A very interesting design with a 29 1/2" barrel that has a good bore (for it's age) with shiny lands and dark grooves.stock is not duffel cut and is intact without cracks, chips, or splits, as is the hand guard. The metal condition is excellent with the blue finish surviving almost 100% intact. Some...
H&A had several popular lines of pistols, the XL series being one of them. This is a 3-inch barrel, .32 rim fire XL no. 3 with about 80% of its original nickel plating intact. The gun works as it should, properly indexing and locking cylinder, strong springs and crisp action. The barrel and cyli...
My parents owned a hardware store and this gun came in by mistake. I have had this gun since the late 70's. This gun was never shot. Unfortunately it has a little rust spot on the plating as seen in the pictures. Best Offer.
Luger Carbine mahogany Pistol Presentation Case. Luger Carbine mahogany Case with either Burgundy or Forest Green baize interior** brass hinges and lock. Interior consists of 4 compartments fitted for : Luger Carbine Pistol Luger Carbine Shoulder Stock Luger Magazine Luger Oil Bottle ...
This is the "New Model 2" variant in very good to fine condition. The original nickel plating is about 90% intact with a small amount of flaking on the back strap and around the muzzle. The hard rubber birds head grips are very good, without cracks or chips and minor wear on the high spots. Good act...
Circa 1800 Sardinian Musket.
SKU: 12-452 5 " BBL Serial# 25XX 1873 Patent Date WELLS FARGO & Co. company gun. Ivory grips US stamped on butt. On barrel stamped W.F.& CO'S.EX Matching numbers on barrel, backstrap Antique Status
SKU: 12-448 American 6 1/4" BBL Serial# 8XX (US) Stamped above latch. One of the 1200 made for US Cavalry Nickeled finish Original wood grips Antique Status
SKU: 12-449 American 8" BBL Serial #805XX 1869 Patent date and Original walnut grips Antique Status
SKU: 13-1528 SER# 183XXX Rare Richard Mason Navy Type Barrel. All matching serial #'s. engraved with Ivory grips. This revolver is pictured and referenced to exact serial # in the book "Colt Conversions" by Bruce Mcdowell. Comes with photo copies of pages. Antique Status