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.
A-Square .425 Express, Remington 30 Express, laminated claro, banded, Timney, ammunition, 98 percent

A-Square custom .425 Express. Ordered from A-Square in the 1980s and based on a Remington Model 30 Express action, serial 20454 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (muzzle diameter .660-inch) wearing a banded and hooded front sight topped by a brass-beaded blade, banded sling swivel stud, detachable side mount with 1-inch rings and a Lyman aperture rear sight. The sight/mount configuration permits use of both sighting systems concurrently and a second barrel lug was added for additional strength. The original trigger has been replaced with a Timney. Magazine capacity is four rounds feeding from the follower. Stocked from a superb laminated claro walnut blank to substantial profile, appointments include a rosewood forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, inletted Howell-type sling swivel stud and a Pachmayr recoil pad. The stock is glassed at the action and lug. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Feeding and ejection are positive. Trigger pull is sharp. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 98 percent with trace handling impressions. AMMUNITION: Two boxes (40 rounds) of A-Square 400-grain ammo is included (20 rounds Monolithic Solids and 20 rounds Dead-Tough softs). Stated muzzle velocity is 2400 FPS. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Biesen custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight .270 Winchester Jack O’Connor tribute, completed in 2006, engraved, pristine

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. Donated to the Boone and Crockett Club by the raffle winner, it is presented through the Club’s Guns For Conservation Program.

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 fleurs and finished with an ebony forend tip. Additional features include a jeweled bolt body, extractor and follower, two-panel checkered bolt knob, recontoured and checkered bolt release and a 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 as well as finished, along with a pair of O’Connor’s 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. Proceeds benefit the Boone and Crockett Club.


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Biesen custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .338 Winchester Magnum, exceptional wood, Biesen integral brake, jeweled, contoured, trapdoor, 99 percent

Al Biesen custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .338 Winchester Magnum. Serial 69077 (circa 1947) features a 22-inch custom barrel (23 inches with Biesen’s integral brake), jeweled follower/extractor/bolt body, reshaped and checkered bolt release button, cloverleaf tang, contoured bottom metal, checkered floor plate release button and a tuned trigger. Capacity is four rounds (3+1) and the extractor has been modified to smoothly “snap over” hand-fed rounds. Buehler mounts (1-inch low rings) secure a viable period Redfield 2-7x scope with a straight crosshair reticle. WOOD: Stocked from a AAA blank with rioting full-length figure, formalities include an ebony forend tip, borderless 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering accented with Biesen’s signature fleurs, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel butt plate with trapdoor and widow’s peak, checkered steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Mechanics are snappy. Metal and wood finishes crowd 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,500 plus shipping.


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Al & Roger Biesen left hand custom .338 Winchester Magnum, three position wing safety, banded, outstanding execution, 98 percent

Al & Roger Biesen custom left hand Remington Model 700 .338 Winchester Magnum. Serial C6448884 is a highly refined Remington 700 LH barreled action. The 23-inch barrel (24 inches long including the integral brake) remains provisioned for open sights and wears a sling swivel stud. The action features polished rails, jeweled bolt body and follower, custom bolt shroud with three-position wing safety, custom steel bolt handle with four checkered teardrop panels, custom steel bottom metal with inside-the-guard release button and a wonderfully-tuned trigger. A Leupold VX-II 3-9×40 scope with Duplex reticle is secured in custom-contoured mounts. The stock is extraordinary. Beginning with a heavily-figured walnut blank no doubt selected as much for its strength, formalities include an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering with accenting fleurs, slight Monte Carlo comb, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap and an inletted sling swivel stud. All screws are timed. MARKINGS: “Al & Roger Biesen Gunmaker Spokane WN” is centered on the barrel. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds with the optic. Length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Metal finish (rust blue) exceeds 98 percent and wood finish/condition crowds 100 percent with but a single minor impression. The optic is clear. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Left hand Blaser R8 .338 Winchester Magnum, 24-inch, dark green, 98 percent

Left hand Blaser R8 .338 Winchester Magnum. Serial RR004728 features a 24-inch plain barrel (no provision for open sights) and a dark green synthetic stock with black gripping areas. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Barrel finish is approximately 98 percent with trace case rubbing. Bolt finish is 100 percent. Stock finish is 99 percent. INCLUSIONS: A factory takedown case (one lock broken) and an assembly wrench are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping. Proceeds benefit the Dallas Safari Club Foundation.


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Left hand Bolliger custom Dakota 76 .458 Winchester Magnum, Kehr engraving and finishes, express, drop box, AAA, Leupold, 95 percent

John Bolliger custom left hand Dakota 76 .458 Winchester Magnum. Serial 0034L has a 23-inch tapered heavy sporter barrel (.730-inch muzzle diameter, blade front sight with brass wedge, banded sling swivel stud, island rear sight with drift-adjustable express blade – remains green). Features include a jeweled bolt body and follower, three-position wing safety with hand-filed serrations and a drop box magazine (four plus one capacity, inside-the-bow release). STOCK: Crafted from an outstanding AAA-grade walnut blank with full-length figure and proper grain structure, highlights include an ebony forend tip with widow’s peak, 26 lines-per-inch borderless checkering fields accented with tapering ribbons and fleurs, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel grip cap, inletted sling swivel stud, timed screws and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. Finish is of course hand-rubbed oil. The action is glassed at the recoil lug as well as at a secondary lug dovetailed into the barrel below the rear sight. ENGRAVING & FINISHES: Roger Kehr attended to the intricate finish details beginning with a polished rust blue over the barrel. The action, sight bases, sling swivel studs and rings wear a contrasting French gray while the express sight blade, extractor, bolt release lever, bolt handle, shroud, safety, cocking piece, grip cap and trigger are dressed in polished blue. The action screws are further accented with nitre blue. Kehr also engraved and checkered the bolt knob (five teardrop panels bordered in gold) and added gold wire bands near the barrel shank and muzzle. MARKINGS: The maker’s legend “Bolliger – Kehr” appears on barrel right while “Dr. Peter Fenchak” shows on barrel left. OPTIC: A Leupold Vari-X III 1.5-5x with Duplex reticle is secured by Leupold mounts. DIMENSIONS: Weight (inclusive of optic) is 9.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.4 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics are crisp. Metal finish is approximately 95 percent with occasional tarnish traces in the French gray. Wood is approximately 97 percent. The optic is clear and exhibits strong lens coatings. No papers or history. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Left Hand Ed Brown 702 .416 Remington Magnum, ERA express, spiral fluted, improved extractor, three position, pristine bore, 95% metal finish

