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Horst Auction Center

    Horst Auction Center

    “The Voices Of Experience”

    Gun Sale

    January 9, 2010 - 9 AM

    R 1. Japanese “Type 99 Arisaka” ser.# 79958. 7.7mm bolt action military rifle made at the Nagoya

    Arsenal. Appears to be the original configuration but has a mismatched bolt, is missing the cleaning

    rod and dust cover, and the receiver “mum” was lightly touched with a grinder. Poor bore. Excellent

    action. 95% arsenal blue with a haze of light rust. Very good hand guard and full length stock have

    the usual dings and scratches. Rusty metal butt plate. (C&R)

    R 2. byf (Mauser) mod. 98 ser.# 6350g. Nazi marked, WW II era, 8X57mm German bolt action military

    rifle dated 1943. Appears to be matching and complete. No import marks visible. Very good bore.

    Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains 85% arsenal blue, thinning and starting to get a

    brownish tint at spots. Very good/excellent hand guard and full length stock were lightly refinished

    leaving a very visible “Eagle WaA135” proof mark. Includes an original leather sling. A nice Mauser!

    (C&R)

    R 3. Japanese “Type 99 Arisaka” ser.# 97163. 7.7mm bolt action military rifle made at the Nagoya

    Arsenal. Missing the dust cover and the receiver “mum” is ground off. Appears to be original,

    otherwise. Matching bolt. Very good bore. Excellent action. 90% arsenal metal finish, thinning and

    turning a bit brown on the trigger guard/floor plate. Hand guard and full length stock have several

    scratches but are above average for one of these rifles. (C&R)

    R 4. Mauser mod. ES340B ser.# 178358. Pre war .22 bolt action self cocking single shot rifle with a 26?”

    barrel and a military style adjustable rear sight. Missing the front sight hood and the front sling

    swivel but all original, otherwise. Grooved receiver. “BUG” proofs. Excellent bore and action. Fairly

    clean metal retains 95% factory blue. Very good, Mauser marked, stock with small dings and

    scratches. Correct metal butt plate. A nice example! (C&R)

    R 5. dot (Waffenwerke Brunn) mod. 98 ser.# 9012r. 8X57mm Czech military Mauser bolt action dated

    1943. Mismatched bolt but no importer‟s marks. Missing the cleaning rod but the original

    configuration. Good dark bore. Excellent action. Metal finish is a worn dark blue/brown. Very good

    laminated hand guard and stock. (C&R)

    R 6. Japanese “Type 99 Arisaka” ser.# 88033. Another Nagoya Arsenal made 7.7mm bolt action military

    rifle, with a ground “mum” and missing the dust cover. Matching bolt. Poor bore. Excellent action.

    Metal finish is a worn thin dark gray. Very good hand guard and full length stock. (C&R)

R 7. bcd (Wilhelm-Gustloff-Werke) mod. 98 ser.# 9327. No import marks on this mismatched Nazi

    marked German 8X57mm bolt action Mauser military rifle. Original configuration and complete.

    Receiver dated 1943. Very good dark bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains 94% arsenal

    finish. Very good, almost excellent, laminated hand guard and stock. Includes a very good correct

    sling. (C&R)

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     8. U. S. Springfield mod. 1880 ser.# 156793. One of the “holy grails” of “trapdoor” rifle collecting!! An

    antique .45-70 single shot military rifle with a sliding triangular ramrod bayonet. 100% original and

    in the correct serial number range. Bore should clean to very good or better. Excellent action.

    Correct “R” marked rear sight. Strong case color on the underside of the breech block. Balance of the

    metal retains 95% original blue but there is a coating of light rust, overall. Full length walnut stock

    with the usual dings and scratches but no serious damage. Correct 1881 cartouche. Only 1001 were

    made 128 years ago, how many could have survived?

    R 9. dot (Waffenwerke Brunn) mod. G33/40 ser.# 1903c. Bolt action 8X57mm Czech military “mountain

    carbine”. Receiver dated 1942. Although the bolt doesn‟t match this is still a tough rifle to find in the

    original configuration. No import marks. Missing the cleaning rod and front sight hood. Nazi proofed.

    Good dark bore. Excellent action. Metal is fairly clean but the finish has worn and thinned to a dark

    blue/gray. Very good laminated hand guard and stock with the correct butt plate. Includes an

    original style sling. (C&R)

    R 10. U. S. Springfield mod. 1903 ser.# 32153. 1903 production .30-06 bolt action military rifle. Appears

    to be all original. Excellent bore. Excellent action although extreme caution is advised if actually

    firing the rifle. In this serial range, the receivers on these rifles are not properly heat treated and are

    considered “too hard”. Metal finish is 98% dark Parkerizing, with a blued trigger guard assembly.

    Dark walnut hand guard and stock were, obviously, arsenal refinished with a rather rough surface

    but still in great condition. Only mark on the stock is a “RA-P” proof. Includes a correct style leather

    sling. (C&R)

    R 11. Winchester mod. 70 FWT ser.# 355336. A superb example of this featherweight .243 Win. standard

    rifle made in 1955. 100% complete, original, and only needs a box to look like new! Not much else to

    be said. The best! (C&R)

    R 12. Rossi-Interarms “The Overland” ser.# T160955. Fine quality Brazilian made 12 ga. double barreled

    hammer gun with side lock plates. 20?” barrels choked modified and modified. 3” chambers. Bores

    will clean to excellent. Like new action. 99% factory blue with a hint of rust on one barrel. Excellent

    plain hardwood beavertail forearm and matching stock. Only a few minor scratches on the wood.

