NEW PIECES IN: A.H. FOX STERLINGWORTH SHOTGUN, SAVAGE MODEL 720 WW2 TRAINING SHOTGUN, SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE, 1899 KRAG CARBINE, MANY M1 CARBINES, INCLUDING AN ORIGINAL M1A1 PARATROOPER MODEL, N.O.S. 10 PACKS OF M1 CARBINE MAGAZINES (ALL DIFFERENT MAKERS!), N.O.S. THOMPSON CLEANING RODS AND BRUSHES, THOMPSON OILERS, LOTS OF ORIGINAL 1911/1911A1 PARTS, S&W VICTORY MODEL, ETC.! LOT'S OF STUFF NOT CURRENTLY LISTED!!!
I started collecting Militaria when I was 8 years old. I have had a passion for it ever since. I bought all the reference books I could find and pored over them for years until the internet came along and widened my spectrum. I started collecting guns at 12 and by age 16 had amassed a collection of 44! I started doing my own gunsmithing, but was always very interested by the markings. Having a photographic memory, I have been able to retain the most minute details of the collecting world. My specialties are the M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, and the 1911 and 1911A1. But my broad knowledge of all countries Military arms and equipment have led me to want to help others with the same passion, find and finally own that prize they have wanted since they were a kid, or the discerning collector looking to add that special piece to their collection.
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For sale is an original Springfield Armory Model 1899 Carbine chambered in .30-40 Krag (still readily available). Ser# 230137 was built in 1899 and is one of the first 8,000 made out of 139,647 made. These were made in the serial range of 222609-362256. The carbine features a blade front sight on a high stud and folding rear sight graduated from 7 to 20 on the ladder and to 6 on base. There is a C on the ladder. This is early, so it has the Model 1896 sight and hand guard. Both were updated in 1901 on newer production carbines. Standard left side receiver markings. Mounted with a straight grip half stock with hand guard that has hump with a groove for the sight, a single barrel band, and curve toed steel buttplate with a trapdoor compartment. The left side of the stock is stamped with a cartouche dated 1899 and a circled script "P" is behind the trigger guard. The cartouche is light but there. The carbine is in very good condition overall. The bore and rifling are nice and clean and this will make a great shooter. There are 1898 Model carbines out there, but you can never be sure they were built by SA as most were hacked down by "Bubba" or the NRA years ago (the NRA converted thousands for civilian sales decades ago). The 1899 was only made in a carbine (or constabulary carbine, which is a short rifle. Whole different animal), so you can be sure it is an original.
$950.00 plus actual shipping
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In 1978 Colt returned the Ace Service Model to its line-up in an updated version with Gold Cup sights and cosmetics. These were made from 1978 to 1982, and serial numbered in the range of SM-14001 to SM-43830. A few late guns had the serial number with a letter rather then S.M. Approximately 30,000 were made. The Service Model Ace had a floating chamber and an "SM" prefix, while the true "Ace" was a blowback and had no prefix and were a tribute to the Pre-WW2 and WW2 Colt Service Model Ace. Pistol is in 98+% condition. No idea who did the engraving. I don't believe it is factory, but have not lettered it to find out. The grips are real Sambar Stag that haven't been imported since 1996 into the U.S. The box and paperwork are original but the box is numbered a few hundred lower than the pistol. The 2 original Colt mags have different markings. Must go to an 01 FFL or better. NOT C&R eligible.
$1,275.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a British Brown Bess Pattern 1793, otherwise called an India Pattern Type 1. It was originally designed for the British East India Company, EIC, as a less expensive alternative to the then standard 1777S in use by regular British forces. With the outbreak of war with France in 1793, the British Government was short of arms for their rapidly growing army and began to buy finished arms of this pattern from EIC inventories. Eventually since most of the British arms makers were already producing this model in their shops; the Government adopted it as well. It was superseded in 1809 by the India Pattern Type 2, which is nearly identical except for a reinforced flint cock and a larger and deeper pan cavity to hold more powder. Both types were used in the Napoleonic Wars as well as the War of 1812 here in America. In fact, they stayed in service until the end of the flintlock era. Some people have suggested the brand on the left cheek piece suggests it might have been used by a Canadian regiment at one time. If it were all there, we would know for sure (great detective project for the Historian out there!). This could be fired if you spent more time cleaning it. It is solid and the lock works excellent. ANTIQUE. NO FFL NEEDED UNLESS THAT IS THE LAW IN YOUR STATE! I WILL REQUIRE A COPY OF YOU ID TO DETERMINE THAT YOU ARE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD.
