in a disassembled condition.  The barrel and frame have been cleaned and it appears that most parts are included.   Approximately 15,000 made from 1859 to the early 1880’s. Sold For 150.00

R    183.     Iver Johnson Model Defender 89.  Serial # 970.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2” barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The finish on the metal is mostly a brown patina with some of the original nickel finish remaining on the cylinder.  The original wooden grips show moderate wear.  Action works but is very loose.  Made from 1889 to 1899.  (C&R) Sold For 2.00

R    184.     Mossberg Model 144 LS-A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  26” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  7 shot detachable magazine.  All of the metal is covered with a medium rust.  Original rear peep sight but aperture missing.  The walnut stock is covered with dirt.  Action works OK.  This gun needs a complete cleaning.  Made from 1960 to 1979. Sold For 140.00

R    185.     Springfield Arms Company Model Single Shot.  Serial # 72717.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  26½” barrel choked cylinder with a good bore.  Made by Savage Arms Company.  The metal is completely covered with a brown patina with areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and added finish.  The stock is cracked at the wrist and missing some wood where it meets the receiver.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 5.00

R    186.     Franchi – Stoeger Model AL48 Eldorado.  Serial # C05015.  20 Ga. 2¾” semi auto shotgun made in Italy in 1968.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  95% plus of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a few tiny scratches on the barrel especially near the muzzle.  The alloy receiver shows some slight handling wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition but have many small dings and scratches along with some loss of finish.  Original butt plate.  Safety converted to left hand.  Fiber optic sights installed on the rib but easily removed.  Action works fine.  Made from 1954 to 1975.  Includes the original instructions.  Sold For 290.00

R    187.     Silma – L.S.I. Model 70.  Serial # 120793.  20 Ga. 3” over/under shotgun made in Italy.  27½” vent rib barrels with excellent bores.  These barrels feature screw in chokes and come with full, modified, and improved cylinder chokes.  Single trigger and automatic ejectors.  99% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a few small spots of rust on the rib near the muzzle.  The silver receiver shows a few very tiny handling marks.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no wear.  Original rubber butt pad.  Action is tight and works like new.  The gun appears to have been fired very little.  Includes the original box, instructions, above mentioned chokes and wrench, and a gun lock. Sold For 525.00

R    188.     Winchester Model 61.  Serial # 109901.  .22 WRF (Winchester Rimfire) caliber pump action rifle made in 1948.  24” round barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There is a little bit of muzzle wear on the barrel along with some contact wear from the sliding forearm.  The receiver shows some patina on the bottom and areas of fine rust on both sides.  The walnut stock and handguard are in good to very good condition with a few small dings.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Correct “WRF” marked receiver.  Action works fine.  The receiver has been drilled on the left side for a side mount.  Includes a Weaver D6 scope in a Weaver side mount.  Round barrel rifles were made from 1947 to 1950.  (C&R) Sold For 375.00

R    189.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 1754959.  .32 Win. Spl. caliber lever action rifle made in 1951.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  85% to 90% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There are a few tiny rust spots on the barrel, magazine tube, and receiver sides along with carry wear on the bottom of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings.  Extra finish has been added to both.  Original front and rear sights although the front is missing the hood.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 500.00

R    190.     Remington Model 12-C.  Serial # 616355.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle made in 1923.  24” octagon barrel with a bright, smooth bore.  Tubular magazine.  30% to 40% of the original bluing remains on the metal with the balance being either bare or cold blued.  The walnut stock and handguard are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and a wrinkled finish on the stock.  The stock is also cracked in a couple of places at the wrist.  Multiple holes have been drilled in the left side of the receiver.  Front and rear sights altered.  Action works OK.  Made from 1909 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 220.00

R    191.     Remington Model 12.  Serial # 801920.  .22 Remington Special caliber pump action rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up OK.  .22 Remington Special is Remington’s version of the .22 Winchester RimFire.  Tubular magazine.  The metal is completely covered with a blackish, rusty patina.  The walnut stock and handguard are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and areas of finish loss.  Original sights although the front is altered.  Receiver sight added to right side of the receiver.  Action works OK.  Made from 1909 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R    192.     Ithaca Model 37.  Serial # 371172761.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1971.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with a couple of scratches (one heavy) on the barrel.  The receiver shows a few small scratches and some scuffs on the top.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some small dings and scratches.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13½”.  Action works fine.  Sold For 400.00

R    193.     Remington Model Mohawk 10-C.  Serial # 2405230.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1974.  19½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The metal is in very good condition but is covered by a fine, speckled rust.  The brown nylon stock is in fair condition with a few scratches and scuffs.  It is, however, broken at the end of the forearm and is missing a piece of the black forearm tip.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works fine.  Magazine release is a little weak.  Made from 1971 to 1978.  Includes a Kmart 4X power .22 scope. Sold For 150.00

R    194.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 412116.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1925.  29” plain barrel choked improved modified with an excellent bore.  40% to 50% of the original finish remains on the metal with the balance being either bare, a mottled grey, or areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and worn finish.  The stock is cracked at the wrist and has had extra finish added.  The forearm is marked with the word “Irion”.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13¾”.  Action works OK.  (C&R)   Sold For 130.00

      195.     Thompson-Center Model Fire Storm.  Serial # 26363.  50 caliber black powder flintlock rifle.  21” barrel with an excellent bore.  99% of the blue finish remains on the metal.  The black synthetic stock is in excellent condition with little wear.  Fiber optic front and rear sights.  Sling and swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box but no papers. Sold For 300.00

R    196.     Remington Model 14.  Serial # 100484.  .35 Remington caliber pump action rifle made in 1926.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  60% of the original finish remains on the metal with small dings and scratches scattered about.  The receiver and magazine tube show a lot of carry wear on the bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is cracked at the wrist and is missing some large pieces of wood.  Sights have been replaced.  Padded sling and swivels added.  Action works OK.  Includes a Monoscope 4X power scope in Weaver flip mounts.  Made from 1912 to 1935.  (C&R) Sold For 325.00

R    197.     Bellmore Gun Co. Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 241854.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  29 1/8” barrels choked improved cylinder with very good bores.  Made by the H & D Folsom Arms Company.  Double triggers and extractors only.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with areas of fine scattered rust.  The receiver shows traces of the original case colors with a little bit of fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some scratches, dings, and loss of finish.  Original butt plate with a LOP of 14¼”.  Action works fine but is slightly loose.  Includes a slip on rubber recoil pad.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    198.     Mossberg Model 500C.  Serial # J626893.  20 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  28” plain barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean to excellent.  60% of the original finish remains on the metal.  The barrel has some bare areas along with fine rust scattered about.  The alloy receiver shows many scratches and dings along with edge wear.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Recoil pad with a LOP of 12¾”.  Action works OK but the safety does not fully engage.  Sold For 160.00

R    199.     Winchester Model 9422 XTR.  Serial # F376912.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle made in 1979.  20½” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with some small dings and areas of fine rust.  The plain high gloss walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with small dings and scratches.  Original front and rear sights.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1972 to 2004.  Sold For 475.00

R    200.     Winchester Model 94 Illinois Sesquicentennial Commemorative.  Serial # IS19505.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action saddle ring carbine made in 1968 to commemorate the 150 years of progress in Illinois.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel and carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original front and rear sights although the front is missing the hood.  A sling and swivels have been added.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 375.00