    Excellent butt plate.

     13. E. Remington & Sons #1 “Rolling Block” ser.# 35901. Antique single shot rifle altered into carbine

    configuration. Octagon shaped breech section. Could be .43 Spanish caliber and must be checked.

    Will not chamber a .45-70 cartridge. Folding single blade rear sight. Remington markings on the

    tang. Good/very good bore. Excellent action. Metal shows a trace of rust and 99% of a professional

    reblue. Very good forearm and stock with small wood putty repairs and refinish.

    R 14. Remington mod. 4 ser.# 341316. Vintage .22 single shot, takedown, rolling block rifle. Open sights

    on the round 22?” barrel. Good bore. Excellent action. Receiver retains 99% blue that may be a

    refinish but is difficult to tell. Worn blue/gray/brown barrel finish. Very good plain walnut forearm

    and matching straight grip stock were, also, nicely refinished. Small chip at the tang. Correct metal

    butt plate. (C&R)

R 15. J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. “Crack-Shot” ser.# X0510. A very good example of this .22 single shot

    takedown, falling block, “boy‟s” rifle. 20” round stepped barrel with the original sights and a bore

    that might clean to good. Excellent action. Lots of original case color on the receiver. 89% factory

    blue on the barrel, along with scattered scratches but minimal rust. Very good/excellent plain

    walnut forearm and matching straight grip stock, both showing light scratches and handling marks.

    Very good original butt plate. (C&R)

R 16. Mossberg mod. 835 ser.# UM157345. Takedown slide action shotgun chambered in 3?” 12 ga. 24”

    barrel with a ventilated rib and 4 screw in choke tubes. Excellent bore and action. Metal, synthetic

    forearm, and stock are factory camouflaged and 99+% remains. Factory recoil pad. Includes a camo.

    nylon sling in QD swivels. Gun shows little use.

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    R 17. Remington mod. 6 ser.# A4041568. Deluxe .308 Win. slide action rifle with a detachable magazine.

    Original open sights and a 4X Bushnell scope in a Weaver mount. Excellent bore and action. Clean

    metal has 99% factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut forearm and matching cheek piece stock.

    Excellent butt plate. Includes a leather sling in QD swivels and a spare magazine. Gun shows a few

    tiny handling marks but little actual use.

    R 18. Ruger mod. 77 UL ser.# 78-67844. Light weight compact bolt action rifle chambered in .243 Win.

    20” barrel made without sights. Hinged floor plate. Tang safety. Excellent bore and action. 99+%

    clean factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut stock. Includes a leather sling and a 3-9X Redfield

    scope in the Ruger rings. Gun shows, almost, no use.

    R 19. Mauser mod. 98 ser.# 9370c. WW II era bolt action German military rifle nicely sporterized into a

    hunting gun. Probably still 8X57mm but should be checked. Barrel was turned down and new sights

    installed. Non-professionally, but heavily, relief engraved hinged floor plate with a former owner‟s

    name. Bolt handle altered into a “spoon” shape. Original trigger. New safety. Good dark bore.

    Excellent action. Clean metal retains 99% of a professional reblue. Excellent plain walnut Fajen

    sporter stock with a sculptured cheek piece. Includes swivel studs and a 3-9X Swift scope in see

    through rings.

    R 20. Winchester mod. 24 ser.# 18526. Hammerless 12 ga. double barrel made in 1940. Double triggers

    and extractors. 28” barrels choked full and improved cylinder. 2?” chambers. Very good bores.

    Excellent action. Very thin original blue on the barrels. Receiver worn or cleaned to bare dark gray

    with a bit of non-professional relief engraving. Engraved trigger guard. Very good plain walnut

    forearm. Cracked and chipped butt stock with carving on the pistol grip and a relief carved rabbit on

    the side. Very good butt plate. (C&R)

R 21. Japanese “Type 44” ser.# 32054. An excellent example of this Kokura Arsenal made 6.5mm bolt

    action military carbine with a stacking hook and a folding spike bayonet. The “mum” has been

    ground off, the bolt doesn‟t match, and the dust cover is missing. All original, otherwise. Poor bore

    may clean better. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains most of the arsenal blue, with just a

    hint of cleaned rust residue. Very good hand guard and stock may have a coat of non-original finish.

    Original butt plate has a small, empty, trap. (C&R)

    R 22. Husqvarna mod. 900 ser.# 374582. Top quality Swedish made bolt action sporting rifle chambered

    in 6.5X55mm. 24” barrel made without sights. Black alloy hinged floor plate and trigger guard. Bore

    is dark but may respond to cleaning. Excellent slick action. Very good plain walnut Bishop

    replacement stock with a highly sculptured cheek piece. Swivel studs and a Redfield 3-9X WA scope

    in a Redfield mount, included.

    R 23. Marlin mod. 62 ser.# BC6044. Compact lever action rifle, with a detachable magazine, chambered

    in .30 Carbine. All original except swivel studs. Correct open sights. Receiver factory drilled for a

    scope mount and receiver sight. Excellent “Micro-Groove” bore. Excellent action. Metal retains 98%

    factory blue, with just a hint of rust. Excellent plain walnut Monte Carlo stock. Excellent butt plate.

