P.O. Box 2068      Ormond Beach, FL 32175      (386) 677-7314
click HERE to email us: kroh@empirearms.com

Military and Other Handguns for sale

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

  items as of 10 November 2015, updated 5 February 2016

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

*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.  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

BRITISH Model 1906 semiautomatic pistol # 75933 (.32 ACP), mfg. by Webley & Scott, Ltd. in c.1925.  Very Good condition with about 80% bluing intact, slide pitted on both sides from being "holstered wet". Bore quite bright and strong.  Includes 6-round magazine, checkered black-plastic grips (thin crack in right grip). Not import-marked, scarce. PHOTO . . . $525.  REDUCED! $475. C&R 

POLISH Model P-64 semiautomatic pistol # DT01578 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Radom in 1976.  Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing. Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped.  Includes two finger-rest magazines.  PHOTOS . . . $260.    C&R   SOLD

SPANISH Model "IDEAL" semiautomatic Ruby pistol # 53493 (7.65mm = .32 ACP) made by the Eibar firm F. Arizmendi y Goenaga during WWI (French contract). Very Good condition, with about 60% finish throughout with an excellent, mirror-bright bore. Internal assembly numbers all matching (barrel also has matching serial number). Circled AG stamped on left rear of the frame and bottom of non-numbered magazine, no French stars on sides of the magazine catch. Checkering on grips is worn and may have been varnished at some point. Not import-marked, scarce maker. PHOTOS . . . $325.  REDUCED! $275.  C&R  

POLISH Model P-64 semiautomatic pistol # JR06051 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Radom in 1970.  Very Good condition with 80% or better original bluing and some holster-wear at sides of slide and on sharp corners. Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped.  Includes one finger-rest magazine and slightly worn brown leather holster.  PHOTOS . . . $225.    C&R 

SPANISH Ruby semiautomatic pistol # 10304 (7.65mm = .32 ACP) made by the Eibar firm Victor Bernedo during WWI (French contract). Near Excellent condition overall, with 80% or better external blued finish on the metal. Bore is mirror-bright with very strong rifling, barrel 1/4" longer than normal. Internal assembly numbers all matching. Circled VB stamped on right rear of the frame, stars on either side of magazine-well. Magazine stamped VB and is serial numbered to another pistol. Checkered walnut grips are very sharp. Lanyard-ring has been lost, not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $350.     C&R  SOLD


POLISH Model PPS43C semiautomatic pistol  (7.62x25) mfg. at Radom. New condition with 100% original Parkerized finish. Bore is chrome-lined and mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp with black plastic pistol grip.  Includes four 35-round magazines. The PPS43 was created to replace the PPSh41, which was considered too long to be utilized by tank crews, mobile recon troops and paratroopers. This closed-bolt firearm is classified by ATF as a pistol, so the folding rifle stock has been spot-welded to keep it from being extended. PHOTOS . . . $500.  REDUCED! $475.   not C&R

  GERMAN Model P-38 Walther semiautomatic pistol # 224k  (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Walther postwar with steel frame. Excellent condition, retains over 95% bluing with strong and bright bore. All-matching serial numbers, very strong markings, includes one eight-round magazine dated 2/63. Very small import marking beneath barrel. PHOTOS . . . $625.     C&R   SOLD

  GERMAN Model HSc Mauser semiautomatic pistol # 926382 (7.65mm, .32  ACP) mfg. by Mauser at Oberndorf in 1944. All-matching numbers. Near Excellent condition with full bluing (some wear on grip, with initials J.M.P. lightly scratched into left grip), bore is strong and mirror-bright. Has eagle/N proofs on right side of triggerguard and right side of slide near muzzle, magazine has MAUSER banner on base. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $575.    C&R   SOLD

  ITALIAN "Le Municipal" revolver # 14 (10.4mm Italian) mfg. in the early 1880's by uncertain European manufacturer for commercial sales in Italy. Very Good condition, with full bluing turning to brown in places with a very bright and strong bore and good lockup. Has MUNICIPAL in gold leaf atop barrel flat. Completely functional, these were manufactured in various calibers (the ones destined for France in 11mm, etc).  All parts numbered 44, with dark checkered walnut grips.  Not import marked.  PHOTOS . . . $675.    Antique, no FFL required    

  BULGARIAN Makarov semiautomatic pistol # BD 30 757 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. by Arsenal in 1990. Excellent condition, some minor wear at corners and edges of slide. Gorgeous mirror-bright chrome-lined bore and unbelievably smooth functioning. Includes one 8-round magazine and dark reddish-brown grips. A Century import, marked on right side of slide. PHOTOS . . . $325.    not C&R

  JAPANESE Type 26 (1893) double-action six-shot revolver # 33851 (9x22R) mfg. at Koishikawa (Tokyo) in c.1917. Excellent condition, with full bluing remaining and only a trace of wear at sides of muzzle. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright. Very tight cylinder lock-up. Glass-smooth action and sharp checkered beech grips.  Lanyard ring at bottom of grip intact, fully functional.  Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $950.    C&R 

  POLISH Model P-64 semiautomatic pistol # GG01506 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Radom in 1971.  Excellent condition, with full bluing and an excellent-plus bore. Markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped, but import-markings on left side of the slide are very distracting..  Includes one finger-rest magazine.  PHOTOS . . . $175.    C&R   SOLD

  SOUTH AFRICAN Model R.A.P. 440 semiautomatic pistol # RA00618 (.40 Smith & Wesson) mfg. by Republic Arms (Johannesburg) during the late 1990's. A locked-breech very reliable, accurate and fun to shoot pistol in Excellent condition, with a few light scratches and marks from contact with other pistols. Barrel matches frame, slide mismatched (numbered RA00468), rear sight a little loose. Includes three Astra 75 8-round single-stack magazines (which function perfectly in this pistol). Minor contact-marks on slide. PHOTOS . . . $325.     Not C&R   

  SPANISH Model JO. LO. AR semiautomatic pistol # 21393 (.380 ACP), mfg. by Arrizabalaga before 1927.  Near Excellent condition (these are usually found very worn externally), with most original finish remaining and an excellent mirror-bright bore (several parts such as hammer, trigger, cocking-lever and extractor-spring in the "white"). This unique pistol-design has several groundbreaking features, including a tip-up barrel for loading the chamber, and an awkward-looking but effective swinging-bar attached to the right side of the slide to allow one to cock the pistol one-handed (these were often officially removed during the Spanish Civil War). Bakelite logo-grips with finger-grooves and a bit battered but functional nine-shot magazine. Not import-marked, very rarely offered and extremely unusual. PHOTOS . . . $950.  C&R 


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