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Biesen / O’Connor custom Winchester Model 70 Featherweight .270 Win., 2006 FNAWS & O’Connor Center raffle rifle, spectacular engraving, unfired

Imagined in 2002, commissioned in 2004 and raffled in 2006; this one-of-a-kind custom rifle is the result of superb cooperation between the O’Connor family, the Jack O’Connor Hunting Heritage and Education Center and the Idaho Chapter of FNAWS. Recently donated to the Boone and Crockett Club by the raffle winner, it is presented to the market through the Club’s Guns For Conservation Program. Proceeds from the sale will be directed to the Boone and Crockett Club Foundation and benefit wildlife conservation efforts in perpetuity.

Those who are familiar with O’Connor’s writings will remember that Al Biesen stocked and customized two nearly-identical Winchester pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight .270 Winchester rifles for the legendary writer. As O’Connor wrote in Sheep and Sheep Hunting (Winchester Press, 1974), “The No. 2 rifle is my particular pet. Month after month, year after year, in sunshine and in rain it puts its favorite load with the 130-grain Nosler bullet into a little group three inches high at a hundred yards.” The Biesen / O’Connor rifle offered here is a faithful reproduction of “No 2”. As it should be, the original is owned by the O’Connor family and destined to forever remain in their care.

Built by Al & Roger Biesen, the Model 70 Featherweight barreled action is flawlessly stocked in French walnut, graced with a fine borderless 24 lines-per-inch checkering accented with fluers and finished with an ebony forend tip. Additional features include jeweled bolt body, extractor and follower, two-panel checkered bolt knob, recontoured and checkered bolt release and recontoured (cloverleaf) tang. The stock itself is dressed out with a steel bottom metal and grip cap, initial shield on the toe line (blank), cheek piece with shadow line and a Biesen trapdoor butt plate with widow’s peak.

ENGRAVING: Engraved by Paula Biesen-Malicki (Roger’s daughter), the bottom metal is accented with delicate scroll. The steel grip cap continues the theme, surrounding a bust of one Jack’s finest Coues’ deer. The butt plate is nothing short of spectacular, as it presents the bust of O’Connor’s 44-inch Dall’s ram, taken in 1950 on Pilot Mountain in the Yukon Territory. SCOPE: In order to create as exact a duplicate as possible, a Leupold Mountaineer 4x scope with a “straight crosshair” reticle rides in favored Tilden mounts. The only aspect of the rifle not in perfect condition, it retains some 95 percent of the original finish.

DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.8 pounds, length-of-pull is 13.5 inches and the balance point is two inches behind the forward guard screw.

CONDITION: New and unfired since completion.

INCLUSIONS: As assembled by the raffle winner and donor, a three-ring notebook approximately one-inch thick contains original and copied correspondence between the O’Connor family members, O’Connor biographer Eldon “Buck” Buckner, FNAWS, Roger Biesen, Wolfe Publishing (Rifle Magazine), a final draft of Craig Boddington’s August, 2005 “Gunnotes” column on the rifle, original promotional flyers and a raffle ticket stub. Original and copied photos include the Biesen’s with the rifle in progress and finished, along with a pair of field photos with trophy rams. Finally, a single live Winchester Super Speed .270 round is included. Some would say it to be worth more than the rifle itself. The price is firm and layaway is available. $20,000 plus shipping.


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Biesen pre-64 Winchester Model 70 .375 H&H Magnum, Jack O’Connor Heritage Center Big Game Rifle Number One, engraved, pristine

Specially crafted by Al, Roger and Paula Biesen as the 2013 fundraising rifle for the Jack O’Connor Hunting Heritage & Education Center, this spectacular custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .375 H&H Magnum stands in unfired condition. Serial number 525302 wears its original 25-inch tapered heavy sporter factory barrel with hooded ramp front sight and island rear sight base topped with two folding leafs. The much-refined action features a jeweled bolt body, extractor, follower and rail, hollow bolt knob with two checkered teardrops, recontoured and checkered bolt release button, recontoured tang and custom bottom metal with inside-the-bow release button. The stock is the very definition of classic layout and presentation. The Biesens carefully selected an exhibition-grade English walnut blank with rich, heavy grain over its full length as an appropriate foundation. Finished appointments include an ebony forend tip, flawless 24 lines-per-inch wrap around borderless checkering surrounding the signature Biesen fluers and tapering pancake cheekpiece with shadow line. Every aspect of the execution is flawless. ENGRAVING: Paula Biesen dressed the sight hood, ring tops (Leupold quick detaching 1-inch medium height), bolt handle and bottom metal with an elegant bold scroll. The pattern continues to the grip cap, where it then frames the bust of an alerted and threatening Cape buffalo bull. The floorplate scroll reads “Jack O’Connor Heritage Center Big Game Series #1, 2013” and is signed thereunder “P. Biesen”. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds with mounts. Length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is very strong and bright. Overall condition is virtually pristine, with only the slightest indications of display and handling. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Al & Roger Biesen custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .416 Taylor, stunning wood, flawless checkering, new condition

Al & Roger Biesen custom pre-64 Winchester Model 70 in .416 Taylor. Spectacular in every respect, serial number 345480 wears 24-inch heavy sporter barrel with hooded and beaded ramp front sight, two-piece custom scalloped bases with Biesen’s great single-lever quick release system and pop-up aperture on the rear base, jeweled bolt body, extractor, rail and follower, three-panel checkered and hollowed bolt knob, custom bolt release, contoured (cloverleaf) tang and custom bottom metal with inside-the-bow release. Shaped from a heavily-figured English blank, the stock features an ebony forend tip, Howell-type inletted sling swivel studs, spectacular Biesen checkering accented with bold fluers, cheekpiece with shadow line and a 1-inch Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. ENGRAVING: Maker’s names are centered on the barrel. The grip cap features a glowering Cape buffalo bust surrounded by scroll (unsigned, but certainly the work of Roger’s daughter, Paula). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds. Length of pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: Virtually as new, with only the slightest indications of handling. CARTRIDGE NOTES: The .416 Taylor came to life as a wildcat, its purpose being to offer the ballistics of a .416 Rigby in the standard-length .458 Winchester case. Factory ammunition is available from Norma. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Thomas Bland & Sons cape gun in .303 British & 20 gauge, scalloped boxlock ejector, express sights