    A fine example!

    R 24. Ithaca-SKB mod. 900 ser.# S63228. Fine quality Japanese made, recoil operated, 12 ga. takedown

    shotgun with a 30” barrel, ventilated rib, 2?” chamber and full choke. Excellent bore and action.

    Black alloy receiver with “gold” etched game scenes. 98% factory blue on the barrel. Excellent

    checkered walnut forearm may have been lightly “steel wooled”. Very good gloss finished checkered

    stock has a few hunting marks. Excellent butt plate.

    R 25. Husqvarna mod. 4100?? ser.# 203392. Top quality Swedish made light weight bolt action sporting

    rifle chambered in .30-06. 21” barrel made without a rear barrel sight. Hooded ramp front sight.

    Hinged steel floor plate. Like new bore and action. Clean metal has 95% factory gloss blue with a few

    hunting scratches. Excellent checkered walnut, cheek piece, Monte Carlo stock with a schnabel fore-

    end tip. Includes swivel studs and a 3-9X Redfield scope in a Redfield mount. A fine outfit!

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    R 26. Winchester mod. 69A ser.# n/a. The target version of this bolt action .22 rifle. Missing the clip but

    repros and originals are still available. Grooved receiver with the original peep sight. Hooded ramp

    front sight. Bore will clean to excellent. Excellent crisp action. Clean metal retains 97% factory blue.

    Very good plain walnut stock with small dings and scratches.

    R 27. Remington mod. 870 “Express” ser.# X181967M. Slide action takedown 12 ga. shotgun with a 28”

    barrel, vented rib, 3” chamber, and one screw in choke tube. Excellent bore and action. Dark gray

    matte metal finish. Reverse checkered hardwood forearm and matching stock. Factory recoil pad.

    Gun looks like new and may be unfired.

     28. duv (Berliner-Lubecker) single shot ser.# 674. A very good example of this Nazi proofed WW II era thtip open flare pistol. Dated 1942. Part round, part octagon 6 1/8 inch barrel of approx. 37mm.

    Opener on the trigger guard. Hammer fired. Excellent action and a very good bore. Frame stamped

    “ZINK 4”. 90% dark gray phosphate finish. Light blistering at the muzzle. Chip out of one panel of

    the black checkered plastic grips. Lanyard ring intact.

    R 29. Savage mod. 99 ser.# 1007623. Solid frame lever action .300 Sav. rifle with an internal rotary

    magazine. 22” barrel missing the rear sight. “Gold” trigger. Tang safety. Very good bore. Excellent

    action. Strong traces of case color on the lever. Balance of the metal retains 88% factory blue,

    thinning on the receiver bottom. Slight evidence of a little rust. Very good/excellent checkered

    walnut forearm and matching pistol grip stock. Correct steel butt plate. Includes a leather carrying

    strap and a newer Bushnell 3-9X WA scope in Weaver rings.

    R 30. Remington mod. 760 ser.# 7073320. .308 Win. slide action rifle made in 1970. Detachable

    magazine. Original sights. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal shows a few hunting scratches but

    still has 95% factory blue. Very good impressed checkered walnut forearm. Matching stock has a few

    small hunting marks and some mildew residue that may clean off. Excellent butt plate. Includes a

    broad leather carrying strap in QD swivels and a Leupold 3-9X scope in a Pachmayr flip over mount.

    R 31. Waffenfabrik Kommer mod. 4 ser.# 17129. Seldom seen hammerless .32 ACP German semi auto.

    pistol that strongly resembles the FN model 1901. 3?” barrel. Fixed sights. Very good bore and

    action. Metal was heavily buffed and has a non-factory nickel or chrome plated finish. Very good

    checkered hard rubber grips. Includes a period leather flap holster. (C&R)

    R 32. Savage mod. 99 ser.# 773104. Solid frame lever action rifle with a rotary internal magazine.

    Chambered in .300 Sav. Original open sights. Safety on the lever. Very good bore. Excellent action.

    Strong traces of case color on the lever. Clean metal shows a few hunting scratches. 95% factory

    blue, thinning a little on the underside of the receiver. Very good/excellent checkered walnut

    forearm and stock with a few hunting dings in the butt. Correct metal butt plate. Includes a leather

    sling and a 2.5-7X U.S. Weaver scope in a see through mount.

    R 33. Ithaca mod. 37 ser.# 547699. takedown slide action 12 ga. with a plain 28” barrel, 2?” chamber,

    and modified choke. Made in 1954. Excellent bore and action. 88% very thin blue/gray metal finish

    with evidence of cleaned light rust on the barrel. A little edge wear and hunting scratches. Very good

    grooved walnut forearm. Very good checkered stock has an extra coat of varnish and a recoil pad to

    14?” pull. (C&R)

    R 34. Sears mod. 25 ser.# n/a. An fine example of this .22 semi auto., tube fed, rifle made by High

    Standard. Original sights and a grooved receiver. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal still has

    99+% factory blue. Excellent plain walnut stock with a few scratches. Excellent butt plate.

