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R      1.       Winchester Model 70 Super Grade.  Serial # 106949.  .257 Roberts caliber bolt action rifle made in 1949.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The Super Grade upgrades the Standard Model with a marked floor plate, deluxe wood that features a black pistol grip cap and forearm tip, a raised cheek piece, and deluxe wrap around checkering.  This gun has been modified with an engraved floorplate that is not marked with the “Super Grade” stamp.  The grip cap is also engraved.  The fancy walnut stock is most likely a replacement and does not feature the correct wrap around checkering.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some small dings and scratches on the barrel, some slight wear on the receiver, and moderate wear on the bolt handle.  Recoil lug of the receiver marked with an “S”.  Barrel marked “25R 48”.  The checkered fancy walnut stock is in very good condition with a few small dings and some impressions.  Front sight is not the correct Redfield sight but includes the hood.  Rear sight replaced with a flip up.  Original Super Grade sling swivel mounts and swivels.  Winchester red rubber butt pad with a LOP of 13¼”.  Action works fine.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R) Additional Photo Sold For 1,500.00

R        2.     Winchester Model 70 Standard.  Serial # 106306.  .220 Swift caliber bolt action rifle made in 1949.  26” barrel with an excellent bore.  The flash coating that remains on the stainless steel barrel is in very good condition with some scuffs and small spots of rust.  The receiver, bolt handle, and trigger guard and floor plate show slight wear.  The checkered walnut stock is in very good to excellent condition with some dings and impressions. Extra finish may have been applied.  Original steel butt plate.  Original front sight and hood.  Rear sight replaced with a blank.  Original sling swivels replaced with studs.  Action works fine.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition.  (C&R)    Additional Photo Sold For 1,100.00

R        3.     Winchester Model 55.  Serial # 3100.  .30 W.C.F. (.30-30 Win.) caliber lever action takedown rifle made in 1926.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Half-length tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with good original bluing on the barrel along with cold blue on the receiver and lever.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished are in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Rear sight is missing and a receiver sight has been installed.  Sling swivels added.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Approximately 20,500 made from 1924 to 1932.  (C&R)   Sold For 600.00

R        4.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 1362211.  .32 Win. Spl. caliber lever action rifle made c. 1943, 1944.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  Long forearm wood.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some small dings and scratches on the barrel along with some small scratches and carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with some small dings, scratches, and impressions.  Small red plastic plug in stock.  Original serrated butt plate.  Original front and rear sights.  Front is missing the hood.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R        5.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2784544.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1964.  20” barrel with a bore that will clean up to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in fair condition with some scuffs and small scratches on the barrel, magazine tube, and barrel bands.  The receiver is a blackish brown patina with fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and worn finish.  Original butt plate.  Original front and rear sights.  Front is missing the hood.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R        6.     Winchester Model 03.  Serial # 101707.  .22 Winchester Automatic RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1925.  20” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Tubular magazine in the butt stock.  The original finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some spots of wear and rust on the barrel along with scratches and rust on the receiver and trigger guard.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 400.00

R        7.     Winchester Model 36 Shotgun.  Serial # NSN.  9mm RF caliber single shot bolt action shotgun.  17½” round barrel with a slightly rough but clean bore.  The finish on the metal is a light grey patina with some areas of fine cleaned rust.  The gumwood stock was refinished and is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and repaired cracks.  Original worn butt plate.  Action seems to works fine.  Approximately 20,000 made from 1920 to 1927.  (C&R) Sold For 400.00

R        8.     High Standard Sport King Model 103.  Serial # 2113166.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in 1969.  6¾” tapered barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with most of the wear being on the grip frame and on the barrel.  The original plastic grips are in very good condition with minimal wear.  Action works fine.  Includes an extra 4½” tapered barrel in very good condition.  Sold For 290.00

R        9.     High Standard Model Flite King Model 102.  Serial # 873955.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in 1958.  6¾” tapered barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some high edge wear, some muzzle wear, and wear on the front and rear portion of the grip frame.  The original plastic grips are in very good condition with minimal wear.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 325.00

R      10.     J. Stevens Arms Model Offhand No. 35.  Serial # 40028A.  .22 RF caliber single shot tip up pistol.  8” part octagon/part round barrel with an excellent bore.  The blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some wear at the muzzle and a few small spots of rust on the frame.  The walnut grips are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original rear sight.  Lyman front sight.  Action works fine.  Made c. 1923 to 1942.  (C&R) Sold For 210.00

R      11a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model 1900.  Serial # 55881.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Built on the small frame with a 5 shot cylinder.  Some of the original nickel finish remains on the metal but most of it has been cleaned.  There are a few small areas of pitting and rust.  The hard rubber grips are in poor condition with the left being broken and both showing wear.  Action works but cylinder is loose.  Made from 1900 to 1941.  (C&R)

R      11b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model 1900 Target.  Serial # 29498.  22 RF caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a good bore.  Built on the small frame, it has a 7 shot cylinder.  The finish on the metal is a total brown patina with areas of fine rust.  The checkered wooden grips are in fair condition with dings and wear.  Action works but in double action only.  Made between 1925 and 1928.  (C&R)   Sold For 60.00

R      12.     Winchester Model 60.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  23” barrel with a bore that could clean to excellent.  The metal has been refinished a matte grey and is in good condition with some small spots of rust and some underlying pitting.  The original wooden stock has been refinished and is in good condition with some small dings.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1930 to 1934.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R      13.     Remington Model No. 4 Rolling Block.  Serial # 163463.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22½” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with a fine rust and dings scattered on the edges of the barrel.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1890 to 1933.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      14.     Winchester Model 90.  Serial # 315780.  .22 Winchester Rimfire caliber pump action rifle made c. 1907.  23” round barrel with a good bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some scuffs and small rust spots on the barrel along with some cold blue on the receiver.  The barrel and receiver section is from a later gun.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1890 to 1932.  (C&R)  Sold For 220.00

R      15.     J. Stevens Arms Model No. 80 Gallery.  Serial # 25188.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  24” barrel with a good bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with small areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock has some repaired damage at the toe and a surfer’s cross etched on the left side.  Original butt plate.  Both sights present.  Action works fine.  Made from 1906 to 1910.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R      16a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a good bore.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some small dings and some areas of fine rust.  The wooden plank style stock has been refinished and is in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Adjustable rear peep sight.  Action works OK.  Made from 1924 to 1931.  (C&R)

R      16b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that could clean up to good.  The metal is in poor condition being covered with a fine to medium rust.  The wooden plank style stock is in fair condition but is cracked on both sides of the wrist.  Original sights.  Action does not work properly as bolt will not rise completely to allow gun to fire.  (C&R)  Sold For 130.00

R      17.     Winchester Model 1904.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a light brown patina with areas of light to medium rust.  The wooden stock is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate and trigger guard.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1904 to 1931.  (C&R)   Sold For 110.00

R      18.     J. Stevens Arms Model 44 Ideal.  Serial # 47342.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  24” part round/part octagon heavy barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with a fine patina starting on the barrel and a darker brown patina on the receiver and lever.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the upper tang.  The forearm has a fine crack at the rear.  Rear sight most likely a replacement.  Original crescent butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1894 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 220.00

R      19.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # Y13.  .32 Long RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with some small scuffs, scratches, and a few rust spots.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate.  Front sight replaced.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

R      20.     Winchester Model 1890.  Serial # 378242.  .22 RF Long caliber pump action rifle made c. 1908.  23½” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Tubular magazine.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with some underlying dings.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with the stock being cracked at the wrist and repaired.  Original front sight missing.  Original crescent butt plate.  There is a screw missing on both the upper and lower tang.  Action works but hammer will follow bolt when closing.  Made from 1890 to 1932.  (C&R)  Sold For 230.00

R      21a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arm Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  20” round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with small rust spots on the barrel and a brown patina and rust spots on the receiver.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings, scratches, and spots of finish loss.  Extra finish has been added.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R)

R      21b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arm Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  20” round barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal has been refinished and is a coppery brown patina with small spots of underlying pitting on the receiver.  The wooden stock and forearm are in good condition.  The stock appears to be a replacement.  Original front and rear sights.  Bolt handle replaced.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 200.00

R      22a.   First of a lot of 2: 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 rough bore.  All Hamilton 27’s with short barrels have been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also made of sheet steel.  The metal is in fair condition with some original blue remaining but it is covered with areas of fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings.  Stock screw replaced.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R)

R      22b.   Second of a lot of 2: 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 rough bore.  As stated above, the barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also made of sheet steel.  The metal is in poor condition with a fine to medium rust covering the surface.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      23a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # Y240.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with some small dings and underlying pitting.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Both sights replaced.  Firing pin is missing.  Action works OK.  (C&R)

R      23b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # P992.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with fine to medium rust spots covering the surface.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is loose because the lower tang has been trimmed.  Original butt plate is broken.  Both sights missing.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R      24a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # M134.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with small rust spots on the barrel and the receiver being a brown patina with fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with a few dings and scratches.  There is some damage at the toe.  Original butt plate is damaged at the toe.  Original rear sight.  Front sight replaced.  Action works fine and is tight.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R)

R      24b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # E195.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” round barrel with a rough bore that might clean up a little better.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with the barrel being cold blued and the receiver being a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in poor condition with some dings and large repaired cracks.  Original butt plate.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R      25.     Winchester Model 06.  Serial # 770468.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle made c. mid 1930’s.  20” round barrel with a very good bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with a light brown patina and small areas of rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and a crack at the heel.  Forearm and butt plate are replacements.  Action works fine.  Made from 1906 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      26.     Remington Model 760 BDL Deluxe.  Serial # 7374389.  .30-06 caliber pump action rifle made in 1973.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some scratches on the barrel along with some slight carry wear and small rust speckles on the receiver.  The basket weave checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Front sight blade is broken.  Rear sight blade is missing.  Sling swivels.  Left hand safety.  Action works fine.  Includes a Nikon Prostaff 3X to 9X power scope in detachable mounts. Sold For 400.00

        27.     Thompson-Center Model Omega RealTree Hardwoods Inline.  Serial # S36586.  .50 caliber black powder inline muzzleloading rifle.  28” barrel with a bore that is dirty but should clean up pretty good.  Stainless steel with a synthetic stock that is covered with RealTree camo.  Uses a 209 shotgun primer for ignition.  The brushed finish on the barrel is in very good condition with a few scuffs and scratches.  The synthetic stock is in excellent condition with little wear.  Recoil pad and sling swivels.  Fiber optic front sight.  Rear sight missing.  Action works OK.  Includes a Buck Ridge Horizon 3X to 9X power scope and a padded sling. Sold For 180.00

        28.     Thompson-Center Model Omega Inline.  Serial # S38714.  .50 caliber black powder inline muzzleloading rifle.  28” barrel with a very good bore.  Stainless steel with a laminated wood stock.  Uses a 209 shotgun primer for ignition.  The brushed finish on the barrel is in very good condition with some scuffs, scratches, and some fine rust at the breech.  The laminated stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Recoil pad and sling swivels.  Both front and rear sights missing.  Action works OK.  Includes a Nikon 3X to 9X power scope and a padded sling. Sold For 190.00

R      29.     Ruger Model 77 RL.  Serial # 79-79022.  .257 Roberts caliber bolt action compact lightweight rifle made in 1985.  20” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  Tang mounted safety.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some scuffs and small scratches on the barrel along with a few small rust spots on the receiver.  The trigger guard and floor plate show scratches and edge wear.  The checkered walnut stock is in fair condition with small dings, scratches, and areas of lost finish.  Barrel channel glass bedded.  Original Ruger red butt pad.  Original sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.  Includes a Simmons 2.5X to 10X power scope in the Ruger detachable rings.  Discontinued in 1992. Sold For 550.00

R      30.     Ruger Model 77V Varmint.  Serial # 77-86123.  .220 Swift caliber bolt action rifle made in 1984.  26” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few scuffs and scratches on the barrel along with some scratches on the alloy floor plate and trigger guard.  The checkered walnut stock is in good to very good condition showing some dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original red rubber butt pad.  Tang mounted safety.  Action works fine.  Includes a Tasco 6X to 18X power target scope in the original Ruger rings.  Sold For 525.00

R      31.     Winchester Model 12 Trap.  Serial # 1515435.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun made in 1955.  30” vent rib barrel choked modified but marked full with an excellent bore.  The metal has been refinished, most likely when the aftermarket rib was added, and is in good condition with some scuffs, small rust speckles, and areas of wear.  The checkered walnut stock and handguard are in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  The handguard is cracked at the rear.  Morgan butt pad added with a LOP of 14½”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)    Sold For 375.00

R      32.     Ithaca – SKB Model 700 Trap.  Serial # CM714248.  12 Ga. 2¾” over/under shotgun.  30” barrels choked full and improved modified with excellent bores.  Made in Japan for Ithaca by SKB.  Gold single selective trigger.  Automatic ejectors.  Very nicely engraved receiver.  The factory finish on the metal is in very good condition with little wear on the barrels.  The silvered receiver and trigger guard show some tarnishing and wear on the bottom areas.  The finely checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with small dings and impressions.  Original recoil pad.  LOP is 14”.  Action works fine and is tight.  Sold For 675.00

R      33.     Browning Arms Model A-5.  Serial # 355577.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Belgium in 1952.  26” vent rib barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some scuffs and slight muzzle wear on the barrel and some slight wear and a few small rust speckles on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some small dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  LOP is 14”.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R      34.     Savage Arms Fox Model BSE.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1966.  28” vent rib barrels choked full and improved modified with bores that should clean to excellent.  Single trigger and auto ejectors.  The metal is in fair to good condition with some scratches and small rust spots on the barrels along with scratches and wear on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with areas of finish loss.  LOP is 13½”.  Action works fine.  Made from 1966 to 1988.  (C&R) Sold For 375.00

R      35.     Winchester Model 1300 Slug Hunter.  Serial # L2453647.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  22” rifled barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Rifle sights.  The metal is finished in a matte grey and is in very good condition with just a few scratches on the barrel.  The checkered brown laminated stock and forearm are in excellent condition showing no wear.  Recoil pad and sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a padded camo sling and a Bushnell Sportview 3X to 9X power scope in detachable mounts.  Sold For 290.00

R      36.     Metropolitan Arms Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 39694.  .44 XL Shot caliber double barrel hammer shotgun made in Belgium.  26” laminated steel barrels choked cylinder and cylinder with good bores.  The chambers have been lengthened to utilize a .444 Marlin case in making the black powder shotshells.  2 of those loaded shotshells are included.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with large areas of cold blue.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm were refinished and are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 410.00

R      37.     Crescent Firearms Co. Model Quail Hammerless.  Serial # 4645.  .410 Ga. 2½” double barrel shotgun.  26” barrels choked full and modified with very good bores.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The metal has been refinished and is in good to very good condition.  The bluing on the barrels shows slight wear at the breech while the case colored receiver shows underlying pitting.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and impressions.  Action works but top lever is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 650.00 

R      38.     Remington Model 513-T Matchmaster.  Serial # 93644.  .22 RF caliber bolt action target rifle made in 1948.  27” tapered heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  6 shot detachable magazine.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with some scuffs, dull spots, and some fine underlying pitting.  The walnut target stock is in very good condition with some small dings.  Butt plate and sling swivels missing.  Original Redfield rear aperture sight.  Original Redfield front globe sight.  Action works but bolt is a little sticky.  A total of 166,000 made from 1940 to 1968.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R      39.     American Gun Co. Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 133964.  12 Ga. double barreled hammer shotgun.  30” barrels choked full and full with dirty bores that could clean up better.  Barrels marked “Genuine Armory Steel”.  Made by Crescent Firearms c. 1892 to 1930.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The finish on the metal is a blotchy brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R)  Sold For 120.00

R      40.     J. Stevens Arm Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  18” round barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings, scratches, and spots of finish loss.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R      41.     FN Model 1912 New Century Rifle.  Serial # 90818.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  18” barrel with a good bore.  The finish on the metal is a blotchy greyish brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock is in good condition with small dings and scratches.  Stock is marked “Registered Trade Mark” on left side.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works but the gun is missing the extractor.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R      42.     Winchester Model 75 Target.  Serial # 80264.  .22 RF caliber bolt action target rifle.  28” barrel with an excellent bore.  5 shot detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in fair condition with some small scuffs and areas of fine rust scattered over the surface.  The barrel is drilled for scope blocks and the receiver is grooved.  The walnut target stock is in good condition with dings, scratches, and impressions.  Front and rear sights are missing.  Original sling swivels.  Bolt matches receiver.  Action works fine.  Made from 1938 to 1958.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R      43.     Winchester Model 72.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  25” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The metal has been refinished and is in fair to good condition with some areas of fine rust scattered over the surface.  The walnut stock is in fair to good condition with some small dings and scratches.  The stock was broken and repaired at the bolt handle.  Aperture rear sight.  Front sight replaced.  Action works fine.  Made from 1938 to 1959.  (C&R) Sold For 170.00