Thomas Bland & Sons cape gun in .303 British and 20 gauge. A scalloped boxlock ejector, serial 15677 has 26-inch barrels with an integral raised and matted rib ending with a dovetail-mounted bead up front and doll’s head extension at the action. A sling loop on an elongated oval base is positioned on the underside of the rib as well. The rear sight is something special, as it incorporates three folding express leafs as well as a folding ladder. All four leafs have silver-filled sighting lines, but some of the silver has gone missing over time. The first leaf is marked “100 / 200”, the second “300 / 50 yds. round ball” and the third “400”. The ladder is marked “303” and “Shot From Cordite”, with distance markings from 500 to 1,000 yards. The action itself has side clips, bushed strikers, twin triggers and an automatic safety. The stock features a steel butt plate with widow’s peak and trap door. MARKINGS: “Thomas Bland & Sons. 450. West Strand. London” and “Winners of the 1885 American Rifle Trials” appear separately on the rib. The toe line oval bears the initials “WPI”. Modest engraving outline accents grace the lines of the receiver, opening lever, guard and tangs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.8 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.3 inches, drops are 1.5 and 2.5 inches, and cast off is approximately .5-inch. CONDITION: Barrels are tight on face. As refurbished, barrel (rust) blue is about 97%, with soft but viable markings. Colors on the action, guard, tangs and butt plate are bright, about 90 percent. Overall metal condition is strong, with only modest evidence of roughness surviving the polish. Brand markings are viable. Serial number on the lower tang is soft. Opening lever closes dead center. Ejectors, safety and triggers operate properly in dry cycling. Wood appears to be original, with refreshed checkering and quality finish showing at no less than 90 percent. RIFLE BARREL CONDITION: The bore exhibits enough softening to the rifling and roughness in the grooves to suggest it is nearing the end of its useful life. It does, however, appear viable, and condition may improve on the heels of a through cleaning. SHOTGUN BARREL DIMENSIONS / CONDITION: Absent choke with the chamber lengthened to 3-inches, the bore remains bright with a trace of light and uniform roughness. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Borden Accuracy, Jim Borden’s personal LSH .338 Remington Ultra Magnum, serial JB-1, Hart, Rimrock, stainless, brake

Borden Accuracy LSH in .338 Remington Ultra Magnum. Jim Borden’s personal rifle, with serial JB-1 and “BA” (Borden Accuracy) engraved on the sides of low 30mm Talley rings, it was made prior to 2001 when the company begin phasing out actions made by Nesika in favor of their own. Features include a 25-inch (27-inch including brake) stainless steel Hart barrel, stainless steel LSH action with spiral-fluted bolt, two-position safety (safe position locks bolt), long bolt handle, aluminum floorplate with inside-the-bow release and skeleton (lightened) magazine box, spectacular trigger and Rimrock stock with impressed checkering and cheekpiece. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and rifling sharp. Metal finish is about 98 percent, with the majority of what wear seen as tarnishing of the bolt handle. Stock condition is 97 percent as well, with a few scattered field and storage rubs. There are two chips just behind the tang. MARKINGS: “Borden Rifles, 338 Rem Ultra Magnum” on barrel, “Model LSH” and “Borden, Springville PA” on action left, “JB-1” on the right of the front ring and “BA” 4x on the Talley rings. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Custom Ruger Model 77 .35-284 attributed to Lenard Brownell, McGowen barrel, island rear with folder, strong crossing grain, exceptional stock layout and checkering

Ruger Model 77 in .35-284. An unsigned custom logically attributed to Lenard Brownell by the donor, the action serialed 74-64998 was made in late 1979. (Brownell passed in 1982.) Most certainly, design characteristics including the profile of the Schnabel, the cheekpiece and its shadow line and aspects of the checkering pattern are strongly suggestive of Brownell’s hand. Features include a 22-inch McGowen barrel, hooded front ramp with Lyman blade and what appears to be an ivory bead, banded sling swivel stud, island rear sight with one fixed and one folding leaf (appears green) recontoured tang and custom tang safety. A Leupold M8-4x with Duplex reticle rides in factory rings. In addition to the graceful Schnabel forend tip and heavy crossing grain, the stock is finished with fine borderless wrap-around 26 lines-per-inch checkering, bottom metal pedestal and a sculpted pistol grip. DIMENSIONS: Weight (with optic) is 7.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 14.25 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright, as the rifle is essentially unused. Under magnification, the bore has what appear to be very light machining marks, suggesting a proper lapping is in order. Finish is new, other than minor anodizing imperfections on the aluminum floorplate. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping. Proceeds benefit the Boone and Crockett Club.


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William Evans .470 Nitro Express double rifle, 28-inch, 11.4 pounds, 14.5-inch length-of-pull, engraved, circa 1910

William Evans .470 Nitro Express double rifle. Made circa 1920, serial 12138 sports 28-inch barrels with a ramp front beaded sight, sling loop and a matted quarter rib with one fixed and two folding express leafs marked 100/200/300. The boxlock extractor action has an automatic safety, bushed strikers, double triggers and a lower tang that extends to the pistol grip cap. ENGRAVING: The action wears a well-executed medium scroll pattern to about 80 percent coverage, the pattern extending over the forend furniture and lever, barrel extension, opening lever, safety, guard, tangs, screws and grip cap. “SAFE” appears in gold. Initials “JAAH” (yeah, I know – so close!) appear on the toe line oval. A small “0” is pressed into the stock just under the grip cap. Serial number appears on the forend assembly, barrels, water table and tang. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 11.4 pounds. Length of pull is 14.5 inches over the pad. Drops are 1.5 and 2.4 inches, and cast off is a slight .25-inch. CONDITION: Barrels are full on face. Lever closes just right of center. Bores have a hint of roughness near the muzzle, but are otherwise smooth and shiny with strong rifling. As refurbished, barrel markings remain viable and blue is about 95 percent. The action retains a trace of color case, now browned. Engraving is sharp. Mechanically, the triggers are strong and both safety and ejector operate without hesitation. Wood integrity is also strong and absent concerns. Checkering is sharp as recut. The price is firm and layaway is available. $27,500 plus shipping.


