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BWD-0001 WWII British No.1 MkIII Enfield Rifle (DEMILLED - Nonfunctioning) $289.95
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Very Good example of this classic workhorse of the British Army in WWI. Many of these saw continued service up and into WWII. This rifle was manufactured by BSA, Co (Birmingham Small Arms, Co) in 1939. Overall this is a very nice example of a rifle made the very first year of WWII! It has been internally deactivated to BATF Specs and can never be made to fire again. However it looks and feels like a live rifle: bolt functions, you can dry fire it, safety works, Mag is removable, it will mount a bayonet etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle. It will show use and some age but is over a good – VG example.
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BWD-0002 Pre WWII British No.1 MkIII Enfield Rifle (DEMILLED - Nonfunctioning) $279.95
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Good+ example of this classic workhorse of the British Army in WWI. Many of these saw continued service up and into WWII. This Enfield rifle was made in 1929 by Enfield. It has been internally deactivated to BATF Specs and can never be made to fire again. However it looks and feels like a live rifle: bolt functions, you can dry fire it, safety works, Mag is removable, it will mount a bayonet etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle. It will show use and some age but is over a good – VG example.
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BWD-0003 WWII British No.1 MkIII Enfield Rifle (DEMILLED - Nonfunctioning) $239.95
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Good+ example of this classic workhorse of the British Army in WWI. Many of these saw continued service up and into WWII. This rifle has an unreadable date due to some corrosion on the strap that hold the MFG and date information. However you can still tell that it was MFG by BSA, Co (Birmingham Small Arms, Co). Additionally, it has a blank stock disc on the butt. On the opposite side it has painting for some kind of rack number or description. Then below It has been internally deactivated to BATF Specs and can never be made to fire again. However it looks and feels like a live rifle: bolt functions, you can dry fire it, safety works, Mag is removable, it will mount a bayonet etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle. It will show use and some age but is over a good – VG example.
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BWD-0004, WWII BRITISH STERLING SMG MK IV L2A3 DISPLAY GUN $499.95
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This display gun is superbly built from all original post WWII parts then fitted with a solid steel totally non-operational BATFE approved display receiver, making it legal to own in the USA. Features of our exclusively built display gun include: correct “black crinkle” paint finish, fully operational folding stock, original markings, active trigger with satisfying “click” and it even comes complete with a curved Sterling 9mm Magazine (DEMILLED).
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BWG-0001 WWII British 1945 dated signal mirror and fabric case. $19.95
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This is an excellent WWII British 1945 dated signal mirror and fabric case. The "mirror" itself is actually a highly polished piece of metal. See the photos but the mirror is marked 1945 "G.B.B." and with a British Broad Arrow. Original green case also included.
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BXD-0002 WWI British No.1 MkIII Enfield Rifle (DEMILLED - Nonfunctioning) $299.95
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Good+ example of this classic workhorse of the British Army in WWI. Many of these saw continued service up and into WWII. This Enfield rifle was made in 1918 by BSA Co. (Birmingham Small Arms, Co). On the opposite side it has painting for some kind of rack number or description. It has been internally deactivated to BATF Specs and can never be made to fire again. However it looks and feels like a live rifle: bolt functions, you can dry fire it, safety works, Mag is removable, it will mount a bayonet etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle. It will show use and some age but is over a good – VG example.
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BXD-0003 WWI British Army Sappers Modified No. 1 MkIII Enfield rifle 1918 dated! $349.95
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There was a little known series of battles fought along the Western Front in WWI underneath the trenches and “nomans” land. It was here that British Sappers and German Pioneers (many of whom were miners in their civilian lives) dug “Saps” under the enemies trench line. These were then filled with explosives and detonated during large attacks, collapsing large sections of the trench line and killing hundreds of enemy soldiers. Both sides knew that the other side was digging and took steps to stop them. Soldiers would listen for digging sounds to locate the enemy and would dig counter saps, their goal to get inside their tunnel, kill them and destroy their sap. This resulted in small, intense engagements in restricted quarters. Fighting was often hand to hand with shovels, picks, trench knives and cut down rifles such as this. This is an original British rifle produced by "BSA" Birmingham Small Arms dated 1918. Our gunsmith has modified it so that it closely resembles those cut down and used by British and Commonwealth sappers such as the one in the Hill 62 museum in Flanders Belgium. See attached photo of museum. Very well marked. Condition is very good. It has been internally demilled to BATF specs so that it cannot be made to fire and is no longer considered a firearm under Federal and California law. This is a museum grade deactivation so the bolt still functions, you can dry fire it, remove the clip etc. It looks and feels just like a live rifle. For more information on this underground war see “Beneath Flanders Fields- The Tunnelers War” By Peter Barton. Also being produced in Australia is a movie about Australian miners who were active in the Ypres sector. See more information on the movie at this link www.beneathhill60.com.au/index.htm
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BXD-0005, WWI British Enfield No1 MkIII Rifle (deactivated/ non-firing) $324.95
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Good+ example of this classic workhorse of the British Army in WWI. Many of these saw continued service up and into WWII. This Enfield rifle was made in 1917 by BSA (Birmingham Small Arms, Co). This particular rifle was made into drill rifle by the British Army and so it has "DP" carved into the butt stock. It has been internally deactivated to BATF Specs and can never be made to fire again. However it looks and feels like a live rifle: bolt functions, you can dry fire it, safety works, Mag is removable, it will mount a bayonet etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle. It will show use and some age but is over a good – VG example.
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FFK-0001, Franco-Prussian War French M1866 Chassepot Rifle Bayonet $74.95
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1871 dated, Arsenal inscription hard to see. Blade has bright patina and is otherwise fairly clean. Some extremely light scattered dark spots but really in beautiful shape. The button for the bayonet has broken off at some point.
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FR-001. WWI/WWII US M1907 Leather Sling $69.95
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Good – VG, undated no markings. Missing slide. Has brass fittings.
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FR-018, 1950’s Dated U.S. blank linked rounds. $89.95
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Over 100 rounds. Most have had the powder removed but primers are still live.
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FR-023. Napoleonic Era .75 cal. British Musket Balls. $7.95
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These balls were sold as surplus to Nepal in the mid 1800's. They sat in crates at the National Armory in Kathmandu until recently discovered. Price if for one.
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FR-024. Napoleonic Era British Musket Flints. $8.95
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These surplus flints were exported to Nepal in the mid 1800's and sat in the National Armory in Kathmandu, until recently rediscovered.
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FR-032, WWII Japanese Type 14 Nambu Pistol Magazine $159.95
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Very Good + condition. 85% original blueing remaining.
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FR-053, WWII M1903A3 Springfield Airsoft rifle (high quality) $699.95
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This is a high quality reproduction of a WWII M1903A3 Springfield airsoft rifle. This is a faithful reproduction of a M1903 A3 rifle with working bolt action and a real wood stock. This rifle fires plastic 6mm airsoft pellets. We test fired the rifle and it works and is fairly accurate up to 30 feet (which is what we test fired it at). These rifles sell new for $1200 to $1400 and due to some minor damage to the wood stock behind the tang of the receiver. Two minor cracks which were repaired and you can barely tell it was even there. The sights work, the butt plate cleaning trap works, it has sling swivels and a real leather (WWII style) sling. The front band has a bayonet lug which you can mount an original bayonet to. The rifle disassembles similar to an original rifle. The rifle operates a different safety style, where the safety is the rear stock bolt. Press that and it will operate the safety. Do not pass this one up as this is a great rifle for almost half the cost.
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FR-062, US Civil War M1861 Springfield rifle MFG by Bridesburg in 1863 $1399.95
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This is M1861 manufactured by Bridesburg in 1863. The overall condition is good + condition. The ooverall stock condition is good used condition with the typical dings and scratches for a service rifle. The metal has a dark grey/ brown patina. The barrel and upper section of the lock has a fair amount of pitting from use. The lock markings are fairly good with some minor pitting. The barrel bands are similar to the M1861 Colt band where they are not held on with barrel springs but instead are held on by screws. A nice rifle with an overall nice appearance at a low price.
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FR-063, WWII German M98k Mauser Rifle (Demilled - Non Firing) $429.95
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This is a Russian capture rifle from the Eastern Front and it has the capture mark X on the receiver. The Nazi markings remain intact (at least 7 waffen amts on the metal plus two on the butt stock). Condition is Very GOod with moderate age and wear. This is a dot code rifle, manufactured in 1944 at the Czech Arsenal at Brno under German control. Demil is internal so although it can never be made to fire againt, the bolt still functions and you can dry fire it, field strip it, etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle.
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FR-065, WWII U.S. M1 Garand Mfg by Springfield in 1942 (Demilled-non-functional) $899.95
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VG example of a 1942 dated rifle from Springfield Armory w/a 9/1951 dated barrel with functioning sights! This is a demil (to BATF Specs) that is totally internal and you can still cock it and dry fire it. Accordingly it looks and feels like a live rifle even though it can never be made to fire again. Original finish and markings are VG, no pitting. Walnut stock has nice grain and patina with typical dings/dents and wear, overall it is VG. You can field strip just like a live rifle. Very Attractive Rifle!
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FR-067, Korean War Era M1 Garand Mfg by Springfield (Demilled-non-functional) $799.95
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VG example of an original 1954 dated rifle from Springfield with a 1954 dated barrel. To make it even sweeter, the demil (to BATF Specs) is totally internal and you can still cock it and dry fire it. Accordingly it looks and feels like a live rifle even though it can never be made to fire again. Original finish and markings are VG, no pitting. Walnut stock has nice grain and patina with typical dings/dents and wear. Very Attractive Rifle with a
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FR-070, WWII German M98k Mauser Rifle (demilled/ non-firing) $499.95
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This is a Russian capture rifle from the Eastern Front and it has the capture mark X on the receiver. The Nazi markings remain intact (at least 5 waffen amts on the metal plus two on the butt stock). Condition is Very Good with moderate age and wear. This is a byf code rifle, manufactured in 1944 at the Mauser-Werke AG, Oberndorf a./N. Demil is internal so although it can never be made to fire againt, the bolt still functions and you can dry fire it, field strip it, etc. It looks and feels like a live rifle.
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FR-077, US Civil War era M1853 British Enfield rifle MFG by Tower in 1855 $1299.95
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This is in very good condition with the usual dings and wear of a service rifle. The lock is marked with the Crown, 1855 and "Tower." There is also a stock cartouche on the right side of the butt stock marked 1855 and Tower in a circle. Originally this rifle would have been blued but that has since been removed. It was commonly said that this was requested to be done in the field during the Civil War by commanders so that they would have the same appearance as the Springfields. This rifle is .577 caliber, with rifling still present, and a smooth appearance. The The bands are the screw type closure that is typical of Enfields, as opposed to the band springs that the Springfields used. Original ramrod and nipple protector also included in good condition. The only thing which is missing is the rear sling swivel that attaches to the front of the brass trigger guard. The metal parts on this gun have been lightly cleaned. Overall an excellent true British made Enfield made by Tower Arsenal.
