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$1,775

Colt M1903 WWII US Property British Lend-Lease No Reserve

This 1942 Colt Military M1903 is a British lend lease pistol is offered with the Kraft shipping box serial number matched to the Colt pistol and includes the original cleaning rod. This WWII M1903 is chambered in .32ACP and has a 3.75-inch barrel. Finished in the phosphate coating known as “Parkerized” it also wears a […]

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$1,400

Colt Royal National Match Talo Edition 94 of 250 No Reserve

This Colt Royal National Match Talo Edition is number 94 of 250, a special edition national match pistol commissioned by TALO with the upgrades you would expect in a standard Gold Cup National Match plus a few more. Finished in Blue these feature the retro style slide roll marks and a polished slide. This pistol […]

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$747

1987 Colt 1911 Gold Cup National Match Gold Cup Elite 1 of 750 No Reserve

This 1987 Colt Gold Cup National Match is one of 750 units originally produced by Colt under the “Gold Cup Elite” title. A .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol, manufactured with upgrades found commonly found in target pistols which typically gave customer hand fitted internals and a few other upgrades straight from the factory, that would normally […]

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$500

1958 Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22lr No Reserve

This 1958 Colt Single Action Frontier Scout is chambered in .22lr finished in blue and wears artificial Stag grips with the Colt Medallion and is fitted with a 4 ¾ in barrel. Included with the revolver is the serial number matched wood grain cardboard box and the factory instruction sheet. This late 1950’s single action […]

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$650

Colt Gold Cup National Match MK IV Series 80 1911 No Reserve

This Colt Gold Cup National Match MK IV Series 80 is chambered in .45 ACP and is finished in blue. Offered with two magazines, additional recoil spring, Colt branded barrel bushing tool, hex key, and other factory related pamphlets in the serial number matched blue Colt hard clamshell case.  This Gold Cup was manufactured in […]

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$375

Colt Target Pistol 22LR Pre-Woodsman No Reserve

This Colt Target Pistol 22LR Pre-Woodsman, manufactured in 1922 is an excellent example of what Colt referred to as the “Colt Automatic Target Pistol” and would take the “Woodsman” moniker in 1927. The target pistol wears a 6 5/8” tapered pencil barrel, can carry 10 rounds of .22LR and has adjustable front sight and rear […]

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$5,250

Colt M1911 U.S. Army .45 ACP Transition Model No Reserve

This Colt M1911 U.S. Army .45 ACP Transition Model is a Semi-Automatic pistol chambered in .45 ACP. The Transition model started production in January 1924, and the final pistols in the contract were delivered in July 1924. This production run included Serial numbers 700,001 –710,000. Colt’s contract was to improve the original production design of […]

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$725

Series 80 Colt Combat Elite 1911 Two-Tone .45 ACP No Reserve

This Series 80 Colt Combat Elite is an excellent example of the 1980’s, offered in a two-tone finish. Stainless steel frame and blue slide. Manufactured in 1989, this Combat 1911 is a single action, semi-automatic, chambered in .45 ACP. It Includes the serial number matched maroon box, Styrofoam insert, factory pamphlet and a Colt factory […]

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$12,000

1913 Colt Government Model W/ Colt Factory Letter

This 1913 Colt Government Model 1911 with the Colt Factory Archive letter is finished a “mirror like” high polish blue and fire blue small parts. Manufactured in 1913 the second year of production for the government model, a limited number of the early high polish pistols were produced due to the finish easily showing scratches. […]

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$3,179

Colt Service Model Ace 22LR WB Inspected

This Colt Service Model Ace is finished in blue and features the Williams Floating Chamber and adjustable Stevens rear sight. A Semi-automatic pistol chambered in .22 LR, designed slightly different from the standard ACE. The floating chamber aided the recoil response that mimicked the action of the .45 ACP pistols. This military proof marked Colt […]

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$1,200

Colt M1903 Pocket Hammerless High Polish Blue 32ACP

This Colt M1903 Pocket Hammerless is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in .32 acp, and is capable of carrying 7 rounds. Manufactured in 1911, this M1903 features a heel style magazine release, grip safety, and a slide lock safety. The pocket hammerless also know and the general officers pistol, saw a few variants over time and this […]

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$4,000

1943 Colt M1911A1 Canadian Lend Lease

This 1943 Colt M1911A1 Canadian Lend–Lease is chambered in .45 ACP and is an excellent example of those pistols shipped as part of the Lend–Lease Act, it has the Canadian C-broad arrow proof and the London Proof House mark. The Lend-Lease allowed the British Empire to receive munitions and Arms from the US Government, however […]

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$119

WWII US 1942 BOYT Leather Holster No Reserve

This WWII US 1942 Dated BOYT Leather Holster, a M1916 model hostler produced by BOYT Holster Company of Iowa. BOYT was one of a few Holster Manufactures that produced M1911 holsters for both World Wars. This Holster is in excellent condition, shows a nice worn in natural finish and trace amounts of verdigris forming on […]