R      44.     Harrington & Richardson Model Top Snap.  Serial #A111220.  .410 Ga. 2½” single shot shotgun.  26” barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is a greyish brown patina with areas of cold blue and some fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are fair condition with some dings and impressions.  The stock was cracked and repaired at the lower right wrist.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R      45.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The wooden plank style stock was refinished and is in very good condition.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1924 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

        46.     Marlin Model 1894 Standard Rifle.  Serial # 147944.  .25-20 Winchester caliber lever action rifle made in 1897.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Full length magazine tube.  Tang marked “Model 1894”.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina with a few spots of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with some scratches, large dings, and loss of finish.  The forearm has a repair on the left side while the stock is cracked at the upper wrist.  Compass inletted into the left side of stock.  Sling swivel holes in stock and forearm cap.  Blade front sight.  Carbine rear sight.  Action works OK. Sold For 420.00

R      47.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # E684.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” half round/half octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with fine to medium rust spots on the barrel and on the receiver.  The lever shows some medium to heavy rust especially on the bottom.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with scratches and large dings.  Original butt plate.  Original front sight.  Rear sight is broken.  Action works but lever is a little loose.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R)   Sold For 75.00

R      48.     J.C. Higgins Model 101.7.  Serial # NSN.  16 Ga. double barreled shotgun made in 1952.  27¾” barrels choked full and modified with very good bores.  The right barrel appears to have some rust in it.  Made for Sears, Roebuck, and Co. by Savage Arms.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The metal was refinished and is in good condition with a few small rust spots along with some underlying pitting.  The hardwood stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition.  Action is tight and works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 210.00

R      49.     Revelation Model 350.  Serial # P930130.  20 Ga. single shot shotgun.  28” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  Made by Savage/Stevens for Western Auto.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with rust spots on the blued barrel and scratches and wear on the black painted receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with a few dings, scratches, and faded finish.  Trigger guard is broken.  Action works fine.    Sold For 90.00

R      50.     Harrington & Richardson Model 158 Topper.  Serial # AH301381.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun made in 1971.  26” barrel choked modified with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with large areas of cleaned rust on the barrel along with some fine rust on the receiver.  The receiver still shows traces of case colors.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  Sling swivel stud holes in the stock and forearm.  Original recoil pad.  Action works OK but is slightly loose. Sold For 85.00

R      51.     Mossberg Model 500E Home Security.  Serial # L381402.  .410 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  18½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  This shotgun features a compensated spreader choke on the end of the barrel, a 6 shot tubular magazine, a synthetic stock, and a synthetic pistol grip forearm.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with some slide wear on the barrel and some small handling marks on the alloy receiver.  The black synthetic stock and forearm are in good condition with some scuffing and scratches.  Recoil pad.  Action works fine. Sold For 250.00

R      52.     Harrington & Richardson Model Sportsman.  Serial # 53626.  .22 RF caliber double action top ejecting revolver.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  9 shot cylinder.  Adjustable sights.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with a few dings and rust spots.  The receiver and trigger guard have turned to a coppery color.  The one piece checkered walnut grip is in good condition with small dings, scratches, and wear.  The action works OK but top latch lockup is a little loose.  Made from 1932 to 1952.  (C&R)   Sold For 140.00

R      53.     Harrington & Richardson Model 852 Fieldsman.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The metal is in fair condition with the barrel, magazine tube, and bolt handle being painted black.  The receiver is blued with a few small dings and has been drilled for a side mount.  The walnut stock has been refinished and in very good condition with some small scratches.  Rear sight has been removed and replaced with a scope base.  Action works but is a little stiff.  Made from 1952 to 1954.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

        54.     Unknown Maker Percussion Fowler.  Serial # NSN.  20 Ga. (approximately) black powder percussion fowler.  49” part octagon/part round smooth bore barrel.  Overall length is 66”.  Barrel and lock are both unmarked.  The metal is a dark brown patina with a slightly rough surface.  The full length stock is in poor condition with many dings and a couple of cracks.  Toe has been repaired.  Brass butt plate, trigger guard, and ferrules.  Action does not work.  Includes a ramrod. Sold For 330.00

        55.     Unknown Maker Percussion Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .32 caliber black powder percussion rifle.  40” octagon barrel that measures slightly less than 1” across the flats.  Overall length is 57”.  Barrel is unmarked.  Lock is marked “T. Davidson & Co. Cincinnati”.  Double set triggers.  The metal is a dark brown patina with areas of fine rust.  The full length stock is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and missing pieces of wood.  The stock was severed at the wrist and repaired.  Brass butt plate, trigger guard, lock plate, nose cap, and ferrules.  Action does not work.  Includes a ramrod. Sold For 260.00

R      56.     Smith & Wesson Model 36.  Serial # J213289.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver made c. 1973, 1974.  2” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  A compact 5 shot revolver made on the J frame with a round butt.  Pinned barrel.  The original finish on the metal is in fair condition with some wear on the cylinder and the side plate and a portion of the frame being cleaned and cold blued.  The Pachmayr Compac rubber grips are in very good condition with slight wear.  Action works fine.  Includes a nylon belt holster.  Sold For 290.00

R      57.     Ruger Model No. 1-B Standard.  Serial # 130-35322.  .270 Win. caliber single shot rifle made in 1976.  26” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  Barrel marked “Made In The 200th Year Of American Liberty”.  Made without sights.  Quarter rib with integral scope base to mount Ruger rings.  The original finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition with just a few small scratches on the receiver and on the lever.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with a few small dings and impressions.  Original red rubber butt pad.  Sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.  Includes a Simmons 3X to 9X power scope in the original Ruger rings.  Sold For 750.00

R      58.     Winchester Model 1890.  Serial # 104922.  .22 RF Short caliber pump action rifle made c. 1901.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina with areas of underlying pitting.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with the stock being cracked and repaired with screws.  Rear sight is missing.  Original crescent butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1890 to 1932.  (C&R)    Sold For 170.00

        59.     Armi Sport Model 1847 Artillery Musketoon.  Serial # D4922.  .69 caliber black powder percussion rifle made in Italy.  33” rifled barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal is in the white and is in excellent condition with slight wear.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with a few scuffs and scratches.  There is a small chip of wood missing behind the nipple.  A taller sight blade has been added to the front barrel band.  Action works fine.  Includes the ramrod. Sold For 340.00

R      60.     Savage Arms Model 23A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  23” barrel with a fair bore that could clean up better.  Detachable magazine.  The finish on the metal is mostly a brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock is in good condition with dings, scratches, and impressions.  Rear sight is missing.  Action works fine as long as magazine is not inserted too far.  Includes a Tasco 4X power scope in detachable mounts.  Made from 1923 to 1933.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      61.     Savage Arms Model 19 NRA.  Serial # 62929.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  25” barrel with a bore that should clean to very good.  Detachable magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with some scratches and areas of fine scattered rust.  The walnut stock is in poor condition having been cut down at the forearm, altered at the butt plate area, and having a cheek piece added and then removed.  Bothe sights missing, muzzle was threaded.  Action works but will sometimes fire on closing.  Includes a leather sling and swivels and a Tasco 4X power .22 scope (mounted backwards) in a side mount.  Made from 1919 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R      62.     Harrington & Richardson Model 422.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with a thinning finish and spots of rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Rear sight missing the elevator.  Action works but will sometimes lock shut.  Made from 1956 to 1958 for H&R by Noble Firearms Co.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      63.     Winchester Model 37.  Serial # NSN.  20 Ga. single shot shotgun.  28” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in poor condition with scuffs, scratches, and rust spots on the barrel along with some fine rust and carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original butt plate.  Action works but top lever is loose.  Made from 1936 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

        64.     Unknown Maker Percussion Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .44 caliber black powder percussion rifle.  34” octagon barrel that measures slightly less than 1” across the flats.  Overall length is 50”.  Both barrel and lock are unmarked.  This is a barrel, lock, stock, butt plate, and ferrules only.  Barrel and lock show areas of cleaned rust while the stock is worn and missing a piece of wood.  As is. Sold For 170.00

R      65.     Remington Model 870.  Serial # S631672V.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with surface rust on the barrel along with scratches, carry wear, and fine rust on the receiver.  The press checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock shows a little moisture damage at the butt and has a sling swivel stud installed.  Original brown recoil pad.  Action works fine.  Sold For 220.00

R      66.     Spanish Made Model Destroyer Carbine.  Serial # 21577.  9MM Bergman (Largo) caliber bolt action rifle.  21” barrel with a very good bore.  Detachable magazine.  The metal has been refinished and is in good to very good condition with some rust spots near the muzzle and a coppery color to the trigger guard and barrel bands.  The stock has also been refinished and is in excellent condition.  Original sights.  Weaver scope bases installed on the receiver.  Action works fine.  Includes a total of 6 magazines.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R      67.     Spanish Oviedo - Samco Model M1916 Short Rifle.  Serial # OT-51625.  .308 Win. caliber bolt action rifle.  21¾” barrel with a rough bore that might clean up a little better.  These rifles were originally made in 7x57mm caliber and then converted to fire the .308 CETME which was a lower pressure .308 Win. round.  Because this rifle was built on an M1893 action, caution should be used if firing the gun using .308 Win. ammunition.  The metal was refinished and is in very good condition with only a few small marks.  The stock was also refinished and is in very good condition showing a few dings and impressions.  Numbers match.  Action works fine.  Includes the cleaning rod.  (C&R) Sold For 170.00

R      68a.   Iver Johnson Model Champion Top Snap.  Serial # 33620.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked improved cylinder with a good bore.  The finish on the barrel is a brown patina with fine rust covering the surface.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked on the upper and lower left side of the wrist.  Original butt plate.  Action works but top lever does not function correctly.  (C&R)

R      68b.   Iver Johnson Model Top Snap.  Serial # 72675.  12 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked full with a fair bore.  There is no original finish left on the metal.  There are large areas of brown patina and fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  The stock has some fine cracks on the upper and lower wrist.  Recoil pad installed with an LOP of 14”.  Action works but is a little loose.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R      69.     Spanish La Corona – C.A.I. Model FR-8.  Serial # FR8-08065.  .308 Win. caliber bolt action rifle.  18” barrel with an excellent bore.  Receiver marked 1953.  These rifles are arsenal converted Model 1943’s originally made in 8x57mm caliber and then converted to fire the .308 CETME which was a lower pressure .308 Win. round.  The finish on the metal is a fine brown patina that covers the entire surface.  The walnut stock and handguard are in fair condition with many dings and impressions.  Rifle is in full military configuration with matching number bolt.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 320.00

R      70.     Egyptian – C.A.I. Model Hakim.  Serial # 1442.  8MM Mauser caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 round detachable magazine.  Made at the Maadi factory in Egypt, many of these were imported in the late 1980’s.  The military type finish on the metal is in good condition with areas of normal wear.  The wooden stock and handguard are in fair condition with many small and large dings and scratches.  Rifle is in full military configuration and action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 600.00

R      71.     L. C. Smith – Marlin Model LC28-DB Double Barrel.  Serial # 6003479507.  28 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in Spain.  26” solid rib barrels with bores that will clean up to excellent.  The barrels use screw in chokes and come with an improved cylinder and modified choke tube installed.  A full choke tube and wrench is also included.  The polished blue finish on the barrels is in excellent condition with only a small scratch on the underside of the barrels.  The case colored receiver and side plates are in excellent condition.  Gold game scenes on the bottom and sides.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with a few tiny dings and an impression on the left side of the stock.  Single selective trigger and auto ejectors.  Original rubber butt pad.  Action works fine and is tight.  Includes the original box, papers, and choke tube pouch.  Made from 2007 to 2009.     Additional Photo     Sold For 1,050.00

R      72.     Cooey Model Sure Shot.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle made in Canada.  27” barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with scratches, rust spots, and wear on the barrel.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Front and rear sights.  Front sling swivel missing.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 65.00

R      73.     Cooey Model 60.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle made in Canada by Winchester.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with scratches, spots of wear, and areas of fine to medium rust.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and finish loss.  No butt plate.  Front and rear sights.  Receiver drilled for a side mount.  Action works OK. Sold For 100.00

R      74.     Janssen & Son Model Hammer Double.  Serial # 10201.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in Belgium.  30” Damascus barrels both choked modified with slightly rough bores.  Chambers measure 2½”.  The finish on the metal is a blotchy greyish brown patina with spots of fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm show some dings, scratches, and a lot of wear.  One hammer replaced.  Action works but along with the hammers is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R      75.     Winchester Model 04.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with some small scratches and areas of fine rust.  The wooden stock has been refinished and is in fair condition with dings and scratches.  There was some slight damage at the toe.  Original sights, butt plate, and trigger guard.  Action works fine.  Made from 1904 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      76.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # R832.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a good bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with fine rust spots on the barrel along with the receiver and lever being a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Original butt plate is cracked.  Original sights.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 150.00

R      77.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # S188.  .25 Stevens caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with fine rust spots on the barrel and the receiver and lever being a brown patina with fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  There is some damage at the toe.  Butt plate replaced.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

R      78.     Winchester Model 70 Standard.  Serial # 34743.  .30 Gov’t ’06 (.30-06) caliber bolt action rifle made in 1941.  24” barrel with a very good bore that could clean up better.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some small scratches and scattered fine rust on the barrel along with some wear on the receiver.  The floor plate and trigger guard show wear and fine rust.  The receiver has been drilled with 2 holes for a side mount on the left side.  The checkered walnut stock has been refinished and is in good condition with some dings, scratches, and wear.  Original steel butt plate.  Hook type sling swivels.  Rear sight replaced with a Marble’s flip up.  Original front sight and hood.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a Weaver 2.5X power scope in Buehler mounts.  (C&R)  Sold For 625.00

R      79a.   First of a lot of 3: Harrington & Richardson Automatic Ejecting Second Model.  Serial # 91161.  .32 S&W caliber double action top ejecting revolver.  3¼” barrel with a rough bore.  6 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in poor condition with a large areas of fine rust and brown patina.  The original hard rubber grips are in fair condition with dings on the bottom and wear. Action works OK.  This is the 5th variation made from 1897 to 1904.  (C&R)

R      79b.   Second of a lot of 3: Harrington & Richardson Premier Second Model.  Serial # 267889.  .22 RF caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The finish on the metal has been cleaned is a silvery patina with areas of pitting and fine rust.  The hard rubber grips are not original to the gun and are in poor condition with the right grip being broken and repaired.  Front sight missing.  Action does not work.  This is the third variation and was made from 1909 to 1913.  (C&R)

R      79c.   Third of a lot of 3: Harrington & Richardson Automatic Ejecting Third Model.  Serial # 338357.  .38 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3¼” barrel with a fair bore.  5 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in fair condition with scratches and fine rust on the cylinder along with wear and fine rust spots on the barrel and frame.  The hard rubber grips are in poor condition with the right grip being broken and missing a large piece.  Action does not work as it is disassembled.  Most if not all parts are included.  This is the third variation and was made from 1913 to 1915.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R      80a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Range Model.  Serial # 327A.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the engraved metal is in poor to fair condition with fine rust and wear on the frame and rear portion of the barrel.  The original wooden target style grips are in good condition with dings and wear.  Action works but trigger will not return after firing.  Made c. early 1900’s.  (C&R)

R      80b.   Second of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Double Action No. 6.  Serial # 6247.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  6 shot cylinder.  The metal was refinished at one time and is in fair to good condition with a black finish with a few small areas of wear.  The wooden slab grips are replacements and are in good condition.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 55.00

        81a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model Tycoon.  Serial # 25211.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the frame is in good condition with some small scratches and spots of rust.  The cylinder has been cleaned bare.  The blued barrel has wear and fine rust towards the muzzle.  The wooden grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Action works OK.

        81b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model Tycoon.  Serial # 22332.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rusty bore.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in poor condition with rust and flaking covering the most of the gun, especially the cylinder.  The wooden grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Base pin broken.  Action works but cylinder will not rotate.  Sold For 140.00

        82a.   First of a lot of 2: Unknown Maker Model Double Barreled Derringer.  Serial # NSN.  .36 caliber black powder percussion derringer.  3¼” barrels with good smooth bores.  Barrels are manually rotated to fire the pistol.  The frame and barrels are in good condition with a dull brown patina.  The wooden slab grips are in fair condition with slight wear.  Action works OK.  Includes a small laminated wood case.

