October 10, 2009
1. Colt Official Police 38 special cal. Made 1947-1954 with correct brown plastic grips w/Colt logo for
this period. Ser#814633
2. Enfield No. # 5 Mark I Jungle Carbine Serial # BH5903
Marks under safety: M/47C 1946 303 caliber
3. U.S. Model of 1917 Remington, barrel dated 8-18, bore is fair, wood has
the usual scratches and dings from military use. Metal has very little blue left mostly brown patina.
1917-1918 Serial# 480458 30-06 caliber
4. German Mauser K98 Model 48 Cal.8 mm U.S.7.92 x 57 JS Metric Serial No # T77971 Made 1948
into the 1950's at the famed KRAQUJEVAC Arsenal. These 8mm rifles are excellent shooters that are
well made. They became obsolete with the onset of the Semi-Auto battle rifle and were packed away
for 50 years and are now being sold as surplus this rifle is almost as new condition and has an
excellent bore! w/matching bayonet.
5. Remington Rolling Block Improved Model 6 22 Cal. Short -Long or long rifle. Bore is very good and
rifle is in good condition overall. Serial# 492674
6. Winchester model 1900 22 Cal. Short and long only
No serial #
7. J.C. Higgins 22 Cal. Auto rifle, tube feed.
Model 29 Sears #583.79
Made by High Standard for Sears Roebuck & Co No serial #
8. German Mauser 1924 Short rifle from Yugoslavia 8x57mm
Serial # 256926 Rifle has fair but dark bore.
9. Stevens Ideal Model 44 J. Stevens A& T Co. Chicopee Falls Mass. U.S.A.
Pat. April 17,1894, 22 L.R. Calibre Serial# 39395 It is basically a larger
Version of the Favorite. Made 1894-1932
10. Stevens Little Scout Model 14 Vz J. Stevens Arms Co. Chicopee Falls Mass.
U.S.A. Pat. July 2,1907,22 L.R. Calibre No Serial#
11. New England Firearms single shot rifle w/Simmons 3-9 x 40 scope .17 HMR
calibre rimfire Serial# NT 286327 Fired very little!
12.Winchester Model 1897 12ga. Pump Shotgun Serial# E988404 manufactured 1953 excellent
condition with a bright and shinny bore. (This shotgun is in outstanding condition for it's
13. Japanese Model 99 Service Rifle Arisaka with Bayonet 7.7 x 58 mm brought back as War Trophy by
a veteran. It is a type 99, Series 34 made at the TOYO KOGYO Arsenal between 1939 and 1945 The
Serial# is 11666 so this is a rifle made early in the series. The Royal Chrysanthamum is ground off.
The bayonet was made by the Toyoda Jidoshoki Seisakakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works)
under Nagoya Arsenal Supervision. An interesting War Trophy!
14. Stevens Junior Model 11 by J. Stevens Arms Co. Chiopee Falls Mass. U.S.A. Pat.
July 7,1907 , 22 L.R., No Serial# Made 1923-1933
15. Winchester Thumb Trigger Model, Pat. Aug. 29,1899. Has a button behind cocking piece
used to fire with thumb instead of a trigger. Only 75,433 were made between 1904 and 1923
So it is a relatively rare gun! No Serial#
16. Stevens Visible Loader #70. J. Stevens Arms Co. Chicopee Falls Mass. U.S.A.
Pat. April 30,1907..22 S-L-LR, tube fed, exposed hammer, slide action rifle.
17. SAVAGE 1903 Pump Action clip feed, .22 S-L-LR Oct. Barrel
Serial#51.754 Very nice!
18. Russian Mosin Nagant Military Carbine. 7.62 x 54R Serial# 17138 These carbines were
made at the Izhevsk Arsenal and were basically 91/30 rifles cut down and were made without
a provision for a bayonet. Good bore! Made 1938 to 1945.
19.Marlin Model 59 single shot .410 gauge shot gun.
20. Remington Model 11 autoloader 5-shot 12 gauge, 26" barrel w/Poly Choke
This model was manufactured under patent agreement with John Browning.
Serial# 27609 Made 1911-1948 Good bore!