R    201.     Thompson-Center Model Contender.  Serial # 93050.  .22 RF caliber single shot pistol made in 1978.  10” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  90% to 95% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few small scratches on the barrel and wear on the trigger guard.  The walnut grip and forearm are in good condition with a few dings and scratches.  The base of the grip was cracked and repaired.  Original front sight.  Action works fine.  Includes a Charles Daly 2X power scope in detachable mounts.  Sold For 325.00

R    202.     Uberti – Navy Arms Model Single Action Bird’s Head.  Serial # 142704.  .45 Colt caliber single action revolver.  4¾” barrel with a bore that should clean up OK.  98% of the original finish remains on the metal with mostly just some drag lines on the cylinder.  The case colors on the frame are very good.  This revolver features a bird’s head grip frame.  The 1 piece wooden grips are in very good condition with some small scratches.   Action works fine.  Sold For 350.00

R    203.     Iver Johnson Model Safety Automatic Hammerless 3rd Model.  Serial # D63013.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject hammerless revolver.  3¼” barrel with a rough bore.  90% of the original nickel finish remains on the metal with some scratches and scattered flaking.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with only slight wear.  Action works fine.  Made from 1909 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    204.     Winchester Model 62.  Serial # 23309.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle made in 1935.  23” round barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal has started to turn to a brown patina.  The barrel and magazine tube show traces of blue while the receiver is mostly brown with some areas of light finish.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with small dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1932 to 1958.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R    205.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2060694.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1954.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  90% of the original bluing remains on the metal with small dings, scratches, and spots of rust scattered on the barrel, magazine tube, receiver, and lever.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with scratches and dings.  The rear sight has been replaced and the front sight is missing the hood.  The receiver has 2 extra holes on the left side for a scope mount.  Sling swivels have been added although the one in the butt is missing.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 325.00

R    206.     Remington Model 760.  Serial # A7133232.  .30-06 caliber pump action rifle made in 1976.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  90% of the original finish remains on the metal with a few dings and scratches on the barrel and some areas of fine rust on the receiver.  The press checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings, scratches, and areas on the butt stock where the finish has started to lift.  The stock has been sanded at the butt plate and has had extra finish applied.  Original sights.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  Includes a Weaver scope base.  Made from 1952 to 1980. Sold For 350.00

R    207.     J.C. Higgins Model 103.229.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made for Sears, Roebuck, & Co. by Marlin.  Tubular magazine.  85% of the finish remains on the metal with a few scratches on the barrel along with some thinning finish on the receiver.  The hardwood stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Original sights.  Sling swivels installed.  Receiver grooved for a scope.  Action works fine but safety does not function properly.  Sold For 65.00

R    208.     High Standard Model 514.  Serial # NSN.  16 Ga. bolt action single shot shotgun made in 1967.  26” barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  95% plus of the finish remains on the metal with just a few small scratches on the barrel.  The hardwood stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Action works fine.  Sold For 65.00

R    209.     J.C. Higgins Model 103.18.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Made for Sears, Roebuck, & Co. by Marlin.  95% plus of the finish remains on the metal with only a few small marks.  The hardwood stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Front and rear sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 75.00

R    210.     Marlin Model 780.  Serial # 26544602.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  95% plus of the finish remains on the metal.  There were some rust spots on the barrel that were cleaned and the metal refinished.  The hardwood stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Front and rear sights.  Receiver grooved for a scope.  Action works fine. Sold For 140.00

R    211.     J. Stevens Arms Model Single Shot.  Serial # MQ973.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  29¾” barrel choked improved modified with a very good bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good condition.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition.  Original butt plate shows wear.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 75.00

R    212.     Colt Model Official Police.  Serial # 925666.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made in 1968.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  Fixed sights.  60% to 65% of the original finish remains on the metal.  There is a lot of holster wear on the barrel and cylinder and fine rust on the grip frame.  The original grips which are correctly numbered to the gun are in fair condition also showing wear.  Action works fine.  Includes a black leather belt and holster and the purchase paper from the Pennsylvania State Police.   Sold For 350.00

 

                                                                                           