        82b.   Second of a lot of 2: Unknown Maker Model Screw Barrel Pistol.  Serial # NSN.  .36 caliber black powder percussion single shot pistol.  2” barrel with a rusty bore.  The metal is in fair condition with the barrel being a brown patina and the frame being a grey patina.  The brown plastic grips are in good condition.  Action does not work properly.   Sold For 260.00

        83.     Allen & Thurber Double Action Bar Hammer Pistol.  Serial # NSN.  .36 caliber black powder percussion single shot pistol.  4” part octagon/part round barrel with fair bore.  Barrel marked “Cast Steel”, “1837”, and “Patented”.  Hammer marked “Allen’s Patent”.  Engraved frame.  The nickel finish on the metal is in fair condition with some rust and flaking on the frame, hammer, and rear portion of the barrel.  The trigger guard is missing.  The wooden grips are in fair condition with dings and wear.  Action works fine.  Several thousand were made c. 1830’s up to the Civil War. Sold For 150.00

R      84.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2082293.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1955.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some carry wear and some fine scratches and rust spots on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition with just a few small dings.  The wrist area of the stock has been checkered and a plastic inlay has been added to both sides of the forearm.  A white spacer has been inserted between the stock and butt plate.  Original front and rear sights.  The front is missing the hood.  Sling swivels added.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

R      85.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 1761544.  .32 Win. Spl. caliber lever action rifle made in 1951.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some scuffs on the barrel and scratches, very fine rust, and carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings, scratches, and some finish wear.  Original serrated butt plate.  Original front and rear sights including the hood.  There is white paint on the rear sight which should be easily removed.  Sling swivels installed.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 550.00

R      86.     Voere Voehrenbach Model Titan II.  Serial # 847171.  7mm Rem. Magnum caliber bolt action rifle made in Germany.  25½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  Double set triggers.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some small scratches scattered on the barrel.  The checkered walnut stock features a satin finish, a contrasting grip and forearm cap, and a recoil pad.  The stock is in very good to excellent condition with a few impressions.  Original sights.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a 3X to 9x power scope in claw mounts.  Voere was sold to Mauser in 1990.  Sold For 800.00

R      87.     Winchester Model 1890.  Serial # 463940.  .22 W.R.F. caliber pump action rifle made in 1912.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some fine rust spots scattered over the surface along with some dings near the muzzle.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with some dings and large scratches.  Buckhorn rear sight.  Original crescent butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1890 to 1932.  (C&R)    Sold For 450.00

R      88.     Meriden Firearms Model 10.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF short or long caliber single shot rifle.  22” round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with some fine scattered rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Meriden Firearms was owned by Sears and made guns from 1905 to 1918.  (C&R)     Sold For 70.00

R      89.     Winchester Model 60A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  23” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The majority of the chrome on the bolt is gone.  The walnut stock has been sanded and is in good condition with a few scratches.  Original butt plate with some damage.  Front and rear sights.  Rear missing the elevator.  Action works OK.  Made from 1930 to 1934.  (C&R)  Sold For 110.00

R      90.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # O 733.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in good to very good condition with some dings and fine underlying pitting on the barrel along with a few small rust spots on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Front sight replaced.  Action works but hammer will not stay back.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 70.00

R      91a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # I 698.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a grey patina with areas of cleaned fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock has a fine crack at the lower wrist and has a screw inserted on each side.  Front and rear sights.  Action does not work properly.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R)

R      91b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # N 605.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a good bore.  The blue finish on the barrel is covered with a fine surface rust while the receiver is a brown patina with fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and repairs.  The stock was cracked and repaired with a nail and a screw.  There is some damage at the toe.  Original butt plate is broken.  Front and rear sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 190.00

R      92.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # B 35.  .25 Stevens caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a greyish brown patina with areas of cleaned rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist and has a light carving on each side.  The forearm is damaged on the front left side.  Original well worn butt plate.  Folding globe front sight.  Action works but lever is loose.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R      93.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # V 911.  .32 Long RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a greyish patina with dings, scratches, and fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist and has slight damage at the toe.  Original butt plate with slight damage.  Rear sight missing.  Lever screw replaced.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R      94.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # B 442.  .25 Stevens caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with a few areas of underlying pitting on the barrel.  The receiver and lever are mostly a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition.  A section of wood has been added to the heel of the stock.  Original type butt plate.  Original sights although the front is in backwards.  Screw replaced on left side of receiver.  Action works and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      95.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 1694098.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1957.  28” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good to very good condition with some wear spots and a few spots of rust on the barrel along with a few scratches and carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in good condition with some dings, scratches, and wear.  Hardened recoil pad with a LOP of 13¼”.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R      96a.   First of a lot of 3: Harrington & Richardson Model Victor.  Serial # 8842.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in fair condition with areas of fine rust on the barrel, frame, cylinder, and grip frame.  The hard rubber grips are in poor condition with both being broken at the base.  Cylinder base pin broken.  Action works OK.  Made from 1913 to 1936.  (C&R)

R      96b.   Second of a lot of 3: Harrington & Richardson Model Young America Safety Hammer.  Serial # 569.  .32 S&W caliber double action revolver.  2” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Spurless hammer.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in good condition with some scratches and areas of fine rust.  The hard rubber grips are in very good condition with normal wear.  Action works but cylinder will sometimes not rotate.  Made from 1905 to 1939.  (C&R)

R      96c.   Third 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.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in excellent condition with some wear on the cylinder and the grip frame.  The original hard rubber grips are in very good condition with slight wear.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1935.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R      97.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # Z 43.  .25 Stevens caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a good bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with a fine surface rust.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Original butt plate shows wear.  Original sights.  Action works but lever is loose.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R      98.     Winchester Model 1890.  Serial # 185675.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle made c. 1903.  24” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  Original barrel has been replaced with a Numrich Arms barrel.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with very good blue on the barrel, magazine tube, and crescent butt plate with a few small spots of rust.  The receiver has a blackish brown cold blue appearance with some dings and scratches.  The walnut stock and forearm appear to be new replacements and are in excellent condition with little wear.  Original rear sight.  Front sight is in backwards.  Numbers do not match on front and rear half.  Action seems to work OK.  Made from 1890 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 240.00

R      99.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # 4 82.  .32 Long RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a greyish brown patina with some dings and areas of cleaned rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and missing small pieces of wood.  The stock has a fine crack at the upper wrist.  Original butt plate is missing.  Front sight replaced.  Action works OK and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    100.     Winchester Model 1902.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot bolt action rifle.  18” round barrel with a very good bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with some small dings, scratches, fine rust, and some fine underlying pitting.  The gumwood stock has been refinished and is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Action works OK.  Made from 1902 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

      101.     Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889 Rifle.  Serial # 32298.  7.5x55mm Swiss caliber straight pull bolt action rifle made in Switzerland.  22½” barrel with a good bore.  Detachable magazine not included.  The military finish on the metal shows wear on the receiver and spots of rust scattered on the surface.  The stock has been cut down and has the usual scratches and dings from military use.  Handguard is missing.  Action works fine and the numbers match.  Includes a canvas sling.  This rifle was originally designed for black powder and should not be fired with modern ammo.  Sold For 130.00

R    102.     Harrington & Richardson Hammerless Second Model.  Serial # 93675.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3¼” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up OK.  6 shot cylinder.  The original blue finish on the metal is in poor condition with spots of fine rust covering much of the surface.  The hard rubber grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather flap holster.  This is the 3rd variation and was made from 1909 to 1912.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R    103.     Smith & Wesson Model 19-3.  Serial # K903495.  .357 Magnum caliber double action revolver made in 1969.  6” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  This gun was made on the K target frame and features a square butt, a pinned barrel, and a recessed cylinder.  The original blue finish on the metal is in excellent condition with just a few tiny marks on the bottom of the trigger guard.  The wooden target grips are in very good condition with a little wear on the bottom sides.  Adjustable sights.  Action works like new.  Includes the original box, instructions, and cleaning tools.  Sold For 725.00

R    104.     High Standard Model W-106 Double-Nine Convertible.  Serial # M007667.  .22 RF/.22 WMR caliber double action revolver.  5½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Steel frame, bright nickel finish, and a 9 shot swing out cylinder.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition with only a few small scratches on the cylinder and frame.  The black plastic grips are in excellent condition showing no wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box, instructions, and the extra cylinder.  Made from 1971 to 1984.  Sold For 550.00

R    105.     Browning Arms Model High-Power Safari Grade Rifle.  Serial # 6L 36261.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in Belgium in 1966.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Built by FN using the standard Mauser type action.  The original blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some wear on the cartridge area of the barrel and some small rust spots on the bolt and shroud.  The checkered walnut stock is in good condition with small dings, scratches, and impressions.  No salt damage underneath.  Original sights and front hood.  Action works fine.  Includes the original instructions, a leather sling and swivels, and a Leupold Vari X-II 2X to 7X power scope in Redfield mounts.  (C&R)    Sold For 700.00

R    106.     Winchester Model 24.  Serial # 63833.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1948.  30” barrels choked full and improved cylinder with excellent bores.  The left barrel is dented.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The original finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some dings, scratches, and cold blue on the left barrel and substantial carry wear on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  The forearm is cracked at the rear and both stock and forearm have had extra finish applied.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1940 to 1957.  (C&R)      Sold For 325.00

R    107.     Browning Arms Model Automatic Rifle Grade II.  Serial # 5520 M7.  .30-06 caliber semi auto rifle made in Belgium in 1967.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Internal detachable magazine.  Light scroll engraving on both sides of the receiver.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few small scuffs on the barrel and slight wear on the receiver.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings and scratches.  No salt damage under forearm.  Original sights including front hood.  Action works fine.  Includes the original instructions, a leather sling and swivels, and a Redfield 4X power scope in Redfield mounts. Sold For 725.00

R    108.     Hunter Arms Co. Model Hunter Special.  Serial # 162601.  16 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in 1937.  28” barrels choked full and improved modified with very good bores.  Both barrels are bulged.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition but there is wear on both bulged areas.  The receiver shows traces of case colors.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  The toe was broken and repaired.  Original butt plate broken.  Action works fine and is tight.  A total of 5,971 were manufactured from 1937 to 1945.  (C&R) Sold For 180.00

R    109a.   First of a lot of 2: Breda Model 1903/14.  Serial # 2405.  6.5x54mm caliber bolt action rifle.  18” barrel with an excellent bore.  This Mannlicher Schoenauer rifle was made for Greece by Breda in Italy in 1927.  This is a barreled action with trigger and trigger guard only.  It is mostly in the white in good condition.         

R    109b.   Second of a lot of 2: Steyr Model 95 Carbine.  Serial # 1690R.  8x56Rmm caliber straight pull bolt action rifle made in Austria.  19½” barrel with a fair bore that might clean up a little better.  No import markings.  This is one of the many 1895 rifles converted in the 1930’s to fire the 8x56Rmm cartridge and also converted to carbines at the same time.  The arsenal type finish on the metal is a grey patina with some areas of fine rust.  The stock and handguard are in fair condition with many small dings and scratches.  Front trigger guard screw is missing.  Action works OK.  (C&R)   Sold For 160.00

R    110.     Riverside Arms Co. Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 70181.  16 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  28” barrels choked improved modified and cylinder with good bores.  Left barrel is dented.  Made by J. Stevens Arms & Tool who used Riverside Arms as their trade name before changing to Springfield Arms after about 1930.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The finish on the metal is a grey patina with some dings, spots of fine rust, and thinning finish.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock has been refinished.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    111.     Savage Arms Stevens Model 311.  Serial # NSN.  20 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  28” barrels choked modified and full with very good bores.  There are some small dents in the right barrel.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The finish on the metal is a blackish brown patina with spots of underlying pitting and large areas of cold blue.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with small dings and scratches.  However, the stock is cracked where it meets the receiver on the left side.  Extra finish has been added.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 14 7/8”.  Action works OK.  (C&R)    Sold For 190.00

      112a.   First of a lot of 2: Belgian Made Model Single Shot Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .22RF caliber single shot rifle.  22½” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina with areas of fine to medium pitting.  The hardwood stock is in poor to fair condition with some cracks and general wear.  Screw replaced in top rear tang.  Action does not work properly.

R    112b.   Second of a lot of 2: Belgian Made Model Flobert Rifle.  Serial # 1520.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  22¾” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina with some areas of fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock is in poor condition with heavy wear and a crack.  Action works.  (C&R) Sold For 140.00

R    113a.   First of a lot of 2: Liege United Arms Co. – SARCO Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 53287.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in Belgium.  30” barrels both choked improved modified with fair bores.  This gun is in poor condition missing various parts.  Action is very loose.  For parts only. 

R    113b.   Second of a lot of 2: Tikkakoski – SARCO Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 1164.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in Finland.  27½” barrels both choked full with fair bores.  This gun is in poor condition and could be missing various parts.  Stock is broken and very loose.  For parts only. Sold For 55.00

R    114a.   First of a lot of 3: Schroeder Freres Model Double Barrel.  Serial # E15.  16 Ga. double barrel shotgun made in Belgium.  27½” barrels both choked full with rough bores.  This gun is in poor condition and is missing the forearm and possibly other parts.  For parts only.

R    114b.   Second of a lot of 3: Unknown Maker - SARCO Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 2119.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  26¾” barrels choked full and improved modified.  This gun is in poor condition and the action has been sealed shut.  For parts only.

R    114c.   Third of a lot of 3: Vulcan Arms Co. Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 169255.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  29¾” barrels choked full and improved modified.  This gun is in poor condition and could be missing various parts.  Action will not open.  For parts only.  Sold For 75.00

R    115.     National Firearms Co. Model Martel.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber pump action rifle.  23” barrel with a rough bore.  Tubular magazine.  Supposedly made by Marlin.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with areas of fine rust and cold blue.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and wear.  Both sights present.  Repair made to the magazine tube.  Various screws replaced.  One screw missing in receiver.  Action functions.  (C&R)  Sold For 95.00

R    116.     SKB Model Vapenringen Automatic.  Serial # J-25796.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Japan.  27½” vent rib barrel with a very good bore.  This barrel uses screw in choke tubes and NONE are included.  The metal is in fair condition with dings and scratches, mostly on the alloy receiver.  The walnut stock has been cut to a 12¼” LOP.  The forearm has been covered with black fiberglass matting.  Bolt handle, butt plate, and possibly other parts missing.  Action does not work.  For parts only. Sold For 70.00

R    117a.   First of a lot of 2: Riverside Arms Co. Model Double Barrel.  Serial # 52383.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  26” barrels both choked improved cylinder with good bores.  The left barrel is dented in front of the chamber.  Barrels marked “High Pressure Compressed Steel”.  Double triggers and extractors only.  The finish on the metal is a brownish grey patina with some areas of fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is broken at the wrist and missing a large piece of wood.  Butt plate missing.  Action works.  (C&R)

      117b.   Second of a lot of 2: Belgian Made Model Percussion Double.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. black powder percussion double barrel shotgun.  31½” barrels with rusty bores.  The finish on the metal is a rusty brown patina.  The checkered wooden stock is in poor condition with wear and a large crack in the forearm.  Action does not function correctly.  Missing the ramrod.  Sold For 25.00

R    118.     Browning Arms Model Citori Lighting Grade I.  Serial # 26699NP773.  28 Ga. over/under shotgun made in Japan in 1998.  28” vent rib barrels with excellent bores.  The barrels use the Invector screw in choke tube system and come with a full and modified choke tube installed.  An improved cylinder choke tube is also included along with a wrench.  Single selective trigger with auto ejectors.  The original finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition with a few scattered spots of rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings and scratches.  There is some slight discoloration at the butt plate from a slip on recoil pad.  Action works fine and is tight.  Includes the original box, papers, and the above mentioned extra choke tube.  Sold For 1,100.00

R    119.     Winchester Model 1897.  Serial # 143193.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1901.  24” plain barrel choked improved cylinder with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a brownish grey patina with scratches, wear, and areas of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with small dings and scratches.  Butt plate replaced.  Action works fine.  Made from 1897 to 1957.  (C&R)  Sold For 250.00

R    120.     Smith & Wesson Model Eastfield 916-A.  Serial # 3B3448.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  30” plain barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with a few small scratches and bare spots on the barrel along with some wear on the bottom and sides of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with some dings and scratches.  There are a few chips of wood missing where the stock meets the receiver.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13½”.  Action works fine.  Sold For 130.00

R    121.     New England Arms Co. Model Long Range.  Serial # 815962.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  30” barrel choked full with a good bore.  Made by Crescent Firearms.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with some fine surface rust on the barrel along with the receiver being a light brown patina.  The wooden stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition having been refinished and each showing some cracks.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    122.     CZ Model 452-2E ZKM.  Serial # 813808.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle made in the Czech Republic.  24¾” barrel with a dirty bore that could clean up better.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The blue finish on the metal is in poor condition with spots of fine rust on the barrel.  The receiver, bolt, and trigger guard show a thinning finish.  The checkered wooden stock is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and large areas of damaged finish.   Original sights but front missing the hood.  Sling swivel studs missing.  Action works fine. Sold For 260.00

R    123.     J.C. Higgins Model 583.10.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. bolt action shotgun.  28” barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  Made for Sears, Roebuck, & Co. by High Standard.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with areas of wear and fine rust scattered over the surface.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Recoil pad with an LOP of 13¾”.  Action works fine.  (C&R).  Sold For 65.00

R    124.     Wards Western Field Model 48.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  Made by Mossberg for Montgomery Ward.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with a few areas of fine to medium rust on the barrel.  The walnut stock has been refinished and is in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the upper left hand wrist and is also missing a piece of wood right behind the bolt handle.  Original sights but rear is missing the elevator screw.  Sling swivels installed.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