Ed Brown Model 702 left hand .416 Remington Magnum. Serial number 0341 was made in the early 2000s and features a 24-inch heavy sporter barrel (.730 muzzle diameter) with a hooded ramp front sight (silver-beaded blade), ERA adjustable (both windage and elevation) express rear sight, spiral-fluted bolt body with AR-15 type extractor, 3-position wing safety, recoil reducer imbedded in the buttstock, Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and Leupold bases. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.0 pounds and length of pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, bright and shiny. Metal finish is approximately 95 percent with a modest distribution of minor rubs and polishing on the bolt body. Stock finish is approximately 90 percent with most of the adjustment due to chipping (near the grip) as the result of an errant bolt during shipping. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Dakota 76 7mm Dakota, 25-inch, AA walnut, 7.4 pounds, 99 percent

Dakota Model 76 7mm Dakota. Serial 2041 features a 25-inch barrel, AA-grade walnut, 24 lines-per-inch panel checkering, steel grip cap, sling swivel studs and satin finishes. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 99 percent. No box, build sheet or papers are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Dakota Model 76 Safari .300 Dakota serial NRA-COL-M05, drop box magazine, express sights, barrel band, scalloped bases

Dakota Model 76 Safari .300 Dakota with special serial number “NRA-COL-M05”. Features include a ramped front sight with folding night bead, island express rear sight, barrel band sling swivel stud, drop box magazine for extra capacity, Dakota scalloped two-piece bases, ebony forend tip, wrap-around forearm checking, cheekpiece with shadow line and a 1-inch recoil pad. The NRA logo appears in gold on the steel pistol grip cap. Barrel is 22.5 inches long, length-of-pull is 13.6 inches and weight is 8.4 pounds. The bore is bright and shiny. Overall condition is about 99%, with only slight evidence of handling wear and minor areas of blotches showing on the rust blue. No box or papers. The price is firm and a layaway program is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Dakota 76 .300 Weatherby Magnum, checkered, skeleton, drop box, crossbolts, over 95 percent

Dakota Model 76 .300 Weatherby Magnum with several special order appointments. Serial 0029-1 has a 23-inch sporter barrel with banded sling swivel stud, three-panel teardrop checkered bolt knob and a drop box magazine with inside-the-bow release button. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock features rioting fiddleback and is highlighted with an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering, twin crossbolts with ebony caps, skeleton grip cap, scalloped cheekpiece with shadow line, initial oval on the toe line (engraved “WS”), inletted Howell-type sling swivel stud, Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and full-length glass bedding. DIMENSIONS: Weight (including Talley bases) is 7.8 pounds. Length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is exceptionally bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent, with trace indications of use and one small freckle just forward of the stud band. Wood is approximately 95 percent owing to rack impressions on either side of the action. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,500 plus shipping.


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Dakota 76 Safari .330 Dakota, banded, island express, drop box, AA-grade English, 99 percent

Dakota 76 Safari .330 Dakota. Serial 1885 has a 25.5-inch barrel (ramp front sight with brass-beaded blade and flip up moon bead, banded sling swivel stud, island express rear with sighting line left green, scalloped Talley bases, drop box magazine, AA-grade English walnut, ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, inletted sling swived stud and a black recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Metal and wood finishes are at least 99 percent. No box, build sheet or papers are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Left hand Empire Rifles Professional Grade .300 Winchester Magnum, 2009, integral mounts, claw, three-position, AA-grade English, test targets, over 95 percent

Left hand Empire Rifles Professional Grade .300 Winchester Magnum. Made in 2009, serial ES00278 has a 24-inch plain sporter barrel (.640-inch muzzle diameter) sans provisions for open sights. Features incluse a Mauser Model 98-type action (full-length claw extractor) with integral mounting system (steel 30mm medium rings are included), three-position wing safety, straight bolt handle with checkered knob and steel bottom metal with inside-the-bow release. Metal finish is matte and appears to Cerakote (or similar). Drawn from a AA-grade blank of English walnut with flaring figure, the stock is dressed with an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering accented with fleurs, scalloped traditional (pancake) cheek rest with shadow line, ebony grip cap, inletted sling swivel studs and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent. Wood finish/condition is approximately 95 percent overall. The ebony forend tip has three trace hairline cracks (none gapped) and the walnut has a scattering of minor rubs and impressions. ACCURACY: Three factory test targets are included, each showing three or four shots at 100 yards. Measuring center-to-center and discounting the fouling/zeroing rounds, results are .760-inch (three rounds Federal Premium 180-grain TSX), .969-inch (four rounds Nosler 180-grain Accubond) and 1.060-inches (three rounds Federal Premium 180-grain Nosler Accubond). INCLUSIONS: Factory letter from 2009 to the original purchaser, period catalogs and literature, along with what is believed to be the original aluminum hard case in which the rifle was received. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,000 plus shipping.


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Empire Rifles Professional .358 Winchester, double square bridge, claw extractor, three-position safety, Recknagel trigger, AAA-grade walnut, 95 percent

Empire Rifles Professional .358 Winchester. Serial ES00297 has a 22-inch tapering sporter barrel (.645-inch muzzle diameter), Mauser Model 98-type action (double square bridge profile dovetailed for mount attachment and channeled for the integral recoil shoulders of the 1-inch medium rings), full-length claw extractor for controlled round feeding and extraction, three-position safety, knurled bolt knob, steel bottom metal with an inside-the-bow release button, Recknagel trigger and what appears to be a Cerakote metal finish. WOOD: Crafted from a AAA-grade walnut blank, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, inletted oval sling swivel studs, Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and an oil finish. The action is glass bedded. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.0 inches (over the .5-inch pad). CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent. Wood is well over 90 percent with a modest distribution of field impressions. No box, papers, build sheet or history. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Left hand Empire Rifles .375 H&H Magnum, express, drop box (6+1), square bridge, Talley, 98 percent

Left hand Empire Rifles .375 H&H Magnum. Serial number DL2736 has a 23-inch heavy sporter barrel (.725 muzzle diameter) with dished crown, banded front sight with white fiber optic bead, banded sling swivel stud and an adjustable ERA island express rear sight. Important features include a double square bridge action machined for Talley rings (quick detaching 1-inch high rings are included), jeweled extractor/bolt body/follower, straight bolt handle, three position wing safety and a steel drop box magazine (6+1 capacity). The bolt closes (snaps over) rounds not fed from the magazine. Metal finish is satin rust blue. STOCK: With the generous profile of a dangerous game rifle, the stock is fashioned from a AA-grade blank of claro walnut with straight grain for strength. An ebony forend tip, 26 lines per inch wrap checkering, double cross bolts, open pistol grip with steel cap, scalloped traditional (pancake) cheek rest with shadow line, inletted sling swivel stud and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad dress things up. Finish is a satin hand-rubbed oil. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics operate properly. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent, with a few small scratches into the metal on the front sight band and on the underside of the barrel near the muzzle, plus one small rubbed area on the magazine box. The stock is at least 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $9,000 plus shipping.