$1,275.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Steyr built K98. It is marked bnz 43. This rifle was built in 1944, probably April-May timeframe as a guess. Barrel is from Sauer and was supplied to Steyr after the bombing of the factory in Feb-April 1944. This is an SS contract rifle. So called due to the SS overseeing production and using slave labor in the concentration camps to build these. The single SS rune on the bottom of the barrel, the lack of waffenampts and the 3 digit serial number with no letter code, and the bolt only having the serial numbers where they are, are the indicators in this. The fabled “Death’s Head” SS rifles are fiction only. The real SS rifles were not marked where you could see them. This is an item of some controversy, but factory files were found in the Steyr plant that give actual evidence. As far as the condition of the rifle, it has been buffed and reblued with a high polish shine. The extractor on the bolt has been jeweled. The bolt itself chromed or nickeled. The numbers match on the rifle in the places they should. The bands are un-numbered as is correct. The stock was replaced with a Yugo rework K98 laminated stock. The rear hand guard “hood” on the rear of the rear sight has been ground off (as was typical of bring back Veteran owned sporterized K98 rifles), but you can put a hand guard on and with a little JB weld it will stay in place (again, you are not going to hurt the value!) The bore and rifling are in great condition and this will make a nice shooter. An SS contract rifle for under $2,500.00 that you can shoot and not worry about hurting the collectability, while still having the history!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is an original M1921/C96 “Bolo” Mauser pistol in caliber 7.63mm/ .30 Mauser. It is all matching except the floor plate. The floor plate serial number is 936 numbers lower. It can’t be seen when installed on the pistol. The Bolo has been refinished and there is light pitting in a few places (nothing that makes any difference in function). It functions as it should. I added a new Wolff 10% + power, recoil spring (the original is included, as is a new 10%+ power firing pin spring that I did not install). It is supposed to add a little extra power so the gun functions better. I have NOT fired this pistol, but as far as function, it operates as it should. The magazine spring seems to have good function. The grips are in excellent shape and are serial numbered to the pistol. The original lanyard ring is there. This pistol is all original and correct (except the different ser# floor plate as stated, which is an original part but different #). It is actually a great looking gun that presents very nicely and the markings are excellent. NO IMPORT MARKS! The best part is the bore and rifling. These are usually shot out and you have to reline them at a huge cost, or if you find one with excellent rifling it costs a small fortune. The bore and rifling are in great condition on this and it should make a great shooter! Nice piece for low money. I will throw in 30 rounds of original August 1904 dated ammo (all on original stripper clips, plus a complete original box and partial box), and 10 rounds of Remington UMC ammo with the top of an original box. This most likely can still be fired (it is corrosive), but probably should only be used as display ammo and boxes. This ammo is very expensive when it can be found!
NOTE: NEVER USE TOKAREV AMMO IN A C96! ALTHOUGH IT WILL FIT, FUNCTION AND FIRE, IT IS TOO HOT AND WILL ACCELERATE THE WEAR ON YOUR GUN QUICKLY ESPECIALLY THE BORE) CONTRARY TO WHAT SOME “EXPERTS” CLAIM ON THE INTERNET!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a 1941 Enfield No.2 Mk.1* revolver in caliber .38/200 (.38 S&W). This is what they called the "Tanker" model due to the bobbed hammer as it didn't snag on things in tight spaces. These were issued to Tank crews a lot. The firing pin is fully intact on this and it WILL fire! The pistol has all matching numbers to include the frame, barrel and cylinder. Original grips. Lanyard ring is intact. All markings are there and correct. The .38 marking on the barrel is under the band of yellow paint (more about that in a minute). The revolver functions correctly, although not like brand new as you would expect from a used WW2 revolver. But it times right and the cylinder moves into battery with each pull of the trigger. It also locks up pretty tight (checking with the trigger pulled, the cylinder is pretty well locked up as it should be). The revolver is surprisingly light and the trigger pull is actually very good and not heavy like you would think. The bore and rifling are in very good condition. The cylinders are clean. Finish is Suncorite which was applied at FTR'ing (rebuild or refurb program)
This revolver is marked DP and UNSERV. That stands for Drill Purpose and UNSERVICEABLE. Now, I will say that a lot of firearms taken off the line for drill purposes were in fact worn out. BUT, a lot were ALSO just taken out because of a huge shortage of drill weapons availability. This certainly seems to be the case here, as the revolver functions as it should and is in pretty good condition overall. Also, most WARTIME DP marked firearms were NOT made inoperable. AFTER the war, they typically welded rifles barrels closed and bolts and ground firing pins off. The band of white paint is not always found on these revolvers but is a nice touch to have. The yellow stripe on the barrel means that it is safe to fire. If it was a green stripe, the weapon would be perfect. The yellow is one notch below the green. Good to go but not a perfect piece. At any rate, this is a very cool piece and a necessity to any British WW2 OR Post War collection! One just like this recently sold on Armslist for $800. Another is listed on a huge collector firearms site for $995! Note: Let's use common sense here guys. Someone emailed me telling me of the perils of lawsuits from people firing "unserviceable" guns and getting hurt. As with ANY C&R weapon, this should be checked out first by a COMPETENT gunsmith before firing. Let's let common sense prevail in this day and age for once! It's cheap enough so you can shoot it single action only if you have to!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is an Irwin-Pedersen M1 Carbine. Rear sight is a reproduction and barrel is a correct Underwood, but not as used by Irwin Pedersen (that barrel had the proof P 6" from the muzzle, this has it 4" away as was used by all other manufacturers). Here's one of the hardest WWII M1 Carbines to locate. This carbine has an Irwin-Pedersen marked receiver and was assembled by Saginaw S'G' (Grand Rapids) in 1943. It appears to have been partially restored. The barrel is original to the receiver and correctly marked Underwood and dated 6-43 (Underwood supplied most of the barrels used on I-P carbines). The receiver, barrel, and many of the parts appear to have their original finish. All of the parts are also correctly Irwin-Pedersen or S'G'. There are NO import markings however there is an MR (Mt. Rainier) rework stamp on the left side of the sanded stock. Overall condition is very good. No rust or pitting. The mechanics appear to be in good working order and the bore is in very good shape with bright, sharp rifling and a good muzzle erosion reading of 2. This carbine comes with a WWII sling, oiler, and type 1 15-round magazine. A decent example of a hard to find M1 Carbine with only about 1/10th of 1% of all carbines made being Irwin-Pedersen.
RECEIVER- Ser# 1778577. Refinished. Has light rear sight stake marks. Has correct locator hole.
