Sportsman’s Legacy maintains a wonderful selection of fine rifles, shotguns and handguns. Each category has its own section, alpha-ordered by brand and then by caliber (small to large). While each listing is supported by complete descriptions and comprehensive photography, questions are always welcome.
Colt Woodsman Match Target pair, factory “C” engraved, gold, lettered, cased, 1983, unfired

As created in 1983 and fully supported by factory letters, this extraordinary cased pair of Colt Woodsman Match Target .22 LR pistols stands at the very pinnacle of the gunmaker’s craft. Serial 310375-S has a 4.5-inch barrel, while 058030-S wears a 6-inch barrel. Otherwise, as they were mated from inception, the pistols are identical in every respect. ENGRAVING: As flawlessly executed by Colt Master Engraver George Spring, the Grade C (in period Colt-speak, 75 percent coverage by a designated Master Engraver), a delicate floral and scroll extends along the slides, frames and flutes, then repeats on the lugs. In turn, these fields are accented by fine gold wire to such a high level of perfection it defies description. STOCKS: Each pistol showcases target stocks (right hand presentation) shot through with heavy figure. CASE: As lettered, the original walnut presentation case features a French-fitted interior and has the “Colt Custom” medallion inlaid on the outer lid. CONDITION: Near perfect and absent evidence of firing since delivery, only slight indications of handling are present. Magazines are proper. The case exterior has two minor edge impressions and two modest scratches on the lid. Interior is equally fine. (It is possible the case has been relined, as the factory letters seem to indicate lining color “Francis blue”.) Each set of stocks has minor wear (rubs and modest chipping under the finish) on the edges. FACTORY LETTERS: Each pistol is supported by an included individual letter detailing the features as well as the pairing. The price is firm and lawaway is available. $22,500 plus shipping.


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Colt Single Action Army .32 WCF (.32-20), 4 5/8-inch, 1906

Colt Single Action Army .32 WCF (.32-20). Made in 1906, serial number 277164 has a 4 5/8-inch barrel. MARKINGS: Serial appears on frame, guard and grip. “677” is rolled on the inside of the loading gate. Barrel has two-line address and “32 W.C.F.”. Inside both grip panels is scratched what appears to be “6893”. CONDITION: Bore is fair, with uniform roughness running the full length. Rifling remains viable. All hammer clicks are positive and the cylinder locks up tight. Trigger pull is superb. Barrel blue has thinned and faded to about 10 percent with splotches. Frame colors have faded to trace. Grip finish is about 30 percent and the grip panels are solid but show uniform wear. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Colt SAA 1st Generation .32 WCF (.32/20) with 5.5-inch barrel, shipped 1913 to Browning Brothers, ivory eagle, factory letter

Colt SAA 1st Generation .32/20 with 5.5-inch barrel. Serial number 326617 is supported by factory history letter and was shipped on May 3, 1913 to Browning Brothers in Utah. CONDITION: Overall original condition is about 50%. Colors on frame and hammer are consistent. Sides of trigger retain much of the fire blue, and the blue on both barrel and cylinder is about 70%. Ivory grips have the expected cracks that come with age. Bore is very good, with a bit of consistent roughness. Screw heads are very good, with most perfect. All four clicks retain authority and the cylinder locks up tight. DOCUMENTATION: Factory history letter. The price is firm and layaway is available. $9,000 plus shipping.


