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                                        April 10, 2010 -- 9 AM


R1.   M ossberg mod. 146 B-A ser.# n/a. Late 1950s production, .22 bolt action rifle with a tubular magazine.
      Original front, barrel, and receiver sights. Grooved receiver. Exce llent bore and action. Clean metal
      retains 98% factory blue. Small green safety indicator plug is missing. Excellent plastic trigger guard
      and plain walnut Monte Carlo stock with a cheek piece. Excellent butt plate. Includes a leather strap in
      the correct detachable swivels. A fine example! (C&R)

R2.   Parker Bros. “VH gra de” ser.# 124400. Hammerless 12 ga. box lock side by side made in 1904. Double
      triggers, extractors, and 30” “Vulcan Steel” barrels. Excellent bores have one tiny bulge in the left side.
      Excellent action. Smooth metal has a few light scratches and was completely, and professionally,
      reblued years ago. Most of that blue remains although thinning a bit on the frame. Excellent checkered
      walnut beavertail forearm is a well fit replacement. Exce llent, nicely figured, checkered walnut stock is
      also a well fit replacement utilizing the Parker grip cap. Recoil pad to 14¼” pull. Good looking Parker!
      (C&R)

R3.   Winchester mod. 54 ser.# 29741A. .30-06 bolt action short rifle also known as a “carbine”. Made in
      1929. All original except the sling swivels. Rear receiver bridge never drilled for a scope. Correct sights.
      Excellent bore and action. 92% factory blue with a little rust on the barrel and a little more on the blind
      magazine’s floor plate, along with some blue loss on the floor plate/trigger guard. Very good, almost
      excellent, plain walnut stock has a few small hunting marks. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a web
      strap. (C &R)

R4.   Hunter Arms Co. “L.C. Smith Field Gra de” ser.# FW74725. 12 ga. si de lock hammerless double barrel
      made in 1924. 28” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Bores will clean to excellent. Excellent
      action. Metal has a few tiny spots of rust and e dge wear but retains 89% of an old professional satin
      reblue. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm was sanded an d revarnished. Very good matching
      stock was revarnished, ha d a 1½” extension added, an d was pa dded to 14½” pull. (C&R)

R5.   U. S. Remington mod. 03-A3 ser.# 3726221. .30-06 bolt action military rifle made in 1942. C orrect
      barrel has the date covered by a Lyman style block holding a Redfield “International” globe front sight.
      Missing the original front sight. Trigger guard/floor plate assembly a ppears to be from an earlier model
      1903. Lyman receiver sight at the rear where the original was removed. Very good bore. Excellent action.
      Herter’s shoe on the trigger. Very good metal finish is dark gray Parkerizing. Very good han d guard and
      full length “C” style stock with a 1¼” extension. Solid rubber pa d to 14½” pul l. Correct swivels. Includes
      a Lyman style scope mount block. Should be an excellent shooter! (C&R)

6.    Parker Bros. “G Quality” ser.# 64636. Fine antique 12 ga. box lock hammerless double made in 1891.
      30” dent free barrels of Damascus steel. Double triggers and extractors. Bores will clean to very good.
      Excellent action. Nicely engraved frame has worn to bare gray. Barrels have 90% matte dark blue/gray
      finish that is, proba bly, an old reblue. Excellent, refinished and re -pointed, checkered walnut splinter
      forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Well fit recoil pa d to 14½” pull.

R7.   Hungarian Arms W orks-Interarms mod. PPH ser.# N02107. .380 ACP. double action semi auto. pistol
      that closely resembles the Walther model PP. 4” barrel, semi fixed rear sight, and a hammer drop safety.
      Excellent bore and action. Clean blued metal. Excellent checkered plastic grips with a thumb rest for a
      right handed shooter. Pistol shows very little use and includes the box, pa pers, an d accessories.
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R8.    O. F. M . Corp. “American Eagle” ser.# CR8134. Rather scarce U.S. made copy of the model P08 “Luger”.
       A semi auto., toggle action, pistol chambered in 9mm. American eagle chamber crest. 4” barrel. Semi
       fixed rear sight. Like new bore and action. Metal is clean, bright, stainle ss steel. Checkered wood grips.
       Pistol looks like new, overall, and may be unfired.

R9.    American Arms, Inc. mod. PK ser.# 002060. C om pact double action .22 semi auto. pistol designed in
       Germany and made in the U.S.A. 3 3/8 th inch barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Excellent bore an d action.
       99% factory black metal finish. Excellent black checkered plastic grips. Pistol shows little or no use.

R10.   Colt mod. 1908 ser.# 26102. Hammerless .380 ACP semi auto. pistol made in 1916. 3 7/8th inch barrel.
       Semi fixed rear sight. Grip and thum b safeties. Very good dark bore. Excellent action. Metal is lightly
       pitted, overall, beneath an excellent professional reblue. All of the new blue remains. Excellent original
       checkered black “rampant colt” grips. (C &R)

R11.   D. W . M . mod. P08 “Luger”. A model 1920 “commercial”, hammerless, .30 Luger semi auto. pistol with a
       3 7/8th inch barrel and a semi fixed front sight. 100% original. “Germany” marked for export. “Crown N”
       proofs. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 85% original rust blue, thinning on the grip frame
       and high edges. Strong straw colors on the correct small parts. Excellent checkered wood grips. Un -
       numbered wood bottom magazine. Includes a red corduroy lined wood box, a new cleaning brush, and a
       partial box of original German ammunition. A Luger to be proud of! (C &R)

R12.   Ruger mod. MK4N RA ser.# NRA-06859. 2003 issue NRA Commemorative .22 semi auto. pistol with a
       4¼” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. NRA chamber crest. Blued metal with William Ruger’ s name in
       script. Checkered white plastic grips have “red eagle” medallions. Pistol is new, in the original plastic
       case, with all pa pers, a spare magazine, and accessories.

R13.   C. J. Hamilton & Son mod. N o. 27 ser.# n/a. Vintage single shot .22 “boy’s” rifle with a small bolt
       handle that tips the barrel open for loading. Original sights. Fair bore. Excellent action. 99% of a
       professional reblue on the metal but showing scattered rust. Excellent refinished hardwood forearm and
       matching stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R)

R14.   Winchester mod. 61 ser.# 290011. A superb example of this popular, hammerless, .22 slide action,
       takedown, tube fed, rifle made in 1961. Correct sights and grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action.
       99% clean factory blue. Excellent grooved walnut forearm. Excellent plain walnut pistol grip stock.
       Excellent butt plate covered with that “white stuff”. (C&R)

R15.   Savage-Fox mod. B ser.# D987726. Late production box lock hammerless double barrel chambered in
       desirable 3” .410. 100% unmolested original. 26” barrels, ventilated rib, double triggers, and extractors.
       Excellent bores and action. 95% factory case color on the frame along with an engraved fox head. 99+%
       clean factory blue on the barrels and trigger guard. Excellent chec kered walnut semi beavertail forearm
       and matching capped pistol grip stock. Excellent butt plate. A great example!

R16.   Remington mod. 513-T ser.# 139188. Medium weight bolt action .22 target rifle with a clip. Ma de in
       1962. All original. Redfield receiver and globe front sights. Barrel factory drilled for scope blocks. Like
       new bore and action. Strong case color remains on the bolt and trigger. 99+% clean factory blue.
       Excellent medium target stock of plain walnut. A few minor handling marks in the wood. Correct metal
       butt plate. Wide leather sling in factory swivels.

R17.   Colt mod. 1894 “U.S. Army” ser.# K7809. Double action military revolver chambered in .38 Long Colt.
       All original. 6” barrel, fixed sights, and a 6 shot swing out cylinder. Frame is “R.A.C.” inspected.
       Excellent bore and action. Strong fire blue on the trigger. Balance of the metal shows a combination of
       bright factory blue, wear, and rusty pitting, proba bly, from being stored in a holster. Very good 1904
       dated plain walnut grips with a large “K.S.M.” inspector’s cartouche. Includes a vintage flap holster that
       may have been the cause of the rust. (C&R)




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R18.   Ruger mod. BN36 “Blackhawk” ser.# 30-10890. Pre -warning single action .357 revolver made in 1969.
       An old model never converted to the new style, safer, action. 6½” barrel. 6 shot cylinder. Adjustable rear
       sight. Excellent bore and action. 89% factory blue and black metal finish with holster and high edge
       wear. Excellent checkered black rubber Pachmayr replacement grips. Includes a le ather holster and
       belt.

R19.   D. W . M .-Interarms mod. 1891 ser.# C8479. Vintage bolt action military carbine made in Germany for
       Argentina. Chambered in 7.65mm. Imported before the importer’s name had to be stamped on the
       metal. Original configuration. Fair bore. Excellent action. Matching bolt but a few parts are mismatched.
       Argentine crest intact. Clean metal retains most of a matte black arsenal finish. Good/very good hand
       guard an d full length stock but there is a large arsenal repair at the toe. Good looking carbine! (C&R)

R20.   Colt mod. 1911A1 ser.# 1686679. A 1944 military production .45 ACP single action semi auto. pistol
       with a 5” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. Grip and thum b safeties. Excellent bore and action. The
       metal was, proba bly, re -Parkerized and 95% remains. Replacement magazine. Excellent checkered
       brown plastic grips. (C &R)

R21.   Colt “Woodsman Match Target” ser.# 165727-S. Superb example of this .22 semi auto target pistol
       made in 1956. 6” barrel and an a djusta ble rear sight. Like new bore and action. 99+% factory blue.
       Excellent black plastic grips with a thumb rest for a right handed shooter. Includes the original hinged
       brown box, pa pers, and a spare magazine. A really good one! (C&R)

R22.   Colt mod. 1903 ser.# 539536. An, almost new, example of this .32 ACP hammerless semi auto. pistol
       made in 19. 3¼” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Grip and thumb safety. Perfect bore and action. 99++%
       clean factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut grips with the “rampant colt” medallions. Diff icult to
       improve upon! (C &R)

R23.   D. W . M . mod. P08 “Luger” ser.# 6938. Someone (Franklin Mint maybe) has taken a military German
       9mm semi auto pistol and added the “wow factor”. 4” barrel. Semi fixed front sight. Bore and action are,
       proba bly, excellent but the pistol is held close d with a plastic tie. Metal has been matte chrome plated
       after being oak leaf engraved on the muzzle and si des of the upper. Large “iron cross” in gold on the side
       plate along with all the smaller parts and screws that have bee n gold plated. Gloss blued toggle is
       stamped C379, which is, most likely, an issue number. Gloss finished, fancy, plain walnut grips.
       Wooden bottomed magazine. Original tags are included that suggest the pistol not be fired to retain its
       collector value. Includes the glass topped wooden display case. Pistol must be seen!

R24.   Erma mod. LA22 ser.# 25170. West German made, full size, .22 semi auto. copy of the Luger military
       pistol. 4½” alloy barrel with a steel liner. Semi fixed front sight. Excellent bore and toggle action. 99+%
       original black metal finish. Excellent checkered brown plastic grips. Pistol shows very little use and is in
       the original box with a spare magazine and a lock. Only ma de for a bout 4 years in the late 1960s.

R25.   Star-Interarms mod. BM ser.# 1439689. An all steel, top quality, single action 9mm semi auto. pistol
       made in Spain. 4” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Hammer fired. Thumb safety. Slide stamped “C.G.P.”.
       Blued metal. Case colored hammer. Checkered black plastic grips. Pistol was, proba bly, fired but looks
       like new, overall, and includes the box and pa pers.

R26.   Winchester mod. 52C ser.# 101691C. Bolt action .22 heavy target rifle made in 1960. Detachable clip.
       28” barrel with a Redfield “Olym pic” globe front sight, one Lyma n style scope block, an d holes for
       another. “U.S. Property” scratched on the side of the receiver. Redfield “Palma” receiver sight. Excellent
       bore. Excellent crisp action. You may find the slightest trace of rust on the barrel, but the fairly clean
       metal retains 97% factory blue. Very good/excellent plain walnut stock with a palm rail and aluminum
       stop, original swivels, and D.C.M. decals on the butt. Correct metal butt plate.




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R27.   A. H. Fox “Sterlingworth” ser.# 109268. 12 ga. hammerless, box lock, double barrel made in
       Philadelphia in 1927. 30” barrels, double triggers and extractors. Twin ivory beads. Dent free bores will
       clean to excellent. Excellent, crisp an d solid, action. Opening lever still angled to the right. Clean metal
       retains 30% original case color on the receiver and 95% factory satin blue on the barrels. Very good
       checkered walnut splinter forearm and matching capped pistol gri p stock were both lightly sanded and
       refinished. Finish has dull spots on the butt stock. Recoil pa d an d spacers to 13¾” pull. (C&R)

R28.   Sears “Ranger” ser.# 7003. Fine old hammerless, takedown , slide action .22 made by Savage. Tubular
       magazine. Gun is all original. Roun d 24” barrel with open sights. Excellent bore and action. Smooth
       clean metal still has 90% factory satin blue, along with a few scattered light scratches. Excellent grooved
       walnut forearm and matching plain stock. Wood has small handling marks but most of its original
       finish. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R)

R29.   Smith & Wesson mod. 60-4 ser.# BNY8909. Double action small frame .38 S pl. 5 shot revolver with a
       lugged 3” barrel, an adjusta ble rear sight, and a swing out cylinder. Excellent bore and action. Metal is
       all stainless steel and will clean to excellent. Excellent checkered black rubber combat style grips.
       Includes a nylon holster.

R30.   Savage-Stevens mod. 67E ser.# D914138. Solid frame slide action .410 shotgun with a plain 26” barrel
       and a 3” chamber. Tang safety. Top of the receiver factory??? drilled for a scope mount. Blued metal.
       Impressed checkered hardwood forearm and stock. Gun a ppears to be new, unfired, with hang tags,
       pa pers, and the original box. (SP8)

R31.   U. S. Springfield mod. 1903 ser.# 1436013. Professionally sporterized .30-06 bolt action military rifle.
       24” barrel may be the original turned down to sporter dimensions. Ramp front sight. Adjusta ble
       Remington rear sight. Never drilled for a scope mount. Very good bore. Excellent action. Clean metal has
       99% of a fine gloss reblue. Very good/excellent checkered walnut sporter st ock with a cheek piece and
       sling swivels. There are scattered mildew marks and weird little round repairs all over the stock.
       Excellent “Bishop” butt plate.

R32.   Kassnar “Churchill Monarch” ser.# 138421. Beautiful, light weight, small frame, Spanish made
       over/under hammerless shotgun chambered in 3” .410. 26” barrels, ventilated rib, single selective
       trigger, and extractors. Nicely engraved frame and trigger guard. Blued metal. Gloss finished checkered
       walnut forearm and stock. Shotgun is new/like new in the original box, with pa pers.

R33.   Marlin mod. 2000 ser.# 08575614. Medium/heavy bolt action single shot .22 target rifle. Globe front
       sight. Lyman receiver sight still in the box. Blue d metal. Baby blue, stippled, target stock, for a right
       handed shooter, has a palm rail and sling swivels. Adjustable butt plate. Rifle is new in the box, with
       instructions.