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  1. Tray lot – Various loose ammunition including .303 British, 7.65x54mm, 9mmBR, .45 Colt, and some bullets. Sold For 40.00
  2. (4) Binoculars- Sears 7x35mm, Tasco 7x35mm, Nikon 7x35mm, and JC Penney 7x35mm. Sold For 55.00
  3. Tray lot – Various bullets, some ammunition, primers, and pellets. Sold For 30.00
  4. Tray lot – Various gun parts including M1 carbine and 9mm magazines, scope mounting rings, choke tubes, and other parts. Sold For 65.00
  5. Tray lot – (9) Boxes of Remington and Hornady 6.8mm SPC ammunition with some brass. Sold For 85.00
  6. (2) Matte black rifle scopes- Tasco 3-9x50 and Alaskan Guide 6x44. Sold For 65.00
  7. Tray lot – Various ammunition and some brass for .35 Rem, .243 Win, .43 Spanish, .45-70 Govt, .444 Marlin, and others. Sold For 40.00
  8. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 17.50
  9. Tray lot – (10) Boxes of mostly .30 Carbine ammunition. Sold For 70.00
  10. Tray lot – Various gun parts including a .223 high capacity magazine, (3) Savage mod. 412F 410ga. inserts, speed loader, grips, and screws. Sold For 130.00
  11. Tray lot – (12) Boxes of 6.5mm swede and mannlicher ammunition. Sold For 70.00
  12. (4) Rifle scopes- Redfield 3-9x, Simmons 3-9x40WA, and others. Sold For 80.00
  13. Tray lot – (7) Boxes of .45 Colt ammunition and some brass. Sold For 65.00
  14. Tray lot – Mostly reloading accessories including a powder measure, case trimmer, lube pads, and much more. Sold For 40.00
  15. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .204 Ruger, .222 Rem, .45 Auto, .38 ACP, .22, and others. Sold For 70.00
  16. (3) Redfield 3-9x rifle scopes- one has a defective elevation. Sold For 75.00
  17. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition, some brass and bullets for .30-40 Krag, .308 Win, .284 Win, 9.3x72R, and others. Sold For 60.00
  18. Tray lot – Reloading accessories including an RCBS JR2 press, powder measures, lead shot, and others. Sold For 65.00
  19. (5) 7.62x39 and .223 AK-47 high capacity magazines. Sold For 35.00
  20. Tray lot – Various bullets and loose .218 Bee ammunition. Sold For 55.00
  21. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for 5.56x45 Nato, .22-250 Rem, 9mm +P, and others. Sold For 45.00
  22. Vintage Remington UMC ammo box filled with various boxes of fired brass. Sold For 85.00
  23. Tray lot – (11) Boxes of .32 long colt and (1) box with .32 short colt ammunition and some brass. Sold For 240.00
  24. Tray lot – Mostly gun parts and reloading accessories including dies, gunstock bedding kit, bullet puller, and others. Sold For 35.00
  25. (4) Rifle scopes- Bushnell Banner 3-9x, Bushnell 3-9x40, Bushnell Buckhorn 4x32, and tasco 3-7x20. Sold For 225.00
  26. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .450 Corto, .30 Carbine, .38 Special, .45-70 Govt, and others. Sold For 10.00
  27. Tray lot – Medalist 84 binoculars, Monolux spotting scope, Bush scope, and tripods. Sold For 15.00
  28. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .25-20 Win, 8mm Lebel, .250 Savage, .30-30 Win, and others. Sold For 50.00
  29. (3) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 25.00
  30. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .30-30 Win, .44 Rem Mag, .45 Colt, .38-55 Win, and others. Sold For 50.00
  31. (8) Various magazines for an AK-47, M1 Carbine, Ruger 10-22, and others. Sold For 35.00
  32. Tray lot – Various bullets for 7mm, .32-40, .348 Win, .32, and others. Sold For 40.00
  33. (2) Winchester and Benelli knockdown hard cases. Sold For 80.00
  34. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .45-70 Govt, .25-35 Win, .33 Win, .22-250 Rem, and others. Sold For 55.00
  35. R.A. Litschert 20x spot shot target scope. Sold For 450.00
  36. (4) Thompson magazines- Auto Ordnance drum magazine and (3) high capacity stick magazines. Sold For 275.00
  37. Italian made shoulder stock for a percussion revolver. Sold For 70.00
  38. (2) Custom made bone handled skinner knives with sheaths- one has a Damascus steel blade. Sold For 45.00
  39. Custom made bone handled dagger and sheath- contains a Damascus steel blade. Sold For 25.00
  40. (2) CFK custom made skinner and hunting knives with sheaths- one has a Damascus steel blade. Sold For 45.00
  41. (2) CFK custom made hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 45.00
  42. (2) Collectable Uncle Henry limited edition knife sets- 6 folding knives total. Sold For 35.00
  43. Bag lot – (3) Folding knives- Case “Trapper”, German “Hen & Rooster”, and German “Crowing Rooster”. Sold For 40.00
  44. (2) Collectable Old Timer limited edition knife sets- 6 folding knives total. Sold For 40.00
  45. Tray lot – (3) Kissing Crave brand folding knives, Case bottle opener, and iron rooster wall mount bottle opener. Sold For 40.00
  46. Tray lot – Old Timer limited edition knife set, Colt Black Stag folding knife, and a Boker Tree Brand folding knife. Sold For 50.00
  47. Framed watercolor scene of Ruddy Ducks and Mergansers dated 1950. Sold For 1.00
  48. Framed scratch art of Raccoons by A. Lamay. Sold For 7.50
  49. (2) Framed artwork- Print called “Sundown” and a pencil drawing of Cambridge Harbor by John Moll. Sold For .50
  50. Framed print of Pintails by Robert Hilty 1985. Sold For 1.00
  51. Stemmler “Stalker” 54 inch recurve bow. Sold For 45.00
  52. Tray lot – Outers shotgun cleaning kit and partial boxes 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 5.00
  53. (4) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 35.00
  54. M-1 Garand rifle stock and a Winchester mod. 77 rifle barrel. Sold For 45.00
  55. Tray lot – Various leather and nylon holsters and belts. Sold For 22.50
  56. (2) Sheath knives- US Utica fighters knife and a Buck 119 both with sheaths. Sold For 55.00
  57. Tray lot – Various gun and military accessories including a signal kit, navy flare, shooting glasses, spring kits, police organizer, and other items. Sold For 15.00
  58. Eddystone US mod. 1917 Remington bayonet with scabbard. Sold For 110.00
  59. WWII style Army jackets and overcoat. Sold For 4.00
  60. (2) Custom made Damascus steel sheath knives- one by Stag Edge. Sold For 45.00
  61. (2) Custom made Damascus steel chef and skinner knives with sheaths. Sold For 55.00
  62. (2) Custom made bowie or hunting knives with sheaths- one with a Damascus steel blade. Sold For 25.00
  63. (2) Custom made iPak Survival knives with sheaths. Sold For 20.00
  64. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .30-06 Springfield, .30-06 ball, and .25-06 Remington. Sold For 90.00
  65. French mod. 1866 chassepot sword bayonet. Sold For 40.00
  66. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for 7mm Rem. Mag and 8mm Mauser. Sold For 90.00
  67. Tray lot – Various leather holsters including (2) Bianchi Ruger 9 ½” and 7 ½” revolver holsters and a Colt. Sold For 90.00
  68. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .30-30 Win. and .300 Savage. Sold For 45.00
  69. (3) Case knives- Case “Kodiak” stag knife with sheath and (2) folding knives. Sold For 90.00
  70. Tray lot – (10) Boxes of Sears and Western 12ga. and 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  71. (4) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 22.50