STOCK- Type 2, cut down to low wood, Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IR-IP in sling well. VERY faint (ghost) of the circled proof firing P on the heel. MR (Mount Rainier) tiny stamp above sling well. Fairly rare rebuild stamp. No cracks anywhere. Has a chunk missing and filled in (no clue if it was depot done). RARE in any case AND PROBABLY WORTH $1000 EVEN IN THIS CONDITION.
HAND GUARD- Type 2. Saginaw S'G' marked RSG. No cracks.
RECOIL PLATE- Type 2. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP-W
BUTT PLATE- Irwin-Pedersen. Marked PM-IP.
BARREL- Underwood dated 6-43. Refinished. Gas block in excellent condition. Muzzle gauges 2. Bore and rifling are nice. Light pitting in front half of rifling. Does not impact accuracy.
BOLT- Type 2. Saginaw S'G'. Marked as such on right lug.
FIRING PIN- Type 1. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP.
EXTRACTOR- Type 3. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP-W.
TRIGGER HOUSING- Type 2. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP with flaming bomb double stamped.
HAMMER- Type 2 Version 2 or 2A "Doglaeg". Irwin-Pedersen/ Saginaw S'G'. Marked S'G' and 2.
TRIGGER- Type 2. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP. Has a stamped word on top side )not visible when in rifle).
SAFETY- Type 2. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked IP-W
SEAR- Type 1. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked SW-IP.
MAGAZINE CATCH- Type 2A or Type 2, 2nd Version. Marked IP-W.
SLIDE- Type 3. Irwin-Pedersen/Saginaw S'G'. Marked S'G' and flaming bomb.
REAR SIGHT- Type 1. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked B-IP on base. Leaf not marked. Saginaw S'G' did use an unmarked leaf. This is a reproduction.
FRONT SIGHT- Type 1. Milled. Saginaw S'G'. Marked N with the number 7 on the left side.
BARREL BAND- Type 1A or Type 1, 2nd Version. 2 weld. No markings as per Irwin-Pedersen AND Saginaw S'G'.
SLING- NO SLING INCLUDED!
OILER- Correct IS marked for Irwin-Pedersen/ Saginaw S'G'. They both used these as well as others.
MAGAZINE- Type 1. Irwin-Pedersen. Marked UP.
I CONSULTED WITH CARBINE EXPERTS ON THE GENUINENESS OF THE PARTS / CARTOUCHES / STAMPS ON THIS CARBINE AND BELIEVE ALL PARTS TO BE GENUINE EXCEPT THE BARREL (WHICH IS ORIGINAL BUT NOT CORRECT) AND REAR SIGHT. IN TODAY’S AGE OF FAKED STAMPS, IT’S HARD TO FIND AN IRWIN PEDERSEN WITH GENUINE PARTS. IN THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, I HAVE SEEN SEVERAL IP CARBINES SELL ON AUCTION SITES WITH FAKED PARTS FOR MANY THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE HERE.
$ 5,500.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Springfield Armory Model 1884 Carbine. This is an all original carbine in caliber .45-70 (black powder or Cowboy Action loads ONLY). The designation, Model 1884, is somewhat nebulous. The changes that are associated with the model all occurred before or after 1884. For example, the trigger associated with the model is serrated, that change occurred in 1883. Likewise, the Buffington rear sight was not perfected for the gun until 1885. Also, the breech block which is dated "1884" did not appear on guns until 1887. So, there were no obvious changes that occurred with the beginning of 1884. However, the Buffington rear sight is the one item that collectors associate with the model. It should be said that marksmen found the sight to be excellent, but troops found it to be an obstruction. The Model 1884 carbine has the same changes. However, because the rear sight could be easily damaged when taken in and out of the carbine boot, a rear sight guard was made as part of the barrel band. It was designated the Model 1890 Rear Sight Protector. Both the rifle and the carbine can be found with a milled front sight cover or with one of several snap-on covers. Several versions of the Model 1883 cover were made for the rifle and the carbine. Some were stamped with a letter, ("R" or "C") denoting rifle or carbine, but most were unmarked. This carbine does not have a cover. This is the last year that carbines were made (some were re-issued later, but no more made after 1889). There were 5,000 carbines made in 1889. Some of these were used in the tail end of the Indian wars. It DOES have the original Carbine Buffington rear sight. It is marked with a C (Buffington RIFLE sights were marked with an R). The stock has a decent 1889 cartouche. It is also in very good condition with no breaks anywhere. The rifling and bore are in OK antique condition. I suspect they will both clean up better with a few shots fired. It gets the crud out! The butt plate is rusty and the little door is frozen shut. Needs to be soaked in penetrating oil for a week. This is a cheap way to get into an original Trapdoor Carbine that you can not feel bad about shooting.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is an Ithaca 1911A1 WW2 rebuild. Ser# 897050. It was shipped on August 30, 1943 to the Commanding Officer of the Ordnance Depot, Nixon, New jersey. It was sent right to the piers for transport to Europe! There were 100 extra magazines shipped in that case as well. I have a copy of the original shipping manifest for this exact pistol. It's a picture, but came from the original shipping records. You can print it out. This pistol was rebuilt at Rock Island Arsenal. The RIA stamp is on the right side of the pistol as per usual. The serial number stamping is an anomaly on this Ithaca. The ser# was stamped at an angle. Ser#898637 is an anomaly also. It has the United States Property stamped at an angle. These are two examples (along with Ser#892324, that has very crude machining on the frame and slide) that show how much Ithaca had trouble getting their act together in the start. They did however, manage to produce some very fine pistols after the quirks were worked out.