R34.   S/42 (M auser)-C.A.I. mod. P08 “Luger” ser.# 797d. Import marked but all matching, including the
       aluminum bottomed magazine. A 9mm semi auto German military pistol with a 4” barrel and a semi
       fixed front sight. “G” (1935) dated receiver. Good bore. Excellent action. All correct small parts straw
       colored. Clean metal has a dull blue/black refinish with all the Nazi proofs visible. Excellent checkered
       wood grips. (C&R)

R35.   byf (M auser) mod. P-38 ser.# 3022o. 9mm WW II era German double action military pistol dated 1943.
       5” barrel and semi fixed sights. Working hammer drop safety. Excellent bore and action. Sharp clean
       metal retains all of its original arsenal blue. Excellent dark maroon grooved Bakelite like grips. Pistol
       comes in a walnut presentation case with a repro Nazi “iron cross” medal, both numbered to the gun.
       (C&R)

R36.   Thompson Center “Contender” ser.# 284226. Single shot, break open, pistol with a 10” barrel, a vented
       rib, fold down rear sight, and the selector on top of the hammer. Rifled barrel chambered in .410 will
       also fire .45 LC cartridges. Screw in choke tube. Blued metal with an etched “cougar” scene on the
       frame. Walnut fore arm and finger groove grip. Pistol a ppears to be new, proba bly unfired, and includes
       the foam box, pa pers, and accessories.


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R37.   Smith & W esson “Hand Ejector” ser.# 500224. Pre model 10 medium frame .38 Spl. double action
       revolver made approx. 1930. 6” barrel, fixed sights, and a swing out 6 shot cylinder. 5 screw frame.
       Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 88% thinning factory blue. Traces of case color on the
       hammer and trigger. Good checkered walnut standard, square butt, “diamond” grips with a chip from
       one panel. (C&R)

R38.   Taurus mod. 85S ser.# GA95717. Top quality Brazilian made 5 shot double action, snub nose, revolver
       chambered in .38 Spl. 2” barrel, swing out cylinder, and fixed sights. Blued metal. Checkered hardwood
       grips. Revolver is new/like new in the original box, with pa pers.

R39.   Krieghoff mod. P08 “Luger” ser.# 10740. Much sought after German 9mm semi auto. military pistol
       dated 1940. All original and matching. 4” barrel. Semi fixed front sight. “Eagle 2” proofs. Excellent bore
       and action. Strong straw color on the correct small parts. A little muzzle wear and a few light scratches
       on the side of the upper but, otherwise, the clean metal retains 90% original blue. Excellent black
       checkered plastic grips with only a few spots of crushed points. Excellent black plastic bottomed “FXO”
       magazine. Only a bout 4000 produced for the Luftwaffe in this time frame. A great Luger! (C&R)

R40.   Ruger mod. MK II “Target” ser.# 211-41492. .22 semi auto. pistol that’s practically a “pocket rifle” with
       its 10” heavy barrel and adjusta ble rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Blued metal. Checkered black
       plastic grips. No box or pa pers but this pistol looks like new, overall.

41.    Forehand & W adsworth “British Bull-Dog” ser.# 76346. Antique dou ble action, 6 shot, pocket revolver
       chambered in .38 S &W. Swing out loa ding gate. 2½” barrel. Swing out ejector rod. Fair bore. Action
       needs a new trigger return spring. 88% bright factory nickel, 12% rust. Excellent checkered black hard
       rubber grips.

R42.   High Standard mod. 106 “Supermatic Trophy” ser.# 1518992. Hamden, CT made .22 semi auto. target
       pistol with a heavy 5½” barrel and an adjustable rear sight. Barrel has a non -factory scope mount base,
       and is factory drilled an d notched for a com pensator and barrel weights. Plunger style barrel release.
       “Military” style grip frame replicates the feel of the Government .45 auto. pistol. Excellent bore and
       action. 98% factory gloss an d matte blue. Excellent checkered walnut grips with a thumb rest for a righ t
       handed shooter.

R43.   Remington mod. 572BDL ser.# A1979375. 1989 production, deluxe, .22 slide action, hammerless rifle
       with a tubular magazine. 22” barrel with adjusta ble sights. Grooved receiver. Matte black alloy receiver.
       Balance of the metal blued. Satin finished impressed checkered forearm and stock. Rifle is new, in the
       original box, with the hang tag and pa pers.

R44.   Winchester mod. 101 ser.# 103463. 12 ga. single barrel trap gun made in Japan in 1967. 32” barrel,
       ventilated rib, 2¾” chamber, and an automatic ejector. Excellent bore and action. Nicely engraved
       trigger guard an d frame. Factory gloss blued receiver. Original satin blue on the barrel. Checkered
       walnut forearm and matching Monte Carlo stock. Red “W” pistol grip ca p an d a factory rec oil pa d. This
       gun shows extremely little use and could, almost, be called like new, overall. Difficult to find a better
       one!

R45.   U. S. S pringfield mod. M-1 “Garan d” ser.# 1967014. .30-06 military semi -auto. rifle, the receiver made
       in 1943. Obviously re built because it looks, almost, like new overall. Arlington Ordnance barrel with a
       new bore. Springfield bolt. Stamped trigger assembly. Perfect clean action. 99++% new Parkerizing. New
       flat oil finished wood. If you want a great looking excellent shooter, this is it! (C&R)

R46.   Hunter Arms “L.C. Smith Field Gra de” ser.# 104565. Side lock hammerless 12 ga. dou ble. 30” barrels,
       double triggers, and extractors. Excellent bores and crisp, solid, like new action. Opening lever still
       angled to the right. Metal is smooth, fairly clean, and shows very minimal rust. Receiver and side plates
       have very faint traces of case color. 90% factory blue on the barrels, getting gather thin. Excellent
       checkered walnut splinter forearm has one very tiny chip. Excellent matchi ng stock padded to 15” pull.
       (C&R)



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R47.   M ossberg mod. 46M (b) ser.# n/a. Bolt action, tube fed, .22 rifle that has it all! Original front sight,
       missing the hood, original barrel and receiver sights, and a Mossberg 4X scope in a Mossberg No.8 side
       mount. Excellent bore and action. Plastic trigger guard is not warped. Smooth metal’s original blue is
       starting to get a brownish tint. Excellent plain walnut Mannlicher style full length stock with a cheek
       piece. Missing the front detachable sling swivel. Very good butt plate. (C&R)

R48.   Winchester mod. 42 ser.# 76810. Popular field grade, small frame, slide action takedown shotgun
       chambered in 3” .410. Ma de in 1949 and all original. Plain 28” barrel choked full. Excellent bore and
       action. No assembly damage. Receiver shows traces of cleaned old, scattered, rust residue but the metal,
       overall, retains 90+% factory blue. Excellent flat bottom, groove d walnut, 7” forearm. Excellent plain
       walnut stock has most of the original finish and just a few handling marks. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)

R49.   Hamilton Rifle Co. mod. No. 15 ser.# n/a. Compact, vintage, manually cocked, single shot .22 “boy’s”
       rifle that has a lever at the trigger that opens a port beneath the barrel for loa ding. Gun a ppears to be all
       original and includes the correct sights on the 8” barrel. Poor bore. Excellent action. Metal retains 60%
       factory blue but it is worn, lightly rusted, an d scratched. Very good, almost excellent, detachable board
       stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R)

R50.   Marlin mod. 17VS ser.# 98628302. Bolt action rifle, with a clip, chambered in .17 H.M.R. 22” heavy
       barrel made without sights. Grooved receiver. Metal is matte finished stainless steel and “silver” colored
       alloy. Gray laminated Monte Carlo stock, Swivel studs. Rifle is new in the box with all accessories and
       pa perwork.

R51.   U. S. S pringfield mod. M-1 “Garan d” ser.# 2641687. .30-06 semi auto. military rifle, the receiver made
       in 1944. Original configuration. Barrel, dated 6 -61, has “Crown DK” an d “Crown VAR” proofs.(British
       lend lease??) Springfield bolt. Stampe d trigger assembly. Very good shiny bore. Excellent action. Metal
       retains most of its gray Parkerizing. Very good hand guard and stock. Butt has a matching serial
       number. Roun d spot on the bottom of the pistol grip where something is missing. Rifle was sold through
       the C.M.P. and includes a web stra p, trigger lock, shipping carton, an d pa pers. (C&R)

R52.   M ossberg mod. 500E “Camper” ser.# K068436. .410 takedown slide action defensive style shotgun with
       a plain 18½” barrel, a 3” chamber, and cylinder bore. Tang safety. Blued and black metal finish. Black
       synthetic grooved forearm and matching checkered pistol grip. Gun looks like new, overall, and is in the
       original box, with a camouflaged nylon case, and the pa pers.

R53.   Ruger mod. KRL2826 “Red La bel” ser.# 420-04017. Beautiful small frame superposed shotgun
       chambered in 2¾” 28 gauge. Ma de in 1997. 26” separated barrels, ventilated rib an d 5 screw in choke
       tubes. Single selective trigger and automatic ejectors. Stainless steel receiver. Blued barrels. Checkered
       walnut forearm and a nicely figured matching, capped pistol grip, stock. Correct butt plate. Gun was
       fired but looks like new, overall. Includes the box, pa pers, and accessories.

R54.   Winchester mod. 70 “Target” ser.# 787522. Push feed bolt action medium/heavy target rifle chambered
       in .30-06. Ma de in 1965. 24” barrel drilled for sights and a receiver sight base, not included. Hinged
       floor plate. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 99+% factory blue and black metal finish. Heavy
       plain walnut target stock is exce llent except for a groove cut near the receiver to clear a sight. Aluminum
       palm stop an d factory sling swivels. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a 6 -24X AO Ja panese made
       Bausch & Lom b scope in a Redfield top mount an d the original box.

R55.   Marlin mod. 881 ser.# 11558700. Bolt action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine, a grooved receiver, and
       open sights. Blued metal. Impressed checkered walnut stock with swivel studs. Rifle is new/like new in
       the original box.

R56.   Simson & Co. mod. P08 “Luger” ser.# 8756. Un dated 9mm German semi auto., toggle action, military
       pistol. Appears to be all matching except the wooden bottom magazine. “Eagle 6” and “Eagle 53” proofs.
       3 7/8th inch barrel. Se mi fixed front sight. Good dark bore. Excellent action. Fading straw color on the
       small parts. Balance of the metal shows an old professional reblue, with evidence of light pitting
       underneath. Very good checkered wood gri ps. (C &R)


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R57.   Mauser mod. 1896 ser.# 825680. Early 1930s production “Red 9” semi auto. military pistol chambered
       in 9mm Luger. A representative piece that has been completely refinished. 5¼” barrel. Rear sight
       adjusta ble to 1000 meters. Poor bore. Excellent action. Metal has 99+% of a hi gh gloss reblue that
       shows a lot of buffing. New grooved walnut grips with a large “9” in red. (C&R)

R58.   Walther-C.A.I. mod. P-1 ser.# 058298W. Import marked, alloy framed version of the 9mm German P-38
       military pistol dated 12-81. Double action, hammer drop safety, 5” barrel, and semi fixed sights.
       Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 90% black finish on the frame and 90% matte blue on the
       upper. Both have light high edge wear. Excellent checkered black plastic grips.

R59.   Ruger mod. KMKIII678H “Hunter” ser.# 229-11969. Modern hammerless .22 semi auto pistol with a
       fluted, heavy, 6 7/8th inch barrel, fiber optic front sight, adjusta ble rear sight, and the top of the receiver
       factory drilled for a scope mount. Metal is satin finished stainles s steel. Checkered rosewood like grips
       with “red eagle” medallions. Pistol is new, unfired, in the original plastic case and includes all pa pers
       and accessories.

R60.   Harrington & Richardson “Safety Hammerless” ser.# 74888. Vintage 5 shot double action, top break,
       pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 3” barrel and a concealed hammer. Good bore. Very good action.
       89% factory blue covered with light rust. Excellent checkered black “target” logo grips. (C&R)

61.    Ethan Allen “Small Size Pepperbox” ser.# n/a. Worcester pattern antique 6 shot multi barrel percussion
       revolver of approx. .31 cal. All original. 4” barrel group. Hammer stamped “Allen’s Patent 1845”.
       En graved nipple shield held with screws. Poor bores. Very good working action. All metal is dark brown
       and rusty. Very good/excellent plain walnut “bag” style grips. This could clean up to be a pretty good
       example.

R62.   Smith & W esson mod. 13-2 ser.# 6D03779. 6 sh ot double action .357 revolver made in 1980. 4” heavy
       barrel, swing out cylinder, and fi xed sights. Excellent bore and action. Case colored standard hammer
       and trigger. Clean metal has a few little scratches along with 97% original blue. Excellent checkered
       rubber Pachmayr square butt replacement grips.

R63.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 1111898. Field gra de, slide action, takedown 12 ga. shotgun ma de in 1948.
       Plain 28” barrel, 2¾” cham ber, and full choke. Excellent bore and action. Some assembly damage was
       lightly filed off the front of the receiver. Clean metal has a few small hunting scratches and retains 97%
       factory blue. Excellent flat bottom grooved walnut 6 7/8 th inch forearm. Excellent plain butt stock has
       an extra coat of finish and a recoil pa d to 14½” pull. (C &R)

R64.   Parker Bros. mod. VHE ser.# 228091. Hammerless box lock 12 ga. side by side trap gun made in 1928.
       32” barrels of “Vulcan Steel”. Twin ivory beads. Double triggers and ejectors. Bores will clean to
       excellent. Excellent crisp, solid, action. Very clean metal retains 60% fading case colors on the receiver
       and 99% original blue on the barrels. A small patch of cleaned rust on the receiver and a few light
       scratches on the barrels are the only blemishes. Excellent, but refinished, checkered walnut beavertail
       forearm held with a case colored latch. Excellent, also refinished, straight grip stock has a non-matching
       1½” walnut extension and an adjusta ble Morgan pa d to 15” pull. C&R)

R65.   British mod. No.4 MKI “Enfield” ser.# 5530. .303 Brit. bolt action military rifle with a detachable box
       magazine. Dated 1942. Appears to be all original. Poor bore could clean better. Excellent action.
       Thinning and worn gray metal finish with little or no rust. Very good, dirty, han d guard an d full length 2
       piece stock. Correct zinc butt plate. (C&R)

R66.   M ossberg mod. 144LS B ser.# 1359868. Medi um weight .22 bolt action target rifle that has the original
       front globe and receiver sights. 26” barrel. Clip fed. Grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Plastic
       trigger guard is not warped. 89% thinning factory blue with a few rust spots an d lots o f fine scratches.
       Excellent plain walnut cheek piece stock with a palm rail, but no stop, an d factory swivels.




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R67.   U. S. Springfield mod. M-1“Garan d” ser.# 414973. .30-06 semi auto. military rifle, the receiver made in
       1941. Original configuration. Spri ngfield barrel dated 11-41. S pringfield bolt. “NM” marked operating
       rod. Stamped trigger assembly. Very good shiny bore. Excellent action. Clean metal retains most of its
       gray Parkerizing. Very good hand guard an d stock. Butt has visible proof marks and se veral dings and
       scratches. Rifle was sold through the C.M.P. an d includes a web strap, trigger lock, and the shipping
       carton. (C&R)

R68.   Winchester mod. 77 ser.# n/a. Late production, tube fed, .22 semi auto rifle. Rather scarce version with
       a push button bolt hold open. Appears to be 100% original but there is a large “SRQ 503839” scratched
       on the bottom of the forearm. Grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Original sights. 99% clean
       factory blue with a few very light scratches on the receiver. Excellent plain walnut stock and butt plate.

R69.   U. S. Springfield mod. M-1 “Garan d” ser.# 533179. .30-06 semi auto. military rifle, the receiver made in
       1942. Original configuration. Barrel has no manufacturer’s markings. Winchester bolt. Milled trigger
       assembly. Very good shiny bore. Excellent action. Clean metal retains most of its gray Parkerizing.
       Almost like new hand guard an d stock have no proof marks. Includes a green web strap. If you want a
       great looking shooter Garand, this is it! (C&R)

R70.   Marlin mod. 90 ser.# K351. Pre 1949 12 ga. over/under shotgun with separated 26” barrels, a matted
       upper barrel, 2¾” chambers, a single non-selective trigger, and extractors. Excellent bores and like new
       action. Very clean metal retains 95% factory gloss and matte blue, with just a small patch of wear on the
       bottom. Excellent checkered walnut forearm. Excellent matching, capped pistol grip, stock with a
       deteriorated original Marlin pa d to 14” pull. The wood was expertly refinished and it adds to the overall
       great look of this old shotgun! (C &R)

71.    U. S. Springfield mod. 1898 “Krag” ser.# 121369. Antique .30-40 bolt action military rifle made in 1898.
       All original. Very good dark bore. Excellent slick action. Metal finish has turned blue/brown an d has a
       coat of cleanable rust. Full length crack in the walnut hand guard. Very good, dirty, full length matching
       stock with a visible “P” proof. Correct metal butt plate still has the cleaning tools in the trap.