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Evolution USA .300 WSM, Leupold, Talley, three-position safety, 8 pounds, 98 percent

Evolution USA .300 WSM. Based on a modified and reprofiled Remington Model 700 BDL action with serial G6579202, features include a 24-inch (25.5 inches with integral brake) light sporter barrel, custom cocking piece with three-position wing safety, jeweled bolt, Talley mounts (1-inch low rings) and a premium synthetic stock with textured camo finish, cheek rest and Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. OPTIC: A Leupold VX-III 4.5-14×40 scope with Boone and Crockett reticle, .25-MOA clicks and matte finish is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight (with optic) is 8.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Trigger pull is crisp. Metal finish is 98 percent. Stock finish is also 98 percent, with one small finish chip on on the “grip cap”. Optic is similar, clear with great lens coatings. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Goens custom .458 Winchester Magnum, Mauser 98, banded hardware, leather-covered recoil pad

Dale Goens custom .458 Winchester Magnum. Based on a Mark X Mauser 98 action built in Yugoslavia and stocked in AAA English walnut with dynamic grain, features include a banded front sight with button-release hood and flip up night bead, banded sling swivel stud, bedded action (to the recoil lug), custom bottom metal with push-button floorplate release and a leather-covered recoil pad. Accents include a rosewood forend tip and grip cap, exceptional checkering and a shadow line cheekpiece. The barrel is 23.5 inches long and topped by a quarter rib with one fixed and three folding regulated leafs. The length-of-pull is 13.75 inches and weight is 9.0 pounds. Both the rust blue metal finish and the stock remain in at least 99% condition, with only the slightest hint of handling wear. The forearm has a small filled flaw (not a crack) on right side just aft of the forend tip. Inside, the bore is pristine. From an estate, the history is unclear. That said and even though unsigned, the estate represented the maker as Dale Goens – quite likely accurate as it included several other rifles from the same maker. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000.


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Colonel Charles Askins’ Griffin & Howe left hand 8mm Remington Magnum, Remington 721B, Guise bolt and safety conversion

Colonel Charles Askins’ Griffin & Howe custom left hand 8mm Remington Magnum. Based on a Remington Model 721B action with a left hand bolt and safety conversion by Guise, G&H rifle number 2572 (serial number 346297) was gifted to the Unrepentant Sinner in 1982. Features include a 24-inch barrel, left hand bolt and safety conversion, five-panel checkered and engraved bolt knob, jeweled bolt body/follower/rails and a tuned trigger. The stock wears an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering, steel grip cap, cheek piece with shadow line and a steel butt plate with widow’s peak. Additional appointments include an engraved crossbolt, sling swivel studs and a Redfield base. PROVENANCE: A search of Griffin & Howe records indicates “…a note back on the datebook entry says: 1982 Converted to 8m/m Remington Magnum. Given Col. Charles Askins – American Rifleman. MARKINGS: “No. 2572 Griffin & Howe . Inc . New York . NY.” and “8 m/m Rem. Mag.” appear on the barrel. “By Guise” shows on the right rear of the action. CONDITION: The bore is bright with sharp rifling. The polished blue stands well above 90 percent, with scattered light scratches and tarnish on the sling swivel studs, grip cap and butt plate. Wood is about 85 percent overall, with a significant impression on the left side of the forearm, a chip at the point of the upper tang (repaired), slight chipping at the edge of the pistol grip cap and some light spotting in the finish (mostly along the toe line). The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 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, serial 49, quick release mounts, Swarovski, outstanding bore

Holland & Holland .240 Apex takedown. Based on a much-refined Mauser 98 action, serial number 49 is a spectacular example of why Holland & Holland is regarded among the world’s finest riflemakers. The sleek little rifle features a 23-inch light sporter barrel with partially-banded front sight and sling eye, banded rear sight with one standing (marked 50/200) and one folding (marked 350) leaf, single-lever detachable mounting system, modified bolt handle, conventional two-position safety, trapdoor grip cap and horn butt plate. The safety lever can only partially rise when the scope is in position (remaining “on safe” with some tension although not locked and still allows free bolt operation). MARKINGS: Serial number (49) appears on front ring and guard. “Holland & Holland, 98 New Bond St., London” centers on the barrel, “Holland’s .240 Bore APEX Regd. Super Express Rifle” as well as “Nitro Proved” shows at the shank. “SANS-NOM TACOMA WA” appears under the wood on the front ring. ENGRAVING: .240 APEX CAL.” tops the front scope ring and “No. 49” the rear scope ring, “SAFE” appears in gold and “49” graces the guard. Both the takedown, guard and butt plate screws are timed and enhanced with scroll. OPTIC: A new Swarovski Z3 3-9×36 with plex reticle is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight (scoped) is 8.4 pounds. Length of pull is 14.15 inches. CONDITION: The bore is extraordinary – mirror bright and nearly pristine. Metal finish appears to be original and stands at approximately 70%, although most of the bottom metal coverage has thinned and silvered. Wood finish has thinned, with possible additions of oil. Checkering is worn and flattened. The stock itself bears the impressions of many days afield, in particular on the right side just forward of the butt plate. The barreled action has been glassed its full length. The horn butt plate is flaking and has some chipping and the right butt shows a teardrop area of finish that likely refreshed over a small knot. The scope is essentially new. The price is firm and a layaway program is available. $16,500 plus shipping.


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Left hand H-S Precision Pro Series 2000 SPR .300 WSM, 26-inch, brake, three position, detachable magazine, Talley, 98 percent

Left hand H-S Precision Pro Series 2000 SPR .300 WSM. Made in 2006, serial 5862 has a 26-inch barrel (27.5 inches with removable muzzle brake, 1/10 twist), three-position safety, tuned trigger and a detachable magazine. The synthetic stock beds the action on an alumimum cradle and the barrel is free-floated over its full length. Additional features include an extra stud for bipod mounting and Talley mounts (30mm medium rings). No box, papers or thread protector cap are present. DIMENSIONS: Weight (inclusive of mounts) is 8.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.35 inches. CONDITION: The bore is outstanding, suggesting a small round count. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with minor rubs and some light chipping on the bolt knob. Stock finish is at least 98 percent and the foremost swivel stud is loose turns (threads not stripped) and should be properly bedded. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,650 plus shipping.


