95 Seminole Ave    Ormond Beach, FL 32176      (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 6 September 2021, updated 24 September 2021

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

We DO NOT accept PHONE ORDERS!
*ALL* orders must be e-mailed

(please include your ship-to address and contact phone #)
 

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".  
We prefer them scanned and sent as an email attachment. 

It is a very good idea to email 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

PORTUGUESE Model 1906 Luger semiautomatic pistol  # 1944 (.30 Luger) mfg. by DWM in 1909. Excellent or better condition, with some slight holster wear. Crowned M2 above chamber (for King Manuel 2nd, deposed on 5 October 1910). All numbered components stamped 44, has grip safety. Wood bottomed magazine not numbered. All markings clear, has excellent, mirror-bright bore and is completely functional.  Not import marked, very rare.  PHOTOS . . . $1975.    C&R  SOLD

  CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol #  LB2152 (7.62x25) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1954.  Excellent-PLUS condition, with original light gray Parkerized finish. Has mirror-bright bore, with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes two magazines and worn pigskin holster. PHOTOS . . . $450.    C&R  SOLD

  U.S.A. double action six-shot top-break nickel-plated revolver # 59829, (.32 Smith & Wesson) with 3 inch ribbed barrel, branded Thames Arms Co. (but made by Hopkins and Allen) from 1900 to 1905. A well made example in Excellent condition. The gun is marked with patent dates on the top of the barrel rib of PAT JAN 5. OCT 5. 86 with THAMES' ARMS CO. above. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 96% original nickel finish showing some sparsely scattered flaking (primarily on the right side of the barrel-rib). The small parts retain strong case-hardened colors and the bore is surprisingly bright and strong (with a bit of debris in the grooves). The black checkered hard rubber grips remain in excellent condition. Barrel-to-frame fit is solid and the action functions well mechanically, however the cam spring appears to be broken so the ejector does not rise up from the cylinder when the barrel is lowered for loading (no big deal, just remove the empty cases with a chopstick or something similar). PHOTOS. . . $150.   C&R    SOLD

  U.S.A. Type Six 2nd Model six-shot top-break double action nickel-plated revolver # 44665, (.32 Smith & Wesson) with 3 inch ribbed barrel. This was made by Harrington & Richardson from 1896 to 1897. A well made example in Excellent condition, metal surfaces retain over 98% original nickel finish with one small spot of staining on the left side of barrel-rib. The hammer and locking mechanism have case-hardened colors and the bore is extremely bright and strong. The black checkered hard rubber target-logo grips remain in excellent condition. Barrel-to-frame fit is solid and the action functions well mechanically. PHOTOS. . . $375.   Antique, no FFL required  SOLD

  U.S.A. Type Ten 2nd Model six-shot top-break double action nickel-plated revolver # 5208, (.32 Smith & Wesson) with 3 inch ribbed barrel. This is was made by Harrington & Richardson from 1898 to 1905. A well made example in Very Good condition, metal surfaces retain about 80% original nickel finish with much flaking of the nickel plating. The small parts (hammer, trigger-guard and locking mechanism) retain strong case-hardened colors and the bore is extremely bright and strong. The black checkered hard rubber target-logo grips remain in excellent condition. Barrel-to-frame fit is solid and the action functions well mechanically. PHOTOS. . . $225.   C&R  SOLD

  GERMAN Model 1907 Dreyse semiautomatic pistol # 32760 (.32 ACP), mfg. at Rheinische Metallwaaren & Maschinenfabrik in c.1912.  Very Good condition, with much bluing remaining (worn at corners and edges). Bore is bright and very strong, includes one magazine. Not import-marked, completely functional. PHOTOS . . . $425.   C&R     SOLD

  GERMAN Model 17 "Unique" semiautomatic pistol # 71536 (.32 ACP)  mfg. by Manufacture d'Armes des Pyrénées, Hendaye in 1942. Basically a pistol of the time-tested "Ruby" design. Excellent condition with 95% or better bluing, very little actual wear and a sharp and mostly bright bore. Black-plastic grips embossed 7.65m/m and 9 SCHUSS (right grip chipped on bottom corner), WaAD20 Nazi inspector proof on right side of frame. Includes one 9-round magazine. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $625.  C&R   SOLD



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