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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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This is an original Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun. This was made in 1917. It is ser# E649528. The rule of thumb is that for every 100 Trench Guns made, there was ONE Riot Gun made. Trench guns were made for WW1, in the E613000-E705000 range only. WW1 Trench guns NEVER had markings (like a flaming bomb) on them, unless it was a hand stamped version, and then, not many did. If you see a REAL WW1 Trench Gun with U.S. or a flaming bomb, it was most likely added POST-WW1, or at the time of rebuild for WW2. As this was made just prior to the U.S.involvement in WW1, the wood and finish were still very nicely done. They used fancy grade wood on this stock, which has the original butt plate and high comb with thin wrist. So many original stocks broke due to recoil, and them being so thin at the wrist. This one is still excellent and has no cracks at all. This shotgun is early enough to still be "slamfire", as in, you can hold the trigger and empty the magazine! This was most likely initially issued to some Police force (as it has Newark Police Dept. markings and a rack number 45 on it), or in a secure facility (like a factory where War supplies were made). The barrel is the original 20" long, CYL. choke barrel. The front bead sight is 1/2" from the end of the barrel, as is correct. If you know Winchesters, you will know that it is pretty rare for a working gun (one that was actually used) to have ANY finish left on the receiver. The steel that Winchester used in their production didn't hold finish well. That's why when you find original Winchesters with excellent amounts of original finish on the receiver, they command a huge premium. They are rare. This, as I said, was a working gun. Officer Mike Sassaman carried it as his duty weapon in his patrol car for a lot of years. He worked out of Precinct 114 in Astoria, NY for many years. Included in the sale is one of his original 114th Precinct lapel pins and an original form showing his badge number and precinct and name. There is no original receipt with this weapon, because it was issued, not bought. The shotgun is in great condition for the year and fact that it was an issued duty weapon. I have seen these go for a few thousand dollars at auction in a little better condition. None had Police Dept. markings. There is a huge “Cop Gun” market.
$1,900.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Romanian contract Beretta Model 1934. Ser#37254, in caliber 9 Scurt, which is .380 ACP. The background: In August 1940, Romania placed a contract with Beretta for 61,000 Model 1934s. However only 40,000 could be delivered on account of the acute shortage of materials. The first guns were not delivered until Feb. 1941, when 10,000 were delivered. 5,000 were delivered per month until 40,000 were shipped by Aug. 1941. The remaining 21,000 were never delivered. There are some reports that the delivered amount was as high as 41,500. It's probable that the relationship with Romania ended with the consignment of a further small batch of 1,000 or 1,500 pistols model 1934 supplied to the Ministry of Navy and Air Force (MAM) before the end of 1941. The Romanian Berettas are identified by the slide legend which states “Cal.9 Scurt” rather than “cal.9 Corto” as well as having their own serial number range. 00001 thru 40,000. Most Romanian Berettas will have (CM) on the right frame tang. Initials of an Italian inspector, as well as possibly (EZ). Some will have Italian commercial test proofs (crown PSF and 1941 or 1942 date) on the left frame tang. These are thought to have never left Italy. Original Romanian Berettas will have a high polish blue, some will have a plumb colored slide and or safety. The barrel is blue, including the tip. The Guns were shipped to Romania along with Italian officer style holsters. This particular gun is all original and non-import marked, except the barrel is a replacement from a non-imported pistol. Most Romanian Berettas seen today are import marked and have replaced barrels. This one is NOT import marked in any way. It does have the (CM) inspector mark on the right rear tang as well as CI on the left trigger and trigger guard and left bottom grip near the lanyard loop. It comes with one original wartime (non-marked) magazine, as well as a Post-War magazine. These are 7 round mags. Also comes with the repro holster shown in the pics. These Romanian Contract pistols are rare birds!