R72.   Glock mod. 23 ser.# BVY830US. En ormously po pular, Austrian made, double action only, hammerless
       .40 S &W semi auto. pistol with a 4” barrel and white dot a djusta ble sights. Safety tab in the trigger
       guard. 10 roun d magazine. Matte black steel upper on a black molded polymer lower. Perfect, possibly,
       unfired con dition in the plastic box with pa pers, a spare magazine, and accessories.

R73.   Erfurt mod. P08 “Luger” ser.# 866a. 9mm semi auto German military pistol with no chamber date.
       Original configuration but some small parts may be non -matching. “Eagle 6” proofs but other proofs
       “Xd” out. Matching aluminum bottomed magazine. 4” barrel. Semi fixed front sight. Very good shiny
       bore. Excellent action. No straw colored parts. Metal has a dark blue refinish, with traces of rust on the
       barrel. Excellent checkered black plastic replacement grips. (C&R)

74.    Parker Bros. “S Quality” ser.# 15901. Antique 10 ga. hammer shotgun with 29 3/8 th inch “Plain Twist”
       barrels. “Lifter” style opener. Side locks. Pitted bores. Excellent action. Worn gray/brown metal finish.
       Well worn checkered walnut forearm held with a latch. Fair, lightly cracked, matching stock has an
       altered comb. Correct metal butt plate.

R75.   Ruger mod. MK450 ser.# 222-46315. 50th anniversary of the original “Standard Automatic” .22 pistol. A
       Mark II made to resemble the original. 4¾” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Blued metal with an engraved
       chamber crest. Black checkered plastic “red eagle” grips. Pistol is new, unfired, in the plastic case with
       all pa perwork and accessories.

76.    Walther-Interarms mod. CP88 ser.# A6464320. Top quality full size all metal, double action, semi auto.
       .177 C02 pistol made in Germany. Black metal finish. Checkered plastic grips. New in the original
       plastic case with a C02 cartridge, pellets, pa pers, and accessories .




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R77.   Yugoslavian mod. 48 ser.# M67672. One of Mitchell Mausers all matching, import marked, bolt action
       8X57mm Mauser military rifles they offer as “collector quality”. Original configuration. Excellent bore.
       Action needs de -greasing but will be exce llent. 95% arsenal blue. Excellent wooden hand guard and
       matching stock. Correct metal butt plate. Includes the shipping carton, pa perwork, and a box full of
       related accessories. (C&R)

R78.   Iver Johnson “U.S. Carbine” ser.# 026166. Excellent semi auto. copy of the U.S. M-1 carbine but
       chambered in .22. Ma de in West Germany by Erma. Detachable magazine. Adjusta ble rear sight on the
       grooved receiver. Matte black metal finish. Walnut hand guard an d matching stock. No oiler or sling.
       Desirable gun is new/like new in the original box with pa pers and a hang tag.

R79.   Marlin mod. 90 ser.# F473. Pre 1949 superposed shotgun chambered in 2¾” 20 gauge. 28” separated
       barrels, the top one matted. Double triggers and extractors. Excellent shiny bores. Excellent solid crisp
       action. Metal shows flaking, browning, wear, and san dpa per cleaning scratches. Approx. 40% factory
       blue remains. Very good checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock, both with small
       hunting marks. Old recoil pa d to 14¾” pull. (C &R)

R80.   S/42G (M auser) mod. 98 ser.# 3095f. Nazi proofed WW II era 8X57mm bolt action German military rifle.
       Barrel stamped “Erma 304/38”. Original configuration but a mismatched bolt an d a few other small
       parts. S ome parts stamped “K167” in a small square. Exc ellent bright bore. Excellent action. Metal
       finish has thinned and worn to medium blue/gray, with a little old light rust. Very good laminated hand
       guard an d full length stock. Correct metal butt plate. Interesting Mauser. (C&R)

R81.   Hunter Arms Co. “L. C. Smith Trap Grade” ser.# RE90378. Extra fine side lock hammerless 12 ga.
       double barrel shotgun. 30” dent free “Crown Steel” barrels. Factory ventilated rib. Twin ivory beads.
       Single “Hunter One” selective trigger. Automatic ejectors. Side plates engraved with trap shooting and
       bird hunting scenes. Breeches, trigger guard, an d receiver scroll engraved. Metal is very clean and
       shows 70% fa ded case color on the frame and side plates. 95% factory blue on the barrels with just a
       very few minor scratches. Bores will clean to excellent and the action is bank vault solid and works like
       new. Opening lever still angled to the right. Excellent checkered walnut beavertail forearm. Butt stock is
       a beautifully figured piece of checkered walnut. Pistol grip ca pped with m other of pearl and the butt
       pa dde d to 13 7/8th inch pull. There is one scratch on the side of the stock. If the wood was refinished, it
       was a masterful job! A great old Smith! (C&R)

R82.   Savage mod. 340C ser.# n/a. Bolt action .222 Rem. rifle with a deta chable magazine. All original
       including the sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 98% factory blue. Excellent plain
       walnut stock with a few minor handling marks. Includes a vintage Weaver 8X scope, in the correct
       Weaver side mount, and a web stra p. These are great shooters!

R83.   J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. mod. 1915 “Favorite” ser.# I636. Takedown .22, falling block, lever action,
       single shot rifle with a 24” octagon barrel. Correct sights. Very good bore. Excellent action. Receiver
       finish flaked and tuned brown. Barrel has a little rust and a few scratches but still retains 89% factory
       blue. Very good plain walnut forearm. Good straight grip stock has a tang crack and lots of little
       scratches. Good butt plate has a small chip. (C&R)

R84.   Yugoslavian mod. 48 ser.# A27896. Another of Mitchell Mausers all matching, import marked, bolt
       action 8X57mm Mauser military rifles they offer as “collector quality”. Original configuration. Excellent
       bore. Action needs de -greasing but will be excellent. 95% arsenal blue. Excellent wooden hand guard
       and matching stock. Correct metal butt plate. Includes the shipping carton, pa perwork, an d a box full of
       related accessories. (C&R)

R85.   Walther-Interarms mod. P-1 ser.# 119299. Alloy framed version of the double action German mod. P -38
       9mm semi auto. military pistol. This one dated 1-70. Hammer drop safety. Semi fixed sights. 5” barrel.
       100% gloss black finish on the lower and 100% matte dark gray finish on the upper. Perfect checkered
       black plastic grips. Pistol looks like new and may be unfired. It comes in the dark brown P -38 box with a
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R86.   Winchester mod. 1897 ser.# C123710. Vintage 12 ga. takedown, slide action, hammer gun made in
       1899. All original. Plain 28” barrel. Full choke. Dirty bore may clean to good or?? Excellent action. Worn
       blue/gray/brown metal is covered with light rust and cleaning scratches. Fair cracked grooved walnut
       forearm. Very good roun d knob pistol grip stock. C orrect metal butt plate. (C&R)

R87.   Taurus mod. 96 se r.# IA113169. Medium frame double action .22 revolver with a 6 shot swing out
       cylinder, 6” barrel, and an a djusta ble rear sight. Quality revolver made in Brazil. Excellent bore and
       action. Case colored hammer and trigger. 100% bright clean blue. Excellent checkered wood grips.
       Revolver compares favorably to the S&W mod. 17. Looks like new, overall.

R88.   Winchester mod. 70 “Lightweight Win-Cam” ser.# G1965823. Modern push feed .30-06 bolt action
       sporting rifle made in New Haven, CT. 22” barrel made without sights. Hinged floor plate. Blued and
       black metal finish. Green, gray, and tan laminated stock. Rifle is new in the original box, with hang tag
       and pa pers.

R89.   Winchester-Blue Sky mod. M-1 ser.# 1297601. Import marked .30 Carb. U.S. military semi auto.
       carbine with a detachable magazine. Original configuration but arsenal refinished. Large adjustable rear
       sight, milled trigger assembly, flip safety, and a bayonet lug. Gray Parkerized metal finish. Excellent
       hardwood han d guard an d stock have no proof ma rks and are, proba bly, new replacements. Excellent
       bore and action. No oiler or sling but has the shipping carton and pa pers. A fun shooter! (C&R)

R90.   Springfield Armory mod. M-1 ser.# 7107986. Here is something different! A new production “National
       Rifle Association Tribute” .30-06 semi auto. military style rifle. Looks like a standard WW II Garand but
       this one has bright glossy blue with “gold” parts an d etching. High gloss finished walnut stock is laser
       engraved. Num ber 103 of only 300 produced. Includes a hard case, much pa perwork, and accessories.
       You could be one of the exclusive owners. New unfired gun should be seen!

R91.   M ossberg mod. 151M-B ser.# n/a. .22 semi auto rifle with a tubular feed housed in the butt. Original
       front and barrel sights but missing the receiver sight. Grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. 98%
       factory blue with a little widely scattered rust. Excellent plastic trigger guard. Excellent plain walnut, full
       length Mannlicher style stock with a cheek piece and the original QD swivels. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)

92.    Thompson Center “Renegade” ser.# 106059. Modern U.S. made single shot .50 cal. muzzle loading
       flintlock rifle. 26” octagon barrel. Adjusta ble sights. Wooden ramrod, and working double set triggers.
       Very good/excellent bore. Excellent action. Case colored lock. Blued metal with traces of light rust. Very
       good plain walnut stock with small hunting marks. Correct metal butt plate.

R93.   Winchester mod. 9422M XTR “Win-Cam” ser.# F589702. Lever action, hammer fired, takedown .22
       Magnum carbine with a tubular magazine. Open sights and a grooved receiver. Blued metal.
       Gray/green/tan laminated checkered forearm and stock. Gun is new, with the box, hang tags, pa pers,
       and a few accessories.

R94.   Ithaca “Crass?? Field Gra de” ser.# 63415. 12 ga. hammerless box lock double made in 1905. Double
       triggers and extractors. 28” regular steel barrels. Very good bores have a few small pits. Tight lock up.
       Excellent action. Metal finish has turned brown and the barrels have lig ht cleanable rust. Good
       checkered walnut splinter forearm with a nail repair. Good pistol grip matching stock has several cracks
       at the wrist. Fair original butt plate. (C&R)

R95.   Smith & W esson mod. 17-6 ser.# BDS3453. 6 shot double action .22 “Semi Target” revolver with a
       swing out cylinder, 6” lugged barrel, and an a djusta ble rear sight. Case colored standard hammer and
       trigger. Gloss blued metal. Smooth finger groove exotic wood factory grips. Revolver is new, unfired, in
       the blue box with pa pers and accessories.

R96.   Smith & W esson mod. 422 ser.# TAP0087. Light weight .22 semi auto. target pistol. 6” barrel.
       Adjusta ble rear sight. Blued and black metal finish. Checkered walnut factory grips. Pistol is unfired,
       new, in the original fitted box with the papers, targets, a box of ammunition, oil, and cleaning
       accessories.


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R97.    Bushmaster mod. XM15-E2S ser.# L18534. .223/5.56mm semi auto Colt AR-15 clone made in Maine.
        High capacity detachable magazine. Adjusta ble rear sight in the fixed carrying handl e. Forward assist
        and the case deflector. Matte black metal finish. Round synthetic forearm, checkered pistol grip, and
        fixed butt stock. Factory swivels. Rifle is new in the factory hard case and includes two sh orter
        magazines and the instructions.

R98.    Navy Arms -Uberti mod. 66 “Yellow Boy” ser.# 2321. Fine Italian made reproduction of the original
        Winchester saddle ring carbine but chambered in .38 Spl. An excellent copy! Excellent bore and action.
        19” barrel and a magazine tube. Flip up rear sight with a sliding elevator. Polished brass frame with a
        few stains. 97% factory blue on the balance of the metal with a few light scratches. Excellent plain
        walnut forearm and matching straight grip carbine stock. Correct brass butt plate.

R99.    Savage-Stevens mod. 58C ser.# n/a. Bolt action .410 shotgun with a detachable magazine. Excellent
        bore and action. Dark blue/brown metal is lightly rusted, overall. Very good/excellent plain hardwood
        stock with a factory pa d.

R100.   Browning mod. 12 ser.# 02486NM972. Beautiful high grade Japanese made recreation of the original
        Winchester. A takedown slide action shotgun chambered in 28 gauge. 26” barrel, ventilated rib, 2¾”
        chamber, and modified choke. Blued metal. Game scene engraved receiver with gold inlaid dogs and
        birds. High gloss finished checkered walnut forearm and a nicely figured matching butt stock. Ca pped
        pistol grip. Gun is new, in the original box, with pa pers. It never had the factory grease wiped off!

R101.   Smith & W esson mod. 17-5 ser.# AWV1298. A new in the box .22 double action revolver with a 6 shot
        swing out cylinder, 6” barrel, and an adjustable rear sight. Case colored target hammer and trigger.
        Blued metal. Checkered walnut target grips. Includes the pa pers and accessories.

R102.   Winchester mod. 42 ser.# WFT038. This modern, high grade, Japanese recreation of the original was
        marked an d sold by Winchester. A takedown slide action, small frame, shotgun chambered in 3” .410.
        26” barrel, ventilated rib, an d full choke. Blued metal. Scroll engrave d receiver with inlaid gold lines.
        Extra fancy, satin finished, checkered walnut forearm and stock. Capped pistol grip. Gun is new in the
        red box, with all pa perwork. A real beauty!

R103.   Marlin mod. 80 ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 rifle with a clip. Missing the front sight and rear sight step but
        has a side mounted vintage Weaver G4 scope. Cartridge guide in the breech broken off (easily repaired).
        Very good bore. Excellent action. Metal finish is a worn gray/brown, with patches of rust. Very good
        plain walnut stock, stripped of its finish. Includes a leather sling. (C&R)

R104.   M ossberg mod. 500CT ser.# G767594. Takedown slide action 20 ga, shotgun with a plain 28”, full
        choke, barrel and a 3” chamber. Excellent bore and action. 95% factory blue and black metal finish,
        with light rust on the barrel. Excellent grooved hardwood forearm and plain matching stock.