R 35. A. H. Fox “Sterlingworth” ser.# 86977. Philadelphia made box lock hammerless 12 ga. double with

    28” barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Choked full and modified, with 2?” chambers. Made in

    1920. Bores will clean to excellent. Excellent crisp action. Opening lever still angled to the right.

    Clean metal retains 99+% of a professional satin reblue, with traces of old pitting. Excellent

    repointed and refinished splinter forearm. Excellent nicely figured walnut stock could be a

    replacement but it is an excellent match. Recoil pad to 13?” pull. (C&R)

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    R 36. ac (Mauser) mod. P-38 ser.# 1346n (on frame). Upper serial numbered 4216K. Mismatched numbers

    but matching metal finish. A German 9mm double action semi auto. military pistol dated 1942. 5”

    barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Hammer decocking safety. Good dark bore may clean better. Excellent

    action. 98% clean arsenal blue with well struck proof marks. Excellent reddish “flake board” grips. A

    great shooter P-38! (C&R)

    R 37. Radom mod. 1935 ser.# K4210. Austrian made version of the Polish single action 9mm semi auto.

    military pistol. Nazi proofed. 4?” barrel, semi fixed rear sight, hammer decocker, and a grip safety.

    Excellent bore and action. Fairly clean metal has 95% slightly thinning arsenal greenish Parkerized

    like finish with blued small parts. Very good horizontally grooved wooden grips. A fine example! (C&R)

    R 38. Mauser mod. 1914 ser.# 340227 (on frame). Slide numbered 380968. Mismatched .32 ACP German

    semi auto. pistol with a 3?” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. Good bore. Excellent action. 88%

    original blue, with stains and a little touchup on the side. Very good, but worn, checkered walnut

    one piece wrap around grip. (C&R)

    R 39. Mauser mod. 1896/30 ser.# 812324. .30 Mauser semi auto. “broom handle” pistol with a stepped 5 th1/8 inch barrel and a rear sight that is adjustable to 1000 meters. Barrel has a bulge and only a

    fair bore. Excellent action. Slide, rear sight, and the hammer have a clean gray color. The balance of

    the metal retains 99% of a professional reblue. Excellent grooved walnut, original like, replacement

    grips. Lanyard ring intact. Includes a new production leather flap holster.(C&R)

    R 40. CZ mod. 27 ser.# 422562 (on frame) Slide numbered 464828. Mismatched Czech made .32 ACP semi

    auto military pistol with a hammer. “fnh” coded slide. “Eagle WaA76” proofed frame. 3?” barrel.

    Semi fixed rear sight. Very good bore. Excellent action. Dark gray upper on a lower that retains 90%

    original blue. Very good dark brown checkered plastic one piece grip with the “CZ” logo. (C&R)

    R 41. CZ mod. 38 ser.# 286604. WW II era Czech 9mm double action only semi auto. pistol made in 1939.

    An excellent example that is all original! “Lion” proofed. 4?” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Excellent

    bore and action. Clean metal retains 89% original blue. Very good dark brown checkered plastic one

    piece grip with the “CZ” logo. Lanyard ring intact. Includes an extra magazine and a fine black

    leather flap holster by “Deutsche Lederwerkstaettan”, dated 1940 that has an “Eagle WaA416” proof.

    Nice rig! (C&R)

    R 42. Walther mod. P-38 ser.# 38130. 9mm semi auto. double action German made pistol with a 5” barrel

    and a semi fixed rear sight. A black alloy frame utilizing a refinished steel military upper. Hammer

    decocker not working but the action is fine. Very good shootable bore. 98% new, and refinish, blue

    and black metal. Excellent checkered walnut grips with a slight thumb rest for a right handed

    shooter.

    R 43. Steyr Hahn mod. 1912 ser.# 8380d. Produced in 1914, an Austrian made, hammer fired, semi auto.

    military pistol chambered in 9mm Steyr. Appears to be all original. 5?” barrel. Semi fixed front sight.

    Grip magazine is fixed and the pistol loaded by chargers. Excellent bore and action. 95% original??

    blue with scattered light rust residue. Very good checkered walnut grip panels. Fixed lanyard ring.

    Includes a leather flap holster. (C&R)

    R 44. Japanese “Type 14 Nambu” ser.# 17146. Nagoya Arsenal made 8mm hammerless semi auto.

    military pistol with a 4?” barrel and a semi fixed front sight. An excellent, all matching, example

    with the exception of the mismatched aluminum bottomed magazine. Very good bore. Excellent

    action. Clean metal retains 97% arsenal blue. Excellent 23 groove wooden grips. Includes a spare

    magazine, tools, and a fine leather “clam shell” holster with a frayed web strap. A fine rig! (C&R)

    R 45. Hesse mod. H91 ser.# G002898. A reborn Heckler & Koch model G3A3 built as a .308 Win. semi

    auto. military style rifle on a U.S. made frame using West German produced parts. Detachable

    aluminum magazine. Fixed flash hider. Adjustable rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Dark gray

    painted metal surfaces show spots of peeling but no rust. Excellent black synthetic forearm, pistol

    grip, and butt stock. Interesting “black rifle”!

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    R 46. Western Field mod. 880A ser.# n/a. Tube fed .22 semi auto. rifle made for Montgomery Ward by

    Marlin. Original open sights. Grooved receiver. Excellent bore and very good action. Replacement

    bolt handle. Black alloy receiver has approx. 75% of the finish removed, along with a few scratches.