21. LEFEVER ARMS CO. 12ga. 30" barrels (Double Barrel Damascus Twist) side lock
Model with cocking indicator and double triggers. Patented 1872, 80,85,86,87.
Mfg. 1885-1919 This example is an H Model made in 1880,s. The serial # is
Under the forearm and is 55845 H (Do not confuse this gun with the less expensive Nitro Special)
22. Krag Jorgensen Model 1896, 30-40 caliber military rifle-carbine. This is a 1896 altered for a gun
sling with a full length stock. Since the 1905 front sight is not original this is probably a rifle carbine
made up by the Director of Civilian Marksman (NRA) in the 1920's or 1930's or by Stokes Kirk or
Francis Bannerman surplus dealers of that era. This rifle is in very good condition with a bright
shinny bore. Ser# 93257
23. SAVAGE Model 4 .22 cal. Bolt action, clip fed S-L-LR This is a pre-war model with
A checkered pistol grip. No Serial# Made 193 8-1965
24. STEVENS Model 887, .22 Long Rifle-tube fed semi-Auto. Rifle.
Made 1969-72, Very good bore. Serial# D254333
25. SAVAGE Model 6A, .22cal. Semi-auto-tube feed-.22 S-L-LR only functions as semi-auto with LR
ammo. This is a pre-war model with a checkered Pistol grip stock. No Serial# Made 1938-68
26. WINCHESTER Model 94, 30-30 cal. Made in 1971 Very good condition Serial# 3454425
27. Wards Western Field Model 45B .22 cal. S-L-LR bolt action, clip feed. This rifle was made by
Mossberg as a store brand for Montgomery Wards. Made 1938-1941. No Serial#
28. 1896 Springfield 30-40 Krag-Jorgensen Military Rifle. Receiver is dated 1894 and is probably a
1892 rifle which was arsenal up-dated with minor modifications to 1896 specifications. Practically all
the Model 1892 rifles were altered to 1896 which included about 25,000 produced between 1894
and 1896. The 1896 was produced between 1897 and 1898.According to the Serial# 13661 the rifle
was used by the 3*° Infantry. The U.S. Regular Army and N.Y. Volunteer Units in the Spanish
American War were supplied with this weapon.
29. U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1884 , 45-70 Trapdoor Rifle. Marked U.S. on top front of trapdoor, marked
1884 on side of lock. Weapon is good condition but has poor bore. Original type bayonet and
reproduction sling included with rifle. Serial# could be 2600. (Hard to read) This rifle was most
likely used by the 5™ U.S. Infantry.
30. U.S. Springfield Armory Model of 1903, Mark I, Manufactured in 1919 it has the slot in the left side
of the receiver for the Pederson Device. The rifle was last used by the USCG Honor Guard and Drill
Team. The barrel is dated 6-1942 which indicates that it was re-barreled for use in World War II.
Good bore. Serial# 1106963
31.WINCHESTER MODEL 74, .22cal S or LR Semi-Auto tubular magazine in stock, pop-out bolt
assembly. Made between 1939-1955 (with instruction manual). Serial#302008A Excellent
32. J.C. HIGGINS Model 29, tube fed, .22cal. Semi-auto. Sears#583.79 Made by High Standard Arms
Co. for Sears Robuck and Co. No serial#
33. Lion Brand .177cal. Air rifle.
34. 45cal. Flint Lock, black powder pistol replica by ARDESA of Spain.
35. BRITISH ENFIELD #4 MK1,303 cal. marked S NR.4 MKI on LS of Receiver. Marked U.S.
Property on top left of receiver. These markings I. D's this rifle as a part of the "LEND LEASE'
program during W.W. H to England. The large S indicates the rifle was made by the SAVAGE Arms
Corp. and marked U.S. Property in order to be legal for the "Lend Lease" Program. Serial#203930
Interesting WWII rifle. Made in 1942.
36. COLT .22 cal. Auto. Target Pistol, 4.5 inch Heavy Target Barrel. New in the
Box and Never Fired with 2 magazines, ear plugs and manual.
