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Sako Hunter 270win For sale


I purchased this rifle new in 1985,its been taken well care of ,but I have been archery only for the past several years now and this rifle has done nothing but sit . Time to sell it to someone that would appreciate it .My price is Firm .Firm ,Firm I will not lower my selling price and buyer pays s...

Winchester model 1894


I have for sale very well used Winchester model 1894 30wcf Manufactured 1913.

Connecticut Arms “Bulldog”


Unique pivoting breech deringer in very good condition. 50% nickel plating on the frame and about as much blue on the barrel. Strong springs, proper single action function, slight amount of play on the breech block. Bright barrel with crisp rifling. Fine gutta percha grips without cracks or chips. A...

RARE Charles Francois Galand 1872 Self-Extracting Revolver


12mm center fire revolver by famous French inventor C.F. Galand, made in Liege, Belgium. The gun is kept "in the white", fully functional and complete. The walnut grips are very fine without cracks or chips. Strong springs, properly indexing cylinder with just a little play between the hand and cyli...

Rare National Arms Deringer


A rare, fine quality .41 rim fire deringer from the National Arms company. Originally the Moore's Firearms Co., National Arms was in business for only a few years before being purchased by Colt in 1870. These rare little gems are very well made and would surely pack a punch with their short barrel a...

RARE Hammonds Patent Deringer


Excellent and Rare Hammond's Patent Single Shot Deringer This is a very rare and extremely nice Connecticut Arms single shot Deringer in .44 rim fire. The largest caliber Deringer-type pistol ever made. It is known as the "Bulldog", and has a unique side-pivoting breechblock and spring-loaded extr...

Uhlinger .32 rim fire revolver


William P. Uhlinger made high quality guns in Philadelphia from 1861 to 1865. Since his guns were a direct infringement of S&W's (Rollin White) patent, few of his guns are actually marked with his name. Instead he sold them under the names of gun retailers and dealers. This specimen is marked "J...

Very RARE Chicago Firearms “Protector”


Manufactured by The Ames Sword Company under contract for Peter Finnigan, who formed the Chicago Firearms Co. to sell these "palm-squeezers" at the 1891 Worlds Fair in Chicago. Ames defaulted on the contract and Finnigan sued. He won and Ames was penalized for missing the deadline. The remainder of ...

Hopkins & Allen XL No. 4


Rare Hopkins & Allen XL No. 4, bulldog-type .38 rim fire short pocket revolver. Correctly functioning with strong springs and tight action. About 75% original nickel plating with some loss around the cylinder and right side of the frame. Excellent walnut grips. Fine overall. SN# 660. DISCLAIMER:...

Mauser Broomhandle C96 WW1 “RED 9” Walnut Shoulder Stock.Ref.#C...


Mauser WW1 Broomhandle Pistol C96 "RED 9" Shoulder Stock. Mauser C96 Red "9" WW1 wartime Commercial Stock. Stock-Iron # 111. Walnut wood stock in good condition with a few light scratches only.

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