The slide is from a WW2 Colt that was shipped to the Transportation Officer, Springfield Armory on June 28, 1943 in a shipment of 2,000 pistols. The firing pin stop has a ghost image of the serial number, meaning that it is correct and original to the slide.
The barrel is from a commercial 1911 Colt pistol from 1919-1923 I believe. It has all the right characteristics and most likely came from another Military/Commercial pistol that was being rebuilt at the time. The serial number 27387 is stamped and Colt did that on some of their pistols at rebuild. It has the correct font and style to be the work of Colt. The bore and rifling have some pitting, but should clean up better with some shooting. I have shot barrels like this and they are still pretty accurate. AS AN ASIDE, I will include a WW2 (correct for this rebuild era) Springfield Armory replacement barrel with correct markings (i.e. the heat lot on the side of the chamber), for an extra $60.00, ONLY TO THE BUYER! This barrel is all original and in 90+% condition. Here are pics of THAT barrel: https://imgur.com/a/UoQF1bO
The grips are the correct reinforced back, small reinforcing ring, Keyes grips for Ithaca, US&S and Remington Rand. This type was used on the 2nd and third types of these pistols. The magazine is a Military 1950's or 60's replacement that would be correct for the rebuild era.
The finish is some kind of greenish tint, oil finish type of paint or coating. It MAY clean right off and reveal the original arsenal finish underneath, but it actually looks pretty good and matches well.
A decent representative WW2 rebuild, with some very cool history, at an affordable price.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
ADD $60.00 FOR THE EXTRA WW2 BARREL
German Model 1898 A.a. old pattern WW1 bayonet. Early WW1 model as it does not have the flash guard on the top side of the grips. It is NOT a cut down model, but I can't find any markings. Made by Erfurt (same company that made your WW 1 Luger) most likely. Scabbard is correct for earlier version (M1898) model too. Grips are in great condition. Nice example of an early war bayonet.
$125.00 plus actual shipping to the lower 48 states. AK & HI extra.
French Model 1886/16 Lebel bayonet with scabbard. 20 1/2" long cruciform blade. Brass grips. This is a rare transitional model as the quillion was supposed to be cut off as the grips were changed to brass from the original German silver metal. Rare model not seen very often. Serial number is 10035 ON THE QUILLION. 78798 (the best I can tell) ON THE SCABBARD. These were not factory matched at time of issue. I see these listed at $225-$275.00
$99.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Beretta Italian BM-59 Folding Alpine Paratrooper Stock. Not sure of actual manufacturer. Stock markings are good. No cracks and in nearly new condition. There are 4 digits scratched into the grip on one side. Possible last four digits of the ser#? These bring big bucks on Ebay. Doing a search shows one going for $700 in 2015. This would make a great addition to your BM-59 rifle!
$695.00 plus actual shipping
Here is an original WW2 S&W Victory Revolver frame and barrel. The frame is a fall 1942 serial number. Threads are very good and not buggered up. Markings are very clear. Has the GHD on the bottom (Guy H. Drewery, inspector at Springfield Armory at this time). Barrel is a late summer 1942 date. I believe it is close to N.O.S.. It has EXCELLENT rifling and bore. Little dirt at the end of the muzzle from storage but shiny new inside and out. Original finish on both parts. The frame will require an 01 FFL or better as it is only a frame and not a complete pistol. Great opportunity to replace a buggered up frame and/or barrel! NO IMPORT MARKS!
$150 plus actual shipping FOR THE PAIR
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For sale is a full top end for a late Remington UMC 1911. The slide would be correct for pistols in the +/- 20,000 production at ser# 21676. The rest of the parts are correct throughout production. All are original Rem.UMC parts. These are from a destroyed pistol that was parts salvaged many years ago. If you know Remington UMC, then you know how hard it is to find good condition, original finish parts. This was because the finish was so delicate (akin to the Colt "Black Army" finish). Many of these pistols have pitting. A lot of that is due to Navy issued sidearms. The salt water spray ate at them. It's not uncommon to see "rust" in the finish of the pistol (also in the metal, but in the finish itself). The barrel still retains rifling and will shoot ok. Again, as most collectors know, barrel condition does not count very much anymore. These are not shot. Most of the collectors just want to see proper markings and many do not even care if it has the correct barrel. They are more concerned with the slide/frame. Unless it's a piece worth several thousand dollars it just doesn't seem to matter as much (some of us are spoiled though! lol). Anyway, this will complete a UMC frame and give you a complete pistol.
$900.00 plus actual shipping
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Original WW2 Ithaca 1911A1 slide. Correct for MOST Ithaca 1911A1 pistols after ser# 1,279,673. Excellent original condition. Burnishment shows on proof P on top.
SLIDE: SOLD! plus actual shipping
Remington 1903A3 mid-Late WW2 stock. Has cross bolts. In excellent shape. Cartouches are very good and readable. Buttplate and sling swivel are there. Someone cut off the last little piece of the stock. I had it checked and it can be fixed fairly easily with pins and small piece of wood. CHEAP for a fixer stock with original cartouches in great condition!
$SOLD plus actual shipping
ORIGINAL WW2 GERMAN SNIPER SCOPE CASE- NAMED!
This is an original German WW2 Sniper Scope Case that has the soldier's name written inside, " J.D. JOLY". Excellent shape with just one tear in one of the small leather strap rings. Very cool piece!
$150.00 plus actual shipping
For sale is a lot of 5 N.O.S. (New Old Stock) 1945 M1 Carbine belt pouches. These are in mint condition. Used to hold 2 15 round mags. Can be used for holding M1 Garand enbloc clips as well. These usually sell for $40 each.
