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Ethan Allen & Co. Third Model 32 Sidehammer .32 Rimfire $525

Rimfire Revolver

3 7/8" octagon barrel with brass blade front sight . 6-Shot cylinder

measuring 1 3/16" long. Scroll engraved iron frame. Mother-of-pearl grips.

Last patent date July 3, 1860. Mfd ca 1862. No finish, but engraving still

crisp. In good reproduction wooden case with Colt flask, a tin of Eley

percussion caps and some cast bullets.


Belgian Browning Baby .25ACP $650

2 1/8" barrel. Black hardrubber grips. Mfd 1961. 99%blue.


DWM 1906 Swiss Cross-in-Shield .30 Luger $2,450


Slim 4 3/4" barrel. Blade front and fixed notch rear sights, with the "DWM"

monogram on the toggle link and a Swiss Cross on a striped shield on the

chamber. Checkered walnut grips. Correct wood-bottom magazine with metal

disk. Grip safety. GELADEN extractor. Unblued area beneath safety lever

when in safe position. All matching numbers, including grips. 99%blue. 75%

straw. Fine bore.


Heckler & Koch P7-M13 9mm $3,250

4" polygonal-rifled barrel with cartridge-gripping chamber. Fixed, three-dot

sights. Ambidextrous magazine release. Textured black plastic grips.

Diabolically well engineered with gas-buffered blowback, fixed barrel and

squeeze-cocking action: every pull of the trigger is single-action. Finger-rest

triggerguard. Cocking indicator. Lanyard loop. In the original box with test

target, papers and spare magazine. Mfd 1984. 99%+blue.


High Standard Model 102 Supermatic Trophy .22 Long Rifle $750

6 3/4" barrel with side-grooves for barrel weights and with detachable

muzzlebrake stabilizer. Checkered brown plastic medallion grips. Grooved

front and rear gripstraps. Trigger stop and trigger pull adjustment. Rear

sight mounted to rear of slide and adjustable for windage and elevation.

Mfd ca 1959. 98% high-gloss blue.


Remington Double Derringer .41 Rimfire $595

3" Over & under barrels, marked on top: E. Remington & Sons. Ilion. N.Y. /

Elliot's Patent Dec. 12th 1865. With extractor. Checkered black hardrubber

grips. Sound, uncracked hinge. Mfd between 1870 - 1888. Traces of original



Remington Rand Experimental 1911A1 US Army .45 ACP $6,975

5" blued barrel, marked HS [High Standard]. Remington Rand Inc / Syracuse

N.Y. U.S.A. on left side of un-numbered slide. Late Keyes Fibre checkered

brown plastic grips with reinforcing rings and strengthening ribs. Parkerized

small parts. Checkered hammer; striated slide stop. Lanyard loop mainspring

housing. Full-blue magazine stamped S on the toe. Serial number ERRS81

on right side of frame refers to "Experimental Remington Rand", one of fewer

than 100 pistols used to test various processes and finishes for production.

No other markings whatsoever. Mfd 1943. 95% parkerized. Bright, crisp bore.


Remington Rand 1911A1 US Army .45 ACP $2,650

5" barrel. FJA inspected. Checkered hammer. Lanyard loop mainspring

housing. Keys checkered brown grips. Shaver mfd magazine. Mfd 1943.

Virtually new.


Walther P-38 ac43 9mm $1,895

5" barrel. Striated dark brown bakelite grips. Eagle/359 Nazi proofs. All

matching numbers. Un-numbered magazine, stamped P38 on bottom left.

98%blue. Excellent bore. S/N 1711d


Walther P-38 ac44 9mm $1,895

5" barrel. Striated brown bakelite grips. Eagle/359 Nazi proofs. All matching

numbers. Magazine proofed Eagle/83. 98%blue. Very good bore. S/N 4170


P. Webley & Son "WG" Target Model .450/.455 $3,450

7 1/2" octangular barrel with nickel-silver blade front sight and adjustable

rear sight. Checkered hammer, trigger and stirrup latch. Square butt with

checkered walnut grips. Lanyard loop. 95%blue.


P. Webley & Son 1895 WG Target .450/.455 $7,850

7-1/2" octangular barrel. Adjustable rear sight. Square butt with checkered

walnut grips and lanyard ring. High-polish blue finish. Nickel-plated front

sight protector. In maker's oak case with pivoting hook closure, circular

medallion on lid, lined in blue baize and with oak partitions, cartridge block

with 6 expended cases, ebony handled turnscrew, cleaning rod, crystal oil

bottle, and with horn knobbed covered compartment containing the key.

From the Dr. John and Margaret Pickup Collection, Tasmania. With Webley

Revolver license number 595309 in favor of R. S. Berry, being property of

Transvaal Horse Artillery". Enclosed is 1954 South African pistol license.

Excellent condition, retaining approx 90% original lustrous blue overall,

nicely silvered on sharp edges, with some minor flaking. Major loss is at rear

grip strap with some at front strap in front of trigger guard bow. Hammer

and ejector mechanism retain nearly all of their original bright polish. Bore is

excellent, bright and shiny throughout. Action is crisp. Grips are lightly

worn. Sight protector is excellent. Case is excellent, retaining nearly all its

original exterior varnish with some minor stains. Interior cloth is very fine

with some marks and slight soiling. Accessories are good, oil bottle dark

with congealed oil.


Webley & Scott 1908 Semi-Automatic 7.65mm $1,250

3 1/2" round barrel with blade front sight. Checkered black hardrubber grips.

Serrated hammer and safety. Right side of slide marked Manufacture

Francaise d'Armes & Cycles de Sainte-Etienne. 90%blue. With unmarked

period brown leather flap holster.


Webley & Scott 1910 Semi-Automatic .380 ACP $1,250

3 1/2" round barrel with blade front sight. Checkered black hardrubber grips.

Serrated hammer and safety. Nickel plated magazine. 95%blue.


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