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26 Rifle and Breech Loading Reference Books: Blunderbusses by D. R. Baxter; Modern American Rifles by A. C. Gould; Antique Firearms Their Care, Repair...
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REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY CONVERSION REVOLVER
WITH SPARE PERCUSSION CYLINDER. Cal. 44 perc & 46 RF. SN 81903. Blued finish with 8” oct bbl with standard three line bbl markings, 2-pc walnut grips, pinched front sight. ... [more like this]
Hardbound Firearm Encyclopedias & References:
Featured in this lot for your consideration is a collection of fourteen firearm related encyclopedias and references. The lot includes eleven hardbound books, and three paperbacks. ... [more like this]
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Blunderbusses by D. R. Baxter; Modern American Rifles by A. C. Gould; Antique Firearms Their Care, Repair & Restoration by Ronald Lister; An Encyclopedic Reference Book ... [more like this]
DAVIS & BOZEMAN CARBINE. Cal. 58. SN 67 (SN
found inside lock). There are two types of Davis & Bozeman Carbines. One has standard carbine features. The other type made from rejected rifle bbls, but otherwise has standard ... [more like this]
CONFEDERATE KEEN, WALKER “TILTING BREECH”
CARBINE. Cal. 54. NSN but may have internal assembly marks. This gun was not taken apart but appears orig and authentic in every regard including front brass sight & fixed ... [more like this]
COLUMBUS ARMORY CARBINE. Cal. .58 SN 19.
This is among the rarest of all Confederate carbines; and is one of only two known marked examples. John Murphy in his definitive reference, “Confederate Carbines and Musketoons”, ... [more like this]
American Remington Vest Pocket Single Shot
Pistol a. k. a. Saw Handle Deringer: Guns. Remington Vest Pocket Single Shot Pistol "Saw Handle Deringer". c. 1865-1888, Rare American, Remington Vest Pocket Single Shot ... [more like this]
U.S. Spencer Contract Model 1865 by Burnside
Rifle Co. manufactured 1865
serial number 13043; .52 rimfire [usually referred to as 56-56], lever action, walnut stock, blued finish, marked "MODEL 1865, SPENCER REPEATING ... [more like this]
SHOTGUN - Unusual single shot breech load
.10 gauge shotgun, made by 'C S Shattuck Hatfield Mass', referred to as a 'goose gun', this shotgun has a double trigger assembly, the front releases the breech break mechanism, ... [more like this]
French Model 1866 Chassepot rifle circa 1867
number F12083; 11mm, bolt action needlefire, walnut stock, bright finish, marked "S1867" in right breech barrel flat, "U66212" on the bolt, "37827" on the firing pin; virtually ... [more like this]
HIGHLY UNUSUAL HAMMOND'S PATENT RIFLE. .50
caliber 34 1/2'' round barrel with three bands marked at breech ''H. Hammond Patented Oct. 25 1864 '' sling rings walnut stock. When Henry and Lewis Hammond submitted ... [more like this]
Remington Beals' Percussion Revolver.
# 13007 This revolver was manufactured circa 1861-1863 and is referred to as the Navy model. It features a 7 - 1/2 octagon barrel, six shot, un-flutted cylinder, it has the ... [more like this]
1844 A. H. Waters Millbury MA Percussion
Pistol: . Millbury, Massachusetts, Dated 1844. 8 1/2" 54 gauge round barrel with walnut stock, manufactured by A. H. Waters of Millbury, Massachusetts. Iron, wood, 14 1/2" ... [more like this]
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