|176. Remington M. 14 R.||Offered at $575.00|
176. Remington Model 14 Pump-Action Take Down Rifle. .30 Rem. caliber, original 22" barrel, near fine bore, crisp mechanics. Sights include a Sheard front, replacement buckhorn rear and original Marbles flip-up tang peep. Barrel retains approximately 70% darkening blue, 70% receiver finish is intact and has turned a dark blue starting to turn a plummish blue patina. Walnut is generally very good plus with a tiny crack in the lower right wrist area. Correct hard rubber butt plate with small chip missing from the upper right portion. Overall a nice looking 14. Modern, FFL required.
|175. Winchester M. 1873 R.||Offered at $2,095.00|
175. Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, .44-40, 24" Octagon Barrel, Full length Magazine, very good plus bore. Metal is basically smooth and clean and has turned a dark plum brown patina. Nice markings, sights include sporting front and buckhorn rear. Rifle style butt plate. Walnut is very good with normal signs of usage. Very good old solid repair to the upper left side of the fore arm which is barely visible. Crisp smooth action. Good looking example of an 1873 Winchester. Antique.
|146. Winchester M. 36 SG||Offered at $695.00|
146. Winchester Model 36 Single Shot Shotgun, 9 mm. RF caliber, these were originally capable of shooting shot or a ball. The shotshell is readily available at this time. Great outfit for small rabbit or dragonfly hunts. Bright shiny excellent bore ( most have pitting). Smooth clean metal with excellent markings. Considerable original blue with some touch-up blue added long ago. Original butt plate, original wood has had a coat of varnish added. Excellent solid repair to right front forearm. This example is much nicer than most. Modern-FFL required.
|148.Winchester M. 1894 SRC||Offered at $1,175.00|
148. Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine, .30 WCF caliber, very good plus bore, overall in very good condition with the finish having thinned and turned to a plum brown gray patina. Marbles front sight and three leaf express rear sight ( with the middle leaf broken). Crisp tight action. Solid wood is very good having been very lightly sanded and refinished. Manufactured in 1910. Solid 1894 SRC which is over 100 years old. Modern-FFL required.
|147. Winchester M. 1894 SRC||Offered at $1,395.00|
147. Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine, .30 WCF caliber, fine plus bright shiny bore, 75% lustrous barrel blue, 95% lustrous magazine tube blue intact. Traces of blue present on the receiver- balance has flaked to a gray patina. Original sights include correct flip-up rear sight. Very nice wood with most all original finish intact. Tight crisp action. Manufactured in 1927. Great looking SRC which is virtually untouched. Modern-FFL required.
|139. Winchester M. 1894 SRC||Offered at $1,395.00|
139. Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine, .30 WCF caliber, near excellent bore. Very nice example manufactured in 1910. Barrel and magazine retain 98% plus shiny blue, frame retains traces of blue on the left side in protected areas. Balance of frame is a thin plum gray patina. Original sights include a flip-up ladder rear. Butt stock has an excellent repair in the left wrist area. The original wood has been lightly sanded and refinished. Looks very nice. Complete with original saddle ring and carbine butt plate. Modern- FFL required.
|136.Winchester M. 1894 SRC||Offered at $1,595.00|
136. Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine; .30 WCF caliber, desirable special order two-thirds length magazine, fine bright shiny bore, 80% barrel blue, 40% magazine blue, receiver flaked to a gray patina. Tight crisp action. Sights include Marbles front and flip-up rear tang plus a three-leaf express rear sight. Nice looking wood- very lightly cleaned with some finish added. Cool looking SRC which was made circa 1929. Modern, FFL required.
|127. Winchester M. 1873 SRC||Offered at $5,950.00|
127. Winchester 1873 1st Model Saddle Ring Carbine, .44-40 of course, very good plus to near fine bore. 14,XXX serial number range made in 1876. Metal is generally smooth and clean and has basically turned to a dark plum blue brown patina with traces of darkened blue in protected areas. Original sights and thumbprint dustcover, crisp action. Very good plus walnut with a small crack in the front underside of the forearm- a solid repair. Small shallow crack on the left side butt stock from upper tang rearward five inches- solid however. Complete with original saddle ring and carbine buttplate. Very nice example. Antique.