37. STEVENS Model 15 single shot .22 cal. S-L-LR made 1948-1965 by Savage Arms Co. No Serial#
38. WINCHESTER Model 94 Lever Action 30-30 cal. Made 1965-1966 very nice rifle. Serial* 2949535
39. INLAND MI CARBINE very good condition with Sling-Oiler and Magazine coded IS
Barrel is dated 2-1944 and has a slick and shinny bore. Serial# 4966595
40. ENFIELD marked S NO 4 MKI * also marked U.S. Property, barrel is marked U.S. 303 on bottom
of the barrel near front sight. Another "LEND LEASE" rifle. See number 35 above. SERIAL#
41. ENFIELD NO 4 MKI * 303 cal. Marked: LONG BRANCH 1943. Marked 303 CAN CAI ST ALB
VT on bottom of the barrel near front sight. SERIAL# 36L9946
42. ENFIELD NO 4 MKI LONG BRANCH 1943, marked 303 CAN CAI ST ALB VT
On bottom of the barrel near front sight. SERIAL# 25L6640
Both the number 41 and 42 Enfields above were made in Canada by the Long Branch Arsenal for
England during WWII under the "LEND LEASE PROGRAM"
43. U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 1903 , sporter stock with roll over cheek piece, Lyman receiver rear
sight. Lyman ramp front sight with white bead. Good bore.
44. BROWNING A5 16ga. Auto. Shotgun, "SWEET SIXTEEN" Poly Choke installed, bright bore.
Made 1955 SERIAL* 32119 S
45. JAPANESE ARIS AKA Type 99 Infantry rifle Serial* 59381 This rifle is known as a "Last Ditch
Rifle" by collectors because of the crude construction near the end of WWII. The Royal
Chrysanthemum property marking of the Emperor has been ground off, "A face saving measure
allowed the Japanese when the guns were surrendered. "Last Ditch" features include: wood butt
plate, fixed rear peep sight, barrel shaped bolt handle, safety knob with weld blob in the center,
large stock bolt, single screw rear sling swivel and no cleaning rod provision. The rifle appears to
have been used very little and is in good working order and the bore is very good to excellent. A
very Interesting WWII bring back War Trophy!
46. 1860 Army 44 cal. Percussion Revolver. A very good reproduction by UBERTI. Serial# 17156
47. Springfield 1896 30/40 Krag. Receiver dated 1895 Serial* 40946.The barrel has been professionally
plugged at the chamber and muzzle for use as a DRILL RIFLE.
48. PENNSYLVANIA STYLE LONG RIFLE percussion ignition, approximately .40 caliber 39" barrel
marked J.T.S. on top flat. Lock is marked Eman or (Leman) Tanctr PA. has double set triggers. The
names of former owners are carved in the butt stock. W.E. Mick and W.B. Mick. (This is not a
49. ENFIELD NO 4 MKI 303 cal. Long Branch Made 1943, good bore. Another Enfield made
hi Canada by the The Long Branch Arsenal for England during WWII. With Bayonet.
Serial* 60L5451 (Another Lend Lease Rifle)
50. JAPANESE ARISAKA Type 99 Infantry Rifle. This is an early manufactured rifle with adjustable
rear anti-aircraft peep sight, 2 front band screws, metal butt plate and cleaning rod. Excellent bore!
Serial* 49344 Repro sling included.
51. U.S. 1903 SPRINGFIELD MARK I manufactured in 1920, barrel is marked H.S. 12-44 so it was re-
barreled for WWII. The Mark I has a slot cut in the left side of receiver for the PEDERSEN
DEVICE which was an automatic bolt which converted the rifle to a 40 shot Semi-automatic using a
small 30 cal. Pistol type cartridge. Rifle is in good condition with a very good bore. Serial# 1193077
52. IVER JOHNSON Hercules smokeless double barrel 12ga. Shotgun, choked full-modified. Iver
Johnson Arms and Cycle Works Fitchburg Mass. U.S.A. Pat's Mar.15,1915 Apr.27, 1915. The
Hercules Model was manufactured from 1918-1943. Serial# 4646 The double barrel Iver Johnson is
hard to find!
53. WINCHESTER Model 99 THUMB Trigger .22 cal. rifle.Has a button behind the cocking piece used
to fire with the thumb instead of a conventional trigger. Only 75,433 were made between 1904 and
1923 so this is a rare and hard to find gun. .No serial#
54. PEDERSOLI Black Powder lOga. Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun
Screw in chokes, has extra full, modified and improved cyl. with choke wrench.