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Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine, 425514, great bore, 85 percent

Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine. Serial 425514 has an 18-inch barrel, rocker aperture rear sight and a folding stock with cast numbers/symbol on the butt plate. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 85 percent. Wood is very good, with one minor hairline (right side at the chamber). The stock articulates properly but the fit of the cover at rear of the receiver is gapped. STOCK MARKINGS: “RIA”, “EC” and the crossed cannons appear at left rear. “P” appears on grip left. All markings are tack sharp. INCLUSIONS: Attached sling (no markings), one 30-round magazines and three unmarked 15-round magazines (two in a canvas pouch). The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine, 9/43, 699555, great bore

Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine. Wearing a barrel date of 9/43, serial 699555 has an 18-inch barrel, rocker aperture rear sight and a folding stock (with cast numbers/symbol on the butt plate). CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 85 percent. Wood is solid and approximately 70 percent. The stock articulates properly. INCLUSIONS: Attached sling (no markings), one 30-round magazines with scratched name and three unmarked 15-round magazines (two in a canvas pouch. MARKINGS: Stock is marked “RIA” and “EB” on left, “43” on right and “P” on grip. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine, 8/43, 310072, holster, 15 magazines, 70 percent

Inland Manufacturing M1A1 Paratrooper .30 Carbine. Wearing a barrel date of 8/43, serial 310072 has an 18-inch barrel, rocker aperture rear sight and folding stock (with cast numbers/symbol on the butt plate). CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright with a scattering of minor pits near the muzzle. Metal finish has browned and thinned to approximately 70 percent. Wood is solid and approximately 70 percent as well. The stock articulates properly. INCLUSIONS: Attached sling (no markings), canvas holster (marked “Alltex Products Inc., 1943”), four unmarked 30-round magazines in canvas pouch and 11 unmarked 15-round magazines. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Jeffery 8×57, full stock, Mauser 98, banded, three-position, exceptional Turkish, horn, leather, 6.6 pounds, fair bore, restored

W.J. Jeffery & Co. (London) 8×57 full stock sporter. Based on a much-refined Mauser Model 98 action, serial 3333 wears a 20-inch light sporter barrel (.630-inch muzzle diameter) with a banded front sight assembly (checkered ramp, brass-beaded blade), banded forestock attachment with sling loop and a banded rear sight (drift-adjustable for windage, one fixed leaf along with one folder). The untapped action features a scalloped bolt handle with underside serrations and a three-position flag safety (180-degree rotation). Stocked from a blank of exhibition Turkish walnut with a staggering riot of full-length figure, appointments include a horn forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering with mullered borders (full on the forestock and partial over the grip), flaring comb point, scalloped cheek rest, Leonard Brownell steel grip cap, sling loop on the toe line, leather-wrapped recoil pad and oil finish. The action rests both fore and aft on pillars. MARKINGS: The Jeffery 60 Queen Victoria Street address rides the barrel’s curve. Caliber and proof marks show on the right shank. Both “3760011” and “463373” appear on the right front ring. “4633” shows stamped into the wood (barrel channel). HISTORY: Unknown. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.0 inches. CONDITION: The bore shows uniform light roughness and slight softening of the rifling, yet appears wholly viable. Mechanics are positive and act entirely proper in dry operation. At some point the subject of a careful finish restoration, rust blue stands at over 95 percent with tack-sharp markings. Wood is similar, with refreshed checkering. A trio of small scratches, addressed hairlines or a combination of same appear on the right butt just below the heal. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Jeffery .375 H&H Magnum, London circa 2010, engraved, Turkish, collared, banded, express, EAW, cased, 98 percent

W.J. Jeffery (London) .375 H&H Magnum. Based on a refined Mauser 98 action and completed circa 2010, serial 39834 is a wonderfully presented and well-appointed inclusion that would stand tall within even the finest African battery. The 25-inch medium sporter barrel (.625 muzzle diameter) is fitted with a collared front sight assembly (knurled hood, stippled ramp, serrated deck, brass-beaded blade), banded sling swivel stud and a collared island rear sight assembly (stippled ramps, filed deck, one standing express leaf and two folders engraved 1/2/3 then finished with filed faces to void reflection and gold sighting lines for quick and positive acquisition). The action is topped with EAW quick-release mounts (30mm medium) and modified with a straight bolt handle, custom shroud with three-position wing safety, reprofiled (flattened) bolt release with niter blue accent, custom bottom metal with rolled guard and a Timney trigger. STOCK: Shaped from an extraordinary blank of Turkish walnut, highlights include wrap checkering with partial mullered border, crossbolt, open pistol grip, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap (color case), sling swivel stud and a hand-rubbed oil finish. A “hard heel” pad reduces the likelihood of hanging up when bringing to shoulder. The action beds on aluminum pillars. ENGRAVING: The bottom metal is engraved to approximately 90 percent coverage with a bordered leafy vine design surrounding the caliber in gold, the pattern reappearing on the grip cap and crossbolt. “S” and an arrow appear in gold on the right side of the shroud. “W J Jeffery & Co London England” rides the crest of the barrel. “Cal 375 H&H” and “Made In England” show on the right side of the receiver rings. Proof, caliber and “10” have been added to the right rear barrel. The importer’s mark (BSA Milbrook NY) shows on the underside of the barrel ahead of the forearm. The caliber is engraved over the curve of the front ring while both maker and serial appear on the rear ring. Initials “TDH” are on the toe line plate.  The serial is also stamped in the barrel channel. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent owing to small areas of trace thinning. Wood is at least 99 percent. INCLUSIONS: A faux crocodile leather makers case with brass corners houses a fine leather sling, paired ebony turnscrews, maker’s oiler, cleanng rod and attachments, makers label and charge information. The price is firm and layaway is available. $22,500 plus shipping.