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FR-083, Franco-Prussian War French M1866 Chassepot Rifle $849.95
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Good to Very Good condition. Manufactured at St. Etienne Arsenal in 1871. All matching serial numbers except bolt. Bright bore. Stock has nice cartouche. Stock shows typical dings and wear that you would expect to find on a 140+ year old service rifle. Just needs cleaning rod to complete.
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FR-091, WWII Soviet M1891/30 Moision-Nagant Rifle (demilled-nonfiring) $259.95
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Very Good condition. 1942 dated. Manufactured at Tula Arsenal. With acessories. Shows moderate age / wear. Comes with cleaning rod, ammo pouch, oiler, sling, and bayonet. This was the standard work horse of the Soviet Infantryman in both World Wars. Internal demil precludes this from being made to fire but still allows bolt to function and you can dry fire and field strip it. It looks and feels like a live firearm but without the legal hassle of a live firearm.
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FR-096, WWI US Stripper Clips for the M1903 Springfield or 1917 Enfield Rifles $2.00
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Price is for ONE. Specify quantity when ordering.
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FR-115, WWII .303 British Enfield Rifle Blank Cartridges $9.95
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New Zealand manufactured 1943/1944. Very Good condition. In paper bundles of 10. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN.
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FR-128, WWII German Rifle Cleaning Kit $29.95
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Partial contents. Shows use. Has one dent and other small dings. Reatins most of its original paint. Would look great as part of a larger display.
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FR-130, WWII US Thompson Action Cover $59.95
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Shows use and age. Snaps are weak but present. One is pulling out. Priced accordingly.
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FR-136, Indian War Era US .45-.70 Blank Cartridges PRICE IS FOR ONE $5.95
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Frankfort Arsenal 9/1888 dated head stamps. Rare collector's Cartridge. Used for funerals, etc. Not sold for shooting. There will be some degridation to charge seal but they are not "leaking". They clean up nicely, however, we leave that option up to you and offer these in uncleaned condition. PRICE IS FOR ONE. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-142, WWII German ZF4 Sniper Scope $989.95
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Nice original from the estate of a WWII US Army 89th Infantry Division Veteran. Very Good condition. Clear optics. Adjustment knob functions. Make rcode is ddx (Voigtlander & Sohn AG). Has triangle showing it was "winterized". Shows light to moderate wear and age. Perfect accessory for your G-43 or on your K98 with a "swept back" mount. Repro mounts are available.
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FR-143, Napoleonic Era French Flintlock Pistol $999.95
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Hard to find unmodified original (most were converted to percussion). In antique Very Good condition: mechanically functions (but not sold as a shooter), lock is St. Etienne Arsenal marked, has some light pitting around the lock, but mostly the metal has some discoloration age spots with no real issues. Wood has some age cracking in the grip area, nothing detractive. Has brass fittings with lanyard ring. Approximatly .70 caliber. Overall length about 14 inches, no markings other than lockplate. Nice looking pistol.
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FR-144, French M1822 Percussion Pistol $749.95
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Large cavalryman's pistol (approximately .75 caliber and almost 14 inches overall length). This is a conversion of a flintlock pistol that dates from the Napoleonic Period (barrel is dated 1810). Lock is marked from the the St. Etienne Arsenal - markings are a bit worn but fully readable. The lock and hammer have darkened with age and have spotting of light pitting. The rest of the metal is fairly clean, with no issues. There are aresenal stamps / markings at various places on the barrel and fittings. Stock number matches barrel number. Wood shows light age / wear with nice patina. Pistol mechanically functions, but is not sold as a shooter. Comes with a reproduction cleaning / loading rod. Overall condition is Antique, Very Good.
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FR-145, Early 1800s British Percussion Pistol $749.95
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Has reproduction cleaning / loading rod. Converted from a flint lock. Lock is marked "Ketland & Co" and brass barrel is marked "London" and has British proof marks. It is approximately .58 caliber and has an overall length of just over 13 inches. It has an internal spring problem so although it cocks it will not fire and you have to manually return the hammer. The gun shows moderate+ age and wear with some pitting to the lock plate (nothing dramatic). The brass guard, barrel and cleaning / loading rod fitting have some light florishes, giving it a slightly fancy look. The wood shows age and character with some old repairs around the lock plate. Dings and hairline cracks. The brass barrel indicates this was a naval officers pistol. Neat looking!
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FR-146, French M1822 Percussion Pistol $799.95
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Large cavalryman's pistol (approximately .75 caliber), Mutzig Arsenal marked lock, M1856 stamped on barrel near nipple (believe this was the year the pistol was converted from flintlock). Has Arsenal markings on barrel, tank, wood, and metal fittings (both brass and steel). Metal has some light pitting, but is mostly age stained. No real issues, just the age / wear you'd expect on a 150+ year old pistol that saw moderate use. Mechanically functions (but not sold as a shooter). neat old war horse. Overall length just under 14 inchesl Antique Very Good condition. Nice looking pistol.
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FR-147, 1820’s French Service Pistol $849.95
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This is a percussion conversion of a flintlock pistol, Cal.70 that originally was made in the 1820’s (last digit of date illegible) and converted to percussion in 1861 (dated inside of lock). Good + condition. Has semi-faint markings, which are mostly legible. Lock works nicely, but not sold as a shooter. A grip dinged on one side (looks like it was used as a hammer) and has a hairline crack. Metal has a nice brown patina, no real pitting. Brass fittings give it a very attractive appearance. Complete with rod. PRICE REDUCED FROM $999.95
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FR-156, Pre-WWI / WWI US M1912 .45 Pistol Holster $239.95
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Good condition. 194 dated from Rock Island Arsenal. Lacks leg tie. Otherwise complete. Supple / reasonably strong leather. Dark rown. Has surface crazing, no significant flaking. Ok for light wear, but better for display. These early holsters are hard to find. Good for Mexican Punitive Expedition or WWI cavalry display. Soldier slit back part of hanger so it would "ride" easier.
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FR-163, British Victorian Era Martini-Henry Rifle Sling $74.95
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Very Good condition for age. Wide brown / black belt is about 45 inches in total length. Has 4 holes for leather ties, which are missing. Arabic markings on sling. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-164, US M1887 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle Sling $74.95
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Very Good condition for its age. Cut down for use on the Krag rifle. Leather is supple. Both leather keepers. Some age cracking. No dates or markings. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-177, US M1816 W.L. Evans "V. Forge" Flintlock musket Type II MFG in 1826 and bayonet. $2499.95
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This is an excellent example of a Type II M1816 US flintlock musket MFG by W.L Evans in 1826. Approximately 5,000 of these type II's were made. W.L. Evans type II muskets have the name spelled "Evens", a stamp maker's error that evidently was thought not worth correcting until a new stamp was made for the type III. At the bottom of the lock is the "V. Forge." This is where the muskets were produced. The overall condition is excellent bright condition with only minimal pitting around the muzzle and the lock. The barrel has the US, inspectors marks and "P" firing proof. The opposite side of the lock still retains the cartouche and has initials carved into the stock. "T.F.E." The stock has only minimal dings and no cracks or major chips. Overall a beautiful M1816 type with bayonet. The bayonet is lightly pitted but has large areas of discoloration from rust. Also marked "US" with an inspectors stamp. These are tough muskets to find still in the original flintlock version as many of these were converted to percussion. (CONSIGNMENT)
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FR-180, WWI German Maxim MG08 machinegun on fortress mount, numbers matching (demilled/ non-functional) $6499.95
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The Maschinengewehr 08, or MG 08, was the German Army's standard machine gun in World War I. It could reach a firing rate of up to 400 rounds per minute using 250-round fabric belts of 7.92x57mm ammunition, although sustained firing would lead to overheating; it was water-cooled using a jacket around the barrel that held approximately one gallon of water. Using a separate attachment sight with range calculator for indirect fire, the MG 08 could be operated from cover. Additional telescopic sights (one of which is included with this gun) were also developed and used in quantity during the war. This particular one is 1918 dated, MFG by DWM and is almost totally numbers matching, which is almost unheard of in the world of demilled guns. There are a number of Imperial proofs across the gun. The barrel jacket, top cover, a section of the original side plate, scope mount, rear sight, feed tray, butterfly trigger assembly and grips, as well as miscellaneous hardware inside and attached to the gun are all numbers matching. This is a unique situation where the small section of the original side plate where the markings were preserved and combined within the demilled/ dummy side plate. Due to BATFE regulations both side plates have to be dummy sideplates. The charge handle still moves and an original (non-numbers matching bolt) still moves back and forth inside the receiver. An original barrel is also included. In addition there is an original “trench armor” plate for the front and top of the water jacket to protect the gun’s cooling system from enemy shrapnel. As was previously mentioned this gun has a machinegun telescopic scope. The scopes optics are clear with just a slight amount cloudy appearance. The scope is still adjustable and is marked on the right side however there is corrosion to the exact spot where the markings are. Some are still readable. Overall an excellent and rare gun. On original fortress mount. Due to the large number of casualties inflicted by the MG08 the Allies refered to this gun as the "Devils Paint Brush."
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FR-192, WWII US UD-42 Submachinegun (demilled nonfiring) $2499.95
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Manufactured by United Defense Supply Corporation of New Haven Conneticut (A subsidiary of Marlin). Only 15,000 of these were made with most going to the O.S.S. (precursor to the CIA.) They were then supplied to guerillas fighting the Germans in Europe or the Japanese in the Philippines and China. Condition is Very Good. There are some rice marks on the barrel, spots of micro pitting (heavier on the barrel) and an old repair to the butt stock. Markings are clear and readable. Upper receiver tube is a non-functioning / detached steel dummy. The bolt handle moves (but does not cock). Safety switch functions. Rear sights adjust. A very rare submachinegun from WWII.
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FR-194, WWII Italian 7.35mm Carcano Stripper Clips $9.95
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New Old Stock in near mint condition. 1939 dated, military issue. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-197, WWII US M1903 Springfield Rifle (demilled, non-firing) $499.95
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June 1942 manufactured by Remington it has its original 6-42 Remington barrel which matches the serial number production date. Condition is Good+. Metal finish is worn with approximately 40% remaining with patina (not rust). No pitting of note. Stock shows typical service wear with a few dings and scratches. There are four hair line cracks. Two on the left side of thw wrist and one on each side of the magazine. Demil is internal so this looks and feels like a live rifle, even though it cannot be made to shoot. The bolt functions and you can dry fire it. These saw extensive WWII service (dispite what Hollywood shows in the movies) in both the Eurpean and Pacific Theaters.
