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Swivel Breech Derringer Replica

This is a nice replica example of a rare piece, original was 1860.  It has been de-commissioned as per current RCMP requirements, barrels have been welded shut and trigger mechanism is welded in-operable.  Will make a nice paper weight.  Buyer must be 18 years of age.


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Smith and Wesson 44 Russian

Another nice Smith in 44 Russian, this one is an overall 80% nickel finish gun, with significant flaking loss to the cylinder and regular wear to the barrel and receiver.  Mechanically it functions as it should in both single and double action, with timing perfect and lock up solid.  Hammer has both notches in the right place, so safety is functioning perfectly.  The ejector star is in excellent working condition.  Cylinder is good and tight with only expected movement.  Bore has good solid rifling throughout with scattered black powder pitting, should shoot as intended.  Grips appear to be original with comparative wear, no cracks or chips.  Will make a great addition to any collection as well as a functioning piece for the shooters.  Antique status in Canada, no license required, buyer must be 18 years of age.  


Root Revolver 2nd Model

Cased second model Colt Root revolver .28 caliber manufactured in 1856.  Revolver has 80 percent finish with burled walnut grips.  It is in an original case with original accessories, including an extremely fine powder flask and a very nice .28 caliber bullet mold.  The correct minty tin cap box is also included.  Mechanics on this firearm work perfectly, timing and lock-up is spot on.  This is an overall brilliant piece and would make a great addition to any experienced collection.  Definitely for the seasoned collector.  This is an antique in Canada, no license required, buyer must be 18 years of age.


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North American Arms Colt 1911 #444 SOLD

This is a very rare example of an excellent original North American Arms Company Limited, Model 1911, that was produced in Quebec Canada. In early 1918, the U.S. Government issued a contract for 500,000 Model 1911 pistols to the North American Arms Co., of Quebec Canada. Having no actual factory to produce these 1911s, the North American Arms Company leased the entire Ross Rifle plant, along with their employees. Due to the ending of World War I in November, 1918, no M1911 pistols were ever officially accepted by the U.S. Government. It is understood that approximately 100 pistols, serial numbered 1-100 were produced, along with 5 pistols known to have been prototypes/presentation, these prototypes were serial numbered in triple digits, 111-222-333-444-555.  Serial number 444 can be seen on the rear of the slide, the trigger, the lower left rear corner of the frame under the left grip and on the barrel.  The magazine is not correct for the pistol as it should have a two tone mag.  It also has a wide spur hammer, similar to the Colt production models, the spur on  this pistol is checkered. All my research indicates that these pistols were marked in 3 separate locations, not 4 as shown on this example, likely due to the fact that it was one of the prototype pistols, that could explain the checkered hammer spur as well. The grip panels are the standard checkered walnut versions. This could be one of the rarest COLT 1911 ever produced. $65,000 SOLD 

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Parker Bros 10 Gauge

This is a very early lifter hammer gun made by Parker Bros.  As with all these hammer guns it is afflicted with the same looseness on face.  The bores are suffering from black powder pitting, it is concentrated near the chambers but extends towards the muzzles.  The Damascus barrels appear to be in decent condition without any major defects.  The wood is excellent on this gun, many that I have seen are in mostly sport poor condition butt and fore stocks.  Butt stock has the skeleton butt plate, the engraving is beautiful and deserving of this grade of gun.  Overall a very nice representative piece of Parker history.

$1495 Can.

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Winchester Model 1886 45-70 Govt.

This is a very early rifle, serial number brings it in at 1888, third year of production.  The bore on this rifle is in near mint condition, bright and shiny with nice sharp rifling, showing only very mild blackpowder freckling in the grooves.  I shot a deer with this rifle and trust me when I tell you it is extremely accurate and effective.  There is no case colour left on the receiver and only spotty colour on the barrel and mag (what's there is probably the remains of an old blue job).  The wood is well preserved, again the finish is likely an old revarnish. ​

$3295 Can.

W.W. Greener, 12 bore, cased 2 barrel set

This shotgun combination is quite rare, most of these two barrel sets have been split up many many years ago, this one has survived in its original case since being manufactured in 1896 and serial numbers matching gun and both barrels.  The specific measurements of each barrel is listed on a separate sheet in the pictures, if you have any other questions you can inquire.  Bores are bright and shiny, with both barrel sets completely restored, one set Damascus and the other fluid steal.  Gun functions as expected, the english walnut is solid with no apparent repairs.  Overall a beautiful piece, right for the seasoned collector/shooter.


Soper Rifle with Set Trigger
W. P. Soper manufactured in London, Ontario, or Canada West at the time.  This is a nice half stock rifle of approximately 44 caliber, with German silver inlays, trigger guard, butt plate, thimbles etc. The lock and hammers are engraved with in a period style.  Lock is engraved C. Baker, who, research indicates was a lock maker in the United States, at the time.  There is a period repair in the wrist, the upper tang appears to have a crack on either side of a screw hole, not sure if it is all the way through, upper tang also has holes for a tang sight and an extra hole for an old repair.  Mechanically this rifle functions as it should.  Overall this is a very nice example from a known Canadian maker.             Antique status.


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Joseph Charles Reilly 36 Caliber Rifle SOLD 

Gunmaker, London, on Holborn Bars 1835-1847, succeeded to E.M. Reilly.  This is a pretty little rifle in approximately, 36 caliber, I have shot this rifle with a number of different loads.  Damascus barrels have been re-done, as well the lock has been colour case hardened. Mechanically it functions perfectly, the bore appears to be in decent shape, not all corroded, a fabricated ramrod has been fitted.  The wood is solid with not apparent cracks or chunks missing, there is a tiny splice of wood on the top of the fore end, evident in the pics.  Checkering is still in very clean condition.  Antique status.

$1250   SOLD

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

Winchester Model 1895 30-40 Krag
This is a nice old 1895, there is no finish left on this old hunter at all, it is completely grey. However, don't let appearances fool you, mechanically she is sound and functions as she is intended, the bore is dark and frost but has strong rifling and I have no doubt about it hitting the intended target accurately. The wood appears to be of a higher grade (at least the rear stock) and shows some very nice figure, it has some extra sling swivel holes and lots of bumps and bruises. As well the rear sight is not Winchester original. Chambered in 30-40 Krag or 30 U.S., it will make an excellent hunter or entry level collector piece.

$695 Can.

Forehand and Wadsworth Rare 41 RF

Here is a high condition Forehand and Wadsworth in the rare 41 rimfire caliber.  Nickel finish remains at about 90 %, the birds eye grips are likely replacements but if so are in absolutely beautiful condition, the mechanics are perfect, timing and lock-up are as expected and the bore has good strong rifling with some black powder freckling and some minor pits.  The cylinder is in fine condition with only minor black powder freckling in some chambers.  There were many of these revolvers chambered in 32 rimfire but very few in 41 rimfire.  This is an antique in Canada, no license required, buyer must be 18 years of age

​$ 775 Can.