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

New stuff for Friday, May 26th, 2017

Note:  this page VALID for only 24 HOURS after above date !!!

WARNING! this page is NO LONGER CURRENT!
All unsold items are now listed on our "public" pages at 
http://www.empirearms.com

BEFORE you order anything from this page, make sure you read (and understand) our expanded Terms of Sale

A Federal Firearm License (FFL) MUST BE on-file with us ALREADY before we will accept any order for any post-1898 firearm!  

MILITARY PISTOLS

This page will automatically REFRESH  every ten minutes on most browsers

CROATIAN Model PHP MV semiautomatic pistol # 13078 (9mm). Excellent condition with 95% or better blued finish and strong Croatian crest above chamber. A unique native design, similar to a high-capacity P38. Bore is mirror-bright, markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped. Includes three 15-round PHP-marked magazines and black full-flap leather holster. PHOTOS . . . $395.    not C&R   SOLD

CZECH Model CZ50 semiautomatic pistol # 684641 (.32 ACP) mfg. at ČeskŠ Zbrcjovka in 1950. Excellent-PLUS condition with 100% Parkerized finish on slide (a distinct plum hue). Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and has black plastic CZ70-type grips that are not chipped. Includes one magazine and booklet. PHOTOS . . . $375.     C&R     SOLD

CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol # A3465 (rebarrelled to 9mm) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1953. Excellent-PLUS condition, with full original light gray Parkerized finish. Excellent, mirror-bright bore (new barrel), with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes one magazine, and original 7.62x25 barrel (serial numbered to this gun). PHOTOS . . . $450.    C&R    SOLD

CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol # Y7707 (7.62x25) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1954, refurbished in 1977. Excellent condition, with full dark black Parkerized finish. Excellent, mirror-bright bore, with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes one magazine, no other accessories. PHOTOS . . . $375.    C&R   

CZECH Model CZ82 semiautomatic pistol # 007777 (9x18)  mfg. in 1984 by CZ. Excellent condition with some minor chipping of enamel on sharp edges, has a mirror-perfect polygonal bore. Includes one 12-round magazine. PHOTOS . . . $450.      C&R  

EGYPTIAN Model 58 "Tokegypt" semiautomatic pistol # H00335 (9mm) mfg. by F.E.G. (Hungary) in the early 1960's.  Excellent (refinished) condition with 100% glossy blued finish.  All-matching numbers (except magazine) with a strong, mostly-bright  bore. Black-plastic wrap-around grips in good condition without any cracks, has original frame-mounted safety lever (they all did) and new leather sandal-type holster.  This is a variant of the Russian Tokarev pistol chambered for the 9mm Parabellum (Luger) cartridge which was standard issue in the Egyptian Army (these pistols were captured by Israel during the Six-Day War, with the Egyptian legend ground from left side of slide).  PHOTOS . . . $425.    C&R (specifically mentioned)  

FRENCH Model double-barreled pinfire pistol with twin folding triggers. Around 10mm / 45 Caliber, made around 1890.  Very Good condition, metal finish is bright, bore is rough but usable, finely checkered walnut grips have no cracks. Lever beneath barrels swings out to the right to unlock barrels so they fold down for loading. Both hammers and triggers are functional and I wouldn't hesitate to shoot this if any ammo could be located.  PHOTOS . . . $475.     Antique, no FFL required      SOLD

GERMAN Model 1930 Broomhandle semiautomatic Mauser pistol # 735072 (7.63x25 mm), mfg. at Mauser factory circa 1932. Good or better condition with all matching serial numbers. Bore is very dark and worn. Complete (no internal pieces obviously missing), but hammer does not cock (needs to be purchased by a tinkerer). Has very worn walnut grips with incorrect grip-screw (the only screw used on these pistols). Lanyard-ring is present, not import-marked. PHOTO. . . $450.   C&R     SOLD

GERMAN Model PP semiautomatic pistol # 339214 (.32 ACP), mfg. at Manurhin in the late 1970's. Excellent-PLUS condition, virtually AS-NEW in numbered Manurhin box (personalized with name of soldier), JW 1876 stamped on front of grip. Includes two magazines and brass cleaning rod. . PHOTO . . . $625.    C&R   SOLD