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FR-210. WWII US Toy M.G. $239.95
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Well done example’s like it was home made (welded tube steel, sheet metal and misc. metal parts). It’s painted O.D. with “U.S.A.”. Stenciled on the receiver and retains approx 80% original paint. They even utilized a real butt stock (modified). Imagine how proud this kid was when his Dad or Uncle brought this home for him! Approx 32” long and 26” high. A great piece of Americana from the 40’s.
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FR-219, WWII German MP-41 (demilled – nonfiring) $2849.95
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Very Good condition example of this rare competitor to the MP-40. Only 27,500 were made prior to the end of the war. These guns saw service with the field police and SS. This one consists of all original parts mounted on a dummy, non functional, machined aluminum receiver. Although it does not fire it looks and feels like a live gun. Stock is very nice and has a faint Waffen amt on the pistol grip and at least 3 others stamped into metal parts. It also has an original sling and the rare MP-41 magazine.
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FR-238, WWII German MG34 Machinegun (demilled/ non-functional) $3999.95
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Very Good condition. 1945 dated gun with mixed parts from dot 1945 (barrel jacket), and a wood stock. Made by Waffenwerke Brunn (code dot) in occupied Czechoslovakia. All parts are WWII German. It has its original receiver (fully demilled to BATFE specs so that it cannot be made to fire) which contains the bolt, welded within the receiver. The original barrel is removable and has excellent markings but has a fair amount of pitting to the muzzle (which is not seen when the barrel is in the jacket), the top cover opens so it will accept a display ammo belt, bolt handle moves, sights adjust, safety functions etc. Also an original lafette mount bolt is installed in the rear of the receiver, these are getting more difficult to find with the original receivers. Condition is great and it has at least 8 waffen amts spread across the gun. The bi-pod is also marked dfb with a 1943 date.
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FR-246, WWII US Thompson M1 Submachine Gun (demilled, Non firing display piece) $2799.95
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Very good example of a M1 Thompson made from all original parts with the exception of the bolt. The receiver has been permanently demilled so that it can not be made operational again. The receiver has some minor pitting. A dummy bolt was made so that the gun can be cocked and dry fired. All of the original markigns are still present. The gun is an M1 model and would have originally had a bolt with a moveable firing pin. The gun comes with a demilled 30 round magazine. These guns differed from the M1928's by having a non-removeable stock and these were also only capable of accepting a stick magazing and not a drum. This thompson has a beautiful stock.
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FR-250, 19th Century M1878 Swiss Vetterli Rifle (Antique, original condition) $474.95
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Very Good condition. Good bore. Approximately 85% blueing remaining. Good to Very Good condition stock (has a hairline crack approximately 1 3/4 inches long on the left forearm just below the rear sight). Manufactured at Bern. Unaltered. This is still in its 10.4mm caliber.
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FR-251, 1880s / WWI German M1871 Mauser Rifle $789.95
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1880 dated. Manufactured at Amberg Arsenal. These 11mm rifles were pressed into service due to the arms shortage in Germany during WWI. Rifles like this saw service with reserve troops, POW camp guards, railroad guards, colonial troops and even the Navy. Condition is Very Good. Matching serial numbers, clean bore, white metal (these were not blued), has some patina but no rust or pitting above the stock line. Wood (walnut) has nice grain along with four nice crown M (Kriegsmarine) stamps on the stock. The wood shows light to moderate age and wear. There is an "E" nicely carved in the stock and a 5 1/2 inch long scratch under the forarm. Nice markings. Very nice gun.
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FR-252, 1800s Chilean M1895 Mauser Rifle (Antique, pre-1898 no FFL required) $499.95
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Due to its age, no demil is required. Condition is Very Good with a Fair to Good condition bore, however it is not sold as a shooter. Metal is in Very Good condition, nice clear markings (manufactured in Germany for export by the Lowe firm of Berlin). Blueing is approximately 80%. All matching serial numbers including bolt. Stock shows moderate age and wear with typical dings. Has an 1895 dated stock cartouche. 7mm. Decent rifle.
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FR-255, US Civil War Gallager carbine $1499.95
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Walnut stock has an overall dark appearance. Right side has steel patchbox with a rich dark patina. There is no cartouche visible. Saddle ring and bar are attached to side opposite the lock. There are small dings and scratches across the stock, no cartouche available. Iron buttplate has nice dark patina. The lockplate and the receiver had a matching patina but they have been cleaned. All markings on the lockplate are to the rear of the hammer. Closest to the edge of the lockplate is “GALLAGER’S PATENT, JULY 14th 1860” in two lines. This stamping is sharp and clear. Closer to the hammer is “MANUFACTd BY RICHARDSON & OVERMAN PHILADELPHIA.” This stamping is in three lines and is very light, especially at center. Clearly stamped below this second marking is the serial number 10227. As stated above, the receiver and lockplate have been cleaned but the top of the hammer and the barrel tang retain their dark patina. Action works good and original nipple is present. Loading action is good. Loading lever and trigger tang match the darker color of the hammer and barrel tang. The barrel starts out bright where it meets the receiver and in the area of the rear site, but gets darker as you move forward. Bore is pitted but still does have a fair amount of rifling present.
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FR-259, North-West Rebellion Era Canadian MkII Martini-Henry rifle (Antique) $589.95
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This is the commercial version of the Martini. Manufactured by London Small Arms (LSA). The receiver has the Martini commercial proof and the Canadian Broad Arrow stamp, so this could have seen service in the 1885 Rebellion. It has the early short lever and a mount for the sword bayonet. Caliber is .450. It is in Good condition. The metal has a brown patina with a few spots of light pitting above the stock line, mainly on the barrel. Metal markings are clear. The rear sight ladder is broken / missing. There are no stock cartouches but the letters "pea" are carved in 1/4 inch tall letters. There is also an arrow type design. Action functions. Cleaning rod and sling swings. These rifles could take either a bladed sword bayonet or a spike bayonet. This one comes with a spike bayonet and scabbard. Both are in Very Good condition, although the bayonet blade was shortened approximately 5 inches (probably due to a damaged tip).
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FR-261, WWII US M1903A3 Springfield Rifle (demilled, non-firing) $399.95
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Good+ condition. Manufactured by Remington. Has a 9-43 dated Remington (RA) barrel. Metal is in Very Good condition, it shows light to moderate age and wear with no pitting or rust. Walnut stock has nice grain and patina. It shows overall moderate age and wear, but has 3 semi-hairline cracks at the tang. The demil is internal and does not effect external appearance or bolt function. Accordingly it looks and feels like a live firearm and does everything but fire.
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FR-262, WWII German MG34 Machinegun 1942 dated mfg "cra" (demilled/ non-functional) $3999.95
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Very Good condition. 1942 dated gun with mixed parts from cra 1942 (barrel jacket). Made by Maget of Berlin, which was a subsidiary of Rhinemetall (Code cra) which is a rare manufacturer. All parts are WWII German. It has its original receiver (fully demilled to BATFE specs so that it cannot be made to fire) which contains the bolt, welded within the receiver. The receiver does not have numbers or a manufacturer but it does have three faint waffen amts on the left rear of the receiver. The left rear Bakelite grip has a chip in it. The original barrel is removable and has excellent markings and is in pristine condition (mfg by cyq in 41) with 5 waffen amts, the top cover opens so it will accept a display ammo belt and is marked bpr with two nice waffen amts, bolt handle moves, sights adjust, safety functions etc. Condition is great and it has at least 9 total waffen amts spread across the gun. The bi-pod is also marked 98e with two waffen amts. unmarked Bakelite butt stock also included.
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FR-275, Early Victorian Era (1845) British Military Tower Pistol $849.95
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Very GOod condition. Nicely marked side plate with Victoria's Crown. Moderate+ pitting to barrel around nipple area and on hammer, otherwise pretty clean. Lock functions (but not sold as a shooter). Approxiamtely .60 caliber brass fittings. Has two proof marks on barrel (difficult to make out). Also has initials "JW" on stock opposite lock. Loading lever is an aged replacement which looks correct and its hinge pin is slightly loose on one side. Nice lookng pistol.
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FR-280 WWI US Warner Swasey scope mount (reproduction) for 1903 Springfield $99.95
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This is an almost exact reproduction of the pattern 1908 Warner Swasey scope mount. In the photos the lighter colored mount is the reproduction. These mount perfectly to the pattern 1908 and 1913 Warner Swasey scopes. Price is for one mount. Attaching screws not included. The mount will be blued.
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FR-290, WWII British & Commonwealth MkI Bren Gun (Demilled, non-firing) $1199.95
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Very Good condition. 1941 dated and Enfield Arsenal marked. Original receiver (demilled to BATFE specs) is non-functional but externally looks great. Markings are fully intact. Bolt handle moves correctly but does not move the bolt inside. All external parts and mechanisms that should move do so (safety, trigger, bolt and carry handles and magazine is removealbe, sights move etc.) Has original web sling and magazine (california legal). The MkI's are rarer than the mkII's. Makes a great display piece. Looks and feels like a live gun.
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FR-292, WWII British MkV Sten Gun (non-firing with dummy receiver) $549.95
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WWII British Sten with a non-operatioinal solid aluminum dummy receiver. All other parts are original. Magazine housing has both post war Indian Army markings (top) and original British markings with Broad Arrow (bottom). Comes with sling, bayonet, and British Broad Arrow proofed mag (non-functioning). The MkV Sten was used extensively by the paratroopers. Neat looking display gun, getting hard to find!
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FR-296, WWII British No.1 Mk5 1 Inch Caliber Flare Pistol $174.95
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WWII version of the Bell shaped muzzle brass pistol used in WWI and early WWII. THis style uses stamped steel parts but retains the flared muzzle. Condition is Very Good. Approximately 85% blued finish remains. Has clear markings. Has correct aluminum grips. Broad Arrow proof mark. Lower left side of frame near front. Has matching numbers. Not considered a firearm under US federal law.
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FR-349, Reproduction Flintlock Rifle $249.95
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Good condition with some minor rust spotting on the blued barrel. Functional, however it must be checked by a gunsmith prior to use. Kentucky style civilian rifle.
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FR-354, WWII US Officer's Private Purchase M1911 .45 Holster $89.95
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Nice russet tan color. Very Good condition. Differs from issue type by use of stamp. Has staining to top.