R105.   Savage mod. 220 ser.# n/a. Single shot 20 ga. hammerless shotgun with a tang safety. Early version
        has an embossed waterfowl scene on the bottom of the receiver. All original. 28” barrel, ejector, and a
        2¾” chamber. Fairly clean metal retains 96% factory blue. Black painted trigger guard has a few
        scratches. Excellent plain walnut forearm and matching plain pistol grip stock. Excellent butt pla te.
        (C&R)

R106.   J. Stevens Arms Co. mod. 620 “Browning” ser.# 121618U. Vintage 20 ga. sli de action shotgun with a
        2¾” cham ber and a plain 26” barrel. Safety reversed for a left handed shooter. Excellent bore and
        action. Gun shows normal and careful use. Clean metal retains 85% factory satin blue with just a hint
        of cleaned rust residue. Very good checkered walnut forearm and matching capped pistol grip stock,
        both with light hunting marks. Excellent butt plate. A scarce gun in 20 ga.! (C&R)




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R107.   Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 1605702. Lever action .32 Spl. carbine made in 1949. Missing the rear sight
        but in its place is a 2X Leupold LER scope mounted “scout style” on the barrel just forward of the
        ejection port. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Metal has a few small scratches, a touch or two of
        rust, and a little high edge wear, but still shows 89% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut long forearm.
        Butt stock is very good but there are scratches, new, but worn, varnish, and a recoil pad to 12½” pull.
        Includes a leather sling in QD swivels. (C&R)

R108.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 670220. 1934 production 16 ga., takedown , slide action shotgun with a 28”
        plain barrel, 2¾” chamber, and modified choke. All original. Excellent bore and action. The metal is
        clean but the finish shows much flaking, light cleaning scratches, and edge wear. Approx. 60% factory
        blue remains, overall. Very good/excellent grooved walnut roun d 5½” forearm. The scant, plain walnut,
        pistol grip stock has several hunting marks. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)

R109.   Winchester mod. 88 ser.# 39017. Hammerless .308 lever action rifle made in 1957. Correct flat
        bottomed detachable magazine. Original sights. “Cloverleaf” tang. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal
        retains 98+% factory blue. Very good checkered walnut stock with hunting marks and a bit of finish loss
        off the butt. Excellent butt plate. Includes a U.S. made Bausch & Lomb 2.5X scope in the correct B&L
        adjusta ble top mount and a leather sling in non-factory QD swivels. (C&R)

R110.   Ithaca mod. 37 ser.# 497015. Takedown slide action 16 ga. shotgun ma de in 1952. Plain 28” barrel with
        a 2¾” chamber and modified choke. Bottom ejection. Excellent bore and action. Metal is clean but
        shows several scratches. Excellent grooved walnut forearm . The checkered walnut stock was pa dde d to
        12¾” pull. This gun, especially the butt stock has the kind of deep dings and scratches you’d get when
        your gun fell off of a moving car. (C&R)

R111.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 232396. Takedown sli de action 20 ga. shotgun made in 1920. 25” plain
        “Nickel Steel” barrel choked full. Excellent shiny bore and crisp, like new, action. Top of the receiver has
        4 plugged scope mount holes. 87% factory blue, with hunting marks and carry wear. Very good grooved
        walnut 5½” roun d forearm. The plain walnut scant pistol grip stock has a heavy coat of varnish.
        Excellent original butt plate. (C&R)

R112.   M ossberg mod. 1000 “Super 12” ser.# FD04868. Excellent quality 12 ga. semi auto. takedown shotgun
        made in Japan by Howa. 28” barrel, ventilated rib, 3” cham ber, and 3 screw in choke tubes. Excellent
        bore and action. Dark greenish gray Parkerized like metal finish. Factory oil finished checkered walnut
        forearm and matching stock with a factory recoil pad. Correct swivel studs. Gun lo oks like new, overall,
        and may be unfired. Includes the box, pa pers, and accessories.

R113.   B. S . A. Imports “Royal” ser.# 6003505503. N ormally, B.S.A. would be known as a British
        manufacturer of fine doubles but this one was made in Spain. Still a great looking and beautifully made
        20 ga. side by side with 26” barrels, 3” chambers, a single selective “gold” trigger, and automatic
        ejectors. False side plates and the receiver are nicely engraved and case colored. Blued barrels and
        trigger guard. Checkered walnut splinter forearm with a push button latch. Matching straight grip stock
        with a solid factory pa d. Gun has a few ever so slight handling marks but looks like new, proba bly,
        unfired. Original box an d instructions.

R114.   Remington “S portsman 58” ser.# 92162W. Takedown, gas operated, 16 ga. semi auto. shotgun. All
        original. Plain 28” barrel, 2¾” chamber, an d modified choke. Excellent bore and action. Adjustment on
        the magazine cap for high and low base shells. Sides of the receiver are machine engraved with game
        scenes. 98% factory blue with a small light rust patch on the barrel. Excellent checkered walnut forearm
        and matching capped pistol grip stock. 4 small half moon shaped dings in the butt. This is a great
        example that includes the original box an d instructions.

R115.   Smith & W esson mod. 1000 “Super 12” ser.# FC77487. Top quality takedown 12 ga. semi auto shotgun
        made by Howa in Japan. 26” barrel, ventilated rib, 3” chamber, an d 3 screw in choke tubes. Like new
        bore and action. Receiver machine e ngraved with scroll work. 98% factory blue and black metal finish.
        Excellent, gloss finished, checkered walnut forearm and matching stock with a factory pa d. Wood has
        light handling marks but the gun, actually, shows little use. Includes the box.


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R116.   Hunter Arms “L.C. Smith Field Grade” ser.# 343164R. An all original, but much used, 12 ga .
        hammerless side lock double made in 1913??. 30” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Excellent
        bright bores. Excellent action. Opening lever still angled to the right. Most of the metal is smooth, with a
        little rust on the trigger guard and at the muzzle. Faint traces of case color on the, mostly, gray receiver
        and side plates. 90% factory satin blue on the barrels but getting thin. Fair/good, well worn and
        cracke d, checkered walnut splinter forearm held with a push button latch. Matching capped pistol grip
        stock is solid but has much finish wear and lots of little scratches. Very good butt plate. (C&R)

117.    Unknown maker percussion double ser.# n/a. Wall hanger antique 12 ga. with back action locks.
        Missing one hammer. 30” barrels. Metal is brown , dirty, and rusty. Long wooden dowel for a ramrod.
        Cracked stock.

118.    U. S. Springfield mod. 1884 ser.# 533151. Antique single shot .45-70 “tra p door” military rifle made in
        1891. Retractable ramrod bayonet. Good example is 100% original. Excellent bright bore. Excellent
        action. Metal finish is a worn gray/brown showing some cleaning and spots of rust. Very good full length
        stock, with a fine 1891 cartouche, shows the usual dings and scratches. No tools in the butt trap.
        Should be a fun shooter!

119.    Spandau mod. 71/84 ser.# 5706. Antique 11.15X60mmR bolt action military rifle with a tubular feed.
        Appears to be all matching and complete except missing one sling swivel . The other swivel is not
        attached but is included. Receiver dated 1887. Correct sights. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action.
        The receiver may have been case colored but is now a worn, cleaned, bare gray. Barrel and trigger guard
        retain most of the original blue, with light old rust residue. Very good, nicely proofed, full length walnut
        stock with small dings and scratches.

R120.   Remington mod. 17 ser.# 3483. Vintage, bottom ejecting, slide action, takedown shotgun that was only
        produced in 20 gauge. Plain 26” barrel choked modified. Excellent bore and action. Metal finish is a
        worn gray/brown with dings and scratches. Very good grooved walnut forearm. Good scant pistol grip,
        plain walnut, stock has a few small cracks and a recoil pad to 14½” pull. Wood was stripped of its
        finish. The design of this gun later became the basis for the model 37 Ithaca. (C&R)

R121.   A. H. Fox “Sterlingworth” ser.# 250947. Fine small frame 20 ga. hammerless box lock double made in
        Philadelphia. Manufactured in 1913. 28” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Bores have light
        pitting but would rate good. Excellent crisp action closes like a bank vault. Opening lever still angled to
        the right. Receiver finish worn to gray, with light old rust residue. One tiny ding in the left barrel. 90%
        factory satin blue on the barrels. Good checkered walnut splinter forearm has dings, scratches, and
        shows wear. Matching butt stock was altered into a straight grip configuration with the end of the
        trigger guard straightened to match. Exce llent butt plate. (C&R)

122.    Marlin mod. 1894 ser.# 163495. Antique lever action, solid frame, standard rifle chambered in .32-20.
        Made in 1898. All original but part of the folding Beeches front sight is broken off. Correct rear barrel
        sight and a great old, unmarked, peep sight on the tang. 28” octagon barrel, full length magazine tube,
        and a crescent butt. Good bore. Excellent action. Light mottled traces of case color on the, mostly, gray
        frame, lever, and hammer. Blued bolt, barrel, and tube retain m ost of the factory finish but are starting
        to turn brown. Very good plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock. The wood has dings
        and scratches but, also, lots of factory finish. Correct metal butt plate. Nice old Marlin! (C&R)

R123.   J. Stevens Arms Co. “S pringfield” ser.# n/a. Fine old 20 ga. single shot hammer gun with a 28” barrel
        and an ejector. Excellent bore and action. 15% factory case color on the receiver, along with a little old
        rust. Barrel has one nasty scratch on the top near the breech but still shows 90% factory blue. Excellent
        plain walnut forearm with worn finish. Fair/good repaired stock has a few cracks and a crazed finish.
        Very good butt plate. (C&R)

124.    Parker Bros. “PH Quality” ser.# 70398. Antique 12 ga. hammerless box lock double made in 1892. 28¼”
        twist steel barrels appear to have been shortened. Double triggers and extractors. Good, lightly pitted,
        bores. Excellent action. Opening lever altered a bit. Lightly engraved frame and fences. Metal finish is
        gray/brown, wi th very good pattern on the barrels. Good, but quite worn,    checkered walnut splinter
        forearm. Good/very good, darkened, checkered walnut pistol grip stock. Crude replacement butt plate.
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R125.   A. H. Fox Gun Co. “A Gra de” ser.# 2720. Philadelphia made hammerless box lock 12 ga. side by side .
        30” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Gun appears to be 100% original. Center bead broken off
        and a hole for a rear bead in the matted raised rib. Excellent bores and excellent solid action. Receiver
        and trigger guard finish is a worn an d cleaned bare gray, with old rust residue. Dent free barrels have
        88% factory satin blue, getting a brownish tint. Good, worn, checkered walnut splinter forearm held
        with a latch. Very good matching, factory straight grip, stock. The pull is 13” to an excellent factory butt
        plate and may be special order. A prime candidate for restoration! (C&R)

126.    E. W hitney “Navy Model” ser.# 18811. Second model, 4th type, .36 cal. antique, single action, 6 shot
        percussion revolver that was converted to a .38 center fire long ago. Possibly a factory job?? 7¾” octagon
        barrel. Revolver is the original configuration but was nickel plated long ago and there is no cylinder
        scene remaining. Top of the barrel stamped “E. Whitney N. Haven”. Good bore . Very good action. Several
        parts stam ped with letters that suggest military inspector’s marks but wh o knows?? 90% of the nickel
        remains with peeling in a few areas. Very good/excellent plain walnut grips.

127.    Smith & W esson “Model No. 1” ser.# 9970. Fi rst issue, 6th type, 7 shot antique, single action, .22 Short
        pocket revolver. Cylinder dated to 1858. 3¼” barrel tips up for loa ding. Spur trigger and a square butt.
        Part of the cylinder stop broken off. Pivoting hammer spur. Fair bore. Very good working action but, of
        course, the cylinder doesn’t index correctly. Approx. 40% original darkened silver remains on the brass
        frame. Balance of the metal turned a worn brown. Very good original rosewood grips.

R128.   Winchester mod. 67 ser.# n/a. Bolt action, manually cocked, single shot .22 rifle. All original. Correct
        sights but the top of the front is broken off. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent action. 90% original
        chrome on the bolt. Balance of the metal has 90% factory blue, turning brown and thin. Very good plain
        walnut stock with light dings and scratches. Excellent butt plate.

R129.   Winchester mod. 50 ser.# 20984. All steel semi auto. 12 ga. takedown shotgun made the first year of
        production, 1954. 100% original! Plain 28” barrel, 2¾” chamber, an d modified choke. Excellent bore and
        action. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol
        grip stock, both with some finish wear. Excellent butt plate. A very good example! (C&R)

R130.   Reck mod. P8 “LA Fury” ser.# 139549. West German made hammerless semi auto. pocket pistol
        chambered in .25 AC P. 2¼” barrel. Excellent bore and action. “Gold” trigger. Black metal finish.
        Checkered wood grips. Pistol looks like new and is in the original box with pa pers.

R131.   F. I. E. “Titan” ser.# 187053. Compact .25 ACP semi auto. pocket pistol with a hammer and a 2½”
        barrel. Bore should clean to very good. Excellent action. Alloy frame’s finish is dark gray. Blued upper
        shows edge wear and light old rust residue. Excellent checkered black plastic grips.

R132.   Russian-C.A.I. mod. 44/91 “Mosin Nagant” ser.# ZT2846. Im port marked 7.62X54mmR bolt action
        military carbine dated 1948. Folding spike bayonet. Original configuration and a ppears to be matching.
        Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has most of the original arsenal blue. Very good hand guard and
        stock with dings and scratches. (C&R)

R133.   Yugoslavian mod. 48 ser.# 65720. Another one of Mitchell Mausers fine condition collectible 8X57m m
        Mauser rifle packages. Import marked but all matching and original. Excellent bore and action. Clean
        metal retains 98% arsenal blue. Excellent hand guard and matching stock. Includes the box of related
        accessories, papers, an d the shipping carton. (C&R)

R134.   Smith & W esson “Military & Police” ser.# C130639. Pre model 10 .38 S pl. double action revolver. 6 shot
        swing out cylinder, 5” barrel, fixed sights, and a 5 screw frame. Excellent bore and action. Fa ding case
        colors on the hammer and trigger. Smooth metal has a few stains but ret ains 90% factory blue. Very
        good imitation stag “Franzite” square butt grips. (C &R)




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R135.   Ruger mod. SC6 “Super Single Six” ser.# 60-09515. Old model .22 single action revolver made in 1969.
        Never converted to the new safer action. Extra cylinder to shoot .22 Mag. 6½” barrel. Adjusta ble rear
        sight. Excellent bore and action. Metal retains 84% factory blue showing holster and edge wear and a
        few small spots of rust. Very good plain walnut grips. Includes the original box an d instructions.

R136.   Ruger mod. NR6 “Super Single Six” ser.# 64-38883. New model .22 single action revolver made in 1976
        and stam ped “Ma de In The 200th Year Of American Liberty”. Extra cylinder to shoot .22 Mag. 6½” barrel.
        Adjusta ble rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Metal retain s 95% factory blue and black metal finish
        with a little muzzle wear. Excellent plain walnut original grips. Includes the box.

R137.   M ossberg mod. 183D-B ser.# n/a. Bolt action .410 shotgun with an internal magazine. 24” barrel, 3”
        chamber, and two screw on ch oke tubes. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Metal has a little
        scattered rust and a few hunting scratches but retains 90% factory blue. Plastic trigger guard is not
        warped but does have a replacement screw. Very good plain walnut Monte Carlo s tock with lots of little
        scratches and dings.

R138.   Sloan Sporting Goods “Pride Of S pain” ser.# 42218. Good quality box lock hammerless 20 ga. side by
        side with 27½” barrels, 3” cham bers, double triggers, and extractors. Bores will clean to excellent.
        Excellent solid action features side clips. Lightly engraved frame and trigger guard. 95% factory blue
        with a little scattered, cleanable, rust. Very good checkered hardwood beavertail forearm. Very good
        capped pistol grip, matching, stock. Wood has a few hunting scuffs. Excellent butt plate. Nice light gun!

R139.   Marlin mod. 783 ser.# 21638402. .22 Mag. bolt action rifle with a tubular magazine. Missing the sights
        but has a 1” diameter Marlin 4X scope mounted on the grooved receiver. Excellent bore and act ion. 95%
        factory blue with a hint of light rust. Very good impressed checkered, Monte Carlo, walnut stock has lots
        of little dings and scratches. Includes a leather sling in QD swivels.

R140.   Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 1504468. Lever action .30-30 carbine made in 1948. Flat front barrel ban d.
        Original sights. Excellent bore and action. Gun is a bit dusty, has a hint of rust, an d light edge wear but
        still retains 90% factory blue. Very good plain walnut long forearm with newer varnish. Very good
        matching straight grip stock with extra varnish. Correct metal butt plate. Non -factory sling swivels.
        Includes the original instructions. (C&R)

R141.   Remington mod. 1100 ser.# 536676X. 1968 production 20 ga. semi auto. shotgun with a plain 28”
        barrel, 2¾” chamber, and modified choke. Excellent bore an d action. Machine engraved receiver. 90%
        factory blue with scattered light and medium rust, overall. Very good impressed checkered walnut
        forearm and stock with lots of little hunting marks. Excellent butt plate.