$150/LOT plus actual shipping
Used for sighting the 37mm Anti-Tank gun that you see Willys MB/ Ford GPW jeeps hauling around. Has the claw mount. Optics are clear but have specs in the glass. The sight inside is clear and visible.
$60.00 shipped to the lower 48 states. AK & HI extra.
US M86F Telescope used as a sighting device for the 57mm Recoilless Rifle. In the upper section of the reticle are the the numbers 57 - M306 this stands for 57mm Recoiless rifle - M306 High Explosive round.
$80.00 shipped in the lower 48 states. AK & HI extra.
Swedish AG42/B Ljungman Maintenance kit. Kit is in nice shape. It is missing a part, so I have marked it down accordingly.
$25 shipped in the lower 48 states. AK& HI extra.
A True Part Of US History. After Retirement Captain Isaac Winter Heysinger of Pennsylvania's 19th Cavalry developed a gravity knife. Nov 11 th. 1884 I.W. Heysinger was approved and issued Patent No. 307,767 The knife has a brass frame and Ebony wood handles. The knife was made so that the blades could be easily changed. The patent lists five different styles of blades. I.W. Heysinger was a genius with this model for sure.
Pat No. 307,767 Nov 11 th. 1884
Captain I.W. Heysinger was a Civil War Captain in The 19th Cavalry of Pennsylvania.
Captain I.W. Heysinger was in the Antietam and the Maryland and Virginia campaigns of 1862.
Blade Length: 2"
Closed Length: 3 3/8"
Overall Length: 5 3/8"
Captain I.W. Heysinger also was a writer:
[X-Info] Heysinger, Isaac W. (Isaac Winter), b. 1842: Antietam and the Maryland and Virginia campaigns of 1862 from the government records--Union and Confederate--mostly unknown and which have now first disclosed the truth; approved by the War department, by Captain Isaac W. Heysinger. (New York, The Neale publishing company, 1912)
[X-Info] Heysinger, Isaac W. (Isaac Winter), b. 1842: The scientific basis of medicine. (Philadelphia, Boericke & Tafel, 1897)
[X-Info] Heysinger, Isaac W. (Isaac Winter), b. 1842: Solar energy; its source and mode throughout the universe, by I. W. Heysinger ... (Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott conpany, 1901)
[X-Info] Heysinger, Isaac W. (Isaac Winter), b. 1842: The source and mode of solar energy throughout the universe. (Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott company, 1895)
These sometimes bring $450.00 in lesser condition!
$325.00 plus actual shipping
FRENCH MAS 49/56 MAGAZINES IN CALIBER 7.5 FRENCH. These magazines appear to be N.O.S. (New Old Stock). Perfect condition.
$45.00 each or BOTH for $80.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale are 2 WW2 Remington Rand Type 3 slides. Both have been refinished. They look like the CMP 1911a1 release pistols parkerizing. The use of these overlapped with the Type 2 slides from ser#1,000,000 to the end of Type 2 production, and these were then used extensively from ser# 1,020,000 until the end of production in 1945. Both have the small G stamped inside the hammer recess, under the firing pin stop. These are presented as #1 and #2. #1 includes the firing pin, spring and firing pin stop. #2 is a bare slide. There are no cracks or anything else. They both fit on a frame easily.
SLIDE #1: SOLD! plus actual shipping.
SLIDE #2: SOLD! plus actual shipping.
Currently buying parts for M1 carbines, Garands, 1911, 1911A1 parts from ALL makers during WW2 (Inland, Winchester, IBM, Standard Products, Quality Hardware, Saginaw S.G., Saginaw S'G', Irwin Pederson, Rock-Ola, National Postal Meter, Springfield Armory, Winchester, Colt, International Harvester, H&R, US&S, Singer, Remington Rand, Ithaca, Remington- UMC. CALL SHAWN AT 802-316-1020 OR EMAIL ME AT email@example.com
I AM LOOKING TO BUY AN ORIGINAL AIR FORCE PREMIUM GRADE MATCH 1911 OR 1911A1. IN MOST ANY CONDITION. SHOULD BE MARKED WITH A.F.P.G. AND ALL OTHER KNOWN ASPECTS OF AN AIR FORCE PREMIUM GRADE MATCH BUILT GUN. Willing to pay VERY generously!
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For sale is a Dockendorff & Company M7A3 Grenade Launcher for the M1 Garand rifle. These are very rare and hard to find. This one is absolutely N.O.S. (New old Stock) in the grease! A real time capsule. I am including the M15 grenade launcher sight, sight adapter, and case.
$225 plus actual shipping of $8. THESE ARE NOT LEGAL TO OWN IN CALIFORNIA!!!
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AN EXCERPT FROM THE CREATOR OF MAG/SLAB:
ENGINEERING AN HEIRLOOM
A search for suitable stands to hold my modest collection of vintage M1911 and M1911A1 pistols kept coming up empty.
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The solution is MAG/SLAB.