$450.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Springfield Armory Model 1896 Krag in caliber .30-40 Krag. Ser# 94667 was made in 1898, thus making it an antique and exempt from federal restrictions. The rifle is in it’s original configuration and finish, with the Model 1896 rear sight and Model 1896 hand guard. The sights were changed (as were the hand guards to accommodate to the rear sight model) many times and upgraded during the Krag’s tenure of service from 1894-1906. Only 12 years. This one has retained it’s “original equipment”. The rifle functions excellent. There is not a smoother bolt action than a Krag. “Butter smooth” comes to mind. The excellent condition original stock has amazing original cartouches with the inspector’s initials ("JSA" for J. Sumnar Adams, who was Inspector of Finished (new) Rifles at Springfield Armory for almost the entire period of Krag production) and firing proof P in cursive. The bolts on these rifles were left in the white from the factory. The bore looks great. The rifling is very good up to the very last inch or so, then there is some pitting (look at the pics). The muzzle gauges just shy of 1, which is nearly new. This will make a great shooter as well as collectible. Comes with an original Model 1898 Krag bayonet, dated 1898 and marked U.S., and the original Model 1899 "improved" design scabbard ( a $275.00 value alone), and a complete cleaning kit with the 3 piece rod set and nickle oiler (an $80 value). THIS IS AN ANTIQUE! NO FFL NEEDED (UNLESS YOUR AREA/STATE REQUIRES IT). I WILL REQUIRE A COPY OF YOUR ID TO VERIFY THAT YOU ARE 18 OR OLDER.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a 24th series Japanese Type 99 Kokura Arsenal rifle w/ Bayonet, in caliber 7.7 mm Japanese. ALL numbers match except the dust cover. Most screws are still staked in place. The MUM is ground, but partially visible (there was dried grease covering it to keep rust off). The MONOPOD is there. The DUST COVER is there. The ANTI-AIRCRAFT sight is there. The barrels on these rifles are chrome plated so the barrel and bore shine like a mirror! There are a few dings and dents on the stock as would be expected on an original issued rifle, but it is solid and in great shape. The BAYONET is an early hooked quillion model. Made by Kokura Arsenal. It is serial numbered (bayonets were numbered but NOT to the rifle). The scabbard is the correct early ball tipped version. As I'm sure you all know, all matching rifles with dust covers, monopods and ESPECIALLY matching numbers rifles, have become very scarce. The prices have skyrocketed as "Grandpa's" rifle that was found in the attic is a thing of the past and these have become extremely collectable! Thus the prices have skyrocketed. This is the next best thing. ORIGINAL MONOPODS pretty much don't exist "in the wild". It is very rare to have a rifle with one intact, as they were discarded during the war. This will make an excellent collectible, as well as shooter!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Springfield Armory 1903 in caliber .30-06. Ser# 1356371 was manufactured in 1930. This was a DCM sales rifle (no papers. They were thrown out!), and a POSSIBLE National Match that was later rebuilt. The serial number falls in with others for sure. The stock is the Type C, National Match with the stippled butt plate and the drawing number stamped in the wood (see pics). There is a circled sans serif P firing proof, 2 S's in the cutoff cutout (which are Springfield Armory rebuild stamps), a WM cartouche, and a 147 rack number near the butt plate. There are no cracks or anything else. The stock is in amazing condition, and is worth a fair bit by itself. These are extremely hard to find! The barrel is a High Standard WW2 replacement barrel marked H-S 11-44. The muzzle gauges 1.5, which is excellent. There is some pitting in the grooves, but overall, it's in great shape. the bore is shiny, but dirty (I didn't clean this one). My boys shot this one and it shoots fine. I believe the barrel will clean up a lot with more shooting and some cleaning. All in all a beautiful piece that should make a fine shooter!
$1,150.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is an M.T. Wickham Model 1816 musket in the original flintlock configuration. Marin T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pa., was an armorer, contractor of July 19, 1822, to the U.S. Ordnance Department for 5,000 Model 1816 muskets at $12.00 per stand, deliverable at the rate of 2,000 per year from January 1, 1823. On December 6, 1823, M.T. Wickham undertook another contract for 10,000 additional muskets to be delivered at the rate of 2,000 a year from July 1, 1824.
