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.
Browning Hi Power 9mm, 1984, Belgium, wood, box, 97 percent

Browning Hi Power 9mm. Made in Belgium during 1984, serial 245PW01901 features a polished blue finish, fixed rear sight and checkered wood grips. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with only light indications of handling. The wood grip panels rate equally high. The original box and one original magazine are included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Colt Commercial Ace .22 LR, 1936, 7020, original, superb, 98 percent

Colt Commercial Ace .22 LR. Made in 1936, serial number 7020 is a superlative example of Colt’s craftsmanship at it apex. Features include a 4.75-inch barrel, adjustable rear sight, checkered wood grips and a two-tone “Ace” magazine. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny, virtually as new. The original metal finish is approximately 98 percent, with only traces of thinning at the leading edges and one small, faint spot of tarnish on the forward right side of the frame. The grips are flawless and the two-tone magazine is commensurate with the balance. No box, papers or additional magazine. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,500 plus shipping.


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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 Automatic Pistol .22 LR, pre-Woodsman, 1926, 6 5/8, both sights adjustable, original, 96 percent

Colt Automatic Pistol (pre-Woodsman) .22 LR. Made in 1926, serial number 50364 wears the 6.625-inch “medium” barrel and features adjustable sights (both front and rear), along with checkered wood grips. It also includes the correct/original two-tone magazine along with an aftermarket spare. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny, passing for new. Metal finish is at least 96 percent, with a trace of thinning at the muzzle and a modest scattering of superficial rubs, scratches and nicks. The grips are without flaw and the original magazine retains about 95 percent of its finish. The auxiliary magazine is unmarked as to brand and has some spotting and surface rust. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,650 plus shipping.


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Colt Trooper MK III .22 Magnum, 4-inch, 1980, adjustable, wood, 97 percent

Colt Trooper MK III .22 Magnum. Made in 1980, serial number Y12740 as a 4-inch barrel with integral rib, adjustable rear sight and wood grips with the Colt logo medallion. CONDITION: The bore is bright and strong. Mechanics are proper and indicate very little use. Metal finish is about 97 percent, the loss from new mostly due to light holster wear (thinning) on the muzzle an a bit more on the sharp edges of the frame. The cylinder turn line is faint and a few minor scratches appear on both metal and grips. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,950 plus shipping.


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Colt Single Action Army .32 WCF (.32-20), 4.75-inch, 1906

Colt Single Action Army .32 WCF (.32-20). Made in 1906, serial number 277164 has a 4.75-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. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Colt 1851 Navy C-Series .36, second generation, color case, silver grip frame, original box plus presentation box with accessories, unfired

Colt 1851 Navy C-Series (second generation) .36-caliber pistol. Serial number 7279 features a 7.5-inch octagon barrel with polished bluing, color case lever, frame and hammer, blued cylinder (engraved) trigger and screws, silver grip frame and wood grips. CONDITION: Unfired. Blue has minor rubs that appear to be from the case and the silver over the grip frame shows modest thinning/tarnish. PRESENTATION CASE: The lockable wood case includes an inset Colt medallion on the lid and gold logo on the inside upper lid, blue felt interior and a bullet mold, nipple wrench, powder flask, cap container and key. The original hinged factory box includes the warranty card, manual and box for the cap container. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Colt 1862 Police .36 caliber, 1867, 35699 matching 5x, 5.5-inch, exceptional

Colt 1862 Police .36 caliber. Made in 1867, serial number 35699 (matching 5x, including grips) has a 5.5-inch barrel. CONDITION: Mechanics function properly. The bore is bright, with sharp rifling. Colors are approximately 60 percent overall. Brass on the frame has thinned to about 15 percent. Blue on barrel and cylinder is about 80 percent, with scattered spots of thinning and roughness. Screw slots remain squared and markings are sharp. The pistol appears to have seen little use. No case or accessories. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Colt Officer’s Model Special .38 Special, 1951, 98 percent, estate of Tom Siatos