R    125.     Harrington & Richardson Model 929.  Serial # AP22061.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver made in 1976.  6” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  9 shot swing out cylinder.  The original finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition.  There are several areas that are covered with hardened oil or grease.  The plastic grips are in good condition showing some dings on the lower edges.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box and a leather holster. Sold For 160.00

R    126.     Winchester Model 101 Diamond Grade Trap Combo.  Serial # DG491154E.  12 Ga. over/under trap shotgun.  This combo features a set of 32” vent rib over/under ported barrels and a 34” high rib ported unsingle barrel.  The normally full choke on the 32” top barrel has been converted to use Briley screw in choke tubes.  It now has a skeet tube installed.  The lower barrel uses Win-Chokes and has an improved cylinder tube installed.  Both bores are excellent.  The 34” unsingle barrel uses Win-Chokes and has an improved modified tube installed.  Bore is excellent.  The original finish on both barrel sets is in excellent condition with little wear.  There are a few minor scratches and a rust spot at the muzzle on the over/under barrels.  The engraved satin finished receiver and trigger guard are in excellent condition with just some slight scuffs on the underside.  The select hand checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock and forearm are in very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Adjustable recoil pad with a LOP of 13 7/8”.  Single selective trigger and auto ejectors.  Action works fine.  Includes the original Winchester combo case, extra Win-Chokes in full (3), X full (1), and modified (1), extra Briley chokes in modified (1) and improved cylinder (1), an Invector choke in full to fit the Win-Chokes, a Briley skeet choke to fit the Win-Chokes, and choke wrenches.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the condition. Additional Photo Sold For 1,850.00

R    127.     Smith & Wesson Model 17.  Serial K375766.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver made in 1959.  6” barrel with an excellent bore.  This 4 screw revolver features a pinned barrel and recessed cylinder.  The original bluing on the metal is in excellent condition with only slight wear on the edges of the lower front of the frame.  Very good case colors on the hammer and trigger.  The original diamond checkered grips are in very good condition with a few small dings on the bottom.  Adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a vintage Boyt leather belt holster.  (C&R) Sold For 525.00

R    128      Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer.  Serial # 43113.  .38 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in 1920.  4½” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  The original blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some muzzle wear, a few tiny dings, and some small rust spots on the slide along with a few small rust spots on the frame.  The replacement plastic grips are in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works fine.  Includes an extra magazine, the original grips of which one was broken and repaired, 39 rounds of ammo, 3 empties, and a vintage Brauer Bros. leather holster.  Approximately 26,000 were made from 1903 to 1929.  Although .38 Super is identical in dimensions to the .38 ACP, it is loaded to a higher pressure and should not be fired in this gun.  (C&R)    Additional Photo Sold For 1,250.00

R    129.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 3633994.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1972.  20” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some fine rust spots on the top right edge of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few small dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Original front and rear sights including the hood.  Action works fine.  Sold For 400.00

R    130.     Winchester Model 70 Featherweight.  Serial # 360530.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1955.  22" barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some small dings and rust spots on the barrel and some slight wear on the floor plate.  The checkered walnut stock is in very good condition with a few dings.  Extra finish has been added.  Aluminum butt plate.  Original front sight and hood.  Rear sight replaced with a blank.  Original sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather carrying strap and a Lyman All American 4X power scope in Redfield mounts.  (C&R) Sold For 825.00

R    131.     Savage Arms Model 4C.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  5 round detachable magazine.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good condition with just some areas of underlying fine pitting.  The walnut stock has been refinished and is in very good condition.  Sling swivel holes plugged.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 130.00

R    132.     Remington Model 700 BDL Carbine.  Serial # 92840.  .270 Win. caliber bolt action rifle made in 1964.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original bluing on the metal is in very good condition with just a few small dings on the barrel.  There is some slight edge wear on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The checkered walnut stock is in very good condition with a few small scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original aluminum butt plate.  Original sights but front is missing the hood.  Sling swivels and sling.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell Scope Chief 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  (C&R) Sold For 575.00

R    133.     Browning Model Twelvette Double Auto.  Serial # 2A42995.  12 Ga. semi auto shotgun made in Belgium.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean to excellent.  This is a 2 shot semi auto shotgun with a lightweight alloy receiver.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some small dings and scratches on the barrel along with some scratches and edge wear on the alloy receiver and trigger guard.  The barrel has a ding at the muzzle.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate is worn.  Action works fine.  Includes 2 Browning marked Double Automatic dummy shells.  Made from 1957 to 1971.   Sold For 425.00

R    134.     J. C. Higgins Model 20.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun.  26” vent rib barrel with an excellent bore.  This barrel uses the ported J.C. Higgins screw in choke system and comes with a long range tube installed.  Made by High Standard for Sears, Roebuck & Company.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few small scratches and rust spots on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original recoil pad with a LOP of 14”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 140.00

R    135.     Ithaca Model 37.  Serial # 371449035.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1974.  28” vent rib barrel choked modified with a bore that will clean to excellent.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with areas of fine rust on both the barrel and receiver.  The barrel is dinged at the muzzle.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  There is a fairly large piece of wood missing on the lower right side of the forearm.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13¾”.  RABAR front sight.  Action works fine.   Sold For 240.00

R    136.     J. Stevens Arms Model 87A.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few spots of fine rust.  The hardwood stock is in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Front and rear sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R)  Sold For 120.00

R    137.     Harrington & Richardson Model Self-Loader.  Serial # 30789.  .32 ACP caliber semi auto pistol.  3½” barrel with a fair bore. Detachable magazine in nickel, which is correct.  The metal has been refinished and is in good condition with areas of underlying pitting.  The original grips are in good condition with some wear.  Action does not work.  Manufactured 1914 to 1924.  (C&R).  Sold For 180.00

R    138.     Marlin Model Foremost 2066.  Serial # 72237451.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  22” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  This gun is a private labeled version of the Marlin Model 49DL made for and sold by J.C. Penney.  Tubular magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition with some small scuffs and rust spots on the barrel along with some slight edge wear on the receiver.  The hardwood stock is in excellent condition with only a few small scuffs and scratches.  Original sights and sling swivels.  Action works fine.     Sold For 120.00

R    139.     Ruger Model American.  Serial # 695-11088.  .22-250 Rem. caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  This rifle features a matte black finish on the metal and a black synthetic stock.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition with no wear.  The synthetic stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Recoil pad.  Scope bases.  Action works like new and the gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the original box, instructions, and gun lock. Sold For 325.00

R    140.     Mossberg Model New Haven 600AT “Premier Hunter”.  Serial # H626358.  12 Ga. 3” pump action shotgun.  30” plain barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few scuffs on the barrel along with some fine scratches and edge wear on the alloy receiver.  The checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with some small scuffs and scratches.  Original recoil pad.  Action works fine.  Sold For 160.00

R    141.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 1201901.  20 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1949.  26” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is mostly a grey patina with large bare areas on the upper and lower receiver, magazine tube, and portions of the barrel.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and worn finish.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 14”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 300.00

      142.     Springfield Armory Model 1896 Krag Carbine.  Serial # 57664.  .30-40 Krag caliber bolt action rifle.  21¾” barrel with a poor bore.  The arsenal type finish on the metal is in fair condition with some fine rust spots on the barrel, receiver, and trigger guard.  The walnut stock and handguard are in poor condition with the usual dings and scratches and a piece of wood missing at the heel.  The stock is cracked at the upper and lower wrist.  Sling ring mount on left side of stock has been ground flush.  Rear sight is an 1896 rifle sight.  Front sight not marked.  Traces of cartouche visible on left side of stock.  Action works fine.    Sold For 410.00

R    143.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 638617.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1931.  28” plain barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The finish on the metal is a grey patina with patches of fine rust and heavy wear.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and worn finish.  The stock has had extra finish applied and a sling mount has been plugged near the toe.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 260.00

R    144.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 705228.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1936.  30” plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with the front portion of the barrel showing good bluing while the receiver is mostly bare with areas of brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  The stock has been finely checkered at the wrist.  Winchester butt plate with a LOP of 13 7/8”.  Action works fine.  (C&R)  Sold For 270.00

      145.     Thompson-Center Model Hawken Flintlock.  Serial # K79343.  .50 caliber black powder flintlock rifle made from a kit.  29” octagon barrel with a bore that should clean up OK.  The finish on the barrel is a light greyish patina with some small spots of fine rust.  The lock is case colored.  The brass butt plate, patch box, trigger guard, nose cap, and ferrules should polish out nicely.  The walnut stock is in very good condition with only a few small marks.  Action works fine.  The gun is complete including the ramrod. Sold For 240.00

R    146.     Winchester Model 67.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  27” barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with a brown patina that is covered with a fine rust.  The chrome plating on the bolt is good.  The walnut stock is in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and flaking finish.  Original butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1934 to 1963.  (C&R)  Sold For 150.00

R    147.     Harrington & Richardson Model 48 Topper.  Serial # 8382.  .410 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  28” plain barrel choked full with a good, shiny bore that has a few dark spots.  The finish on the metal is a blotchy greyish black patina with areas on the barrel and receiver that have been cleaned.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with a few dings.  The stock has been lengthened with extra wood and the LOP is 13 7/8”.  Action works OK.  (C&R)   Sold For 210.00

148. Withdrawn from auction.

R    149.     Smith & Wesson Model 36.  Serial # 6J5275.  .38 Spl. caliber double action revolver.  2” barrel with an excellent bore.  A compact 5 shot revolver made on the J frame with a round butt.  The original finish on the metal is in excellent condition with little if any wear other than a cylinder ring.  The original wooden grips are in excellent condition with only slight wear on the bottom.  Action works like new.  Includes the original box, papers, cleaning rod, an extra set of S&W oversized square butt grips, a Bianchi clip on leather belt holster, and 100 plus rounds of ammo.      Sold For 575.00

      150a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Ranger No. 2.  Serial # 8966.  .32 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2¾” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the engraved metal is in good to very good condition with small spots of rust and flaking on the surface.  The yellowed bone grips are in good condition with a little shrinkage.  Both grips were broken at the alignment pins and “blended”.  Action seems to work fine.  These were made c. 1873 to 1895. 

      150b.   Second of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Ranger No. 2.  Serial # 8902.  .32 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2¾” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the engraved metal is in good condition with small spots of rust and wear mostly on the cylinder.  Both grips are missing.  Action works but cylinder will not lock properly. Sold For 170.00

      151a.   First of a lot of 2: Hopkins & Allen Model Dictator.  Serial # 8199.  .32 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2¾” barrel with a rough bore.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with small spots of rust and corrosion on the surface.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with some small dings.  Action works fine.  Made c. 1870’s to 1890’s.

      151b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model Tycoon No. 1.  Serial # 866.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rough bore.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with rust and corrosion on the frame and cylinder.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with normal wear.  Action works OK.  Sold For 170.00

R    152a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Second Model Safety Automatic Hammer.  Serial # G10861.  .38 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  4” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  Most of the original nickel finish on the metal has been cleaned away leaving areas of fine pitting.  The hard rubber grips don’t fit too well and are in fair condition with wear.  Action works.  Made from 1896 to 1908.  (C&R)

R    152b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model U.S. Revolver Co. Automatic Hammerless.  Serial # 40093.  .32 S&W caliber double action top eject revolver.  3” barrel with a rough bore.  5 shot cylinder.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in poor condition with large areas of rust and corrosion.  The original grips are missing.  One pin missing from the receiver.  Action does not work.  Made from 1910 to 1935.  (C&R)  Sold For 50.00

R    153a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model 1900 Target.  Serial # 33916.  22 RF caliber double action revolver.  6” octagon barrel with a good bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with a rusty brown patina covering the surface.  The original checkered wooden grips are in poor condition with a large piece of wood missing from the base.  Action works OK.  Made between 1925 and 1928.  (C&R)

R    153b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Third Model Safety Automatic Hammer.  Serial # 32625.  .22 RF caliber double action top eject revolver.  6” barrel with a rough bore.  7 shot cylinder.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition a brown patina covering the entire surface.  The oversize wooden grip is in fair condition with small dings and scratches.  There is slight damage where it meets the front grip frame.  Front sight missing.  Action does not work as some parts are missing.  Made from 1909 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 45.00

      154a.   First of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model Smoker No. 1.  Serial # 658.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2½” barrel with a rough bore.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with areas of rust especially on the cylinder.  The original wooden grips are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Action does not work. 

      154b.   Second of a lot of 2: Iver Johnson Model Victor No. 1.  Serial # 347.  .22 RF caliber single action spur trigger revolver.  2 1/8” barrel with a rough bore.  The original nickel finish on the metal is in fair condition with some small spots of corrosion on the frame and cylinder.  The original wooden grips are in good condition with a few small dings and wear.  Action works but cylinder will not rotate.  Sold For 130.00

R    155.     Winchester Model 1904.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with a brown patina and fine to medium rust.  The gumwood stock is in poor condition with many dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Original crescent butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1904 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R    156.     J. Stevens Arms Model 44 Ideal.  Serial # 32874.  .25 RF caliber single shot rifle.  26” part round/part octagon heavy barrel with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some dings and some fine rust speckles on the barrel.   The receiver and lever are a brown patina with some fine rust spots.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with many dings and scratches.  Front and rear sights.  Original crescent butt plate.  Action works fine and is tight.  Made from 1894 to 1932.  (C&R)  Sold For 310.00

R    157.     Hamilton Rifle Co. Model No. 23.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with a rough but clean bore.  As before, all Hamilton’s with short barrels have been exempted from the NFA. This rifle uses the same type of construction as the other Hamilton rifles.  That being, sheet steel construction and a brass lined barrel.  The blue finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with a fine rust scattered over the surface.  The walnut stock is in fair to good condition with some dings, scratches, and wear.  Original sights.  Action works OK but the gun must not be fired.  (C&R) Sold For 75.00

R    158.     German Zimmer Schuetzen Gallery Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  4mm caliber.  27¾” octagonal barrel with a gallery barrel being the forward 8”.  Double set adjustable triggers.  Barrel is marked “S. Suhring Sarmilch” of which no information could be found.  The blue finish on the metal is in good to very good condition with some small dings and scratches, and some fine scattered rust.  Top and bottom receiver tang and trigger guard show traces of case colors.  The checkered walnut stock features a high pronounced Schuetzen cheek piece and Swiss butt plate.  It is cracked forward of the trigger guard.  Sling swivel studs.  Front and rear sights along with a removable rear peep sight. Gallery loading gate apparatus and cocking mechanism work fine.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the description. Additional Photo Sold For 1,000.00

R    159.     Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Standard Rifle.  Serial # 96227.  .32 W.C.F. (32-20 Win.) caliber single shot rifle made in 1908.  28” #2 octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the barrel appears to be original and is in very good condition with some small dings and some fine rust spots.  The receiver has been refinished and is in excellent condition with a few small scratches.  Lever and butt plate are a very light brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Sling swivel stud holes plugged in the stock and forearm.  Front and rear sights.  Barrel drilled for scope blocks.  Action works fine.  Please see the pictures to get a better idea of the description.  (C&R)  Additional Photo Sold For 750.00

R    160.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 1632468.  .30 W.C.F. (.30-30 Win.) caliber lever action rifle made in 1950.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some surface rust scattered on the receiver and barrel.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with a few small dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Screw needs to be fully inserted in rear barrel band.  Original front and rear sights including the hood. Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R    161.     Winchester Model 70 Standard.  Serial # 270132.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1953.  24" barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good condition with some rust spots near the muzzle and on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The receiver and bolt have some areas of a purplish finish.  The checkered walnut stock has been refinished and is in excellent condition with a couple of tiny marks.  Rear sling swivel not original.  Rear sight replaced with a flip up.  Front sight missing the hood.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 650.00

R    162.     Winchester Model 70 Standard.  Serial # 201962.  .270 Win. caliber bolt action rifle made in 1951.  24" barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some dings and scratches on the barrel and wear on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The checkered walnut stock has been refinished and is in very good condition with a few small marks.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 14 1/8”.  Sling swivels.  Original sights including the front hood.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 625.00

R    163.     Italian Made Model 1861 Springfield Rifle.  Serial # 41999.  .58 caliber black powder percussion rifle.  40” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  The metal is in good condition with a nice patina but does have some medium rust spots on the barrel.  The walnut stock is oil finished and is in very good condition with a few marks.  Action works fine.  Includes a canvas sling and the cleaning rod.   Sold For 400.00

R    164.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # J 386.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” round barrel with a rough but clean bore.  The original bluing on the barrel is in fair to good condition with some scratches and a fine surface rust.  The receiver and lever have areas of a purplish refinish.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with some damage at the butt plate.  There is some glass bedding at the upper tang.  Replacement butt plate.  Front sight replaced.  Action works OK.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R    165.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # H 211.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The original finish on the metal is in fair condition with scratches, edge wear, and fine rust on the barrel along with the receiver and lever being a brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings and scratches.  There is damage and missing wood at the butt area.  No butt plate.  Front sight replaced.  Action works OK and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R    166.     European Made Model Single Shot Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  25 ½” barrel with a rough bore that could clean up better.  This is most likely German or Belgian manufacture.  Barrel release lever on the right side.  The finish on the metal is mostly a brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The receiver and trigger guard were originally nickel plated and some of that plating still remains.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Cheek piece on left side of stock.  Original sights and butt plate.  European style sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Sold For 160.00