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Griffin & Howe .257 Roberts, Winchester Model 54, cock-on-open, horn, Hensoldt Wetzlar Zeil-Dailyt 4x, 97 percent

Griffin & Howe .257 Roberts on a much-refined Winchester Model 54 barreled action. Made in 1936, serial number 47690A retains the original 24-inch chrome moly steel barrel with integral front sight ramp. A banded sling swivel stud has been added and the rear sight boss dovetail is capped. The action has been improved to cock-on-open and a color case safety lever clears the scope. A Griffin & Howe side mount and a Lyman receiver sight (missing aperture) have been added. Additional metal appointments include a deep rust blue finish along with jeweling on the bolt body, extractor, follower and rail. The stock has been shaped from a dense walnut blank with bold grain. Accents include a horn forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap-around bordered checkering, capped pistol grip, English cheekpiece with shadow line, sling swivel stud and a metal butt plate featuring a widow’s peak and border engraving. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds as pictured. Length of pull is 14 inches. CONDITION: Metal finish is is about 98 percent. Wood is 97 percent, with a few scattered minor field impressions. The bore is bright and shiny, with strong rifling. SCOPE: Hensoldt Wetzlar Zeil-Dialyt 4x with 22mm (.860 inch) main tube and post/crosshair reticle. The scope is adjustable for elevation, with the windage adjustment built into the base. Optically clear, a small area of debris is visible at the edge of the field of view near two o’clock. INCLUSIONS: Griffin & Howe logo leather sling. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Griffin & Howe .300 H&H Magnum, magnum Model 70 barreled action, 1950, Unertl Hawk 4x

Griffin & Howe .300 H&H Magnum on a Winchester Model 70 magnum action. Built in 1950, rifle number 2052 (serial number 123862) is a superb example of an American classic sporting rifle and was in fact inspired by the writings of Townsend Whelen. The 26-inch barrel has an integral front sight ramp with brass beaded blade and boss-mounted rear folding sight. The Model 70 magnum-length barreled action with cloverleaf tang was made in 1949 and sports a Griffin & Howe side mount. The bolt body, extractor, rail and follower have been carefully jeweled and the bolt knob has two hand-checkered bordered teardrop panels. Stocked from a walnut blank with bold and consistent grain plus hints of fiddle, finishing touches include an ebony forend tip, wrap-around bordered checkering, metal grip cap and sling swivel studs. The cheekpiece has a shadow line and the initial plate in the toe line is engraved “TJH”. CONDITION: Even after hunting much of Canada, the western United States and Zimbabwe, the rifle remains in high condition. The polished blue metal shows about 85 percent, mostly due to rubbing on the floorplate. The ebony forend tip shows some light crazing, including one line which might be a hairline drying crack. Overall stock condition and finish is strong, at least 90% with a collection of light scratches and impressions attesting to its 67 years of adventure. The recoil pad, a Pachmayr Decelerator, is a replacement. The bore is strong and bright. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds with scope and length-of-pull is 14.0 inches. SCOPE: The Unertl Hawk 4x has a tapered post/crosshair reticle and a 1-inch tube. Optics are clear, inside and out. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,000 plus shipping.


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Griffin & Howe .375 H&H Magnum, true magnum Mauser action, drop box, quarter rib, AAA English, nine pounds

Griffin & Howe .375 H&H Magnum built on a magnum Mauser. A stunning dangerous game rifle with superb appointments, the 24-inch barrel has a matted ramp front sight with brass bead, gracefully banded sling swivel stud and a matted quarter rib with one standing and two folding leafs regulated for 100/200/300 yards. The action is a true magnum Mauser (9.25-inches long) with single square bridge, integral bases with sighting notch (to clear open sights), sculpted drop box bottom metal (four plus one capacity) with inside-the-bow release button, two-position knurled wing safety, jeweled bolt body and follower, checkered (two panels) bolt knob and a finely-checkered trigger shoe. The stock is fashioned from an exhibition grade English walnut blank shot through with dark ribbons. Accents include an ebony forend tip, wrap-around 24 lines-per-inch checkering with double border, English (pancake) cheekpiece with wrapping shadow line, leather-wrapped recoil pad, steel grip cap and inletted pedestal sling swivel stud. Additional accenting touches include niter blued bolt release lever and screws. The extractor face has been tapered to “snap over” a round dropped into the chamber. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds and length of pull is 13.8 inches. Drops are 1.5 and 1.75 inches from the top of the integral bases. MARKINGS: “No. 745 Griffin & Howe, Inc. New York” on rib, “.375 Magnum” on chamber left, “105306” behind the barrel lug, “73688” and what appears to be “E3B” on the underside of the barrel, and either “L87” or “187” on both the underside of the barrel and front ring. IMPORT MARKINGS: A tiny “BV LINDEN WA USA” shows on the underside of the barrel just ahead of the forend tip and “114” appears on the lower right front ring, suggesting it was imported from Canada. HISTORY: Per the Griffin & Howe historian, no records exist. CONDITION: It appears this rifle was completely refurbished by Griffin & Howe at some point. Careful examination of the action (inside) indicates the presence of filled side mount attachment points. The bore is virtually new, which combined with the slender contour suggests it was replaced using the original sights and banded stud. Metal finish is about 99 percent, with only slight indications of use. Wood finish is 99 percent as well, while wood integrity is about 98 percent due to a scattering of minor scuffs and field impressions. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Holland & Holland .240 Apex, takedown, 23-inch, express sights plus aperture, scope in quick-detaching H&H rings, very good bore, cased