142.    Winchester mod. 1894 ser.# 85994. Antique deluxe rifle, the receiver made in 1897. Chambered in .32 -
        40. This rifle was, proba bly assembled from different parts. It appears to have a takedown frame but the
        takedown lever on the front of the magazine tube was altered and no longer seems to work. The 26” full
        octagon barrel has a dovetail for a magazine band near the muzzle but the magazine is currently half
        length. Incorrect?? front sight. Fair bore may clean better. Very good action. Metal finish is dark
        gray/brown an d the receiver shows old medium pitting. Good but very worn checkered walnut forearm
        and matching capped pistol grip stock. Crescent metal butt plate.

R143.   J. Stevens Arms Co. mod. 240 ser.# n/a. Interesting, vintage, over/under .410 shotgun with 26”
        barrels, double triggers, extractors, 3” chambers, and double exposed hammers. All original. Excellent
        bores and action. 10% original case colors on the lightly rusted, gray, frame. Barrels show most of the
        factory blue but have scattered spots of rust. Very good, wood grained, Tenite plastic forearm and
        matching stock, both with light scratches. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)

R144.   Browning mod. A-5 “Light Twelve” ser.# G13462. Belgian made 12 ga. takedown semi auto. shotgun
        made in 1956. Plain matted 27½” barrel. 2¾” chamber and modified choke. Excellent bore and action.
        Entire gun shows much use. 80% thinning factory blue with light scratches, edge and carry wear, and a
        little rust. Very good checkered walnut forearm. Good matching round knob pistol grip stock with a toe
        chip and much finish wear. Original butt plate has a small chip. (C&R)


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R145.   Savage-Springfield mod. 840 ser.# B895288. Bolt action .222 Rem. rifle with a detachable magazine.
        24” barrel missing the sights. Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal has 98% factory blue.
        Excellent dark stained hardwood stock with a few minor scratches. Includes a black nylon carrying
        strap in QD swivels and a 3-9X Bushnell scope in the correct Weaver side mount.

R146.   Savage mod. 220A ser.# n/a. A nice example of this single shot hammerless 16 ga. shotgun with an
        ejector, a 28” barrel, and a 2¾” cham ber. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. Clean receiver retains
        most of the factory case color and protective lacquer. 95% factory barrel blue with traces of cleanable
        rust. Very good/excellent plain walnut forearm and matching stock, both with light hunting marks.
        Excellent butt plate.

R147.   Savage-Stevens mod. 940A ser.# n/a. Single shot hammer gun chambered in 3” .410. Side opener,
        ejector, and a 26” barrel. Excellent bore and action. Small game scene engraved on the frame which was
        once case colored but is now, mostly, brown. 95% factory blue on the barrel with a few small rust spots.
        Excellent hardwood forearm and stock both with a quite worn finish.

R148.   Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 1470929. .32 S pl. lever action carbine made approx. 1946. All original with
        the possible exception of the sling swivels that could be factory. Flat front barrel band. Original sights
        with the front hood intact. Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal still has 97% factory blue.
        Excellent plain walnut long forearm. Excellent butt stock with the correct metal butt plate. Includes a
        leather sling. One real nice carbine! (C&R)

R149.   Ruger mod. 77 Mark II ser.# 783-74176. Bolt action sporting rifle chambered in .223 Rem. 22” barrel
        made without sights. Hinged floor plate. Excellent bore and action. Stainless steel bolt. Balance of the
        metal has 98% factory blue and black finish. Excellent checkered walnut st ock with a few light handling
        marks. Includes a broa d nylon carrying strap in QD swivels and a Leupold 3 -9X scope in Ruger rings.
        Gun shows little use.

R150.   Remington mod. 700 ADL ser.# 295228. Bolt action .270 Win. sporting rifle made in 1967. 22” barr el
        with the correct sights. Blind magazine. Excellent bore. Action is not safe as it is because it fires when
        the bolt is closed. Could be a case of the trigger pull being set too light. Should be an easy fix. Metal is a
        bit dirty and has a few light scratches but still retains 95% factory blue. Very good/excellent impressed
        checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock with a cheek piece. Wood has a few small dings an d scratches.
        Correct checkered metal butt plate. Includes a leather sling and a 4X Universal scope in Tasco rings.

151.    A. Klein combination gun ser.# n/a. Antique side by side hammer gun that is difficult to fully describe
        and must be seen! Made in Bamberg, Germany. 26¾” barrels. One side chambered in a center fire
        cartridge of a pprox. 11mm. The other side is 16 ga. but the bore has fine rifling, possi bly, for slugs. Shot
        barrel appears to be twist steel where the other looks like regular steel. Center rib has a front sight, a
        semi-fixed rear sight and behind that a flip up, unusual, peep sight. Sling s wivel mounted beneath the
        barrel and one in the stock toe. The action is opened by a real horn lever that is mounted just below the
        checkered walnut splinter forearm, held with a wedge pin. Back action locks, frame, and elaborate
        trigger guard are profusely engraved with a floral motif. Both bores show light pitting but the rifling is
        very good. Excellent action. The forearm has a few slivers missing along the edges. Very good checkered
        walnut stock has an exaggerated cheek piece and a relief carved “stag i n the woods” scene. Correct
        metal butt plate. Fancy horn pistol grip. The metal finish has worn to a pleasing bare gray. Includes an
        out of place black nylon carrying strap. Supposedly only one of ten made!

R152.   Harrington & Richardson mod. 490 “Topper Jr.” ser.# AH240503. 20 ga. single shot “youth” shotgun
        with a hammer, an ejector, and a 3” chambered, modified choke, 26” barrel. Excellent bore and action.
        Gun was poorly stored and has light rust on the case colored receiver and rust flaking on the blue d
        barrel. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and stock. Factory pa d to 13” pull.

R153.   Winchester mod. 70 ser.# 779210. Post ’64 push feed bolt action rifle chambered in .243 Win. Original
        sights. Factory free floated 22” barrel. Hinged floor plate. Bore s hould clean to very good or better.
        Excellent action. Clean metal retains 95% factory blue and black finish. Excellent impressed checkered
        walnut stock with very light hunting marks. Includes a broad camo. carrying strap and a Tasco 3 -9X
        scope in Weaver ri ngs.
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R154.   Savage mod. 340B ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 Hornet rifle with a detachable magazine. Original sights.
        Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal has 95% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut stock with a
        few light scratches. Excellent butt plate. Includes a broa d leather carrying strap and a 6X Texan scope
        in the correct Weaver side mount.

R155.   Hunter Arms “L.C. Smith Fie ld Grade” ser.# 37940. 100% original, un-altered side lock 20 ga. double
        barrel shotgun made in 1921? 28” “Armor Steel” barrels with a high solid rib an d 2¾” cham bers. Double
        triggers and extractors. Bores will clean to excellent. Solid, crisp, excellent action. Side plates and frame
        are mostly gray/brown but show traces of original case color. Dent free barrels have light scratches and
        just a hint of rust spots and retain 90% thinning factory blue. Very good, but worn an d scratched,
        checkered walnut splinter forearm. Matching capped pistol grip stock with lots of hunting use showing.
        Very good original butt plate. (C&R)

R156.   Ruger mod. 77 ser.# 1404. First year of production, 1968, “flat bolt” bolt action rifle chambered in .243
        Win. 22” barrel made without sights. Hinged floor plate. Tang safety. Very good bore. Excellent action.
        Smooth metal shows hunting use, with fade d black finish on the floor plate/trigger guard. Balance of
        the metal still has 90% factory blue with light hunting scratches. Very good checkered walnut stock has
        several light scratches and old mildew spots. C orrect solid red rubber butt plate. Includes a broa d
        leather carrying strap and a 3-9X Redfield Gunsight Co. scope in the Ruger rings.

R157.   Gregorio Bolumburu “Bufalo” ser.# 4216. S panish made hammerless .32 ACP semi auto. pistol that
        resembles a Browning model 1910. Grip an d thumb safeties. Fixed sights. 3 3/8 th inch barrel. Very good
        bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent checkered black grips with
        the embossed buffalo head and the “GB” logo. Includes a non -original plastic box. An excellent example!
        (C&R)

R158.   Harrington & Ri chardson “Young America Double Action” ser.# 476595. An excellent example of this
        small 5 shot, solid frame, double action pocket revolver chambered in .32 S&W. 2” octagon barrel. Very
        good bore. Excellent action. Blued trigger guard. Case colored hammer. Balance of the metal shows 95%
        bright factory nickel, with a little scattered rust. Excellent checkered black grips. (C&R)

R159.   Taurus-Rossi mod. 461 ser.# WK163499. Modern Brazilian made 6 shot double action, snub nose,
        revolver chambered in .357. 2 1/8th inch barrel, fixed sights, shrouded ejector rod, and a swing out
        cylinder. Gloss blue d metal. Stippled black rubber com bat style rubber grips. Gun shows little or no
        use, overall.

R160.   Smith & W esson mod. 469 ser.# A878963. C om pact, double action only, 9mm semi auto. pistol with a
        3½” barrel, semi fixed rear sight, and an ambidextrous safety. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory
        satin blue and black metal finish. Excellent textured black plastic grips. Pistol shows little use .

R161.   Rossi mod. 62SA ser.# G310133. Fine Brazilian made copy of the old Winchester model 62 .22
        takedown slide action rifle with a tubular magazine and a hammer. Open sights. Made before the
        required safety. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue with a hint of rust on the side of the
        receiver. Excellent grooved hardwood forearm and matching straight grip stock. Non–factory swivel
        studs.

R162.   Ruger mod. 77/22 ser.# 720-09400. Light weight bolt action rifle chambered in .22 Hornet. Detachable
        rotary magazine. 20” barrel made without sights. Excellent bore and action. 99+% factory blue.
        Excellent checkered walnut stock with factory swivel studs an d a soli d black rubber pa d. Includes a 3 -
        9X Bushnell scope in the Ruger rings. Gun shows very little use.

R163.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 1038232. Takedown slide action 12 ga. field grade shotgun made in 1947.
        Plain 30” barrel choked full. 2¾” chamber. Like new bore and action. Clean metal has 97% factory blue
        with a few light scratches and a little assembly damage. Excellent round 6 7/8 th inch grooved walnut
        forearm. Excellent checkered walnut butt stock appears to be a well fit replacemen t. Recoil pad to 14½”
        pull. (C&R)


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R164.   Winchester mod. 94 “Antique” ser.# 2781881. .30-30 lever action standard carbine made in 1964. All
        original except swivel studs. Correct open sights. Excellent bore and action. This version has a factory
        case colored receiver with light machine engraving. “Gold” sa ddle ring. Balance of the clean metal
        retains 98% factory blue. Very good/excellent plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock.
        Wood has a few blemishes but the gun shows little use. Correct metal butt plate.

R165.   Savage mod. 99 ser.# 778453. Lever action solid frame rifle chambered in .300 Savage. Brass, rotary
        cartridge counter, internal magazine. Correct open sights. 22” barrel. Excellent bore and action. Clean
        metal has 85% thin factory blue, with a few hunting scratches. Traces of case color on the lever. Very
        good/excellent checkered walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock, both with a factory oil finish.
        Non-factory sling swivels. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a 2-7X Redfield wi de angle scope in see
        through rings.

R166.   Remington mod. 17 ser.# 6307. Vintage takedown slide action shotgun that was only produced in 20
        ga. Plain 26” barrel choked modified. Forerunner of the model 37 Ithaca with the same bottom ejection.
        Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Metal shows light scratches and old smooth rust residue but still
        has 88% factory blue. Excellent grooved walnut roun d forearm. Good plain walnut stock with small
        cracks and several hunting scratches. Replacement butt plate to 13” pull. (C &R)

R167.   Marlin mod. 93 ser.# 5284C. .30-30 lever action “Eastern” carbine with a 20” barrel, full length
        magazine tube, ladder style rear sight, and a hammer. 100% original. Excellent bore and action. Mostly
        gray receiver and lever show old cleaned rust residue and traces of case color. Smooth barrel and
        magazine tube have a few scratches and the 89% factory blue is getting a brownish tint. Very good,
        dinged, plain walnut forearm. Very good matching stock with one nasty ding at the wrist. Correct
        carbine style metal butt plate. (C&R)

R168.   Browning mod. BL-22 ser.# 72B86287. Fine Japanese made, short stroke, lever action .22 rifle with a
        tubular magazine and a hammer. All original. Correct sights, the rear missing the bla de. Grooved
        receiver. Excellent bore and action. 99% factory blue with a few extremely small marks. Very
        good/excellent gloss finished plain walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock, both with
        numerous small handling marks. Excellent butt plate.

R169.   Winchester mod. 88 ser.# 159039A. Hammerless lever action sporting rifle chambered in .308 Win.
        Made in 1964. Correct sights including the front hood. Detachable magazine. Excellent bore and action.
        Fairly clean metal has a few hunting marks and 98% factory blue. Fair/good basket weave impressed
        checkered walnut stock has a ba d crack on the side held together with a small wood scr ew. Correct sling
        swivels and a very good butt plate. Includes a 4X Charles Harvan scope in a Weaver flip over mount.
        (C&R)

R170.   Sears mod. 5 ser.# n/a. Hammerless lever action .22 rifle made by Winchester. Tubular magazine.
        Correct sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue and black finish. Very
        good/excellent plain walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Wood has a few handling marks
        and some finish crazing. Excellent butt plate. Includes a Simmons 4X, 1” diameter, scope mounted on
        the grooved receiver.

R171.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 889941. Field gra de 16 ga. takedown, slide action, shotgun made in 1941.
        25”, soli d rib, barrel was originally modified but it was cut and has an adjustable Poly Choke. 2¾”
        chamber. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal still shows 89% factory blue.
        Excellent grooved walnut forearm looks like a later Winchester replacement?? Very good, san ded and
        refinished, plain walnut, scant pistol grip stock has a recoil pa d to 14¼” pull. (C &R)

R172.   Winchester mod. 94 “Classic” ser.# 3209913. 1969 production .30 -30 lever action carbine with a
        hammer, a full length magazine tube, and a 20” octagon barrel. Blued an d black metal finish. Machine
        engraved receiver. Very nicely figured plain walnut forearm and straight grip stock, both with the factory
        satin finish. Correct metal butt plate. Gun is new, in the original red “plaid” box, with some paperwork.
        The consecutively numbered mate to gun #206. You should buy both!



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R173.   Savage mod. 340B ser.# n/a. Deluxe .222 Rem. bolt action rifle with a detachable magazine. 24” barrel,
        missing the rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 98% factory blue. Excellent plain
        walnut impressed checkered stock may have an extra coat of finish. Excellent butt plate. Non-factory
        sling swivels. Includes a vintage Weaver 8X scope in a correct B-Square side mounted base and Weaver
        rings.

R174.   Browning mod. BLR 81 ser.# 11571PZ127. Ja panese made lever action, hammer fired, rifle cham bered
        in .308 Win. Flush mounted detachable magazine. Correct sights. Like new bore and action. 99+%
        factory gloss blue. Non-factory sling swivels studs. Excellent gloss finished checkered walnut forearm
        and matching straight grip stock, with a few small h andling marks. Factory soli d rubber butt pa d.
        Includes a Simmons 3-9X scope in a Redfield mount.