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FR-363, Korea War Era US M-1 Garand Rifle (demilled – nonfiring) $699.95
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Very Good condition. Springfield Arsenal produced example circa 1954. Wood and metal show light to moderate use / wear. Demil is internal so while you cannot make it fire it still cocks and you con dry fire it / field strip it. And most importantly it looks and feels like a live rifle. Perfect for display. Although serial numbers show post war manufacture it is virtually identical to WWII.
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FR-367, WWII German P-08 Luger Holster $249.95
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Very Good condition. Supple black leather with nice patina. Shows light to moderate wear. Has faint Waffen amt and “P08” markings. Straps were resewn. Has four ¼ inch repaired holes on back. Nice looking, complete holster. A few scuff marks but no real surface age cracks.
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FR-370, WWII Soviet PPsh41 Submachinegun (Deactivated, nonfiring, display gun) $1199.95
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Very Good condition. 1942 dated. All original except for the demilled receiver which has been nicely blended with the original parts. Additionaly we have included a faux bolt system made from original parts, that allows you to cock and dry fire it. Accordingly this feels like a live SMG yet cannot be made to fire so it is considered a "non-gun" under US Federal Law. Own this classic gun of WWII and Korea that was frequently carried by the Germans when captured!
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FR-371, Reproduction USMC Leather Holster $34.95
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Very Good condition with elegant USMC stamp on flap.
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FR-372, Reproduction WWI US Kerr Rifle Sling $29.95
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Unused condition.
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FR-373, WWII German MG34 Light Machine Gun (Deactivated, non-firing, "Non-Gun") $1999.95
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Very Good condtiion. All original WWII parts except for bipod. Has at least 8 waffen amts, dark brown Bakelite grips, nice wooden butt stock. Top cover opens, has moveable charging handle (no bolt). WIll take belt or feed drum for display. Classic WWII German Light Machine Gun! The maker and date were "scrubbed" off for post war use (but it is definitely a WWII gun) so it is priced accordingly.
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FR-374, WWII Soviet DP-28 Light Machine Gun (Deactivated, non firing, "Non Gun") $1299.95
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Very Good condtiion. 1943 dated. Deactivated to US Federal standards. It is a "Non Gun" but feels and looks like a live machine gun. Made from all original parts. You can cock and dry fire it, drum (deactivated to California Standards) is removeable, saftey and deadman's switch work, sights adjust, etc. Deactivation is internal and doese not effect external appearance. Classic Soviet light machine gun that saw service from WWII through Korea and Vietnam.
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FR-375, WWII US M1911A1 Barrel $49.95
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"HS" marked for High Standard Company production. Condition is Good. Externally it is Good to Very Good and the bore is Fair with moderate pitting.
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FR-376, WWII US M1916 .45 Holster $69.95
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Good+ condition example with nice patina to leather. Undated.
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FR-378, Civil War Era British P-1856 Enfield Carbine $699.95
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Good condition. Worn example of this rare carbine. The lock on this one has an 1857 date, was made at the Tower of London Armory and has the Victorian crown. Some of these were imported to the US during the Civil War, seeing service with cavalry units in both the North and South. There are no markings on this to indicate where it saw service. The wood is scarred and worn with a repaired break underneath by the trigger guard. The action functions (but this is not sold as a shooter). Metal has a brownish patina but no real rust or pitting. Just overall age and wear.
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FR-379, REPRODUCTION P-1856 British Enfield Cavalry Carbine $229.95
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Older copy probably from the 1960s or 1970s. It has a nice aged look to it. The wood's grain is attractive and it has an appealing patina. Lock functions nicely, but this black powder carbine is not sold as a shooter. It has a replacement ram rod. Overall condition is Very Good. There are no maker markings, but someone has stamped "FIN" on the barrel and has lightly etched in what looks like a driver's license number.
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FR-380, WWII German MG34 Machinegun (Non-Gun, demilled, display copy) $2595.95
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All original parts but rendered inoperable to BATF specifications. Very Good condition. Receiver is 1945 and has maker's code dot for the Brno factory in occupied Czechoslovakia. There is a faint waffen amt on the receiver. A nice large clear one on the top cover. A worn one on the wooden stock and probably a couple more spread over the gun. There is no bolt (lower receiver is filled with weld which you cannot see until you open the top cover.) The barrel and flash hider are removeable, the bolt handle moves and the trigger moves so you can simulate firing it. The sights also adjust. The bipod is a Post War replacement. It will accept an Anti-Aircraft sight and a belt of dummy ammo or a drum (not included). An impressive display piece that cannot be made to fire.
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FR-382, 1880s Afghan Army Carbine (Antique, no FFL required) $799.95
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Afghan Army cavalry Martini-Henry carbine. British made by the Braendlin Armory Co. and so marked o nthe receiver. It has the correct proofs on the barrel and top of the reciever. Its seen years of service. The blueing is worn and the metal has a brown patina (not rust) and surprisingly no pitting on the outside. The wood shows age and wear, nothing too dramatic except for a 3 inch crack in the butt (which should be repairable). Bore a bit rough but strong rifling remains. Butt plate is Afghan marked. Cleaning rod is a replacement. Functions but not sold as shooter. Original sling. Overall Good+ condition.
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FR-383, Wells Fargo M1889 Remington 10 Guage Double Hammer Shotgun $1499.95
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Circa 1890. Very Good+ condition. Has 23 7/8 inch barrels. Originally marked "W.F.&Co. Ex" with an issue number. The issue number was blocked out and it was restamped "WF&Co" with a new number. Up until 1915, Wells Fargo had an express company and this would have been carried by their guards. In 1915 their express company was sold to Railway Express Company. At that time, this gun would have been remarked and used by Wells Fargo Bank guards. These guns are always controversial as each office bought their own guns and had them marked and there are no records available to confirm authenticity. This came to us from the grandson of a Wells Fargo regional manager who retired in the 1960s. Condition is Very Good+. Blueing has browned a bit with age. Clean with no issues.
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FR-385, WWII Soviet PPsh41 Submachinegun (Deactivated, nonfiring, display gun with dummy bolt) $1199.95
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Very Good condition. Also known as Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina. The PPSh was a magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun using an open-bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it could be loaded with either a box or drum magazine, and fired the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round. 1942 dated. All original except for the demilled receiver which has been nicely blended with the original parts. Additionaly we have included a faux bolt system made from original parts, that allows you to cock and dry fire it. Accordingly this feels like a live SMG yet cannot be made to fire so it is considered a "non-gun" under US Federal Law. Own this classic gun of WWII and Korea that was frequently carried by the Germans when captured!
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FR-388, WWII German MG34 Machinegun 1942 dated mfg "bnz" (demilled/ non-functional) $3699.95
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Very Good condition. 1941 dated gun made by Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG, Steyr (Code bnz). All parts are WWII German. It has its original receiver (fully demilled to BATFE specs so that it cannot be made to fire). The receiver does retain the original serial number. The left Bakelite grip has a chip in it. The original barrel is removable and has excellent markings, the top cover opens so it will accept a display ammo belt and is marked clc with two nice waffen amts, bolt handle moves, sights adjust, safety functions etc. Condition is great and it has at least 7 total waffen amts spread across the gun. Wood butt stock also included.
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Fr-395 WW I / WW II Italian M1889 Glisenti Revolver (Demilled Non-Firing) $424.95
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This is a VG example of the officer's model of this revolver, having folding trigger. It was manufactured in Brescia, Italy in 1916 by the Castelli Arms Firm. It is a double action weapon and the action works nicely. The folding trigger drops when the hammer is cocked. The shell ejector works well. Markings are clear, grips nice and side plate opens. It looks and feels like a live weapon as the demil (done to BATF specs) is internal. Accordingly, it does just about everything a live gun does but shoot. They used these in WW II as well.
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FR-396 WW II German P-38 Softshell Holster $189.95
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This P-38 softshell holster is in good to very good condition and is 1944 dated with a makers code of CXB for the Rheinland firm of Moll Lederwarenfabrik. Shows moderate use and wear. One of the belt loops has a slit in it but is otherwise intact. w
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FR-402, WWII Turkish M98/22 Mauser Rifle LIVE FIREARM FFL or C&R REQUIRED $299.95
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We will demil this rifle upon request for a $25.00 fee, then no license is needed for purchase. Very Good+ condition. Manufactured in Czechoslovakia for export in the 1920s. 7.92mm (8mm) caliber. Basically a M98 Mauser with the more modern (for that time) rear sight. Sight markings are in Turkish. Non matching serial numbers. Bolt has a crescent moon on handle. Has faint import mark on muzzle. Most Turkish rifles are beat, but not this one. I suspect it was arsenal refinished bu the markings remain strong and clear. Blueing is approximately 95% and the bore is bright and clean. After being checked by a gunsmith (headspace is always an issue on this old military rifle and needs to be checked by a competent gunsmith before firing) this could make a nice shooter, however we sell it as a collector's item only. Wood stock is equally nice and still has several cartouches. Without a doubt, the cleanest Turkish rifle I've seen.
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FR-413,WWII Soviet PPsh41 Submachinegun (Deactivated, nonfiring, display gun) $1249.95
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Very Good condition. Also known as Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina. The PPSh was a magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun using an open-bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it could be loaded with either a box or drum magazine, and fired the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round. 1942 dated. All original except for the demilled receiver which has been nicely blended with the original parts. Additionally we have included a faux bolt system made from original parts, that allows you to cock and dry fire it. This is really desirable and makes it stand apart from the rest of the demilled guns. Accordingly this feels like a live SMG yet cannot be made to fire so it is considered a "non-gun" under US Federal Law. Own this classic gun of WWII and the Korean war that was frequently carried by the Germans when captured!
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FR-414, II Soviet Ppsh 41 Submachine Gun (demilled – non firing) $999.95
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VG, all original parts mounted on a solid steel non functioning dummy receiver. Bolt handle does not pull or move. Trigger pulls and snaps, safety functions, 72 Round Drum (magazine is demilled) is removable, sights adjust and although it does not cock the bolt handle safety still functions. 1942 dated. Overall very clean. Comes with original sling and magazine pouch. The Ppsh41 was an iconic Soviet submachine gun of WWII and was often carried by the German combat troops who captured it. These guns saw service in Korea and Vietnam too.
