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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

Webley MK 11 45 ACP SOLD

This is one of my favourite revolvers, mechanically it functions as a good old Webley is supposed to, solid lock up and spot on timing.  It sports replacement grips and has a mint bore and cylinders.  Metal finish is worn with lots of original high polish blue remaining.  Rifling is a little shallow but surprisingly this is a very accurate revolver, I do not shoot it with 45 ACP but remain with original 455 Webley ammunition.  This is an antique in Canada and does not require a license to purchase or own, buyer must be 18 years of age.


$2300 Can. SOLD

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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.


East India Company Brunswick rifle ​ 

Most of these guns were well used and well abused, both at sea and on land, they were tools and treated as such.  Repairs were normally crude and performed onboard the ship or where they were docked, they were not meant to be fancy repairs but quickly done to put the gun back in service.  This one is no exception, as seen in the pics there are a number of non museum quality repairs.  After saying all that, the gun functions as it should and I would not want to be on the receiving end of the 75 caliber bore. This gun has spent many years in faithful service with the East India Company. One of the worlds largest trading companies in the 1800's.


​$1495


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

W. Valkenburg 12 g Leg of Mutton Case

Valkenburg was an established gunmaker in the Netherlands, formally Holland, his guns are highly sought after and were of excellent quality.  This gun is in wonderful condition, tight on face, mint bright bores, mechanically perfect, wood is solid.  Barrels are a bit faded and could use a re-black, the gun is highly engraved with a beautiful floral pattern.  Comes with leg of mutton case, (needing some repair).

 
$795 Can.

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Smith and Wesson
An extremely nice condition model 2 Army, chambered in 32 rimfire. It sports a 6 inch barrel with a mint condition bore. Metal finish is 90 % plus on the receiver, with the cylinder showing a nice plum patina overall, the barrel is faded to 20%. Beautiful solid original rosewood grips, overall this is a very nice example in perfect mechanical condition. This is a prescribed antique in Canada.

​$1850 Can.


Marlin Model 56 Levermatic 22 caliber
This appears to be one of the early steel receiver rifles with no serial stamped on the gun, 1955-1964, it has been scoped and has an excellent bore. wood is solid with no cracks or chips, however it looks as if a beaver has gnawed on the butt stock near the butt plate (an easy fix if so inclined). Will be a great shooting little plinker for the cottage and kids.

$395 Can.

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