Holland & Holland .240 Apex takedown sporting rifle. Based on a Mauser 98 action, rifle number 944 wears a 23-inch light sporter barrel with banded front sight (ramp with blade, folding hood), banded sling eye and banded rear sight with the fixed leaf marked “50” (left) and “200” (right), and a folding leaf marked “350”. Both leafs have gold sighting lines. The action has a stippled front ring, bent bolt handle with hollow knob, swing-over safety and an adjustable aperture sight marked “200” and “350” mounted on the cocking piece. The stock has wrap-around bordered checkering, cross bolt, pistol grip cap with trapdoor, initial plate on the toe line (blank), pancake cheekpiece and a horn buttplate with delicate widow’s peak. CONDITION: The bore remains bright, with viable rifling and only the slightest scattering of roughness. Overall blue is about 60 percent, with general thinning and silvering. Wood finish is about 70 percent. Checkering is uniformly flattened and the stock exhibits a significant amount of character due to a general coverage of field impressions and scratches. SCOPE: Brand markings are obscured. The 30mm main tube and elevation adjustment (marked to 500 yards) integrates perfectly with the Holland & Holland detachable rings. The tapered post and cross reticle is ready for service, as the optics remain viable. Only a slight internal clouding is present. MARKINGS: Serial 944 appears on barrel, action, floorplate, trigger guard, stock, extractor collar, bolt handle, cocking piece, grip cap trapdoor and rear scope ring. Barrel is marked “Holland & Holland. 98. New Bond Street. London.” Barrel (at receiver) is marked “Holland’s .240. Bore Apex RGD Rimless Cartridge”. “SAFE” appears in gold on the safety lever. DIMENSIONS: Weight, with scope attached, is 8.0 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.25 inches. CASE: The leather-bordered and felt-lined takedown case retains the maker’s label. It remains solid, with the wear, fading and spotting expected with age. The price is firm and layaway is available. $13,000 plus shipping.


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Jeffery .450 #2 Nitro Express double rifle, 24-inch, ejectors, mechanical safety, good bores and on face, 12 pounds

W. J. Jeffery .450 No. 2 Nitro Express (3.5 inch) double rifle. Serial 16181 sports 24-inch barrels with a ramp front sight, sling eye, quarter rib with one fixed (marked 100) and four folding express sighting leafs (optimistically marked 200/300/400/500) and a scalloped boxlock action with ejectors, bushed strikers and a mechanical safety. Both the splinter forend and butt wear wrap-around bordered checkering, and the butt a capped grip, sling eye, unmarked oval on the toe line and a pad. CONDITION: Bores are bright, with only a suggestion of roughness. Barrels are on face. Ejectors, triggers and safety operate with authority. As refurbished, barrels have softened markings and a scattering of tiny pits that survived polishing. Blue stands at about 85 percent. The action has fully silvered and shows some polishing marks, a few small pits and dings. Forend furniture, top lever, guard, tang and grip cap exhibit the same. The splinter appears to be original and has a number of impressions. Checkering has been refreshed. The butt is similar to the forend and clearly refinished, with a hairline at the upper point of the left scallop. ENGRAVING: Barrel marked “W.J. Jeffery & Co. Makers” and “13 King Street St James St London”. “SAFE” is marked in refreshed gold. “W.J. Jeffery & Co” rides a ribbon on either side of the action. A modest outline follows along most of the metal surfaces as well. DIMENSONS: Weight is 12.0 pounds. Length of pull is 14.75 inches, drops are 1.5 and 2.1 inches with the stock absent cast. The price is firm and layaway is available. $20,000 plus shipping.


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Lang .470 Nitro Express double rifle, London, 26-inch, express sights, 10.6 pounds, case, Turnbull refurbish

Joseph Lang & Son .470 Nitro Express double rifle. Serial 14644 is a wonderful London rifle which was refurbished by Turnbull about 10 years ago. Features include 26-inch barrels topped by a full-length matte rib with integral raised front ramp. The front sight itself has been filed fine for daylight duty, with the pop-up night sight having seen service in low light as well as when closing on dangerous game. The dovetail-mounted rear sight has one fixed and two folding express leafs (marked 100/200/300), each with a sighting line. Additional features include double triggers, extractor, mechanical safety and traditional (pancake) cheekpiece with shadow line. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.6 pounds. Length-of-pull is 15 inches with attached orange pad, and an included Pachmayr Old English pad would reduce LOP .50-inch if installed. Drops are 1.5 and 2.5 inches, and cast off is slight – maybe .20-inch. CONDITION: Barrels are tight on face. Bores are strong, with only the slightest wear and roughness showing. Extractor, triggers and safety all operate properly. Barrel, guard, opening lever, tang and grip cap blue all stand at about 97 percent, and all markings remain strong. Action colors are rich and bright, with only the slightest handling evidenced in the clear sealing coat. Maker’s name and engraving accents are sharp. Wood finish is about 97 percent as well and wood integrity is about 95 percent to account for the scattering of small scratches and field impressions. The forend locking lever is slightly loose. INCLUSIONS: Older takedown case with added maker’s label and replacement straps is in worn condition. The price is firm and layaway is available. $18,500 plus shipping.


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Montana Rifle Company Model 1999 Wilderness .338 Winchester Magnum, fewer than 100 ever made, upgraded walnut, checkered bolt knob, Talley mounts

Montana Rifle Company Model 1999 Wilderness .338 Winchester Magnum. One of fewer than 100 made, the Wilderness is a custom rifle based on the 1999 action. Serial C12-0139 has a 22.75-inch barrel, glass bedded action and free-floated barrel, color case Talley quick detaching mounts (1-inch medium rings), full-length claw extractor for true controlled-round feeding and extraction, three-position wing safety, checkered bolt knob (five panels), steel grip cap, ebony forend tip, wrap-around borderless checkering, inletted sling swivel studs, cheekpiece with shadow line and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.4 pounds with rings. Length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shiny. Metal finish is about 97 percent, with only minor indications of use. Wood integrity is 98 percent, with only a few minor impressions. Wood finish is about 98 percent, as there is a scattering of open pores and insignificant rubs. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Montana Rifle Company Model 1999 Wilderness .338 Winchester Magnum, 23-inch, 8.4 pounds, checkered bolt knob, Talley color case