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FR-415, US Deringer Contract M-1814 (parts) Rifle $499.95
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This is a converted and “sporterized” example of a very scarce and early production US martial flintlock rifle. The US M-1814 Rifle was produced in very limited quantities by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, PA and Robert Johnson of Middletown, CT. Each maker was awarded a contract for 2,000 rifles. The rifles were intended to arm additional regiments of riflemen that were raised during the War of 1812, however only a handful (probably less than 100) of the rifles were even delivered prior to the signing of the Treaty of Ghent on December 24, 1814. The rifle was designed by Marine T Wickham, who was at the time a US arms inspector working at the Schuylkill Arsenal (aka Philadelphia Depot) and had formerly been the chief armorer at Harper’s Ferry. The US M-1814 Rifle was a flintlock ignition, muzzle loading rifle with a .54 caliber bore that was rifled with 7 deep grooves. The rifles had a half-octagon, half round iron barrel, and the transition between octagon and round took place at the rear barrel band. The rifle’s 33 ½” barrel was retained by three iron bands. The M-1814 Rifle was produced from 1814 through 1817 and was superseded by the US M-1817 Common Rifle. The M-1814 can be seen to be a stylistic bridge between the earlier M-1803 flintlock rifle produced at Harpers Ferry and the later M-1817. The US M-1814 Rifle offered here is in FINE+ condition. The gun is 100% complete and correct and in its original flintlock configuration. The rifle is well marked throughout, both on the metal and wood. The top flat of the barrel is clearly marked in two lines: H. DERINGER / PHILADA. The lock plate is marked forward of the hammer in three horizontal lines: U.S. / H. DERINGER / PHILDA, although part of the markings hidden by the frizzen spring. The left breech flat is marked with George Flegel’s inspectors F, as well as a P firing proof and the surcharge US. This particular gun is more of a parts gun to be used to restore another rifle. The parts on this gun are exceedingly rare. From the original M1814 this gun was then converted in 1844 to percussion from flintlock to keep up with the current trends of production. The barrel is still rifled however has seen significant use but the most important part is that the barrel has not been altered from its original length or style of ignition system. The conversion used the “cone in barrel system” where they simply drilled a hold threaded and then inserted the percussion cap nipple. The barrel is dated 1843 and still retains the US, inspectors initials, and firing proof marks. Overall the original parts included are: the original (unaltered) barrel, the rear band and spring. The U.S. / H. DERINGER / PHILDA 1844 dated lock plate and screws (missing hammer screw), the trigger guard assembly, patch box, and US marked butt plate. With less than 2000 total of these being produced this is an extremely rare opportunity to complete a rifle with missing parts.
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FR-419, WWII German MG34 Machinegun 1942 dated mfg "cra" (demilled/ non-functional) $3799.95
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Very Good condition. 1942 dated gun made by Maget of Berlin, which was a subsidiary of Rhinemetall (Code cra) which is a rare manufacturer. All parts are WWII German. It has its original receiver (fully demilled to BATFE specs so that it cannot be made to fire), within a welded receiver. The receiver does have serial numbers. The grips are Bakelite. The top cover opens so it will accept a display ammo belt, the bolt handle moves, sights adjust, safety functions etc. Condition is great and it has at least 8 total waffen amts spread across the gun.
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FR-426. WWII German Anti Personnel Rifle Grenade (Deactivated) $124.95
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Good example with traces of paint. Some pitting of paint. Some pitting to head, can’t read date.
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FR-427, WWII Soviet M91/30 Moisin-Nagant Rifle 1943 dated! (museum demil-non firing) $249.95
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VERY Good+ condition example of this venerable workhorse of the Russian Military from 1891 through WWII. This rifle is 1943 dated and has the sickle and hammer crest on its receiver. Stock finish shows some age and wear. It comes with cleaning rod, bayonet, sling, and ammo pouch.
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FR-431, WWII Soviet M91/30 Moisin-Nagant Rifle 1943 dated! (museum demil-non firing) $249.95
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VERY Good+ condition example of this venerable workhorse of the Russian Military from 1891 through WWII. This rifle is 1943 dated and has the sickle and hammer crest on its receiver. Stock finish shows some age and wear. It comes with cleaning rod, bayonet, sling, and ammo pouch.
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FR-435, WWII Japanese Type I Carcano Rifle MFG by Beretta (demilled, non-functional). $449.95
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These rifles were built by the Italians for the Japanese Government in 1938-1939 due to the heavy demand placed on Arisaka production. This gun employs a slightly altered Carcano bolt and receiver, a Japanese stock sights and hardware which is very similar to the Type 38 Arisaka rifle (including the two piece butt stock). This rifle also accepts a standard Japanese Arisaka Bayonet. These were used in by all services but saw service especially with the Japanese Naval Landing Force and Base Defense Forces. The rifle is in very good condition other than your usual stock dings and wear from average service use. The bolt functions as normal but can not accept ammunition and has been permanently altered as a display rifle.
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FR-436, WWII Japanese Type I Carcano Rifle (demilled, non-functional). $399.95
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These rifles were built by the Italians for the Japanese Government in 1938-1939 due to the heavy demand placed on Arisaka production. This gun employs a slightly altered Carcano bolt and receiver, a Japanese stock sights and hardware which is very similar to the Type 38 Arisaka rifle (including the two piece butt stock). This rifle also accepts a standard Japanese Arisaka Bayonet. These were used in by all services but saw service especially with the Japanese Naval Landing Force and Base Defense Forces. The rifle is in very good condition other than your usual stock dings and wear from average service use. The bolt functions as normal but can not accept ammunition and has been permanently altered as a display rifle.
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FR-440, WWII German MG34 Machinegun 1942 dated mfg "ar" or Mauser (demilled/ non-functional) $3899.95
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Very Good condition. 1942 dated gun made by Mauser-Werke AG, Werke Borsigwalde, in Berlin "ar". All parts are WWII German. It has its original receiver with a single waffen amt stamped of the left side (fully demilled to BATFE specs so that it cannot be made to fire) flat steel plate is welded within the receiver. The receiver does have serial numbers however as part of the demill it has been cut down through the numbers and it does have one faint waffen amt on the left rear of the receiver. The grips are aluminum. The top cover opens so it will accept a display ammo belt, the bolt handle moves, sights adjust, safety functions etc. Condition is great and it has at least 10 total waffen amts spread across the gun. The wood butt stock is marked "cww" 1942 and has an excellent waffen amt. The removable barrel is also in excellent condition and beautifully marked! very nice demilled gun!
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FR-448. WWII British Enfield Butt Stock Oiler. $9.95
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These Bakelite or plastic oilers went in the rifles butt trap (either the No.1 MK III or the No. 4 MK I). Condition is good – VG (may need some easy cleaning).
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FR-449. WWII British Enfield Butt Stock Oiler – set of 2 $16.95
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These Bakelite or plastic oilers went in the rifles butt trap (either the No.1 MK III or the No. 4 MK I). Condition is good – VG (may need some easy cleaning). Price is for 2.
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FR-457, Korean War Era US M-1 Garand Rifle Sling $24.95
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Very Good condition. Showing light use and age.
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FR-459. WWI German “Egg” Grenade $119.95
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Nice condition, non-dug. Partial fuze.
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FR-463, WWII German Mauser Rifle Grenade launcher, pouch and Anti-Personnel deactivated grenade (NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA) $589.95
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This is a great grouping. This is a set of three pieces. A WWII German Mauser Rifle Grenade launcher, the pouch for the launcher dated 1942 and an original anti-personnel rifle grenade dated 1943-1944. The launcher has been painted due to some light to moderate pitting across the surface. Overall its not terrible and does not affect the overall appearance of the launcher. The muzzle clamps work so that it can be put onto the muzzle of a standard Mauser rifle. The official name was Schiessbecher or cup launcher. The pouch is in near mint condition and has the Afrika Korps style webbing strap. The leather is almost perfect with the exception of minor storage/ service wear. It is dated 1942 with a mfg mark of "CXB" and it has one strong "Waffen Amt" stamping above the date. The inside has little to no staining present. The Anti-personnel rifle grenade is in very good condition with the exception of a area of missing paint to the head of the round. The condition is so good that 75% to 80% of the original paint remains as well as the original string in the base of the grenade to activate it as a hand grenade. These could be used either way by firing it out of a rifle or by pulling the base and throwing it like a regular grenade. The paint around the body of the grenade displays a 1943 date where as the Bakelite cap displays a 1944 date. This has been deactivated. Overall a great way to get a nice rifle grenade display for your Mauser rifle.
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FR-487. Spanish-American War 11.15 x 58r mm Cartridges - Set of 6 $9.95
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Original Spanish ammunition dating from the late 1800, as used by Spanish troops armed with the Remington Rolling Block Rifles. Sold as collector’s item. NOT FOR SHOOTING. No international orders! ITEM PRICE OF $9.95 IS FOR 6 CARTRIDGES.
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FR-493, WWII German 20mm (2cm) Flak Rounds (Inert) $69.95
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Deactivated examples of these light anti-aircraft rounds (The "rattle" is to show they have benn emptied / deactivated). Good to Very Good condition. All will have stamped markings (dates, maker's codes and waffen amts). Some will have paint markings. These are the style with the lacquered steel cases. There may be some pitting / light corrosion.
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FR-496. WW II German Anti-Personnel Rifle Grenade $124.95
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This WW II German anti-personnel rifle grenade is in good to very good condition with some light to moderate pitting. Approximately 30 - 40% of the yellow paint remains. Some markings are readable. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN. OUR CHOICE.
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FR-508, WWII British .303 5 Round Stripper Clips SET OF 3 $5.95
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Very Good condition. Came from a 1945 dated package of them. PRICE IS FOR THREE.
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FR-510. WWI U.S. .45cal Holster and Leather Hanger $149.95
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Holster is undated and MFG by “Western MFG Co.” Leather is in good condition with some crazing. Leather hanger is very good condition and is mfg in 1921 by Jefferson QMD.
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FR-517 WW II US M1917A1 Machine Gun Condensor Hose with Brass Fittings $59.95
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This is a new condition, unissued still in the sealed foil wrap hose.
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FR-518 WW II US M1917A1 Machinegun Condensor Hose with Brass Fittings $59.95
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This hose is in new condition, unissued and still in the sealed foil wrap.
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FR-521, WWII US M1A Thompson Style Submachine Gun Butt Stock $59.95
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Original US GI, unissued \, still in paper wrap. Wrap is in poor condition. These are stripped, no metal parts except for the metal reenforcement stud. Mint condition. Quality walnut.
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FR-523 WW II US Water Proofs Invasion Bags (Price for one) $7.95
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These soft plastic bags are approximately 17" x 8". Except for the dates, these are identical to those issued for D-Day. Condition is VG+. Feb 45 dated and labeled for pistols and personal effects. See FR-524 for the purchase of 3 for $19.95.
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FR-524 WW II US Waterproof Invasion Bags (Price for Three) $19.95
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These soft plastic bags are approximately 17" x 8". Except for the dates, these are identical to those issued for D-Day. Condition is VG+. Feb 45 dated and labeled for pistols and personal effects. Price is for 3. See FR-523 for the purchase of 1 for $7.95.