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Colt SAA .38 Special, Gen. 2, 1959, 7.5-inch, tight with excellent bore

Colt Single Action Army early Second Generation .38 Special. Serial number 26087SA features a 7.5-inch barrel, color case receiver and black hard rubber grips. MARKINGS: Single-line address on top of barrel, “Colt Single Action Army .38 Special” on barrel left, “820” on front of cylinder and the Armsmare logo on the rear, “26087SA” (2x) on inside of grip and “990” on the loading gate. Factory grips are hand-numbered “087”. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shiny. Action is tight with four positive “clicks”. Barrel blue is about 95 percent with minimal thinning. Cylinder blue is about 97 percent. Frame colors are about 40 percent. Frame blue is about 99 percent. While the entire history of this pistol is unknown, it came to the consignor in this condition and was then squirreled away. That said, it is possible refurbishing has been done – even though there is no outward evidence of polishing under the finish. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Jack O’Connor’s Colt National Match Mid-Range .38 Special, factory letter confirms direct shipment, 99 percent condition

For many hunters and shooters old enough to lament the gray in their beard, the legendary Jack O’Connor still stands as the foremost authority on all things related to firearms. O’Connor is the sheep hunter’s sheep hunter, one of the earliest winners of the prestigious Weatherby Award and the famed nemesis of a big-hatted cowboy named Elmer. Gone from us now some 40 years, O’Connor is still widely remembered as the champion of the .270 Winchester cartridge and, in error, as the fellow who originally hung the phrase “Grand Slam” on the taking of all four species of North American wild sheep.

O’Connor was a rifleman, to be sure, and was also pretty handy with a shotgun. He even went so far as to order a Colt National Match Mid-Range .38 Special and tell his friend, Henry Kaufman, “I thought sometime I might want to do a little target shooting“. He wrote about this pistol in his Getting the Range column that appeared in the February, 1966 issue of Outdoor Life.

Jack never used the Colt very much and sold it Kaufman in the mid-1970s. Henry eventually let someone talk him out of the pistol, and in turn was purchased by the current owner in 1994. It is supported by a Colt factory letter confirming direct shipment to O’Connor on March 26, 1965. As such, it is a legitimate piece of shooting history.

CONDITION: Serial number 4874-MR includes the original magazine, Elliason adjustable rear sight, flat mainspring housing and remains in at least 99 percent overall condition. Only light indications of handling and range wear are present.

DOCUMENTATION: A Colt factory letter provides ironclad proof of original ownership. A black and white photograph of the pistol with serial number and “Colt National Match cal. .38 Sp. WC. This was the only pistol I ever bought from Jack O’Connor” on reverse. The photo is attached to a signed letter dated July 3, 1992, from Henry Kaufman to Bob Cunningham (the second purchaser) discussing the pistol and its sale. In turn, Cunningham added notes to this letter on January 29, 1994, when he acknowledged the sale to the present owner. Finally, a letter from Kaufman, dated “July 3”, supports Kaufman’s primary document in casual form. All documents, including a photocopy of the February 1966 issue of Outdoor Life are included. Additionally, the present owner will prepare a personalized letter to the purchaser detailing the pistol’s history upon request.

INCLUSIONS: One additional aftermarket magazine. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,000 plus shipping.


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Colt Single Action Army .44-40, 4 5/8-inch, 1913, good bore

Colt Single Action Army .44-40. Made in 1913, serial number 326082 has a 4 5/8-inch barrel. MARKINGS: Serial appears on frame, guard and grip. “Colt Frontier Six Shooter .44-40” is on barrel left. The barrel also has the two-line address. Inside grip panels is scratched what appears to be “6872” (left) and “6082” (right). A “1” appears on the left rear of the trigger guard and a triangular mark appears on the left front. CONDITION: Bore is viable and rates as good, with strong rifling and a light general roughness. All hammer clicks are positive and the cylinder locks up tight. Barrel blue has thinned and faded to about 15 percent with a bit of roughness on the ejector rod housing. Frame colors have faded to trace. Grip finish is about 40 percent and the grip panels show uniform wear and have cracks on the inside (only) around the screw holes. There is a small chip from the lower front corner of the right grip panel and the grip attaching screw protrudes slightly. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Colt SAA New Frontier .44 Special, 5.5-inch, ivory grips, adjustable, 98 percent

Colt SAA New Frontier .44 Special. Serial number 06259NF is a third generation model with a 5.5-inch barrel, color case flat-top frame, adjustable rear sight and ivory medallion grips. MARKINGS: The serial number appears on the frame, 2x on the grip (hidden), and on the cylinder (partial). CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny. The cylinder locks up properly and the hammer “clicks” just as it should. Overall metal finish is about 98 percent, with faint evidence of handling and firing. Grips rate the same. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,800 plus shipping.