EAST GERMAN Model 59 Makarov semiautomatic pistol # D1758 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Suhl by Ernst Thšlmann in 1960. Excellent condition with 95% or better original but slightly dull bluing. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright. Includes black plastic checkered grips, two magazines and brown leather NVA holster. PHOTOS . . . $475.    C&R    SOLD

JAPANESE  Type 14 semiautomatic pistol, Series 2 # 13208 (8mm Nambu) mfg. at Nagoya in January, 1944.  Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing. All matching numbers except  magazine. Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and grooved wooden grips are sound. Includes reproduction leather clamshell full-flap military holster.. Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $950.   C&R     SOLD

POLISH Model MAG 98 semiautomatic pistol # B01467 (9 mm) mfg. by Z. M. Lucznik, Radom in 2000.  Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing (some minor holster wear at sharp corners). Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, includes TWO 15-round magazines, no other accessories. PHOTOS . . . $400.     not C&R   

RUSSIAN Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 8394 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1913 with remaining legend on left side buffed off during rework. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with full bluing and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Coarse checkered bakelite grips and grip-panels. An early import with very small markings on the right side of the barrel. Since at the beginning of each year the serial numbers began anew with #1 it was important to retain the year of manufacture when refurbishing, so the year was restamped if no trace remained after buffing.  PHOTOS . . . $275.   C&R 

SOVIET Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 27329 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1923 with PCFCP stamped on left side. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with full bluing, very strong markings, and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Sharp checkered wooden grips and grip-panels, includes holster. An early import with very small markings on the right side of the barrel.  PHOTOS . . . $350.   C&R    SOLD

SPANISH Model B semiautomatic pistol # 235757 (9mm Parabellum), mfg. by Star in 1943 (Eibar date-code ). Excellent arsenal-refinished condition with 95% or better bluing and all-matching serial numbers, possibly spurious WaA251 proof on  right side of grip tang. Has a strong and bright bore, and is functional. Includes two magazines, with slightly worn checkered walnut grips.  PHOTO . . . $325.    C&R   SOLD

MILITARY RIFLES

BELGIAN Model 1935 Mauser bolt-action rifle # 72630 (7.65x53) mfg. by Fabrique National in 1940 with crest above chamber having crowned L for Leopold III (who reigned 1934-1950). Excellent PLUS condition, with 99% original bluing. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong.  All matching numbers (very unusual for these). Buttstock and handguard is walnut and despite many handling marks it has its original finish and is quite attractive, with a bold 1940-dated cartouche on right side. Includes cleaning-rod and rare brown-leather Belgian military sling.  Has a 23.5" barrel with unusual hinged barrel-bands. Not import-marked, it has been many years since I have seen a Model 1935 Belgian Mauser anywhere near as nice as this one offered for sale at any price!  PHOTOS . . . $1750.   C&R 

CHINESE Model 30 Mauser bolt-action rifle # 4537 (8x57) mfg. by Fabrique Nationale in 1938.  Very Good condition, bold FN in oval logo above chamber. No matching numbered parts, bore is dark and rough.  Stock is walnut with considerable handling marks, missing cleaning rod and handguard totally missing. Scarce. PHOTO . . . $300.      C&R 

CHINESE Model 1933 Mauser Standard Modell bolt-action short rifle # C25844 (8x57) mfg. by Mauser in the mid-1930-'s with bent bolt.  Very Good condition, with 70% or so browned and fading bluing. No matching serial numbers, has bold Mauser banner above chamber, Nationalist Chinese Sun (with number 29 beneath) to left of serial number. Bore is dark with lots of crud but has strong rifling, stock is very dry with cracks at bottom of tang (repaired by tacks). No cleaning rod. Functional. PHOTOS . . . $375.     C&R

CHINESE Model 1935 Mauser bolt-action infantry rifle # +3S6607 (8x57) mfg. by Hangyang Arsenal in 1935. A copy of the Gewehr 88 rifle in Very Good condition, with 60% or so browned and fading bluing. No matching serial numbers, has no crest above chamber. Bore is dark with lots of crud in the grooves but has strong rifling, stock is very dry with cracks at tang and a large oval cartouche on left right side, two other Chinese cartouches on right side (referring to the county of Wan Xian in Sichuan province). No cleaning rod, rear band installed backwards. Not import marked, functional. PHOTOS . . . $275.     C&R    SOLD