Colt Officer’s Model Special .38 Special. From the estate of Tom Siatos and made in 1951, serial number 786380 has a 6-inch heavy non-tapered barrel, adjustable rear “Coltmaster” sight and checkered plastic grips. CONDITION: The bore appears new. Mechanics are flawless. Metal finish is 97 percent, with a small area of finish mildly disturbed on the underside of the barrel and a faint turning ring on the cylinder. Grips are 100 percent. TOM SIATOS (1923-2008) spent the majority of his life in close association with firearms and hunting. His professional contributions, tremendous category knowledge, bottomless enthusiasm and bold personality influenced the firearms industry and outdoor media to such a degree that it remains a viable force today. Tom was the second editor of Guns & Ammo Magazine. As such, he was responsible for the general tone of the iconic publication. A consummate hunter, spectacular all-around shot and true connoisseur of fine firearms, his interests spanned the full spectrum of the shooting sports. In 1942, Tom enlisted in the Marine Corps. He served in units that scouted and destroyed isolated enemy communication sites on a number of Pacific islands, eventually receiving a battlefield commission. After concluding his service, he attended UCLA and later joined the fledgling Petersen’s Publishing Company in 1958. A series of promotions led to him to become vice president of the Petersen’s Publishing Outdoor Division, which thrived under his leadership. Tom Siatos was a mentor, visionary, leader, father figure and a true original. We will never see his like again. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Colt Python .357 Magnum, 4-inch, blue, 1976, superb tuning

Colt Python .357 Magnum. Made in 1976, serial 41134E wears a 4-inch barrel, polished blue finish and walnut grips with full-coverage checkering. CONDITION: The bore is flawless. Metal finish is at least 95 percent, with modest thinning at the muzzle and other predictable (high) areas and the accompanying spots of tarnish. Action tune is superb – even for a Python – and the cylinder locks up as tight as a banker does at night. Grips are all but perfect. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Colt Single Action Army .44-40, 4.75-inch, 1913, good bore

Colt Single Action Army .44-40. Made in 1913, serial number 326082 has a 4.75-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 Single Action Army .45 Colt, 4.75-inch, 1905, 268117

Colt Single Action Army .45 Colt. Made in 1905, serial number 268117 has a 4.75-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 .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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Detonics MK VI .45 ACP, stainless, 3.4-inch, packaging, 99 percent

Detonics MK VI .45 ACP. Serial CR14660 features a 3.4-inch bushingless bull barrel, stainless steel flat top slide with an integral front ramp sight, polished flats and satin over the curves, a satin-finished stainless steel frame and checkered wood grips. The slide release, thumb safety and hammer are also polished, and the flat mainspring housing is checkered rubber. CONDITION: At least 99 percent with little evidence of carry or firing. The left grip panel has several small impressions. INCLUSIONS: Original zippered pouch and owner’s manual. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Freedom Arms Model 1997 .45 Long Colt, 5.5-inch, tuned, round butt, rosewood, adjustable, 99 percent, estate of Tom Siatos

Freedom Arms Model 1997 Premier Grade .45 Colt. From the estate of Tom Siatos, serial number P0853 features a 5.5-inch barrel with ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, round butt, smooth rosewood grips and a wonderfully-tuned trigger. CONDITION: Bore is pristine and mechanics are perfect. Overall, it remains in at least 99 percent condition with scant evidence of handling and firing. No box or papers. TOM SIATOS (1923-2008) spent the majority of his life in close association with firearms and hunting. His professional contributions, tremendous category knowledge, bottomless enthusiasm and bold personality influenced the firearms industry and outdoor media to such a degree that it remains a viable force today. Tom was the second editor of Guns & Ammo Magazine. As such, he was responsible for the general tone of the iconic publication. A consummate hunter, spectacular all-around shot and true connoisseur of fine firearms, his interests spanned the full spectrum of the shooting sports. In 1942, Tom enlisted in the Marine Corps. He served in units that scouted and destroyed isolated enemy communication sites on a number of Pacific islands, eventually receiving a battlefield commission. After concluding his service, he attended UCLA and later joined the fledgling Petersen’s Publishing Company in 1958. A series of promotions led to him to become vice president of the Petersen’s Publishing Outdoor Division, which thrived under his leadership. Tom Siatos was a mentor, visionary, leader, father figure and a true original. We will never see his like again. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Kart / Crown City / Target Shooters’ Specialist .22 LR, six-inch, tuned, stippled, two magazines

