SN: 19164. Spanish made copy of a S&W revolver, made prior to WWI. The bore is very good, action locks up tight. Very good condition. Shoots .38 Long Colt ammo.
Pre-War/Wartime Pistols & Revolvers
SN: 75865. Pre-war pocket auto. The bore is fair, dark with good rifling. The finish is a gray patina.
SN: 104543. Pre-war pocket auto. The bore is fair, evenly frosted with good rifling. The finish is a gray patina, the grips are custom made wood panels.
SN: 95102. Vintage Top break revolver with 3.25" barrel. The bore is excellent and the action works perfectly. The metal is mostly in the white with some light patina and sparse blue remaining. Overall good condition.
SN: 346868K. WWII commercial pistol with Eagle/N proofs. Has about 97% original blue and an excellent bore. Comes with unmarked holster.
SN: 177941P. WWII commercial pistol with Eagle/N proof. Has about 95% original blue and excellent bore. Comes with an unmarked holster.
SN: 388041K. Rare Dural frame war-time commercial model with Eagle N Nazi markings on the right side of the slide and frame. The numbers are matching. The bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. The grips are in very good condition. The magazine is period correct. The slide of the pistol has been refinished at some point and has pitting. Overall good plus condition.
Scarce “Campo Giro” automatic, predecessor to the Astra 400 made 1913-1916. Very fine condition with 95% of the original finish. Slight discoloration at the edge of the grips. Grips have the Campo Giro name at the top. Scarce gun!
Made by Esperanza & Unceta 1913-1916. 9mm Largo caliber. Scarce “Campo Giro” automatic, predecessor to the Astra 400. Very fine condition with 95% of the original finish. This gun has nicely checkered wood grips.
Semi-auto pistol with 4” barrel, made by Pieper for the Danish Military. Excellent bore and actions work perfectly. Excellent condition with 90%+ of the original finish. Grips are excellent. Very fine example of a rare pistol that also comes with a rare Danish crown marked holster!
WWII-era pistol with "crown over N" marking, indicating this model was made prior to April 1939. Bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. The grips are in excellent condition and has correct magazine. Has 85% original factory blue. Overall good plus condition
Webley & Scott 1909 9mm BL caliber pistol. Produced 1909 to 1930. Caliber 9 MM Browning long. 5" long barrel. Very good bore. Original magazine. Very good grips. About 90% finish. Has a grip safety and a hold open. Hard to find and in very good condition.
Break-open revolver with 3.1" barrel manufactured from 1897-1904. The bore is good, bright with strong rifling and some frosting throughout. The revolver has 97% of its original factory nickel plating. The grips are in excellent condition. The overall condition is very good.
The S&W 22/32 Hand Ejector was made from 1911 to 1941. This gun is circa late 1930s. The 6" 22 caliber Long Rifle barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun has approx. 98% blue. The cylinder chambers are the early style without the recess for the cartridge rim. The checkered walnut grips are exellent with no cracks or chips. The action functions perfectly. This is...
This commercial pre-WWII 22 caliber Walther PP is circa 1939. The 3 7/8" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. There are commercial crown over N proofs on the barrel, chamber and to the rear on the slide. The left side of the slide has the standard Walther PP markings with the Zella-Mehlis address. The gun has approx. 96% bright commercial blue with light edge wear. The...
This eagle N inspected Walther .22 caliber PP pistol with holster is circa 1941. The barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The slide has the standard Walther markings on the left side. The three eagle N Nazi commercial proofs are on the right side of the barrel near the muzzle, the chamber, and the slide behind the ejection port. The gun has approx. 92% blue with the grip...
Serial number 1619. Made early 1900s. 1st Model. Rare pistol with only around 3500 of these guns built. This gun is in excellent condition with 90% + of the original blue. Grips are excellent. Action works perfectly. Bore is very good. The trigger guard has the marking “W1000”, but we...
The 32ACP (the Infallible) was made by the Warner Arms Corp. Norwich, CT, from 1914 to 1920. Very few were made. The 3.25" barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling. The left side of the slide is marked (THE INFALLIBLE) over WARNER ARMS CORPORATION. NORWICH.CT. U.S.A. The gun retains approx. 95% bright blue. The checkered hard rubber grips are excellent with no chips or cracks. The grips...
Ultra-rare pistol designed by Louis Schmeisser was designed for the German military or police. That plan failed as the manufacturer "Rheinische Metallwaren und Machinen fabrik" could not produce enough pistols to meet demand and only 500 were produced. We have seen only 4-5 in 50 years! The police markings o the left side of the frame are vacant due to the cancelled contract. The magazine...
Barrel is railroad detective marked "A.T. & SF. RY.". Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. Action works properly. Very good overall condition. A desirable railroad marked revolver.