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Jeffery .500 Jeffery, London, Mauser single square bridge, drop box, banded, quarter rib, wing safety, niter accents, unfired

W.J. Jeffery (London) .500 Jeffery. Serial 40637 is an extraordinary dangerous game rifle that stands as testament to the storied maker’s visceral understanding of its intended purpose. The tapering 23-inch heavy barrel (.750 muzzle diameter) wears a banded front sight with forward-folding hood, stippled tapering ramp, serrated flat, brass-beaded blade and a pop-up moon bead. Tipping the hat to recoil, a banded sling swivel stud is seamlessly integrated a respectful distance from the forearm’s tip. A tapering stippled quarter rib secures three drift-adjustable express blades in a serrated flat (one fixed and two folders, optimistically engraved 50/100/200), each with a filed face to void glare and a gold sighting line for quick, positive alignment. The massive Mauser single square bridge magnum action features a three-position wing safety, long backswept bolt handle, checkered bolt knob (two bordered opposing panels) and a drop box magazine the size of a horse trough. Even the Recknagel trigger has a serrated face – for sweaty hands are the rule when a hunter closes with the grand old bull of his dreams. Primary metal finish is, of course, polished rust blue while the follower, extractor and bolt release spring flare with niter. In elegant contrast the shroud, crossbolt, floor plate, ERA trap door grip cap and inletted sling swivel stud are color case.  STOCK: Shaped to perfection from a stunning exhibition grade English walnut blank, formalities include 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering with partial mullered borders and a single accenting diamond on the forearm belly, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line and a leather-wrapped recoil pad. The trap door holds a replacement double-bead front sight blade with niter base and the butt cradles a mercury cylinder to dampen the rifle’s most sincere recoil. For additional integrity, the action beds down on metal pillars. MARKINGS: “W.J. Jeffery & Co. London England” is centered on the barrel. “Cal .500 Jeffery” dominates the front ring. “NP .500 07” shows just under the rib on barrel right. The safety “S” with arrow, serial on the guard and caliber on the trap door are each engraved in gold. Both barrel and action are serialed below the wood line and the stock is serialed in the channel. Initials “TDH” appear on the toe line shield. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 11.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 15.0 inches. HISTORY: Unknown. CONDITION: Never afield, condition crowds 100 percent with only trace indications of handling. No accessories are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $40,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Classic .17 Improved Hornet, unusual markings and features, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Classic .17 Improved Hornet. Serial KH75 has a 22-inch barrel with an unusual (for Kimber) tapering crown, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety.The A-grade claro walnut stock is finished with panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers are present. MARKINGS: The receiver has the usual factory markings (tack sharp under the original finish). Other than “17 IMP. HORNET” the barrel is unmarked both above and below the wood line. BACKGROUND: The consignor acquired this rifle some time ago. It was presented to him as a factory prototype without box or documentation. CAUTION: It is advisable to have the chamber cast prior to firing to determine exact chambering. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with a few small scratches along the barrel. Wood is at least 97 percent with three small impressions just right of the tang. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,250 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Classic .17 K-Hornet, dovetailed, box, great bore, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Classic .17 K-Hornet. Serial 17KH22 has a 22-inch tapering barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The claro walnut stock is finished with panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. The original box (serialed) with instructions and marketing card is present. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 98 percent with one minor impression at the disc. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,250 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet, AA claro, ebony, great bore, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet. Serial 17KH68 has a 22-inch tapering barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock is dressed with an ebony forend tip, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 97 percent, with two lines of slightly raised finish on the left side of the ebony and several minor impressions over the grip and butt. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet, dovetailed, AA claro, ebony, great bore, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet. Serial 17KHCC12 has a 22-inch tapering barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace suggestions of handling and rubbing on the magazine base plate.  Wood is also approximately 98 percent, with three minor impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet, open sights, dovetailed, ebony, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .17 K-Hornet. Serial 17KH94 has a 22-inch tapering barrel with open sights (Lyman white-beaded blade front, island rear with folding adjustable leaf), dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The claro walnut stock is appointed with an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 98 percent with a tiny chip at the heel. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .17 K-Hornet, quarter rib, dovetailed, exceptional claro, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .17 K-Hornet. Serial SA17KH24 has a 22-inch tapered sporter barrel with a ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade), quarter rib-mounted rear sight  (one adjustable folding leaf), dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock has dark, sinister figure and is finished with an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with a few scattered freckles over the barrel. Wood is also approximately 97 percent with trace impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .17 Ackley Hornet, dovetailed, AA-grade claro, ebony, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .17 Ackley Hornet. Marked .17AH-9 on the barrel and serialed H1909, this little Kimber is chambered in an exceptionally rare caliber. Features include a 22-inch barrel (no provisions for sight attachment), dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle, disc safety, detachable magazine and a polished blue finish. Fashioned from AA-grade claro walnut, the stock is accented with an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, sling swivel studs and a satin finish. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. INCLUSIONS: None. No box, literature or papers are present. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics operate properly (dry). Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace suggestions of handling and a few tiny spots of minor discoloration at the forend tip. Wood is approximately 97 percent with a Scotch scattering of minor impressions on the butt (most near the sling swivel stud). The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .17 Remington, outstanding wood, quarter rib, checkered knob, skeleton, wood box, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .17 Remington. Serial SA17R215 has a 22-inch barrel with a ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade) and a quarter rib (scalloped face, one fixed and one folding express leafs). Features include a checkered bolt knob (two bordered teardrops) and a disc safety. WOOD: Stocked from a AAA-grade claro blank with strong primary and secondary grain structure, appointments include 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, skeleton grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. A portion of the crown is unpolished (the area contacting the rifling is properly finished). Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with some faint thinning over the receiver and a hint of plum on the skeleton. Wood is approximately 97 percent. INCLUSIONS: A factory pine box and logo slip is included. The box does not have an end label. Papers are absent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Cascade .22 LR consecutive pair, 1986, boxed, papers, targets, likely unfired

