SN: 10306. WWII U.S. marked revolver made in 1942 with 4" barrel and parkerized finish. The bore is excellent. There is an ordnance inspection stamp on the left side of the frame. Overall very good condition.
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Serial number 109555. Made in 1915. 45 caliber with a 5” barrel. This gun has a dark gray patina. All markings have been restored.
SN: 164535. U.S. military pistol made in 1917. The gun has been nickel plated, looks pretty good. The bore is very good with light wear.
SN: 570220. Rare General Officers Colt 1903 issued to Major General Frederic J. Hughes, Jr. October 13, 1965. The pistol is marked U.S. Property on the left side of the frame. Has 99% of its original parkerized finish. The bore is perfect. Overall excellent condition. Comes with leather Officers belt and holster with the United States Seal on the buckle. Also comes with a photo of Maj....
Serial number 614827. Made in 1919. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. This gun is a 1911 model that has been refurbish for WWII by Parkerizing the metal and replacing the grips. Very nice Gun and Holster!
Serial number 915229. Made in 1943. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. This gun is in excellent as arsenal refinished. Grips are excellent. Barrel has some light pitting in the grooves. This gun comes with a original shoulder holster. Very fine Colt 1911A1!
Serial number 38181. Made in 1913. 45 ACP caliber with a 5” barrel. This gun is in fantastic condition with 97% -98% of the original blue finish. Grips are excellent. This is a completely untouched all original condition. By far this is the best Colt 1911 Navy we have owned!
Serial number 787058. Made in 1942. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. This gun is in excellent condition with 98%+ original finish. This gun has a WB cartouche. Grips are excellent.
Serial number 61153. Made in 1914. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. Beautiful gun with 85% of the original blue.
Serial number 724823. Made in 1941. 45 Acp caliber with a 5” barrel. This is an excellent transitional model where you have the side cut outs of a 1911A1 but blues finish like a 1911. Grips are excellent. This gun has the “RS” inspectors mark for Robert Sears. Very Fine all original gun!
Serial number 747869. Made in 1941. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. Very fine gun with 90% of the original finish with mostly just high edge wear. Grips are very sharps.
Serial number 259371. Made in 1918. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. Very fine gun with 705 of the original finish.
Serial number 429756. Made in 1918. 45 Acp caliber with 5” barrel. This is a 1911 that was refurbished for World War II by the Augusta Arsenal. It as Parkerized and had the wood grips replaced.
Serial number 1130922. Made in 1943. 45 ACP with a 5” barrel. Very fine gun with 99% of the original Parkerizing. Grips are excellent. Very Fine WWII issue!
Civil War musket. Lock is dated 1863. Metal has a grey and brown patina. Action works properly. Stock has a large chip near the action. Fair overall condition. A reasonably priced Civil War musket.
This Colt 1911, made in 1918 and marked United States Property, has an interesting Colored unit WWII history. The barrel is P proofed and bore is excellent, with original grips and two tone magagazine. The gun has approx. 40% finish with even holster wear. The action functions correctly. This rig consists of the M1911 pistol, a WWII 1944 dated Boyt holster, 1944 dated medical pouch, and 1937...
SN: 261277. Original WWI U.S. issue 1911 .45 pistol made in 1918. An outstanding example with 98% original blue finish. The bore is near excellent; bright with just a bit of etching. One of the best U.S. 1911's we've had.
SN: 38093. U.S military revolver made in 1911. The bore is very good, the action locks up tight. Has about 60% thinning blue mixed with patina. The grips are good with no cracks.
SN: 257701. U.S. military revolver made for WWI. The bore and action are excellent. The finish is a brown patina with some blue.
WWII U.S. military pistol belonging to U.S. Army Col Herman R. Schell. A highly decorated U.S. soldier who served as Battalion Commander for the 11th Infantry Regiment during WWII. The serial is 1184989 and is dated 1943. The slide is inscribed Col. H.R. Schell. The bore is in excellent condition and the actions work perfectly. The metal is in very good plus condition with "combat wear". Col...