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FR-526, WWII Japanese Arisaka Rifle Cleaning Rods (reproduction). $18.95
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Buy that missing rod to complete your rifle. No markings, two piece design (head screws on separately). Once mounted, looks to be one piece. We have 2 lengths: 21 5/16” and 23 13/16”.
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FR-528. WWII Thompson/M-3 “Grease Gun” Cleaning Rods - Steel Jag Tip Style. $16.95
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Original issue rods for these classic allied submachine guns. Overall length 16 ¼”
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FR-531. WWII US Front Sight Hoods for M1903 and 03-A3 Springfields $9.95
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New old stock items in mint condition, still in their protective cosmoline and straight from the quartermaster’s box. Box is not for sale. One hood has been cleaned for display purposes.
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FR-534. WW II British Sten Gun Accessories for MKV Sten Gun - Spike Bayonet $12.95
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Spike bayonet and scabbard for use with MKV Sten. Typical example shown.
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FR-535, WWII USMC Grenade Launcher Sights $29.95
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Complete sets, marked USMC, (1944 dated pouch, sight, bracket, screws and instruction sheet). These were for use on the M-1 Garand, M-1 Carbine, and M1903 / M1903A3 Rifles. Condition is unused, near excellent with storage age / some soiling.
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FR-539. WW II German MG 34/42 Rubber Muzzle Covers $7.95
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FR-548, WWII German MG13 Double Barrel Carrier $99.95
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Very Good condition. Has two cleaning rods.
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FR-549, WWII German MG13 Double Barrel Carrier $99.95
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Very Good condition. Has two cleaning rods.
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FR-550, WWII German MG13 Single Barrel Carrier $74.95
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Very Good condition. Has the cleaning rod.
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FR-553, WWII German MG13 Single Barrel Carrier $74.95
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Very Good condition. Has the cleaning rod.
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FR-557, WWII US Sam Browne Belt $99.95
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Approximate size 28-32. Good+ condition. Showing age cracks around belt hole areas. Made by Alco Manufacturing. San Francisco. One age spot to buckle.
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FR-558. WWI/WWII French Rifle slings. BACK IN STOCK! $29.95
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These leather slings fit the Berthier (Lebel) rifles and carbines, M.A.S. 36 rifles along with their light M.G.'s and even the M.A.S. 38 submachine gun. These will clean up to V.G. condition.
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FR-561, WWI US Kerr Rifle Sling for M1917 Enfield Rifle $109.95
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Good+ condition. Soiled and a few rust stains. No real damage. May clean up with some TLC.
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FR-566, WWII Japanese Type 99 Arisaka Rifle (Demilled - nonfiring) $274.95
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Very Good condition example of a 4th series rifle manufactured by Izawa Jyuko Firm of Osaka under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. This series did not have the monopod, but still had the anti-aircraft sights. On this one the AA sights are missing (a common field modification done by Japanes troops). It is otherwise complete, including the dust cover. It shows moderate use/wear with typical dings and scratches. The metal is nice with approximately 80+% original blueing. The mum was ground, but we have restored it so that it looks intact (Using a special surface application of our own design). The mum looks correct with even close inspection. The demil is internal and does not effect its appearance. It also allows the bolt to function. You can field strip it, dry fire it, etc. Everything but shoot it.
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FR-574. WWI US M1916 .45 Holster $79.95
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Undated example is maker marked (S&R) and has inspector’s initials (J.P.C.). It is in good condition with light surface cracking and a few small places where the finish has rubbed off. Overall leather has a nice patina.
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FR-579, WWII US M1 Carbine Sling with Oiler $49.95
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Excellent condition. FInish Up your M1 display! TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-582. WWII US 3 Pocket Grenade Pouch $49.95
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Nicely dated 1944 under top pouch flap. Nice US and maker’s mark. Over VG condition, and appears unissued.
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FR-583. WWII US Army 3 Pocket Grenade Pouch $49.95
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1944 dated. Good+ condition, with maker and date under flap. Stamps on back.
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FR-584, WWI German Mauser Stripper Clips - Set of 5 $9.95
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Very Good condition steel examples. Unmakred. May have some light corrosion spotting (if so, an easy clean up).
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FR-585. WWII U.S. M1916 .45 Holster $109.95
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Good – Very Good condition. Manufactured by Walsh and dated 1944. Dark brown leather remains supple. No flaking. Has original rawhide tie.
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FR-590, WWI British Leather Slings for the No.1 Mk III Enfield Rifle $34.95
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Good to Very Good condition. Complete with brass buckle and button. Leather remains supple and strong. These early slings are very difficult to find as they were used mainly at the beginning if the war, being replaced with web slings from mid 1915 on. No apparent markings. TYPICAL EXAMPLE SHOWN
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FR-593. WWII Soviet Rifle/Carbine Metal Oil Bottle $2.95
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Empty, but with some trace oil in some bottles
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FR-597, WWII .303 British Enfield Rifle Blank Cartridges (2 bundles) $14.95
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1943 manufactured in New Zealand, 10 cartridges per paper bundle. Price is for two bundles.
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FR-604. WWII German Muzzle Covers used on Rifles $3.95
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FR-607, WWII U.S. Rifle Bore Cleaner. $4.99
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These cans are original rifle bore cleaner made during WWII for use in the M1 Garand, Carbine, Thompson or BAR. The cans came right out of the original packaging crate dated 1944.
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FR-608. M-1 Garand Grease Pots - Set of 3. $2.99
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These go into the butt stock trap. Sold in quantities of 3 for $2.99.
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FR-609. WWII German P-38 Soft Shell Holster $224.95
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Late war (1944 dated) example MF6. Code FKX (Gustav Sudbrack, Bielefeld) nice clear markings including Waffen amt. Single digit 4 for 44 date. Some age cracking but leather supple. Safety strap a bit weak. Overall good – VG, with nice patina.
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FR-611. WWII British Lewis Gun Drum Pouch. $39.95
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VG, nicely marked with broad arrow proof and wartime dates. Looks unissued with some storage age and wear.
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FR-614 WW I US Leather M1903 Springfield Rifle Scabbard $259.95
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These scabbards were designed for use with the cavalry but many saw use on vehicles in WW I and WW II. This scabbard is in good condition plus with only minor cracking/crazing to the leather around the mouth. 10-1918 dated and manufactured by "J.C.C. Co.". The straps are stiff and the top one is broken and missing the buckle. Straps could not be used.
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FR-618. Indian War Era US Large Frame Revolver Holster $159.95
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Private purchase leather flap, military style holster. Should fit a Colt Army or similar frame. Condition good – VG, leather supple with nice patina. Age cracking along flap bend, some flaking near muzzle. Nose cap removed for drainage as was the custom. Copper rivets back up stitching, which is a bit loose. Nice vintage holster, faint maker’s cartouche inside.
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FR-620 WW II US Ammo Cans, Collector's Grade $39.95
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These are VG examples of the WW II produced "3-D" cans with raised ordnance bomb device. Remained in service through Vietnam War. May have some rust spotting and moderate age and wear to paint, 90%+ remains. No significant dings and they are fully serviceable. Markings are intact. These may have been reissued for .30 cal use.Typical example shown.
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FR-621. WWII German Soft Shell P-38 Holster $224.95
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VG example of pebble grain leather holster. Shows light wear. Leather is strong and supple. Clear markings maker code: CXB (Moll Lederewaren Fabrik, 60CH, Rhineland). Shows 1944 production date.
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FR-631, WWI US M1916 .45 Holster $169.95
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Very Good condition, nice patina and supple. 1917 dated, manufactured by Sears. Has original rawhide rie cord (a bit worn).
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FR-634. WWII German Luftwaffe Muzzle Cover $16.95
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Cover is for Portuguese contract Mauser adopted by LW Waffen marked. Typical example shown.
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FR-639. WWII German Luftwaffe P-38 Holster $124.95
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Fair to good example that displays as VG. Unfortunately it was internally altered to accept a larger gun* (probably a US .45 auto) by cutting the body front under the flap. Additionally the rear of the holster was cut to fit onto a US pistol belt and one of the original leather belt loops is missing. This said it is actually a good looking holster from the front and looks unaltered with the flap down. Rear has P-38 stamp 44 date and faint waffen amt. Brown Luftwaffe holsters are hard to find. Bargain priced. *will still hold P-38.
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FR-644. WWI US M1916 .45 Pistol Holster $159.95
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VG example of a 1917 dated holster with clear markings. (Perkins Cambell 1917 R.J.M.) Dark brown leather is nice and supple with great patina.
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FR-651. WWI US Kerr Sling (Rifle) $79.95
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Originally designed for the 1917 Enfield Rifle it could be used on any US rifle. Sling is in fair to good condition to good condition with one section of fraying and some minor staining.
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FR-652, Span-Am War Spanish 11mm Mauser Cartridge, 20 Round Box $49.95
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Made by UMC under contract for the Spanish, but never delivered due to the war. UMC later boxed these up for commercial sale in the early 1900s. Cartridges are in Very Good condition, may have some light surface corrosion. Sold for collector purposes only. Bases unmarked. Box is in GOod to Very Good condition. Some wear to label.
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FR-653. WWII German MG34/MG42, 50 Round Ammo Belts and Starter Tabs $29.95
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In Good-VG (or better) condition. (FR-653t) No date, no Waffenamt maker code - cvc (FR-653u) (2 available) No date, no Waffenamt and maker code - cvo. Typical example shown
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FR-655. MG34/MG42 Starter Tabs $12.95
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No markings
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FR-656, WWII US Grenade Launcher Sets $29.95
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Complete sets (1944 dated pouch, sight, bracket, screws and instruction sheet). These were for use on the M-1 Garand, M-1 Carbine, and M1903 / M1903A3 Rifles. Condition is unused, near excellent with storage age / some soiling.
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FR-658. WWII German 20 mm Cannon Powder Bags. $9.95
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Grade 1 clear markings and dates.
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FR-659 WWII German 20mm Cannon Powder Bags. $3.95
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Grade II unmarked or markings not illegible.
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FR-663. Indian War/Span-Am War U.S. M1879 Springfield Rifle Tool. $29.95
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VG, nicely marked. Goes inside the McKeever Pouch.
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FR-665. WWII US Army Cavalry Scabbard for M-1 Rifle $299.95
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Very rare and desirable 1939 date with Jefferson Quartermaster Depot cartouche. Condition is VG showing light to moderate use. Leather is “supple” - not dried or flaking although it is ridged as originally designed. Complete with both straps, one of which has inspector’s cartouches. Leather has some surface crazing with a few dings, but is overall one of the nicest we’ve had. It has a nice rich brown patina. Never seen one with this early date.