    Barrel and mag. tube retain 90% thin factory blue. Very good plain walnut forearm. Matching stock

    has a few cracks and an unusual butt plate.

    R 47. Norinco-Sile mod. 56S ser.# MS009905. Chinese made AK-47 7.62X39mm semi auto. carbine clone

    with a high capacity detachable magazine, side folding metal stock, bayonet lug, and a flash hider.

    Blued and black painted metal. Polymer hand guard, forearm, and pistol grip. Gun has a few very

    minor handling marks but looks like new, possibly unfired.

    R 48. J. Stevens Arms Co. “Junior” ser.# n/a. Vintage .22 falling block single shot “boy‟s” rifle. Appears to

    be all original. Correct open sights. Fair/poor bore. Excellent action. Smooth metal has very little

    original finish. Fair cracked stock with numerous scratches and old varnish. (C&R)

    R 49. Polish mod. 1944/91 “Mosin Nagant” ser.# KM05964. All matching, import marked, probably

    arsenal refinished 7.62X54mmR bolt action military carbine dated 1954. Original configuration

    including the green web sling. Side folding spike bayonet. Excellent bore and action. 99% arsenal

    blue. Excellent light colored hardwood hand guard and stock. Gun looks, almost, like new! (C&R)

R 50. French mod. 1886/93 “Lebel” ser.# L45904. Vintage 8mm Lebel bolt action military rifle with an

    internal tubular magazine. Appears to be matching and correct except missing the stacking hook

    and bayonet lug. Very good bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean metal retains 90% arsenal blue,

    turning a bit brown on the bottom. Very good full length forearm. Nicely figured matching walnut

    butt stock with an arsenal repair. Wood, overall, has little dings and scratches. Includes a correct

    style leather sling. (C&R)

R 51. Romanian-Intrac Arms mod. WUM-1 ser.# 1997-4748. Another 7.62X39mm AK-47 semi auto.

    carbine clone. This one has no bayonet lug, a fixed slanted flash hider, black polymer hand guard,

    forearm, and fixed butt stock. Different color plastic pistol grip. High capacity detachable polymer

    magazine. Matte black metal finish. Except for a few light handling marks the gun looks like new

    and may be unfired.

    R 52. Remington mod. 510 ser.# n/a. Self cocking bolt action .22 single shot rifle made in 1946. Correct

    open sights. Excellent bore and action. Traces of case color on the bolt. Metal has several light

    scratches and a dot or two of rust but still shows 90% factory blue. Good plain walnut stock with

    many dings, chips, and scratches and a newer Remington butt plate. (C&R)

    R 53. J. Stevens Arms Co. mod. 1913 ser.# 306SY. Vintage .410 single shot hammer gun with an

    extractor. 26” barrel. Extremely heavy breech. Fair bore. Very good action. Dark brown rusty metal.

    Fair/poor wood. (C&R)

    R 54. Radom mod. 1935 ser.# Z9551. Nazi proofed single action 9mm semi auto. military pistol with a

    hammer. All original. 4?” barrel with an excellent bore. Semi fixed rear sight, decocking lever, and a

    grip safety. Excellent crisp action. Clean metal retains 95% arsenal blue. Excellent checkered

    red/brown plastic grips with the “VIS” and “FB” logos. Includes an extra magazine and a like new

    reproduction flap holster. (C&R)

    R 55. CZ mod. 27 ser.# 413497. Nazi proofed, Czech made, .32 ACP semi auto. military pistol with a semi

    fixed rear sight, a 3?” barrel, and a hammer. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 95%

    original gray phosphate finish. Excellent checkered plastic one piece grip with the “CZ” logo.

    Includes a spare magazine and a fine original leather flap holster dated 1942. (C&R)

    R 56. Fabrique Nationale mod. 1922 ser.# 97353a. Belgian made, Nazi proofed, hammerless .32 ACP semi

    auto. military pistol with a 4?” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. 100% original and matching. Grip

    and thumb safeties. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 98% arsenal blue. Excellent

    checkered black “FN” logo grips. Includes a spare magazine and a fine black pebble grained flap

    holster. (C&R)

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    R 57. ac (Walther) mod. P-38 ser.# 5671e. WW II era, Nazi proofed, German made double action 9mm

    semi auto pistol with a 5” barrel and semi fixed sights. Dated 1941. All matching. Hammer

    decocking safety. Dark bore may clean better. Excellent action. Clean metal still has 88% original

    blue, with high edge wear. Excellent dark maroon ribbed plastic grips. Includes an extra magazine

    and a fine dark brown leather flap holster coded “hlv” and dated 1942. (C&R)

    R 58. Fabrique Nationale mod. P-35 “High Power” ser.# 60447. All original late war Nazi proofed, Belgian

    made, single action 9mm semi auto. military pistol with a 4?” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight.

    Ringed hammer. Profusely stamped with “Eagle WaA140” proof marks. Fair dark bore might clean

    better. Excellent action. 90% thinning original blue over late war, poorly polished, but very clean

    metal. Excellent dark brown checkered plastic grips. Includes a spare magazine and a good original

    style, “clg” coded 1944 dated, leather flap holster. (C&R)

R 59. Romanian-D.I.G. “Romak 2” ser.# 3-08779-97. AK-47 semi auto. carbine clone chambered in

    5.45X39mm. High capacity detachable polymer magazine. No bayonet lug. Large flash hider.