He was probably the most notable armorer to work at Harpers Ferry before 1816. Equally adept at forging, filing, stocking, and engraving firearms, he was an excellent gunsmith. In 1808 the secretary of war selected Wickham to be Master Armorer at Harpers Ferry. In Philadelphia, Wickham served as an inspector of contract arms and general troubleshooter at the national armories between 1811 and 1816. He was known as a superior artist and played a prominent part in designing the new Model 1812 regulation musket.
This particular musket was shortened to an Artillery Musketoon. It was built for the state of New Jersey. It is stamped “SNJ” on the barrel and stock, along with other government markings. Also branded “Monmouth Brigade” in two places. One has a star next to it. There is a 3 also. Perhaps 3rd New Jersey? (If you know for sure, please send me a PM here). Has not been converted. The barrel looks clean enough so it could actually be fired (at new owner’s discretion!). The ramrod is incorrect. Great piece of New jersey history at a very affordable price! ANTIQUE/ NO FFL NEEDED (UNLESS REQUIRED IN YOUR STATE!) I WILL REQUIRE A COPY OF YOUR ID TO VERIFY YOU ARE AT LEAST 18.
$700.00 plus actual shipping
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This is a wonderful example of the Mauser Model 1871 rifle, manufactured at Oberndorf am Neckar by rare maker Gebrüder Mauser. This could be a rifle that Paul Mauser himself worked on. It is covered with Imperial German inspection and acceptance markings, even on the wood stock. The serial number 50B appears on almost all parts of the gun, even the barrel bands, nose cap, and many of the screws (It is missing a butt plate screw and the cleaning rod). The receiver is dated 1876 and marked I. G. Mod. 71 on the opposite side
The top of the barrel knoxform is marked GEBR. MAUSER & Co OBENDORF, indicating manufacture by Gebrüder Mauser & Cie, Oberndorf-am-Neckar, in the German Kingdom of Württemberg. This is the firm, run by Wilhelm and Paul Mauser, was the one responsible for the design of the Model 1871, and many other legendary firearms. There is also a Crown over W on the left side of the knoxform.
The weapon was apparently later sold ti Siam/Thailand, as indicated by two proofs on the bottom of the buttstock and on the receiver. It was not however used much there, if at all (otherwise it would be corroded in the bore).
The Rifle is in good condition overall. The exterior metal finish is somewhat worn, with the grayish color of aged bluing. There is a bit of light peppering, but nothing major. The bore is in very good condition, mostly bright with sharp land and grooves, and just a bit of oxidation in some of the grooves. Both sling swivels are present.
Stock is also in good condition, and has a great aged look. It has the expected dents and dings from long service, with a repaired crack that seems to be stable (even if it was NOT stable, it can be shot). It does not appear to have been refinished or sanded down at all, so the stock proofs are all readily visible.
Overall this is a very nice rifle, in great shape. The perfect addition to any German Mauser collection.
The bayonet has the original regimental markings on the hilt and scabbard that match. That in itself is amazing! This is the original first type bayonet, and these bring around $450 alone with NO markings!
History of the Mauser 1871:
Adopted as the Gewehr 71 or Infanterie-Gewehr 71, or "Infantry Rifle 71 ("I.G.Mod.71" was stamped on the rifles themselves) was the first rifle model in a distinguished line designed and manufactured by Paul Mauser and Wilhelm Mauser of the Mauser company and later mass-produced at Spandau arsenal.