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$2,400

1957 Smith & Wesson Pre Model 29 .44 Mag 6.5in

This 1957 Smith & Wesson Pre Model 29 is finished in bright blue and fitted with a 6.5-inch pinned barrel. Built on the 4 screw N frame, this 6-shot swing out recessed cylinder, is capable of the .44 Mag or a .44 Spl. The Pre-Model-29 revolver was a successor of the Registered Magnum in the […]

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$4,000

1937 Colt ACE 22LR w/ Box and Colt Archive Letter

This 1937 Colt Ace is chambered in .22lr is offered with the serial numbered matched box, bore brush, serial number matched test target, Colt Factory pamphlets, and Colt Factory Archive letter. The Ace made its market debut in 1931, originally ordered by chief of Ordnance in 1913, Springfield armory was to develop a .22 caliber […]

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$1,800

1945 Ithaca M1911A1 FJA Inspected .45 ACP

This World War II Ithaca M1911A1 U.S. Army Issue, dates as 1945 production and is one of the last of 41,305 units manufactured by Ithaca Gun Co. Of New York. Ithaca along with Union Switch & Signal, Remington Rand and Colt, all carried the banner of M1911A1 production through World War II. It’s chambered in […]

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$1,580

1914 Colt Police Positive Target 32 Police

This 1914 Colt Police Positive Target finished in Colt’s factory charcoal blue, known as a high polish blue with a 6” barrel and adjustable sites. A rarity in the early double action revolvers, found on the target models. The top strap is flat on this target model.  Non target models you would see a serrated […]

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$225

Colt 1911 Magazines WWI WWII .45 ACP .22LR No Reserve

This lot of Colt M1911 magazines includes a total of four, three in .45 ACP magazines and one .22LR magazine. All finished in blue, 2 two tone and 2 full blue. From left to right a Type IV Two tone that wears a “R” on the top of the magazine base plate toe. 2nd from […]

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$3,000

1915 DWM Artillery Luger 20a Serial Number 9mm

This 1915 production DWM Artillery Luger is an excellent example of the 1914 Artillery long pistol known as the LP 08. This infamous parabellum pistol is chambered in 9mm and wears an 8 in barrel (200mm). This pistol is a serial number of “20a” . Military Lugers were numbered 1 –10000.  After that the production […]

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$250

Colt M1911 .45 ACP Barrels No Reserve

This lot of Colt M1911 .45 ACP barrels includes a total of 3, all of which are in similar condition with some silvering common with cycling on the outer surface. All 3 are blue in finish and all show strong lands and grooves. The first shows “S” and “P” on the lug, it has a […]

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$136

Colt M1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Grip 2 Sets No Reserve

This Colt M1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Grip set includes 1 set of hard rubber square top grips and 1 set of Checkered Walnut square top grips. Both are in excellent condition and would be excellent replacements. No major handling marks or chips on either set. Both sets come with a blue grip screw, in excellent […]

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$4,200

Colt Python Target 8″ Blue .38 Special No Reserve

This 1980 Colt Python Target is chambered in .38 special and shows off a full 8” Ribbed Barrel. This Gun features walnut target grips, with inlaid Colt Rampant Pony medallions in gold on each side. The Frame features the standard Accro adjustable rear site and at the end of the 8″ barrel the serrated ramped […]

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$1,500

Un-Quality Presentation M1 Carbine

This Un-Quality presentation M1 Carbine was awarded to Adjutant General Billy G. Wellman. The M1 Carbine is a semi-automatic carbine rifle chambered in Cal .30. General Billy G. Wellman served as Kentucky’s Adjutant General From 1977 to 1987. In addition to his service as an Adjutant General Wellman was highly decorated and held many positions during […]

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$1,000

Smith & Wesson Model 1 2nd Issue

This Smith & Wesson Model 1 is a 2nd Issue and is chambered in .22 short black powder cartridge. This tip up single action revolver holds 7 rounds. The S&W Model 1 holds the title as the first commercially successful revolver to use a rimfire cartridge. This early rimfire cartridge revolver was a revolutionary step […]

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$2,251

1968 Colt Python 357 Mag 6” Royal Blue NIB

This 1968 Colt Python is chambered in .357 magnum and sports a 6” vented top ribbed barrel. New in box condition this early Colt includes the factory box, papers and test target all numbered to the Revolver. A 55-year-old Python revolver, that boasts no excuses as a collector grade firearm. Colt’s Python is the flagship double […]

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$1,100

Remington Rand M1911A1 Ogden Arsenal Rebuild .45ACP No Reserve

This Remington Rand M1911A1 Ogden Arsenal Rebuild, dates as 1945 manufactured Semi-Automatic Pistol. Arsenal Rebuild pistols were taken in, inspected and rebuilt with replacement parts needed to bring them up to operational standards. The Ogden Arsenal was built in 1921 and began storing munitions from World War I that same year. This Remington Rand rebuilds most […]

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$2,500

Colt M1903 WWII US Property British Lend-Lease

This 1942 Colt Military M1903 chambered in .32ACP with a 3.75-inch barrel and factory parkerized finish. This WWII M1903 is a US Property British lend-lease Colt Pistol. In 1941 the U.S. Government passed the lease-lend act, that allowed the United States to supply any nations that were deemed critical to the defense of the United […]

