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Springfield M1 Garand

Sold For $1,425.00
Manufacturer: Springfield Caliber: .30-06 SPRG Barrel: 23.75″ Bore Condition: Good This M1 looks to be a rebuild using a Blue Sky barrel and a Winchester operating rod. This rifle also comes with a sling and a magazine sling with clips included. Erosion gauge scores just below .025mm, which means nearly ZERO erosion. Manufactured in 1943.
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Colt SP1 Pre-Ban AR-15 Sporter

Sold For $1,750.00
Manufacturer: Colt Model: SP1 Pre-Ban AR-15 Sporter Caliber: .223 Rem Barrel: 20.5″ Bore Condition: Good This rifle was manufactured in 1978 and includes the original Colt 3×20 rifle scope along with a black nylon sling. The Colt SP1 shown here is one of the earliest available AR-15 rifles offered to the general public on a wide scale. Colt took two […]
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Colt Anaconda

Sold For $2,275.00
Manufacturer: Colt Model: Anaconda Caliber: .45 Colt Barrel: 6″ Bore Condition: Good Introduced in 1990, the Colt Anaconda is a large frame double-action revolver featuring a full-length under-barrel ejection-rod lug and six round cylinder, designed and produced by the Colt’s Manufacturing Company.
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Ultra Light Arms Ultimate Mountain Rifle

Sold For $2,575.00
Manufacturer: NULA Caliber: 6mm. Rem Barrel: 22″ Bore Condition: Good This rifle (NULA UMR) is built on an intermediate length action. It is designed for exceptional accuracy with .308 class cartridges, while maintaining extreme lightweight. The action weighs a modest 20 ounces, and the finished rifle is only 5 pounds. This rifle includes a Leupold Vari-X 3×9 Compact rifle […]
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Winchester 101 XTR Pigeon Grade Engraved 3 Barrel Set

Sold For $3,275.00
Manufacturer: Winchester Caliber: 20ga, 28ga, .410ga Barrel: 28″ Bore Condition: Excellent Introduced in 1974 and manufactured in Japan. This is a deluxe engraved version of the standard Model 101 and features a coin finished receiver, trigger guard and forearm latch assembly. The receiver has light scroll engraving with a pigeon and “WINCHESTER” on the bottom. The upper tang and […]
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National Postal Meter M1 Carbine

Sold For $1,125.00
This rifle was manufactured between December 1943 and May 1944. It includes two manuals: 1. (1942) Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin 2. (1952) Department of the Army/Air Force Field Manual. Manufacturer: National Postal Meter Caliber: .30 Carbine Barrel: 18″ Bore Condition: Good
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MI-VAL Hammer Shotgun

Sold For $1,057.00
Mi-Val was an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that was acquired by Beretta after WWII. It would appear that some firearms production was transferred to Mi-Val. Several Italian gunmakers, including Antonio Zoli, Vincenzo Bernardelli, and Guerini Pintossi A. produced similar entry-level outside hammer SxS doubles during the 1950s and ’60s. Manufacturer: MI-VAL Caliber: 12ga Barrel: 28″ Bore […]
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U.S. Historical Society Commemorative Pitcairn Flintlock Pistol

Sold For $1,499.00
This Murdoch Scottish replica pistol was created by the US Historical Society and the Eli Whitney Museum and is a replica of the pistol that historians believe fired the first shot of the American Revolutionary War as carried by British Major John Pitcairn at the battles of Lexington and Concord. This classic Scottish pistol is […]
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DWM 1917 Artillery Luger P.08

Sold For $3,375.00
Amongst the various models of Austrian designer Georg Luger’s famous pistol, the Artillery model is one of the most iconic and most desirable. The Artillery Luger with its 8? barrel was first made for use by artillery units and airmen after the Kaiser approved them in July of 1913. The full equipment of one of […]
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Webley & Scott MK VI Top Break

Sold For $1,150.00
The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver) was, in various marks, a standard-issue service pistol for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, and the British Empire and Commonwealth, from 1887 until 1963. The Mk VI, introduced in 1915 during the First World War, is perhaps the best-known […]
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Winchester 101 Skeet 3 Barrel Set! Japan Olin Kodensha