R175.   Remington mod. 31 ser.# 511176. Slide action, takedown, 16 ga. shotgun made in 1936. Plain 26”
        barrel is numbered to the frame. Modified choke. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 93% of an
        excellent old reblue. Excellent grooved walnut roun d forearm. Excellent refinished plain stock has a
        compass inletted into the side and a recoil pad to 13¾” pull. (C&R)

R176.   Interarms-Rossi mod. 65 SRC ser.# N012149. Fine quality Brazilian made lever action saddle ring
        carbine chambered in .44-40. A good copy of the original Winchester model 92, made before the required
        safety. Correct open sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean blued metal. Excellent plain hardwood
        forearm and matching straight grip stock. Carbine style metal butt plate. Gun shows little use.

R177.   Marlin mod. 101 ser.# 70157289. Manually cocked bolt action .22 single shot rifle. Made in 1970 and
        all original. Correct sights and “T” shape d cocking knob. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue.
        Excellent plain walnut stock. Includes a 4X Hy -Score” scope mounted on the grooved receiver.

R178.   Savage mod. 99C ser.# C549953. Lever action, hammerless, .243 Win. rifle with a detachable mag azine.
        Open sights and a set of Weaver rings but no scope. Tang safety. Bore should clean to very good or
        better. Excellent action. Strong case color on the lever. Balance of the clean metal retains 90% factory
        blue getting very thin at the carry points. Excellent impressed checkered walnut forearm and matching
        capped pistol grip stock. Non-factory swivel studs an d an excellent butt plate.

R179.   Marlin mod. 39A ser.# N17331. Takedown lever action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine, 24” barrel,
        open sights, (the rear is a replacement), and a hammer. Made in 1956. Four holes in the side of the
        barrel for a scope mount. Excellent “Micro Groove” bore and action. Fairly clean metal shows 89%
        factory blue, worn and turned gray/brown on the lever. Non -factory sling swivels. Very good plain
        walnut “fat” forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Replaced logo plug. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)

R180.   Marlin mod. 336 R.C. ser.# R15453. Lever action carbine chambered in .32 Spl. Ma de approx. 1958.
        Tubular magazine and a hammer. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 99% of a very professional
        reblue. Excellent, nicely refinished, plain walnut “fat” forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Non -
        factory metal grip cap, sling swivels, and solid rubber butt plate. Includes a 3-9X Tasco scope in Weaver
        rings. (C&R)

R181.   Savage mod. 64 ser.# 1077664. Fine Canadian made .22 semi auto. rifle with a clip. 20” barrel made
        without sights. Blued metal. Brown laminated wood Monte Carlo stock. Simmons 4X scope mounted on
        top. Rifle looks like new, overall, and includes the papers, extra magazine and a lock.

R182.   Harrington & Ri chardson mod. 1900 ser.# 95510. Small framed single shot hammer gun chambered in
        .410 or 12mm. Proba bly, not a 3” chamber so caution is advised. 26” barrel with an extractor. Shiny
        bore but a few small pits. Excellent solid action. Worn gray/brown metal finish with light pitting, overall.
        Poor cracked wood. Very good original butt plate. (C&R)

R183.   Remington mod. 514 ser.# n/a. Single shot, self cocking, bolt action .22 rifle. Barrel code indicates
        manufacture in 1947 but “the books” say the rifle was only introduced in 1948. All original. Correct
        sights. Excellent bore and action. 95% factory blue with very fine scattered rust. Very good plain walnut
        stock with a few scratches and a small putty filled hole. Excellent butt plate. (C&R)


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R184.   Remington Rand mod. 1911A1 ser.# 2445267. A knock your socks off all original 1945 military
        production single action .45 ACP semi auto. pistol. 5” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Grip an d thumb
        safety. FJA inspected. Excellent shiny bore. Like new action. 100% dark greenish gray Parkerizing.
        Perfect checkered brown plastic grips. Consignor brought the pistol in with the original “waxy” brown
        pa per wra p but no box. There are no re -inspection marks to indicate this is anything but a new, unfired,
        .45! (C &R)

R185.   Kahr Arms mod. KT9 ser.# PA0395. An all satin stainless steel hammerless double action semi auto.
        pistol chambered in 9mm Luger. 4” barrel. Tritium night sights. Checkered walnut grips. Pistol is new,
        unfired, in the original box with an extra magazine and the pa perwork.

R186.   Intratec Firearms mod. T EC-22 ser.# 069752. Polymer framed .22 semi auto. pistol with a forward
        mounted high capacity detachable magazine. 4” barrel with a threaded muzzle. Semi fixed sights. Black
        finished metal upper. Excellent bore and action. Pistol may have been fired and is a bit dusty, but looks,
        almost, new. Includes the instruction manual.

R187.   Harrington & Richardson “Safety Hammerless” ser.# 144481. Vintage top break 5 shot double action
        revolver chambered in .38 S&W. 3¼” barrel. Concealed hammer. Good bore. Excellent action. Blued
        trigger guard. 94% bright factory nickel plating with a nasty cylinder ring and a few other mark s.
        Excellent checkered black grips. (C &R)

R188.   Webley mod. MK VI ser.# 305401. Vintage, British, 6 shot top break .455 cal. double action military
        revolver with a 6” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. Part of the hinge mechanism is missing. Very good
        bore. Action only works single action and the cylinder timing may not be too good. Metal was heavily
        buffed an d re blued. Very good original checkered black grips. Missing the lanyard ring. (C&R)

R189.   Romarm-C.A.I. mod. SAR-1 ser.# 26283-2000. 7.62X39mm semi auto. clone of the AK-47. This one
        made in Romania. Short detachable magazine. Satin black metal finish. Dark varnished wood. Like new
        carbine is, possibly, unfired.

R190.   Marlin mod. 81 ser.# n/a. Bolt action .22 rifle with a tubular magazine. Open sights. Early version not
        grooved for a scope mount. Excellent bore and action. Dark brown, lightly rusted, metal. Very good
        hardwood stock with a dirty, worn, scratched finish.

R191.   U. S. Eddystone mod. 1917 ser.# 1059475. Ma de in 1918, a bolt action .30-06 military rifle mildly
        sporterized by cutting the fore -end and removing the hand guard. Correct sights. Dark bore looks bad
        but may respon d to cleaning. Excellent action. Metal has a little light rust but still retains 75% thinning,
        worn, original blue. Very good stock with dings and dark areas in the finish. Correct metal butt plate.
        Includes a leather sling.

R192.   Yugoslavian-C.A.I. 59/66 (SKS) ser.# V695603. 7.62X39mm semi auto. carbine with a folding blade
        bayonet and grenade launcher sights. Import marked but all original. Very good bore. Excellent action.
        Blued metal has slight edge wear but 95% of the finish remains. Excellent matching stock and hand
        guard. Solid rubber butt pa d.

R193.   Iver Johnson mod. X “Self Cocking Safety Rifle” ser.# n/a. .22 bolt action single shot with an automatic
        safety. All original. Correct sights. Good/very good bore. Excellent action. Dark, worn, gray/brown
        metal. Very good hardwood stock. Correct butt plate. (C&R)

R194.   Russian-T.G. mod. 91/30 “Mosin Nagant” se r.# MH2016/75735. Import marked 7.62X54mmR bolt
        action military rifle dated 1933. Original configuration but some re -numbered parts. Very good bore.
        Excellent action. 98% dark black arsenal refinish on the metal. Very good hand guard an d full length
        hardwood stock with a couple of arsenal repairs. Includes the importer’s hang tag. (C&R)

R195.   Century Arms “C ETME S porter” ser.# C31340. .308 Win. semi auto. military style rifle with a
        detachable magazine. Built on a new U.S. made receiver using military par ts. Original configuration.
        Excellent bore and action. New black metal finish. Excellent, slightly oil darkened, wood. Includes
        instructions and two extra magazines.
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R196.   AX (Fienmechanische W erke)-Navy Arms mod. 98 ser.# 5798a. Import marked 8X57mm bolt action
        German military rifle dated 1941. A rather scarce coded Mauser. Nazi proof marks on the barrel and
        receiver. Mismatched bolt but the original configuration. Good dark bore. Excellent action. Worn
        blue/gray/brown metal finish with wear and a little rust. Very good laminated hand guard an d full
        length stock. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R)

R197.   Russian-T.G. mod. 38/91 “Mosin Nagant” ser.# M34275/PR1127. Import marked and the original
        configuration but some parts re -numbered. A 7.62X54mmR bolt acti on military rifle dated 1944. Dark
        blue/black arsenal metal refinish. Very good varnished hardwood forearm and stock. Includes a web
        strap an d the importer’s hang tag. (C&R)

R198.   Norinco-Poly U.S .A. mod. S KS ser.# 38407. Dressed up Chinese made 7.62X39m m semi auto. military
        carbine. Missing the bayonet. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue. Original wooden hand guard
        and sights. Side folding black synthetic replacement stock. Altered to accept a high capacity detachable
        magazine. Includes a 4X small Chinese scope mounted on top of the receiver.

R199.   Howa mod. M-1 ser.# 06370. Rather scarce .30 Carb. military style semi auto. carbine made in Japan in
        the 1960s for the Taiwanese police. Assembled from Japanese and U.S. made parts. Bayonet lug
        removed. Missing the detachable magazine available, almost, anywhere. Large adjustable rear sight.
        Milled trigger assembly. Roun d bolt. Fli p safety. Howa crest on the receiver. Excellent bore and action.
        Dark blue/brown metal finish with a patch of little dings near the muzzle. Dark, rather dirty, but
        good/very good walnut hand guard an d stock, with dings. Correct metal butt plate. No sling or oiler.

R200.   Howa mod. M-1 ser.# 05738. Exactly as a bove except no dings on the barrel and more dings in the
        wood.

R201.   Hunter Arms “L.C . Smith Field Gra de” ser.# 348145R. Soli d old 12 ga. side lock, hammerless, side by
        side. 28” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. One small ding in the left barrel. Excellent bores and
        action. No case color on the mostly gray si de plates and receiver with old cleaned rust residue. Smooth
        barrels were cleaned and cold blued to dark blue/gray. Very good checkered walnut splinter forearm
        with newer varnish. Fair/good matching stock has a crack at the wrist. Good butt plate. (C&R)

R202.   Marlin mod. 57M ser.# n/a. Tube fed hammerless lever action rifle chambered in .22 Mag. Open sights,
        missing the rear step. Excellent bore and short stroke action. 95% factory blue on the receiver and lever.
        Barrel and tube are clean but were cold blued to dark blue/gray that looks good. Excellent plain walnut
        stock has an excellent refinish. Incorrectly installed sling swivel bases. Includes a 3 -9X “SPI” scope in
        Weaver top mount rings.

R203.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 735298. Field grade takedown 12 ga. pum p shotgun made in 1937. Plain 26”
        barrel choked cylinder. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Clean metal has 100% of an expert
        professional reblue. Very good roun d, grooved, 6 7/8 th inch forearm. Very good plain walnut stock has a
        few scratche s and a very thick refinish. Very good butt plate. (C&R)

R204.   Savage mod. 99 ser.# 431425. Solid frame .300 Sav. lever action rifle manufactured in 1946.
        Replacement rear sight. Non-factory sling swivels. Safety on the lever. Brass cartridge counter internal
        magazine. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal. 90% factory case color on the lever. 90% original
        satin blue, getting thin in some areas and showing several light scratches. Excellent checkered walnut
        schnabel forearm. Very good matching cappe d pistol grip stock has a poorly installed pa d to 14” pull.
        Includes a 2-7X Weatherby scope in Weaver flip over rings. (C&R)

R205.   Remington mod. 511 “Scoremaster” ser.# n/a. 1954 production .22 bolt action rifle with a clip. Original
        sights. Excellent bore and action. Lots of case color on the bolt. Clean metal retains 97% factory satin
        blue. Excellent plain walnut stock with non-original swivel studs an d a few light scratches. Excellent
        butt plate. Includes a Simmons 1.5-5X scope mounted on the grooved recei ver. (C&R)




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R206.   Winchester mod. 94 “Classic” ser.# 3209912. This is the consecutively numbered mate to carbine
        number 172. 1969 production .30-30 lever action rifle with a hammer, a full length magazine tube, and
        a 26” octagon barrel. Blued and black me tal finish. Machine engraved receiver. Very nicely figured plain
        walnut forearm and straight grip stock, both with the factory satin finish. Correct metal butt plate. Gun
        is new, in the original red “plaid” box, with some pa perwork.

R207.   J. Stevens Arms Co. mod. 75 ser.# 122297. Takedown slide action, hammerless, .22 rifle with a
        tubular magazine. 100% original including the sights. Excellent bore and action. Fairly smooth metal
        has a patch of light rust near the muzzle and all the metal finish has turned an even, dark, brown. Good
        grooved walnut forearm. Very good, but quite dark, plain walnut straight grip stock, with light handling
        marks. Correct metal butt plate. (C&R)

R208.   Remington mod. 7600 ser.# B8447533. Late production slide action .270 Win. rifle with a detachable
        magazine. The “enhanced” version with a machine engraved receiver and the lockable action. Excellent
        bore and action. Original sights. 99+% factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut forearm and Monte
        Carlo stock, with light handling marks. Excellent butt plate. Sling swivel studs and a Weaver mount but
        no scope, sling, or “key” but the action is unlocked.

R209.   Marlin mod. 1894 ser.# 21133892. Modern production lever action carbine made before the push
        button safety. Chambered in .44 Mag., it has a tubular magazine and a hammer. Replacement rear
        sight. Swivel studs. Excellent action and “Micro Groove” bore. 98% clean factory blue. Excellent plain
        walnut forearm and straight grip stock, both with very light handling marks. Excellent butt plate.
        Includes a Tasco 4X scope in see through rings.

R210.   Winchester mod. 94AE ser.# 6153197. Angle eject .30-30 lever action saddle ring “trapper’s” carbine
        with a 16” barrel, tubular magazine, oversize lever loop, push button safety, and a hamm er with an
        extension. “1894-1994” inscription on the side of the receiver. Excellent bore and action. 99+% factory
        blue. Plain walnut forearm and stock with a few light dings. Perfect butt plate. No box but this gun
        shows little or no use.

R211.   Husqvarna mod. 4100?? ser.# 247199A. Top quality Swedish made, light weight, bolt action sporting
        rifle chambered in .243 Win. All original. 21” barrel with the correct sights. Hinged floor plate. Bore is
        dark but sh ould clean up fine. Excellent action. Fairly cle an metal has 90% factory blue and black
        finish, with lots of little scratches on the alloy floor plate/trigger guard. Very good checkered wood
        Monte Carlo stock has a schnabel fore -end tip and a cheek piece. There are lots of fine scratches in the
        wood an d the butt was cut to 12½” pull with a re -attached factory butt plate. Includes a nylon sling in
        QD swivels and a 4X Redfield scope in Weaver rings.

R212.   Winchester mod. 12 ser.# 1633025. Field grade 12 ga. takedown pum p shotgun made in 1957. Plain
        28” barrel with a 2¾” chamber and modified choke. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. 87% factory
        blue showing edge wear and very light cleaned rust residue. Excellent grooved walnut 8” roun d forearm.
        Excellent plain, refinished, stock with a recoil pa d t o 13½” pull. (C&R)

R213.   Marlin mod. 336RC ser.# E6418. Lever action .30-30 carbine with a tubular magazine and a hammer. A
        very worn hunting gun, made in 1948, with an excellent bore and action. Replaced front ramp sight
        looks like it was soldered or glued on. Replaced rear sight missing the ramp. Metal shows dings, old
        cleaned rust residue, and was cleaned an d worn to bare gray. No blue remaining. Very good “fat” plain
        walnut forearm and nicely figured matching stock were both revarnished. Chipped butt plate. Swivel
        studs. Includes a 4X Bushnell scope in Weaver rings. (C&R)

R214.   Sears mod. 5M ser.# 266432. Light weight hammerless lever action rifle chambered in .22 Mag. Tubular
        magazine. Made by Winchester. All original. Excellent bore and action. Cle an metal retains 98% factory
        blue and black finish with a few small scratches. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and matching stock.
        Excellent butt plate. Includes a 4X Ted Williams scope mounted on the grooved receiver.