Kart .22 LR conversion fitted to a Crown City Arms frame by The Target Shooters’ Specialist in Tucson. SLIDE: Features include a fixed 6-inch barrel, grooved flat top slide with a blade front sight and a Kart rear adjustable sight. FRAME: Crown City Arms serial A03122 with stippled front strap, arched mainspring housing, checkered wood grips and (modest) beavertail grip safety. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. The trigger pull has been smoothed and lighted considerably, and in doing so the “half cock” notch has been removed. Metal (polished blue) finish on the top is approximately 85 percent, with minor highlights and rubs. The matte-finished frame is also approximately 85 percent. MAGAZINES: Two are included, although only one is marked “Kart”. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 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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Luger 06-24 .30 caliber, 4.6-inch, matching numbers, spotless bore, from the estate of Tom Siatos

Luger 06-24 .30 caliber. From the estate of Tom Siatos, serial 21477 (all visible matching) has a 4.6-inch barrel and checkered wood grips. MARKINGS: Cross (6x), “P53”, cross over “M”, “Waffenfabrik Bern” and “44”. A “0” appears on the wood magazine base, but the magazine body is unmarked. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shiny. Mechanics appear to operate consistently with the high finish condition. Metal finish is well over 95 percent, with only minor evidence of handling. Wood grips are at least 95 percent as well, with modest scratches and impressions. TOM SIATOS (1923-2008) spent the majority of his life in close association with firearms and hunting. His professional contributions, tremendous category knowledge, bottomless enthusiasm and bold personality influenced the firearms industry and outdoor media to such a degree that it remains a viable force today. Tom was the second editor of Guns & Ammo Magazine. As such, he was responsible for the general tone of the iconic publication. A consummate hunter, spectacular all-around shot and true connoisseur of fine firearms, his interests spanned the full spectrum of the shooting sports. In 1942, Tom enlisted in the Marine Corps. He served in units that scouted and destroyed isolated enemy communication sites on a number of Pacific islands, eventually receiving a battlefield commission. After concluding his service, he attended UCLA and later joined the fledgling Petersen’s Publishing Company in 1958. A series of promotions led to him to become vice president of the Petersen’s Publishing Outdoor Division, which thrived under his leadership. Tom Siatos was a mentor, visionary, leader, father figure and a true original. We will never see his like again. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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North American Arms Ranger .22 Magnum, featured in American Handgunner, extras, Roy Huntington collection

North American Arms Ranger .22 Magnum. From the collection of Roy Huntington and featured in the May/June, 2011 issue of American Handgunner Magazine, this early original Ranger bears serial number BT00161. Features include stainless steel construction, 1.6-inch barrel and a five-round fluted cylinder. INCLUSIONS: Three sets of grips (extended laminate, bird’s-head laminate and bird’s-head faux stag, two leather holsters, NAA soft case, manuals, papers, copy of the American Handgunner issue and a letter from NAA to Mr. Huntington regarding the subject pistol. The original box has gone missing. CONDITION: Overall finish condition stands at 99 percent with light evidence of careful handling. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Ruger Lightweight Single Six Tri-color .22 LR, first year production, 1956, flat gate, 4 5/8 inch

Ruger Lightweight Single Six Tri-Color .22 LR. Made in 1956, serial number 202552 originates from the first year of production. Features include an aluminum alloy frame and cylinder, 4 5/8 inch barrel, flat top frame and flat loading gate. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny. Barrel finish is about 90 percent, with some holster polishing at the muzzle. The cylinder is at least 90 percent, as turning highlights emerge from the bottom of the notches. The grip frame is about 95 percent, with minimal finish wear and a some dimpling along the bottom. The grips are over 95 percent, with a scratch on the bottom of the right panel. No box or papers. The price is firm. $1,000 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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Smith & Wesson Model 34 .22 LR, 1959, box, 4-inch, high condition, estate of Tom Siatos