Consecutive pair Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Cascade .22 LR rifles. Made in 1986, serials 52748B and 52749B originate from a short run of rilfes produced for Cabelas. Each has a polished blue finish, 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver and a five-round magazine. Cascade stocks are shaped from select claro walnut and appointed with an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, raised cheek rest, skeleton grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, inletted sling swivel studs and a satin finish. DIMENSIONS: Weights are 6.6 pounds and lengths-of-pull are 13.7 inches. CONDITION: Bores are strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes exceed 99 percent. INCLUSIONS: Each rifle is supported by its original box with correct end label (foam insert for 52748B has a broken end), test target, instructions flyer and warranty card. The price is firm and layaway is available. $8,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Cub .22 LR, 1985, box, target, over 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Cub .22 LR. Made in 1985, serial CUB 44 features an 18.5-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle, two-position disc safety, five-round magazine and an A-grade claro walnut stock (uncheckered, no sling swivel studs, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. INCLUSIONS: The original factory box with correct end label, instruction manual, marketing questionaire and serialed test target (dated 11/11/85) are present. CONDITION: Thought to be unfired since factory accuracy confirmation, condition exceeds 99 percent with only trace suggestions of handling. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Cub .22 LR, special order, AA-grade claro, checkered, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Cub .22 LR. Likely a special order, serial number CUP92081 features an 18.5-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle, two-position disc safety, five-round magazine, AA-grade claro walnut stock (panel checkering, checkered butt plate, no sling swivel studs). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. No box, papers, target or additional accessories are present. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal and wood finished are approximately 98 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR, AA claro, ebony, over 95 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR. Serial 50120 has a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and disc safety. Stocked from a AA-grade claro blank with strong figure, highlights include an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with one small rub on the underside of the barrel (near muzzle) and several on the guard. Wood finish is also well over 95 percent with a modest scattering of small impressions and trace finish lifting at the butt plate. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR, AA claro, ebony, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR. Serial 51145 has a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and disc safety. Stocked from a AA-grade claro blank, highlights include an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 97 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR, claro, dovetailed, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 LR. Serial 8943 features a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a two-position disc safety. The A-grade claro walnut stock has panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics appear solid. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 99 percent. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .22 LR, AAA claro, quarter rib, box, 90 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .22 LR. Serial SA524 has a 22-inch barrel (ramp front sight, quarter rib with folding rear sight and dovetail) rear base, straight bolt handle, disc safety, AAA-grade claro, forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. The original box is present. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 90 percent with a few tiny scratches and spots of freckling on the barrel, suggestions of thinning on the receiver, scratches on the bottom metal and freckles on the cap. Wood is approximately 95 percent, with a few minor inpressions and hints of finish thinning. No target or literature. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 S-Series .22 LR, AAA claro, ebony, wrap, scalloped, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 LR. Serial S241-500 features a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a two-position disc safety. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock has an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, traditional (round) scalloped cheek rest, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics appear solid. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent. BOX: The original box with serial written on end, manual and marketing questionnaire card are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 LR, AAA claro, ebony, dovetailed, scalloped cheek rest, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 LR. Serial S241-500 features a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a two-position disc safety. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock has an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, traditional (round) scalloped cheek rest, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Mechanics appear solid. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent. BOX: The original box with serial written on end, manual and marketing questionnaire card are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82B Brownell .22 LR, AAA claro, flat bolt handle, banded, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82B Brownell .22 LR. Made in 1986, serial number LB176-500 has a 19.75-inch tapered sporter barrel with banded front sight (fluted pedestal, sculpted ramp, brass-beaded blade), island rear sight (sculpted base, fixed express blade plus folder), Kimber bases, flat bolt handle (checkered underside), AAA-grade claro walnut with rich crossing grain, full stock with end cap, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap, inletted sling swivel studs and timed screws. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Both metal and wood are approximately 99 percent with but trace suggestions of handling. No box, target or literature. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon matched pair serial number 4 Laminated Super Continentals in .22 LR and .223 Remington, both new and unfired in box

Kimber of Oregon matched pair of Laminated Super Continental (full stock) rifles in .22 LR. and .223 Remington. Originating from the famed Earl Kelly collection of serial number 4 rifles (others also listed), serials LSM04 (.22 LR, Model 82) and LSM04 (.223 Remington, Model 84) are thought to be one of only three such pairs ever created. Features include 20-inch barrels with banded front sight assemblies topped by brass-beaded blades, scalloped rear sight bases topped with express blades (one fixed and one folding leaf each, the folders remaining green), Kimber bases and flat bolt handles with checkered undersides. The sleek full-length brown laminate stocks wear bordered wrap checkering, scalloped and beaded “Continental” cheek rests, Howell-type inletted sling swivel studs, steel grip caps and checkered steel Neidner butt plates – each with a widow’s peak. Some of these features are thought to be unique among the three pairs. DIMENSIONS: Weights are each approximately 6.9 pounds and lengths-of pull are 13.4 inches. CONDITIONS: New and unfired since factory proof. INCLUSIONS: The original Kimber boxes are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 Magnum, SM75, ebony, cheek rest, AA-grade claro, front sight, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .22 Magnum. Serial SM75 is an early rifle with a 22-inch barrel (front sight present, no provisions for rear sight attachment). Features include a dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle, rocker (disc) safety, AA-grade claro walnut, ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 97 percent with a few modest impressions. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .22 Hornet, dovetailed, AA claro, ebony, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .22 Hornet. Serial H2130 has a 22-inch tapered sporter barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock has broad figure and is finished with an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.60 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright with trace fixture markings on the lands near the muzzle. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with a small area of freckling just forward of the ebony. Wood is also approximately 97 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Continental .22 Hornet, serial 4, express sights, AA-grade claro, new in box

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Continental .22 Hornet. Originating from the famed Earl Kelly collection of serial number 4 rifles (others also listed), serial CH4 has a 19-inch barrel fronted by a banded and scalloped front sight assembly backed by a scalloped island rear sight assembly with express leafs (one fixed and one folder, the folder left green). Additional features include a dovetailed receiver, disc safety and a detachable magazine. The full stock is fashioned from AA-grade claro walnut and dressed with partially-bordered checkering panels, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate and Howell-type inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: New and unfired. The original box with correct end label is present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 S-Series .22 Hornet, AAA claro, ebony, scalloped, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 Hornet. Serial HS213 has a 22-inch barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle, disc safety, AAA-grade claro walnut, ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. The original box is present. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent. No target or literature. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 S-Series .22 Hornet, exceptional AAA claro, ebony, wrap, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 Hornet. Serial HS188 has a 22-inch tapered sporter barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock has extraordinary figure and is finished with an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is 99 percent. Wood finish is approximately 98 percent with trace impressions and slight finish rippling over the knots in the butt (apparent to touch). The box is in fair condition. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 Hornet, AA claro, ebony, wrap, scalloped, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series .22 Hornet. Serial HS108 has a 22-inch tapered sporter barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock is finished with an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label, foam interior, correct instruction flyer, warranty card and plastic document slip is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is at least 98 percent. Wood finish is approximately 98 percent with several small finish impressions or flecks – the most noticeable at the tang. The box is in very good condition. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .22 Hornet, quarter rib, dovetailed, strong AAA claro, 95 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 SuperAmerica .22 Hornet. Serial SAH103 has a 22-inch tapered sporter barrel with a ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade), quarter rib-mounted rear sight  (one adjustable folding leaf), dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. The AAA-grade claro walnut stock has exceptional figure and is finished with an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 95 percent with a small area of freckling near the muzzle, another just forward of the forend tip and general thinning over the receiver. Wood is also approximately 95 percent with the odd instance of crazing, bolt insertion dings around the tang and slight uneveness at near the tip of the peak. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 82 Custom Classic .22 K-Hornet, superb wood, ebony, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .22 K-Hornet. Likely a factory display rifle (given exceptional wood quality and per the added sticker on the end label), serial KH49 has a 22-inch tapering barrel, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and a disc safety. In addition to strong figure, the stock has an ebony forend tip, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent and wood finish is approximately 99 percent. The original box with correct end label is present and in good condition. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 S-Series double prototype .22 K-Hornet, Hart, AA-grade claro, Neidner, box, provenance