    Skeleton-ized fixed sheet metal stock. Black polymer hand guard, forearm, and pistol grip. Matte

    black metal finish. Except for a few handling marks, the gun looks like new and is, probably, unfired.

    R 60. French mod.1892/16 ser.# AB8591. An all matched and un-altered 8mm Lebel bolt action military

    carbine dated 1917. Fixed box magazine with a trap to release the empty clip. Excellent bright bore.

    Excellent action. Metal finish has turned dark blue/brown and has old light rust residue. Very good

    matching, full length, stock with lots of dings and scratches. Includes a correct style leather strap.

    (C&R)

    R 61. Remington mod. 12 ser.# 799910. .22 slide action, takedown, hammerless rifle with a tubular

    magazine. Made in 1930. 24” octagon barrel. Correct open sights. Side of the receiver has 4 holes for

    a scope mount. Excellent bore and action. Barrel and receiver retain 90% factory blue with old light

    rust residue. Magazine tube worn to bare gray. Very good grooved walnut forearm. Very good

    matching pistol grip stock with scratches and extra varnish. Correct crescent metal butt plate. (C&R)

    R 62. Rock River Arms mod. LAR 15 ser.# CM11037. Semi auto. Colt AR-15 clone chambered in 5.56mm.

    Detachable magazine. Forward assist but no case deflector. Slotted flash hider. No bayonet lug.

    Small flip up sight in the fixed carrying handle. Matte black finished lower with a matte dark gray

    upper. Black synthetic triangular forearm, checkered pistol grip, and butt stock with a trap. Includes

    a black nylon strap. Except for light handling marks, the gun looks like new and could be unfired.

    R 63. Maadi-C.A.I. mod. MISR ser.# CM12374. Another semi auto. AK-47 clone, this one made in Egypt

    and chambered in 7.62X39mm. Missing the detachable magazine available, almost, anywhere. No

    flash hider, bayonet lug, or upper hand guard. Matte black metal finish. Wooden forward grip, pistol

    grip, and fixed stock. Carbine has a few scratches in the wood but looks new, overall, and is,

    probably, unfired.

    R 64. Marlin mod. 60 ser.# 12387024. Tube fed .22 semi auto. rifle with a bolt hold open. Open sights.

    Grooved alloy receiver. Excellent bore and action. 95% factory blue and black metal finish with a few

    scratches on the receiver. Very good plain hardwood Monte Carlo stock, with small dings and

    scratches.

     65. Unknown maker single shot ser.# 13382. Large tip open single shot flare pistol stamped “V.C.S.”

    and proofed. 8?” barrel with an approx. 1” bore. Hammer won‟t cock and the action won‟t open.

    Metal has 90% aged blue with a coat of old rust. very good plain wooden grips. Lanyard ring in the

    butt.

     66. Heckler & Koch mod. 91 ser.# n/a. .308 Win. saw cut parts kit. Barrel, stock, pistol grip and bolt.

    Missing some parts. Excellent condition.

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    R 67. Fabrique Nationale mod. P-35 “High Power” ser.# 21655a. All original Nazi proofed, Belgian made,

    single action 9mm semi auto. military pistol with a 4?” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. Ringed

    hammer. Stamped with “Eagle WaA140” proof marks. Fair/poor dark bore might clean better.

    Excellent action. 90% thinning original blue. Very good checkered walnut grips. One panel has a

    gold skull and cross bones attached. Includes a spare magazine and a good original style, “Eagle

    WaA920” proofed and “43” coded, leather flap holster. (C&R)

    R 68. Astra mod. 600/43 ser.# 50968. A fine example of this Spanish made hammerless semi auto. pistol

    chambered in 9mm Luger. 5?” barrel, fixed sights, and a grip safety. Bore looks bad but may clean

    better. Excellent action. Clean metal retains 88% original blue. Very good checkered walnut grips.

    Includes a spare magazine and a fine black leather, original style, flap holster. (C&R)

    R 69. Walther mod. PPK ser.# 820204. An excellent example of this Nazi “RZM” marked German made .32

    ACP semi auto. pistol with a hammer and a decocking safety. 3?” barrel. Fixed sights. “Crown N”

    proofed. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal retains 89% high polish blue, with thinning and

    holster wear. Excellent checkered brown marbleized plastic, one piece, grip. Includes a spare

    magazine and a fine brown leather flap holster attributed to Albrecht Kind, Berlin. These RZM

    marked PPKs don‟t come along too often! (C&R)

    R 70. Star mod. B ser.# 249022. 9mm Luger semi auto. military pistol made in Spain. Nazi proofed.

    Resembles the Colt Government Model but doesn‟t have a grip safety. 5” barrel, arched main spring

    housing, and a hammer. Semi fixed rear sight. Good bore might clean better. Excellent action. Clean

    metal retains 85% original blue. Case colored hammer. Very good/excellent checkered wood grips.

    Includes an excellent leather flap holster. (C&R)

    R 71. Romanian-C.A.I mod. SAR-1 ser.# S1-0058-99. 7.62X39mm AK-47 clone. No bayonet lug. Slant

    flash hider. High capacity detachable metal magazine. Matte black metal finish. Laminated fixed

    stock, hand guard, and forward grip/forearm. Checkered plastic pistol grip. A few minor handling

    marks but, overall, the gun looks like new and may be unfired.