Smith & Wesson Model 34 (22/32 Kit Gun) .22 LR. From the estate of Tom Siatos and made in 1959, serial number 59913 has a 4-inch pinned barrel with integral serrated rib and ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight, flat latch, recessed cylinder, checkered hammer, serrated trigger, round butt and diamond grips. CONDITION: Bore and mechanics are excellent. Metal finish is at least 95 percent, with light indications of handling/hoster wear and a light scratch on the right side plate from the holster’s snap. INCLUSIONS: Bianchi holster and original box with serial number written in white on the bottom. The box holds waxed protective paper and the original unsubmitted warranty card with serial number. TOM SIATOS (1923-2008) spent the majority of his life in close association with firearms and hunting. His professional contributions, tremendous category knowledge, bottomless enthusiasm and bold personality influenced the firearms industry and outdoor media to such a degree that it remains a viable force today. Tom was the second editor of Guns & Ammo Magazine. As such, he was responsible for the general tone of the iconic publication. A consummate hunter, spectacular all-around shot and true connoisseur of fine firearms, his interests spanned the full spectrum of the shooting sports. In 1942, Tom enlisted in the Marine Corps. He served in units that scouted and destroyed isolated enemy communication sites on a number of Pacific islands, eventually receiving a battlefield commission. After concluding his service, he attended UCLA and later joined the fledgling Petersen’s Publishing Company in 1958. A series of promotions led to him to become vice president of the Petersen’s Publishing Outdoor Division, which thrived under his leadership. Tom Siatos was a mentor, visionary, leader, father figure and a true original. We will never see his like again. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece, 17-3, 1971, 6-inch, box, 98 percent

Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece (Model 17-3) .22 LR. Serial number K973024 was originally sold during 1971 in Butte, Montana. Features include a 6-inch barrel with integral rib, adjustable rear sight, color case target hammer & trigger, and checkered walnut stocks. CONDITION: The bore appears new. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent, with only minor indications of handling. Grips present as new. INCLUSIONS: Original box with correct end label and protective (waxed) paper, manual and the previously-mentioned sales receipt. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,150 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Model 41 .22 LR, 7 3/8, removable brake, cocking indicator, 110133