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For sale is a Colt Model 1908 Hammerless in caliber .380 ACP. Ser# 129243 was manufactured in 1938. There were only 4,750 of these made that year. This pistol is what is referred to as a “Type 4”. The features include: integrated barrel bushing, 3 3/4" barrel, and magazine safety, blued finish and machine checkered walnut grips with flush Colt grip medallions. The .380 Model (1908) is identical to the .32 ACP version known as the 1903. The 1908 was manufactured from 1908-1945. There were 138,009 made. The magazine holds 7 rounds. This pistol is in “as found” condition. I did not even clean it. I wanted to present it just the way I saw it. It is a real time capsule! I would rate it at 98+% condition. It is 100% correct and original. The .380 models are extremely hard to find in this condition. This is a real investment piece. The value on these continues to climb every year.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Winchester Model 52 in caliber .22 Long Rifle. Ser.# 13262 had it’s serial number applied on September 28, 1927 according to the Winchester factory letter, which is included with the rifle. The bolt is factory numbered to the rifle. The Winchester Model 52 was a bolt-action .22-caliber target rifle introduced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1920. For many years it was the premier small bore match rifle in the United States, if not the world. Known as the "King of the .22's," the Model 52 has been called by Field & Stream magazine, one of "the 50 best guns ever made" and by Winchester historian Herbert Houze "perfection in design." This rifle is early enough, a 1st Model if you will, that it has all the early features including the Model 82A aperture rear sight, 28” standard barrel, pre-1930 Speed-Lock bolt, Laudensack Modification stock (the only actual change from 1924-30. It lengthened the stock by ½” because Winchesterinitially used the length of pull from the 1903 Springfield and found it to be ½” too short). This rifle is in 90%+ condition overall. There is some freckling on the barrel (shown in the pics), the barrel band has thinned finish and freckling and there is either Buck or Rick 63 scratched in the heel of the stock. It is very small (I blew it up in the pics). The bore and rifling are in excellent condition. Bright and shiny. Comes with (1) 5 round magazine. This will be a tack driver for sure. I had one as a kid and used to shoot empty .22 casing off fence posts with it. It is all factory set up with barrel blocks for your Fecker or Unertl scope too! These are good to use in the CMP Rimfire Sporter competitions (maybe other categories as they were originally supposed to be Military trainers and were designed as such). Either way, they are a real work of art and beautiful shooters that will enhance any collection!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Colt Model 1903 Hammerless in .32 ACP caliber. Ser# 8116 was manufactured in 1904. A second year production pistol. Has all the correct features of an early Type 1, including: high polish blue finish, 4" barrel, separate barrel bushing, fire blued small parts, no opposing screw on the thumb safety, plunge milled serrations (from ser# 1-25,000), 1897 patent date only, Type I grips, early sights. It still retains quite a bit of the original high polish finish, but it has been used for sure. I took many pictures in different lighting, indoors and out, and different angles to show the true condition. The grips are in excellent condition and have no cracks or chips. Lots of fire bluing left on the small parts. The barrel is nice externally, but has pitting inside. It still should shoot ok, if you wish to do so, and it will likely disengage some of the crud in the barrel. Functions as it should. The magazine was full blued, but is devoid of much finish. One pin seems loose in the base plate and can easily be replaced. The magazine is the correct Type 1. Your chance to own an early 4 digit without paying thousands. With even junker, reblued Type 1 examples bringing close to $1,000 on Gunbroker, I don’t feel bad asking what I’m asking for this one THAT IS 100% CORRECT AND ORIGINAL!
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For sale is a Remington Model 721 in caliber .30-'06. Ser# 26216. Numbers matching. The rifle was manufactured in February 1948 according to Remington barrel code tables (LTT). Manufactured by remington from 1948 until 1961. The 721 replaced the short lived Model 720. The Model 721 is considered to be one of the first modern, economically produced sporting rifles whose design largely continued with the subsequent and highly successful Model 700. Manufactured with high precision, it is known for exceptional accuracy. The bolt and receiver design, based on the Mauser action, is considered one of the strongest ever produced. These riles were built right after WW2 when manufacturing technology had advanced significantly. Rather than continue manufacturing older rifles that had become expensive to produce (i.e. the Model 30), Remington chose to develop an altogether new and modern rifle design with Mike Walker and Homer Young playing key roles. These factors converged in the development of the Remington Model 721 and 722.
As far as the condition, the rifle is in very nice condition. The metal finish is all original. You can clearly see burnishment in the serial number in the bolt channel. The bolt is factory numbered to the rifle as well. The stock has been refinished and is a replacement stock due to the original stock being destroyed in transit. It is however a factory original, correct stock for the Remington 721. The bore and rifling are excellent and shiny. The sling (on backwards) is in excellent condition and is a well built leather Military-like sling from the period. The Alaskan scope on the 721 has value on it's own. The scope is in excellent condition. The mount allows for mounting of the scope with out any drilling to the receiver or barrel and is made by M.L. Stith. Having said that, the scope and mount need to go with the rifle as the stock has a slight modification on the left to allow for the base. The reticle is the post variation and the optics are clear and bright. In the Fall 2004 Garand Collectors Association Journal, there is a good article on M81 and M82 scopes. In that article there is a brief section on the Lyman Alaskans and mentions an order of 3,000 Lyman Alaskans ordered in 1951 for the Korean War. They are believed to have been used on M1C's. They mention a few cases of B prefix Lyman Alaskans on documented rifles. One was on an M1D sold by the CMP that had the scope in a sealed bag with the M84 crossed out, so some were definitely in military service. These go for $300-$400 alone! A great value on a tough rifle with a huge value added in the scope.