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Smith and Wesson 455
Another stunning pistol for the first world war collector in excellent condition. Original .455 chambering. Post WW1, many revolvers were sent to US and converted to shoot 45 ACP. “Crown 11” stamp on bottom of grip signifies it’s 1 of 14,500 revolvers bought by Canadian Government during WW1. Circa 1915-16. Missing lanyard ring.
$675 Reduced $575 Reduced $495 Can.
Sauer and son 12 gauge
The model isn't stamped on it, but i believe this is a Model 60, made in 1963.
There have been exactly 6 rounds put through this gun and the pics will verify that. Barrels are 28.5", 2 & 3/4" chambers with extractors. Left is choked full, right is "half-choke", Serial # is 286,xxx, Action is very tight and locks up like a vault. Gun was manufactured in West Germany. A quality shotgun, very nice handling and light, in as new condition.
Tula/Loewe Smith and Wesson 44 Russian
The Russian and German copies of the russian were generally of very high quality. This is an interesting revolver of unknown origin, most likely a Loewe contract revolver or a Russian Tula made one. It is undoubtedly of Smith Wesson quality but the fonts of the serial number are slightly different from S&W. Every part is numbered and matches, Overall, in very nice shape with original walnut grips, action is tight and smooth, bore is clean with some minor freckling (no deep pits) and strong rifling. A barrel inscription that would be critical in identifying the gun has been completely removed. As I have had to do some frame repair I am not selling as a shooter. Comes with Antique status letter
Winchester Model 1892 44 WCF
A true honest rifle that has been used but not abused and well taken care of. This rifle has all the right things going for it, 44-40 caliber, octagon barrel, mint bore, good solid wood, a lot of original colour on the barrel magazine and receiver, correct sights, antique as it is 1898 for U.S. buyers, I have shot this rifle with soft lead bullets and it shoots and functions mechanically like a dream. Not sure what else there is to say. This rifle would make a addition to any Winchester collection. Call for more information.
Guillaume Levaux 455 webley
British proofed Levaux. This is an interesting piece, it was nickel plated at one time but much is now missing, It is British proofed as many guns that were manufactured outside of Great Britain at the time. It appears to be manufactured by G. Levaux apparently the brother of DD Levaux. It has excellent chambers and a bright shiny bore, timing and mechanics are perfect. This gun is considered an Antique in Canada and does not require a license to purchase or own, buyer must be 18 years of age. Comes with RCMP Antique Status letter. Call for more info if interested.
$1450 Can. reduced
Webley MK 1 45 ACP
This gun functions as it should with good lock up and timing which is spot on, the cylinder has been shaved for 45 ACP and can be shot using moon clips or 45 auto rimmed. Please keep in mind that this gun is almost 150 years old and if you decide to shoot it, it should be with light loads and lead bullets only. It has good solid grips and a great bore and cylinders. This is an antique in Canada and does not require a license to own or buy.
Colt Burgess 44-40
Very rare Colt Burgess rifle, only approximately 6000 of these rifles were produced between 1883-1885 and only approximately 2000 were round barreled rifles. This was the only lever action rifle produced by Colt and had a very short life, rumour has it the Winchester started designing pistols in response to the Burgess. Apparently the 2 companies came to an agreement and neither made any more firearms that competed. This rifle is a complete and very good collector grade example with all the correct parts and no extras. The wood is in extremely nice condition with no repairs or cracks or chips, the bore is exceptionally good and accurate as I have fired this rifle, clean with very defined rifling with no deep pits and some shine. Mechanically it is perfect, the muzzle has a good chip on the outside portion of the barrel.
$ 4850 Can.
Lee Enfield E.A.L
Not a sporterised Enfield a true E.A.L. This rifle is as good as it gets, no guarantees but from the look of the bolt face and the interior mechanism, this rifle appears unfired, there is wear on the bolt and bumps and bruises on the wood, everything else is extremely nice. Sports a mint bore.
RNWMP Colt New Service 455 Eley
What a piece of history! This gun is listed in Don Klanchers book "Arms and Accoutrements of the Mounted Police 1873-1973".The grip stamp on this revolver dates it between the North West Mounted Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the backstrap issue number dictates a before 1920 issue. Condition is unbelievable except for one spot that is plainly visible, mechanics are perfect and colour is beautiful, bore is mint. Call for more details. This is a restricted firearm in Canada, buyer must have a restricted license.
$ 2450 Can.
A. Allen Glasgow 12 Bore
Gun is in very nice condition, has excellent shiny bores, is tight on face, beautiful nicely figured solid wood with no cracks, there is one chip on bottom of butt stock. Mechanically it functions as it should. It is a nice handling gun.
Case is in poor condition.
min barrel wall @ 9 inches left muzzle .320
min barrel wall @ 9 inches right muzzle .330
min barrel wall @ 9 inches left cham .700
min barrel wall @ 9 inches right cham .650
min bore @ 6 inches muzzle left .715 cham .712
min bore @ 6 inches muzzle right .712 cham .712
left barrel choke full, right barrel choke light modified
length of pull 14.5, drop at comb 2.5
$1850 Can. OBO
Browning Bar 270 cal
This will make a great deer hunting gun, it has good solid wood and the metal finish is excellent with some bruises and marks from hunting. It is drilled and tapped for scope bases. The bore is like new and the mechanics function as they should. If your going to shoot a semi auto then this is what it should be, as the Browning are known to be very dependable.
Colt 1873 1st generation
This is a smooth peace maker, chambered in 38-40, the timing is perfect with excellent lock up, there is no play in the cylinder. The bore has some black powder freckling with some minor pitting, no deep craters. The chambers are excellent and the older nickel re-finish is also in near mint condition. Sporting original Colt grips, that are not cracked or chipped. This revolver is an excellent shooter, as it is manufactured after 1898 and is not in the proper caliber, it is restricted in Canada.
$2200 Can. OBO