P.O. BOX 23010, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87192 U.S.A.
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03271. $ 795 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 23.00 Priority Mail
Beretta Model 1915 Military Pistol in 9mm Glisenti. The first Beretta auto pistols and were bought by the Italian military for WWI. Rarely found today. Straight blowback with two safety levers. Early serial 180x. Very Good condition with about 70% blue showing moderate wear (mostly on gripstraps) and a couple of minor rust spots. Excellent original grips. "IP" acceptance mark on right frame. Mechanically very good and appears to work ok. Safties work. Bore shows corrosion with sharp rifling. No import marks and hard to find.
03267. $ 795 Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Erma "Baby" Luger, model KGP 68A in 9mm Kurtz (.380). Made in Germany, this example is in near new condition in the original box with instructions! Virtually no wear with 99% original finish. Perfect bore. Few were imported and have become increasingly hard to find in recent years - rarely in the original box. A great example!
03266. $ 795 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
French MAB Modele PA.15.M1 9mm pistol. No importer marks. Excellent condition showing about 99% original blue and very little wear. These have become hard to find in recent years.
03263. $ 995 (Antique) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Remington Smoot No. 3 Antique Saw Handle Revolver in .38 Centerfire. Made ca. 1875-1888. Outstanding 98% excellent condition with little wear or corrosion. Hard rubber grips are excellent with no chips or wear. Nearly unfired with no primer ring. Shows light flash marks on the front of the chambers which may be old grease. Bright excellent bore. Bright excellent chambers. It shows minor holster wear on the forward edge of the cylinder. Gripstraps show no wear. An outstanding example for any collection!
03262. $ 1,995 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Original WWII OSS Issue Liberator .45 caliber Pistol. Model FP-45. Manufactured by Guide Lamp Div. of General Motors in 1942. Most were delivered to the O.S.S, intended to be air dropped to resistance fighters in Europe, China and the Phillipines. Most were destroyed at the end of the war. Made from unfinished stamped steel. This example is in very good condition showing minor corrosion in spots and gray/brown steel. Barrel is 4" smooth dark bore. Shows to have been fired many times. Floorplate looks like a proper replacement.
03242. $ 495 Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Unusual little Budischowsky TP-70 .25 ACP stainless steel double-action pistol with hammer. Serial number 238. Excellent condition showing little wear. Fired little. These were in production only for ashort time. Very small, flat pistol for concealed carry. Great pocket pistol in an excellent caliber. A great collectible and an excellent carry gun.
03228. $ 850 Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Crisp Browning HP 9mm Commercial Pistol made in 1975. Excellent condtion with about 99% original blue showing only a trace of holster wear. Mechanically excellent with perfect bright bore. Fitted with wrap around Pachmayer Grips. Original 13 round magazine. A very fine example.
03229. $ 850 Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Interesting Browning 9mm HP Pistol with original two-tone finish. The frame assembly is finished with original silver chrome, and the slide is finished with a black epoxy type finish. Condition is excellent 99% original finish showing just a trace of holster wear. Equipped with ambidextrous safety and a 13 round magazine rather than the 10 round. Mag is a tight fit. Perfect bright bore. Will make a fine shooter.
03222. $ 495 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Unusual Tokarev, Polish TT-33 factory CUTAWAY! Complete with cutaway magazine. Very unusual example of a rare pistol. Originally made as a cutaway between 1950-55 with about 50 cuts - outlined in red! Excellent condition. Normally, these have plain grooved grips, but this one has "FB" marked on the left grip (Fabryka Broni - Arms Factory) and "WP" on the right grip (Pistolet Wojskowy - Military Pistol). These markings are rarely seen on cutaways. Dated 1953.
03223. $ 495 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Unusual Tokarev, Polish TT-33 factory CUTAWAY! Three digit serial number and complete with the original MATCHING number cutaway magazine. Very unusual example of a rare pistol. These were originally made as a cutaway between 1950-55 with at least 50 cuts - outlined in red! Excellent condition. Dated 1955. Rarely found with a matching magazine.
03225. $ 495 Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Erma Model KGP-69 .22 'Baby' Luger in excellent condition with nearly all the original finish. Excellent mechanical condition with perfect bore. This is a smaller, better made version of the earlier models (EP-22, ET-22 & LA-22) of Erma Luger pistols - in a separate serial number range (300,000 & up). Higher quality with much more steel used in construction. Similar to the .380 version. Few were imported before manufacture ceased.
03226. $ 2,495 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 40.00 Priority Mail
Fine example of a Walther PPK .32 pistol with a "W" suffix. Condition is about 97% or better showing minor holster wear. Crown N proofed. Excellent bright bore and mechanically excellent. Excellent uncracked grips and unnumbered proper magazine with finger extension. Tiny shrinkage crack in the toe of the magazine finger extension. A very fine example with no import marks.
03218. $ 595 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Beretta Model 1934 .380 Italian Army Issue Pistol. Mid-war (1942) manufacture with a F prefix to the serial. Excellent mechanical condition with rough bore. and excellent finish showing only minor wear. Matching numbers.
03217. $ 695 Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Walther Manurhin Model PPK/S .22 LR Pistol. Only a few of these were imported many years ago. All Walther pistols were made by Manurhin in the post war period (until recently). In excellent overall condition showing moderate blue wear on the gripstraps and light edge wear on the high edges. Marked Manurhin International, Alexandria, VA on the slide. A fine example which would make a great shooter.