    R 72. Winchester mod. 60 ser.# n/a. Manually cocked, bolt action, .22 single shot rifle. Appears to be all

    original. Very good bore. Excellent action. Metal finish has light scratches, old light rust, and has

    turned brown. Very good hardwood stock with uncountable little dings and scratches. Very good

    butt plate. (C&R)

    R 73. Mauser “Karab. 98b. ser.# 4531e. Not import marked but mismatched. A bolt action 8X57mm

    military rifle. Probably German made. Original configuration. Good/very good bore. Excellent action.

    Lightly rusted metal retains 90% arsenal blue, browning on the floor plate/trigger guard. Very good

    hand guard and full length stock. Butt has an arsenal repair. Metal and wood have lots of proof

    marks that will mean something to a collector. (C&R)

    R 74. British mod. SMLE No.1 MK III ser.# N30614. .303 bolt action military rifle with a detachable box

    magazine. Original configuration. Poor dark bore may clean better. Excellent action. Clean metal

    retains most of the arsenal blue, with light edge wear. Very good hand guard and full length 2 piece

    stock. Original brass butt plate. Includes a correct web strap. (C&R)

    R 75. Russian-KBI mod. SKS ser.# BA3333/RH215252. An arsenal refinished, import marked but

    matching, 7.62X39mm semi auto. military carbine dated 1951. Folding blade bayonet. Excellent

    bore and action. Clean metal has 95% blue. Very good dark stained hardwood hand guard and stock,

    with dings and scratches. Includes a correct style green web strap. (C&R)

     thR 76. Steyr mod. 1908 ser.# 50395. Unusual Austrian made .32 ACP semi auto. pistol with 3 5/8 inch

    barrel and a semi fixed front sight. Lever operated tip up barrel. Excellent bore and action. Fairly

    clean metal still has 95% original blue. Very good checkered walnut grips. Back strap stamped “S.W.

    7331”. Includes an extra magazine and a fine leather flap holster. (C&R)

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    R 77. Femaru mod. P-37 ser.# 28951. WW II era Hungarian .32 ACP semi auto. military pistol with a 4”

    barrel and a semi fixed front sight. Nazi proofed and “jhv” coded. Dated 1941. A great example that

    has an excellent bore and action. Grip and thumb safeties. Clean metal shows 95% bright original

    blue. Excellent vertically grooved wooden grips. Includes a spare magazine and an excellent original

    flap holster. (C&R)

    R 78. byf (Mauser) mod. P-38 ser.# 4710e. 1944 dated double action 9mm semi auto. German military

    pistol with a 5” barrel, a decocking safety, and semi fixed sights. All original and matching. Excellent

    bore and action. Metal retains 95% original dark gray finish. Excellent black grooved plastic grips.

    Includes a spare magazine and a good original leather flap holster. (C&R)

    R 79. CZ mod. 52 ser.# R12826. Fine, import marked, Czech made single action semi auto. military pistol thchambered in 7.62X25mm. 4 5/8 inch barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Thumb safety and a hammer.

    Poor bore may clean better. Excellent action. Clean metal retains 95% dark gray finish. Excellent

    grooved dark brown Bakelite like grips. Includes an excellent flap holster, extra magazine, and

    cleaning rod. (C&R)

R 80. Mauser mod. 1914 ser.# 501299. hammerless .32 ACP semi auto. German pistol with a 3?” barrel

    and a semi fixed rear sight. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal shows 80% factory blue. Good,

    but quite worn, checkered walnut one piece grip. Includes a period leather flap holster. (C&R)

     81. euh (C&W Meinel Scholer) “Leuchtpistole” ser.# 174984. WW II era German single shot tip open

    flare pistol. Excellent 1” bore. Excellent action. 6” barrel. Hammer fired. Smooth metal has a very

    worn bare gray finish. Rust free. Good grooved dark brown Bakelite like grips. Lanyard ring intact.

    R 82. Enfield mod. No. 4 MK I ser.# S10743. .303 British bolt action military rifle with a detachable box

    magazine. Appears to be all original. Dated 1942. Excellent bright bore. Excellent action. Fairly clean

    metal retains most of the dull arsenal blue. Good hand guard and full length 2 piece stock with

    dings, scratches, and an arsenal repair. (C&R)

    R 83. Romanian-Intrac Arms mod. MK II ser.# 3-02815-97. Another semi auto AK-47 clone. This one is

    chambered in 5.45X39mm. High capacity detachable polymer magazine. Satin black metal finish.

    Flash hider. No bayonet lug. Black synthetic hand guard, forearm, pistol grip, and fixed butt stock. A

    few minor handling marks but the gun looks like new and could be unfired.

    R 84. Mauser mod. HSC ser.# 799259. An excellent example of this Nazi marked double action .32 ACP

    semi auto. military pistol. Thumb safety and a hammer. 3?” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Excellent

    bore and action. 98% factory blue on the clean metal. Excellent dark brown checkered plastic grips.

