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 7 May 2018, updated 10 July 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! $625.  C&R  

U.S.A. Model 57 revolver # N635186 (.41 Magnum), mfg. by Smith & Wesson in 1979-80. Excellent-PLUS condition, a faint drag-line around the cylinder being the only sign of wear.  8 3/8" barrel, checkered Goncalo Alves grips with small S&W medallion, this is a 57 no-dash series revolver, virtually as new with no box or paperwork. This model discontinued in 1993. PHOTOS . . . $1250.  REDUCED! $895.   not C&R  SOLD

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.  C&R  

SPANISH Model 600/43 semiautomatic pistol # 57389 (9mm Parabellum), mfg. by Astra in 1945 (Eibar date-code P). Excellent condition with 90% or more original bluing remaining (some holster wear at sides and front of grip). Has a strong and mirror bright bore and is functional. All-matching serial numbers (unnumbered magazine).  Has slightly worn checkered walnut grips. Not import-marked, a VERY nice-looking example. PHOTO . . . $750.   REDUCED! $595.  C&R 

AUSTRALIAN Victory model revolver # 752037 (.38 S&W) mfg. by Smith & Wesson in c.1942. Excellent condition, with 98% or better Parkerized finish. All-matching serial numbers with mirror-bright bore. Top-strap unmarked, Australian Dept. of Defense and FTR / MA55 markings on right side of frame, D↑D above 57 on left side of frame. Slightly worn S&W-logo checkered walnut grips.  PHOTOS . . . $525. REDUCED! $475.  C&R   SOLD

SOVIET Model 59 Makarov semiautomatic pistol # XW2203 (9x18 Makarov), mfg. at Izhevsk in 1976. Excellent-PLUS condition, with full bluing and very little sign of  wear. Bore is mirror-bright and strong. Includes correct red-star grips and one 8-round magazine numbered to this pistol. PHOTOS . . . $                   950.     C&R 

SOVIET Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # EK699 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Izhevsk in 1944. An original non-reworked example in Near Excellent condition with nearly full bluing, very strong markings, and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Cylinder numbered EE885, has worn coarsely checkered wooden grips and grip-panels. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $475.   C&R

SOVIET Model 59 Makarov semiautomatic pistol # XW3933 (9x18 Makarov), mfg. at Izhevsk in 1976. Excellent-PLUS condition, with full bluing and very little sign of  wear. Bore is mirror-bright and strong. Includes correct red-star grips and one 8-round magazine numbered to this pistol. PHOTOS . . . $950.     C&R 

   CHINESE Type 54 Tokarev semiautomatic pistol # 14089628 (7.62x25), mfg. by Factory 66 in 1967. Near Excellent condition, with most bluing and some verdigris from humidity on surfaces. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong. All matching serial numbers (except magazine). Grips are intact with star motif. Not import-marked, most likely a Vietnam War bringback. PHOTOS . . . $850.   C&R   SOLD

   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 . . . $950.   C&R

   SOVIET Model TT-33 Tokarev semiautomatic pistol # OA2793 (7.62x25 Tokarev)  mfg. at Izhevsk in 1944.  Good functional condition, with all-matching visible serial numbers (except magazine). Entire pistol (and magazine-floorplate) as been CHROME-PLATED (a very popular anti-rust treatment in the 1960's). Bore is shiny, has original grips.  Chrome-plating waa a very popular thing to do to pistols in Vietnam (there was a private "shiny shop" outside the gates of all military bases, usually with one-day service for a very modest price). Not import-marked, no added safety, likely a Vietnam War bringback, totally functional. PHOTOS . . . $750.   C&R  

   GERMAN Model 600 Astra semiautomatic pistol # 3755 (9x19 Luger) mfg. by Unceta y Compaņia, S.A. in Guernica (Spain) in 1944 (from a Nazi contract delivered on June 23, 1944). Excellent overall condition, with sharp markings and 95% original bluing (wear only at sharp edges of slide and front of grip). Finely-checkered walnut grips, has Nazi eagle over WaAD20 on left side of the frame. Excellent mirror-bright bore, all-matching numbers with two magazines and unmarked black leather full-flap military holster in Excellent condition. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $875.     C&R    SOLD


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