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Auto Mag Model 180
The Auto Mag is undeniably one of the most badass hand cannons ever produced. Chambered in .44 AMP, this gun is in good overall condition with a few scratches on the stainless steel frame. It sports a 6-inch barrel and a 10-round magazine. These are hard to find and this one, a Pasadena-marked original, won’t last long on the market.
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2012 Limited Production Colt 1911 Government Anniversary Model
Chambered in .45 ACP, this handgun commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Colt Model 1911. It has a high luster blued finish with intricate scrollwork done on both the receiver and the slide. This is paired with the pearl grip panels that contain the 100th Anniversary Colt emblem.
This Commemorative handgun also comes with a matching Colt 100th Anniversary case.
FN America M249S
This excellent condition FN M249S is chambered in 5.56×45 NATO. This rifle shows an almost new bore and finish and comes with the original box and contents. Decked out in Flat Dark Earth, the 249S is a semi-automatic version of the M249 SAW light machine gun adopted by the U.S. military in 1988. The rifle features an 18.5-inch FN cold hammer-forged, chrome-lined barrel and operates from a closed-bolt position.
It will accept both standard M16/M4-style magazines and, of course, linked belt ammunition.
Belgian Made Rare Antique 20-Shot Western European Revolver
This curious and commanding revolver, with a 20-shot cylinder, has Liege proofs that tie it to Belgium while others suggest German travels. Chambered in what is believed to be .455 Eley, this revolving hand cannon has a 10-inch barrel and likely dates to the late 19th or early 20th Century.
While other 20-shot revolvers exist, they are almost always much smaller pinfire double-barreled models that bear little resemblance to this piece. An identical offering appeared in Francis Bannerman’s famous 1927 catalog of military surplus with the description, “20 Shot Revolver found in old shop in Paris, bore is about 3/8, length, 15 inches, weight is about 6 pounds. Rare piece. Sold to collector.”
Fast forward another 100 years and this interesting piece, acquired from a New Orleans collector, was said to be a German trench revolver from WWI, rigged to “peek” over the trench and shoot by pulling a string attached to the trigger.
This Colt Python sports a 5-inch barrel and is decked out in a nickel finish — all listed in good condition. There is slight discoloration of the finish but, hey, no one’s perfect.
Unfortunately, you’ll have to pick up a carrying case to take this bad boy to the range as it ships without a carrying case.
Springfield Armory IDF Mauser
This particular Springfield-imported IDF Mauser comes with a little backstory. It was used by Israeli Defense Force snipers with paperwork to confirm this:
Chambered in .308 Win, this uber-sweet bolt action features a 24-inch barrel.
Beretta 92 SB
This beautiful Beretta 92 SB is a model rarely seen in the U.S. Produced in Italy, this semi-automatic pistol is in excellent condition, with a 5-inch barrel and one 15-round magazine. It ships with Crimson Trace grips as well as the original grips, though one medallion is missing on the original set.
FN SCAR 17S
This FN SCAR 17S is chambered in .308 Winchester/7.62×51 NATO and comes with a 20-round magazine. This rifle shows a like new bore and finish with strong rifling and an undisturbed black finish.
Colt Defense Hartford Conn. 1911 Dated 1915
This 1911 is a WWI production military handgun from 1915. Boasting an N.R.A Stamped receiver, the gun is one of the 47 handguns Colt released from service to sell as N.R.A National Match handguns from 1915 to 1922.
Ordnance markings of H and R show this handgun came from the Hartford Arsenal, and a type 2 second iteration Colt logo confirms its 1915 manufacture date. Additional final inspection GHS markings also prove that this handgun was the property of the US Army.
The bore has good rifling and the overall finish is good with some holster wear around the edges of the handgun.
This beautiful Colt Bisley features a 7.5-inch barrel with stag antler grips. It was converted from black powder to pistol caliber. It’s chambered in .357 magnum and holds five rounds.