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R215.   J. C. Higgins mod. 45 ser.# W11404. .35 Rem. lever action carbine made by Marlin for Sears in 1963.
        Tubular magazine and a hammer. Open sights. Top of the receiver factory drilled for a scope mount.
        Like new bore and action. 98% clean factory blue. Sling swivels. Excellent plain waln ut forearm. The
        butt stock is an excellent plain walnut replacement. Replaced butt plate.

R216.   Winchester mod. 94AE ser.# 6131521. Angle eject standard carbine chambered in .30 -30. 100%
        original. “1894-1994” inscription on the side. Push button safety. Blued metal. Plain walnut forearm and
        stock. Carbine looks like new, overall, and may be unfired.

R217.   Winchester mod. 88 ser.# H255609. Hammerless lever action rifle chambered in .308 Win. Made in
        1970. A very nice example. Original sights. Detachable magazine. Non-factory swivel studs. Like new
        bore and action. Very clean metal has 99+% factory blue. Excellent basket weave impressed checkered
        walnut stock. Excellent butt plate. Includes a round 2-7X Redfield scope in Redfield style mount. (C&R)
R218.   Marlin mod. 57 ser.# n/a. Hammerless short stroke lever action rifle chambered in .22. Tubular
        magazine. All original including the sights. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue and black metal
        finish with just a few tiny spots of rust. Excellent pla in walnut Monte Carlo stock. Includes a 4X Marlin
        scope mounted on the grooved receiver.

R219.   Savage mod. 99 ser.# 625753. Solid frame, hammerless, lever action rifle chambered in .300 Sav. Open
        sights with a replaced rear ramp. Top of the receiver drilled for a scope mount. Steel cartridge counter
        rotary, internal, magazine. Lever mounted safety. Excellent bright bore and like new crisp action. Strong
        traces of case color on the lever. 97% factory blue with several scratches on the barrel. Very
        good/excellent checkered walnut schnabel forearm with one small chip. Excellent matching capped
        pistol grip stock with a recoil pa d to 14¼” pull. Sling swivels.

R220.   Marlin mod. 39A “Original Golden” ser.# 17264159. Takedown lever action .22 rifle with a tubula r
        magazine and a hammer. Made before the push button safety. 24” barrel with open sights. Excellent
        bore and action. This rifle is no longer “golden” because it was professionally reblued years ago. Most of
        that blue remains but there is evidence of cold blue touchup on the barrel. Excellent plain walnut
        forearm and cappe d pistol grip stock. The butt stock has a poorly a pplied coat of new finish. Excellent
        butt plate.

R221.   Rossi-Interarms mod. 92S RC ser.# K015271. Good Brazilian made copy of the Winchester model 92
        carbine. This one is chambered in .357. Sa ddle ring, open sights, tubular magazine, and a hammer.
        Made before the required safety. Excellent bore and action. 98% factory blue with a hint of scattered
        rust. Excellent plain hardwood forearm and stock. Steel, carbine style, butt plate.

R222.   Marlin mod. 336 ser.# 19162752. Lever action carbine chambered in .35 Rem. Tubular magazine and a
        hammer. Pre -safety. Open sights. Excellent “Micro Groove” bore. Excellent action. Swivel studs. 99%
        clean factory blue. Excellent plain walnut forearm and stock with a few light handling marks. Gun
        shows little use.

R223.   Winchester mod. 64A ser.# 3579752. 1972 production .30-30 lever action rifle with a 24” round barrel,
        a ¾ length tubular magazine, and a hamme r. 100% original. Correct sights. Excellent bore and action.
        98% factory blue with some unfortunate light pitting on the upper tang. Excellent plain walnut forearm
        and matching pistol grip stock. Correct swivel studs and an excellent butt plate.

R224.   Ruger mod. 10/22 ser.# 256-02209. Stan dard .22 semi auto. carbine with a detachable rotary
        magazine. Open sights. Blued metal. Plain birch stock. Gun is new in the box with papers and
        accessories.

R225.   Winchester mod. 94 ser.# 5037084. Ma de in 1982 but still new in the box! A .30-30 top eject lever
        action carbine with a tubular magazine, open sights, and a hammer. Blued metal. Plain walnut forearm
        and stock, with nice figure in the butt. Includes the pa pers. None better!




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R226.   Remington mod. 11-87 “Youth S portsman” ser.# TL067909. 20 ga. takedown semi auto shotgun with a
        21” barrel, vented rib, 3” cham ber and a screw in choke tube. Made before the new, lockable, action.
        Entire gun, metal and checkered synthetic forearm and stock, is factory “Break Up” cam ouflaged. Solid
        factory pa d to 12¾” pull. Gun is new in the box with all pa pers and accessories.

R227.   Browning mod. A-Bolt III ser.# 05726MR351. Beautiful grade 3, Ja panese made, bolt action rifle
        chambered in .300 Win. Mag. 26” octagon barrel made with out sights. Engraved receiver and hinged
        floor plate. Detachable magazine on the floor plate. Blued metal. Satin finished checkered walnut Monte
        Carlo stock with a cheek piece and contrasting wood fore -end tip an d pistol grip ca p. S olid factory pa d
        and QD sling swivels. Rifle is new in the box with all pa pers and accessories.

R228.   Winchester mod. 70 “Classic Ultimate Shadow” ser.# G3007296. New Haven, CT made bolt action.
        controlled roun d feed, rifle chambered in new .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum. 22 ” barrel made
        without sights. Hinged floor plate. All metal is satin finished stainless steel. Fully camouflaged “Dura
        Touch” synthetic stock with swivel studs and a solid rubber factory pa d. Rifle is new in the box with all
        pa pers and accessories.

R229.   Winchester mod. Super X II “Gra de I Hunter” ser.# 11BMN18429. A new in the box, takedown, 12 ga .
        semi auto. shotgun made by F.N. in Belgium and imported by Browning Arms. 28” barrel, ventilated rib,
        3” chamber, and 3 screw in choke tubes. Blued and black metal finish. Gloss finished checkered walnut
        forearm and stock with a factory solid pa d. Includes all pa perwork and accessories.

R230.   Winchester mod. 1895 ser.# 00998MW95A. A U.S. Repeating Arms Co., gra de I, .405 Win. lever action
        recreation of the original, made in Japan. Fixed box magazine. Tang safety. Roun d barrel made with
        open sights. Blued metal. Checkered walnut schnabel forearm and matching straight grip stock. Rifle is
        new in the box with all pa pers and accessories.