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 double prototype .22 K Hornet. Originating from the famed Earl Kelly serial number four collection (others also listed), serial H4 is the only surviving .22 Hornet prototype (the other three were disassembled) and was repurposed at the factory to become the first .22 K-Hornet prototype. Features include a 22-inch match grade stainless steel Hart barrel (1/14 twist), dovetailed receiver and rocker safety. The S-Series stock is shaped from AA-grade claro walnut and appointed with an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, checked steel Neidner butt plate with widow’s peak and a steel grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are approximately 98 percent. INCLUSION: The original box with end writing for both calibers is present. PROVENANCE: An included factory letter signed by Greg Warne attests to the information presented above. RELATED RIFLES: Several serial number 4 Kimber of Oregon rifles from Kel’s collection are offered separately. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .218 Bee, single shot, dovetailed, ebony, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 .218 Bee. Wearing the barrel marking of “218 Mash Bee”, serial MB50 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (.650 muzzle diameter), single shot action, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and disc safety. The claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .218 Bee, single shot, 24-inch heavy sporter, AA claro, ebony, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .218 Bee. Wearing the barrel marking of “218 Bee”, serial B9022 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (.650 muzzle diameter), single shot action, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright with trace indications of tooling or fixture mark near the muzzle. Metal and wood finishes are approximately 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .218 Bee, AA claro, ebony, unusual caliber marking, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .218 Bee. Wearing the unusual barrel marking of “218 Bee Mash”, serial MB12 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (.650 muzzle diameter), single shot action, dovetailed receiver, straight bolt handle and disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 98 percent with a few tiny impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Custom Classic .221 Fireball, 24 LPI, inletted, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon 84 Custom Classic .221 Remington Fireball. Serial FB361 has a 22-inch plain barrel, disc safety, Kimber bases, claro walnut, ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are approximately 98 percent. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .221 Fireball, checkered knob, skeleton, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .221 Remington Fireball. Serial SAFB109 has a 22-inch plain barrel, disc safety, checkered bolt knob (two bordered teardrops) and Kimber bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, formalities include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, skeleton grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with light thinning over the receiver. Wood is at least 98 percent. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .221 Fireball, skeleton, AAA claro, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon 84 SuperAmerica .221 Remington Fireball. Serial SAFB249 has a 22-inch plain barrel, disc safety and Kimber bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, formalities include 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, skeleton grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,250 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Varmint .222 Remington, AA claro, ebony, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Varmint .222 Remington. Serial TD241 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (.645-inch muzzle diameter), round receiver and disc safety. WOOD: The AA-grade claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label, manual and warranty card is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace spot thinning on the receiver. Wood is approximately 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .222 Remington, three-position, AAA claro, inletted studs, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .222 Remington. Serial SATD160B has a 22-inch light sporter barrel, three-position safety and Kimber bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and inletted sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 97 percent with modest suggestions of handling. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Continental .222 Remington, 19.5-inch, sights, three-position, 6.2 pounds, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Continental .222 Remington. Serial TD232B has a 19.5-inch barrel with banded front sight (sculpted ramp, scalloped pedestal, brass-beaded blade), island rear sight (sculpted base, fixed express blade plus folder), Kimber bases, three-position safety, claro walnut, steel forearm cap, panel checkering (partial double border), checkered steel butt plate, steel grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with some thinning on the grip cap. Wood finish is also approximately 97 percent with one darker area of finish on the right butt just behind the grip. No box, target or literature. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,250 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 S-Series .223 Remington, 1985, sights, AAA claro, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 S-Series .223 Remington. Shipped from the factory during the first days of 1985, serial S2327-300 has a 22-inch sporter barrel, ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade), island rear sight (one fixed and one folding express blades), round receiver and a disc safety. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label, instructions and marketing card is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with no indication a scope was ever mounted and a small area of trace thinning at the muzzle (likely a packaging rub). Wood is approximately 98 percent, the adjustment due to light finish crazing on the ebony. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,250 plus shipping.


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Jim Carmichel’s Kimber of Oregon Model 84 .223 Remington, serial 13, provenance, dovetailed receiver, rosewood, AA claro, 85 percent

Jim Carmichel’s serial number 13 Kimber of Oregon Model 84 .223 Remington. Made in 1996 and presented to famed gunwriter and Kimber mentor Jim Carmichel by company owners Jack and Greg Warne, this special rifle has a 22-inch sporter barrel and dovetailed receiver. Stocked in select AA-grade claro walnut, appointments include a rosewood forend tip, wrap checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peack and a steel grip cap. PROVENANCE: A letter from Carmichel supports the presentation history and notes this was one of several Kimbers in his collection bearing this serial. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore has moderate roughness attesting to its pedigree. Trigger pull is spectacular. Metal finish is approximately 85 percent with a few freckles. Wood is at least 95 percent. ACCURACY: The included factory test target shows a five-shot, 50-yard group of .180-inch. The original manual is present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Grade .223 Remington, AAA claro, ebony, Conetrol, box, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Grade .223 Remington. Serial SA955 has a 22-inch sporter barrel,disc safety and Conetrol bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, features include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, bottom metal pedestal, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and inletted sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright with a few light fixture marks near the muzzle. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 84 Super Continental .223 Rem., outstanding claro, 6.0 pounds, pristine bore, over 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Continental .223 Remington. Serial 5046SC is an outstanding rifle in every respect. Features include a 19-inch barrel (banded front sight base with fluted shoulders and a brass-beaded blade), island rear sight (contoured base, fixed and folding express blades – both green), disc safety, contoured bolt handle (checkered), Kimber bases, full stock (AAA-grade claro, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering with partial borders, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.4 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal finish is new. Wood is at least 99 percent with one small impression at the floorplate release button and trace indications of handling. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon 84 SuperAmerica .223 Rem., checkered bolt knob, AAA claro, box, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Remington. Serial SA284 has a 22-inch sporter barrel, round receiver, disc safety, checkered bolt knob and Kimber bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut with broad grain, additions include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and inletted sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label and instructions pamphlet is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood and metal finishes are each approximately 97 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica 223 Rem., quarter rib with folder, AAA claro, box, 95 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Remington. Serial SA734 has a 22-inch sporter barrel with a ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade) and a quarter rib (scalloped face, folding/adjustable rear sight blade). Features include a round reciever with Kimber bases and a disc safety. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, betterments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 95 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,250 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Remington, three-position, inletted studs, AAA claro, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Remington. Serial SA322B has a 22-inch sporter barrel, three-position safety and Kimber bases. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and inletted sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with a few minor silver spots on the barrel near the forend tip and a light plum over the grip cap. Wood is also approximately 97 percent with some microimpressions on the toe line and trace finish lifting at the peak. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Custom Match .223 Remington, outstanding English walnut, rust blued, 99 percent, box