Smith & Wesson Model 41 .22 LR. Serial number 110133 wears a 7.375-inch barrel with a removable brake and features an adjustable rear sight, cocking indicator and checkered target grips. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny with no indications of wear. Overall blue is approximately 85 percentl, with minimal silvering at the edges and some discoloration. Grips show little indications of wear. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 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. $900 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 327 R8 .357 Magnum, eight-round cylinder, Crimson Trace Lasergrips, rails, collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 327 M&P R8 .357 Magnum. From the collection of Roy Huntington, serial XPM0715 wears a five-inch barrel. The barrel shroud has an integral front sight ramp (topped with a white dot blade) and accessory rail. Additional features include a removable top rail, adjustable rear sight, eight-round cylinder, smooth trigger shoe and factory-added Crimson Trace Lasergrips (red). CONDITION: The bore and rifling are strong. Metal finish is approximately 95 percent, with a few minor nicks and rubs mostly confined to the cylinder. No box or papers. This pistol was used in an article in American Handgunner Magazine (copy not included). ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,100 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Thunder Ranch Model 21-4 .44 Special, serial TRS0008, unfired, display box, collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Model 21-4 Thunder Ranch .44 Special. From the collection of Roy Huntington, serial number TRS0008 features a four-inch barrel, polished blue finish with gold Thunder Ranch logo, color case hammer and trigger, round butt and smooth grips. The original wood/glass display box is also included, as is the factory hard case with papers. CONDITION: The pistol appears to be unfired. The polished blue finish shows faint evidence of rubbing during shipment. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm. $1,350 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Performance Center 629-6 Competitor .44 Magnum, cover of Guns Magazine, Meopta, from the collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629-6 Competitor .44 Magnum. Pictured on the cover and appearing in the centerfold and pages of the November, 2013 issue of Guns Magazine, serial number CTR0492 originates from the collection of Roy Huntington. Features include a 6-inch slab-sided barrel with integral top rail and shrouded underlug with removable/adjustable counterweights, LPA adjustable rear right, trigger stop and a quick-detaching Meopta 3-MOA red dot sight. INCLUSIONS: Factory hard case with underlug spacers, papers, keys and sight adjustment tool, Meopta box with maintenance kit and manual, and a copy of Guns Magazine (11/13) signed by Roy Huntington. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. The action is tuned and all aspects of mechanics operate properly. The surface finish stands at approximately 97 percent with modest indications of handling and firing. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Model 22-4 .45 ACP, 99 percent, lanyard, box, from the collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Model 22-4 .45 ACP. From the collection of Roy Huntington, serial CRW7119 wears a 5.5-inch barrel, polished blue finish, checkered wood grips with medallion and lanyard ring. Half moons, a fired shell casing, case and papers are included. CONDITION: Possibly unfired, the bore remains in new condition. The bluing is nearly 100 percent, with slight indications of handling and a hint of a cylinder turning ring. Grips are 100 percent. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 325 Thunder Ranch .45 ACP, 4-inch, tuned, rail, 98 percent, collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 325 Thunder Ranch .45 ACP. From the collection of Roy Huntington, serial TRD0061 features a 4-inch barrel with scalloped shroud, bead front sight and detachable rail, adjustable rear sight, matte black finish, tuned action and smooth finger-groove grips. CONDITION: Lightly fired, the bore remains mirror bright and finish stands at 98 percent with only light handling indications. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,000 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 .45 ACP pistols, American Handgunner cover pair, collection of Roy Huntington

Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 .45 ACP cover pistols from the July/August, 2013 issue of American Handgunner Magazine. From the collection of Roy Huntington, SW1911 Custom (5-inch barrel, serial UCT6481) and SW1911 round butt (4.25-inch barrel, serial UCS5724) both feature three lightening cuts on each side of their stainless steel slides, scaled slide serrations, Briley spherical barrel bushings, relieved (finger cut) front straps with 30-lines per inch checkering, ambidextrous thumb safeties and bumped beavertail grip safeties. The Custom has a 5-inch barrel, stainless steel frame, adjustable rear sight and a beveled/extended magazine well. The round butt has a 4.25-inch barrel, serrated flat top slide, drift-adjustable white dot rear sight, scandium frame and serrations over the rear of the slide. Both pistols include their original hard case and papers. CONDITION: Each shows in approximately 98 percent condition from range work during testing. The bore of the 5-inch pistol is leaded and will require a proper cleaning. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The pair will not be separated. While an actual copy of the magazine is not available, a scanned copy of the cover and entire feature article will be provided. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Smith & Wesson 460 XVR .460 S&W Magnum as pictured and showcased in American Rifleman and American Hunter, Bushnell, Galco, Warne, 98 percent

Smith & Wesson Model 460 XVR .460 S&W Magnum. Serial number CVD4202 features an 8.375-inch barrel with integral removable muzzle brake (can be replaced with included extended muzzle brake), green fiberoptic removable front sight (can be replaced with included beaded blade) and has a wonderfully tuned trigger. A Warne base with integral front sight and mounting bracket that accepts the factory adjustable rear sight is also included. OPTIC: A Bushnell Elite 2-6×32 scope with plex reticle mounted in Warne rings is included. MEDIA APPEARANCES: This pistol is pictured on the cover (inset) of the July, 2015 issue of American Rifleman and is the subject of a feature article which begins on page 52. Also, it was used in Africa on a hunt featured in the September, 2015 issue of American Hunter which begins on page 84. Copies of both magazines are included. LEATHER: A Galco Kodiak shoulder holster (right hand) with padded straps and open front (for use when scoped) is included. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. The cylinder locks up tight. Exterior finish is about 98 percent, with only minor evidence of careful use. INCLUSIONS: Upon request, the consignor will provide a personalized letter stating this pistol is the one showcased in both magazine articles. The factory hard case, fired casing (dated 1/14) and manual for the scope will ship with the the pistol. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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Tanfoglio / EAA Witness Elite Gold Custom .45 ACP, American Handgunner cover pistol, optic, 98 percent

