Colt New Service .455 Eley caliber revolver. Made in 1915. .455 Eley caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Metal has 98% of the British military arsenal finish. Bore is very good with some light pitting. Grips are checkered hard rubber. This gun is British military proofed meaning it was a British military issue.
Gorosabel 502 .410 Gauge shotgun. Spanish made boxlock double .410, with 26” barrels, double triggers and auto ejectors. Has a figured walnut straight stock, finely checkered with 14” L.O.P. A sleek, beautiful bird gun in excellent condition.
Colt Single Action Army .41 Colt caliber revolver. Manufactured in 1906. Bore is very good. No pits and strong rifling. Action works perfectly. Barrel address is sharp and clear. Grips are later replacements but look good and fit perfectly. Frame has pitting on the left side. Overall a good plus single action revolver reasonably priced .
Very fine Springfield Allin Conversion 2nd Model. Very fine 2nd model Allin conversion. Barrel is still very bright with just minimal spots of staining. Trapdoor still has around 50% of the arsenal black. Wood is excellent with sharp cartouches. Bore is excellent.
Spanish Pistola de Caballeria Flintlock Pistol (Copy of the French Model 1733/1734). Circa 1760-1780. Barrel: 11.6” long. Caliber: 18.5mm caliber pistol, marked with an abraded maker’s name and C under a crown for acceptance in Cataluña. Lock bridled pan, stamped R. the bridled pan was approved by Ordnance in 1757, but appears to have been used only in these rare Catalan pistols.
Excellent Ball Civil War Carbine. The Ball carbine was one of the rarer breech loading Civil War carbines with just 1,002 manufactured., These guns were made by E.G. Lamson and Company. This firm was originally Robbins and Lawrence before being purchased and renamed. This gun is in very fine original condition with 95% of the original blue on the barrel. Excellent case colors remain on the frame and have darkened some. Wood is excellent as well a nice sharp cartouche on the left-hand side of the
Evans New Model Sporting Rifle. .44 Evans caliber. Desirable octagon barrel model with approximately half of its original nickel finish on receiver. Bore is excellent. There is an area cut out in front of the toe for a medallion or coin inlay. Barrel length is 26”. Very good overall condition. An attractive Evans rifle.
Colt Engraved Single Action .38 Special caliber revolver. This is an antique Colt Single Action made in 1881 that’s been custom engraved and upgraded to a beautiful modern shooter. The gun has classic scroll engraving, as well as deep relief chiseled game scenes of roaring panthers, and is nickel plated with genuine pearl grips. The barrel is a 2nd Generation barrel in .38 Special, and the cylinder has been sleeved to shoot .38 Special. We have test fired the gun and it’s perfectly safe and work
U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by M.T. Wickham. Production ran from 1822-1837, about 16,600 were made during that time. Metal is in the brown. Barrel does have some dings and scratches between the front sight and barrel band, possibly occurred from the barrel being struck by an object. Stock is good, has a crack between front sight and barrel band. Two cartouches are present. Great looking 1816 that has seen some action!
British Heavy Dragoon Type Pistol. .75 caliber (musket bore) converted to percussion. This pistol has similarities to a 1798 Heavy Dragoon pistol but it has a buttcap. Barrel length 7 ¾” inches and 14 ¾” overall. This is an interesting pistol that we cannot put into an exact classification. Action works perfectly. Lock marked tower with crown. Note: Stock has some mended old repairs.
U.S. Model 1808 Contract Flintlock Musket by Jenks & Son. Musket has been cleaned. Metal is in the bright. Lock is dated 1813. The name “J. Hopkins” is written on the side plate. Stock has been varnished at one point. Only 3,925 were delivered on the contract. Overall, a good looking contract musket.