R    167.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a very good bore.  The metal is in fair condition with a partial brown patina with some original blue remaining.  The wooden plank style stock is in good condition with some dings and wear.  Good Savage marking on the left side of stock.  3 initials lightly etched in both sides of the stock.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1924 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 70.00

R    168.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # A 5957.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with a greyish brown patina and areas on the barrel that have been cleaned.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and some small cracks.  Original butt plate.  Both sights present.  Action does not work properly but is tight.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R)  Sold For 70.00

R    169.     C.J. Hamilton Model No. 39.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF Short caliber pump action rifle.  16” barrel with a rough bore.  This is the only repeating rifle Hamilton made and uses the same type of construction as the other models.  That being, sheet steel construction and a brass lined barrel.  Tubular magazine.  The metal is in poor condition with a fine to medium rust covering the surface.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original sights.  Action does not work and the gun must not be fired.  Made from 1922 to 1930.  (C&R)  Sold For 55.00

R    170.     C.J. Hamilton & Son Model No. 027 “The Hamilton Rifle”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber tip up single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with a rough bore.  All Hamilton 27’s with short barrels have been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also sheet steel.  The metal is in fair condition with a few dings and areas of fine surface rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and cracks.  One screw replaced in stock.  Original sights.  Action works but is loose and the gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R) Sold For 45.00

R    171.     J. Stevens Arms Model No. 15 “Maynard Jr.”.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  18” part octagon/part round barrel with a fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with some dings and areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair to good condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock has a fine crack at the upper and lower wrist.  Original sights.  Action works and is tight.  (C&R).  Sold For 100.00

R    172.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # E 257.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in poor condition with a blackish brown patina and areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm might be replacements and are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and some small cracks.  Original butt plate is damaged.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R)  Sold For 90.00

R    173.     J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  20” round barrel with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is fair to good condition with some dings, scratches, and areas of cold blue on the barrel along with the receiver being a light brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in very good condition.  Rear sight replaced.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R    174.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore.  The metal has been cleaned and is in poor condition with a greyish patina.  The wooden plank style stock has been refinished and is in fair condition.  The stock was cracked and repaired at the upper list.  Faint Savage marking on the left side of stock.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    175.     J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  18” round barrel with a rough bore.  The metal has been cleaned and is now covered with areas of a fine surface rust.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 90.00

R    176.     Finnish – C.A.I. Model 1939 Short Rifle.  Serial # 58592.  7.62x54Rmm caliber bolt action rifle.  27” barrel with a very good bore.  Built on a Mosin-Nagant action and made in 1942 at the VKT Arsenal (Valmet).  The arsenal type finish on the metal is in good condition with some muzzle wear, some edge wear on the receiver, and wear on the trigger guard.  The stock and handguard are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and a few repairs.  The stock is cracked at the upper wrist and on the left side butt area.  Action works fine.  The rifle is complete including the sling and cleaning rod.  (C&R) Sold For 400.00

R    177.     Harrington & Richardson Model 12 Target.  Serial # AX521596.  .22 RF caliber bolt action target rifle.  28” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  Marked U.S. on the receiver and received from the CMP, this gun has the same military specs as the Winchester Model 52.  Adjustable trigger, target stock, and accessory rail.  Provisions for iron sights but they are not included.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with dings and scratches on the barrel.  The bolt handle shows moderate wear and may have been altered.  The birch target stock is in good condition with dings and scratches.  Action works fine.  Includes a Guide Gear 3X to 12X power illuminated scope in detachable mounts.  Also includes the COA from the CMP.  Made from 1981 to 1986. Sold For 425.00

R    178.     CZ Model 452-2E American.  Serial # 840091.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle made in the Czech Republic.  22½” barrel with an excellent bore.  5 shot detachable magazine.  The blue finish on the metal is in excellent condition with little wear.  The checkered walnut stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Sling swivel studs.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell 3X to 9X power scope in tip off mounts. Sold For 350.00

R    179.     Savage Arms Model Mark II.  Serial # 0237905.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  21” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  The blue finish on the metal is in excellent condition with very little wear.  The checkered black camo laminated stock is in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works fine.  Includes a nylon padded sling and swivels and a BSA 4X to 16X scope in tip off mounts.  Sold For 210.00

R    180.     Marlin Model 336 Magnum Carbine.  Serial # Z48378.  .44 Rem. Magnum caliber lever action rifle made in 1964.  20” barrel with a very good bore.  The finish on the metal is in good to very good condition with some areas of fine rust on the barrel.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few scratches.  Original sights.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell 3X to 9X power scope in detachable mounts.  2,823 were made from 1963 to 1964.  (C&R) Sold For 700.00

R    181.     Savage Arms Model 93 FV.  Serial # 946860.  .22 WMR caliber bolt action rifle.  21” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle features a detachable 5 round magazine, blued steel, and a black synthetic stock.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few scratches and wear at the muzzle.  The synthetic stock is in very good condition with some small scuffs.  Action works fine.  Includes a Bushnell Sportview 3X to 9X power scope in detachable mounts.  Sold For 210.00

R    182.     J. Stevens Arms Model 66-B.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.   Tubular magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with areas of fine to medium rust.  The wooden stock has been refinished and is in very good condition.  Front and rear sights.  Receiver drilled for a side mount.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 110.00

R    183.     Ruger New Model Blackhawk.  Serial # 34-92197.  .357 Magnum caliber single action revolver made in 1979.  6½” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in excellent condition with only some slight muzzle wear and a spot of fine rust.  The Black rubber Pachmayr grips are in very good condition with only slight wear.  Adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a soft case. Sold For 370.00

R    184.     Beretta Model U22 Neos.  Serial # R61326.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol.  4½” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The matte black finish on the metal is in excellent condition with little wear.  The black plastic grip frame is in excellent condition showing little wear.  Integral full length sight rail with adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the blue plastic case, instructions, an extra magazine, and a C-P Tactical red dot scope. Sold For 210.00

R    185.     Beretta Model CX4 Storm Carbine.  Serial # CX42146.  9MM caliber semi auto rifle made in Italy.  16½” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  17 round detachable magazine.  This gun features a black synthetic thumbhole stock, Picatinny rails, and a reversible safety, magazine button, bolt handle, and ejection port.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition with only some fine scratches on the barrel.  The matte black synthetic stock is in excellent condition with no wear.  Action works fine.  Includes the original case, instructions, an extra magazine, cleaning kit, and accessories. Sold For 650.00

R    186.     Ruger Model 10/22 Standard.  Serial # 823-07048.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  18½” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable rotary magazine.  This gun features a bright green laminated stock.  The blue finish on the metal is in excellent condition with no wear.  The laminated stock is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Original sights.  Action works like new and the gun appears to be new in the box.  Includes the box, instructions, scope base, and gun lock. Sold For 210.00

R    187.     Ruger Model 22/45 Mark II Target.  Serial # 224-53783.  .22 RF caliber semi auto target pistol.  5½” heavy barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable 10 shot magazine.  Stainless steel barrel and receiver with a black polymer grip frame.  The stainless steel is in very good to excellent condition with only some slight muzzle wear and some small scratches on the receiver.  The polymer frame is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Rear sight missing.  Scope base installed on top of receiver.  Action works fine.  Includes a BSA red dot scope, the original plastic case, instructions, and an extra magazine.  Sold For 170.00

R    188.     Ruger Model 22/45 Mark III Target.  Serial # 228-88595.  .22 RF caliber semi auto target pistol.  5½” heavy barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  Detachable 10 shot magazine.  Blued steel barrel and receiver with a black polymer grip frame.  The blued finish is in excellent condition with only some tiny scratches on the barrel.  The polymer frame is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Adjustable sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the original plastic case, an extra magazine, and the keys to the internal gun lock.  Sold For 220.00

R    189.     Smith & Wesson Model M&P 357.  Serial # DVF1045.  .357 SIG caliber semi auto pistol.  4¼” barrel with an excellent bore.  15 round detachable magazine.  This pistol features a matte black stainless steel slide with a black polymer frame.  The finish on the slide is in excellent condition with no visible wear.  The polymer frame is in excellent condition with no wear.  Trijicon night sights.  Action works fine.  Includes the original blue plastic box, instructions, 2 extra magazines, 2 extra grip adapters, a magazine loader, and a gun lock.  Sold For 390.00

R    190.     Colt Model New Service.  Serial # 59780.  .44-40 Win. caliber double action revolver made in 1913.  5½” barrel with a bore that is almost smooth.  Very little of the original bright blue finish remains on the metal.  There are many areas of cleaned fine, medium, and heavy rust.  The black hard rubber grips are in poor to fair condition with the right grip being broken.  Flat cylinder release latch and lanyard loop.  Ejector rod tip missing.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

R    191.     Winchester Model 12.  Serial # 656536.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1932.  30” solid rib barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some wear on the barrel and some edge wear and rust spots on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some small dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 350.00

      192.     Marlin Model 1892.  Serial # 146221.  .32 CF caliber lever action rifle made in 1898.  24” round barrel with a very good bore.  Tang marked “Model 1892”.  The finish on the metal is mostly a blotchy greyish patina with the barrel and magazine tube showing the thinnest finish.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original sights but front is in backwards.  Action works fine.  Approximately 45,000 made from 1892 to 1916.  Sold For 750.00

      193.     Marlin Model 1897.  Serial # 159603.  .22 RF caliber lever action rifle made in 1897.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  Tang marked “Model 1897”.  The finish on the metal is a light brown patina with cold blue on the magazine tube and some fine rust on the bottom of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Lyman folding front sight with original rear sight.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1897 to 1917. Sold For 725.00

      194.     Remington Model 1878 “Lifter Action” Double Barrel.  Serial # 1599.  10 Ga. double barrel hammer shotgun.  30” barrels with fair bores.  Right barrel is dented.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The finish on the barrel is a brownish patina.  The receiver and trigger guard show areas of a greyish blue finish with spots of wear.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original butt plate.  Action works but is loose. Sold For 350.00

R    195.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # U 454.  .32 Long RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough but clean bore.  The blue finish on the barrel is in good condition with some tiny scattered rust spots.  The receiver and lever are a light brown patina with some small rust spots.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate.  Front sight is in backwards.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 120.00

R    196.     C. J. Hamilton Rifle Co. Model No. 51.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with the receiver showing the most wear.  The wooden plank style stock is in poor condition with dings, scratches, and damage at the toe.  The stock was broken at the wrist and repaired.  Rear sight missing the elevator.  Front sight is in backwards.  Bolt handle has been repaired.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    197.     Remington Model 12-CS.  Serial # 615608.  .22 Remington Special caliber pump action rifle made in 1923.  24” octagon barrel with a very good bore.  .22 Remington Special is Remington’s version of the .22 Winchester RimFire.  Tubular magazine.  The metal has been reblued and is in very good condition with a few scattered rust spots.  Both sides and the top of the receiver have been engraved with game scenes.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked on both sides of the wrist.  Front sight could be a replacement.  Top of receiver drilled for a scope mount.  Action works OK.  Made from 1909 to 1936.  Includes a leather sling with hook and loop swivels.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

      198.     Unknown Maker Model Percussion Fowler.  Serial # NSN.  Approximately 10 Ga. black powder single shot percussion shotgun.  46½” part octagon/part round barrel with a good bore.  The barrel is marked with British proofs while the lock is marked “A. W. Spies”.  A. W. Spies was a prominent firearms dealer in New York in the 1800's.  The metal has been cleaned and is mostly a light grey patina.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and a crack at the lock retaining screw.  Action works.  Includes the ramrod. Sold For 180.00

R    199.     Deutsche Werke Model Ortgies Pocket Auto.  Serial # 61071.  .32 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in Germany.  3¼” barrel with an excellent bore.  7 shot detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with only a few small marks and very little wear.  The original walnut grips are in very good condition with a few small marks.  Grip safety.  Action works fine.  Includes the original Deutsche marked magazine, the original instructions, and a leather flap holster.  Made from 1919 to 1924.  (C&R)    Sold For 420.00

R    200.     Daisy Mfg. Model 2202 Legacy.  Serial # AB0018063.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  19” barrel.  10 shot rotary magazine.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition with the only wear being some tiny scratches on the receiver.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in excellent condition with no wear.  The gun appears to be new and unfired.  The action does not work as the bolt will not retract.  Includes the original box, instructions, and hang tag.  Made from 1988 to 1991.  Sold For 190.00

      201.     Unknown Maker Model Percussion Rifle.  Serial # NSN.  .50 caliber black powder percussion rifle.  34” octagon barrel with a good bore.  The barrel measures slightly less than 1” across the flats.  The barrel is unmarked while the lock is marked “N. Ashmore”.  N. Ashmore was a 19th Century flint and percussion lock maker in Lancaster County, PA.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with areas of wear on the barrel and some pitting near the nipple.  The wooden half stock is in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock was damaged and repaired at the toe.  The barrel and upper tang are both drilled with 2 holes.  Brass butt plate, trigger guard, and patch box.  Action works OK.  Includes the ramrod.  Sold For 200.00

R    202.     Springfield Armory Model 1903.  Serial # 951319.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  This rifle has been sporterized.  The blue finish on the metal is in good condition with some tiny dings and scratches on the barrel, wear on the trigger guard and floor plate, and the bolt handle being ground to clear a scope.  The Fajen walnut stock features a roll over cheek piece and some relief at the pistol grip and forearm areas.  Front and rear sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a Nichols 3X to 9X power scope in a B-Square no drill mount.  Sold For 240.00

R    203.     F. LLi Pietta - Heritage Mfg. Model Rough Rider Single Action .45.  Serial # J49661.  .45 LC caliber single action revolver made in Italy.  7½” barrel with a bore that will clean to excellent.  The blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some small handling marks on the barrel and frame and some fine scratches on the cylinder.  The one piece wooden grips are in very good condition with slight wear.  Transfer bar ignition.  Action works fine.    Sold For 250.00

R    204.     Taurus Model 45-410 “The Judge”.  Serial # A0471246.  .45 LC/.410 Bore stainless steel double action revolver made in Brazil.  6½” barrel with a dirty bore that should clean up OK.  5 shot, 2½” cylinder.  The stainless steel is finished in a matte finish and it is in good to very good condition with some small scuffs and scratches scattered over the surface.  The soft rubber grips are in fair condition with some wear and a modification to the base.  Fiber optic front sight.  Action works fine. Sold For 450.00

R    205.     New England Firearms Model Pardner.  Serial # NR213816.  12 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun.  27½” barrel choked modified with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some spots of rust on the barrel.  The receiver shows good case colors but has some very fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and extra finish.  The forearm has been modified and the stock has been weighted and lengthened to a LOP of 15¼”.  Action works fine.  Sold For 100.00

R    206.     New England Firearms Model Versa-Pack.  Serial # NW205982.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in fair condition with areas of wear and spots of rust.  The synthetic stock and forearm are in fair condition with scuffs, scratches, and wear.  The stock has been lengthened to a LOP of 14 5/8”.  Front and rear sights modified.  Barrel drilled for a scope mount.  Action works fine. Sold For 50.00

R    207.     Savage Arms Model 23A Sporter.  Serial # 107327.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  23” barrel with an excellent bore.  5 round detachable magazine is not included.  The magazine well has been blocked with a wooden spacer.  There is no original finish on the metal.  It is a greyish brown patina with areas of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock is in poor condition having been cracked and repaired.  Stock has been modified in several areas and lengthened to a LOP of 15½”.  The receiver has been drilled for a side mount.  Original sights are missing.  Action work OK.  Includes a Tasco 4X power scope in a Weaver side mount.  Made from 1923 to 1933.  (C&R)  Sold For 85.00

R    208.     Remington Model Seven.  Serial # 7664897.  7mm-08 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1989.  18½” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with a few small scratches and a little wear on the barrel, some wear on the bolt handle, and some scratches on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The checkered walnut stock is in good to very good condition with a few small dings and scratches.  Original Remington butt pad.  Original sights and sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather carrying strap and a Tasco 3X to 9X power scope in see through mounts.  Sold For 700.00

R    209.     Savage Arms Model Stevens 325-A.  Serial # NSN.  .30-30 Win. caliber bolt action rifle.  21” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some scratches and wear mostly on the barrel.  The wooden stock is in good condition with some small dings, scratches, and spots of flaking finish.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a padded leather carrying strap in detachable sling swivels. Sold For 220.00

R    210.     Mossberg Model 320KA.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with some fine scratches and tiny rust spots on the barrel.  The wooden stock is in very good condition with some small scuffs and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original sights although the front is rusted.  Action works fine.  Includes a Western Field 4X power .22 scope in a tip off mount.  Sold For 80.00

R    211.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 3936559.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1974.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition with some very fine scratches on the left side of the receiver and at the loading gate.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some small dings and impressions.  Original butt plate.  Original front and rear sights including the hood.  Action works fine. Sold For 375.00