  72. (3) Rifle scopes- Tasco 4x32mm, Tasco 7x32mm, and Bushnell 4x Banner. Sold For 30.00
  73. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .308 Win and .35 Remington. Sold For 55.00
  74. (3) Vintage pellet pistols by Benjamin Franklin mod. 110 and 112, also a Crosman 130. Sold For 50.00
  75. Tray lot – (16) Boxes of Federal 3inch Magnum 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  76. Tray lot – (6) Hunting and folding knives by Sharp, Schrade, Western, and others. Sold For 50.00
  77. Oneida “Eagle” compound bow with various attached accessories. Sold For 120.00
  78. French mod. 1866 chassepot sword bayonet. Sold For 35.00
  79. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .45-70 Govt, .30-40 Krag, 6.5x55mm, and 7.62x39mm Soviet. Sold For 140.00
  80. Box lot – Leather saddlebag, whip, pouch, and duffle bag. Sold For 20.00
  81. Tray lot – Various hunting and folding knives by Case, USN, and others. Sold For 45.00
  82. (4) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 25.00
  83. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .357 Mag, .380 auto, .32 S&W, .25 auto, .45-70 Govt, and .30 Carbine. Sold For 50.00
  84. Tray lot – Many collectable and other folding knives, also a John Deere pocket watch. Sold For 30.00
  85. Ben Pearson “Shadow 300” compound bow including a box of Easton arrows. Sold For 40.00
  86. Tray lot – SKS 30 round magazines, ammo box, powder flask, and other accessories. Sold For 20.00
  87. Tray lot – (9) Boxes of various 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 40.00
  88. Tray lot – Various scopes and mounts including a BSA red dot, Famous Trails night vision, and Bushnell Phantom. Sold For 55.00
  89. Hard long gun case including (2) soft cases. Sold For 30.00
  90. Tray lot – Reloading dies for a .250 savage, derringer kit, and various cleaning supplies. Sold For 90.00
  91. Tray lot – Various boxed shotgun shells and slugs. Sold For 20.00
  92. Eddystone US mod. 1917 Remington bayonet with scabbard. Sold For 150.00
  93. Tray lot – Crosman air revolver, Powerline air pistol, and various targets. Sold For 15.00
  94. Bag lot – (6) Folding knives by Case, Schrade, Buck, and Kent. Sold For 35.00
  95. Tray lot – Various fired brass, mostly .250 Savage. Sold For 75.00
  96. Box lot – (4) Rifle scopes including a Weaver and Lyman, also various gun sleeves. Sold For 65.00
  97. Black Hawk “Short Bee” 60inch recurve bow. Sold For 65.00
  98. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass for .250 Savage and .257 Roberts. Sold For 110.00
  99. Wooden ammo crate and a box of various gun cleaning supplies. Sold For 15.00
  100. (2) Custom made skinner knives with sheaths- one with a Damascus steel blade. Sold For 35.00
  101. (2) CFK custom made double edge dagger and hunting knife with sheaths. Sold For 40.00
  102. (3) Custom made Damascus steel folding and skinner knives with sheaths. Sold For 65.00
  103. (2) Custom made Damascus steel skinner knives with sheaths. Sold For 45.00
  104. Crosman mod. 160 pellet rifle. Sold For 50.00
  105. Approx. 1000 rounds of .38 Special fired brass. Sold For 15.00
  106. (6) Various Pro Mag .223 AR-15 magazines. Sold For 35.00
  107. Bear “Grizzly” 58inch recurve bow with attached arrows. Sold For 130.00
  108. Modern wooden Winchester shotgun cartridge box. Sold For 40.00
  109. Tray lot – (16) Boxes of various vintage shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  110. Box lot – Military cleaning kits and other military related accessories. Sold For 120.00
  111. Tray lot – (14) Boxes of various vintage 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 60.00
  112. Tray lot – Various lead bullets, .45 M1911 cartridges, musket caps, and single shot. Sold For 30.00
  113. Tray lot – Winchester reloading tool, brass shotgun shells, lettering stamp kit, and others. Sold For 130.00
  114. Tray lot – Various ammunition, buckshot loads, pistol primers, and targets. Sold For 55.00
  115. Tray lot – Various vintage leather holsters. Sold For 50.00
  116. Box lot – Mostly shotgun related accessories including butt stocks, gun parts, grips, and other items. Sold For 75.00
  117. Tray lot – (2) Tasco and Weaver rifle scopes and (2) Barrels including a Remington mod. 17. Sold For 25.00
  118. Tray lot – Various revolver and pistol grips. Sold For 80.00
  119. Box lot – Various leather holsters and cartridge belts. Sold For 75.00
  120. Box lot – Dillon CV-500 cartridge vibrator and a set of Brownell’s screwdrivers. Sold For 110.00
  121. Tray lot – Various boxed 12ga. rifled slugs. Sold For 35.00
  122. Tray lot – (5) Reloading die sets for .45 ACP, .375 H&H, .30-06, .243 Win, and a .308 seating die. Sold For 50.00
  123. Midway cartridge vibrator with extra tub and a cartridge media separator. Sold For 60.00
  124. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .308 and other handgun ammunition. Sold For 95.00
  125. Hardware cabinet full of various gun parts. Sold For 330.00
  126. (2) Military ammo cans containing 38 cal. bullets. Sold For 35.00
  127. Heavy bullet trap and a box of various firearm related books. Sold For 75.00
  128. Box of various primers and a grouping of cleaning rods. Sold For 25.00
  129. (4) Wooden wall mount gun racks. Sold For 5.00
  130. Large double gun case. Sold For 25.00
  131. MEC 600 “Jr.” 20ga. reloading press. Sold For 55.00
  132. (2) Gun stocks- Mauser mod. 98 thumb hole and one un-cut. Sold For 45.00
  133. MEC 12ga. resizing press. Sold For 35.00
  134. (2) Boxes – Various shotgun wads. Sold For 30.00
  135. Dillon .45 ACP reloading press. Sold For 190.00
  136. (2) CFK custom made hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 40.00
  137. (2) Custom made Damascus steel skinner and hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 45.00
  138. (3) Custom made Damascus steel folding knives with sheaths. Sold For 50.00
  139. (2) Custom made Damascus steel sheath knives. Sold For 40.00
  140. Hawke Optics “Sidewinder 30” 6-24x56 SR Pro IR rifle scope in original case. Sold For 340.00
  141. Johnny Stewart Gallows electronic game caller NIB. Sold For 120.00
  142. Bushnell Banner 6-18x50 matte black rifle scope. Sold For 75.00
  143. Tray lot – (3) Knives- Survival knife with sheath and (2) hunting and fillet knives. Sold For 10.00
  144. Purple tackle box full of lures, weights, and various tackle. Sold For 7.50
  145. (2) Rifle scopes- Simmons 3-9x32 .22 Mag w/ box and BSA 3-9x40 SP. Sold For 70.00
  146. Johnny Stewart Gallows electronic game caller NIB. Sold For 110.00
  147. (2) Soft and hard gun cases. Sold For 17.50
  148. (10) Boxes of various 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  149. Tray lot – Muzzeloading accessories including smokeless powder, powder flask, .50 bullets, booklet, and funnel. Sold For 15.00
  150. Gun Guard long gun case. Sold For 20.00
  151. (2) Orvis fly rods and cases- Orvis Clearwater 9ft. and Orvis Golden Eagle 8ft. Sold For 180.00
  152. Lg. framed fly fishing picture of various related supplies. Sold For 25.00
  153. Tray lot – Various handgun ammunition including .380 auto, .45 auto, and 9x18mm. Sold For 35.00