Montana Rifle Company Model 1999 Wilderness .338 Winchester Magnum. One of fewer than 100 made, the Wilderness is a custom rifle based on the 1999 action. Serial C12-0148 has a 23-inch barrel, color case Talley quick detaching mounts (1-inch medium rings), full-length claw extractor for true controlled-round feeding and extraction, three-position wing safety, checkered bolt knob (five panels), steel grip cap, ebony forend tip, wrap-around borderless checkering, inletted sling swivel studs, cheekpiece with shadow line and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.4 pounds with rings. Length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shiny. Metal finish is about 99 percent, with only minor indications of use. Wood integrity is 98 percent, with an area of scuffing on the toe line near the sling swivel stud. Wood finish is at least 99 percent. The barrel is offset in the channel (the action should be bedded and this can be facilitated for actual additional cost). The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Newton (Buffalo) First Model 1916 .30-06, serial 1104, Lyman 438 Field, cheekpiece, aperture front sight on banded pyramid base

Newton First Model 1916 .30 USG (.30-06). Made in Buffalo, New York, serial number 1104 (appears on underside of receiver, inside the stock and under the pistol grip cap) features a 26-inch barrel, aperture front sight on a banded pyramid base, banded sling swivel stud, folding rear sight on banded base, full-length claw extractor, checkered (underside) bolt knob, Lyman receiver sight, Lyman 438 Field scope and double set triggers. The stock has a Schnabel forend tip, bordered panel wrap checkering, steel grip cap and a cheekpiece. Takedown is both unique and innovative. The action secures against the rear portion of the tang, which in turn is anchored to the stock by a screw extending through the grip cap. The floorplate assembly rotates after opening the trap door to loosen the attaching screw. DIMENSIONS: Weight (scoped) is 8.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and absent pitting, with some general softening to the rifling. Safety and set triggers operate properly. Barrel blue shows about 70 percent, with general thinning. Markings are sharp. The action blue is also about 70 percent and thinning. Both the bolt handle and knob are about 60 percent. The stock has a coating of extra finish, an added recoil pad, spliced wood base for the rear sling loop, a missing sliver under the safety on the right side of the tang and rough inletting under the receiver sight on the right side. There is also a general scattering of scratches and impressions. The scope is clear and viable, with a bit of visible debris. Eye relief is short, approximately two inches. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Remington Model 700 LH (left hand) .30-06, Simillion barrel & three-position safety, Borden brake, custom bottom metal with detachable box magazine, 97 percent

Remington Model 700 LH (left hand) custom .30-06. Serial C6429762 features a 24-inch custom barrel (medium contour by Gene Simillion, cryogenic treatment to relieve stress) with a removable muzzle brake by Jim Borden. Barrel length, including brake, is 26 inches. Simillion also added a three-position Model 70-type safety and Ken Miers fitted custom bottom metal with a detachable box magazine. Metal finish appears to be Teflon (consignor was unsure). Trigger has been properly tuned and Talley rings/bases hold the Leupold 3-9x scope customized by Premier Reticle. Finally, Simillion fitted and bedded the barreled action into a McMillan stock of the Lazzeroni pattern, it with negative checkering and a palm swell. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.4 pounds. Length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. OPTIC: As customized by Premier Reticle, the reticle has four heavy outer posts and a series of four small aiming points on thin crosswires running along each axis. CONDITION: Barrel has only seen about 150 rounds and bore remains in virtually new condition. Metal finish is about 98 percent, with only slight indications of handling and use. Stock surface finish is about 97 percent, with a few minor scratches along the butt. INCLUSIONS: A second detachable box magazine is included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,850 plus shipping.


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Ruger Model 77 Mark II .300 Winchester Magnum, English walnut, ebony, banded, quarter rib, steel bottom metal, 99 percent

Ruger Model 77 Mark II .300 Winchester Magnum. Made circa 1993, serial number 781-02276 features a 24-inch barrel with banded front sight and beaded blade, banded sling swivel stud, quarter rib express rear sight with one fixed (with sighting line) and one folder (remains green), high 1-inch rings, three-position wing safety, AA-grade English walnut stock, rosewood forend tip, steel bottom metal and steel logo grip cap. The trigger feels to be tuned. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds with rings and length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and shiny. Both metal and wood are about 99 percent, with only light indications of handling. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Left hand custom Sako AV .270 Winchester, checkered bolt knob, Warne, dynamic wood, 98 percent

Left hand custom Sako AV .270 Winchester. Unsigned but very well executed, serial 632644 has been fitted with a custom 22-inch sporter barrel. The action is topped with Warne rings (dovetail tops remain untapped), has a wonderful tune on the trigger and the bolt knob is dressed up with five-panel checkering. Heavily figured, the stock wears borderless wrap-around 24 lines-per-inch checkering, forend tip, inletted sling swivel studs, elegant cheekpiece with shadow line and a steel grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds. Length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Bore needs a good scrub but clearly has seen little use. Metal finish is nearly 99 percent. Wood integrity is about 97 percent and wood finish about 98 percent, with only light indications of handling, use and storage present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Searcy PH .500 Nitro Express, ejectors, mechanical safety, engraved, case, 97 percent

Butch Searcy .500 Nitro Express double rifle. Built in South Dakota on a Searcy boxlock action, serial number BL-301 has 24-inch barrels with a ramp front sight, sling swivel stud, quarter rib with dovetail-mounted aperture (center threads out for low light), ejectors and mechanical safety. The quality of the wood is exceptional, with both splinter and butt showing strong, bold figure. Additional features include timed screws, steel grip cap, cheekpiece with shadow line and a Pachmayr recoil pad. ENGRAVING: Action, forend furniture, top lever, guard, tangs and grip cap showcase a well-executed delicate scroll to about 30 percent coverage. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.6 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.5 inches, drops are 1.5 and 3.5 inches, and cast off is approximately .375-inch. CONDITION: A veteran of but one safari, bores are pristine and the top lever closes well right. Ejectors, triggers and safety operate properly. Barrel blue is at least 95 percent, with scattered light marks and slight thinning. Action and forend metal finish is about 97 percent, with slight rubbing and tarnish (mostly on the forend release housing and top lever). Wood is at least 98 percent, with only light evidence of field use. INCLUSIONS: Takedown case (with loose internal stock strap), original rear express sight for the quarter rib dovetail and snap caps. The price is firm and layaway is available. $12,500 plus shipping.


