British No4MK1 flare gun produced in 1944 by Singer manufacturing company. Originally produced for use on aircraft. This one has a barrel extension. Also has a 1963 dated tag from the Canadian Air Force.
Singer Manufacturing Company British No. 4 MK1* aircraft flare gun. Produced in 1945. It was set up so that it could be fired remotely using the electrical system on the air plane. It still has part of a royal air force tag attached to the trigger guard. Very, very rare and still in very good condition.
World War I era U.S. Mark IV Very pistol 25mm caliber. It is a direct copy of a French army design and was made by Scott Fetzer Mach. Co. of Cleveland Ohio. It looks to possibly be unfired. Excellent overall condition and hard to find.
World War II German aluminum flare pistol made by Erma (ayf) Eagle/280 proofed. It has the seldom seen loaded chamber indicator. Produced in 1943 and showing some minor damage on the top of the barrel. Very good plus overall condition.
World War II German aluminum flare gun. Produced in 1940 by Berlin-Lubecker maschinenfabrik. (237 makers code) eagle/214 proofed. It is marked Canada on the right frame. About excellent overall condition.
R.F. Sedgley 37 MM flare pistol. Pre-World War II production most likely. It has the very seldom seen 4 1/2” long barrel and a steel trigger guard. About 85% blue. No U.S. military markings. Excellent overall condition.