    They don‟t get much better! (C&R)

R 85. Astra mod. 300 ser.# 564613. Compact hammerless .380 semi auto. pistol chambered in .380 ACP thThis is another excellent Nazi proofed example. 3 7/8 inch barrel. Fixed sights. Grip and thumb

    safeties. Excellent bore and action. Clean metal has 96% factory blue. Excellent checkered walnut

    grips. Includes an extra magazine and an original German marked leather flap holster with a former

    soldier‟s name written in ink on the inside. (C&R)

    R 86. Walther mod. PPK ser.# 333505K. Like new Nazi marked double action .32 ACP semi auto pistol

    with a 3?” barrel and a semi fixed rear sight. Hammer decocking thumb safety. Excellent bright

    bore and crisp excellent action. 98% clean high polish blue, with a touch of holster wear at the

    muzzle. Perfect marbleized checkered brown plastic grips. Includes a spare magazine and an

    excellent black leather flap holster. Difficult to improve upon! (C&R)

    R 87. Beretta mod. 1935 ser.# 588908. 1944 dated Italian .32 ACP single action semi auto pistol. 100%

    original. Ringed hammer. 3?” barrel. Semi fixed rear sight. Very good bore. Excellent action. Clean

    metal retains 98% factory matte blue. Excellent black plastic grips with the “PB” logo. (C&R)

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    R 88. Dreyse mod. 1907 ser.# 31005. Unusual German made hammerless semi auto. pistol chambered

    in .32 ACP. 3?” barrel with a very good/excellent bore. Fixed sights. Excellent action. Clean metal

    shows 98% factory blue. One broken grip panel. (C&R)

R 89. Femaru “Frommer Stop” ser.# 326984. Another unusual .32 ACP hammerless semi auto. pistol. This

    one is Hungarian made, has a hammer and a grip safety, a 3?” barrel, and fixed sights. Good bore.

    Very good action. Metal has light pitting on the sides but, also, 80% factory blue. Good vertically

    grooved wooden grips. (C&R)

R 90. Colt mod. 1903 ser.# 319513. Hammerless .32 ACP semi auto pistol made in 1920. A very nice thexample that is all original. Grip and thumb safeties. 3 7/8 inch barrel, semi fixed rear sight. Bore

    should clean to good or better. Excellent action. 94% factory gloss blue. A few small spots of rust

    and a little edge wear. Excellent checkered black hard rubber grips. (C&R)

    R 91. British mod. SHT LE III ser.# 27188. 1917 dated .303 Brit. bolt action military rifle with a

    detachable box magazine. Appears to be all original. Excellent shiny bore. Excellent action. Clean

    metal still has most of the arsenal blue. Little or no rust. Good walnut hand guard and full length 2

    piece stock, with little dings, scratches, and a fine crack. Correct brass butt plate. (C&R)

    R 92. Romarm-C.A.I. mod. AKM ser.# S1-03760-99. Romanian made 7.62X39mm semi auto AK-47 clone

    with a high capacity detachable metal magazine. Flat black metal finish. Wooden hand guard.

    Laminated wood forearm, pistol grip, and fixed stock. Includes a web strap. Carbine looks like it was

    never fired.

     93. wa (Hugo Schneider) “Leuchtpistole” ser.# 132360. WW II era German single shot tip open flare

    pistol. Excellent 1” bore. Excellent action. 6” barrel. Hammer fired. Smooth metal has a very worn

    bare gray finish, with some blue remaining. Rust free. Very good grooved dark brown Bakelite like

    grips. Lanyard ring intact.

    R 94. Femaru mod. P-37 ser.# 72581. WW II era Hungarian .32 ACP semi auto. military pistol with a 4”

    barrel and a semi fixed front sight. Nazi proofed and “jhv” coded. Dated 1943. A fine example that

    has an excellent bore and action. Grip and thumb safeties. Clean metal shows 97% bright original

    blue. Excellent vertically grooved wooden grips. (C&R)

    R 95. Langehan “Selbstlader” ser.# 32601. Vintage German .32 ACP hammerless semi auto. pistol with a th4 1/8 inch barrel and fixed sights. Missing the magazine. Very good bore. Excellent action. Smooth

    metal still has 90% factory satin blue. Very good checkered black hard rubber grips with a “FL” logo.

    (C&R)

    R 96. Walther mod. PPK ser.# 899443. Double action .32 ACP semi auto pistol with a 3?” barrel and a

    semi fixed rear sight. Hammer decocking thumb safety. “PDM 443” (Munich Police) marked. Scarce

    “dural” frame and bottom magazine release. Excellent bore and crisp excellent action. Frame retains

    85% black finish, with thinning and scratches. 98% polished blue on the slide. Excellent marbleized

    checkered brown plastic grips. A fine example! (C&R)

     97. Unknown Maker single shot ser.# n/a. Antique half stock percussion rifle with a 31?” octagon

    barrel of approx. .45 cal. Original sights include a 2 leaf rear with one folding. Steel ramrod. Single

    trigger. Action not working. Worn dark gray metal with lots of shallow pitting. Mellow brass trigger

    guard, butt plate, patch box, and trim. Good checkered straight grip stock with a cheek piece, “star”

    inlay, and several cracks.

     98. Parker Bros. hammer double ser.# 15901. Antique basic grade 12 ga. shotgun with side locks and

    29?” “Plain Twist” barrels. This is an early “lifter” action, made in 1879, with the opener on the

    bottom. Fair pitted bores. Very good action. Slightly loose breech fit. Worn gray/brown metal finish.

    Extremely worn wood. Checkered walnut forearm. Straight grip stock had the comb cut down or is a

    very unusual special order. Wood was revarnished long ago. Correct metal butt plate.

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