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Springfield 1903 custom .338-06 Ackley Improved, engraved, 7.4 pounds, Warne, Dayton Traistar, spectacular walnut

Custom Springfield 1903 in .338-06 Ackley Improved. While serial 993208 is unsigned by both maker and engraver, it combines a fantastic walnut blank with many desirable custom features in a lightweight package. The 22-inch sporter barrel wears a banded and hooded front ramp with blade, an island-mounted and windage adjustable notched rear sight, Warne quick detaching mounts (1-inch rings), jeweled bolt body, extractor and follower, three-panel checkered custom bolt knob, custom shroud with three-position Model 70-type wing safety, custom bottom metal with inside-the-bow release, Dayton Traistar single stage trigger, skeleton grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. The stock has an intricate wrap-around checkering pattern of 26 lines-per-inch accented with fluers and ribbons. The cheekpiece is complimented by a shadow line that disappears perfectly into the grip. ENGRAVING: The floorplate features a kudu bust surrounded by a vines in a punch dot field, the pattern continuing over the guard and reappearing on the sling swivel studs, front sight band, rear sight base and grip cap screws. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. MARKINGS: “U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1903” rides the front ring, and “33” appears on the bottom of the wing safety. CONDITION: Bore is bright and strong. The single stage trigger breaks crisp. Rust blue is 99 percent, with only slight indications of handling. Wood integrity is about 99 percent, with very few minor impressions and rubs. Wood finish is at least 98 percent, with a very slight thinning on the left side at the action (likely from shipping). The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Westley Richards .450/400 3.25-inch double rifle, ejectors, side clips, bushed, refurbished by maker

Westley Richards .450/400 3.25-inch double rifle. Serial number T11045 has 26-inch barrels with ejectors, sling hook loop and a quarter rib with one fixed and four folding express leafs (marked 100/200/300/400/500). The boxlock action has sideclips, bushed strikers, double triggers and a mechanical safety. The butt wears a traditional pancake with modest shadow line. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.6 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.5 inches, drops are 1.35 and 1.75 inches, and cast off is approximately .375-inch. CONDITION (As completely refurbished by Westley Richards): Rifling is strong and sharp. Bore exhibits only a modest roughness and remains wonderfully viable. Barrels are tight on face. Ejectors, safety and triggers operate properly. Barrel blue is nearly 100 percent over softened markings. Front sight is loose in its dovetail. Quarter rib matting has softened. Action colors are vivid and nearly 100 percent. Action blue is also nearly 100 percent. Wood appears to be replaced during refurbish – certainly the butt – as the checkering slighty differs from the splinter. That said, both wood integrity and finish are 98 percent. The initial plate on the toe line remains blank. Top lever closes at center. INCLUSIONS: RCBS dies and three rounds of Kynoch 400-grain softs. The price is firm and layaway is available. $20,000 plus shipping.


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Westley Richards Gold Name droplock .500 Nitro Express, 1910, One Trigger, 11.6 pounds, tight, cased

Westley Richards .500 Nitro Express Gold Name droplock double rifle. Created in 1910 and refurbished by the maker, number 9022 features 26-inch barrels with a folding hood over the front sight (brass bead), sling attachment stud, rib-mounted express rear sight (one fixed and two folders, each with gold sighting lines and marked 100/200/300), ejectors, single select (mechanical) trigger and locking (automatic) tang safety. The forend is a modest beavertail and the butt has a full-length lower tang, trapdoor grip cap, traditional (pancake) cheekpiece with shadow line, plus both a vacant initial plate and sling attachment stud on the toe line. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 11.6 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.3 inches, drops are 1.4 and 1.9 inches, and cast off is approximately .65-inch. ENGRAVING: “WESTLEY RICHARDS.” appears in gold on the action sides, as does “SAFE” and “BOLTED” on upper tang and selector positions “L” and “R” beneath the guard. The rib (both top and bottom) is dressed with an attractive scroll at the ends, the pattern repeating on the extension, opening lever and screws. The locks are jeweled. CONDITION: The bore is bright, with scant evidence of roughness in the grooves. Rifling is strong. Barrels are full on face. Ejectors, trigger, safety and selector operate with authority. Folders stand solid when raised. Barrel blue is approximately 97 percent, with slight thinning over the chambers (from carry at the balance point) and occasional minor marks earned in the field. Rib marking shows a minor softening. Action colors are about 90 percent. Colors on the forend latch and upper tang are trace, with the balance of the forend furniture and trap door being strong. Blue on the opening lever, safety lock, safety and guard are about 95 percent, while the lock plate and lower tang are about 80 percent. Beavertail is at least 95 percent, with a modest chip at the front right just aft of the tip. The butt is cracked at the top tang (will stabilize on request) and appears to have a small stabilized hairline on the lower right side at the action. Metal along the toe line is slightly proud. CASE: A vintage leather takedown case with canvas and leather field cover is included. Worn proudly inside and out, it has a replacement maker’s label and oil bottle. Sling loops are also included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $45,000 plus shipping.