Paul Mauser developed his bolt-action rifle from 1866 to 1871. During 1870-71 trials with many different rifles took place, with the "M1869 Bavarian Werder" being the Mausers' chief competitor. The Mauser was provisionally adopted on 2 December 1871, pending the development of an appropriate safety. With support from the government's Spandau arsenal, the improvements to the safety mechanism were completed and the rifle was formally accepted on 14 February 1872 as Infantry Rifle Model 1871 by the German Empire excluding Bavaria. The action was not based on its predecessor, the Dreyse needle gun which had seen service during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, and which was found to have a number of weaknesses.
The now well known Mauser "wing" type safety lever was developed for the Gewehr 71. The Gewehr 71 is a conventional looking bolt action chambered in 11mm using black powder cartridges. The action included only a bolt guide rib as its single locking lug, locking forward of the receiving bridge. The original design was a single-shot. The design was updated in 1884 with an 8-round tubular magazine designed by Alfred von Kropatschek, making this Germany's first repeating rifle. This version was designated the Gewehr 1871/84. A version of this repeater was adopted by the Ottoman Empire. Designated the M1887, it differentiated from the M71/84 in that it had a side mounted cleaning rod, a second locking lug on the rear of the bolt, and it was in caliber 9.5×60mmR, which Paul Mauser touted as the most efficient (black powder) cartridge. In the early 20th century a few were converted to 7.65×53mm smokeless by the arsenal in Ankara.
Year of Manufacture: 1876
Caliber: 11x60mmR Mauser
Cartridge Type: Centerfire Cartridge
Barrel Length: 33.5 inches
Overall Length: 53 Inches
Action type: Bolt-Action
Feed System: Single Shot
THIS IS AN ANTIQUE AND CAN BE SHIPPED DIRECTLY TO YOU IF LEGAL IN YOUR AREA! I WILL REQUIRE A COPY OF YOUR ID TO SHOW THAT YOU ARE AT LEAST 18. NO CREDIT CARDS ON THIS!
$650.00 plus actual shipping
AN ORIGINAL M1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE, AND 2 DCM WINCHESTER CARBINES. ONE WITH ORIGINAL PAPERWORK!
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For sale is a Czech Vz. 24 rifle, ser# UR6468 in caliber 8mm Mauser.
The vz. 24 rifle is a bolt-action carbine designed and produced in Czechoslovakia from 1924 to 1942. It was developed from the German Mauser Gewehr 98 line, and features a very similar bolt design. The rifle was designed in Czechoslovakia shortly after World War I, to replace the Vz. 98/22, also a Czech-designed derivative of the Gewehr 98. It was the main rifle of the Czech Army before WW2. Then when the Germans took over Czechoslovakia in WW2, they pressed the rifles into service by the thousands. The BRNO rifles are known for their accuracy. This one is all correct. A refurb. It has been counterbored and the muzzle now gauges near new. The bore is nice. Dark ,but good. The rifling has some pitting, but will clean up better with shooting. The rifle is all correct, with the cleaning rod, and original WW2 made sling. These slings were thought to be strictly post war, until original packaging was found a few years ago that proved they were in WW2 service.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Yugoslavian SKS, Model 59/66 in caliber 7.62x39mm. This an older Century Arms import. Ser# 0-583408. Still covered in cosmoline and has the original Century Arms tag on it. No idea if it is ALL matching. I'll leave the cosmoline cleaning to the buyer! Stock number matches receiver. Bolt top does not. Bore is very nice. Rifling is very good, but looks like a little pitting in there. May clean up with shooting. I only ran a few patches of solvent down it to get a picture. This is as found and had never been touched after previous owner bought it years ago. Should make a great shooter. These have dried up from the big dealers. They look to be on Gunbroker in the $500-$600 range (CRAZY!). NO CA SALES DUE TO GRENADE LAUNCHER. MAKE SURE IT IS LEGAL IN YOUR AREA BEFORE BUYING!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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 an NSKK Late Version Dagger with maker's stamp RZM M7/70 (David Malsch, Steinbach). This late produced NSKK example is equipped with nickel-plated crossguards. These crossguards are in choice condition throughout still having a good bright finish. The grip is the RZM type having high ridge construction. The SA runes button shows no damage to the enamel. The grip eagle is a aluminum type. This aluminum eagle has a dull finish and is the style with beak which points upwards slightly. This grip is in great condition and fits the crossguards like a glove. The scabbard shell is straight throughout. It has nice original brown painted finish. The scabbard mounts are the nickel-plated steel type. The mounts have excellent plating and are still factory bright. The screws are also a dome head type. The blade is a choice example still being in excellent condition with needlelike tip and having full cross grain in the steel (always an indication of it being original and not cleaned). The SA motto (Everything For Germany) has fine background lettering which is nearly 100% intact. The reverse blade ricasso is matching etched with a single RZM circle positioned over the David Malsch, Steinbach code, RZM M7/70. These markings were ALWAYS etched lightly from this maker! The blade shoulders perfectly fit the crossguard contour. Overall a GREAT original piece with a rare maker's code!
