Amoskeag Auction

Amoskaeg Auction est spécialisée dans la vente aux enchères des armes à feu. Ils sont situés dans le New Hampshire où a grandi le fondateur et PDG Jason Devine. Ils ont beaucoup d'expérience dans la manipulation d'armes à feu et ont donc un respect des normes professionnelles des plus élevées. Ils offrent des ventes aux enchères environ une fois par mois.

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RARE BARBER AND LEFEVER THUMB OPENER PERCUSSION-CONVERTED SHOTGUN
serial #298, 16 ga., 29" barrels with fair to about good bores which show minor and a few moderate pits their full-length, the right tube showing a small ding and the left tube showing a professionally raised dent. The barrels show only remnants of their original Damascus pattern and are mostly a light oxidized brown patina their full-length with some minor pinprick pitting, the rear rib extension is marked "Barber & Lefever Syracuse NY". The barber and Lefever frame is overall a deep gray and brown patina with remnants of flaking silver case-hardening. The lightly engraved lockplates are "W. Moore" maker marked, likely the original maker of the percussion gun they came from; they and their hammers are an overall gray patina, they are not rebounding. The triggerguard is neatly engraved on the bow with a dog and game bird scene with some nice scroll toward the rear of the long tang. The straight grip English walnut buttstock rates about very good, is devoid of finish with light handling marks and shows a repaired chip above the left lock, the original piece was re-attached. The splinter style forend rates very good. Oddly both lockplates and the forend iron have been stamped "FA Bickford". Bickford was a contemporary of Barber, Lefever, Dangerfield, Nichols etc. he was active in Batavia from 1871 to about 1874 and in Cortland until around 1881. The frame, rib extension and the balance of the work is unquestionably Barber and Lefevers, what exactly Bickford did to the gun, if anything, is unknown. The thumb opener spring is positive and the locks are crisp and mechanically functional, the barrels exhibit extremely light vertical and lateral play. Both hammer screws are professionally made replacements. A good example overall of antique Barber & Lefever conversion. (34290-5) {ANTIQUE} Amoskeag Auction
Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Semi-Auto Pistol
serial #HMU1820, 9mm, 4 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% of their black Melonite finish showing only minor surface scratches. The textured polymer frame with integral Picatinny rail rates excellent. The pistol has low profile-Novak sights. (108544-5D32702) {MODERN} Amoskeag Auction
U.S. M1 Carbine By Underwood With Rare Receiver Marking
serial #2484328, 30 carbine, 18" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain a trace amounts of original gray-green parkerizing, the balance having toned to a gunmetal gray with silver on the high edges and contact points. It would appear as though all of the parts are correctly Underwood marked or Underwood contractor marked and this example features the ordnance bomb with "W" applied at the rear of the receiver, behind the serial number marking. The walnut stock rates very good with some minor dings and handling marks from the years, it shows nice fiddleback grain figure its entire length and has a very good "GHD UEF" right side cartouche (stamped upside down). Included with the arm is a green canvas sling and steel oiler and a single 15 round "IU" marked magazine. A very good, un-refinished example overall. (37337-2) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Smith & Wesson Model 46 Semi-Auto Target Pistol
serial #93750, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 99% original blue finish with some very slight high edge wear on the gun and the attached muzzle weight plus a few scattered light handling marks. The checkered brown plastic factory grips with ambidextrous thumb / finger rest are in very good to excellent condition with light scratches and handling wear. The pistol includes a factory box that is correctly end labeled and numbered to the gun and contains a single magazine, a manual and paperwork. Only about 4,000 of these economy versions of the Model 41 were produced in a nine year period. (86520-4257) {C&R} [Richard "Stretch" Kennedy Collection] Amoskeag Auction
Browning Gold Hunter Semi-automatic Shotgun
serial #F51NT11371, 12ga., 30" ventilated rib barrel having a bright shiny bore with one improved cylinder invector-plus screw choke installed. The barrel retains 90% blue with scattered pinprick pitting and a few larger spots of oxidation and wear at the muzzle. The frame has the Gold Hunter logo on each side and exhibits 90% fading blue with scattered scratches. The pistol grip stock and fluted forearm rate good to very good showing numerous scratches and dings in the finish and some scrapes in the checkering. The gun features an added Williams leaf sight and front blade sight attached to the rib and a Browning recoil pad installed for a length of pull of 14 1/2". A decent and affordable all around semi-auto shotgun. (115487-S16350) Amoskeag Auction
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