P.O. Box 2068      Ormond Beach, FL 32175      (386) 677-7314
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Military and Other Handguns for sale

All items are subject to prior sale (this page always kept up to date)

  items as of 11 September 2018, updated 17 September 2018

Only the items marked C&R after the price are Curio & Relic eligible

We DO NOT accept PHONE ORDERS!
*ALL* orders must be either e-mailed, FAXed or snail-mailed to us
 

We ship all C&R and non-current production handguns via UPS 2nd Day Air

A FFL MUST BE on-file with us ALREADY before we will accept any order for any firearm!   
Federal Firearms Licenses
cannot be "sent to us later".   They can now be FAXED to us, or (preferably) scanned and sent as an email attachment. It is a very good idea to send us a signed copy of your (or your local transfer dealer's) FFL in advance for our files to avoid missing out on the item you may want.  This is SOP in the industry.  

We will not "HOLD" any firearm awaiting payment or paperwork

U.S.A. Army Special revolver # 346569 (.38 Colt), mfg. by Colt in 1912. Very Good condition with most bluing intact (if a bit mottled). Functions absolutely perfectly with very tight lockup, no end-shake, and one of the smoothest hammer and triggers I have felt on a revolver in quite some time. The bore is excellent with very strong rifling, glued crack in bottom of right grip.  PHOTOS . . . $750. REDUCED! $575.  C&R  

GERMAN Model PPK Walther semiautomatic pistol # 354770K (.32 ACP) mfg. at Walther in c.1940. Good  condition, retains 40% bluing with mottled finish to metal (from exposure to the elements) but has a strong, mostly bright bore, some light verdigris from age and environment at sides. Completely functional. Original black plastic grips not cracked or broken, one magazine. Includes brown leather full-flap holster made by Robert Larsen and dated 1940 with faint Nazi eagle. Not import-marked, comes with typical "brought back from WWII by my grandfather" story that is likely true. PHOTOS . . . $950Sale!  $750.  C&R

U.S.A. Young America Double Action 1st variation 5-shot "muff-gun" revolver # 652 (.32 S&W), manufactured by Harrington & Richardson in 1888. Very Good condition with nickel plating slight worn & chipping. Fully functional, bore is not perfect but usable, front sight has broken off and is AWOL. Not import-marked, serial number on frame underneath left grip panel. PHOTOS . . . $375. Antique, no FFL required  

U.S.A. H&R Auto Ejecting 2nd Model, 4th Variation 5-shot hammerless revolver # 13603 (.38 S&W), manufactured by Harrington & Richardson in 1894-1896. Very Good condition with nickel plating slight worn & chipping. Fully functional, bore is not perfect but usable. Not import-marked, serial number on frame underneath left grip panel. PHOTOS . . . $450.  Antique, no FFL required  

BRITISH Model 1915 break-open six-shot revolver # 536 (.455 Webley) mfg. by Orbea Hermanos y Cia in c.1916.  Very Good condition, with 60% original bluing with some evidence of use, bore and chambers of cylinder bright and strong, cylinder needs a little tweaking in the lockup department. British Nitro-proofs on right side of frame, serial number on back of grip. This is a copy of the Smith & Wesson made under contract by three Spanish firms for the British during WWI, not import-marked. Adamek, page 136-7. PHOTOS . . . $675. REDUCED! $495.  Sale!  $450. C&R  

U.S.A. Ruger Mark I semiautomatic pistol # 150807 (.22 LR), mfg. by Sturm-Ruger in 1958. A single-action TARGET pistol with checkered black plastic grips, in Excellent condition with aftermarket ten-round magazine. Very little actual wear, a few thin handling marks, else in great shape for these. PHOTOS . . . $475. Sale!  $395.   C&R

U.S.A. Ruger Mark I semiautomatic pistol # 303862 (.22 LR), mfg. by Sturm-Ruger in 1965. A single-action TARGET pistol with checkered black plastic grips, in Excellent condition with early factory ten-round magazine. Very little actual wear, a few thin scratches in finish, else in great shape for these. PHOTOS . . . $425. Sale!  $350.   C&R

SPANISH Model 1916 "Astra" semiautomatic pistol # 261539 (.25 ACP) mfg. by Esperanza y Unceta (ASTRA) in Guernica in 1916. Very Good or better condition with 70% original bluing on frame and slide (some mottling of finish on left side from being "holstered wet"). Bore is quite bright and strong, checkered ASTRA-logo bakelite grips are intact. Includes chrome-plated 6-round magazine. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $275.   C&R

    U.S.A. Colt Agent lightweight concealed carry 6-shot revolver # W10051 (.38 Special) with 2" barrel, manufactured by Colt in 1982. Excellent-PLUS condition with full Parkerized finish on all metal except hammer and trigger and a mirror-bright bore. Includes original checkered walnut Colt-logo grips as well as very comfortable Pachmayer rubber grips. PHOTOS . . . $525.   Not C&R 

