Early double action revolver. Barrel is 3.25". Metal has approximately 70% original nickel plating. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly. Fair overall condition.
Pre-War/Wartime Pistols & Revolvers
Clone of a Smith & Wesson. Barrel is 5". Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Mother of pearl grips with logo are good, no cracks. Metal has a grey patina. Fair overall condition.
Factory engraved revolver. Action does not work. Barrel is 3". Grips are very good. Fair overall condition.
Pre-war double action revolver. Metal has a brown patina. Barrel is 3.25". Action works, but does not lock up tight. Sold as a collectable, not safe to shoot.
Pre-WWII double action revolver with mother of pearl grips. Barrel is 3.25". Bore is excellent. Approximately 97% original nickel plating. Very good plus overall condition.
Top break double action revolver made prior to WWII. Action is loose. Barrel has a ring approximately 50% down. Poor overall condition.
Deutsche Werke Ortgies Patent has dark bore mismatched grips, modern mag.
SN: 10537. Pocket revolver with 3" barrel. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Action works properly. Metal has approximately 95% original nickel plating. Very good overall condition.
Pre-war snub nose revolver. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
Commercial model. Metal has been refinished and and some very minor pin point pits. Lanyard has been filled. Grips are later replacements. Bore has strong rifling with some light frosting. Very good overall condition.
SN: 22275. Rare pre-war pocket auto, made from 1910-1913 only. Bore is very good with light wear. Has about 90% original blue with wear on the grip frame. A hard to find Walther pistol.
WaA135 marked German military with excellent bore. Original mag and grips. Right grip chip missing. Matching numbers but has patina.
SN: 32733. Pre-war auto pistol. Bore is very good. Has about 60% original blue mixed with brown. The left side grip is chipped.
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.
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.
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
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...