CHINESE Model vz24 Mauser bolt-action short rifle # P42146 (8x57) mfg. by Brno in 1937 (Chinese contract). Very Good condition, with full bluing on external metal (small parts browned). Bolt not numbered, bore is dark and rough, and has been counterbored at muzzle. Walnut stock has original finish with a few dings and gouges from handling but is quite attractive. Not import marked, missing cleaning rod but retains front sight protector.  PHOTOS . . . $375.    C&R   SOLD

CZECH Model vz24 Mauser bolt-action short rifle # 2522U4 (8x57mm) mfg. by CZ in c.1938.  Very Good or better original condition, with much original bluing intact. Matching bolt, top of chamber has very bold two-tailed rampant Czech lion. Bore is mostly bright and strong. Walnut stock has many scuffs and dents from actual use, unit-disk on right side stamped 40. P. / 1645. Missing cleaning rod and front sight protector. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $525.    C&R     SOLD

FRENCH Model 1936 MAS bolt-action rifle # P29169 (7.5x54 MAS) mfg. by St. Ettienne after 1948.  Very Good or so original condition. Triggerguard matches receiver but nothing else does. Gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Includes integral spike-bayonet, wood has quite a few scuffs and dings, with arsenal repair at tang. PHOTOS . . . $250.      C&R    SOLD 

GERMAN Gewehr 88 Commission bolt-action rifle # 2249n (8x57J) mfg. by Steyr in 1890.  Fair to Good condition, very little remaining bluing with most metal browned and rough with some scale and minor pitting at the wood-line. No matching serial numbers. Barrel and receiver S-marked, bore is literally a sewer-pipe. Must be utilized with Gew.88 charger-clip (not included).  Walnut stock rough and cracked at the wrist,  with lots of contact-marks from actual usage and has large Chinese cartouche on right side. Rear sight missing its slider, rear barrel-band broken, missing cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $200.    Antique, no FFL required   SOLD

GERMAN Gewehr 88 Commission bolt-action rifle # 8597e (8x57J) mfg. by Steyr in 1894.  Fair to Good condition, very little remaining bluing with most metal browned and rough with some scale and minor pitting at the wood-line. No matching serial numbers. Barrel and receiver not S-marked, bore is surprisingly decent, quite bright and very strong. Must be utilized with Gew.88 charger-clip (not included).  Walnut stock rough with lots of contact-marks from actual usage and some initials carved on both sides with visible acceptance cartouches. Completely functional, I would not hesitate to shoot this (however I DO NOT recommend any firing military ammo in it, only modern U.S.-manufactured commercial loads in it rather than milsurp ammo). Missing cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $275.    Antique, no FFL required     SOLD

GERMAN Gewehr 88/05 Commission bolt-action rifle # 4376y (8x57JS) mfg. by Spandau in 1890 with a turned-down bolt.  Externally Very Good or better condition, a Turkish refurb with most remaining bluing and retaining its metal barrel-jacket, magazine altered in 1905 to utilize regular stripper-clip loading. No matching numbers (as usual). Barrel and receiver S-marked, bore is mirror-bright. Walnut stock has faint imperial marking (refinished by the Turks many decades ago). Completely functional, I would not hesitate to shoot this (however I DO NOT recommend any firing military ammo in it, only modern U.S.-manufactured commercial loads in it rather than milsurp ammo). Includes cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $375.    Antique, no FFL required     SOLD

GERMAN Model Karbiner 98 bolt-action cavalry rifle # 506y (8x57mm) mfg. by Erfurt in 1917.  Good condition, metal has a gray coloration and little remaining bluing.  No matching serial numbers, no overt Turkish markings with a very strong and somewhat bright bore. Beech buttstock has the expected handling marks and several; arsenal repairs.  Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $425.      C&R

GERMAN  Model 98k Mauser bolt-action rifle # 9141ii (8x57) mfg. by Bystrica (code dou) in 1943.  Very Good or so condition, very little remaining bluing on external metal but has a mirror-bright very strong bore. No matching numbers, Nazi eagle /swastikas are intact. Stock is laminate with a cupped buttplate and has the expected handling marks and scratches from actual use. Has stacking-rod and front sight hood in place. PHOTO . . . $475.      C&R   SOLD

JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action short rifle Series 5, # 76707 (7.7x58) mfg. at Nagoya in mid 1943. Excellent condition with nearly full original bluing (some minor areas of verdigris) and has very bright and strong chrome-lined bore.  Intact mum, includes sliding metal action-cover, missing cleaning rod, no provision for monopod. Bolt (and all bolt parts) numbered 361. Rear sight missing its slider and button that retains cleaning rod also missing. Stock has been refinished sometime in the distant past with none of the expected handling marks, handguard has a thin lengthwise crack.  Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $450.    C&R    SOLD

POLISH Model wz29 Mauser bolt-action short rifle # 88741P (8x57), undated, mfg. by Warsaw between the wars with straight-bolt, arsenal-refurbished by the Spain during their civil war in the mid-1930's.  Near Excellent condition, with 90% Parkerized finish on all parts. Bolt mismatched (but is correct Polish bolt). Bore is mirror-bright and very strong. Rifle has no markings other than circled-Z proofs on bolt-knob and right side of receiver, no cleaning-rod. Stock has thin diagonal cracks on both sides of pistol-grip that has been arsenal-repaired. PHOTOS . . . $425.     C&R   SOLD

PORTUGUESE Model 904/39 Mauser-Verguiero bolt-action short rifle # 9527 (8x57) mfg. by DWM in 1904. Very Good condition with all matching numbered parts, royal crest of King Carlos I above chamber. Black metal finish is quite nice, has a mostly bright bore and includes cleaning-rod. Stock has a few handling marked but is sound, two threaded holes drilled in rear sight leaf (but not in rifle itself). Originally chambered in the obsolete 6.5x58 Verguiero cartridge, these rifles were rechambered to 8x57 in Germany just before WWII and have one of the smoothest actions of any military rifle. PHOTOS . . . $325.     C&R     SOLD

RUSSIAN Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action infantry rifle # 230611 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Tula in 1916 with Peter The Great marking, a Balkan rework, barrel marked C (for Serbia). Very Good condition with nearly full bluing on all metal parts and a somewhat bright bore. No matching numbered parts. Stock has many handling marks in finish with an arsenal repair at wrist. Includes cleaning rod.  PHOTOS . . . $375.    C&R 

RUSSIAN Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action infantry rifle # 190713F (7.62x54R) mfg. by Tula in 1917 with Peter The Great marking. Very Good condition with much bluing on metal parts and a somewhat bright bore. Buttplate numbered 190713, no other  matching numbered parts. Stock has many handling marks in finish but is sound. Includes cleaning rod.  PHOTOS . . . $325.    C&R    SOLD

TURKISH Model 22 bolt-action infantry rifle # E5557 (8x57mm) mfg. by Brno in 1922 (undated). Very Good or batter condition, with nearly full bluing and a mirror-bright bore. Bolt is unnumbered, no overt Turkish markings except for Arabic numerals on rear sight. Includes cleaning rod, rear sling-swivel is of the detachable type (and is present).  Walnut buttstock has the expected handling marks from actual use. PHOTOS . . . $325.      C&R    SOLD

U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 249860 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in February, 1941 with a SA 2-41 barrel.  Excellent condition with full Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is bright (TE = 3.50, MW = 1.5) with very strong rifling. Features all correct early parts, Walnut stock has bold (original)  SA / NFR cartouche on left side and is in excellent condition with inventory / rack numbers on left side.  Not import-marked, a very desirable early Garand.  PHOTOS . . . $2250.     C&R    SOLD

YUGOSLAVIAN Model 48 Mauser bolt-action rifle # A24995 (8x57mm) mfg. c.1950 with bent bolt. Excellent-PLUS, literally UNISSUED condition with full bluing, bore is perfect and mirror-bright. All matching serial numbers, stock has basically no handling marks. Includes cleaning rod and front sight hood. PHOTOS . . . $475.      C&R      SOLD

The unsold items from this page will be added to our "public" web-pages on
Saturday, May 27th and at that time we will discontinue updating this page.

 



HOW TO ORDER FROM EMPIRE ARMS:

Get instructions on how to safely e-mail your credit-card information to us by clicking HERE




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



BBBOnLine Reliability Seal