R    212.     Winchester Model 94.  Serial # 2348648.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle made in 1958.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good to very good condition with some fine scratches on the barrel along with some areas of fine rust on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in excellent condition with just a few small marks.  Original butt plate.  Original front sight but missing the hood.  Rear sight replaced with a blank.  Lyman tang sight installed.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 425.00

R    213.     Savage Arms Model 24.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber/.410 Bore 3” over/under combination rifle/shotgun made in 1961.  24” barrels with excellent bores.  Barrel selector on right side of receiver.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some tiny scratches and rust speckles on the barrel.  The case colors on the receiver are still visible but there is some wear and fine rust.  The alloy trigger guard is missing a lot of it’s finish.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  There is a fine crack at the lower wrist.  Butt plate is missing.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 260.00

R    214.     Winchester Model 37.  Serial # NSN.  16 Ga. single shot shotgun.  28” barrel choked improved modified with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in excellent condition with a few fine scratches on the barrel and on the bottom of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine.  Made from 1936 to 1963.  (C&R) Sold For 170.00

R    215.     Winchester Model 74.  Serial # 354626A.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle made in 1954.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  Tubular magazine in the stock.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some scratches and fine rust scattered over the surface.  The walnut stock is in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1939 to 1955.  (C&R)   Sold For 190.00

R    216.     Harrington & Richardson Model 88 Topper.  Serial # AY435445.  20 Ga. 3” single shot shotgun made in 1982.  26” barrel choked full with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some small scuffs, scratches, and rust spots on the barrel.  The case colors on the receiver are excellent.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in very good to excellent condition with only a few small marks.  Action works fine.  Sold For 80.00

R    217.     Ithaca Gun Co. Model 49.  Serial # 490314639.  .22 WMR caliber lever action single shot rifle.  18” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some wear and fine rust on the barrel and magazine tube.  The alloy receiver is in good condition with some scratches and fine dings.  The wooden stock and forearm are in good condition with a few dings.  The stock was cut and shortened and then the original piece was used to re-glue it back to original length.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1961 to 1978. Sold For 160.00

R    218.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # D 23.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore that might clean up a little better.  The finish on the metal is a greyish brown patina with areas of cold blue on the barrel.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock has been checkered at the wrist and has damage at the toe and heel.  Replacement butt plate.  Original sights.  Action works but lever is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    219.     Marlin Model Glenfield 30A.  Serial # 19030977.  .30-30 Win. caliber lever action rifle.  20” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with some fine scratches on the barrel along with some fine rust spots on the left side of the receiver.  The press checkered hardwood stock and forearm are in very good condition with a few dings and scratches.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather carrying strap and a Tasco 4X power scope in detachable mounts. Sold For 325.00

R    220.     Marlin Model 80.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  Detachable magazine.  The finish on the metal is in very good condition with a couple of scuffs and small rust spots on the barrel.  The walnut stock is in very good to excellent condition with just a few small marks.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Sold For 110.00

R    221.     J. Stevens Arms Springfield Model 5100.  Serial # NSN.  12 Ga. double barrel shotgun.  26” barrels choked full and improved modified with excellent bores.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The original finish on the metal is in good to very good condition with a few tiny dings and areas of very fine rust on the barrels.  The receiver shows good traces of case colors and some very fine rust.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 14”.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 210.00

R    222.     Marlin Glenfield Model 25.  Serial # 22757119.  .22 RF caliber bolt action rifle.  22” barrel with a bore that should clean to excellent.  7 shot detachable magazine.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with spots of rust on the barrel.  The hardwood stock is in good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original front and rear sights.  Action works fine.  Includes a Tasco 4X power scope in see through tip off mounts. Sold For 120.00

R    223.     Remington Model 700 Classic.  Serial # B6857680.  .338 Win. Magnum caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The Classic was a limited edition put out by Remington with a different caliber each year.  .338 Win. Mag. was made in 1987 only.  The original finish on the metal is in very good condition with a few tiny scratches on the barrel and some wear on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The checkered walnut classic style stock is in very good condition with some small dings and impressions.  Original hard rubber butt pad.  Original sights missing.  Action works fine.  Includes a Leupold Vari-X II 2X to 7X power scope in Leupold mounts. Sold For 700.00

R    224.     Winchester Model 1897.  Serial # 157045.  12 Ga. pump action shotgun made in 1901.  30” barrel choked full with a bore that should clean to excellent.  The finish on the metal is in good condition with some tiny rust speckles on the barrel along with some edge wear, small scratches, and small rust spots on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm have been refinished and are in fair condition with dings and scratches.  The forearm is missing a piece of wood on the left side.  Action works fine.  Made from 1897 to 1957.  (C&R)    Sold For 400.00

R    225.     Winchester Model 54.  Serial # 37551A.  .30 Gov’t ‘06 (.30-06) caliber bolt action rifle made in 1932.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some dings, scratches, and an overall thinning finish on the barrel.  The trigger guard and floor plate are mostly bare and covered with fine rust.  Bolt handle was replaced.  The checkered walnut stock is in fair to good condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Recoil pad added with a LOP of 13”.  Rear sight missing.  Front sight replaced.  Sling swivel stud in forearm, swivel in rear.  NOTE: Action works but bolt is missing the extractor and safety was changed.  Includes a Lyman All American 4X power scope in Weaver mounts.  Made from 1925 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 250.00

R    226a.   First of a lot of 2: 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 rough bore.  All Hamilton 27’s with short barrels have been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also made of sheet steel.  The finish on the metal is a smooth greyish black patina with areas of cold blue.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  The stock is cracked on both sides of the wrist.  Trigger guard screw replaced.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  (C&R)

R    226b.   Second of a lot of 2: 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 fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with large spots of fine to medium rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in poor condition with a few scratches and wear.  The stock is cracked on both sides of the wrist.  Stock screw replaced.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    227.     J. Stevens Arms Model 26 Crack Shot.  Serial # N/A.  .32 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original blue finish on the barrel is in very good condition with a few small spots of scattered rust.  The receiver is a blackish brown patina and the lever shows good traces of case color.  Falling block shows good case colors.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some small dings and scratches.  Stock is cracked at the lower wrist.  Extra finish has been applied.  Action works fine and is tight.  One of the better ones.  Made from 1912 to 1939.  (C&R) Sold For 80.00

R    228.     Remington Model 6.  Serial # S191948.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” round barrel with a rough bore.  The metal is mostly a brown patina with large areas of fine to medium rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor to fair condition with large dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked at the upper and lower wrist.  Original front and rear sights.  Original tang sight.  Action works but falling block will not stay up.  Made from 1901 to 1933.  (C&R) Sold For 25.00

R    229.     J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  20” round barrel with an excellent bore.  The original blue finish on the barrel is in good to very good condition with some fine scattered rust.  The receiver shows good case colors.  The wooden stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings, scratches, and wear.  Action works fine and is tight.  Another good one.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

R    230.     Winchester Model 54.  Serial # 5954.  .270 W.C.F. (.270 Win.) caliber bolt action rifle made in 1926.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good condition with some scratches and spots of rust on the barrel.  Bolt handle was replaced.  The checkered walnut stock has been refinished and is in fair to good condition with dings and scratches.  There is a cutout on the left side of the stock for a receiver sight.  Rear sight replaced with a flip up.  Sling swivels.  Safety replaced.  Action works fine.  Made from 1925 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 375.00

R    231a.   First of a lot of 2: Guisasola Brothers Model Police Revolver.  Serial # 215.  .32-20 caliber double action revolver made in Spain c. 1920’s.  4¾” barrel with a rough bore bulged about 3½” from the muzzle.  This is a close Spanish copy of the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector revolver.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with spots of fine to medium rust.  The diamond checkered walnut grips are in fair condition with wear.  Fixed sights.  Action works but is loose.  (C&R)  

R    231b.   Second of a lot of 2: Rohm Model RG10.  Serial # 82084.  .22 RF caliber double action revolver made in Germany in 1966.  3” barrel with a good bore.  The black finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with some wear and spots of fine rust.  The homemade wooden grips are in good condition with a little wear.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 85.00

      232.     J. Stevens Arms Model Diamond No. 43, First Issue Pistol.  Serial # 836.  .22 RF Short caliber tip up pistol.  6” part round/part octagon barrel with a rough bore that could clean up better.  This pistol features a blued barrel with a nickel plated brass frame with side plate.  The finish on the metal is in poor to fair condition with spots of medium rust on the barrel near the muzzle and areas of flaking and wear on the frame.  The wooden grips are in good condition with wear.  Action does not work properly.  Made from c. 1886 to 1896. Sold For 110.00

R    233.     J. Stevens Arms Model Diamond No. 43, Second Issue Pistol.  Serial # 98910.  .22 RF caliber tip up pistol.  6” part round/part octagon barrel with a fair bore that could clean up better.  This pistol features a blued barrel with a nickel plated iron frame without side plate.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good to excellent condition showing very little wear.  The wooden grips are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Action does not work properly.  Made from c. 1896 to 1916.  (C&R) Sold For 100.00

R    234.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # W 377.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” round barrel with a rough bore.  The original bluing on the barrel has started to turn to a brown patina with some dings and areas of fine rust.  The receiver and lever are a light brown patina with fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Extra finish has been applied.  Butt plate is missing.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  Made from 1915 to 1940.  (C&R) Sold For 55.000

R    235a.   First of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  20” round barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with areas of fine rust and some cold blue on the barrel.  The wooden stock and forearm have been sanded and are in good condition with some dings and scratches.  Stock has a crack at the upper butt plate screw.  Bolt handle replaced.  Knurled barrel retaining bolt replaced.  Action works OK.  Made from 1911 to 1941.  (C&R)

R    235b.   Second of a lot of 2: J. Stevens Arms Model 14½ “Little Scout”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  18” round barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a smooth blackish brown patina with some fine rust and wear.  The wooden stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings and wear.  Stock is cracked at the upper and lower wrist.  Extra finish has been applied.  Knurled barrel retaining bolt replaced with a screw.  Action works but barrel is a little loose.  (C&R) Sold For 140.00

R    236.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # 5.  .25 Stevens caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a rough bore that could clean up better.  The finish on the metal is a smooth brown patina with some fine rust on the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Original butt plate is damaged.  Sights replaced.  Action works OK and is tight.  (C&R)  Sold For 95.00

R    237.     Winchester Model 1904.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition having turned to a brown patina with spots of fine rust.  The gumwood stock is in fair condition with many dings and scratches.  Original sights, crescent butt plate, and trigger guard.  Action works fine.  Made from 1904 to 1931.  (C&R) Sold For 130.00

R    238.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some spots of rust scattered on the surface.  The wooden plank style stock is in very good condition with a few small dings.  Savage marking on the left side of stock.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 60.00

R    239.     Winchester Model 04.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber bolt action single shot rifle.  21” barrel with a good bore with 2 bulges.  The finish on the metal is a smooth grey patina with areas of cold blue.  The walnut stock is in fair condition with repairs at the wrist.  Original sights, crescent butt plate, and trigger guard.  Action works but bolt will sometimes come out when retracting.  (C&R) Sold For 60.00

R    240.     C. J. Hamilton & Son Model No. 027 “The Hamilton Rifle”.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber tip up single shot boys rifle.  15” barrel with an excellent bore.  All Hamilton 27’s with short barrels have been exempted from the NFA.  The barrel consists of a brass tube surrounded by rolled sheet steel.  The receiver is also made of sheet steel.  The finish on the metal is a smooth greyish black patina with large areas of cold blue.  The walnut stock and forearm are in very good condition with some small dings.  Extra finish has been applied.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  Made from approximately 1907 to 1930.  The No. 027 differs from the No. 27 in that it has a walnut stock and forearm instead of the hardwood.  (C&R) Sold For 70.00

R    241.     Winchester Model 54.  Serial # 36308A.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in 1931.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in very good condition but does have some areas of underlying pitting and some discoloration on the barrel.  The checkered walnut stock has been refinished and is in fair to good condition with some large dings and scratches.  Receiver sight mounted left side of the receiver.  Rear sight replaced with a blank.  Sling swivels.  Action works fine.  Made from 1925 to 1936.  (C&R) Sold For 475.00

R    242.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # Y 964.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” octagon barrel with a rough bore.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with large areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with some dings and scratches.  The stock has damage at the toe and extra finish has been applied.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 65.00

R    243.     Central Arms Co. Model King Nitro.  Serial # 941.  .22 RF caliber single shot rifle.  24” round barrel with a rough bore.  Central Arms Co. was a "Trade Brand Name" used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, MO who was a wholesale sporting goods dealer.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with areas of fine rust.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings and scratches.  The stock is cracked badly on the left side of the wrist.  Grip cap missing.  Action works but lever will not stay up.  (C&R) Sold For 25.00

R    244.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # E 72.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  24” octagon barrel with an excellent bore.  The blue finish on the barrel is in very good condition with some edge wear and some small spots of rust.  The receiver and lever are a light brown patina.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and impressions.  Extra finish has been applied.  Original butt plate.  Both sights are missing.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 65.00

R    245.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a rough bore.  The original finish on the metal is in good condition with some small dings and some scattered spots of rust.  The wooden plank style stock is in fair condition with some small dings, scratches, and loss of finish.  Original sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 25.00

R    246.     J. Stevens Arms Model 17 Favorite.  Serial # O 97.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  22” part octagon/part round barrel with a fair bore.  The blue finish on the barrel is in good condition with a little bit of wear and some fine spots of rust.  The receiver and lever have been cleaned and show some small rust spots.  The walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with dings and wear.  Extra finish has been applied and the stock has been repaired at the toe.  Original sights.  Action works fine and is tight.  (C&R) Sold For 65.00

R    247a.   First of a lot of 2: 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 fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a brown patina with a fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in poor condition with the stock being cracked in multiple spots.  Forearm is a replacement.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  (C&R)

R    247b.   Second of a lot of 2: 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 fair bore.  The finish on the metal is a blotchy brown patina with dings and spots of fine rust.  The hardwood stock and forearm are in poor condition with both being cracked in multiple spots.  Stock screw is a replacement.  Rear sight missing.  Action works but the gun must not be fired.  (C&R)         Sold For 35.00

R    248.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # Q 116.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  23” octagon barrel with a very good bore.  Barrel set back 1”.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with dings, rust spots, and a thinning finish.  The walnut stock and forearm are in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Small hole near the toe and 3 initials etched in the right side of the stock.  Homemade butt plate.   Front and rear sights.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    249.     J. Stevens Arms Model 11 Stevens Junior.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber single shot boy’s rifle.  20” barrel with a fair bore.  The metal has been refinished and is in good to very good condition with some small spots of rust scattered over the surface.  The wooden plank style stock was refinished and is in excellent condition.  Original sights.  Bolt handle replaced.  Action works OK.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    250.     J. Stevens Arms Model 1915 Favorite.  Serial # B 724.  .22 RF caliber single shot boys rifle.  24” round barrel with a very good bore.  There appears to be a slight bulge about 9” from the muzzle.  The finish on the metal is a brownish patina with fine rust and some dings on both sides of the receiver.  The walnut stock and forearm are in poor condition with dings and scratches.  The stock was cracked and repaired at the wrist.  Steel butt plate.   Front sight is a replacement.  Action works OK but lever is loose.  (C&R) Sold For 50.00

R    251.     Ruger Model Single Six Convertible Old Model.  Serial # 389864.  .22 RF/.22 WMR caliber single action revolver made in 1962.  5½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to very good.  Fixed sights.  This is the old model 3 screw that was never updated by the factory with the new safety lock work.  The finish on the metal is in fair condition with the barrel showing some fine scratches and wear.  The alloy grip frame shows slight edge wear on the trigger guard.  The walnut grips are in very good condition with some small dings.  Action works fine.  Includes a black plastic case, the instructions, and the extra cylinder.  (C&R) Sold For 450.00

R    252.     F. LLi Pietta – K.B.I. Model Liberty Single Action 1873.  Serial # E02179.  .45 Colt caliber single action revolver made in Italy.  5½” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  The blue finish on the barrel, cylinder, and ejector rod housing is in very good to excellent condition with only a few fine scratches and a ring on the cylinder.  The faux case colored frame and brass trigger guard and back strap are in excellent condition with no wear.  The one piece wooden grips are in very good condition with a ding on the left side.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box and instructions.  Sold For 275.00

R    253.     Colt Model 1991A1 Stainless.  Serial # CV13082.  .45 ACP caliber semi auto pistol made in 1998. 5” barrel with a bore that should clean up to excellent.  7 shot magazine.  Fixed sights.  The satin finish on the stainless steel is in fair to good condition with fine scratches and areas of scuffs on the slide along with a few on the frame.  The original black rubber grips are in excellent condition with no visible wear.  Action works fine.  The gun appears to have been fired very little if at all.  Includes the blue Colt case and the instructions. Sold For 650.00