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Remington Model 30 Express in caliber .30 Remington. Ser# 8891 was manufactured in October 1926. Remington used the same steel and heat treatment as for the M1917 rifles, although improving the dimensional tolerances and the standard of finish. The actions were proof tested to 70,000 psi breech pressure. The Model 30 had a 24-inch barrel, and was available in .30-06 Springfield only (1921–1925)- S/N between 00001 and 30600. About 3000 units were manufactured. A carbine version with a 20-inch barrel was produced from 1924 to 1925, also available only in .30-06 Springfield. Both of these models were replaced in 1926 by the upgraded Model 30 Express version. The Model 30 Express version was available in several configurations - The basic 30A with its 22-inch barrel, was offered in calibers .30-06 Springfield, .25 Rem, .30 Rem, .32 Rem, .35 Rem, 7mm Mauser, .257 Roberts. On these guns, the aperture receiver sight was omitted, and replaced with a more conventional rear sight mounted on the barrel. The rifles were also available in more expensive grades; The Deluxe or "Special" 30S which in 1930 became the Model 30SL, the 30SR with Redfield Optics sight, the 30SX, with a Lyman sight, and the 30SM with Marble-Goss aperture receiver sight. These "Special" models were available with 22 or 24 inches barrel, selected stock, One variation the Model 30R Carbine was introduced in 1927 with a 20 inches barrel, and was available in .25 Rem, .30 Rem, .32 Rem, .35 Rem and 30-06 caliber. The Express 30 family and its variant were manufactured in number of approximately 22800 units, between 1926 and 1940. Serialization is from number 00001 to 30560. This is a first year production piece (BEFORE the bolts were serial numbered to the rifles). The stock has had a crack repair in the wrist area. A gunsmith fixed it to make sure the crack was stable. His work was done on the inside. The bore and rifling are excellent and shiny. There are 40 rounds of ammo included IF THE BUYER WANTS TO PAY THE EXTRA SHIPPING VIA UPS! 20 rounds are factory Remington ammo and 20 rounds are remanufactured ammo from Buffalo Bore Ammo. This ammo runs from $1.92 to $2.42 per round (making the ammo an $80 added value). Plenty of reloadable components are available. A great addition to any Remington or 1917 model collector’s stable!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping (AMMO EXTR
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For sale is a Winchester Model 54 in caliber .30 W.C.F. (30-30). Ser# 37294A was manufactured in 1932. The bolt is factory numbered to the receiver. These were only made for 11 years from 1925-1936. It is in 90% overall original condition with the dual folding rear sight and sling hooks. There are NO “improvements” don to this rifle, which is very rare in a 54! There were only 50,000 or so Model 54’s made. After many discussions with other Winchester collectors, the general consensus seems to be that no more than 15,000 exist without some form of alteration performed on them. Many Model 54’s have been altered for scope use over the years. Many others suffered stock shortening for various types of recoil pads. Some were disassembled and the actions used for custom rifles. Production figures on the Pre-64 Model 70 Winchester are nearly 600,000 compared to the 50,000 Model 54’s. These rifles were essentially all built by hand by craftsmen at Winchester who took pride in their work. Close attention was obviously given to fitting of parts, stock inletting, and all the other little things that were important pertaining to accuracy and appearance. You do not have be a collector to appreciate these rifles. Any I have heard of always exhibited excellent accuracy as well. The bore and rifling are in excellent condition. Bright and shiny. From my market research, I have concluded that the Model 54 in .30-30 is not an easy one to find. Most were probably used as brush guns and ruined long ago. It has the Lyman flip barrel sight which would be correct from the factory for this model (Standard Grade). This is the Daddy of the famous Winchester Model 70. A great addition to any serious Model 70 collector’s herd!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
At Dogface Supply I never charge more than the actual cost to ship. My discount is YOUR discount!
I buy firearms of all sort. Military and Civilian alike. Plus, I buy Militaria. That includes helmets, daggers, swords, knives, uniforms, bayonets, field gear, optics, etc. Please contact me at email@example.com or call me at (802)-316-1020. Please keep in mind that I try to deal only in higher condition items. That gives me more time to focus on generating a better price realized for you and me. Call or email to discuss what will work best for you. Whether it be an entire estate or one firearm. I will travel to you if you are in the New England area and have a significant amount of firearms to be picked up.
Sometimes it may be a better option for you to consign your items with me. I will take any items that I feel are saleable and either conduct an auction or sell outright to one of my many customers. My consignment fee is 15%. Those fees include cleaning the bore and barrel ONLY, the auction, detailed pictures and any research time on the item, any seller's fees associated with selling said object and any and all packing and shipping costs. All transactions are kept strictly confidential. I will travel to you if you are in the New England area and have a significant amount of firearms to be picked up. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (802)-316-1020
I do take trades, but try to mostly take only C&R or Antique trades. I can't take new guns and pay more than I can buy them for from my suppliers. Please keep in mind that I need to be able to make money on all the items I take in.
I will accept USPS Money Orders, Bank Checks, Personal Checks, DISCREET Paypal. Personal checks require MINIMUM 1 week to clear. Must collect 6% Vermont sales tax if sold to a Vermont resident, unless otherwise stated.
Plus most major credit cards (see section below)
Transfers are $25.00 (if you are having a firearm shipped to me from another dealer). My shipping address is:
248 STOVE PIPE CITY RD.
Have your dealer contact me at (802)-316-1020 or email@example.com
to request my FFL for shipping.
When shipping any firearm manufactured AFTER 1898(C&R or 01 FFL) firearm, I require a copy of your dealers FFL, or in states where allowed, your C&R license. Please provide me with the contact information for your dealer also(name of company, email and phone number). I ship Firearms using UPS and USPS ONLY!
NOTE: Handguns are NOT allowed to be shipped via common carrier (USPS)if not going from dealer to dealer! If going to a C&R, they MUST be shipped via contract carrier (UPS)! YOU are responsible for knowing if a certain firearm is legal in your area. Do your homework. I will NOT give refunds if your dealer determines that the gun you bought is not legal in your area! AGAIN, do your homework!!! Most ban states have links on their websites with lists of approved firearms.
