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This is a rare and antique fine condition Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 Military Rifle that remai..
This is a rare and antique fine condition Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 Military Rifle that remains in its original percussion configuration.  This particular Rifle is in the serial number range of those New Model 1863 Rifles issued to the 6th United States Veteran Volunteers.  Serial number C 37687 was issued to Daniel H. Collins in Company H, and serial number C 37696 was issued to two different soldiers, John Kuhen and Christopher Rrehr, both in Company E.  The story of all Sharps firearms begins with Christian Sharps who lived from 1811-1874.  Christian Sharp..

$5,950.00
This is a rare, fine condition U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket manufactured under Eli Whitney’s Mo..
This is a rare, fine condition U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket manufactured under Eli Whitney’s Model 1816 Flintlock Musket contract of August 5, 1822 by Eli Whitney’s nephews of New Haven, Connecticut in 1830.  Whitney’s nephews completed his contract with the government for production of these muskets after Whitney’s death in 1825.  This particular flintlock musket remains in its original flintlock configuration and is Ohio surcharged and is possibly a Mexican American War veteran from one of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiments that fought in the war.U.S. military small ..

$3,200.00
This is a very good and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle that was manufa..
This is a very good and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle that was manufactured in June 1899.  This particular rifle is documented to have been issued to Private Joseph Korros, Company I, 44th U.S. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, which fought in the Philippines from December 19, 1899 until May 27, 1901. There were two phases to the Philippine-American War.  The first phase, from February to November of 1899, began when Philippine nationalists learned that the United States did not intend to leave the Philippines after deposing Spanish rule, and na..

$3,550.00
This is a very scarce, correct, and early WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .30-06 that wa..
This is a very scarce, correct, and early WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .30-06 that was manufactured in April 1941, along with a scarce Union Fork & Hoe Model 1942 16” Bayonet. The Receiver on this rifle retains 95% of its original parkerized finish with normal operational wear noted on the high points. The right front receiver leg has the correct drawing number for this serial number, “D 28291-3 SA,” along with the steel heat lot code “J7B.”  The receiver nomenclature, Springfield stamp and “226155” serial number stamps remain crisp.  The Clip Release has th..

$3,995.00
This is a very rare, correct and early WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .30-06 that was m..
This is a very rare, correct and early WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .30-06 that was manufactured in June 1941, along with an equally scarce Model 1942 Bayonet manufactured by Oneida Ltd and original Scabbard.The serial number on this M1 is 216144, which places its date of manufacture in June 1941.  Original configuration Springfield M1 Rifles from before the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 are very rarely encountered.  The Receiver on this rifle retains 98% of its original parkerized finish with normal operational wear noted on the high points. ..

$4,000.00
This is a rare, early second production run, serial numbered Model 1870 Trapdoor Rifle in .50-70 ca..
This is a rare, early second production run, serial numbered Model 1870 Trapdoor Rifle in .50-70 caliber that was probably manufactured in 1871. While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accuracy and long-range of modern infantry rif..

$2,850.00
This is a rare Springfield Armory Model 1870 Trapdoor Rifle in .50-70 caliber that was probably man..
This is a rare Springfield Armory Model 1870 Trapdoor Rifle in .50-70 caliber that was probably manufactured in 1872 or early 1873. While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accuracy and long-range of modern infantry rifles made the ..

$2,745.00
This is an extraordinarily rare and historic Springfield Model 1880 Experimental Triangular Bayonet..
This is an extraordinarily rare and historic Springfield Model 1880 Experimental Triangular Bayonet Rifle, of which only 1,000 were made. The Rod Bayonet is an interesting, and intermittent, design that appears on American military firearms for approximately 70 years in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The first rod bayonet arm issued to the U.S. military was the U.S. Model 1833 Hall Carbine, a flintlock ignition weapon, and used a relatively thin triangular blade design such as is found on this experimental rifle.  The design did not take hold and the triangula..

$3,600.00
This is an extraordinarily rare and exceptional condition, Springfield Armory Model 1903 Rifle in i..
This is an extraordinarily rare and exceptional condition, Springfield Armory Model 1903 Rifle in its original .30-03 caliber that was manufactured in 1905.  This rifle is very rare because it was one of the very few Model 1903 Rifles manufactured that remains in its 1905 modification configuration.  Almost all of those rifles manufactured as 1905 modification rifles were subsequently modified to the .30-06 transition configuration.As Lieutenant Colonel William S. Brophy wrote in his landmark book, The Springfield 1903 Rifles, “As fine a rifle as it turned out to be, it surel..

$8,950.00
This is a very rare Robert & J. D. Johnson U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock Common Rifle manufactured..
This is a very rare Robert & J. D. Johnson U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock Common Rifle manufactured in 1825.  The Robert & J. D. Johnson Model 1817 Rifles are the rarest of the five manufacturers of what is already a rare model rifle. This particular Model 1817 was manufactured by Robert & J. D. Johnson as part of their only Model 1817 Contract with the Ordnance Department of only 3,060 rifles and was manufactured and delivered in 1825.  Robert & J. D. Johnson entered into its contract on December 10, 1823.  It only manufactured the Model 1817 for five years:..