  154. (4) Various bamboo and fiber glass fly rods by Montague, Wright & McGill, and others. Sold For 75.00
  155. Shakespeare Archery “The Necedah” 58inch recurve bow. Sold For 60.00
  156. Framed PA Fish & Boat patches 1991-95 and a framed fly fishing print by Dianne Krumel. Sold For 7.50
  157. (2) Orvis fly rods and cases- Orvis Fiber Glass 7 ½ ft. and Orvis Powerflex 7 ½ ft. Sold For 170.00
  158. Vintage Bear “Whitetail Hunter” compound bow and soft case. Sold For 15.00
  159. Tray lot – (3) Fly reels by South Bend, Pflueger, and Johnson, also a carved trout and net wall hanging. Sold For 25.00
  160. Sports Afield 100th Anniversary Berkley Pack Rod. *Notes only 1 made* Also (2) empty rod cases. Sold For 60.00
  161. (2) Custom made skinner and hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 45.00
  162. (3) Matching custom made hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 50.00
  163. (2) Small custom made skinner knives with sheaths- one made by iPak Survival. Sold For 30.00
  164. (2) Custom made Damascus steel knives with sheaths. Sold For 35.00
  165. (4) Various rods with attached spinning, casting, and fly reels. Sold For 15.00
  166. Military ammo can and a box full of .308 Win, .30-06 Sprg, .30-30 Win fired brass. Sold For 80.00
  167. Tray lot – Various tackle, Buck folding knife, ear protectors, and other accessories. Sold For 12.50
  168. Skinning supplies – (2) Skinning boards and various fur stretchers. Sold For 20.00
  169. Trapper’s basket with Estwing hatchet and an antler. Sold For 60.00
  170. Unfinished .30-40 Krag gun stock with hand guard. Sold For 75.00
  171. Romania AK-47 75 round drum magazine. Sold For 95.00
  172. Wooden crate full of Madsen 30 round machine gun magazines. Sold For 210.00
  173. Walnut Springfield Armory M1 Garand rifle stock inspected by G.A. Woody. Sold For 140.00
  174. (3) Rifle stocks- M1 Garand, M1 Garand sporter, and a Mauser. Sold For 70.00
  175. Smith and Wesson Mod. 77A .22 pellet rifle. Sold For 60.00
  176. Walnut Beretta BM59 rifle stock. Sold For 30.00
  177. (3) Custom made hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 35.00
  178. Tray lot – (2) Tactical knives by Survivor and a Top Chef cutlery set. Sold For 25.00
  179. Custom made Damascus steel straight razor and hunting knife- both with sheaths. Sold For 30.00
  180. Tray lot – (2) Tactical knives by Survivor and (5) Straight razors. Sold For 10.00
  181. Vintage split willow and leather fishing creel. Sold For 17.50
  182. Tray lot – (7) Various fishing reels, mostly casting reels by Pflueger, Bronson, Shakespeare, and Mitchell. Sold For 65.00
  183. Tackle box full of various vintage lures, some with boxes, by Heddon and others. Sold For 60.00
  184. Military ammo can full of 20ga. shotshells, slugs, .22 Rim fire, and an ammo pouch. Sold For 75.00
  185. Group of (4) mostly fly rods by Berkley, Pflueger, Garcia, and a Master Graphite C. Sold For 40.00
  186. Box lot – (3) Galvanized minnow buckets and (2) minnow traps. Sold For 5.00
  187. Tray lot – (7) Various fishing reels, mostly fly reels by Martin, Bel Air, Garcia, and others. Sold For 40.00
  188. Soft long gun case. Sold For 10.00
  189. Tray lot – (14) Boxes of Remington 20ga. Game Load shotgun shells. Sold For 80.00
  190. Tray lot – (13) Boxes of Remington and Winchester 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 70.00
  191. Tray lot – (25) Boxes of various .410ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 170.00
  192. Tray lot – (2) Framed tin PA hunters licenses and (2) folding knives. Sold For 17.50
  193. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .270 Win and .243 Win. Sold For 90.00
  194. Tray lot – Many boxes of various 20ga. rifled slugs. Sold For 65.00
  195. Tray lot – (10) Boxes of vintage Western and Remington 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 70.00
  196. Tray lot – Various bullets, ammunition, sabots, and hunting accessories. Sold For 15.00
  197. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .30-30 Win and .35 Whelen. Sold For 150.00
  198. Tray lot – (14) Boxes of various 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 65.00
  199. Tray lot – (14) Boxes of vintage 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 50.00
  200. Box lot –  (2) Soft handgun cases and a leather western holster and cartridge belt. Sold For 17.50
  201. Tray lot – (15) Boxes of various 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 70.00
  202. Tray lot – Many boxes of various Remington and Winchester 12ga. rifled slugs. Sold For 50.00
  203. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .44 Rem. Mag, .45 M1911, .30 Carbine, and a box of brass. Sold For 70.00
  204. Daisy mod. 840 pump-up bb gun. Sold For 10.00
  205. Tray lot – (18) Boxes of various 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 75.00
  206. Tray lot – (13) Boxes of various 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 50.00
  207. Box lot – Various boxed and loose vintage shotgun shells and air shot. Sold For 30.00
  208. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .30-06 Springfield and .300 Weatherby Mag. Sold For 140.00
  209. Tray lot – (14) Boxes and tins of various shotgun shells and slugs. Sold For 75.00
  210. (2) Walnut M1 Carbine rifle stock sets. Sold For 90.00
  211. (5) Boxes of Winchester large pistol primers. Sold For 120.00
  212. Tray lot – Partially full boxes of various ammunition and Accurate No. 9 propellant. Sold For 25.00
  213. Box lot – Various leather and nylon straps, harnesses, belts, and ammo pouches. Sold For 15.00
  214. (3) Walnut M38 Swedish Mauser rifle stocks. Sold For 70.00
  215. Tray lot – Vintage and modern leather and nylon holsters including one with nazi proofings. Sold For 25.00
  216. Rhineland Arms .45acp Mauser conversion kit. Sold For 100.00
  217. Tray lot – Various magazines and a loader for a Beretta 9mm, Savage mod. 23, Colt .45 auto, and others. Sold For 55.00
  218. (2) Walnut Winchester rifle stocks- Mod. 52 pre-A and a Mod. 52D. Sold For 60.00
  219. (7) Boxes of Winchester large rifle primers. Sold For 180.00
  220. Box lot – Various stocks and stock parts to a Winchester mod. 62 and others. Sold For 45.00
  221. Tray lot – (2) Bayonets with scabbards- M1 Garand and a Chinese SKS. Sold For 45.00
  222. Walnut M1 Garand rifle stock set. Sold For 35.00
  223. Box lot – Cast bullet luber, Leupold scope, and an in ground target. Sold For 50.00
  224. Tray lot – Wide variety of loose gun parts and accessories. Sold For 190.00
  225. Tray lot – Thompson Center mould handles, Remington shotshell primers, and a Western sheath knife. Sold For 40.00
  226. Box lot – (18) Boxes of various 12ga. shotgun shells and a can of loose shells. Sold For 45.00
  227. (2) Framed reproduction advertisements for Colt and Remington UMC. Sold For 15.00
  228. Vintage Oneida Stop-Loss traps box full of original traps. Sold For 35.00
  229. (2) Galvanized minnow buckets. Sold For 15.00
  230. Tray lot – Mostly vintage lures, spinning reels, starters pistol, and bb’s. Sold For 55.00
  231. Wooden box with (2) vintage traps- Softcatch coyote trap and a Victor no. 3. Sold For 35.00
  232. Box lot – Beretta handgun case with an extra cylinder, rubber duck decoy, and a Coleman lantern. Sold For 12.50
