Serial No. 7581, .303 British Sparkbrook dated 1890 that has been upgraded to the CLLE by BSA Co. Overall fair condition, rifle shows heavy usage and handling wear. Bore shows oxidation in the grooves with strong rifling noted. Wood is noted with dings, scratches and gouges. Action functions correctly. Not Safe to Shoot.
Cartridge Antique Long Guns
Tip-up single shot rifle with 23.75" octagonal barrel. The bore has good rifling and has some frost in the grooves. The barrel has 97% of its original blue finish. The buttstock is in very good condition with no cracks, chips or dents. Overall very good condition!
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.
Serial number 18189. Made in the 1850s. 44 caliber with 28” barrel. Bore is excellent, bright and shiny. This gun is in very fine condition with some of the original brown finish. Wood is very good.
SN:316. Manufactured 1893-1894. This is the predecessor to the Ideal model. Half round half octagon and is 26". Metal has a brown patina. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly. Schutzen style butt plate. Good overall condition. A scarce model.
Belgian single shot rifle with Flobert style action. Stock has a minor chip by breech. Action works properly. Good overall condition.
Serial No. C 53788 .45 caliber 28” round barrel that is marked J.P. Lower Sharps Model 1874 manufactured circa 1875. Rifle shows some hard Western usage, Metal is a dark gray patina with scattered surface oxidation noted throughout. Butt-Stock has scratches, dings and marring noted,...
Very fine sporting rifle by Isaac Hollis and Sons. Percussion rifle altered for cased ammunition with Snider conversion. Barrel is 23" and has 5 leaf express rear sight. Lock is scroll engraved and marked "I. Hollis & Sons". Metal has been expertly refinished and looks great. Breech block, trigger guard, hammer and tang are scroll engraved. Excellent overall condition.
Single shot rifle with 24" barrel half round half octagon. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Action works properly. Forearm has two small cracks by schnabel. Metal has a brown patina on receiver. Fair overall condition.
Manufactured in the 1890's. Barrels are approximately 22" with right barrel chambered in .22 LR and left 410 gauge. Bores are excellent. Metal has a brown patina. Pistol grip cap is a later replacement. Stock has a repaired crack between tang and pistol grip at wrist. Action works properly. Fair overall condition.
Lever action rifle. Barrel is 26". Stock needs repairs on forearm and at wrist. Metal is turning a grey and brown patina. Action needs repair. Very reasonably priced.
Second type manufactured in the late 1860's to mid 1870's. Barrel is 30" and has approximately 80% original blue with sharp edges. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Action works properly. Stock has normal field wear, no cracks. Very good overall condition.
Scarce Military rifle model. Stock has had a repaired "duffle bag cut" directly in front of lower barrel band. Rifle has had a pom swell installed. Tang adjustable rear peep sight. Bore has strong rifling with minor pitting. There is a chip at the toe that is approximately 2.75". Fair overall condition.
Manufactured in the 1880's. Barrel is 28". Bore has strong rifling with minor pitting. Action works properly. Tang is marked "Whitney Arms Co. New Haven Ct USA". Very good overall condition.
Late 19th century rook style rifle. Bore has strong rifling with minor pitting. Barrel is 22". Good overall condition.
This fine engraved 4mm Zimmerstutzen parlor rifle was made by E. Pachmayr of Traunstein, Germany. The overall length is approx. 45.75". The ocatgon "barrel" is approx. 27 3/8" with the actual barrel being approx. the final 7". The 4mm finely rifled bore is excellent. The remaining 20 plus inches of the "barrel" houses the long firing pin which is ativated by the Martini style action. The top...
SN:127480. Manufactured in 1896. Barrel is 24". Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly. Metal has a grey and brown patina. Fair overall condition. Popular .44-40 caliber.
These unusual 15mm Belgian six-shot revolving pinfire rifles are rarely seen in the U.S.. The overall length is approx. 42". The 25" octagon barrel has a very good bore with bright rifling and light frosting in the grooves. The barrel is equipped with a blade front sight and a folding leaf rear sight. The cylinder, with the oval ELG proof, is approx. 2 5/8" long. The only other marking is a...
Single shot sporting rifle. Barrel is marked 40 near forearm. Receiever has approximately 80% of it's original nickel plating. Action works perfectly. Bore is very good with strong rifling and a few minor pits. Barrel is 28". Very good overall condition.
This scarce "B" Quality Remington-Hepburn No. 3 Match Rifle has the larger checkered buttstock with high comb and nickel plated Schuetzen buttplate that are features of the top end B Quality rifles. The 28" octagon to round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The caliber appears to be either 38-40 or 38-50 Remington. The barrel has approx. 97% of its original blue. It...