$4,200.00
This is an excellent condition and quite rare Walther PP Pistol that was manufactured in 1937, and ..
This is an excellent condition and quite rare Walther PP Pistol that was manufactured in 1937, and which was issued to, and marked by, the Reich Justice Ministry.  This pistol is in 7.65 mm Browning caliber, also known as .32 ACP.   The Waffenfabrik Walther was founded by Carl Walther in 1886 in Zella St. Blasii, Thuringen Free State, Germany.  After World War I, in 1919, the city of Zella St. Blasii was combined into the adjoining town of Mehlis to form the Twin Cities of Zella-Mehlis.  Walther was known before WWI as a manufacturer of fine small pocket pistol..

$3,350.00
This is a documented, fine condition, rare and all original Nippes Contract, Maynard Lock Alteratio..
This is a documented, fine condition, rare and all original Nippes Contract, Maynard Lock Alteration of a US Model 1840 Musket. In early 1848, Daniel Nippes, whose factory was in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, began producing the final 600 US Model 1840 flintlock muskets under a 1,600-musket contract received from the Ordnance Department in 1846.  On February 23, 1848, Nippes received a new Ordnance Department contract to alter 1,000 of these muskets to percussion using the Maynard tape priming system for $4.00 per alteration.  At the time of this..

$4,700.00
This is a very early, very good condition and very scarce Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Ri..
This is a very early, very good condition and very scarce Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle in .45-70 caliber that was made in early 1847, which is the first full year of Model 1873 production.  This particular rifle is New Jersey surcharged.   The serial number on this rifle is 31099, which places the date of manufacture of the receiver to late 1874.  Serial number production in 1874 started at number 1,943 and ended at 35,217.  Only 22,397 Model 1873 rifles were manufactured in 1874, with the balance being carbines and cadet rifles.  The Barre..

$3,700.00
This is a scarce and fine condition Parker Brothers PHE Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side sh..
This is a scarce and fine condition Parker Brothers PHE Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1928.   This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers Historical Letter indicating this shotgun was completed on July 23, 1928.  The information on this shotgun is found in Parker Brothers’ Stock Book No. 78, and listed it as a PHE hammerless shotgun, 12-gauge, with Parker Steel barrels with a length of 30 inches.  The stock configuration is confirmed as capped pistol grip and the length of pull is specified as 14 ¼”, the drop at heel at 2 5/8”, the weight at 7 ..

$4,195.00
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that ..
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that was manufactured in 1870.  The genesis of the Model 1868 was the earlier Allin alterations. At the end of the Civil War, the Ordnance Department realized that a breech loading infantry rifle was needed to replace the obsolete muzzle loading percussion arms used during the late war. With so many Model 1861, 1863 and 1864 percussion rifled muskets on hand at war’s end, Springfield Armory Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin developed the U.S. Model 1865 Rifle, also known as the First Allin ..

$2,650.00
This is a an original and very good condition Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine.  ..
This is a an original and very good condition Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine.  The Model 1899 Krag Cavalry Carbine was the last of the Krag Cavalry Carbine designs.   Model 1899 Krag Carbine production began in September 1899, at serial number 226,701.  This carbine, serial number 346796, was manufactured in September 1901.   The Model 1899 Krag Carbine incorporated several changes from the Model 1898 Carbine.  The Model 1899 Carbine Stock is approximately 2” longer than the Model 1898 Carbine Stock.  The Model 1899 stock also omitt..

$2,850.00
This is a very scarce, fine condition, all matching Roth-Steyr Model 1907 Semiautomatic Pistol that..
This is a very scarce, fine condition, all matching Roth-Steyr Model 1907 Semiautomatic Pistol that was manufactured at the Osterreichische Waffenfabriks-Gesellschaft in the Steyr District in 1909.  This particular pistol is unit marked to the Austro-Hungarian 8th Cavalry Regiment’s Machinegun Detachment.  The Roth-Steyr Model 1907 Pistol was designed by Czech firearms designer Karel Krnka, who was working for the Austrian ammunitions manufacturer George Roth.  Krnka’s design for the Model 1907 was based on the earlier Roth-Theodorovic series of pistols.  These pi..

$2,950.00
This is a scarce A-suffix, correct and fine condition WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .3..
This is a scarce A-suffix, correct and fine condition WWII Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle in .30-06 caliber.  The serial number on this M1 is 1373767A, which places its date of manufacture in October 1943.  The A-suffix rifles are those that had duplicated serial numbers with certain Winchester manufactured M1 Rifles, and the “A” was added to differentiate between rifles with identical serial numbers in the same unit.The Receiver retains 95% of its original, dark parkerized finish with wear noted on the sharp surfaces and the interior rails. The receiver exhibits the orig..

$3,950.00
This is a very good and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle that was manufa..
This is a very good and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle that was manufactured in May 1899.  This rifle was manufactured two months before Springfield increased rifle production to 200 per day in response to beginning of the Philippine-American War.   There were two phases to the Philippine-American War.  The first phase, from February to November of 1899, began when Philippine nationalists learned that the United States did not intend to leave the Philippines after deposing Spanish rule and nationalist leader Emilio Aguinaldo’s attempted ..

$2,200.00
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that ..
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that was manufactured in 1870.  The genesis of the Model 1868 was the earlier Allin alterations. At the end of the Civil War, the Ordnance Department realized that a breech loading infantry rifle was needed to replace the obsolete muzzle loading percussion arms used during the late war. With so many Model 1861, 1863 and 1864 percussion rifled muskets on hand at war’s end, Springfield Armory Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin developed the U.S. Model 1865 Rifle, also known as the First Allin ..

$2,600.00
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