This is a well made Italian shotgun. Good for goose,turkey etc.
Serial# K34549 (This shotgun lists foe $685.00 from Dixie Gun Works)
55. Japanese ARISAKA Model 38 Military rifle, 6.5x51R cal. Mauser type action, 31 in. barrel
adjustable rear sight, adopted in 1905. The rifle has a very good bore and has the dust cover
on the action. The IMPERIAL SEAL is there but has a screw hole drilled and tapped in it.
Apparently someone had a scope mounted on the rifle at some point. This rifle was manu
factured at the KOISHIKAWA ARSENAL (TOKYO) which operated from 1870-1935.
This is a very nice Type 38 rifle for it's age. Serial# 1533998
56. Japanese ARISAKA Model 99 Type 2 Paratrooper Rifle (Take down version) 7.7x58mm cal.,
adopted 1940. This model has a crossbolt barrel lock that when unscrewed breaks the rifle into two
sections for paratroop jumps. Made at NAGOYA ARSENAL which operated from 1923-1945, the
Japanese IMPERIAL SEAL (CHRYSANTHEMUM) is intact. The rifle has an excellent bore,
antiaircraft adjustable rear peep sight. The two halfs of the rifle have matching #'s 512. The rifle
apparently had a scope at some tune as there are three holes drilled and tapped on top of receiver and
a notch for a bent bolt has been filled in on the wood below the bolt handle. Other than these two
minor defects the rifle is in very good condition. This version of the Model 99 is hard to find,
especially in good condition! Serial#11559
57. TAURUS Model 63, 22cal. Semi-auto, tube feed rifle Made in Brazil. Serial# WK 7003 This rifle is
basically a copy of the old Winchester Model 63 which was made from 1933-1958. (NEW IN
58. REMINGTON Model 597 Stainless .22cal auto loading rifle with Simmons .22 Mag. 3-9x32
Scope in original box with video and manual. Ser# 2658423
59. U.S. Rifle Cal. 30 MI, Springfield Armory with original type sling and 8 round clip.
Very good bore! Ser# 1820905 Rifle made in 1943.
60. O.F. Mossberg & Sons Inc. Model 351KA .22 cal. Semi-Auto Rifle. Tube fed through the butt stock,
AC KRO-GRUV barrel, Excellent condition! Fires .22 long rifle only. No serial # none
61. AMT AUTOMAGII Stainless Semi-Auto Pistol, .22 rim fire magnum cal. In plastic carrying case,
fired very little! Serial# MO6669
62. Beretta Model 92F Semi-Auto Pistol, 9mm Parabellum cal. Great bore! Serial# BEROO4594Z
63. FN/FAL LlAl Heavy barrel Sporter with bipod Cal. 308. The receiver is by IMBEL of Brazil and
was imported by CAI (Century Arms International) St. Albans, Vt. The rifle has the Israeli type
wood, heavy long barrel with muzzle break and removable bipod.Metal is parkerized with normal
wear. The bore is bright and clean. Serial# 121093 The FN/FAL battle rifle is a ruggedly reliable and
widely popular weapon that's been tested in combat on virtually every continent. The FAL has been
used by the military forces of more than 90 different nations and manufactured or assembled in at
least a dozen. (This is a semi-auto sporter version)
64. U.S. Springfield Model 1868, 50/70 cal. trapdoor rifle. The rifle is in good condition mechanically
but barrel is rough inside. Comes with a reproduction bayonet and sling. Serial # on this model is
stamped on the left side of the receiver and on the left side of barrel adjoining the receiver the
number is: 36069
This model used a new trapdoor receiver and a new screw in barrel with witness marks to line up the
barrel and receiver as opposed to the two previous Allin conversions of Civil War muskets to
trapdoor rifles by cutting off the rear of the barrels and soldering or welding the trapdoor in place.
These rifles were used until the Army adapted the 1873 trapdoor in 45/70 cal. A total of 52,145 were
produced 1868-1870 so these rifles are hard to find! Erskine S. Allin was Master Armorer for
Springfield Armory 1865-1879. He designed the trapdoor system of breach loading rifles.