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Winchester Model 61 .22 Magnum, 348754A, seldom fired, 98 percent

Winchester Model 61 .22 Magnum (WMR) with grooved receiver. Serial number 348754A has a 24-inch round barrel. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: All original. Bore is strong. Metal finish is 98 percent, with a trace of thinning spots on the barrel. The receiver is also about 98 percent, with one light rub on the left side and a trace of freckling, mostly on the guard. Wood is 99 percent, with one scratch on the left side of the slide nose. Butt stock is very proud to the receiver and plate. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester 1894 .25-35 WCF carbine, 1928, no saddle ring, superb bore, nickel steel, shotgun butt plate

Winchester Model 1894 carbine .25.35 WCF. Made in 1928, serial 1059375 has a 20-inch round nickel steel barrel with full-length magazine tube and shotgun butt plate. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.0 inches. CONDITION: Bore is smooth with strong rifling. Barrel blue is 60 percent, with general thinning and a bit of browning on the magazine tube. A Marble front sight blade has been fitted and pinned into the original base (appears to be pinned only, rather than being permanently attached). The rear sight is missing. The action finish is about 20 percent, having generally silvered and browned. A Redfield receiver sight has been added. The forward screw on the upper tang does not appear to be original. Wood integrity is excellent. Wood condition and finish is about 60 percent overall, with a collection of impressions, scratches and thinning. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester Model 70 Jack O’Connor Tribute .270 Win., Featherweight, engraved, new and unfired in the box

Winchester Model 70 Jack O’Connor Tribute .270 Featherweight, new and unfired in the box with packaging that includes the tribute booklet. Serial number 35CZY09481 features include an outstanding AA “French” walnut stock with ebony forend tip, Biesen-pattern borderless checkering with fluers, jeweled bolt body, knurled bolt knob, Super Grade-type inletted sling swivel bases and cheekpiece. The rifle faithfully maintains a Featherweight barrel contour (22-inch hammer forged light sporter with target crown) yet both the bottom metal and grip cap are steel. It also has the full length (CRF / pre-64-type) claw extractor. ENGRAVING: The floorplate features the bust of a wonderful bighorn ram in a mountain scene, the bordering oval surrounded by a greenery pattern that continues over the grip cap. O’Connor’s signature rides over the guard in nickel. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. INCLUSIONS: Original box with correct end label, manual, hanging tag, barrel decal and other literature. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Winchester 1892 .32 WCF (.32-20) saddle ring carbine, elevator rear sight, 1924, 20-inch, shotgun butt, great bore

Winchester Model 1892 .32 WCF (.32-20) saddle ring carbine. Made in 1924, serial number 927698 has a 20-inch round barrel with full-length magazine, flip-up adjustable rear sight and a shotgun butt plate. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 12.75 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright, with only the slightest hint of roughness. Mechanical operation is sound. Barrel and magazine tube finish is about 50 percent, with general thinning and some browning. The magazine tube has a small impression (bottom, three inches from muzzle). Action has silvered to about 20 percent, with some browning and minor roughness. Forward tang screw is missing. Wood integrity is excellent. Overall wood finish condition is about 65 percent from generally-distributed scratches, impressions and finish wear. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .375 H&H Magnum Super Grade, 1955, restocked and restored to 98 percent overall condition

Winchester pre-64 Model 70 Super Grade .375 H&H Magnum. Made in 1955 and wonderfully restored, serial number 372143 features a 25-inch heavy sporter barrel with hooded ramp front sight and island rear sight with two folding leafs. The action has a jeweled bolt body, extractor and follower, and the floorplate is marked “Super Grade”. The stock features inletted sling swivels, cheekpiece and a Winchester recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.8 pounds and length of pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright and strong. As restored, metal finish is at least 95 percent, with thinning near the muzzle from cases and carry. As restocked, wood finish is 99 percent and wood integrity is 98 percent, with one small impression on the left side at the upper rear point of the forearm checkering and another near the left rear of the cheekpiece. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester Model 1876 Deluxe .50 Express (.50-95), engraved, ebony, shotgun butt plate, 26-inch round & matted, 1881, Cody letter

Winchester Model 1876 Deluxe .50 Express (.50-95) with Cody letter. Made in 1881, serial number 19556 features a 26-inch round barrel with beaded front sight, elevator rear sight, half magazine, color case action, pistol grip with ebony inlay, sling loops and a checkered shotgun butt plate with widow’s peak. The wood is exceptional, both forearm and butt shot through with a dynamic sunburst of dark grain graced with fine wrap-around bordered checkering. LETTER: Dated 7/19/99, the Cody letter list most features, then adds the comment “see order for balance”. ENGRAVING: Not referenced in the letter, what appears to be factory engraving highlights the forearm cap, sides and rear of the hammer, and sides and bottom of the lever. MARKINGS: A “P” and “123” appear on the underside of the barrel (under the forearm wood). Of note, there are no proof marks in this area to indicate the rifle was shipped to India or Africa. Also hidden, the front of the action has a mark best described as a “T” inside a “W”. “Winchester Repeating Arms New Haven CT” and “King’s-Improvement-Patented (and dates)” appear as two lines within the full-length matting on top of the barrel. “50” and “Cal.” appear on opposite sides of the matting at the base of the barrel. “Winchester Express” and “.50 Cal. 95 Grains” appear in two lines on the sliding dust cover, and “50-95” is engraved on the bottom of the carrier. “Model 1876” appears on the tang and the serial number is just below the lever lock. CONDITION: Engraving and markings are sharp. The bore is browning with a light scattering of roughness, but remains wonderfully viable. Barrel blue has thinned to about 40 percent, with some areas of surface roughness toward the muzzle. Action colors have browned to about 30 percent, yet the surface is absent any significant flaws. The lever locks up tight and the action operates with authority. Checkering shows minimal flattening and wood finish is both uniform and strong. Both stock and forearm have a scattering of small nicks and impressions. The stock as a small hairline of about .25-inch on the pistol grip between the tang and the grip’s ebony inlay. The butt plate is without issue. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. INCLUSIONS: Cody letter and photocopy of order book sheet. The price is firm and layaway is available. $27,500 plus shipping.