Sold For $2,225.00
In 1962 Olin/Winchester of New Haven, CT formed a joint venture with the Kodensha Co. Ltd to produce the Winchester Model 101 O/U. This Venture was known as the Olin- Kodensha Co. Ltd. Manufacturer: Winchester Caliber: 20,28,.410 GA Barrel: 28″
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Winchester Model 94

Sold For $650.00
This rifle was manufactured in 1950. The Winchester Model 1894 rifle is a lever-action repeating rifle that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time. It was designed by John Browning in 1894. Manufacturer: Winchester Caliber: .30-30 Win Barrel: 20″
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Colt Python 357

Sold For $1,445.00
This revolver was manufactured in 1962. This revolver either has heavy bluing wear or has been refinished to look like it has a rustic look, but we are uncertain as to which has happened. The Colt Python is a .357 Magnum caliber revolver manufactured by Colt’s Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. It is sometimes referred […]
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Colt 38 Super

Sold For $1,746.11
Manufactured in 1967. Manufacturer: Colt Caliber: .38 Super Barrel: 5″
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Colt Diamondback

Sold For $867.00
Manufactured in 1975, the Diamondback is visually similar to the Python but has a smaller “D” frame compared to the Python’s “I” frame. The barrel of this Colt has some minor damage to the crown of the barrel where it meets the cylinder. Manufacturer: Colt Caliber: .38 SPL Barrel: 4″
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Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 Kit Gun

Sold For $506.01
It was designed to be easily packed in a hunting or fishing “kit” for small game hunting, plinking, pest control, and self-defense. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Caliber: .22 LR Barrel: 2″
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American Industries Calico M-100 P Pre-Ban

Sold For $555.99
Possessing a unique 100-round helical-fed magazine mounted on top of the weapon, American Industries Manufactured This Calico Pistol In Bakersfield California. This Calico M-100 P Is Pre Ban Vintage Manufactured Prior To The Assault Weapons Ban. Manufacturer: American Industries Caliber: .22 LR Barrel: 7″
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Century Arms RAS47 AK-47

Sold For $590.00
The Century Arms RAS47 is 100% made in America and features a 16″ Chrome-moly 4150 nitride treated barrel. It also features a larger T-shaped magazine catch. The RAS47 is compatible with AKM furniture and accepts all standard AK magazines. Manufacturer: Century Arms Caliber: 7.62x39mm Barrel: 16.5″
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Winchester 94 Sheriff Bat Masterson Special Edition Model 94

Sold For $782.00
This Winchester 94 Sheriff Bat Masterson is a commemorative lever-action rifle chambered in 30-30 Win with a 5-plus-1 round capacity. A 20-inch blued steel barrel is adorned with a buckhorn rear sight and a blade front sight. The 94 Sheriff Bat Masterson features a silvered steel receiver with detailed engravings of wild west scenes. Checkering […]
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Ruger Mini-14

Sold For $685.00
Simple, rugged, Garand-style action with a breech bolt locking system, a fixed-piston gas system, and self-cleaning moving gas cylinder gives unparalleled reliability under harsh operating conditions. Cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity. Includes an Allen sling as well. Manufacturer: Ruger Caliber: 5.56 NATO Barrel: 18″
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Benelli M2

Sold For $905.00
Made in Italy in 2014. The Benelli M2 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Benelli Armi SpA. It is an updated version of the Benelli M1. Like its predecessor, it is available in several versions for civilian, law enforcement and military use. It features the proprietary Benelli inertia system of operation. Manufacturer: Benelli Caliber: 12ga Barrel: 18″
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Remington 03-A3

Sold For $532.89
This is an example of a WWII production rifle as manufactured by the Remington Arms Company. Manufacturer: Remington Caliber: .30-06 Barrel: 24″
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Savage Model 99

Sold For $630.00
The Model 99 is a series of hammerless lever-action rifles created by the Savage Arms Company in Utica, New York. The Model 99 features a unique rotary magazine, and was extremely popular with big game hunters and was even issued to the Montreal Home Guard during the First World War. This particular model is also […]
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Smith & Wesson Model 19-3

Sold For $730.00
The Smith & Wesson Model 19 “Combat Magnum” was one of the most beloved handguns ever made. Produced continuously from 1957 to 1999, tens of thousands of police officers carried a Model 19 on their hip, including US Immigration and Naturalization Service and the US Border Patrol agents. While larger departments could afford to issue […]
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U.S. Springfield Armory 1896 Krag