$500.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a WW2 PAL U.S. Marine Corps Ka-Bar Fighting Knife. The "Red Spacer" knife, due to it's red spacer above the hand guard. U.S.M.C. 1219C2 knives of WW2. Regarding the PAL U.S.M.C., PAL was awarded a contract, (NOM39096), in January 1943 for 100,000 U.S.M.C. knives. It appears that they completed the contract by March of that year. This looks like the only contract PAL had for the U.S.M.C. 1219C2. Early production USMC pattern #1219c2 knife by PAL BLADE COMPANY. Only the early scabbards were marked so this dates the set to post-1943. One of four makers of the WW2 Marine "k-bar". The scabbard looks to be a late war variation, possibly by a different maker than PAL. The knife condition is still very good, with 2 small glued repairs to the leather handle. The "Red Spacer" is in great shape. The blade is in great shape too. A few cleaned up pits. The PAL blades were known for their mottling in color. The markings are excellent. The scabbard is intact, but the closure leather is broken (easy glue or thread repair for displaying). Both parts of the original snap are present. It is still quite usable. A great collectible WW2 U.S.M.C. Knife!
$250.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a N.O.S. (New Old Stock) Firestone liner. This is what they looked like right off the production line! This is one of a box that was found years ago by a past crewman of the U.S.S. Newport News. They were salvaging stuff off the U.S.S. Des Moines before she was scrapped, and found a box of liners, with the original packing slip, in a far away spot under 8" of steel. These were never exposed to any ultra-violet light, oils, or anything. Still has the original honeycomb packing around it. Liners were not issued with the sweat bands on them. They came separately. The original owner sold a few of these on Ebay some years ago. They brought $350-$400 each THEN! Try finding one of THESE!!!
$300.00 plus actual shipping
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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 is an original WW2 German Police Shako badge. Marked B&N on the back for Berg & Nolte, Ludenscheid. The maker. This is a beautiful example of one of the most striking headgear devices produced by the Third Reich. The details to the eagle's feathers and the oak leaf wreath are crisp and well defined. It was die struck from aluminum then bent to fit the curve of a Polizei Shako. The piece was most likely removed in haste, as the long aluminum studs were broken off. Will make a beautiful display piece!
$100.00 plus actual shipping
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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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For sale is a Wilson Combat CQB (Close Quarters Battle) Pistol in .45 ACP. Ser# WCT13258 was manufactured in 2006 -2007 according to Wilson. The factory also said that the pistol has never been back for repair of any kind and is 100% authentic. The WCT lettered frames were made from 2005-present and have the high cut with BP Ejector cut. As anyone who knows or has owned a Wilson combat knows, the lifetime warranty follows the pistol! These guys are TOP NOTCH and will take care of you! An excellent company that puts out amazing handguns. The list of features is shown in the photos, and is AMAZING! I can't imagine how many thousands of dollars it would cost to have a pistol like this built. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND READ ALL THE SPECS IN THE PAPERWORK SHOWN IN THE PHOTO LINK!