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Casull Arms CA 2000 .22 LR, 1.75-inch, folding trigger, one of approximately 900 made, numbered locking “book case”, booklet signed by Dick Casull

Casull Arms CA 2000 .22 LR. One of approximately 900 made, serial 000785 includes its original (numbered) locking “book case” with integral booklet signed by Dick Casull on 3/11/2005. Machined from stainless steel and wearing a satin finish, it features a 1.75-inch barrel, five-shot cylinder, folding trigger, internal hammer, external safety and Micarta grips. CONDITION: The revolver remains in at least 99 percent condition, with only slight evidence of handling and firing. The case and integral booklet are equally strong. INCLUSIONS: Locking “book case” numbered to the pistol (on the spine), signed Casull booklet and diary key. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 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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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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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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Browning BSS 20 gauge, 26-inch IC/M, 3-inch, ejectors, automatic safety, English stock, 1984

Browning BSS 20 gauge with 26-inch barrels and 3-inch chambers. Made in 1984, serial number 01604PW168 features a solid rib with single bead, ejectors, automatic safety, beavertail forend and an English stock. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds, length-of-pull is 14.2 inches, drops are 1.5 and 2.5 inches, and cast off is about .2-inch. CONDITION: Barrels are fully on face and the bores gleaming bright. The opening lever closes well to the right. Chokes are marked IC/M but measure closer to IC/IC. Overall finish condition is 98 percent on both metal and wood, with most evidence of use presenting itself as small impressions along the toe line. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Krieghoff Model 32 four-barrel skeet set, 12/20/28/.410, 28-inch, leather presentation case, aluminum travel case, 97 percent overall

Krieghoff Model 32 four-barrel skeet set. Serial number 10737 (imported by Victor Brandl, Miami) is inclusive of four properly-numbered barrels, a leather presentation case with canvas field cover and a heavy aluminum case for airline travel or shipping. Features include mechanical safety, ejectors and mechanical trigger with selector. BARRELS: All are 28 inches long, have raised double-bead ribs measuring .325-inch wide and are choked SK/SK. Chambers are 2.75 inches in the 12 gauge barrels and 3.0 inches in the others. DIMENSIONS: Weight (with 12 gauge barrels) is 8.6 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.25 inches, drops are 1.5 and 2.0 inches, and cast off is approximately .35-inch. CONDITION: All bores are bright good, absent impressions and on face. The opening lever camps far to the right. Ejectors, selector, safety and trigger seem to operate properly. The 12 gauge barrel finish, as well as that of the action, is 98 percent. The forend is about 97 percent, with scattering of modest impressions. The stock is finish is about 95 percent, with a few impressions and scratches, plus a faint crazing to surface finish at the tang. All other barrel sets are 99 percent. CASES: The leather presentation case is in exceptional condition inside and out, with a minor repair needed to the lining (small ares slight loose) and a spacer (loose). It appears this case was never used. Keys are included. The aluminum case is in good condition, the interior showing some wear and in need of a proper cleaning. The combination to the center lock is unknown. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Ruger Red Label 12 gauge, 28-inch, 3-inch, nice wood, 1989, slight cast on, 97 percent overall

Ruger Red Label 12 gauge. Made in 1989, serial 410-33115 has 28-inch separated barrels with a raised matted rib and double beads, 3-inch chambers, choke tubes (unmarked, appear to be SK/SK), ejectors, mechanical trigger and a mechanical safety with selector. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.2 pounds, length-of-pull is 14.1inches, drops are 1.3 and 2.0 inches, and cast on (even though consignor shoots right handed) is about .25-inch. CONDITION: Bores are strong and barrels are on face. Barrel blue is about 97 percent, with minor indications of thinning near the muzzle. The action is 99 percent. Wood has above average figure for a Red Label. Finish is nearly perfect and condition rates at least 95 percent as there are several small scratches and impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Webley & Scott Model 701 12 gauge, ejectors, 26-inch, 6.6 pounds. 14.6-inch LOP, 97 percent overall

Webley & Scott Model 701 12 gauge. A Birmingham gun, serial 137559 wears 26-inch barrels with a scalloped rib. Chokes are IC/F and chambers are 2.75-inches. Additional features include ejectors, mechanical safety, splinter forend and an English stock with checkered butt. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds, length-of-pull is 14.6 inches, drops are 1.5 and 2.25 inches. Cast is slight to the point of being insignificant. ENGRAVING: The action bears the maker’s name surrounded by medium scroll to about 75 percent coverage, the pattern extending over the forend furniture, lever, tangs and screws. CONDITION: The bores are mirror bright and barrels are full on face. Barrel blue is at least 98 percent and only slightly less on the balance. Colors are bright and 80 percent. Wood condition and is about 97 percent, with only a few minor field impressions. Markings and engraving remain sharp. Colors on the toe line oval (blank) are faded to about 40 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Webley & Scott Model 700 12 gauge, 26-inch IC/M, ejectors, 14.5 LOP, 6.2 pounds, 1975

Webley & Scott (Birmingham) Model 700 12 gauge with 26-inch barrels choked IC/M. Made in 1975, serial number 144179 features ejectors, automatic safety, swamped game rib with single (brass) bead, English stock, splinter forend and color case boxlock action. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds. Length of pull is 14.5 inches and drops are 1.5 and 2.15 inches. Cast off is slight, about .25 inch. CONDITION: Little fired. Bores are bright and shiny. Barrels are fully on face with opening lever camped to the right. Ejectors pop with authority. Barrel blue is at least 99 percent. Receiver colors are vivid, at least 95 percent with the loss confined to the edges. Blue on the guard and tang is about 90 percent. Wood integrity and finish is 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester Model 101 XTR Lightweight 12 gauge, 27-inch, three-inch, ejectors, tubes, 7.2 pounds

Winchester Model 101 XTR Lightweight 12 gauge. Serial K499161E sports 27-inch barrels threaded for choke tubes, a raised vent matted rib with double beads, three-inch chambers, ejectors, mechanical safety, mechanical trigger with barrel selector on tang safety, grooved and checkered forend, checkered pistol grip and a .5-inch recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.2 inches over the pad. Drops are 1.5 and 2.25 inches, and cast off is about .25 inch. CONDITION: Bores are bright and barrels are full on face. Lever closes dead center. Ejectors, trigger, selector and safety operate properly. Barrel blue is 98 percent. Action finish is about 97 percent, with slight handling wear showing. Guard has some thinning. Wood is about 97 percent, with only minor indications of handling and field use. Two small areas of chipping are visible on each end of the forend latch. INCLUSIONS: Two unbranded choke tubes (both SK) are pictured in the barrels. Three additional Carlson extended tubes (IC/M/F) are also included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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