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Colt Single Action Army .45 Colt, 4 5/8-inch, 1905, 268117

Colt Single Action Army .45 Colt. Made in 1905, serial number 268117 has a 4 5/8-inch barrel. MARKINGS: Serial appears on frame, guard and grip. The barrel has the two-line address. What appears to be a small “5” appears on the left front side of the trigger guard. “5479” appears on the inside of the loading gate. CONDITION: Bore is fair, at best, with general roughness and soft rifling. All hammer clicks are positive and the cylinder locks up tight. Barrel blue has thinned and browned to about 15 percent and some small dings show on the bottom in front of the cylinder pin. Frame colors have faded to trace. Grip finish is about 30 percent and browning. The grip panels show uniform wear and three small notches appear at the base of the right grip. Both panels have epoxy on the inside – likely to stabilize cracks at the screw holes. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,800 plus shipping.


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Colt SAA New Frontier .45 Colt, 5.5-inch, 1974, Gen 2, 98 percent

Colt SAA New Frontier .45 Colt. Made in 1974, serial number 7237NF has a 5.5-inch barrel, color case flattop frame, adjustable rear sight and walnut logo grips. MARKINGS: The serial number appears on the frame, 2x on the grip (hidden), on the cylinder (partial) and in pencil on both grip panels. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny, with a faint “partial ring” near the middle which seems to be nothing more than where a tool was reversed. The cylinder locks up tight and the hammer runs the notches with solid authority. Overall metal finish is about 98 percent, with only faint evidence of handling and firing. Grips are nearly the same, with faint chipping along the lower front of the right panel. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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Colt SAA .45 Colt, 7.5, 1905, 282607, strong condition

Colt Single Action Army .45 Colt. Made in 1905, serial number 282607 has a 7.5-inch barrel. MARKINGS: Serial appears on frame, guard and grip. “.45 Colt” is on barrel left and the barrel has the single line address. A “T” appears on the left rear of the trigger guard, a triangular mark appears on the left front and “4583” is on the inside of the loading gate. What appears to be a double-struck “V” is on the front of the cylinder. The inside grip panels is blank. CONDITION: Bore is very good and quite bright, with a minor area of roughness near the muzzle. All hammer clicks are positive and the cylinder locks up tight. Barrel blue is about 75 percent, cylinder blue about 70 percent and grip frame blue about 60 percent. Frame colors are about 30 percent. Screws have good finish and clean slots. Grip panels are solid, with uniform wear and have small cracks on the inside around the screw holes. There is a small chip from the lower rear edge of the left grip panel. The price is firm and layaway is available. $9,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber Ultra CDP II 9mm, Custom Shop, 25 ounces, 3-inch stainless steel match grade bull barrel, night sights, retired factory display pistol

Kimber Ultra CDP II 9mm serial number KUF7696. Made in the Kimber Custom Shop, features include stainless steel slide, match grade 3-inch bull barrel, Carry Melt treatment for rounded and blended edges, ambidextrous thumb safety, bumped beavertail grip safety, lowered and flared ejection port, beveled magazine well and checkered rosewood grips. Overall finish condition is 99%, mostly due to one small finish ding on the trigger guard. This is a factory display pistol that was shown but never fired. The price is firm and layaway is available. Photo package by request (include email address).