03210. $ 1,495 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 30.00 Priority Mail
Outstanding Walther 50 Year Commemorative (1886-1986) PP Pistol in .380. Condition is nearly 100% with only slight discoloration spots in the blue. 100% high-gloss blue. It's been fired a few times with perfect bright bore. Decorative carved thumbrest wood grips are specific to this model and very attractive. Interarms marked. Only 500 were produced for the American market and very few are offered in the market. A very special, attractive and highly collectible PP model. Complete with it's original Walther wood case.
03269. $ 1,295 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 30.00 Priority Mail
Classic Webley WWI Mark VI .455 Revolver. Still in the ORIGINAL .455 caliber! Made in 1917 and certainly used during WWI. Has the British Broad Arrow military property marking. Condition is VG-excellent with nearly all original blue showing some freckling but almost no holster or gripstrap wear. Excellent bright bore. All matching. Fine original grips with no chips. Regimental marks on backstrap. Unaltered examples in this condition are hard to find! A fine example ofthese historic WWI revolvers with no import marks.
03273. $ 1,595 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 30.00 Priority Mail
Unusual original Webley Mark VI .455 Revolver made by Enfield in 1926. These were manufactured by Enfield without permission from Webley until stopped by legal action. Overall condition crisp excellent, with 98-99% original blue showing no holster/handling wear. All matching numbers and excellent bore. Mechanically excellent. Excellent original grips. Enfield examples are hard to find. Not converted to .45ACP! The Classic British Military Revolver in the original caliber with no import marks! One of the best I've had.
03268. $ 995 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Webley Mark IV Revolver, Caliber .38 S&W. 4" Barrel. An outstanding Canadian Police contract commercial revolver shipped to Toronto about 1955. Nearly all original high gloss blue finish showing very light holster wear. Perfect bright bore. Mechanically excellent and tight. Original plastic grips marked with the"Webley" logo. The grip frame bottom is marked "T.P.F. 0.90" for Toronto Police Force. Complete with original black flap holster. Canadian police marked Webleys are scarce. An excellent example with tiny import marks.
03265. $ 395 (Curio & Relic) Sale Pending Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Webley Mark IV .38 Revolver. Very good condition with much black 'stoving' (black paint) finish. Fired little with only a minor primer ring on the recoil plate. Complete with original lanyard ring. Nice original grips showing light wear. Tiny import marksunder the barrel. Parts appear to be arsenal renumbered to match the frame. I don't know which contrct this is, but it's an interesting example which would make a good shooter or interesting collectible.
03264. $ 595 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 20.00 Priority Mail
Webley Mark IV WWII British Military Revolver in .38 S&W. 5" Barrel. Condition is very good showing light holster & handling wear and minor nicks from service. Marked "War Finish" with military acceptance marks on right side of frame. Mechanically excellent with excellent bright bore. Matching numbers. Complete with Lanyard ring. No import marks. Nice original black grips showing some handling marks. A nice representative example of these famous revolvers.
03237. $ 895 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Webley Military Mark IV .38 S&W Revolver made during WWII, marked "War Finish" with British Military Broad Arrow stamp. Condition is about new with 99+% original blue with a few storage marks. Gripstraps have all the original blue. Excellent sharp grips. Mechanically excellent and exceptionally tight. Perfect bright bore and no wear from handling or firing. Matching numbers. Complete with lanyard ring. Crudely finished. An exceptional example in new condition with no import marks. May have been a vet bringback.
01930. $ 795 Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Smith and Wesson "Victory" Model 4" Barrel Revolver in .38 Special. Bought by Army Ordnance about 1942 and possibly issued through the U.S. Defense Supply Corporation (DSC) to OSS, Defense contractor or public agency. Ordnance Bomb on butt but no U.S. Property nor inspector mark. Condition near new showing no wear and a few light storage marks. Mechanically excellent and locks up tight. Excellent Bore. 100% original parkerized finish. Looks unfired. Cylinder has been turned. An outstanding example! No import marks.
03221. $ 1,495 (Antique) Available Shipping: $ 30.00 Priority Mail
Early antique Webley Mark I .455 Revolver, ca. 1890, converted to .45 ACP. Serial in the 15,xxx range. Large Navy Broad Arrow mark engraved on topstrap, with "N 25" on backstrap. Matching numbers. Very good condition showing some blue loss, light handling, minor holster wear, storage marks and freckling. Repair to topbreak release spring. Gripstraps have strong blue. Mechanically exc. Good grips. Bore shows corrosion but shootable. Antique in U.S. and Canada. Canada shipping $50. Great defense gun.
03219. $ 695 (Curio & Relic) Sale Pending Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Webley Mark IV .38 5" Revolver, with Singapore Police Force markings (S.P.F. 5102) back of the hammer. Condition is excellent plus with minor holster/ handling wear. Fired very little. All matching numbers with perfect bright bore. Later example and unusual with no manual safety. Lanyard ring. Tiny import mark on underside of barrel. Mechanically excellent and very tight. An outstanding example with a known history for a collection and would also make a great shooter.
03212. $ 1,095 (Curio & Relic) Available Shipping: $ 25.00 Priority Mail
Unusual Webley Mark III .455 Revolver in the 76,000 range. Mismatched, but is still in .455 Cal. Early number barrel is marked Mark III. Very unusual (special order?) grip shape with fine smooth walnut grips that appear to be original. Mechanically excellent and tight with excellent bright bore and only a couple of minor spots of light roughness which won't affect shooting. Backstrap has "W.G.J." initials. Gripstraps show wear, but it hasn't been fired very much. Overall very good condition. No import marks.