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Husqvarna Model 1907 (Browning Model 1903)

This pistol is a copy of the FN Browning Model 1903 made for the Swedish army beginning in 1907.  Built by Husqvarna, chambered in 9x20 Browning Long, it is identical in every way to the FN model.  This pistol remained in service until 1940.  Many were converted to the .380 caliber.  This pistol is in quite amazing condition and sports a beautiful bore, mechanics are perfect and it should make a great shooter and addition to the military collection.  number appear all matching.  Restricted.

​$650 new lower price $550 OBO

Winchester Model 94 Carbine

​Date of manufacture is 1962.  This is by far the cleanest pre 64 carbine, I have ever owned, too pretty to shoot, so I'm putting her up for sale.  As there is no point in describing a near perfect rifle, I will let the pictures do the talking.  Needless to say it has a perfect bore.  If you have any other question please feel free to contact me.

$1000

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Wilson Flintlock Trade Rifle

This trade rifle is in amazing original condition, its hard to believe it has survived.  These rifles are a part of Canada's beginnings, used as trade with Native people for furs during the years of the Hudson Bay Company and the North West Company.  Most of these guns did not survive and those that have are in very poor condition or have been severely modified, it's rare that the wood on these guns has remained in original configuration and that it has remained as a flintlock and did not get converted to percussion .  This rifle dates to around 1775, it functions as it should and would probably shoot as intended, although I do not recommend it.  A great piece of Canadian history, I hope it stays in Canada.

$5700 Can.


Civil War Gallager Carbine

Originally manufactured in 56 rimfire, approximately 25,000 were made for use in the U.S. Civil War. The lockplate is marked “Gallager’s Patent July 17, 1860, manufactured by Richardson & Overman, Philla”, (Philadelphia). It is not clear on where the conversions were done but the barrels were Belgian made.  Bannermans, which would be the 1800's equivalent of our army surplus stores, bought a large amount of these rifles around 1877, then converted them to shotguns. 12ga x 2 ¾, Barrel is 31 ½ inches. No ejector or extractor were fitted. Mechanically it functions as it should, it has a decent bore, and good strong wood, although the wood finish is not great as seen in the pictures.  


​$550


Colt 1873 38 WCF

This is a nice original revolver, I have changed the cylinder pin release buttons because it was mangled but I believe I still have the original if desired.  There is a repair to the right side grip and the front sight has been modified a long time ago.   There is a streak of grey on the barrel but overall I would say about 65 % original blue.  The case coloured frame is still showing good colour in the protected areas, original grips are smooth with little checkering left.  Mechanically the gun functions as a colt SAA is supposed to.  Has a very nice bore and clean sharp cylinders.  Made in 1927, this pistol is restricted.

$3700

Winchester Model 1890 SOLD

 This is a very original 1890, it has everything you could be looking for in this model.  Wood is in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips and much of the original varnish remaining .  Metal finish is 80-85 percent original blue.  Bore is mostly bright and shiny with only a little black powder  corrosion near the muzzle, no pits just some mild roughness mostly in the lands, it will not affect accuracy.  22 wcf is a little harder to find but is still available.  Definitely a piece for the seasoned collector.  Please call for more info.
$1150 SOLD

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Mariette Brevette
This is a beautiful little pepperbox, designed to have four independent damascus barrels of approximately 38 caliber, in the groove. Interestingly each barrel screws on and off, the bores appears to be in decent condition not exhibiting much black powder corrosion. The ebony or rosewood grips are in near perfect condition with only minors flaws, as evidenced in the pictures. Timing and lock up is as expected with acceptable play in hammer and nipple connection. As this is a very delicate piece it is not recommended as a shooter. Beautifully engraved , it is a nice representative piece from the mid 1800's.
$1350



French Target Pistol
Here we have a French target pistol from the
early 1800's, maker unknown, however the quality of the piece is reminiscent of some of the best makers of the time. It is beautifully engraved with exquisitely carved furniture. It is approximately 54 caliber with 18 groove rifling. Mechanically it functions as expected. The metal finish is mostly grey, the wood has some bumps and chips and an old repair. This is an antique in Canada and requires no license, buyer must be 18 years of age.

​$2295

J.P. Marston, Toronto
W. P. Marston, rifle maker from Toronto, Ontario or Canada West at the time.  This is a half stock rifle in 44 caliber, it sports a very heavy octagonal barrel and a beautifully engraved patch box, hammers and locks.  The gun has various small dings and marks but operates as it should and is a very good example of a well known early Canadian maker.
$1850