Rare Stevens model 51 on a 44 1/2 action. Ideal "Schuetzen Rifle" with a Stevens-Pope barrel. Serial # 468. (False muzzle also numbered 468). Bore is excellent and caliber is .38-55. Barrel length is 30". Barrel has a rotary sight and a correct Vernier tang rear sight. Gun has double set triggers. Stocks have fancy figure and excellent fine checkering (original checkering, not recut). Barrel...
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SN: 99191. Made in 1894. 38-55 with a 28" barrel. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Barrel and tube have about 90% blue mixed with brown patina. The receiver has a smooth silver/gray patina. The buttstock has been replaced with a later version and is very good with light marks. Overall very good condition.
NSN. Made circa 1870s. 40 Caliber with a 30” barrel. This is a gunsmith conversion to a sporting rifle. Metal has a mottled brown patina. The stocks have been “striped” similar to what you find on Kentucky Rifles. Action works well.
Serial number 98616. Made circa 1870s. 45-70 caliber with 30” barrel. Metal has a even brown patina. Stock is very good. This is a conversion from a civil war carbine into a sporting rifle.
Serial number 112260. Rare Marlin Model 1894 Musket .38-40 caliber. Comes with factory letter. Musket is marked on top of the receiver “Bureau County”. Only 152 muskets were made and half of those were sold to the Bureau County Illinois Prison. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 90-93% blue. Receiver has approximately 50% blue. Stock has 90% plus original...
NSN, circa 1884, .32 caliber, 24" round barrel. Rifle has been cut down and sleeved to a .32 caliber per bore gauge. Bore is dark with traces of rifling remaining. Barrel and receiver are a dark to light grey patina with scattered surface oxidation visible. Receiver is marked with "CROWN/AR.0/1884". Stock has expected nicks and dings, front barrel band spring has been removed due to...
1880's vintage .450 BPE (Black Powder Express) caliber with 28" barrels. Bores are excellent. Scottish made double rifle. Very fine game scene engraved with Lion, Rhino, Tiger and Elephant. The barrels have a faded brown patina, the receiver has a silver patina. The stock is very good plus with no damage or cracks. Has heel and toe plates. Fine quality double rifle in very good condition.
NSN, circa 1867-1888, .43 Spanish, 34" round barrel. Barrel and receiver is a grey patina with smooth surface pin-prick pitting visible. Bore is in near excellent condition with strong rifling present. Stock shows heavy nicks, dings, and gouges with a light varnish applied. Action functions correctly. A gunsmith will need to verify this rifle is .43 Spanish.
Serial No. 15468, circa 1878-1881, 45-70, 32.25" round barrel. Barrel and receiver are a dark grey patina with light surface oxidation noted. The barrel is marked "Old Reliable-Sharps rifle Co.Bridgeport Conn." Receiver is marked with standard address markings. Bore is has surface frosting and pitting noted at the muzzle, strong rifling is present. Stock has expected nicks and dings from...
Made circa 1870s. 40-70 with a 30" barrel. Bore is excellent. Mid range Single shot rifle with 95% original blue finish and all the case colors on receiver. Receiver is engraved with "What Cheer Mid Range". Wood is very good. Overall condition is excellent.
Very fine German sporting rifle. Chamber is for the original .318 diameter 8MM ammunition, not the .323 diameter. Barrel is 24" with a two leaf rear sight. Double set adjustable triggers. Barrel rib is marked "C.G. HAENEL SUHL GERMANY". Stock is nicely checkered. Magazine housing has original case colors in protected areas. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition. A quality German...
NSN. Made circa 1860s, 56 caliber with a 40” barrel. Metal has a light gray patina. Wood is very good. These are copies of the 1853 slant breach Sharps musket.
Serial number 17834. Made circa 1890s. 450/400 BPE caliber. Absolutely beautiful gun. This gun has been restored by Holland and Holland and is in mint condition. This gun is in a leather bound case with a Holland and Holland label. A Box of Kynoch bullets are in the case.
Serial number 5641. Made circa 1860s. 20 Gauge with a 30” barrel. Barrel has most of the original blue. This gun has a stabler cut off. The framer has 60% of the period case colors. Wood is very good.
Serial No.143812. circa 1875-1879, 10.4x38 (.41 Swiss RF) 33" round barrel. Metal is a grey patina with traces if original bluing noted on the receiver. Stock shows light handling wear. Bore is very good with minor frosting visible. Bolt is non-matching. Action functions correctly.
NSN. Circa 1880s. .43 Spanish,36" barrel. Barrel is marked "Modelo Argentino 1879 E.N.", metal is a light grey patina in scattered surface oxidaiton noted. Bore has strong rifling mixed with areas of pitting. Stock shows dings, and scratches.
Serial number C49836.. 52 caliber with a 22” barrel. Metal has a plumb color patina on the barrel. Wood is very good. This is an extremely rare gun. The 1869 model sharps was a transition model between the Sharp’s percussion models and the Sharps Model 1874. The 1869’s lock still...
Serial No. 78392, 22" round barrel,chamered in 50-70. Civil war era Sharps carbine converted to 50-70 in overall good condition. Metal is a dark grey patina with scattered mottled oxidation noted. Bore is bright with minor frosting visible in the grooves. Stock shows dings, scratches and marring. Action functions correctly.
Remington Keen deluxe sporting rifle in .40-60 caliber with excellent bore. 24 1/2 Barrel with very good original blue. Stock is checkered with pistol grip. Hard to find model.
Maynard Model 1873 .25 caliber carbine. Single shot cartridge carbine, has been refinished. Bore has strong rifling with some minor pitting near chamber. Wood has some nicks and dings and is proud of the metal ( has not been cleaned). Very good overall condition.