  233. Tackle box full of many lures and various other tackle. Sold For 65.00
  234. Vintage Peters ammo box full of shotshells, ammo, magazine, collectable shotshell box, and other ephemera. Sold For 35.00
  235. Limited edition “The Winchester Book” hardbound reference by George Madis. Sold For 100.00
  236. (2) Hardbound references- Colt “Single Action” by Dennis Adler and “Steel Canvas” by R.L. Wilson. Sold For 10.00
  237. (2) Hardbound Winchester references- “An American Legend” and “Shotguns” both by R.L. Wilson. Sold For 30.00
  238. Box lot – Various hardbound references on LC Smith, Parker Guns, Browning, D-Day, and a gun sleeve. Sold For 70.00
  239. Crosman Repeat Air 1077 pellet rifle in its original box. Sold For 35.00
  240. Box lot – Mondail .22 blank pistol, crossbow pistol, and an artillery shell. Sold For 30.00
  241. Box lot – (2) Teeco and Consort binoculars, metal tool boxes, and other accessories. Sold For 45.00
  242. Box lot – Various fishing accessories including a Penn Mariner reel, (2) lures, Orvis flies, and Orvis pants. Sold For 65.00
  243. Large wooden equipment crate full of various shotshell casings. Sold For 1.00
  244. Unfinished pair of snow shoes along with (2) empty tackle boxes. Sold For 1.00
  245. Tray lot – Hunting related accessories including many folding knives, military pins, ephemera, and other collectables. Sold For 20.00
  246. Group of (4) hard and soft gun cases. Sold For 15.00
  247. (4) Buckets of 12ga. shotgun shell casings. Sold For .50
  248. Box lot – Various vintage and modern fishing nets along with a military duffle bag. Sold For 25.00
  249. (2) Vintage Dupont explosives boxes, one full of empty ammo boxes. Sold For 10.00
  250. Box lot – Archery quivers, arrows, and an arrow crester. Sold For 30.00
  251. Box lot – (2) SKS stocks, smelting ladles and molds, pouches, and other items. Sold For 1.00
  252. Crate full of fired primers and a large print of Mallards. Sold For 1.00
  253. (4) Buckets full of various shotgun shell casings. Sold For 1.00
  254. Box lot – Military related gear including a trench shovel, canteen, mess kit, apparel, license plats, and other items. Sold For 2.00
  255. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .22 short, .22 long rifle, and a box of 12ga. shells. Sold For 7.50
  256. (2) Vintage wooden Peters 12ga. shell boxes. Sold For 30.00
  257. (2) Vintage wooden Remington shell boxes. Sold For 20.00
  258. Nikon P-223 3X32 Carbine rifle scope. Sold For 70.00
  259. Nikon Monarch 3 5-20x44 rifle scope. Sold For 290.00
  260. Tray lot – (14) Boxes of Sierra bullets for .308 Spitzler, .243 Hollow-Point, .257 Spitzer, and 6mm. Sold For 160.00
  261. Box lot – (10) Cans of Hercules and Hodgdon smokeless powder including a pouch of lead shot. Sold For 30.00
  262. Carved and framed replica of the 1873 Frontier Carbine “The Gun that Won the West”. Sold For 35.00
  263. Tray lot – Various brass including 9mm, .357 Mag, .45 Colt, .22 Hornet, and many others. Sold For 30.00
  264. Tray lot – Mostly Federal boxed small pistol primers. Sold For 85.00
  265. Tray lot – (5) Lyman and RCBS reloading die sets for .30-06, .222 Rem, .243 Win, .22-250, and .308 Win. Sold For 45.00
  266. (3) Leather long gun cases. Sold For 17.50
  267. Tray lot – Various reloading accessories including a vintage Lyman powder measure, bullet puller, mic adjustment screw, pocket reamer, and others. Sold For 60.00
  268. Tray lot – Various brass including 9mm, .38 Special, .357 Mag, and others. Sold For 7.50
  269. Tray lot – Various boxed large and small rifle primers. Sold For 22.50
  270. Tray lot – (9) Cans of various smokeless powder and a tin of lead shot. Sold For 55.00
  271. Lyman 12ga. shotshell reloader and a Lyman Turret press. Sold For 80.00
  272. Tray lot – Various bullets including 38 cal, 357 cal, 44 cal, 6mm, and others. Sold For 80.00
  273. Box lot – Reloading related handbooks and manuals. Sold For 45.00
  274. Tray lot – Boxed Federal large pistol primers. Sold For 45.00
  275. (2) Partially full boxes of Remington trap and skeet targets. Sold For 1.00
  276. Box lot – MEC wad dispenser, shotshell casings, Weaver scope, handgun case, and bore cleaner. Sold For 4.00
  277. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of assorted .40 S&W ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  278. Tray lot – (350) Rounds of 28ga. shotgun shells plus a box of Winchester dummy rounds. Sold For 90.00
  279. Tray lot – (117) Rounds of vintage Winchester and Vawter 10ga. shotgun blanks. Sold For 110.00
  280. Original (5,000) round case of VL “Caseless” .22 ammunition. Sold For 260.00
  281. Tray lot – (200) Rounds of Vawter 10ga. shotgun blanks. Sold For 170.00
  282. Tray lot – (30) Frankford Arsenal plastic ammo boxes- 10mm to .45ACP. Sold For 55.00
  283. Tray lot – (1,500+) Rounds of assorted loose .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Sold For 65.00
  284. Tray lot – (550) Rounds of .32 S&W ammunition. Sold For 75.00
  285. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of assorted .40 S&W ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  286. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of various 20ga. shotgun shells and some slugs. Sold For 70.00
  287. Tray lot – (1,300+) Rounds of various blank ammunition. Sold For 5.00
  288. Tray lot – (260) Rounds of 12ga. rifled slugs and OO buck. Sold For 45.00
  289. Tray lot – (550) Rounds of .32 S&W ammunition. Sold For 85.00
  290. Tray lot – (620) Rounds of various loose 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 60.00
  291. WWII German Nazi African Corp field cap. Sold For 875.00
  292. Vintage UMC box of .38 S&W central fire cartridges. Sold For 10.00
  293. Complete WWI US infantry uniform including an army campaign hat. Sold For 110.00
  294. Bear “Kodiak Hunter” recurve bow including (2) lots of arrows. Sold For 150.00
  295. Tray lot – Various vintage military accessories including canteens, ammo pouches, gas mask, and belt. Sold For 15.00
  296. Plastic sportsman’s case with a Weaver rifle scope, including a leather long gun case. Sold For 10.00
  297. Tray lot – Various ammunition, shotgun shells, brass, and a .223 AK-47 magazine. Sold For 15.00
  298. Box lot – (4) Metal and wooden military ammo boxes. Sold For 30.00
  299. Four place wall mounted gun rack over one drawer. Sold For 15.00
  300. Tray lot – Various gun related accessories including revolver grips, butt plates, G3 and Glock magazines, ammunition, and others. Sold For 30.00
  301. Tray lot – Lyman Ideal No. 45 Lubricator and Sizer, Lee bullet molds, Hoppe’s powder solvent, and a masterbow compass. Sold For 70.00
  302. Tray lot – Wide variety of hunting, fishing, and camping accessories including some pocket knives, fishing reel, lead shot, and others. Sold For 17.50
  303. (2) Boxes – Remington hunting frames and toy revolvers and holsters. Sold For 22.50
  304. Tray lot – Various gun parts including gun stocks and hand guards, Mauser rear sights, wads, booklets, and others. Sold For 22.50
  305. Box lot – Little Bighorn Outdoors turkey vests and other hunting apparel. Sold For 25.00
  306. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .357 hot shots, .30 M3 blanks, .30-06 silver tip bullets, and others. Sold For 55.00