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FR-667. WWII U.S. Rifle Muzzle Cover. $8.95
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VG+, each is maker marked and dated. These were used on the M-1Rifle, M-1 Carbine, Thompson SMG, ’03 Springfield and B.A.R.
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FR-669, Plastic AK-47 or SKS 30 Round Magazine $39.95
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NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA. Unsure if it is for an AK-47 or an SKS. This came to us in the bottom of a box of stuff from a deceased USMC vet. Manufactured by Cobray. Plastic or polymer construction. In Good, but Used condition.
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FR-679. 1950’s Swiss Army ST6W.57 Rifle Magazine $49.95
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VG condition. NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA.
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FR-683. WWI French Lebel (Bertheir) Rifle/Carbine “Stripper” Clips – 3 shot type PRICE IS FOR ONE $19.95
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Original French military issue. Although not a true stripper clip, more of an en blocks type, these are needed if you want to fire more than one shot at a time from your gun. Good serviceable condition. Reusable.
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FR-685. WWI French Lebel (Bertheir) Rifle/Carbine “Stripper” Clips – 5 shot type $14.95
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Original French military issue. Although not a true stripper clip, more of an en blocks type, these are needed if you want to fire more than one shot at a time from your gun. Good serviceable condition. Reusable.
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FR-687 Circa 1900 US 8 Inch Coastal Defense Gun Primer System $199.95
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These large guns did not fire a conventional cartridge. Instead the projectile, powder charge and primer were loaded as separate components. This gizmo was the primer system. It is a beautifully machined device that unscrews so that a 12 gauge shotgun blank could be loaded inside. The device was then screwed into the guns breech. The gunner would pull a lanyard attached to the rear activating the firing pin which would fire the blank causing the powder charge to ignite. Sounds complicated and time consuming but a trained crew could actually fire several rounds per minute. Having numerous preloaded primer systems standing by helped. These are in excellent condition and except for a SE# and the number "8" (indicating use in an 8" battery) they are unmarked. Each is approximately 6.5" long and weighs nearly 7 pounds. Certainly an unusual ordnance item that was soon replaced by a more conventional primer. CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIRE THESE. IF YOU HOLD IT WHILE FIRING A BLANK YOU WILL LOSE YOUR HAND! IF YOU FIRE IT WITH A REGULAR SHELL IT WILL BLOW UP SERIOUSLY INJURING YOU. MUST BE 21 YEARS OR OLDER TO PURCHASE.
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FR-697. US Indian Wars M1888 Trapdoor Springfield Butt Plate $69.95
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This is the later rarer cleaning rod/tool door butt plate marked US.
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FR-705 U.S. Civil War M1861 Springfield Rifled Musket (Norfolk Contract) $1099.95
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U.S. Civil War M1861 Springfield Rifled Musket (Norfolk Contract) This is an M1861 Springfield rifled musket produced by Welch, Brown & Company, in Norfolk, Ct. This company delivered 18,000 of these rifles between 1862 and 1863 of which approximately 4,000 were rejected by the government for being an inferior grade. The 1861 Springfield was developed to be the new standard rifle of the U.S. Army. Over 700,000 Model 1861 rifles were produced, with the Springfield Armory increasing its production during the war by contracting out to twenty other firms in the U.S. This particular rifle has been restored due to the stock being cut between the 2nd and 3rd bands. The stock was “duffel” cut under the third band and a new section of stock was added. The color and look between the two sections of the stocks are a perfect match. The ramrod, middle band and rear sight are reproductions the rest of the parts are all original. The barrel is marked with the “V”, “P” and “Eagle Head”, but is undated. The Lock is marked “U.S. Norfolk” and 1863. The stock does still remain a partial inspector cartouche, mainly just the circle around the initials are remaining. Overall an excellent example of a restored M1861 contract rifle.
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FR-708 WWII 1903 Springfield "Bushmaster" Rifle (demilled/ deactivated) $624.95
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This is an original 1903 Springfield which, had already been demilled, and has been converted to a "Bushmaster" rifle. The Bushmaster rifles were produced at the order of Major General Robert Lewis who was Commanding General of the Panama Mobile Force Command 1942. These M1903 Springfield rifles were shortened 6" to more of a carbine length for use by the Jungle Security Platoon while carrying out missions in heavy jungle foliage. They are further described on page 82 and 83 in LTC William Brophy's book "The Springfield 1903 Rifles." "Permission for the alteration of the rifles was granted by the Army Chief of Ordnance, but the work was done in the Ordnance shops at Couozal, Canal Zone. These altered '03's were used by men of the 158th Infantry of the Oaklahoma National Guard who were called into Federal service and were then stationed in the canal zone. They were named Bushmasters after the local snake, a deadly tropical pit viper." This particular 1903 is in very good condition with the stock showing the usual wear of a service rifle, dings and scratches and has a rack number on the stock. It has a 12-32 barrel date and a 1934 dated receiver also Mfg by Springfield.
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FR-712. US Civil War M1842 Springfield Musket $1299.95
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The US Model 1842 Musket was a .69 caliber musket manufactured by Springfield Arsenal in 1848. The 1842 was the last production smoothbore musket produced by the US with approx 275,000 model 1842 muskets being produced at the Springfield and Harper’s Ferry armories between 1844 and 1855. This 1842 Springfield is good to very good condition with the exception of the stock having been cut down as a hunting gun after the Civil War which was common due to the size of the military rifles. The stock has however been repaired (hand carved) back to full length with the same style of wood as the rest of the original stock. The stock was cut under the third band and the new piece added, so looking at the musket you would not be able to tell it has been repaired without disassembling it. The barrel has a light to dark brown patina and scattered light to moderate pitting. The barrel still exhibits the 1848 date on the tang and the eagle head, “V”, “P” on the barrel as it firing and acceptance proofs. The lock still shows the eagle, the 1848 date and the “Spring-field” stamping, with also a fair amount of pitting. The middle, front band and ramrod are authentic reproductions of the original hardware. Overall this would make a great display musket for any Civil War display or for any display over your fireplace.
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FR-717, Realistic Resin Copy of M-16 $199.95
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Great for display!! Will take a sling. May be able to take a bayonet with a little work. Minor cracks and chips. Typical sample shown.
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FR-721 WWII Japanese Type I Carcano Rifle (demilled, non-functional). $399.95
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These rifles were built by the Italians for the Japanese Government in 1938-1939 due to the heavy demand placed on Arisaka production. This gun employs a slightly altered Carcano bolt and receiver, a Japanese stock sights and hardware which is very similar to the Type 38 Arisaka rifle (including the two piece butt stock). This rifle also accepts a standard Japanese Arisaka Bayonet. These were used in by all services but saw service especially with the Japanese Naval Landing Force and Base Defense Forces. The rifle is in very good condition other than your usual stock dings and wear from average service use. The bolt functions as normal but can not accept ammunition and has been permanently altered as a display rifle.
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FR-722 WWII Japanese Training Rifle (Demilled, non-functional) $274.95
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This is a Japanese trainer rifle that was not a converted service rifle. It is a full scale replica of the type 38 and is identical except it has a smooth bore and is made out of milder steel. These fired blanks not live rounds. It is an early example made pre war, so quality and workmanship are notable. Demil means that there is no registration hassle. Bolt functions nicely and it dry fires. Condition is VG++. Just missing its cleaning rod. Would be hard to improve on.
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FR-724. US Civil War M1861 Springfield “Special Model” Colt Rifle $2199.95
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When the war commenced, Colt immediately approached the US War Department with an offer to manufacture as many as 500,000 rifle muskets per year. While Colt’s production estimates were certainly optimistic, his company was known for quality and mass production. After some wrangling, Colt secured a contract for 25,000 muskets of the exact pattern now being made at the United States armory at Springfield. Colt actually had no intention of producing exact replicas of the US M-1861 “Springfield”, but rather a somewhat simplified design of his own that outwardly resembled the M-1861 the Special Model 1861 Rifle Musket was born. Over the next three years, Colt LG&Y and Amoskeag would produce over 185,000 of these guns for US government and several state contracts. 96,500 of the guns were delivered to Ordnance Department by Colt alone. This colt rifle is in good+ condition with all metal parts having an even cleaned patina. The lock is marked 1864, the Colt Mfg markings are still present. All parts are original to the gun as is noted by the lack of barrel band springs, Colt were more similar to the Enfield in design this way, the bands had screws to tighten and hold the bands on. The gun also has an old repair to the butt stock. These Colts are difficult to find among the M1861 Springfield rifles.
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FR-729. Indian/Span-Am War U.S. M1884 Springfield Rifle $699.95
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Good+ example with a nice bore. Has an 1873 dated top cover with late model sight. These rifles went through a series of arsenal modifications during their service years and this one is correct for Span-Am War service. Metal is nice with 80% blue-moderate wear. Markings show some age. Has a nice stock cartouche. Not sold as a shooter. SE # is in range of rifles sent to 125th Regular Oregon National Guard.
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FR-730. Indian Wars/Span-Am War US Army M1888 Springfield Rifle, CAL.45-70 $1049.95
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Although marked M1884, it is correctly referred to as the M1888 due to the addition of the rod bayonet. Condition is VG, with a nice bright bore. It retains 80+% blueing, the stock is nice (except for some chipping around the lock) and has clear cartouches and unit markings and metal markings are also clear. The rod bayonet is also VG.
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FR-733. Early Civil War New England Militia Musket .69Cal. $1199.95
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Basically a lighter version of the federal M1816 musket as sold to the state and local militia units. It even accepts a M1816 bayonet. Originally a flintlock it like most of the other M1816 muskets was converted to percussion in the 1840s. It was made by the R. Ashmore firm and is 1827 dated. Its in good – VG condition : no significant pitting except on barrel near the lock. Overall has a nice brown patina. Clear markings on the lock and barrel. Action works (of course its not a shooter) most fittings are brass. Fore stock has some age cracking. Complete with ramrod muskets like this would have seen service up thru 1861/1862.
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FR-745. Korean War US M-1 Garand Rifle (Museum Grade Demil-Non-firing) $849.95
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VG example of an original 1953 vintage Harrington & Richardson production rifle with a 1953 H&R barrel. Has correct working sights. Demilled to BATF Specs (internally) so that it looks like a live rifle. Additionally you can still cock and dry fire it (although it cannot be made to fire actual ammo). This combo makes it feel/look like a live rifle. Original finish and markings are VG, no pitting. Walnut stock is good + and with typical dings and wear of a service stock. However it has nice patina and grain
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FR-756, Philippine Insurrection Era US Army Rifle Sling $109.95
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Made for the Krag, but since its 1903 dated, it would be appropriate on an early M1903 Springfield too. Produced at Rock Island Arsenal. Well marked, even has inspector's cartouche. Fair to Good condition example. A bit fragile. Has a repair where claw anchors. Overall supple but has some surface cracking. Ok for display. Complete sling.