Here is a link to a YouTube video showing Greg Martin (who worked on this pistol) and the building of a CQB:
Some pretty well known gunsmiths worked on this particular pistol. The original factory test target is included as well. Again, AMAZING accuracy! The trigger pull on this weapon is superb! If you have looked at prices on these, you will see that they are $2,500 and above. With some going a high as $3,500! These are not cheap pistols. they are quality pieces of equipment that you can stake your life on. Do yourself a favor and own a precision made 1911 just once. You will be a fan for life! Comes with original Wilson Combat range bag, 1 WC magazine, original paperwork, replacement sight blade and tool, and bushing wrench. "This ain't your Grandpa's old, rattletrap 1911!".
$1,995.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is an A.H. Fox Sterlingworth 12 Gauge double barrel shotgun, SER# 78223. Manufactured in 1916. These shotguns ran from ser#53800 in 1910 – ser#161556 in 1947. 28” barrels. I believe they referred to this as the "Field Model". This shotgun features double bead sights on solid matte concave rib, choked full/improved modified, 2 3/4" (2 5/8”- more below on that) chambers with extractors. Casehardened receiver and break lever with the receiver marked "Sterlingworth" on each side along with engraved zigzag borders, double triggers and a tang mounted automatic safety. Mounted with a checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with a black serrated plastic buttplate. 14 1/8" length of pull. These are built like a brick outhouse, and are tighter than a bank vault! This shotgun is in excellent, original condition inside and out. These were made as a step down from the exquisite models that most big name shotgun companies were making at the time. They have become very collectible in their own right.
The 2 5/8" chambers were STANDARD for US made (and imported) 12 ga. shotguns made until (normally) just after WWI. (Actually, most of the shells of that era were manufactured to a 2 9/16" length, but there was a tolerance to 2 5/8" length.) Some manufacturers made them later than that date. Then they were "standardized" at 2 3/4". I have personally shot one of these for over 20 years with Target and Field loads with no problems. An excellent pheasant gun!
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Remington Model 141 GameMaster, ser# 52991, in caliber .30 Remington. It was manufactured in 1947. The condition is nearly excellent. The wood is very nice and the metal still retains almost all of it’s factory bluing. Tang sites were available to add to the 141. The receiver was drilled and tapped for it. This particular rifle I believe was factory issued with the tang site, as it never had a rear sight and the block that is there has been there it’s whole life (this was my client’s Grandfather’s rile). The bore and rifling are excellent. This is a takedown model as well. I have disassembled it to take pictures and it is excellent internally and functions as it should. The Model 141 guns had blued steel hardware, open sights (or special order tang sights), walnut stocks and fore end grips. The Model 141 was offered with 24" and 18-1/2" barrels, in .30, .32 and .35 Remington calibers. There were a small number of guns made in .25 Remington caliber during the 1934-1936 transition period. Both rifles and carbines had five round magazines. The Model 141 GameMaster was produced from 1935 to 1950, with nearly 77,000 units made. This will make a great collectible or can be used for deer hunting as well! .30 Remington ammo IS commercially available. The tang sites bring about $175.00 alone. Sometimes the tiny insert is missing on these tang sights. This one is fully intact and functions correctly.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Sharps & Hankins Breech-Loading 4-Shot Pepperbox Pistol, Model 2A. Caliber .30 rimfire. Serial # 5153. Serial numbers match on frame and barrel. Grips were not numbered on these. All original piece. The four-shot, breech loading, pepperbox pistol was a true gun of the Old West. It is associated with the gamblers, ladies of the evening, and as a hide-out gun of the outlaws and lawmen of the time. It's use during the Civil war is questionable, but surely was carried by more than one soldier on either side. Condition is antique fine. Barrels show very visible rifling with pitting in the grooves. These were made from 1859-1874. This one was made approx. in 1866. These incorporate a unique patented design where the hammer mounted firing pin rotates. Works excellent. The barrel slides forward perfectly. ANTIQUE/ NO FFL NEEDED (UNLESS REQUIRED IN YOUR STATE!). I REQUIRE A COPY OF YOUR ID TO VERIFY 18 OR OLDER.
