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ARGENTINE Model Ballester-Molina semiautomatic pistol # 11975 (.45 ACP), mfg. at Hafdasa for the Argentine Navy in the mid 1940's. Excellent condition, with full original Parkerized metal (not refinished), some light speckling on slide. Bore is very strong and mirror-bright. Unusually serial numbered only on left side of frame, all markings clear with bold Argentine crest and REPUBLICA ARGENTINA // ARMADA NACIONAL in two lines on right side of slide. Includes one mismatched 7-round magazine. Slightly worn and dark grooved walnut grips. Very tiny import-mark on bottom of grip. PHOTO. . . $725. C&R SOLD
CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol # N383 (7.62x25) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1954. Excellent-PLUS refurbished condition, with full dark black Parkerized finish. Excellent, mirror-bright bore, with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes two magazines, and excellent 1954-dated pigskin holster. PHOTOS . . . $410. C&R SOLD
CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol # LB6284 (7.62x25) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1954. Excellent-PLUS refurbished condition, with full dark black Parkerized finish. This pistol has had a post-market slide-release installed that looks and functions great. Excellent mirror-bright bore, with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes two magazines, cleaning rod, and excellent tan leather full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $450. C&R SOLD
SOVIET Model 59 Makarov semiautomatic pistol # IC2971 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Izhevsk in 1970. Excellent-PLUS condition with 99% or better original bluing. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright. Includes reddish star grips, two magazines and raindrop-pattern East German holster. Not import marked, very scarce PHOTOS . . . $1500. 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.
U.S.A. Model Vaquero revolver # 57-27198 (.45 Long Colt), mfg. by Sturm Ruger in 1999. Excellent-PLUS condition, a faint drag-line around the cylinder being the only sign of wear. 5 1/2" barrel, factory chrome finish with faux-ivory grips. Complete with tooled leather western-style holster. This model discontinued in 2005. PHOTOS . . . $750.
U.S.A. Model R-101 Sentinel revolver # 105543 (.22 Long Rifle), mfg. by Hi Standard in 1959. A handy and accurate 9-shot revolver with anodized Aluminum frame and blued steel barrel and cylinder. Excellent condition with full finish, a drag-line around the cylinder being the only sign of wear. 3" barrel, with square bottom white plastic grips. Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $250. C&R SOLD
U.S.A. Model 88 J. C. Higgins revolver # 9844 (.22 Long Rifle), mfg. by Hi Standard in 1956 and marketed by Sears, Roebuck & Co. An extremely accurate 9-shot revolver with anodized Aluminum frame and blued steel barrel and cylinder. Very Good or better condition with nearly full finish. 6" barrel, with square bottom brown plastic grips. Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $210. C&R SOLD
CANADIAN Model 1905 bolt-action straight-pull infantry rifle # 6576 (.303 British) mfg. by Ross Rifle Co. in 1910 with U.S. property-marks behind triggerguard. Very Good or better condition with most bluing on receiver and most remaining metal parts with a mirror-bright bore and extremely strong rifling. Bolt still has some fading case-colors, rifle remains in its original military configuration (most remaining have been sporeterized). Nicely flame-figured walnut stock has not been sanded (but has two long hairline cracks in bottom of forend, as shown in photo), U.S. cartouches on the bottom of stock behind triggerguard has ordnance bomb and 6576 U.S. serial number. Includes correct bayonet and scabbard (dated 1911, also with deep U.S. property marks on both). Not import marked, quite rare. PHOTOS . . . $1575. C&R
CZECH Model vz52/57 semiautomatic rifle # BY69732 (7.62x39) mfg. by CZ Bystrica in 1958. Excellent-PLUS condition, virtually UNISSUED with all original gray Parkerized blued finish intact and a mirror-bright and very strong chrome-lined bore. Bolt actuator and handguard do not match but this cannot be seen without removal. Stock is excellent with original finish (an earlier serial number is crossed-out, and matching number stamped atop it), includes correct sling and muzzle-cap as well as spare magazine contained in leather pouch. The butt-trap still contains unused cleaning tools. Not import-marked, I acquired this in 1985 from a Marine who stated he pulled it out of a wooden crate while on-duty in Grenada two years earlier. PHOTOS . . . $1650. C&R SOLD
FRENCH Model 1936 MAS bolt-action rifle # FG38878 (7.5x54 MAS) mfg. by St. Ettienne. . Excellent-PLUS arsenal refurbished condition with full Parkerized finish on all metal and a near perfect wood stock. Strong, mirror-bright bore, bolt and stock matching (no other numbered parts). Includes integral spike-bayonet. PHOTOS . . . $475. C&R SOLD
LUXEMBOURG Model FN-49 Saive semiautomatic rifle # 3299 (.30-06) mfg. by Fabrique National in 1950. Very Good condition with 75% chipping black-enamel finish (some bare metal slightly browned), all-matching numbers. Bore is gorgeous and mirror-bright, AL stamped above chamber. Nice walnut stock with only a few of the expected handling-marks, includes correct bayonet & scabbard (non-matching). Only 6,000 FN-49 rifles were made for Luxembourg, and .30-06 is the most desirable chambering in this model rifle. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $1450. C&R SOLD