R    254.     Ruger Model Vaquero High Gloss Stainless.  Serial # 56-59895.  .44 Rem. Magnum caliber single action revolver.  5½” barrel with an excellent bore.  The finish on the high gloss stainless steel is in excellent condition showing no use.  The simulated ivory grips are in excellent condition with just a few scuffs.  Action works fine and the gun appears to be new and unfired.  Includes the original box, instructions, and gun lock.  Made from 1993 to 2004.  Sold For 500.00

R    255.     Ruger Model Mark I Target.  Serial # 13-38959.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in 1975. 6 7/8” heavy tapered barrel with an excellent bore.  9 shot detachable magazine.  Adjustable sights.  The blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some muzzle wear and a few fine scratches on the barrel.  The original black plastic grips are in very good condition with slight wear.  Front sight has orange paint on the blade.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box and instructions. Sold For 220.00

R    256.     Ruger Model Mark II Target Stainless.  Serial # 211-18440.  .22 RF caliber semi auto pistol made in 1985.  10” bull barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable magazine.  Adjustable sights.  The brushed finish on the stainless steel is in good condition with many tiny scratches, mostly on the barrel.  The original black plastic grips are in very good condition with slight wear.  Action works fine.  Includes the original box, instructions, and an extra magazine. Sold For 725.00

R    257.     British – I.A.C. Model No. 4 MK 2(F).  Serial # PF275546.  .303 British caliber bolt action rifle.  25” barrel with a very good bore.  Receiver marked “No. 4 MK 2(F) 5/53”.  10 shot detachable magazine.  The arsenal type finish on the metal is in good condition with areas of wear.  The wooden stock is in fair condition with dings, scratches, and wear.  Receiver, bolt, and magazine numbers match.  Action works fine and the gun appears to be complete.  (C&R) Sold For 325.00

R    258.     Unknown Maker Model 98 Mauser.  Serial # NSN.  8mm Mauser caliber bolt action rifle.  24” barrel with a bore that could clean up OK.  This rifle has been sporterized.  Engraved front receiver ring, floor plate, and trigger guard.  Double set triggers.  Model 70 type safety.  The blue finish on the metal is in very good condition with some scuffs on the barrel and some very fine rust on the floor plate.  The checkered walnut stock is in very good condition and features a cheek piece, forearm and grip caps, and a Neidner style checkered steel butt plate.  Action works fine.  Includes a leather sling and a Weaver 2.5X to 7X power scope in Redfield mounts.Sold For 425.00

R    259.     Chas Daly – K.B.I. Model 98 Mauser.  Serial # B322186.  .30-06 caliber bolt action rifle made in Yugoslavia.  24” barrel with an excellent bore.  The blue finish on the metal is in very good to excellent condition with just a little wear on the trigger guard and floor plate.  The checkered black synthetic stock is in very good condition with a few scuffs.  Action works fine.  Includes a Simmons Blazer 3X to 9X power scope in Weaver mounts. Sold For 300.00

R    260.     Ruger Model 77/22 RSH.  Serial # 720-34891.  .22 Hornet caliber bolt action rifle.  20” barrel with an excellent bore.  10 shot detachable rotary magazine.  This model comes with sights on the barrel.  The finish on the metal is in excellent condition with no wear.  The checkered walnut stock is in excellent condition showing no wear.  Action works fine and the gun appears to be new and unfired.    Includes the original box, instructions, and the Ruger scope rings.    Sold For 550.00

R    261.     J. Stevens Arms Model 235.  Serial # A49093.  12 Ga. double barrel hammer shotgun.  30” steel barrels both choked improved modified with bores that should clean to excellent.  Double triggers and extractor only.  The original blue finish on the barrels is in good condition with some small scratches and some fine rust.  The finish becomes thin as you approach the breech.  The receiver is in good to very good condition and still shows some case colors.  The checkered walnut stock and forearm are in good condition with some dings and impressions.  Original butt plate.  Action works fine and is solid.  Made from 1912 to 1932.  (C&R) Sold For 300.00

R    262.     Spanish La Corona – C.A.I. Model FR-8.  Serial # FR8-08175.  .308 Win. caliber bolt action rifle.  18” barrel with an excellent bore.  Receiver marked 1947.  These rifles are arsenal converted Model 1943’s originally made in 8x57mm caliber and then converted to fire the .308 CETME which was a lower pressure .308 Win. round.  The arsenal type finish on the metal is in good condition showing normal wear.  The trigger guard and floor plate have been painted black.  The walnut stock and handguard are in good condition with a few dings.  Extra finish was applied.  Rifle is in full military configuration with matching number bolt.  Action works fine.  (C&R) Sold For 240.00

R    263.     Mossberg Model 151K.  Serial # NSN.  .22 RF caliber semi auto rifle.  24” barrel with a good bore.  Tubular magazine in the butt.  The finish on the metal is in fair to good condition with scattered spots of rust on the barrel and receiver.  The walnut stock features a Monte Carlo cheek piece and is in good to very good condition with some dings and scratches.  Plastic trigger guard is in very good condition.  Original sights.  Action works fine.  Made from 1950 to 1951.  (C&R) Sold For 160.00

            264.     Harpers Ferry Model 1816 Musket Conversion.  Serial # NSN.  .69 caliber black powder percussion musket.  42” round barrel with a dirty, dusty bore.  This is the bolster type conversion where the breech of the barrel was removed and replaced with a new breech with integral bolster.  Lock marked “Harpers Ferry 1841”.  The finish on the metal is a dark brown patina covered with fine to medium rust.  The stock shows wear along with several repaired cracks.  There is an area above the lock that is covered in tin.  Action works and the gun appears to be complete including the ramrod. Sold For 700.00

 

 

 

                                                                                           