I am willing to do a layaway plan on any firearm $1,000.00 and over ONLY. 33% down, 33% after 30 days and the rest at 60 days. Deposits and any funds are NON-REFUNDABLE and NO RETURNS on layed away items. I will NOT negotiate a price lower if you want to do a layaway. Any questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (802)-316-1020
I get calls and emails all the time wanting to know what their item is worth.This takes up valuable working time. If you want a detailed appraisal of your item or items, I charge $100.00(payable FIRST by Paypal or any of the other means listed above)and will send you or give you a current market value on your items, on a company letterhead, with a general description of the history of the weapon or item. I will travel to your location and do a hands on appraisal at the rate of $100/hr. WITHIN 250 MILES AND $200/HR. AFTER THAT DISTANCE (8 hour minimum if flight is needed) for large estates or high quality items. This covers all my expenses. This fee can be waived if we make an agreement and I purchase said items. There will be an upfront charge of $800.00 paid upfront beforehand. The balance refunded if the time is not used up. Please call Shawn at (802)-316-1020 for more information.
I will grant a 3 day non-firing inspection period for any firearm sold. That period starts when the firearm is delivered to the premises. I will NOT take a firearm back if:
A. It is not in the EXACT condition it was shipped in (i.e. any scratches added, etc.)
B. You have buyer's remorse (i.e. shouldn't have spent the money or the wife said NO)
C. It was broken in transit and you opted not to buy shipping insurance!
I will ONLY take a firearm back if:
A. It is GROSSLY misrepresented in my ad.
No returns without pror authorization. That is a phone call to me at 802-316-1020. Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.
CALL SHAWN TODAY AT (802)-316-1020 OR EMAIL ME AT email@example.com for all your hunting and shooting needs!
The answer is YES! I’m very good at locating nice items. I sometimes spend MANY hours locating them, traveling to get them, etc. so a $100 NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is required before I start searching. If I locate the item you want and we agree on a sale price, the $100 comes off the price. I’ve yet to not find an item I was looking for, so be confident you will get what you want! Questions? Call Shawn at 802-316-1020.
Keep Dogface Supply LLC in mind. I can help you decide what to do. I can appraise your items or help you liquidate them. Call Shawn at 802-316-1020 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm available by phone at 802-316-1020!
You can NOT have C&R firearms directly shipped to you from out of state. All firearms have to be shipped to a CA dealer for transfer. With a CA DOJ COE and a C&R FFL, you would be exempt from the waiting period and 1 FIREARM in 30 days for handguns for C&R firearms.
You can go out of state and PERSONALLY (NOT SHIPPED) buy C&R firearms and submit the CA DOJ form. It changed in 2015. There are those who ignore all of the CA PC sections and claim that it can be done, but refuse to post the exemption to the specific section which says no. It is 27585 and 27565.
Penal Code - PEN
PART 6. CONTROL OF DEADLY WEAPONS [16000 - 34370]
( Part 6 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
TITLE 4. FIREARMS [23500 - 34370]
( Title 4 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
DIVISION 6. SALE, LEASE, OR TRANSFER OF FIREARMS [26500 - 28490]
( Division 6 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
CHAPTER 4. Crimes Relating to Sale, Lease, or Transfer of Firearms [27500 -
( Chapter 4 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
ARTICLE 1. Crimes Relating to Sale, Lease, or Transfer of Firearms [27500 -
( Article 1 added by Stats. 2010, Ch. 711, Sec. 6. )
(a) Commencing January 1, 2015, a resident of this state shall not import into
this state, bring into this state, or transport into this state, any firearm
that he or she purchased or otherwise obtained on or after January 1, 2015,
from outside of this state unless he or she first has that firearm delivered to
a dealer in this state for delivery to that resident pursuant to the procedures
set forth in Section 27540 and Article 1 (commencing with Section 26700) and
Article 2 (commencing with Section 26800) of Chapter 2.
(b) Subdivision (a) does not apply to or affect any of the following:
(1) A licensed collector who is subject to and complies with Section 27565.
(a) This section applies in the following circumstances:
(1) A person is licensed as a collector pursuant to Chapter 44 (commencing with
Section 921) of Title 18 of the United States Code and the regulations issued
(2) The licensed premises of that person are within this state.
(3) The licensed collector acquires, outside of this state, a handgun, and
commencing January 1, 2014, any firearm.
(4) The licensed collector takes actual possession of that firearm outside of
this state pursuant to the provisions of subsection (j) of Section 923 of Title
18 of the United States Code, as amended by Public Law 104-208, and transports
the firearm into this state.
THERE IS A 3.5% PROCESSING FEE TO USE A VISA CARD. PRICES SHOWN ON PRODUCTS REFLECT A CASH/USPS MONEY ORDER PRICE.
THERE IS A 3.5% PROCESSING FEE TO USE A MASTERCARD. PRICES SHOWN ON PRODUCTS REFLECT A CASH/USPS MONEY ORDER PRICE.
THERE IS A 3.5% PROCESSING FEE TO USE A MASTERCARD. PRICES SHOWN ON PRODUCTS REFLECT A CASH/USPS MONEY ORDER PRICE.
THERE IS A 3.5% PROCESSING FEE TO USE A DISCOVER CARD. PRICES SHOWN ON PRODUCTS REFLECT A CASH/USPS MONEY ORDER PRICE.
CALL SHAWN AT DOGFACE SUPPLY LLC AT 802-316-1020. I WILL RUN YOUR CARD SECURELY THROUGH THE PAYMENT CENTER. DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION VIA EMAIL!
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