    BRITISH Model No.2 Mk.1** .38 revolver # D1307 (.38 S&W) mfg. by Albion Motors in early 1943 (date on barrel 42, date on right side of frame 1943) with non-serrated backstrap and 5" barrel, double-action only without hammer-spur.  Excellent overall condition with all matching serial numbers, 95% Phosphate finish on metal.  Black bakelite thumb-rest grips, Broad-arrow stamped on brass-disk on right side. Excellent mirror-bright bore, very tight action. Not import-marked. PHOTOS  . . . $525.  C&R  

    BRITISH "Victory Model" revolver # V351911 (.38 S&W) with 5" barrel, manufactured by Smith & Wesson in 1943. Excellent condition with full blued finish on all metal (hammer and trigger retain full case-hardened colors) and a near-perfect bore, left side of top strap stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY GHD". Has many British proof marks, including 53 FTR on right side.  Includes lanyard-ring, and removable trigger-shoe. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $475.   C&R  

    BULGARIAN Makarov semiautomatic pistol # KP 22 914 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. by Arsenal in 1982. Excellent condition, some minor wear at corners and edges of slide. Gorgeous mirror-bright chrome-lined bore and unbelievably smooth functioning. Includes two 8-round magazines and dark reddish-brown thumbrest grips, and a holser. A Century import, marked on right side of slide. PHOTOS . . . $325.   Not C&R    SOLD

    CANADIAN Model New Service Mark II revolver # 102083 (.455 Eley AKA .455 Webley) mfg. by Colt in 1915-17 with 6" barrel and issued to the NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE.  Very Good overall condition, with mostly full original bluing (some holster wear at sides of barrel and cylinder), very few of the usual small contact-marks. All matching numbers, has a mostly bright mirror bore and very tight action. bottom of butt stamped N. W. MP No. 77.   Not import-marked, very rare! PHOTOS  . . . $1375.      C&R 

    CZECH Model CZ82 semiautomatic pistol # 019864 (9x18)  mfg. in 1985 by CZ. Near Excellent condition with some light holster wear at sides of barrel. Has a mirror-perfect polygonal bore. Includes one 12-round magazine. PHOTOS . . . $450.      C&R   SOLD

    POLISH Model P-64 semiautomatic pistol # RZ12554 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Radom in 1974.  Excellent condition, with full bluing and an excellent-plus bore. Markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped. Includes one finger-rest magazine.  PHOTOS . . . $250.    C&R   SOLD

    JAPANESE Type 94 semiautomatic pistol # 42073 (8mm Nambu) mfg. at Nambu in October, 1943 (Taisho 18.10). Excellent condition with 90% or better original bluing. Magazine numbered 073 (matching). Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and checkered Bakelite grips are not chipped. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $950.    C&R

    RUSSIAN Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 23853 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1913 with "Peter The Great" legend. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with very strong markings and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Has coarse checkered wood grips and grip-panels and leatherette full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $475.  C&R   SOLD

    RUSSIAN Model IJ70 Makarov semiautomatic pistol # BB7886 (9x18 Makarov), mfg. at Baikal in c.1990. A commercial Makarov with blued finish in Excellent condition. All matching serial numbers, including two 8-round magazines and full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $350.   Not C&R      SOLD

    RUSSIAN Model IJ70-18AH Makarov semiautomatic pistol # A KO 1554 (9x18 Makarov), mfg. at Baikal in c.1990. A commercial high-capacity Makarov with blued finish in decent Very Good condition. All matching serial numbers, including two 12-round hi-capacity magazines  ( low-capacity 8-round magazines will also function in this pistol). PHOTOS . . . $395.     Not C&R 

    SOVIET Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 27238 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1931. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with very strong markings and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Has coarse checkered wood grips and grip-panels and leatherette full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $350.  C&R   SOLD

    SOVIET Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 36184 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1933. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with very strong markings and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Has finely checkered wood grips and grip-panels and leatherette full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $395.  C&R   

    U.S.A. Model 1903 U.S. ARMY revolver # 201773 (.38 Long Colt) with 6" barrel, mfg. by Colt in 1903. Near Excellent condition with 90% or better bluing (some holster rub on barrel & cylinder). Has an excellent mirror-bright bore with strong lands & grooves. Initials  J.T.T., R.A.C and L.E.B. stamped on top right of left frame. All-matching numbers, smooth walnut grips with R.A.C stamped on bottom of both grips, completely functional. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $725.     C&R

    U.S.A. Model 1909 U.S. ARMY revolver # 40322 (.45 Colt) manufactured by Colt in 1911.   Near Excellent condition with 90% or better bluing with a very bright, strong bore. Inspector initials R.A.C. on right side of frame, "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" on underside of barrel, bottom of butt stamped U.S. ARMY / MODEL 1909 / No. 40 / 322. Some light holster-wear and contact-marks with other revolvers, but as nice as I have seen these come.  Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $1250.   C&R   


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