  307. (2) Tray lots – Military related toys, models, cap guns, rifle scopes, and other collectables. Sold For 5.00
  308. Box lot – (2) M1 Garand rifle stocks and a Nazi marked rifle barrel. Sold For 4.00
  309. Tray lot – Various accessories including spurs, stirrups, powder horn parts, scope mount bases, tripod, and others. Sold For 25.00
  310. Box lot – Military related apparel, helmet, and soft cases including (2) handgun cases. Sold For 35.00
  311. Tray lot – Various ammunition, blanks, brass, and percussion caps. Sold For 12.50
  312. Tray lot – Misc. gun parts, machine gun links, gun cleaning brushes, Mauser rear sights, and others Sold For 65.00
  313. (2) Tray lots – Wide variety of hunting and gun related accessories. Sold For 30.00
  314. Box lot – (6) Various gun stocks including a vintage Snider type action with barrel. Sold For 5.00
  315. Display of (8) Hunting Heritage Collection knives by Buck, Case, Bear, Marbles, and Winchester (includes original boxes and sheaths). Sold For 160.00
  316. Box of Remington High Velocity 5mm Magnum ammunition. Sold For 45.00
  317. Leupold Rifleman 3-9x40mm matte black rifle scope in original box. Sold For 180.00
  318. Tray lot – (400) Rounds of .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Sold For 45.00
  319. Weaver Classic Handgun 1.5-4x20mm scope in original box including a Caldwell rifle bipod. Sold For 110.00
  320. Hitler German Youth Dagger RZM M7/80 40 with sheath. Sold For 230.00
  321. Japanese side knife including original wooden black enamel scabbard- missing small knife from scabbard. Sold For 230.00
  322. 1840 foot soldier artillery short sword. Sold For 130.00
  323. Japanese 1888 sword with scabbard- wood missing from grip. Sold For 60.00
  324. 1945 Collins & Co. WWII machete in its canvas scabbard. Sold For 35.00
  325. Large grouping of various rods including some surf, spinning, and push button reels. Sold For 30.00
  326. Black tackle box full of various lures, hooks, line, and other tackle. Sold For 40.00
  327. Tray lot – (4) Spinning reels by Daiwa, Garcia, and Mitchell, including 2 sinker molds. Sold For 40.00
  328. Vintage Bear “Polar II” compound bow with accessories. Sold For 12.50
  329. Large grouping of various rods including some fly and casting reels. Sold For 15.00
  330. Flatware chest full of over (20) Sheath, pocket, and collector knives. Sold For 55.00
  331. Box lot – Fishing related accessories including galvanized minnow buckets and lead sinkers. Sold For 1.00
  332. Tackle box full of various lures, flies, and other tackle. Sold For 30.00
  333. Tray lot – (5) Casting reels by Penn, Ocean City, and Imperial, including some hooks and a fishing machine rod and reel. Sold For 12.50
  334. Large grouping of various rods including some casting and spinning reels. Sold For 30.00
  335. Display case full of tomahawks, hatchet, USMC machete, pouches, bullet mold, and others. Sold For 140.00
  336. Display case full of vintage and PA Game Commission patches, vintage cleaning rod, Western hand trap, and others. Sold For 45.00
  337. Dillon RL 450 reloading press with attached powder system and bar. Sold For 200.00
  338. Tray lot – NcStar 3-9x40mm sporting scope, Hawke tactical red dot scope, and Redfield scope mount base. Sold For 20.00
  339. Box lot – Military gear including an armor protective vest, canteen, medical supply kit, gas mask, and others. Sold For 22.50
  340. Box lot – Plastic cartridge cases, Winchester decal, posters, empty ammo boxes, and shooters bibles. Sold For 15.00
  341. Tray lot – Reloading tools and accessories including Herters mod. 3 press, vintage Pacific C-frame press, Pacific press rams, and others. Sold For 55.00
  342. (3) Large wooden artillery ammo boxes. Sold For 7.50
  343. Hard double capacity long gun case- handle broken. Sold For 10.00
  344. Tray lot – (4) Turkey box and paddle calls- Lynch model 101, Quaker Boy, NWTF 2011 Competition, and Butski. Sold For 25.00
  345. Tray lot – (4) Turkey box calls- NWTF Inaugural Presidents Reception, 25th Anniversary, Lynch model 102, and “The Judge.” Sold For 50.00
  346. Tray lot – (8) Bird and game calls by Olt, Herters, Mallardtone, Faulk’s, and others. Sold For 45.00
  347. Ruger Old Army percussion revolver .45 long colt conversion cylinder. Sold For 70.00
  348. Tray lot – (18) Boxes of various bullets- 38 cal, 32 cal, 22 cal, 9mm, and others. Sold For 140.00
  349. Tray lot – (5) Turkey box and paddle calls- South Land Callers, Competition, and homemade. Sold For 150.00
  350. Tray lot – (4) NWTF Competition and Limited Edition Turkey calls. Sold For 80.00
  351. Tray lot – (10) Bird and game calls by Faulk’s, Knight & Hale, Olt, Lindsey’s, and others. Sold For 45.00
  352. Tray lot – (5) Homemade Turkey box calls. Sold For 35.00
  353. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition and some brass- .30-30 Win, .220 Swift, .222 Rem, .22 Hornet, and others. Sold For 30.00
  354. Tray lot – Various loose reloading dies, die locking rings, shell holder, and others. Sold For 60.00
  355. Tray lot – (5) Turkey box calls- Lynch model 150, Hunter’s Edge, Knight & Hale, Martin Brothers, and one handmade. Sold For 60.00
  356. Tray lot – (7) Friction double glass and slate Turkey calls. Sold For 50.00
  357. Tray lot – (5) Various Turkey calls by Kits, Oakman, Dead Ringer, and others. Sold For 40.00
  358. Tray lot – (5) Turkey box calls- Lohman model 870, Smiths, Kaelin, Gray’s, and one homemade. Sold For 40.00
  359. Tray lot – (2) Buck knives and other folding knives- Buck 105’s, Case, and others. Sold For 40.00
  360. Tray lot – Various loose cartridges including .30-06 and (2) S&W and Bersa magazines. Sold For 35.00
  361. Tray lot – Various accessories including (2) rifle scopes, recoil pads, and a gun cleaning kit. Sold For 40.00
  362. Tray lot – Loose fired brass. Sold For 90.00
  363. Tray lot – Mixed batch of ammunition and brass including .22 Win. Mag, .32 Auto, .380 Auto, 9mm Luger, and other. Sold For 100.00
  364. Tray lot – Vintage and modern ammunition and brass including .38-55 Winchester, .45 Auto, .40 S&W, .38-40 Winchester, and others. Sold For 15.00
  365. Military ammo can filled with loose .30-06 military ammunition. Sold For 100.00
  366. Tray lot – Various ammunition, bullets, and brass Sold For 20.00
  367. Box lot – Misc. gun parts. Sold For 160.00
  368. Military ammo can filled with .30-06 ammunition in garand clips. Sold For 120.00
  369. Box lot – (3) Military ammo cans, vintage Peters .45 Police match boxes and brass, and other brass. Sold For 30.00
  370. MEC Sizemaster shotshell reloader including an extra charge bar and manuals. Sold For 60.00
  371. Tray lot – Various revolver grips, (2) .38-40 cylinders, and .44 lead bullets. Sold For 40.00
  372. (2) Box lots – Empty plastic cartridge boxes, empty ammo boxes, and a Mauser mod. 98 classic unfinished stock. Sold For 120.00
  373. Tray lot – Vintage cartridge boxes of ammunition and blanks. Sold For 160.00
  374. Tray lot – Various collectables including vintage photo cards, advertising, (2) scopes, toy pistol, and others. Sold For 100.00
  375. Box lot – Mostly revolver grips, Winchester forend, S&W boxes, holsters, and others. Sold For 25.00