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Kimber Tactical Custom HD II .45 ACP, night sights, ambidextrous, match grade trigger, retired factory display pistol

Kimber Tactical Custom HD II .45 ACP. Features include a steel frame and slide, 5-inch match grade barrel, night sights, checkered front strap (30 lines-per-inch), ambidextrous thumb safety, bumped beavertail grip safety, laminated wood grips, extended and beveled magazine well and match grade trigger. Overall condition is virtually 100%, with only slight indications of handling wear from being a factory display pistol. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber LAPD SWAT Custom II .45 ACP, one of seven from first production unintentional overrun, never issued, unfired

Kimber LAPD SWAT Custom II .45 ACP, one of seven pistols from the first production overrun. Following extensive testing in 2001 and 2002, LAPD SWAT selected a modified version of the Kimber Custom II as their duty pistol. The initial order was delivered in 2002. Seven complete pistols remained as overruns and were sold to Kimber employees. This pistol, serial number KLA114269, is one of the seven. It remains new and unfired. Special markings include “LAPD SWAT CUSTOM II” on slide right and serial number K (Kimber) LA (Los Angeles) 114 (SWAT radio code), followed by a unique three-digit number. It is likely this is the most collectible Kimber pistol ever offered. CONDITION: New and unfired with slight handling wear. The price is firm and a layaway program is available. $8,000 plus shipping.


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Roberts Defense Super Grade Pro .45 ACP, very early production with serial RB00046, Trijicon, 99 percent

Roberts Defense Super Grade Pro two-tone .45 ACP. Serial RD00046 is a full-size 1911 with custom features that include Trijicon night sights, fine front and rear serrations on a ribbed slide, lowered and flared ejection port, extended thumb safety, checkered front strap, bumped beavertail grip safety, Commander-style hammer, tuned trigger and a checkered mainspring housing. CONDITION: Nearly 100 percent and possibly unfired since leaving the manufacturer. INCLUSIONS: Box, padded carry case, fired casing, manual and serialed factory inspection card dated 4/17/2013. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum, 1961, 10-inch barrel with eight lands/grooves, Flattop, three screw

Exceptionally rare Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum with 10-inch eight land/groove barrel. Made in 1961, serial 37166 features the Flattop frame with three screws, the “Micro” adjustable sight and varnished walnut grips. CONDITION: The bore is very good, with what appears to be minor lead deposits. The action is tight. Metal finish is about 90 percent overall, with modest thinning at the predictable places. For whatever reason, the finish on the female threads at the upper rear of the grip frame (either side of the hammer base) is missing, and a very small accumulation of extra finish is present in the same area. Grips are about 85 percent, with light impressions and scratching. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum, custom sights/lanyard/tune by Hamilton Bowen, 99 percent

Wonderful Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum with 4.2-inch barrel as customized by Hamilton Bowen. Serial 503-59371 has a Bowen white ramp front sight, adjustable white outline rear sight, stainless steel lanyard ring and superb action tune. A Classic Old West, Styles Maker (El Paso) leather holster with logo thumb snap and embossing is included. CONDITION: The bore shows almost new, as the pistol was seldom fired. Overall finish is at least 99 percent. The price is firm. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum, 7.5-inch, Flattop, three screw, 1961, 28510, 85 percent

Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum with 7.5-inch barrel. Made in 1961, serial number 28510 features a Flattop frame with three screws, Micro adjustable sight and walnut grips. It has not been converted to a transfer bar safety. CONDITION: Bore is strong and bright. Cylinder and trigger operations are proper. Overall metal finish is about 85 percent, with some thinning at the muzzle, forward portion of the ejector rod housing and on the cylinder. Grip frame has thinning at the shoulders and a few dings on the backstrap. One of the three screw heads is slightly roughed. Grips are about 80 percent, with a number of impressions and scratches. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum, 1960, 7.5-inch, stag grips, factory letter, 98% and likely unfired

Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum shipped in June, 1960. Serial number 24108 has a 7.5-inch barrel, adjustable rear sight and what appear to be factory stag grips (factory letters do not specify type of grips, per Ruger). It does not have a transfer bar conversion. CONDITION: Condition remains at least 98%, with traces of finish wear mostly along the bottom of the barrel and the right side of the hammer. Possibly unfired. No box or papers. The price is firm and a layaway program is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum, 10-inch, Flattop, 1960, 80 percent, great bore