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FR-778. WWI British No, 1 MK III Enfield Rifle $289.95
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(Fully Demilled to BATF Spec, Non firing – Museum Display Grade) VG example mfg by Enfield and dated 1918. Has old arsenal stock repairs.
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FR-792. WWII US M1903 A3 Springfield Rifle. (museum grade non-firing demil). $499.95
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Very good example of this classic bolt action rifle that saw service throughout the war in both theaters. This example was manufactured by Smith-Corona and has a 1943 dated barrel. Nice stock, has at least two cartouches. This rifle has been demilled to BATF specs and cannot be made to fire. The reciever has been cut under the stock (where it cannot be seen) and marriage welded internally so that it cannot accept/ fire ammunition. Externally it looks and feels exactly like a live rifle. The bolt functions and you can dry fire it. Unless otherwise noted the magazine spring and follower (internal parts) have been removed. Due to deactivation it is no longer considered a firearm (per Federal Law) and is exempt from registration or waiting periods. You still must be over 21 to purchase. Perfect for display. You can own an original historical firearm without the hassle/ liability of owning a live weapon.
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FR-837. WWI Siamese Type 45 Mauser Rifle (Demilled –Nonfiring) $274.95
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Good example of this M1903 rifle that was produced under Mauser license in Japan. These were made for the Siamese (now Thailand) Army. Siam was one of our lesser known Allies in the First World War. Marking are clear and it is complete with dust cover and butt trap. Internal demil does not affect external looks or bolt functioning. An unusual rifle missing from most collections.
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FR-869. WWI Siamese M1903 (Type 45) Mauser Rifle (demilled, museum grade). $349.95
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MFG. by the Japanese under German license at the Tokyo Arsenal for Siam (later re-designated Thailand). Good – VG condition. Has original barrel (most of these were redone to .45-70 by U.S. shooters in the 1960’s/1970’s) and dust cover. Missing interior mag. spring/follower. Bolt still functions. Looks/feels like a live rifle. A rare ally of ours in WWI.
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FR-870, Display Copy of a WWII US M-1 Garand Rifle $149.95
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Decent detail but no markings or moving parts (excluding leather sling which is a quality reproduction). Full size, but weight is much lighter (made of fiberglass and resin). There is some repaired damage to the stock. An inexpensive display piece for the WWII / Korean War collector!
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FR-871. Civil War Era British M1853 Enfield Rifle $599.95
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These were exported to Nepal (a British Ally) for use by their troops in the 1870’s. No British markings remain. It has interesting Nepalese’s markings. Overall good – VG antique condition. Lock functions, has some light spots of pitting, brown patina. Missing front sling swilvel, stock cracked at rear of lock, bore rusting, has original ram rod. Good looking rifle, not sold as a shooter.
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FR-872. WWII Soviet M38 Moisin-Nagant Carbine (museum grade demil, non-firing). $249.95
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VG example, 1943 dated complete with sling and cleaning rod.
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FR-873 Civil War Era British 1853 Enfield Rifle $699.95
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These were exported to Nepal (a British Ally) for use by their troops in the 1870’s. No British markings remain. It has interesting Nepalese’s markings. Overall good – VG antique condition. Lock functions, has some light spots of pitting, brown patina. Stock cracked at rear of lock, bore rusting, has original ram rod. Good looking rifle, not sold as a shooter. w/c
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FR-877. Civil War Era British M1853 Enfield Rifle $699.95
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This one went to Nepal (British Ally) but it could just as easily come to the US as hundreds of thousands of these were imported by the north and south during our civil war. Except for the markings they are identical. This rifle is in good – VG condition and will improve with some TLC and elbow grease. The metal has a nice brown patina with no significant rust or serious pitting. The lock functions and it is complete except for a nipple. But as it is not sold as a shooter that is not a problem. Wood is nice; the brass will shine up nicely if that be your desire. Complete with period sling and ram rod. Distinctive Nepalese markings. Great display piece!
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FR-891. Civil War Era European Artillery/Cavalry Muskatoon. $824.95
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Cute .60 cal 1862 dated gun with attractive brass hardware. Except for the date, the lock is unmarked. There are 3 nice crown proofs on the barrel along with a “P” cartouche. Lock functions nicely. Great plum brown patina. No pitting. Has both a bayonet lug and sling swivels plus a small cavalry ring attached to the trigger guard. Has a hairline crack to the wrist but wood is VG. No cleaning rod. Not sure of origin or Civil War usage, but it could certainly be one of numerous foreign military firearms imported by North & south during the war.
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FR-904 WW II Swiss K-31 Schmidt-Rubin Rifle - Demilled-Non Firing $299.95
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This Swiss K-31 is a very good example of this unique Swiss Army rifle although a neutral nation Switzerland was fully mobilized in WW II as a defense measure against German occupation. This is a museum grade demill although it cannot be made to fire it still looks and feels like a live weapon. The bolt fully functions, dry fires, field strips etc. Deactivation is internal and hidden from the outside. w
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FR-919. Indian War/Span-Am War U.S. M1873 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle. $1089.95
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VG example of a late model 1873 .45-70 rifle. SE# indicates production in 1883. Metal parts are all nice – no pitting or excessive wear with most having 50+% blueing. Markings are clear and bore is bright. Wood shows typical wear and service dings and would rate good. Stock cartouches are present and readable. A 1” K is carved in it just forward of the trigger guard and faint numbers and the letter L are stenciled on the butt. Complete with cleaning rod. Action mechanically functions nicely, but not sold as a shooter due to age.
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FR-920 US Civil War Whitney Plymouth Navy Rifle $2999.95
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U.S. Civil War Whitney Plymouth Navy Rifle. This rifle, dated 1863, was designed under a U.S. Navy contract by the recommendation of Admiral John Dahlgren for use aboard the U.S.S. Plymouth. The U.S.S. Plymouth was designated as a training ship for midshipmen and later served as a test vessel under the command of Commander John Dahlgren. She was scuttled later in Norfolk by U.S. forces for fear she would fall into Confederate hands. This rifle is in near excellent condition the only flaw is that the sight has been replaced by an aged perfect reproduction. The .69cal bore has some wear with little to no rifling remaining. The rest of the rifle is in excellent condition. The wood has its typical compliments of dings and scratches but nothing that detracts from the overall appearance. The inspector’s cartouche is still present opposite the lock plate with the initials of FCW for Frank C. Warner who was the primary inspector on these rifles. This barrel is 34” long and has the oversized bayonet lug for the 27” saber bayonet. The lock shows a slight amount of wear but has a beautiful Eagle design and U.S. Whitney-ville markings. The gun was a product of the Whitney Armory of New Haven, Connecticut. The gun also retains the serial number 3918 with only 10,000 being made between 1863 and 1864. These rifles saw a lot of use on land and sea throughout the war. Overall a great and rare rifle.
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FR-921. Civil War Era European .72cal Rifled Musket $799.95
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VG example of a 2 band Jaeger style rifled musket, probably produced in one of the German States. Thousands of these surplus military arms were imported to the US early in the Civil War, by both the North and the South to meet the needs of their rapidly mobilizing armies. This rifle has an overall length of 47.5”. Short rifles such as these were often issued to NCOs. There are 2 cracks in the stock under the barrel. Metal is nice but most markings are illegible. Actions functions, an attractive gun.
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FR-933, WWII Soviet M1944 Moisin-Nagant Carbine (Museum Grade Demil - Nonfiring) $249.95
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Very Good condition example dated 1945. Has folding bayonet and comes with sling, ammo pouch, oil bottle, and tool kit.
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FR-949. Civil War Era Military School Cadets M1861 Style Musket. $999.95
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Neat 6/10 scale copy of our .38 cal standard Civil War rifle. This gun is in VG condition and is approx .40 cal. It is 42” long. The lock works nicely and the metal is exceptionally fine with only minor pitting around the nipple. It is a Belgian import and except for a proof on the barrel it is unmarked. Complete with ram rod and sling swivels and “cute as a bugs ear”.
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FR-954 WW II Soviet M38 Moisin-Nagant Carbine (Non Firing) $249.95
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This carbine is a VG example. 1941 dated. Has no cleaning rod but does have a sling. These were issued to Cavalry and other specialists troops. It has been internally deactivated so externally it looks and feels like a live Nagant. The bolt fully functions, the sights adjust and the trigger pulls so you can "dry fire it". It just won't accept or fire a cartridge. Accordingly, no registration or waiting period is required.
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FR-973. Uruguayan M1871 Mauser/French Conversion “Daudeteau Rifle” $759.95
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(Antique-Originally MFG. in 1883) The French obtained surplus German m1871 Mauser rifles in the late 1800’s and converted them from 1mm to 6.5mm at their arsenal at St. Denis. These were then sold to the Uruguayan military. These are fairly rare condition is VG, bolt & receiver have matching #’s. Bright bore. Metal retains approx 60% orig. blueing, no rust or pitting. It has all correct arsenal modifications for Uruguayan service, including French sling. Stock has original finish and has moderate dings & scratches. Neat rifle.
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FR-976. WWII Japanese Type 38 Training Rifle $259.95
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This is one of the best of the Japanese trainers that was not a converted service rifle. It is a full scale replica of the type 38 and is identical except it has a smooth bore and is made out of milder steel. These fired blanks not live rounds. It is an early example made pre war, so quality and workmanship are notable. Receiver is unmarked as was original with this example. Has and internal receiver. Demil is there is no registration hassle. Bolt functions nicely and it dry fires. Condition is VG++. Just missing its cleaning rod. Would be hard to improve on.
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FR-982 U.S. Civil War era Belgian import rifled musket .69 caliber $849.95
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This is an example of the style of weapons that both the Federal and Confederate armies were importing early on in the war. As the war broke out representatives from both the Federal and Confederate Governments flooded Europe looking for any weapons to import to the newly expanding armies. This Belgian example is the typical style that they found which closely resembles the U.S. M1842 Springfield musket. This style rifle was quickly becoming obsolete with the newer style of smaller caliber muzzle loaders and especially the much favored breechloaders. This .69 caliber rifle is in overall good to very good condition with only a few minor flaws. One is that it is lacking a butt plate but still displays nicely and the other is that there is a small ¼” hole on the opposite side of the lock. The wrist of the stock also has some minor nicks and hairline cracks. Other than those the rifle is in very good condition and is a very unique design. The bottom of the stock has a flat enclosed ramrod channel, a very unique design folding rear long range site. The metal is an even brown patina with a brass sideplate. Overall an excellent U.S. Civil War era import rifled musket. Also come with a bayonet in good condition marked "DC," a star and "RM." Great display.
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