65. WINCHESTER Model 37 Steelbilt 20ga. "Youth Model" 2 % inch Full Choke No Serial#
66. SMITH & WESSON .32 cal. Hand Ejector revolver, excellent bore and very good condition
overall. Pat. Feb.8, 1908, Sept.14, 1909 and Dec.29, 1914 Serial* 1221
67. HENRY 1860 Repeating Rifle 44-40 cal. AMERICA REMEMBERS THE ROBERT E. LEE and
his OFFICERS TRIBUTE RIFLE #12 of 500 made.
68. Wards Western Field Model 31A .22cal. tube feed, 16 shot bolt action rifle. Pat.6-6-1932 This rifle
was made by Mossberg as a store brand for Montgomery Wards and is the same as the Mossberg
Model 40. No Serial*
69. WALTHER P 38 9mm cal. Pistol. Model HP (Heeres Pistole) Serial # range 1050 to 14323 Above
serial * in the groove is engraved Lorton Va. Comes with a extra magazine. HP is the approximately
2400. High polish until Ser* 1300, plain finish after that. Made 1938 to 1944. Serial* German
abbreviation for Heeres Pistole or "Army Pistol"
70. SPRINGFIELD Model 187 made by SAVAGE Arms Westfield Mass. U.S.A.
.22 cal. Semi-auto, tube feed. Excellent bore! Ser# B465828
71. WINCHESTER MI CARBINE with Sling and Oiler, two 30 round magazines with jungle
Clip. Good Bore! Serial* 5572551
72. MARLIN Model No* 19 N 12 ga. Full choke, 30" barrel pump shotgun. Very good bore. 5 shot
magazine. This is the improved and lightened version of the 1898 Marlin. The example above was
made in 1906 and 1907. Ser* 709
73. This is a Finnish made rifle as is evidenced by the Finnish stock maker's mark on the right side of
the buttstock and the Finnish TIKKAKOSK Arsenal logo stamped on the barrel. (Better known as
the TIKKA Arsenal) These are 91/30 hex receiverMosin Nagant rifles which were improved and
made to Finnish Military standards of the time.These rifles are very accurate. Finnish sniper Simo
Hayha was credited with over 500 Soviet soldiers killed During the Winter War! Includes origina
type sling and Russian bayonet. Serial # 5944
74. WINCHESTER MODEL 94 Big Bore, 356 Winchester caliber 1894-1994 100th. Anniversary Model,
New and unfired in Box with Hang tags, hammer extension and instruction material. Serial* 6115235
75. WINCHESTER Model 36, 9MM rimfire shotgun. Pat. August 29, 1899. Only 20,000 were made
The Model 36 was made as a "Garden Gun" in the 1920's and was designed to
take care of those pests that could not be "had" with a .22 rifle. The gun would fire short
or long #9 shot shells and also 9mm ball ammunition available at that time.
76. SEARS Model 43-103.19811 .22 cal. S-L or LR bolt action, tube feed with Tasco 4x32 Scope. Good
bore. This rifle was made for Sears Robuck and Co. as a store brand by Marlin Firearms Co. No
77. WINCHESTER Model 97 ,12ga. Pump action shotgun, modified choke, 28inch. barrel.
Made in 1910. Ser# 457627
78. WESTERN FIELD Model 59A, .22cal. Semi-auto, tube feed. 15 shot rifle. This rifle was
made as a store brand for Montomery Ward by Savage Arms Co. and is the same as the
Savage Model 6. No ser.#
77. IVER JOHNSON Champion 20ga., full choke single shot, excellent bore.no serial #
80. J. STEVENS Arms & Tool Co. 12ga single barrel hammerless shotgun. Pat December 11,
1900. No Serial #
81. CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS, HUNTERBOLT .50 cal. Black powder rifle
With Bushnell 3x9 Sportview Scope. Serial # 61-13-062477-00
82. IVER JOHNSON Model 55A, .22cal. 8 shot Target pistol with holster. Serial #
83. ROSSI 12ga. Single barrel shotgun, 3 inch chamber. Made in Brazil.
84. GAMO Shadow .177 cal. pellet rifle. New in the box with instruction book and
training CD. Serial 04-1C -120536-03