Ruger Blackhawk .44 Magnum with 10-inch barrel. Made in 1960, serial number 23954 features a Flattop frame with three screws, Micro adjustable sight and walnut grips. It has not been converted to a transfer bar safety. CONDITION: Bore is very strong and bright. Cylinder and trigger operations are proper. Overall metal finish is at least 80 percent, with thinning at the muzzle, forward portion of the ejector rod housing, cylinder, guard and at the corners of the grip frame. Grips are about 90 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman 1st Model .22 LR, 649849, 6-inch, 5-screw, adjustable sight, matching numbers

Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman 1st Model .22 LR. Serial number 649849 features a 6-inch barrel, 5-screw frame configuration, adjustable rear sight, walnut diamond grips and a serrated hammer. Matching serial number appears on the grip frame, barrel and cylinder, while the number on the inside of the grip panel differs. CONDITION: Overall metal finish is about 80%, with general wear and some light scratches. The bore is bright and rifling sharp. Trigger pull is smooth and the cylinder locks up tight. The left grip has a small chip at the base. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,400 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector .32-20, Model 1905, 4th Change, 4-inch, strong bore and mechanics, 85 percent

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector (Model 1905, 4th change) .32-20. Serial number 141153 (stamped on the grip frame, barrel and cylinder; written on the inside of a grip in pencil) has a 4-inch barrel. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. The cylinder locks up properly and all mechanics are sound. Metal finish is at least 85 percent, with thinning near the muzzle and over the rear of the grip frame. Both grip panels are chipped at the bottom, the left being modest and the right significant. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 .357 Magnum, 2.5 inch, nickel, gray box, 99 percent and likely unfired

Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 .357 Magnum with 2.5-inch barrel, nickel finish, pinned barrel and recessed cylinder. Serial number 5K94546 appears to be unfired and shows but a faint turning ring on the cylinder and some small impressions on the bottom of the grip panels. The correct gray box with serialed end label is included, as are papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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United States Patent Firearms custom SAA .45 Colt, reproduction of Kurt Russell’s “Wyatt Earp” Tombstone pistol, engraved and tuned by John Ennis, Johnson leather, former display at National Firearms Museum

United States Patent Firearms custom SAA .45 Colt. A faithful reproduction of the pistol Kurt Russell’s “Wyatt Earp” character used in Tombstone, serial 010371 was displayed in the National Firearms Museum in the early 2000s as part of the “Real Guns of Reel Heroes” exhibit. Important features include a 10-inch barrel, color case frame and walnut grips. The action has been tuned and highly refined by John Ennis. GRIP SHIELD: After inlaying the shield in gold, Ennis (who engraved the shield for the movie gun, that one actually brass) engraved a duplicate “To Wyatt Earp – Peacemaker – From the Grateful People of Dodge City, Apr. 8th, 1878”. LEATHER: Jake Johnson of Temecula, California, was commissioned to fashion as exact a copy of Russell’s belt rig as possible. He delivered a masterwork. The burgandy holster and belt (with hole spacing from 39-44 inches) is a perfect compliment. CONDITION: Both pistol and leather retain about 99 percent of their original condition. INCLUSION: An electronic copy of the museum display information sheet will be forwarded to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Walther OSP .22 Short, 1969, 4.5-inch ported, great bore, two magazines, factory “briefcase” and manual, 90 percent

Walther OSP .22 Short with 4.5-inch four-port barrel. Made in 1969, serial number 6427 features a removable barrel weight, two factory magazines, adjustable sight and adjustable target grips. INCLUSIONS: Walther factory logo “briefcase” and owner’s manual. CONDITION: Bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is about 90 percent, with the majority of wear being on the sides of the front strap where (it seems) someone sanded down the leading edge of the grips as they were in position. The briefcase label plate (under the handle) is absent. California legal. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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