|118. Winchester M. 1886 SRC||Offered at $6,900.00|
118. Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine, desirable .45-70 caliber, excellent bore, original sights. Barrel is a thinning plum coloration with traces of blue in protected areas. 90% magazine blue- balance of metal is a thinning plum patina coloration. Very nice walnut with very few dings. Crisp action. There are a couple of blemishes present on the right side of the barrel but otherwise metal condition is very good plus. Factory research form indicates shipment to E. I. du Pont Powder Company. This carbine is in too good of condition to have been a test gun. I surmise it went to a du Pont family member. 1886 SRC's are rarely found. Modern- FFL required.
|97. Colt Berdan R.||Offered at $11,500.00|
97. Super Extremely Rare Colt Berdan Rifle in 45-70 Caliber! This is one of only twenty manufactured in circa 1869- survival rate is unknown (30,000 were made for the Russian Contract in .42 Berdan caliber). Some features of this rifle that differ from the Russian contract examples include the following: Colt barrel address is in English, "H. BERDAN'S" is stamped atop the breechblock, correct rear sight graduated to 1100 yards, lack of finger rest on the lower tang and longer breechblock. Col. Hiram Berdan's rifle became the first cartridge rifle produced by Colt and was instrumental to the survival of the company following the Civil War. Overall near excellent condition, smooth clean metal has turned to a dark blue-plum patina, excellent bright shiny bore, correct ramrod is present. Near excellent walnut with virtually all original varnish intact. Correct 32.5" barrel bears 'N0. 22' near the breech and a '22' is also on the underside of the breechblock. This is the first Colt Berdan Rifle I have owned in cal. 45-70 and I doubt that I'll ever encounter another! Antique.
|81. Winchester 1886 R.||Offered at $2,450.00|
Winchester Model 1886 Rifle, 40-65 cal., 26" full octagon barrel, full length magazine tube, fairly good bore with some pitting, barrel and magazine are a fairly dark plum-brown patina with traces of plum blue in protected areas. Receiver, hammer and lever case colors have darkened to a plum brown patina with small traces of case colors visible, original sights, very good walnut with normal wear. Complete with crescent buttplate. Overall a real decent untouched example. Antique.
|79. Winchester 1866 SRC||Offered at $27,500.00|
79. Very Rare Engraved Winchester Model 1866 Flatside Saddle Ring Carbine; S.N. 13,5XX. Possible factory conversion to .44 CF, good plus bore with strong rifling and numerous pits. Overall very good plus with fairly clean metal. Rear of barrel is a thinning blue gray patina, front of barrel is a dark blue plum brown patina. Magazine retains considerable darkening blue which is starting to turn a plum blue patina. Louis D. Nimschke engraved in his pattern 'A' style ( see page 48 of Wilson's L.D. Nimschke Firearms Engraver book). Typical scrolls with punch-dot background along with banners, shell and other geometric motifs. ' L. D. N.' appears within a motif behind the trigger. A tiny 1/2 inch vertical crack is barely visible on each side of the upper frame in the area of the breechbolt face. This is the reason Winchester beefed up the forward frame in short order. Brass corners are slightly rounded but overall the engraving is fairly crisp. Walnut is quite nice as refinished. There are a couple of dings at the rear of the forearm and the toe of the buttstock has been expertly repaired. Wood lightly sanded and nicely refinished- fairly full fitting- just a bit undersized near the upper and lower tangs. Excellent markings and all numbers match. Engraved flatsides are rarely seen on the market.
|68. Tigre 1892 SRC||Offered at $1,750.00|
68. Tigre Saddle Ring Carbine (Spanish Copy of a Winchester 1982 SRC), this is the best example I've ever encountered. 90% plus lustrous blue- balance turning blue-plum patina. .44 L. (.44-40 cal.), Excellent bore- bright and shiney, sharp rifling, considerable case colors intact on the hammer and lever, original sights include a flip-up ladder rear, original saddle ring and sling rings. Correct carbine buttplate equiped with a trapdoor for a cleaning rod. Solid walnut with virtually all original varnish. Some nicks and dings and a few scratches on the left side buttstock resemble an 'M'. The typical tiger is present an the left side of the frame. All markings are excellent including the 'Garate Anitua Y Cia Eibar-Espana' on the barrel. Most of these are all beat up. This is an exceptional example. Modern- FFL required.
|3.Winchester 1873||Offered at $12,500.00|
Winchester Model 1873 Bull Barreled 2nd Model Rifle, 31,XXX S.N. range, .44-40 cal., 26" extra heavy weight full octagon barrel and full magazine, VG shootable bore, metal is smooth and clean and turned a dark plum brown patina, traces of blue in protected areas, correct thumbprint dustcover, set trigger, crescent buttplate, correct sights. VG wood. Hard to find.