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  1. Tray lot – (400) Rounds of Winchester .380 ACP Silvertip, hollow point ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  2. Tray lot – (400) Rounds of .45 ACP semi wadcutter reloaded ammunition. Sold For 60.00
  3. Tray lot – (300) Rounds of .22 Mag and .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Sold For 60.00
  4. Tray lot – (150) Rounds of vintage boxed 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 60.00
  5. Tray lot – (380) Rounds of loose 9mm luger ammunition- corroded. Sold For 50.00
  6. Tray lot – (120) Rounds of vintage boxed .30-06 Springfield ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  7. Tray lot – (450) Rounds of .25 ACP ammunition. Sold For 100.00
  8. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of Remington .38 Special wad cutter ammunition. Sold For 130.00
  9. Tray lot – (120) Rounds of 7mm Mauser ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  10. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of assorted 9mm Luger ammunition. Sold For 65.00
  11. Tray lot – (37) Empty vintage ammunition boxes. Sold For 45.00
  12. Tica “Boat Master” graphite saltwater rod with attached Penn Senator 114H 6/0 big game fishing reel. Sold For 60.00
  13. Zebco “Hawg Seeker” med/heavy action rod with attached Penn 320 GTi high speed trolling reel. Sold For 40.00
  14. Daiwa Emcast “Surf” graphite surf rod with attached Okuma Trio BF-80 baitfeeder spinning reel. Sold For 75.00
  15. 1946 Pennsylvania Winter Birds poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 25.00
  16. Framed 1987 signed limited edition print “Landing Party” by Robertson. Sold For 35.00
  17. 1946 Pennsylvania Game Birds poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 45.00
  18. Framed limited edition Ducks Unlimited “Dabbler Duck Collection” of carved feathers by John Gewerth. Sold For 210.00
  19. 1946 Pennsylvania Summer Birds poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 35.00
  20. Tray lot – (300) Rounds of vintage boxed .32 S&W Long ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  21. Tray lot – (91) Rounds of vintage boxed .41 Short Rim Fire ammunition. Sold For 150.00
  22. Tray lot – (115) Rounds of vintage boxed 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 30.00
  23. Tray lot – (126) Rounds of vintage boxed .30-30 Winchester ammunition. Sold For 50.00
  24. Tray lot – (172) Rounds of various .357 Magnum ammunition. Sold For 60.00
  25. Tray lot – (100) Rounds of Winchester 12ga. buckshot and rifled slugs. Sold For 60.00
  26. Tray lot – (170) Rounds of Navy Arms Co. .32 Short Rim Fire ammunition. Sold For 300.00
  27. Tray lot – (400) Rounds of vintage boxed .38 Special ammunition. Sold For 100.00
  28. Tray lot – (128) Rounds of .303 British ammunition. Sold For 55.00
  29. Tray lot – (60) Rounds of .280 Remington ammunition. Sold For 50.00
  30. Tray lot – (38) Various empty plastic cartridge cases. Sold For 20.00
  31. Tica “Boat Master” graphite saltwater rod with attached Penn Senator 114H 6/0 big game fishing reel. Sold For 80.0
  32. Zebco “Trophy” med/heavy action spinning rod with attached Penn Conflict 8000 spinning reel. Sold For 80.00
  33. Off Shore Angler “Power Stick” spinning rod with attached Cabela’s Salt Striker SSBF 80B spinning reel. Sold For 100.00
  34. 1951 Pennsylvania Mammals poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 40.00
  35. Framed 2013 Ducks Unlimited duck stamp print display containing a limited edition Mallard print, gold plated stamp, Mallard carving, and stamps. Sold For 110.00
  36. 1951 Pennsylvania Owls poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 40.00
  37. Framed signed limited edition print “The Reunion” by Art La May. Sold For 55.00
  38. Un-matted 1946 and 1951 Pennsylvania Birds of Prey and Summer Birds posters by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 35.00
  39. Framed limited edition Ducks Unlimited Cloisonné Stamp Collection 1984-2000. Sold For 90.00
  40. 1951 Pennsylvania Mammals poster by Jacob B. Abbott distributed by the PA Game Commission. Sold For 35.00
  41. Tray lot – (173) Rounds of .308 Winchester ammunition. Sold For 70.00
  42. Full case of Winchester 12ga. 2 ¾ inch shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  43. Lee “Load-All” shotgun reloading press. Sold For 10.00
  44. Tray lot – (500) Rounds of .40 S&W reloaded ammunition. Sold For 45.00
  45. Tray lot – (145) Rounds of various 20ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 40.00
  46. Tray lot – (80) Rounds of .30-06 M2 ball ammunition. Sold For 40.00
  47. Tray lot – (68) Rounds of 7.7x55 Swiss ammunition. Sold For 25.00
  48. Full case of Federal .223 Remington 55gr. ammunition. Sold For 250.00
  49. Tray lot – (80) Rounds of vintage boxed .30-40 Krag ammunition. Sold For 130.00
  50. Tray lot – (120) Rounds of boxed 8mm Mauser ammunition. Sold For 65.00
  51. Tray lot – (100) Rounds of boxed Federal 10ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 60.00
  52. WWII German Carl Eickhorn dress bayonet with scabbard and a vintage bowie knife marked Boppard on handle with a leather sheath. Sold For 80.00
  53. 1908 Erfurt 98/05 bayonet with a sawback blade and matching scabbard. Sold For 110.00
  54. (2) Bayonets- Mauser bayonet marked Alex Coppel Solingen and a foreign unmarked bayonet, both with scabbards. Sold For 60.00
  55. (2) Long gun, pine wood display cases. Sold For 35.00
  56. Tray lot – Loose collectable shotgun shells including a 40mm L/70 fuse. Sold For 20.00
  57. Tray lot – (14) Mostly full boxes of vintage .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Sold For 40.00
  58. Tray lot – Various gun cleaning kits, tools, and supplies. Sold For 30.00
  59. Tray lot – Mostly ammunition including some brass in vintage .32 Long Colt, .25-20 Winchester, .270 Winchester, .35 Remington, and others. Sold For 120.00
  60. Tray lot – (8) Full and partially full boxes of collectable shotgun shells. Sold For 10.00
  61. Tray lot – Mostly gun cleaning kits and supplies including a Zombie Hunter bb pistol, hand warmer, and gun locks. Sold For 15.00
  62. Tray lot – Various .22 cal. ammunition including some blanks and 6mm bb caps. Sold For 80.00
  63. Tray lot – Mixed lot of ammunition and brass in .218 Bee, .357 Magnum, 9mm, .25-20 Win, .380 Auto, and others. Sold For 120.00
  64. Tray lot – Various boxed modern shotgun shells including some loose collectable shells and boxed Crosman bb’s. Sold For 35.00
  65. Modern ammunition crate full of loose collectable shotgun shells, modern 16ga. slugs, vintage casings, and empty powder tins. Sold For 35.00
  66. Tray lot – Mostly .22 cal. ammunition including a full brink of PMC Target .22 and a box of .222 Rem. ammunition. Sold For 55.00
  67. Tray lot – Various accessories including Remington butt plates, rifle scopes, hunting knife, scope rings, Remington glass plate, and others. Sold For 210.00
  68. Tray lot – Mostly 12ga. shotgun shells including various loose shells and a military ammo can. Sold For 35.00
  69. Plastic bucket full of linked .30-06 blanks, some in Garand clips in bandoliers, signal flare casings, and other loose cartridges. Sold For 65.00
  70. Tray lot – Mostly vintage shotgun shells, .38 Special cartridges, and a Brownell’s shotgun sight bead kit. Sold For 35.00
  71. French mod. 1886 Lebel rifle bayonet with scabbard. Sold For 45.00
  72. (2) Bayonets- German K98 bayonet S/242 with scabbard and a German 1898/05 “Butcher” bayonet and scabbard. Sold For 95.00
  73. WWI Erfurt 1916 sawback bayonet including its scabbard. Sold For 120.00
  74. Plastic bin full of various reloading tools and supplies including a case trimmer, dies, and loose accessories. Sold For 20.00
  75. Tray lot – (4) Empty military ammo cans. Sold For 40.00
  76. Plastic bin full of empty reloading die and bullet mould boxes, cartridge tray, and smokeless powder. Sold For 15.00
  77. Tray lot – Many loose rounds of fired .308 Winchester brass, including an ammo can containing some loose cartridges. Sold For 17.50
  78. Tray lot – Lyman Spartan press including some extra press handles. Sold For 40.00
  79. Tray lot – Mostly gun cleaning accessories including some recoil pads and gun locks. Sold For 22.50
  80. Webley Vulcan 5.5mm break barrel air rifle with attached 2x20 Charles Daly scope. Sold For 45.00
  81. Tray lot – (8) Boxes of Hornady .204 Ruger and .270 Winchester ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  82. Vintage compound bow, includes a Martin Archery scope and a quiver of arrows. Sold For 25.00
  83. (2) Daisy bb air rifles- Daisy mod. 450 and a Daisy mod. 96 with an attached scope. Sold For 50.00
  84. Vanguard GBP-3 shooting bi-pod and a Bog-Pod shooting tri-pod. Sold For 50.00
  85. Wooden chest containing various ammunition including .45 Auto, .380 Auto, .40 S&W, 9mm Luger, and .308 Winchester Match. Sold For 45.00
  86. Benjamin .22 cal. target air pistol contains original Benjamin tin of pellets and original box. Sold For 140.00
  87. Vintage pair of US marked military long trail style snow shoes. Sold For 130.00
  88. Tray lot – Ritz 10x50 binoculars, military rifle care kits, chest rigs, fired brass, knife sheath, and others. Sold For 20.00
  89. Bruni Italian ME Ranger .380 starters pistol, includes a wooden box. Sold For 25.00
  90. WWI era US Army Homing Pigeon cage. Sold For 75.00
  91. Box lot – Various fired brass and blank cartridges including some cast lead bullets and an empty rifle powder tin. Sold For 50.00
  92. Tray lot – Vintage Victor small game leg traps and stakes. Sold For 70.00
  93. (3) Modern Winchester advertisements- Tin Winchester Cartridge and Guns advertisement and (2) banners. Sold For 30.00
  94. Remington mod. 700 synthetic rifle stock, vintage Western wooden ammo box, and a Dupont powder tin. Sold For 25.00
  95. Box lot – Mostly .30 Carbine fired brass, wooden cartridge trays, various loose cartridges, and others. Sold For 40.00
  96. (5) Various gun cleaning kits by Marbles, Outers, Westernfield, and Hoppes. Sold For 7.50
  97. Framed Winchester Carbine model “1866 The Gun That Won The West.” Sold For 22.50
  98. Box lot – Mostly cartridges belts including some slings and lens caps. Sold For 10.00
  99. Lyman Pro 1200 Turbo Tumbler in its original box. Sold For 25.00
  100. Tray lot – (11) Mostly full boxes of various 12ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 55.00
  101. Tray lot – Various muzzle loading accessories including a Lyman double cavity bullet mold, powder flask, .50 cal. lead balls, and others. Sold For 35.00
  102. Tray lot – (6) Leather and plastic holsters, magazine pouch, and (4) S&W handgun boxes. Sold For 60.00
  103. Tray lot – (7) Boxes full of mostly .357 Magnum ammunition including some brass. Sold For 60.00
  104. Tray lot – Large grouping of various gun parts. Sold For 60.00
  105. Tray lot – (7) Plastic cartridge boxes full of .357 Magnum ammunition and brass. Sold For 30.00
  106. Tray lot – Various muzzle loading accessories. Sold For 30.00
  107. Tray lot – Reloading accessories including an RCBS case trimmer, vintage Lyman .45 cal. bullet sizer, Winchester shotshell primers, and others. Sold For 45.00
  108. Tray lot – Various fired brass in .44 Rem. Mag, .30-30 Win, .308 Win, .270 Win, and .243 Win. Sold For 10.00
  109. Tray lot – Various gun parts including a Palmetto AR-15 butt stock, vertical grip, Ruger 10/22 barrel, and others. Sold For 40.00
  110. Tray lot – (8) Boxes and a cartridge box containing .38 Special ammunition. Sold For 40.00
  111. Remington 1100 12ga. left handed barrel and a .22 cal. rifle stock. Sold For 45.00
  112. Bag lot – (4) 15 round and (1) 10 round Glock 19 magazines. Sold For 45.00
  113. Tray lot – Various ammunition including .300 Savage, .30-30 Winchester, .35 Remington, and 20ga. shells. Sold For 50.00
  114. Box lot – Mostly empty plastic cartridge boxes, Lee powder measure kit, revolver cleaning kit, and others. Sold For 15.00
  115. Box lot – (5) Soft handgun and long gun cases, including a Midway bag containing (5) TSG-22 .22LR magazines. Sold For 40.00
  116. Tray lot – Ruger Mini 14 barrels, trigger guards, and assorted related parts. Sold For 375.00
  117. Tray lot – Vintage and modern 12ga. shotgun shells including a box of Peters High Velocity. Sold For 35.00
  118. Early WWII era Japanese Katana sword includes the original wood and leather wrapped scabbard- unsigned and slighty rusty tang. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 350.00
  119. Tray lot – Good grouping of various scope mounting parts. Sold For 60.00
  120. Vintage brick of Peters High Velocity .22 Short Rim Fire ammunition. Sold For 70.00
  121. Tray lot – Good grouping of various gun parts including handgun barrels, cylinders, hammers, and others. Sold For 130.00
  122. (2) Vintage Belgium and other side by side 12ga. barrels. Sold For 5.00
  123. Tray lot – Outer’s No. 477 rifle cleaning kit, shotgun cleaning rod, and a Tasco 4x rimfire scope. Sold For 12.50
  124. Vintage 35 inch unsigned bear trap includes the anchor chain. Sold For 410.00
  125. Tote lot – Mostly military related accessories- Vietnam war Coleman lantern, trench shovel, pouches, VFW cap, and others. Sold For 45.00
  126. (2) Prints and a box of reference books- Western framed print, “Great Blue Heron” print, Bayonets reference book by Brayley, and others. Sold For 30.00
  127. Tray lot – (3) Boxes of Winchester and Cor Bon .40 S&W ammunition. Sold For 35.00
  128. Leupold Sequoia 15-45x60mm Wind River Spotting Scope- includes original accessories and box. Sold For 120.00
  129. Remington mod. 700 .300 Win. Mag. stainless barrel. Sold For 30.00
  130. Bushnell Elite 3200 Firefly 1.5-4.5x32 Glowing Reticle rifle scope. Sold For 80.00
  131. Tray lot – (9) Boxes of various .30-06 Springfield ammunition and some brass. Sold For 50.00
  132. (3) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 22.50
  133. Signed Brown Trout carving on drift wood. Sold For 50.00
  134. Tray lot – Large grouping of various shotgun shells and rifled slugs. Sold For 50.00
  135. German dress dagger and scabbard marked C. Gustav Spitzer. Sold For 70.00
  136. Tray lot – Nikon 9x35A feather weight binoculars, leather holsters, cartridge belts, and a vintage cleaning rod. Sold For 35.00
  137. Tray lot – Vintage .38 Special, .357 Magnum, and 9mm Parabellum ammunition and some brass. Sold For 40.00
  138. Vintage Heinz Co. tin containing various wooden goose calls, turkey call, and others. Sold For 70.00
  139. Browning Deluxe Camo Bushmaster compound bow including a quiver of arrows and a soft case. Sold For 30.00
  140. Hard double capacity long gun case. Sold For 12.50
  141. Tray lot – Various .30-30 Winchester and 6mm Remington ammunition and some brass. Sold For 35.00
  142. Tray lot – Various accessories including an Aimpoint 2000 scope, fillet knife, flask, canteen, and a Rod and Gun patch. Sold For 40.00
  143. Ned Smith signed limited edition “Testing the Wind” framed print. Sold For 170.00
  144. (2) Box lots – PA Game News magazines 1970’s-1980’s. Sold For .50
  145. Ned Smith signed limited edition “Dixie Prince” framed print. Sold For 130.00
  146. (2) Vintage wooden Peters shotshell cartridge boxes. Sold For 30.00
  147. Tray lot – Various accessories including 12ga. shells, 70’s-80’s hunting licenses, Regulation booklets, and reference books. Sold For 17.50
  148. (2) Framed Prints – “Pirouette” by Ned Smith and Pintails by Charles Murphy. Sold For 40.00
  149. (2) Box lots – PA Game News magazines 1960’s-1980’s. Sold For 4.00
  150. (2) Vintage wooden Peters shotshell cartridge boxes. Sold For 40.00
  151. (3) Framed Prints- 1983 PA Duck Stamp sample, Ned Smith gallery print, and Summer Exhibition Royal Academy of Arts print. Sold For 35.00
  152. Daisy Powerline 880 .177 cal. air rifle including a soft long gun case. Sold For 15.00
  153. Tray lot – Swiss Schmidt Rubin 1889 magazine, 7.5x55 Swiss ammunition, some .22 LR, and 12ga. shells. Sold For 110.00
  154. Hard double capacity long gun case. Sold For 25.00
  155. Golden Eagle “Predator” compound bow, includes extra accessories including arrows and hard case. Sold For 35.00
  156. US mod. 1892 Krag bayonet with sheath including (2) Imperial and Prah hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 45.00
  157. Tray lot – Military ammo can filled with loose .30-06 military ball ammunition and a cartridge box full of 7mm-08 Remington ammunition. Sold For 35.00
  158. Treadlock 10 place turn dial gun safe. Sold For 180.00
  159. (2) Vintage wooden rods with attached Penn Senator 113 and Pflueger Capital casting reels. Sold For 17.50
  160. (2) Various fishing rods- Shakespeare Sturdy Stick with attached Mitchell 302 Salt Water reel and other spinning rod and Garcia reel. Sold For 40.00
  161. (2) Vintage fishing rods with attached Ocean City 112 and unmarked casting reels. Sold For 20.00
  162. Bag lot – New bolt and internal parts for complete 1903-A3 bolt assembly. Sold For 50.00
  163. Tray lot – Romanian AK-47 folding stock, bayonet, and an SKS chest pack. Sold For 30.00
  164. Bag lot – (3) Glock 23 magazines including a .40 to 9mm Lone Wolf conversion barrel for a Glock 23. Sold For 80.00
  165. (1000) Round case of Golden Tiger 7.62x39 ammunition. Sold For 230.00
  166. Bag lot – (5) HK model 91/G3 magazines. Sold For 15.00
  167. (480) Round case of surplus Greek .30-06 M2 ball ammunition. Sold For 260.00
  168. (2) Vintage painted Blue Bill and Redhead user duck decoys- one signed James Burton. Sold For 20.00
  169. Vintage wrought iron 8 tine fish gig, includes the wooden handle. Sold For 30.00
  170. (2) Vintage painted Canvasback and Mallard user duck decoys. Sold For 60.00
  171. Group of vintage fishing rods, empty tackle box, and (7) boxes of .32 H&R Mag. fired brass. Sold For 3.00
  172. (2) Vintage cork and paper mache duck decoys- one by Victor Animal Trap Co. Lititz, PA. Sold For 15.00
  173. Vintage recurve bow, includes a quiver of arrows, wrist guards,  and a hard bow case. Sold For 12.50
  174. Box style duck decoy mold. Sold For 50.00
  175. Box lot – (6) Various plastic and styrofoam duck and goose decoys. Sold For 5.00
  176. Tray lot – Various smokeless reloading powder- IMR 4320, 4350, 4895, and Winchester 760. Sold For 55.00
  177. Tray lot – Good selection of reloading bullets in .30, .22, 6mm, 7mm, and others. Sold For 100.00
  178. Tray lot – Fired brass in 7mm Mauser, .308 Win, .243 Win, .32 H&R Mag, and others. Sold For 17.580
  179. Tray lot – Collectible belt buckles including a Walther PPK/S blowback air pistol. Sold For 35.00
  180. Hornady Apex 3.1 shotshell reloader including a gas assist automatic index. Sold For 50.00
  181. Tray lot – Various smokeless reloading powder- IMR 3031, 4227, 4831, Hodgdon H414, and H4831. Sold For 60.00
  182. Grouping of various spinning rods with attached and loose spinning and casting reels. Sold For 30.00
  183. Tray lot – Target throwers, leather holsters, and a Crosman Mark I target pistol. Sold For 65.00
  184. Tray lot – Good selection of reloading bullets in .30, .22, .243, 6mm, 7mm, and others. Sold For 70.00
  185. Vintage clay bird thrower including an iron field target set-up. Sold For 55.00
  186. Vintage Browning Cobra #45 recurve bow and a quiver of two arrows. Sold For 30.00
  187. Tray lot – Mostly reloading accessories including a Lyman case trimmer, powder bushings, and two reference books. Sold For 30.00
  188. Tray lot – Many rounds of fired brass including .45 M1911 ball casings. Sold For 15.00
  189. Tray lot – (11) Boxes of .270 Winchester both ammunition and brass. Sold For 75.00
  190. Box lot – Mostly buck lure, lens caps, cleaning patches, and hunting supplies. Sold For 15.00
  191. (3) Leather and nylon Outdoor Connections long gun cases. Sold For 50.00
  192. Tray lot – (2) Buck 110 Folding Hunter sheath knives and a Buck 055 folding knife, all with their original boxes. Sold For 100.00
  193. Tray lot – (4) Vintage Brite-Bore and Hoppe’s gun cleaning kits. Sold For 10.00
  194. Tray lot – (2) Sheath knives- Puma Skinner and a Sleepy Hollow both staghorn handled hunting knives with sheaths. Sold For 120.00
  195. (3) Soft long gun cases. Sold For 15.00
  196. Tray lot – (9) Boxes mostly full of .270 Winchester ammunition and some fired brass, including a cartridge pouch. Sold For 180.00
  197. Box lot – Various accessories including hand gun cases, Marksman 1010 air pistol, ear muffs, hunters safety vests, and others. Sold For 20.00
  198. (3) Boxes of Federal 550 round value packs of .22 Long Rifle ammunition. (1650 rounds total) Sold For 95.00
  199. Metal military ammo can containing various .30-06 Springfield ammunition and some brass in boxes or Garand clips. Sold For 60.00
  200. Tray lot – Double edge dagger and sheath knives by Schrade, Ka Bar, and others. Sold For 60.00
  201. Box lot – (10) Boxes of mostly 12ga. shotgun shells including some slugs, and fired brass. Sold For 45.00
  202. Box lot – Various gun cleaning supplies. Sold For 30.00
  203. Haenel model V 4.5mm German made pellet rifle. Sold For 140.00
  204. (2) Boxes of Speer .452 round nose cast lead bullets. (Approx. 1000 rounds) Sold For 70.00
  205. RCBS Sidewinder Case Tumbler. Sold For 45.00
  206. Tray lot – Various .38 Special cast lead reloading bullets. Sold For 30.00
  207. Tray lot – Many rounds of loose .44 Mag. cast lead reloading bullets. Sold For 130.00
  208. Box lot – Winchester Xpert target 12ga. shell casings including a wooden gun vice. Sold For 15.00
  209. Tray lot – (2) Cans full of various .38 Special cast lead bullets. Sold For 30.00
  210. (2) Boxes of Speer .452 round nose cast lead bullets. (Approx. 1000 rounds) Sold For 80.00
  211. RWS Diana mod. 40 .177 cal. pellet rifle. Sold For 90.00
  212. Johnny Stewart Prey Master digital game caller. Sold For 35.00
  213. 56 inch aluminum blow gun with darts. Sold For 30.00
  214. Daisy mod. 25 “Anniversary” bb air rifle including a box of zinc coated bb’s. Sold For 70.00
  215. (2) Boxes of Minuteman Army .44 Special ammunition. Sold For 35.00
  216. Italian WW2 M1891 Carcano bayonet. Sold For 90.00
  217. Thompson Center Contender .45/410 10inch barrel with the original box. Sold For 260.00
  218. Crosman Arms mod. 3500 bb air rifle. Sold For 30.00
  219. Thompson Center Contender .223 Rem. 10inch barrel w/ scope includes the original box, Sold For 140.00
  220. Military ammo can filled with (400) rounds of .30-06 ball ammunition. Sold For 140.00
  221. Tray lot – (300) Rounds of loose .30 Carbine ammunition. Sold For 65.00
  222. Tray lot – (6) Various RCBS dies and die sets for .38 Special, .250 Savage, .264 Win. Mag, .30-06, and .308 Win. Sold For 65.00
  223. (2) Box lots – Various Rock Island Auction company catalogs, hunting pants, and blankets. Sold For 1.00
  224. Military ammo containing (63) rounds of linked .50 cal. ammunition. Sold For 190.00
  225. Tray lot – Various .45, .44, and .41 cal. reloading bullets. Sold For 50.00
  226. Military ammo can filled with (300) rounds of loose .308 Win. ammunition. Sold For 90.00
  227. Tray lot – Various reloading bullets in mostly 6mm. Sold For 85.00
  228. Military ammo can filled with (275) rounds of .308 Portuguese ammunition. Sold For 110.00
  229. Tray lot – HK G3 and AR 15 magazines, .30-06 ammunition in stripper clips with a bandolier, and .30-06 fired brass. Sold For 10.00
  230. Tray lot – Various RCBS and Lee crimp dies, primer pocket swager, die sets, and others. Sold For 45.00
  231. Tray lot – Various reloading bullets in .270 and .224 cal. Sold For 75.00
  232. (3) Empty military ammo cans. Sold For 45.00
  233. Tray lot - .270 cal. reloading bullets. Sold For 45.00
  234. (4) Empty military ammo cans. Sold For 30.00
  235. Tray lot – Lyman case trimmer, powder dribbler, .300 Weatherby Mag ammo, and others. Sold For 25.00
  236. Tray lot – Mostly reloading die sets for .30-30 WCF, .220 Swift, .243, .30-06 and others. Sold For 45.00
  237. Box lot – (4) Partially full containers of Alliant and Hodgdon smokeless powder. Sold For 35.00
  238. Tray lot – (8) Various dies and reloading die sets for .270 Win, .30 M1, .357 Mag, 8mm Rem, and others. Sold For 70.00
  239. Box lot -Reloading booklets, parts catalogs, and fishing related books. Sold For 45.00
  240. RCBS Vibratory Case Cleaner and dry media. Sold For 60.00
  241. Tray lot – Reloading bullets in .40, .30 and .22 cal, including a bag of .40 S&W brass. Sold For 80.00
  242. (2) Box lots – Hunting jackets, AA 20ga. wads, and a box of arrows. Sold For 17.50
  243. Tray lot – Midway electronic powder scale, including (3) partially full containers of smokeless powder. Sold For 25.00
  244. Tray lot – Mostly reloading accessories including primers, precision caliper, Lee Auto-Prime, fired brass, and other items. Sold For 25.00
  245. (2) Tray lot – Empty plastic cartridge boxes, trays, empty ammo boxes, and 12ga. casings. Sold For 25.00
  246. Tray lot – (4) Partially full containers of IMR smokeless powder. Sold For 55.00
  247. Tray lot – Various accessories including two sheath knives, 1980’s-90’s hunting licenses, Ruger handgun box, and other accessories. Sold For 80.00
  248. Tray lot – Cast lead reloading bullets, electric powder trickler, shell holders, and others. Sold For 40.00
  249. (3) US Naval dress uniforms and blue jumper. Sold For 5.00
  250. Tray lot – Various accessories including many hand tools, shotshells, pistol grips, and others. Sold For 35.00
  251. Box lot – Mixed batch of fired brass in .308 Win, .40 S&W, .45 Auto, and others. Sold For 17.50
  252. (10) Boxes of vintage Western Super X 16ga. shotgun shells. Sold For 150.00
  253. Large group of fishing related accessories- many lures, casting reels, and vintage rods. Sold For 25.00
  254. Trekker camouflage hunting blind. Sold For 25.00
  255. Tray lot – Mostly .45 Auto and some 8x57 ammunition. Sold For 120.00
  256. Tray lot – Camping accessories including a Sears lantern, size 9 boots, hand warmer, and a galvanized minnow bucket. Sold For 12.50
  257. Box lot – Many rounds of fired .30-06 brass. Sold For 15.00
  258. Tray lot – 10ga. shotgun shells, 7.62x54 blanks, Olt owl call, flashlight, and other accessories. Sold For 40.00
  259. Tray lot – Winchester Wildcat .22 long rifle ammunition and .22 Hornet fired brass. Sold For 40.00
  260. Tray lot – Powder horns, Italian starter pistol, Herters 1.5x scopes, scope mounts, shot pouch, and others. Sold For 45.00

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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.