SOVIET Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action PU SNIPER rifle # HG7655 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1943. Near Excellent condition with 90+% bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright bore (NOT counterbored at muzzle). All-matching numbered parts (no letter prefixes), earlier scope serial not matching replacement scope. 1943-dated PU scope was refurbished in 1952 and again in 1962, and has excellent optics. Includes cleaning rod, stock has many handling marks and scratches, includes olive-green web sling. Not import marked, owned by me since 1982 and purchased from a Vietnam Vet in California. PHOTOS . . . $1500. C&R SOLD
SOVIET Model SKS semiautomatic carbine # LP585 (7.62x39) mfg. by Tula in 1951. Excellent-PLUS condition, with full bluing and all matching serial numbers (including laminated buttstock). Gorgeous chrome-lined bore, includes blade bayonet, correct sling and cleaning rod, cleaning kit in the butt-trap. Owned by me for 25+ years, and still the nicest example of the literally thousands that has passed through our hands since. PHOTOS . . . . $650. C&R SOLD
SWEDISH Model 38 Mauser bolt-action short-rifle # 17666 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1899 with bent-bolt and threaded muzzle (protected by metal cap). Excellent condition, with 98% original bluing on all parts. Has a mirror-bright very strong bore (bore-disk indicating 6.49/0). Rear sight has 100 meter zero. All-matching stamped numbers (666) except barrel-bands (crooked crowns on magazine floorplate). Beech stock & handguard has been sanded and has a very thin crack at tang, with a couple scrapes and handling-marks. Includes unnumbered cleaning-rod and military leather sling. PHOTOS . . . $525. C&R
SWEDISH Model 40 Mauser bolt-action ANTI-TANK rifle # 134c (8x63mm), mfg. by Gustloff Werke in 1940, a standard Nazi 98k which was rechambered at Carl Gustaf and has a five-chamber muzzle-break added. Excellent-PLUS condition, with 99% or better original bluing on all parts. Has a mirror-bright very strong bore. All matching Nazi serial numbers (134) except for the muzzle-break (which was added by the Swedes and not part of the original production). Rear sight base stamped S.S. (for Swedish inspector Stan Stenmo, not those other Nazi fellas who also used those same letters), :Laminated stock & handguard has matching stamped serial numbers and a short very thin crack at tang and original Nazi sling. See "Crown Jewels, the Mauser in Sweden" by Dana Jones. pages 88-89, figures 171 and 174-5 (THIS RIFLE). Of the highest rarity, with only five examples known and likely the only one in private hands. No import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $9500. C&R
SWEDISH Model AG42B Ljungmann semiautomatic rifle # 23899 (6.5x55) mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1945. Excellent-PLUS condition, virtually UNISSUED with 99% or better original bluing. Includes cleaning-rod, bore is excellent and mirror-bright with a 6.49/0 stamped bore-disk, bolt is not numbered with electro-pencil on left side. Wood is beech with virtually zero handling-marks. Includes ten-round detachable magazine and as-new Swedish military leather sling. Not import marked, owned by me since 1985 and by FAR the finest example I have ever encountered anywhere! PHOTOS . . . $1500. C&R SOLD
U.S.A. Model M1 National Match Garand semiautomatic rifle # 1754767 (7.62 NATO) mfg. by Springfield Armory in August, 1943, a U.S. Navy Mark 2, Mod. 0 conversion with unmarked barrel. Excellent condition with most Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is quite nice (TE = 7.0, ME = 1.0). Has all SA-marked parts (except for barrel and op-rod, as noted), near pristine unmarked fiberglass-bedded walnut stock set with very few of the expected dings and handling marks typical of a Navy conversion. Not import marked, scarce. PHOTOS . . . $1650. C&R
U.S.A. Model M1 Type 2 National Match Garand semiautomatic rifle # 5926833 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in October, 1944 with a SS 10-54 NM marked barrel. Excellent-PLUS condition with all Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is quite nice (TE = 2.0, ME = 1.0). Has all SA-marked parts including barrel, gorgeous USGI Walnut stock set with bold DOD cartouche, very few extremely minor handling marks, standard cleaning kit in butt and web sling.. This was manufactured as a Type 1 National Match, and upgraded to a Type 2 National Match around 1962 with fiberglass-imbedded stock and hooded NM rear sight. Owned personally by me for over 30 years, not import marked, rare. PHOTOS . . . $2950. C&R SOLD
U.S.A. Model AR-180 Armalite semiautomatic rifle # S18280 (.223 or 5.56x45) mfg. by Sterling (England) during 1979-1985. Excellent condition with all anodized finish remaining on all metal and a near-perfect bore. Has seem very little use (basically a closet gun for the last 30+ years . . . I cannot remember when I last took it to the range). Lockup of the stock in open position is a bit wobbly, but that is an east fix (and never was one of this carbines strong points), Includes one 30-round magazine (AR15 magazines can be easily altered t fit, and if so will still function in an AR-15) and black "silent sling". PHOTOS . . . $1150. SOLD
U.S.A. Model 1894 Winchester Classic lever-action rifle # 3198506 (.30-30 Winchester) mfg. by Winchester in 1969. Very Good overall condition with all original parts and full bluing on metal, the salt-cured stock has causer minor patches of rust where the metal touched the wood. Has octagonal barrel with a near-perfect bore and it has been in my closet for over 35 years, so it's time to go. PHOTO . . . $325. SOLD
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