US WWII military pistol. Arsenal refurbished. Right side of frame is marked "OG". Bore is excellent. Near excellent overall condition.
U.S. Military Pistols & Revolvers
US WWII military pistol. Slide is Union Switch & Signal; frame is manufactured by Remington Rand (serial number dates to 1943). Pistol has been arsenal refurbished and is in excellent condition. Bore is excellent. An affordable alternative to a pure Union Switch and Signal 1911A1.
US WWI issued military revolver. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Underside of barrel is marked "United States Property". Grips are a later replacement. Metal has approximately 96% original condition. Very good plus overall condition. A popular military revolver.
US WWII military pistol. Bore is excellent. Barrel is marked with a "P" and an "F" on each side of the lug. Correct Ithaca frame. Very good plus overall condition.
US WWI Army issue revolver. Metal has approximately 97% original finish. Bore is excellent. Grips are a later replacement, but look great. Action works properly and locks up tight. Very good plus overall condition.
This U.S. Army Model 1917 (.45 Hand Ejector) was manufactured circa 1918. It has an excellent bore with light frosting in the grooves. This revolver retains approx. 97% of its bright blue finish with a little edge wear from a holster. The hammer and trigger have strong case colors. The military grips are very good with some wear at the bottom of the left grip. The action functions properly....
US WWII military pistol. Bore is very good with strong rifling and is marked "HS" on lug. Toe of magazine is marked "R". Pistol has some holster wear, otherwise very good overall condition.
This extremely early Smith & Wesson U.S. Model 1917 revolver is serial number 1693. It is in very fine to excellent condition. The 5.5" round 45 ACP (or 45 Auto Rim) caliber barrel has an excellent bore. The markings are standard with the bottom of the grip strap being marked U.S./ARMY/MODEL/1917 with No/1/693 below. The hammer exhibits the circular machine marks found on only the...
US WWII service pistol. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Pistol has some holster wear, otherwise very good overall condition. Barrel is marked "HS" on lug.
US WWII military pistol. Barrel is P proofed on left side of lug and marked "HS" on right. Bore has strong rifling with some minor frosting. Pistol has some carry wear, otherwise very good overall condition.
WWII U.S. military .45 auto pistol. Has been refinished with a high polish blue and has neat old stag grips. The bore is very good with light pitting in the grooves. The slide shows wear to the blue, overall good condition.
Scarce US Army revolver manufactured in 1901; only a thousand of these were made. Grips are very good, checkering is sharp with some minor wear. Barrel is 6". Butt is marked US Army Model 1899 with lanyard. This is a very nice example. Bore is excellent. A hard to find model.
US WWI issue service revolver. Bottom of barrel has property markings. Bore is excellent. Metal has approximately 90% original finish with some holster wear. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
U.S. Navy marked on top strap. Metal has been refinished and looks good. Bore is excellent. Action works properly and locks up tight in battery. Very good overall condition. A desirable Navy marked Victory model.
Smith & Wesson World War II revolver in 38 S&W caliber. The top strap is marked” United States Property”. These S&W revolvers were known as “Victory “models as many were given to England to supply the country with weapons for potential invasion . They were marked with a V prefix. This example has no prefix. Many of this model...
WWII US military pistol with right side of slide being inscribed with a soldier's Viet Nam tours. (1964-1965 & 1969-1970) Pistol has been arsenal refurbished. Sights are a later replacement. Barrel is a military replacement. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition. A neat service pistol!
Smith & Wesson 1899 .38 Special caliber revolver. 1st Model U.S. Army Military and Police. Serial numbers start at 13001. This is serial number 13016. The 15th revolver of this rare 1st model ever made. The grips are excellent with K.S.M. inspector on the right grip and J.T.T. (John T. Thompson) on the left grip. Note: right and left side bottom of grip is...
Rare 1st model U.S. Army .38 military revolver. Only 1000 made. Has K.S.M. inspector marks on the frame and one grip, and J.T.T. cartouche dated 1901 on the other grip. Has about 80% original blue finish. The barrel is marked "S&W 38 MIL". The bore and action are excellent. The grips are very good with light wear. A rare and desirable U.S. military revolver in better than average...
WWII US military service revolver. This revolver was used post war by a police agency. Back strap is marked " Lou. Div. of Police". We are not sure which agency this is. Bore is excellent. Action indexes and locks up properly. Good overall condition.
WWII US military pistol. Frame has an FJA inspectors mark on left side. Right side has an RIA stamping, from time of arsenal refurbishment. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.