$600.00 plus actual shipping
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For sale is a Harrington & Richardson Model 199 "Sportsman". This is the SINGLE-ACTION version. You commonly see the double action model 999, but very seldom the Model 199. This is ser# S17116, and was manufactured around 1935-37. One of these that was new in the box, sold a year ago on a popular gun action site, for $3,000.00. These revolvers are 9 shot and are known for their factory tuned, 2 pound trigger pulls and accuracy. They shoot as good and better, than a S&W Model 41, plus, the bores don't lead (leading reduces accuracy). This one is in very fine condition and is C&R eligible (although it is always cheaper to ship a handgun via a regular FFL, due to handguns going to a C&R needing to be overnighted via FedEx or UPS). There is scattered pinprick pitting as shown in the photos. The interior of the revolver is excellent. The bore and riling are bright and shiny. A beautiful one piece grip with great checkering and grain. A true delight to shoot. These have auto ejectors as well, making them easy to unload. The wide, target style trigger is flat and makes for a nice, easy trigger pull. My price is more than fair! At any given time, you will most likely not find ANY of these available for sale anywhere.
$350.00 plus actual shipping
1. PHOTO LINK (18 PICS):
For sale is a Winchester Model 1912 pump action shotgun in 12 gauge, with 2 1/2” chamber. Ser# 109705 was manufactured in 1914. The model wasn't changed to Model 12 until 1919. The 12 gauge was introduced in 1914. This is a first year production gun for this gauge. The barrel length is 30”, and is Full choke, Nickel Steel . There is little finish left, but the barrel is in fine shape. Action works perfect. The wood is in very good condition and no cracks that I can see.
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For sale is a Winchester Model 12 pump action shotgun in 16 gauge, with 2 ¾” chamber. Ser# 687787 was manufactured in 1932. There were 8,854 model 12's manufactured in 1932. There were 4 low production years of the Model 1912/Model 12: 1912, 1932, 1944 and 1960. 1912 was due to first year, 1944 due to WW2, and 1932 I'm assuming was due to The Great Depression, perhaps 1960 was due to Winchester starting production of the Model 100 and the Military's M-14 Rifle. The model wasn't changed to Model 12 until 1919. The 16 gauge was introduced in 1914. The barrel length is 28”, Modified choke Winchester proofed steel..
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For sale is a Winchester Model 1912 pump action shotgun in 20 gauge, with a 2 ½” chamber. Ser# 23253 was manufactured in 1913. The model wasn't changed to Model 12 until 1919. The model 1912 was first introduced in 1912 in 20 gauge only. Then in 1914, 16 and 12 gauges were added. This is an early second year production gun, as the first year stopped at ser#5308 and the second year stopped at ser#32,418. The barrel length is 25”, which was ONLY available in 1912-13 in 20 gauge (the only chambering at the time), Full choke, Nickel steel. There is some pitting in the chamber end, but doesn’t affect shooting. The previous owner shot these up until a few years ago.
The Winchester Model 1912 was called “The Perfect repeater” at its introduction. It largely set the standard for pump action shotguns over its 51-year high-rate production life. From August 1912 until first discontinued by Winchesterin May 1964, nearly two million Model 12 shotguns were produced in various grades and barrel lengths. The Nickel Steel barreled models have become very collectible. Anyone who knows Winchesterguns, knows that the finish on the receivers on certain models (due to the metal used) wore quickly. This et will make someone a nice representative, ready made collection for short money. I do not want to split them up as they have been together since the 1940’s. I will contemplate that if they don’t sell as a group in a couple weeks.
$SOLD! plus actual shipping for all 3 together!
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 20% (Most shops around charge 25-35%). 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.
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