EAA Witness Elite Gold Custom .45 ACP. From the collection of Roy Huntington and featured on the cover and centerfold of the Sept/Oct, 2013 issue of American Handgunner Magazine, serial A72285 is documented as having outstanding accuracy. Featured include a V-12 compensator system (twelve barrel ports plus two horizontal comps in the extended brake), five-inch barrel, stainless steel slide and beavertail frame, cocking lever, ambidextrous thumb safety, optic rail with left side “gas pedal” rest, checkered front strap and backstrap, extended and dramatically beveled magazine well, extended magazine release button aluminum grips and Burris FastFire III red dot optic. ACCURACY: Testing documented this pistol fired “ragged hole” groups at 25 yards and shot 1.5-inch groups at 50 yards. INCLUSIONS: Hard case with papers, lock, tools, extra screws and an additional mount that accepts brackets. A copy of the subject issue of American Handgunner signed by Roy Huntington is also included. CONDITION: The bore is strong, mechanics are proper and the metal finish is approximately 97 percent with modest indications of handling and firing. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Walther TPH .22 LR, West Germany, 2.8-inch, box, target, 98 percent, collection of Roy Huntington

Walther TPH .22 LR. From the collection of Roy Huntington, serial 285441 was manufactured in West Germany and features a 2.8-inch barrel. The original box, test target, manual and an extra factory magazine are included. CONDITION: Consignor confirms reliable function. The bore is bright and shiny. Bluing is at least 98 percent and grips remain solid. The box shows in very good condition as well. ROY HUNTINGTON has served as editor of American Handgunner Magazine for almost twenty years. A life-long handgunner and firearms collector, his passion for all things handgun are vividly reflected on the pages of every issue. His keen interest in gunsmithing has lead him to acquire many interesting and even iconic handguns. As retirement approaches, Roy has begun to “thin the herd”, thereby assuring his special firearms will find a new custodian. Upon request, Mr. Huntington will prepare a personally-addressed history letter to the purchaser. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,350 plus shipping.


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Wilson Combat custom 1911 .45 ACP, extras, 97 percent

Wilson Combat custom .45 ACP. Based on a Springfield 1911-A1 with a steel frame, this earlier effort features a Bo-Mar adjustable rear sight, Wilson barrel and bushing, extended thumb safety, large serrated magazine release button, checkered front strap, bumped beavertail grip safety, extended and beveled magazine well, and double-diamond checkered logo grips. CONDITION: Drum tight with an excellent trigger pull. The bore appears almost as new. Metal surfaces retain at least 97 percent finish with only minor spotting and indications of use. INCLUSIONS: Five magazines (four standard, two of them with bumpers, and one 10-round Wilson Bureaucrat), along with a Wilson Combat range bag. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,850 plus shipping.


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Wilson Combat Tactical Supergrade Compact .45 ACP, Crimson Trace lasergrips, 99 percent

Wilson Combat Tactical Supergrade Compact .45 ACP. Serial WCT20877 features a four-inch bushingless bull barrel, serrated flat top slide with night sights, rounded/blended slide serrations, steel frame (short Commander-style grip), beveled slide stop pin hole, recessed slide stop pin, ambidextrous thumb safety, beavertail grip safety with memory bump, checkered flat mainspring housing/rounded butt/front strap and Crimson Trace lasergrips (red dot). The slide finish is matte black while the frame is deep gray. CONDITION: The bore shows little evidence of use. Finish condition is over 99 percent, with only faint evidence of handling as the pistol was never carried. Night sight lamps are very dim. INCLUSIONS: One magazine. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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