  376. Tray lot – Vintage powder flasks, percussion cap tins, and others. Sold For 160.00
  377. Tray lot – Various loose cartridges, vintage US shotshells, and other primer tins. Sold For 60.00
  378. Box lot – Various vintage leg traps. Sold For 15.00
  379. Box lot – Hand gun cases, leather holster with cartridge belt, lens caps, and others. Sold For 45.00
  380. (2) Tray lots – Mostly scope mounts and various gun parts. Sold For 25.00
  381. (2) Box lots – Vintage shotshell boxes, Dupont tins, reference books, and other accessories. Sold For 85.00
  382. Wooden ammo crate full of various ammunition and brass including .22, .30-30 Win, .45 Colt, and others. Sold For 45.00
  383. Box lot – (4) Empty metal military ammo cans. Sold For 20.00
  384. Box lot – Mostly 12ga. shotgun shells and slugs. Sold For 20.00
  385. Military ammo can filled with loose .30-06 ammunition. Sold For 10.00
  386. (6) Military metal and plastic ammo cans. Sold For 20.00
  387. Military ammo can filled with various ammunition including .45 ACP, .44 Rem. Mag, and others. Sold For 30.00
  388. Box lot – Mostly 12ga. shotgun shells and slugs. Sold For 25.00
  389. (2) Commemorative Case XX folding knives- Turkey Hunter w/ Zippo and  Bow Hunter. Sold For 130.00
  390. Remington Silver Anniversary bullet knife and a Case Longbeard folding knife. Sold For 160.00
  391. (2) Case XX sheath knives- Elk Hunter and Bear Hunter. Sold For 100.00
  392. (2) Case XX sheath and folding knives- Whitetail Hunter and Trapper. Sold For 110.00
  393. Tray lot – Various ammunition including Winchester .22 WRF, 16ga., and 20ga. shells. Sold For 160.00
  394. (3) Soft long gun cases- One in leather, fully engraved. Sold For 17.50
  395. Tray lot – Various .308 and .32 brass, Weaver rifle scope, patches, prints, and a belt. Sold For 40.00
  396. Gun Guard long gun case. Sold For 35.00
  397. (3) RCBS reloading die sets- 9mm Luger, .25ACP, and .444 Marlin. Sold For 30.00
  398. (4) RCBS and CH reloading die sets- .256 Win, .221 Rem, .243 Win, and .225 Win. Sold For 55.00
  399. (3) RCBS reloading die sets- 7mm/08Rem, 6mm Rem, and .300 WBY Mag. Sold For 50.00
  400. (4) RCBS and Hornady reloading die sets- .300 Win. Mag, .243 Win, 7x61, and .45 ACP. Sold For 55.00
  401. Tray lot – (4) Air pistols and revolver including some bb’s. Sold For 45.00
  402. Daisy “Red Ryder” air rifle in the box with a carton of bb’s. Sold For 35.00
  403. Tray lot – Various collectables including pocket knives, patches, and other tools. Sold For 10.00
  404. Daisy “Red Ryder” mod. 1938B air rifle. Sold For 20.00
  405. Tray lot – Various tools and collectables including flashlights, pocket knives, key chains, compasses, and others. Sold For 25.00
  406. Tray lot – Sheath and folding knives, rifle scopes, and a starter’s pistol. Sold For 65.00
  407. (2) Air Rifles- Powermaster 760 bb repeater and a Chinese pellet rifle. Sold For 20.00
  408. Tray lot – Various collectable folding knives. Sold For 15.00
  409. Tray lot – Air pistol and air rifle accessories, some ammunition, primers, and others. Sold For 50.00
  410. (2) Daisy No. 25 air rifles.       Sold For 5.00
  411. Box lot – Various tools and collectables including folding knives, compasses, and others. Sold For 25.00
  412. (2) Daisy air rifles- Daisy mod. 960 and Daisy mod. 880. Sold For 5.00
  413. Storage Bin full of Cutlery sets, vintage cooler, and a Daisy air pistol. Sold For 70.00
  414. Excalibur ExoMax recurve crossbow in a soft case. Sold For 675.00
  415. Aluminum double sided long gun case. Sold For 10.00
  416. Leather knock-down shotgun case along with a bench vice. Sold For 17.50
  417. Tray lot – Various bullets including 6mm and .375. Sold For 85.00
  418. Tray lot – (5) Various reloading dies- .243, .300 WBY, 9mm Luger, .270 Win, and 7x57. Sold For 25.00
  419. Tray lot – Dillon reloading parts including dies, tool heads, and conversion kits. Sold For 120.00
  420. Tray lot – Ammunition and brass including .38 Special +P and 7x57 Soft Point. Sold For 60.00
  421. RCBS Sidewinder electric case tumbler. Sold For 75.00
  422. Tray lot – Various bullets including 6mm and .270. Sold For 60.00
  423. Lee single stage press and loader parts. Sold For 20.00
  424. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .38 Special, .357 Magnum, and .380 Auto. Sold For 40.00
  425. (2) Tray lots – Reloading tools and parts including a case trimmer, powder measure, and loose dies. Sold For 45.00
  426. (2) Tray lots – Mostly reloading tools, parts, and accessories. Sold For 85.00
  427.  Tray lot – Large lot of various ammunition, brass, and bullets including .375, 9mm, and 7x57. Sold For 75.00
  428. Box lot – Misc. gun parts including many springs. Sold For 80.00
  429. MEC 600 Jr. shotshell reloading press with a MEC stacker. Sold For 30.00
  430. RCBS digital scale and a Pact digital powder dispenser. Sold For 90.00
  431. Tray lot – Various ammunition and some brass including .300 Weatherby Magnum, .270 Win, .30-30 Win, and others. Sold For 10.00
  432. Tray lot – Various reloading accessories including dies, auto prime, scale, and micrometer. Sold For 20.00
  433. Box lot – Cartridge trays, stock finishing kit, gun cleaning kit, archery accessories, and other items. Sold For 7.50
  434. Tray lot – RCBS Trim-pro case trimmer, Midway digital caliper, bullet pullers and mold. Sold For 90.00
  435. Tray lot – Various scope mounts, M14 magazines, grips, and other items. Sold For 95.00
  436. Box lot – Various reloading tools including an RCBS partner press, case trimmer, and a Herter’s case length gauge. Sold For 70.00
  437. Trunk full of various smokeless reloading powder and gun cleaners. Sold For 60.00
  438. Box lot – Reloading tools and accessories including a tumbler, powder measure, primer seater, and others.Sold For 60.00
  439. (2) Wooden Mauser rifle stocks. Sold For 15.00
  440. (4) Various US and French military helmets. Sold For 100.00
  441. (2) Wooden Mauser and Jap rifle stocks. Sold For 15.00
  442. Military ammo can full of Junior .22 long rifle rim fire cartridges. Sold For 95.00
  443. (2) Box lots – Firearm related references and Field and Stream Magazines (50’s-70’s). Sold For 20.00
  444. WW2 era naval jackets and several green wool trousers. Sold For 5.00
  445. Box lot – Stoeger’s Shooters Bibles (50’s-60’s). Sold For 30.00
  446. Tray lot – Various vintage ammunition, shells, blanks, brass, and primers. Sold For 40.00
  447. Box lot – Various firearm reference books including Shooter’s Bibles and Traders Guides. Sold For 15.00
  448. Box lot – Vintage soft gun cases, saddle bags, casting reel, and a tripod. Sold For 5.00
  449. (2) Box lots – Various firearm related reference books. Sold For 10.00
  450. Tray lot – Kabar hatchet, other knives, and various collectables. Sold For 50.00
  451. Tray lot – Game related prints and advertising. Sold For 1.00
  452. Box lot – Shooters bibles (40’s, 60’s-70’s). Sold For 30.00
  453. (2) Reproduction tin Federal Hi-Power Shells advertisements. Sold For 10.00
  454. Wooden small arms ammunition crate. Sold For 7.50

 

 

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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.