Sold For $882.00
Named for its inventors, Norwegian Royal Artillery officer Ole Hermann Johannes Krag and civilian Erik Jorgensen, the Krag-Jorgensen rifle was the first small-caliber smokeless power repeating long arm to be adopted by the U.S. Army. This rifle also marked the beginning of the change from large-caliber/low muzzle velocity ammunition to smaller caliber/higher energy rounds for […]
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Smith & Wesson Model 63

Sold For $620.00
Beautifully balanced and producing almost no felt recoil, this full-sized rimfire serves very nicely as an understudy to the Model 686 .357 Magnum, or as a target shooting revolver in its own right. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Caliber: .22 LR Barrel: 4″
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CZ Huglu Redhead Target

Sold For $880.00
The Redhead Premier Target is assembled like the standard Redhead Premier but with a different purpose in mind. This over/under has been designed to crush clay targets, plain and simple! Manufacturer: CZ Caliber: 12ga Barrel: 30″
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Dan Wesson Model 15

Sold For $480.00
Dan Wesson revolvers were designed by Karl R. Lewis and are famous for their interchangeable barrels. This handgun does not come with other barrels, but it is a one of a kind pistol, great for shooters and collectors alike! Manufacturer: Dan Wesson Caliber: .357 Mag Barrel: 6″
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Winchester 70 Featherweight Super Grade Pre-64

Sold For $4,251.00
Manufactured in 1957, this rifle is in excellent condition especially considering its age. Only 930 of a total production of 581,471  Pre 64 Winchester Model ’70s were Featherweight Super Grades, and from our research, the Super Grade Featherweights are the rarest (only 200-300 were made in .243 WIN. The Winchester Model 70 (pre-64) was not […]
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Smith & Wesson 639

Sold For $675.00
Second generation pistol based on the first generation Model 39. Stainless steel construction, with a lanyard loop. Squared trigger guard and ambidextrous safety option starting in 1986. Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Caliber: 9mm Barrel: 4″
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Rossi Circuit Judge

Sold For $455.00
The Rossi Circuit Judge takes the most overwhelmingly successful revolver in recent history and has extended its range for incredible hunting and shooting. Now you can fire .410 3″ magnum shotshells, .410 Ga 2.5″ shotshells, and .45 Colt ammunition. In any order you please without switching barrels. The Circuit Judge delivers amazing versatility, accuracy, and […]
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Remington New Model Army

Sold For $480.00
The exact date when this revolver was made is unknown bt was made between 1862 and 1875. The Remington-Beals Model Revolvers along with subsequent models and variations were percussion revolvers manufactured by Eliphalet Remington & Sons in .44 caliber, used during the American Civil War, and was the beginning of a successful line of medium […]
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Savage Model 99F Featherweight Hammerless Lever Action

Sold For $769.00
The Savage 99 was a breakthrough rifle. Only hammerless lever, rotary magazine, very strong, rear lug and so on. Only American lever to feed pointed bullet ammo. An American classic and very highly regarded. Go out west, and you find it is the only rifle really held to a higher regard than the Winchesters. They […]
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Sold For $849.00
The VLTOR VR is a fully-featured lower receiver. It is the perfect upgrade to an existing weapon or an excellent start to a new rifle or pistol build. It features a beveled magazine-well, oversized magazine release button, 3-position QD sling endplate, and more. Manufacturer: VLTOR Caliber: 5.56 Nato Barrel: 16″
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Colt Government MKIV Series 70 1911

Sold For $569.00
The Series 70 Government Model Colts were chambered in .45 ACP, .38 Super, 9mm Parabellum, and 9mm Steyr (for overseas sales). The Government Model has a 5” barrel with checkered walnut grips adorned with the Colt medallion. They were produced in Blue and Nickel finishes. Series 70 models were manufactured from 1970 until 1983. Manufacturer: Colt […]
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Walther P1/P38

Sold For $700.00
These Walters are previously issued West Germany Police Trade-ins. This is a post-WWII version of the P38 double-action pistol only with an alloy frame instead of the steel frame as the early guns had. Manufactured for the West German military and police. In late 1963 the postwar military model P1 was adopted for use by […]
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Sig Sauer P228

Sold For $630.00
The P228 is in use with various law enforcement agencies and also with the US military, where it is designated as the M11. This particular model was manufactured in West Germany. Manufacturer: Sig Sauer Caliber: 9mm Barrel: 3.9″