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$455

Colt Cobra 1965 .38 Special No Reserve

This Colt Cobra revolver is chambered in .38 special and according to Colt’s serial number lookup was produced in 1965. The Cobra was the first of the lightweight revolvers to come from Colt. Although it is a serpent, it’s not to be confused with that of the King Cobra. Cobra production started in 1950, shortly […]

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$2,701

WWI Colt M1911 U.S. ARMY .45 ACP

This WWI Colt M1911 U.S. Army .45 ACP was produced in 1914. Approximately 30,000 Colt M1911 pistols were shipped in 1914 in preparation for World War 1. The pistols produced during this time were part of multiple direct shipments to State Militias and National Guard Units.  This WWI Colt M1911 Is listed in Charles Clawson’s […]

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$1,899

Colt Government Model 1969 .45 ACP w/ Box

This 1969 Colt Government Model is an excellent example of a Pre-70 series and would be an excellent addition for any collection. Offered with the Colt wood grain cardboard box and Colts Automatic pistol factory instruction sheet. Colt would update the barrel bushing for the 70 series, which would change the barrel bushing to collet […]

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$4,500

Colt Single Action Army 1st-Gen King Modified

This Colt Single Action Army 1st Generation is a rare example of a finely modified Single Action Revolver by King Gun Sight Company. King was revered as state–of–the–art for aftermarket modifications to any firearm at the time. Single Actions were not commonly modified. The modifications on this Colt SAA include; King Ramp-Red-Bead-Reflector Front Sight ($5 […]

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$975

Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless 1937 .32 ACP No Reserve

This 1937 Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless semi-automatic pistol is chambered in .32 ACP at an 8-round capacity and offered with a Colt factory archive letter and a Hieser Holster. The M1903 was popular in the civilian market, as it was high power for the time and easily carried. The M1903 does have history with the […]

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$180

Colt Pocket Positive 1907 .32 CTG No Reserve

This Colt Pocket Positive is offered as a nice example of an early civilian double action revolver, that features a six-round cylinder chambered in .32 CTG. The Pocket Positive is a small frame revolver that introduced the advancement of modern passive safety system that prevented accidental discharges if it was dropped. Colt developed the Pocket […]

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$4,000

Colt M1911A1 U.S. Army 1941 .45ACP No Reserve

This Colt M1911A1 U.S. Army is an excellent Pre-War example of a those issued to the U.S. military in 1941. Colts’ serial lookup positions this pistol as an early W.B. marked M1911A1. The inspector stamp of W.B. is for Colonel Waldemar S. Broberg.  He was the Army Inspector of Ordnance from July 1st, 1941 to […]

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$1,000

Colt 1908 Vest Pocket .25ACP w/ Archive Letter No Reserve

This 1938 Colt 1908 Vest Pocket is offered with a Colt factory archive department letter, box, brush, and cleaning lubricant vial. A complete example for any discerning collector that would make a terrific addition to any collection. This 1908 Vest pocket, referred to by the Colt Archive as the “Colt Model 1908 Hammerless Automatic Pistol” […]

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$1,410

Colt M1911A1 U.S. Army 1943 .45ACP No Reserve

This 1943 Colt M1911A1 would be an excellent addition for collectors looking for a WWII era staple. This 1911-A1 wears the G.H.D. Inspection stamp which is the mark of Brigadier General Guy H. Drewry. Brigadier General Guy H. Drewry was the Army Inspector of Ordnance at the Springfield Ordnance District during WWII from June 17th, 1942, […]

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$1,800

Sig Sauer M17 Military Surplus 9mm Coyote Tan No Reserve

This 2019 Sig Sauer M17 Surplus is a rare offering and comes packaged in its factory box along with a certificate of authenticity among other items. The M17 is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm, striker-fired, military surplus pistol. Originally created in competition for a government contract. This firearm was delivered to the U.S. ARMY. […]

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$1,500

Colt Government Model 1911A1 W/ .22lr Conversion Kit

This 1948 Colt Government Model pistol is offered with a .22Lr conversion kit. A high-condition example of the included items if it was purchased as a set in 1948. This Colt Government Model is a semi-automatic pistol, chambered in .45 ACP, assembled and finished in both pre-war and post-war era parts: plastic grips, thumb safety, […]

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$2,800

Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless .32 ACP Parkerized No Reserve

This 1944 Colt Model 1903 Hammerless Pocket Automatic Pistol is offered with a Colt factory archive letter. This 1903 pocket hammerless is an early semi-automatic pistol chambered in .32 ACP. This firearm is one of John Moses Browning’s earlier designs for Colt’s Manufacturing Company before the infamous M1911. Although the name implies this is a […]

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$4,000

Colt M1911 U.S. Army .45 ACP Transition Model No Reserve

This 1924 Colt M1911 is offered as a pistol only and is an excellent example of the transition model. Complete with the era–correct barrel. This M1911, a semi-automatic pistol, was part of a contract awarded to Colt to produce 10,000 pistols. It is reported that the serial range is 700,001 – 710,000. This is confirmed […]

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