                                                Accessories
                                          April 10, 2010 Gun Sale
 300.   “Gun Guard” double long gun hard case.
 301.   (5) Soft long gun cases.
 302.   (5) Soft long gun cases.
 303.   (5) Soft long gun cases.
 304.   Box lot – Empty fired 12 ga. shotgun hulls and (750) .410 reloading wads.
 305.   Fine Crosman mod. 140 pump up .22 pellet rifle.
 306.   Crosman mod. 760 pump up BB or pellet rifle in box.
 307.   (4) New in the boxes Boyd‟s M-1 Garand stock with hand guards.
 308.   (2) Fine U.S. military rifle stocks – M-1 carbine with hand guard and 1903 without guard and (1) 1903
        Springfield rifle barrel.
 309.   MEC “Super Speeder” shot shell reloader.
 310.   Fine leather “leg o‟ mutton gun case.
 311.   Vintage Daisy #107 “Buck Jones” pump BB rifle – Complete, working, and in decent condition.
 312.   CH cartridge reloading press complete with .38 Spl. dies.
 313.   (5000) New Remington 209 shot shell reloading primers.
 314.   Bushnell 25X “Spacemaster” spotting scope with, 3 extra eyepieces, clamp on mount, and a large, upright
        weighted tripod and stand.
 315.   NIB Simmons 6.5-20X “Whitetail Classic” rifle scope.
 316.   NIB RWS “Diana” mod. 5 single shot German pellet pistol.
 317.   New/like new Daisy mod. 1200 C02 BB or pellet pistol, with accessories.
 318.   New/like new Ciener .22 conversion unit for a Glock 19 or 23 semi auto pistol.
 319.   Like new Ciener .22 conversion unit for the 1911A1 Colt style semi-auto. pistol
 320.   (3) Excellent reproduction Nazi daggers with sheaths.
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321.   New reproduction holster/stock and leather rig for “broom handle” Mauser pistol.
322.   (3) New black reproduction holsters for Luger and P-38 pistols.
323.   Tray lot – Ohaus “505” powder scale, RCBS “Little Dandy” powder measure, and a MEC shell s tacker.
324.   Tray lot – Reloading dies -- .380 ACP, 9mm, .45 ACP, .308 Win., and .222 Rem.
325.   (2) Full boxes RCBS case tumbler media.
326.   New, in the sealed box, MEC 600 Jr. shot shell reloader.
327.   NIB Hoppes “Expert‟s Bench Rest” and (2) sand bags.
328.   (10) Full boxes .410 shotgun shells.
329.   New MTM shooter‟s box.
330.   (2000) Rounds new Remington .22 LR ammunition.
331.   (2500) Rounds new Remington .22 LR ammunition.
332.   Tray lot – Assorted reloading primers.
333.   Tray lot – Assorted .22 ammunition, some collectible.
334.   Tray lot – Assorted 9mm Luger ammunition.
335.   Box lot – Widely assorted new and vintage shotgun shell reloading wads and several empty shot bags.
336.   (11) Boxes 12 ga. shotgun shells. CAUTION! RELOADS!
337.   (12) Boxes 12 ga. shotgun shells. CAUTION! RELOADS!
338.   (12) Boxes 12 ga. shotgun shells. CAUTION! RELOADS!
339.   Box lot – Full and partial bags lead shot.
340.   (3) New/like new “Gun Guard” handgun cases.
341.   (10) Boxes new Remington 12 ga. “International Target” shells.
342.   (10) Boxes new Remington 12 ga. “International Target” shells.
343.   (10) Boxes new Federal 28 ga. “Sporting Clays” shells.
344.   (10) Assorted boxes .410 shotgun shells.
345.   (16) Hard and soft cover gun, shooting, and related books.
346.   (19) Hard and soft cover gun, shooting, and related books.
347.   NIB Boyd‟s M-1 Garand stock, no hand guard.
348.   (2) Boxes fired empty 12 ga. shotgun shells and (1) box empty 12 ga. boxes.
349.   Vintage heavy cast iron Herters cartridge reloading press.
350.   Excellent Leupold Vari-X III 2.5-8X scope with rings.
351.   (12) Soft handgun cases.
352.   Large lot widely assorted new and fired empty brass.
353.   Box lot – Non-gun related small items and hardware.
354.   Extra fine U.S. Krag bayonet dated 1898, with scabbard.
355.   Extra fine U.S. 1903 “Pal” bayonet dated 1942, with scabbard.
356.   Fine serial numbered German Mauser bayonet coded S/174 with scabbard and moldy frog.
357.   Lot of (3) rather moldy hunting knives, with sheaths – Robeson, unknown, and U.S.N Mark I by Geneva
       Forging.
358.   Wooden ammo. box with (4) collectible Remington .22 gift sets.
359.   Box lot – Wooden box filled with .30-06 ammunition CAUTION! RELOADS! And several boxes empty
       fired „06 brass.
360.   Bag lot -- .22 LR ammunition.
361.   Tray lot -- .22 Mag. RF, .17 H.M.R. ammunition, .410 Shells, assorted air rifle pellets.
362.   Tray lot – Assorted .45 ACP ammunition.
363.   Tray lot – Assorted gun cleaning accessories.
364.   (6) M-1 carbine magazines, (1) AR-15 magazine, and a lot of stripper clips.
365.   Box lot – (8) New nylon holsters, (2) nylon holster belts, and (1) nylon magazine pouch.
366.   (2500-) Rounds .22 LR ammunition.
367.   (2500-) Rounds .22 L & LR ammunition.
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368.   Box lot – (2) Antique bullet moulds, (2) vintage percussion cap tins, and a ammunition box.
369.   (4) Vintage rifle sights (includes Redfield International Mark 8)
370.   (13) Assorted pistol magazines and (1) Remington 760 rifle magazine.
371.   Bag lot – Scope rings, lens caps, trigger locks, T-C contender tool, all in a trap shooter‟s pouch.
372.   Reproduction board stock, with iron, extra iron, grips, tool, and (2) magazines for an Artillery Luger
373.   Tray lot – Reloading manuals.
374.   New reproduction 1896 Mauser “broom handle” pistol stock and red “9” grips.
375.   Tray lot – Speed loaders, repro Luger magazines, stripper clips, hand warmer, machinists calipers,
       shooter‟s glasses, etc.
376.   Bag lot – Vintage and other gun parts.
377.   Tray lot -- .38 Spl. and .357 ammunition and shot capsules.
378.   New Thompson Center holster for a 10” Contender.
379.   (500) Rounds new CCI .22 LR “Pistol Match” ammunition, .32 ACP and .380 ACP ammunition.
380.   Tray lot -- .222 Rem. and .30-06 ammunition and brass. CAUTION! RELOADS!
381.   (6) Sets reloading dies -- .30 Luger, .308 Win., .222 Rem., and .30-06.
382.   Vintage Herter‟s and Lyman powder measures (2).
383.    Vintage Western hand trap in original box.
384.   Tray lot – 9mm Luger and .40 S&W ammunition and a bag of widely assorted loose cartridges.
385.   Tray lot -- .30 Carbine and .30 Luger annunition and a few loose shotgun shells.
386.   Tray lot – Turkey and crow calls, Jennings pistol box with clips, .50 cal. cartridge, vintage tins, old stone
       axe, cardboard PA hunting licenses, and other old paper.
387.   Vintage Weaver B6 .22 rifle scope, looks like new in the box.
388.   (3) New reproduction Luger holsters.
389.   Targets, plastic cartridge storage boxes, (2) sets shooter‟s ear muffs.
390.   Shooter‟s vest with patches, (2) black leather holsters, vintage canvas rifle cover, military ammo. pouches,
       trap shooter‟s bag, repro. U.S. canvas pouch, and a shooter‟s sand bag.
391.   Tray lot – Assorted reloading bullets.
392.   Tray lot – Assorted reloading bullets.
393.   Tray lot – M-1 Garand clips and .303 Brit.?? ammunition.
394.   Tray lot – Lee Auto Prime, vintage Redding powder scale, Forster case trimmer.
395.   Tray lot – New and used rifle slings, (3) leather holsters, gun sleeve, etc.
396.   Gatco knife sharpeners.
397.   Lee shell reloading hand tool and various shot shell reloading press accessories.
398.   Lot of small reloading accessories.
399.   (250) Rounds new imported .30 Luger ammunition.
400.   Daisy “Red Ryder” lever action BB rifle.
401.   (7) Boxes imported 9mm Luger ammunition in a soft handgun case.
402.   (4) New black basket weave Safariland leather holsters.
403.   20”, heavy, stainless steel rifle barrel, chambered in 6X47mm and threaded for??
404.   Large framed Charles Russell Western print.
405.   Framed and signed “Collector‟s Edition” “Winter Wonderland” print by Leo Stans, with coins and stamp
       of the National Parks Series.
406.   Framed big horned sheep picture.
407.   Harris folding rifle bipod.
408.   Six place wooden gun cabinet with glass door and bottom storage.
409.   Ten place wooden gun cabinet with two glass doors and bottom storage.
410.   Large collectibles display case.
411.   Japanese Tasco 20X50 binoculars in case.
412.   Tasco 7X35 and Mercury 7X35 binoculars.
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413.   French 8X26 and Japanese 7X35 binoculars.
414.   (7) Assorted Swiss Army style knives.
415.   (8) Assorted Swiss Army style knives.
416.   (4) Hunting and other knives in sheaths, includes Remington.
417.   (4) Large folding workman‟s knives.
418.   (12) Small assorted pocket knives.
419.   (12) Assorted medium size pocket knives.
420.   (4) Assorted Boy Scout knives.
421.   Nazi RZM M7/5 dagger with metal sheath.
422.   (2) Buck and (1) other folding knives.
423.   Marbles stag handled combination folding knife with small hatchet.
424.   (4) Soft long gun cases.
425.   Crosman mod. 66 pump up BB or pellet rifle.
426.   Crosman mod. 760 pump up BB or pellet rifle.
427.   Daisy mod. 1894 lever action BB rifle in original box.
428.   Tray lot – Assorted 12 ga. and .410 shotgun shells.
429.   Tray lot – Assorted 16 and 20 ga. shotgun shells.
430.   Tray lot – Assorted loose and boxed ammunition, .22 & .22 Mag. ammo., some collectible, .30-06 blanks
       in Garand clips.
431.   (2) Leather holsters and (4) belt buckles.
432.   Four place wall mounted gun rack with a storage drawer.
433.   Tray lot -- .243 and .30-30 ammunition.
434.   (2) 2007 soft cover gun books.
435.   1936, 1938, 1940, 1946, 1947, and 1957 PA hunting license tags.
436.   Excellent 1938, 1939, 1940, and 1941 PA fishing license badges.
437.   Excellent 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, and 1947 PA fishing license badges.
438.   Excellent 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, and 1954 PA fishing license badges.
439.   Fine 1922 county 36 cloth PA hunting license tag.
440.   Fine 1921 county 36 cloth PA hunting license tag.
441.   Fine 1920 county 36 cloth PA hunting license tag.
442.   Fine Montague “Redwing” 8 ½‟ split bamboo fly rod in aluminum tube.
443.   Plastic double side tackle box filled with excellent user fishing lures.
444.   Tray lot – Collectible and user fishing lures.
445.   Tray lot – Collectible fishing lures in boxes.
446.   Fine wooden tackle box with (2) vintage belt style worm boxes, and line.
447.   Vintage metal minnow bucket.
448.   (7) Vintage fresh and saltwater fishing rods.
449.   (1) Vintage saltwater fishing rod, (1) fine Fenwick 1 piece 6‟6” spinning rod, and (1) Fenwick graphite
       casting rod.
450.   (2) Plastic tackle boxes with user fishing lures.
451.   Gun Guard double long gun hard case.
452.   Protector double long gun hard case.
453.   (2) Large box lots – Empty plastic 12 ga. fired shells.
454.   Eagle fish finder.
455.   (4) Assorted freshwater spin and spin cast and (1) saltwater spinning, reels.
456.   (2) Metal tackle boxes partially filled with lures and small tackle.
457.   Gun cleaning kit, air soft pistol, Lee 9mm reloading dies, large box of BBs, and shooter‟s glasses.
458.    Metal mesh collapsible fish basket and a metal rod holder.
459.   U.S. Weaver 2.5-8X rifle scope with mount.
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460.   (28) Rounds antique 11mm Mauser ammunition in original Remington U.M.C. boxes.
461.   Fine slip top Peters “Target” 12 ga. shotgun shell box partially filled with assorted paper shells.
462.   Tray lot – Collectible ammunition in boxes and (1) empty box.
463.   Tray lot – Partially filled slip top box of Winchester 20 ga. “Repeater” shotgun shells and (3) partially
       filled boxes vintage .32-20 ammunition.
464.   (2) Antique round ball moulds, canvas takedown gun case, revolver grips, leather cartridge box.
465.   Vintage leather takedown leg „o mutton gun case, fair condition.
466.   Extra fine Ames U.S. “Light Artillery” sword with scabbard. A.D.K. inspected and dated 1863.
467.   Extra fine Ames NCO sword, no scabbard. J.F. inspected and dated 1865.
468.   (11) Boxes 16 ga. shotgun shells.
469.   (11) Full and partial boxes 16 ga. shells.
470.   Tray lot – (2) Chain stringers, soft lures, other lures and small tackle, monofilament line.
471.   Tray lot – (2) sinker moulds, fly tying vixe, fly tying accessories, fish gripper, 1967 PA hunting license.
472.   (4) Vintage Pflueger bait casting reels.
473.   (3) Vintage saltwater reels.
474.   (1) 300 Mitchell spinning reel, spools, and (3) vintage bait casting reels.
475.   (4) Vintage fly reels.
476.   Fine Quick spinning reel in original box and a fine Mitchell 308 spinning reel in box.
477.   Huge “American Fur And Trade” #6 toothed bear trap.
478.   Large Mackenzie #15 toothed bear/wolf trap.
479.   Large repro. broad sword on a display plaque.
480.   Darton compound bow, with attached accessories, in a zippered case.
481.   Bag lot toy guns, swords, and other weaponry.
482.   Tray lot – Widely assorted gun parts, bipod, strap, clips, etc.
483.   Unknown origin spike bayonet.
484.   Tray lot -- .308 Win. and 7.62X39mm ammunition and widely assorted loose ammunition.
485.   (384) Rounds .30-06 FMJ ammunition in Garand clips.
486.   (2000) Fired .38 Spl. brass.
487.   (500) Rounds 8X57mm FMJ ammunition.
488.   (500) Rounds .38 Spl. ammunition.
489.   (500) Rounds .38 Spl. ammunition.
490.   (600) Rounds .303 British FMJ ammunition.
491.   (500) Rounds mixed .308 Win. ammunition.
492.   (900+) Rounds .45 ACP ammunition.
493.   Box lot – Widely assorted loose ammunition.
494.   (5) Quality freshwater spinning and fly rods.
495.   (8) Assorted freshwater fishing rods.
496.   (5) Assorted freshwater fishing rods and (2) reels.
497.   (4) Vintage cane saltwater rods.
498.   (1) Fine Fenwick FF756 7½‟ fly rod and (1) fine Garcia 9‟ fly rod, both in tubes.
499.   (1) Vintage Heddon “President” bamboo/cane spinning rod and (1) vintage Horricks & Ibbotson
       bamboo/cane bait casting rod.
500.   Extra fine Heddon MKIV “Pal” fiberglass 7 ½‟ fly rod in tube.
501.   (1) Wright McGill pack rod and (1) vintage Wright McGill fiberglass spinning rod in original tube.
502.   (2) Plastic tackle boxes filled with lures, line, and small tackle.
503.   (3) Penn saltwater reels.
504.   (5) Freshwater bait casting reels.
505.   (3) Fly reels, (1) spin cast reel, and (1) vintage empty reel box.
506.   (4) Garcia and Pflueger freshwater spinning reels.
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507.   (2) Penn and (1) Ocean City saltwater reels.
508.   (3) Ocean City saltwater reels.
509.   Vintage un-signed wooden duck decoy.
510.   Very nice woven trapper‟s basket.
511.   (2) Fine wooden and (1) folding metal trout size landing nets.
512.   (3) Collectible wooden Creek Chub lures – two with boxes.
513.   Framed under glass collection of (20) PA and (1) NJ fishing license badges – all excellent, 1925 PA the
       oldest.
514.   (2) Soft long gun cases.
515.   (2) Wooden shotgun shell cases – Peters and Winchester.
516.   Tray lot – Small collection 1974 & ‟75 PA fising license badges, collectible percussion cap tins, and
       pellets, new box turkey call.
517.   Tray lot – Collectible fishing lures.
518.   (4) Collectible fishing lures in original boxes.
519.   Tray lot – Assorted shotgun shells, .22 and .22 Mag. ammunition, and assorted loose rifle ammunition.
520.   (1) vintage steel and (1) vintage bamboo multi piece pack rods.
521.   Unsigned wooden duck decoy.
522.   (7) Vintage pocket knives – Case, Kissing Cranes, Western, Camillus, Kabar.
523.   (1) NIB Queen hunting knife, (1) new Queen pocket knife, and (2) new Winchester pocket knives.
524.   (2) Vintage furnished lines with (5) old painted cork floats.
525.   Glass covered framed collection of sportsman‟s club badges.
526.   R.N.C. stamped wooden duck decoy signed “Capt. Harry Jobes”.
527.   Fine woven reed fishing creel with a leather pouch.
528.   Signed “Boyer”?? wooden duck decoy.
529.   Glass covered framed collection of (6) vintage Lowes spinner lures.
530.   Glass covered framed collection of (6) vintage Hendryx and Skinner spinner lures.
531.   Excellent new old stock Lowe “Celebrated Buffalo” spinner bait – large size 10.
532.   Signed 1988 Fred Wetzel print “Peregrine” 46/500.
533.   Signed 1988 Fred Wetzel print “The Chase” 46/500.
534.   1998 Derk Hanson 2nd Issue “Conservation Edition” print “Call Of The Wild”.
535.   (1)1944 Lynn Bogue Hunt duck print by Field & Stream and (1) original?? 1936 Hy Hintermeister print
       “In Golden Hunting Grounds”.
536.   Framed and signed 1989 H. Kelly Seibel “Blackwell Run” -- Alabama Ducks Unlimited artist of the year
       sponsor print.
537.   Framed Genesee Brewing Co. print “Taking The Fast Route” by Daniel Loge.
538.   Tray lot – Leather cartridge belts, steers horn, collectible slugs and primers, Anschutz .22 rifle clip.
539.   (4) Collectible reels – some in original boxes.
540.   (8) Assorted game calls.
541.   (6) Vintage Herter‟s game calls in original boxes.
542.   Lot of vintage wooden gun cleaning rods.
543.   (4) Vintage collectible fishing reels.
544.   Tray lot – Gun and knife price guides and vintage fishing tackle catalogs.
545.   (1) Unsigned cork duck decoy and (1) hand painted miniature duck decoy.
546.   Cortland 7½‟ fiberglass fly rod, Shakespeare 8” F.G. fly rod, and a vintage Heddon F.G. fly rod.
547.   (1) Fine Montague bamboo/cane fly rod and (1) fine unmarked bamboo/cane fly rod.
548.   (2) Like new fiberglass multi-piece pack rods.
549.   Wooden ammo. case filled with widely assorted shotgun shells.
550.   Large green Browning “Medallion” gun safe with combination lock.
551.   Tray lot – WW II era .30-06 (M2) armor piercing ammunition.
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552.    (1) Long gun and (1) handgun hard cases.
553.    M222 U.S. military guided missile launcher.
554.    LAWS rocket launcher.
555.    (2) U.S. military cots.
556.    U.S. military “camouflaged screen system”???
557.    Large foot locker filled with military clothing.
558.    Large military duffle bag filled with military pouches and a strap.
559.    (2) Fine U.S. military helmets with liners.
560.    Jet pilot‟s??? helmet wired for sound.
561.    (2) WW I era?? military helmets.
562.    (1) German?? and (1) Russian?? military hats.
563.    Fine WW II era German motorcyclist‟s??? helmet.
564.    Vintage metal military helmet with liner.
565.    (1) U.S. military helmet with liner and (1) vintage fiber helmet.
566.    (2) Red Nazi banners with swastika and (4) military patches.
567.    Tray lot – Assorted 9mm and .45 ACP ammunition and .32 S&W blanks.
568.    (2) Viet Nam era penlights, (1) WW II era penlight, and (1) German flashlight.
569.    (3) Nazi era belt buckles.
570.    (1) German “Iron Cross” and (2) Nazi era belt buckles.
571.    Metal military ammo. can partially filled with empty fired brass and 8mm Mauser and 7.62X54mmR
        ammunition.
572.    (11) Hard and soft cover military and gun related books.
573.    Very large Nazi banner with swastika.
574.    Olive drab military wool blanket and (2) gas masks.
575.    Larc Int. compressed air fired BB pistol.
576.    Large red Browning “Medallion” gun safe with combination lock.
577.    Fine bayonet, with scabbard, for mod. 1891 Argentine Mauser.
578.    (3) Like new leather holsters.
579.    (5) Soft long gun cases.
580.    (5) Soft long gun cases.
581.    (5) Soft long gun cases.
582.    Contico single long gun hard case.
583.    Box lot – Folding knife cases, recoil pad, small handgun case, and rifle slings.
584.    Box lot – Assorted nylon holsters.
585.    Box lot – Assorted leather holsters.
586.    BSA bore sighter, with all spuds, in case.
587.    Redfield 3-9X WA rifle scope.
588.    (3) Single/double handgun hard cases.
589.    Barska 3-9X rifle scope and Barska 7X35 binoculars.
590.    Sans & Streiff 7X50 binoculars in case.
591.    Box lot – Widely assorted leather and nylon gun/rifle slings.
       CAUTION! THE FOLLOWING AMMO. MAY CONTAIN RELOADS!
592.    Tray lot – Assorted .30-06, .270 Win., and .32 Spl. ammunition.
593.    Tray lot -- .30-30, .223, .250 Sav., .303 Sav., and .35 Rem. ammunition.
594.    Tray lot -- .300 Sav., 6mm Rem., and .243 Win. ammunition.
595.    Tray lot -- .44-40, .32-20, .223 WSSM, and widely assorted loose, ammunition and shells.
596.    Tray lot -- .32 ACP, .32 S&W, .32 LC, .25 ACP, and 10mm ammunition.
597.    Tray lot – 9mm, .38 S&W, and .357 ammunition.
598.    Tray lot – Assorted 12 ga. shotgun shells.
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599.   Tray lot – Assorted 12 ga. shotgun shells.
600.   Tray lot – Assorted 20 ga. shotgun shells.
601.   Tray lot – Assorted .410 shells, 12, 20, and .410 slugs, buckshot, and turkey loads.
602.   (2500 + or -) Rounds .22 RF ammunition.
603.   Tray lot – Large amount .22 RF ammunition.
604.   Tray lot -- .44 Mag., .44 Spl., and widely assorted loose ammunition.
605.   Tray lot – Assorted 16 ga. shotgun shells.
606.   Tray lot – Assorted .22 & .22 Mag. RF ammunition and blanks.
607.   Tray lot – Assorted .38 Spl. ammunition.
608.   Bag lot – Assorted rifle magazines.
609.   Large lot – Gun cleaning rods and accessories.
610.   Tray lot – Assorted gun locks.
611.   Tray lot – Widely assorted gun and non-gun small items.
612.   Plastic parts bin filled with scope mounts, gun parts, etc.
613.   Tray lot – Assorted fired brass.
614.   Tray lot – Assorted rifle and gun slings.
615.   Box lot – Assorted rifle and gun slings.
616.   Box lot – Cartridge and shell holders, nylon and leather holsters, scope caps, recoil pads, soft handgun
       cases, and long gun sleeves.
617.   Box lot – Targets, shooter‟s ear muffs, (2) trap shooter‟s bags.
618.   Wooden gun display box, plastic parts bin, plastic ammo. storage boxes.
619.   (4) Vintage small diameter rifle scopes.
620.   NIB Simmons 3-9X rifle scope.
621.   Outers “Varminter” rifle rest.
622.   Beretta gun cleaning kit and a bag lot of shotgun choke tubes.
623.   (1) Tasco and (1) Redhead 3-9X rifle scopes.
624.   Bag lot – Rhodes turkey call and several boxes collectible ammunition.
625.   (12) Folding and pocket knives.
626.   (3) Hunting knives in sheaths and (1) folding knife.
627.   (5) Folding knives in sheaths and box.
628.   (1) Remington and (1) Puma folding knives.
629.   Box lot – Gun and knife books and catalogs, gun paper, old H&R revolver box.
630.   Tray lot – Vintage gun parts, a metal box filled with knife cases and sharpening stones, compact
       binoculars, and a vintage binocular case.
631.   Stack-On metal gun safe.




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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. Federal law states that in order to
be considered a Curio and Relic, the gun must be essentially original. It cannot be altered
or modified in anyway. 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.




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