Sear $30

Trigger assembly $125

​Ithaca SKB 500

12 Gauge, chambered for 2 and 3/4,  mint bores, mechanically perfect, wood is solid, front wood has been repaired.  Single trigger, I used this gun to shoot ducks and it did what I wanted it to do.  You will not be disappointed with this shotgun.  

​$ 785

Mag safety $35

Grip $10 

Trigger spring $5

Extractor $15

Yoke $50

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Long Branch No.4 Mark 1* “Lightweight”
This is a prototype rifle… only an estimated 50 were produced (maybe) Special features are the one-piece stock and black rubber Hawkins buttplate, Bore has strong rifling, but dark. Very rare and highly collectable rifle in original configuration.  Check out the last one that sold at auction at James Julia's -  lot 1659, April 2017, ($25,300 U.S. - $31,800 can.), this rifle is arguably in better overall condition with the correct Hawkens butt pad. 

$25,000 Can.

Stirrup $10

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Smith and Wesson K Frame parts

Grips screw $10

Extractor rod $15

Main spring $10

Hammer pin $5

Cylinder stop $15

Hammer with pin $45

Rebound slide $10

​Hammer with pin and stirrup $55

​As I am not a parts dealer, I would rather sell everything at once, if interested at a great discount, please let me know.  Total individual parts, $1,110, take everything, $800.  

Whitney Howard Thunderbolt

Approximately 1700 of these rifles were produced by Whitney arms, too late for the Civil War, 1866-1870.  This rifle is chambered in 44 rimfire and is a designated antique in Canada, no license required.  The wood appears to be in fantastic condition, it is hard to be certain if the finish has been redone but it is likely, if so minimal to no sanding has occurred.  It has a very good bore with deep solid rifleing and just some black powder evidence with no real deep pitting.  It has the correct sight and the metal finish is very good.

$1250 obo

Colt 1877 Thunderer 41 SOLD

This is a very nice Thunderer, good timing and lock up, no play in the cylinder and an extremely nice bore.  Chambered in 41 Colt as all Thunderers were, it sports good solid grips with no cracks or chips.  These are very sought after as antique shooters, however one has to keep in mind to use very light loads and not to shoot in double action, the internal mechanisms are very fragile.  This is an antique in Canada, no License required, comes with RCMP antique status letter.

$2295 Can. SOLD

Browning High Power NOS

Assorted springs $3-$5                       

Front sights $10

Slide stop $100

Recoil spring guide assembly $30

Lanyard ring stud $10

Safety assembly $75

Mag latch spring guide $12

Firing pin retaining plate $15

Hammer strut assembly with mainspring, pin and nut. $30

Sear lever type 1 $15

​As I am not a parts dealer, I would rather sell everything at once, if interested at a great discount, please let me know.  Total individual parts, $1,790, take everything, $1,400.  

Winchester Lee Navy Sporter

Of the 20,000 Lee Navy rifles produced, approximately only 1700 are factory sporters. Of those 1700 sporters, a very few have factory special order options. Madis states "guns with any extras in the Lee model are almost impossible to find". This particular example is documented in the factory ledgers at the Cody Museum. The ledger states that the serial number was applied on June 17, 1898 and shipped in Feb. 1901, making this a prescribed "Antique" in the U.S. It's unknown how many special order Lee Sporters were made, but it's reasonable to say this could be a one of a kind rifle. This rifle has a checkered stock, xxx grade fancy wood, special sights, rubber shotgun butt, oil finish, and sling swivels. Barrel length is 24" and chambered in 6mm (.236 USN).  Condition is 85 % plus, bore is excellent with only minor dulling in the grooves and sharp clean deep rifleing.  This is a rifle for the advanced collector.


Winchester 1st Model 1894

​not for sale at the moment.

winchester Lee

Bolt $20

Winchester Model 1892 SRC 

This wonderful  little rifle is chambered in 44-40, made in 1907, the most sought after caliber in a 92.  It has a very good shootable bore, bright and shiny with only minimal freckling.  The wood is solid and appears to have some of the original finish, blue is turning brown but appears to be somewhat in between, with some remnants of old oil turning yellow in places.


Sear $10 

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Sear spring with button $15

Firing pin $25

Hammer block $15

Hammer $50