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Custom Match .223 Remington. Serial R78 OF 200 features a rust blue finish, 22-inch barrel, jeweled bolt body, checkered disc safety, checkered bolt release and Kimber bases. The stock is crafted from an exceptional blank of AAA-grade English walnut with satin finish, ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, inletted sling swivel studs, steel grip cap and a checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: Believed unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal and wood finishes exceed 99 percent with trace indications of handling and one insignificant impression hear the peak point. INCLUSIONS: The original Kimber box with writing on end label and instructions are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Rem., quarter rib, dovetailed receiver, bottom metal pedestal, box, 95 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica .223 Remington. Serial SA243 has a 22-inch sporter barrel with ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade) and quarter rib (scalloped face, folding/adjustable rear sight blade). Features include a dovetailed reciever and a disc safety. WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, dressings include a forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest, bottom metal pedestal, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. The original box with correct end label is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent. Wood is approximately 95 percent, with a light vertical scratch below the bolt release, trace impressions and a small area of uneven finish at the guard. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 .223 Rem. serial number 3, dovetailed, ebony, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 .223 Remington serial number 3. Features of this very special rifle include a 22-inch sporter barrel, dovetailed receiver, backswept bolt handle, rocker (disc) safety, claro walnut stock, ebony forend tip, panel checkering, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak and sling swivel studs. Metal wears a polished blue finish, the stock satin. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 5.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.85 inches. CONDITION: The bore appears new. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent with a portion of the bottom metal showing a uniform plum. Wood is approximately 99 percent as well. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica Tenth Anniversary .223 Remington special edition, 1 of 100, select English, ebony, Neidner, new in box

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica Tenth Anniversary special edition 223 Remington. One of an edition of 100 rifles, serial 83 of 100 features a 22-inch light sporter barrel with a hooded front ramp sight with white beaded blade, quarter rib with adjustable folding blade, Kimber bases, rocker safety and steel bottom metal. Stocked from a blank of select English walnut, accents include an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, Neidner checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, Howell-type inletted sling swived studs and timed screws. MARKINGS: Bracketing the rear sight blade, a “10” and a star appear in gold. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: New and unfired since factory proof. INCLUSIONS: The original box with correct end label (loose) and instructions are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Varmint 6x45mm, Colton, 24-inch heavy, AAA claro, bottom metal pedestal, inletted, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Varmint 6×45. Marked Colton, serial SV2784 has a 24-inch heavy sporter barrel (.655-inch muzzle diameter), round receiver and a disc safety. WOOD: Stocked from a AAA-grade claro blank, features include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, large forend with flat bottom, bottom metal pedestal, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, inletted sling swivel studs and timed screws. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.7 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal and wood finishes are approximately 98 percent. The factory recoil pad has hardened and spread slightly at both heel and toe. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica 6×47, quarter rib, skeleton, AAA claro, ebony, 97 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 SuperAmerica 6×47. Serial SA647-158 has a 22-inch sporter barrel with ramp front sight (Lyman white-beaded blade) and a quarter rib (scalloped nose and two express leafs – one fixed and one folder). Features include a round top receiver and a checkered bolt knob (two bordered teardrops). WOOD: Stocked in AAA-grade claro, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, skeleton grip cap and inletted sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace thinning on the receiver. Wood is approximately 97 percent with a small area of finish lift at the peak. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Grade 6×47, scalloped, checkered, AAA claro, ebony, inletted, 98 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 84 Super Grade 6×47. Serial SA647-221B has a 22-inch barrel, three-position safety, checkered bolt knob and Kimber bases. Stocked in AAA-grade claro walnut, features include an ebony forend tip, 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, skeleton grip cap, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line and inletted sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 5.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is 99 percent. Wood finish is approximately 98 percent, the adjustment from slight lifting of grain filler under the finish on left butt at the peak. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 .257 Kimber, gunwriter provenance, dies, magazine article, box, 95 percent

Outstanding Kimber of Oregon Model 84 prototype .257 Kimber. Made circa 1985, serial number 257KX3 (Kimber Experimental Number 3) was originally field-tested by cartridge developer Mike Hill. It then passed to gunwriter Layne Simpson who owned it for some time. Simpson wrote a feature article detailing load development and ballistic performance (published in the May/June 1987 edition of Handloader Magazine) based on his most favorable experiences. Features include a 22-inch (1/10 twist) barrel, Model 84 action (repeater) and a claro walnut stock (panel checkering, steel grip cap, checkered steel butt plate, sling swivel studs). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: The bore is bright with but a hint of roughness (possibly from machining). Mechanics are solid. Metal and wood finishes each exceed 95 percent. INCLUSIONS: Redding Custom .257 Kimber (two piece) die set, original letter from Layne Simpson discussing the origins and performance of the rifle/cartridge, the original factory two-piece cardboard box with correct end label and Simpson’s shipping label, instruction flyer, marketing card and true copy of Handloader Magazine with Simpson’s article are present. Kimber bases are attached. The price is firm and layaway is available. $12,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 84 7mm TCU, outstanding wood and stock finishing, new in box

Kimber Model 84 SuperAmerica 7mm TCU. Originating from the famed Earl Kelly collection, serial TCU135 is not only a rare caliber but wears an outstanding English walnut stock dressed with flawless wrap checkering. Features include a 21.5-inch barrel, polished blue finish, Kimber bases, rocker (disc) safety and steel bottom metal with an inside-the-bow release. The stock is dressed with an ebony forend tip, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap, inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel studs and a Neidner checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: New and unfired with the barest suggestions of handling. INCLUSIONS: The original Kimber hard case (stickered) and cardboard oversleeve (with Kel’s handwritten notes on end), and factory manual are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle 7mm Remington Magnum, circa 1988, show gun, factory engraved, gold, select wood, unfired

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 BGR 7mm Remington Magnum. A unique and desirable Kimber, serial SC6000 was created circa 1988 and displayed at national hunting shows including the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation “Elk Camp”. The 23-inch barrel wears a polished blue finish and has a hooded ramp front sight (white bead) along with a quarter rib rear sight (with one standing and one folding express blades). The receiver sports a matte finish (bolt handle, shroud, bottom metal and grip cap are polished to match the barrel) and has integral (square bridge) mounts for Kimber rings, jeweled bolt body/extractor/follower and a checkered bolt knob (four teardrop panels). The stock is shaped from a AAA-grade English blank, wears a gloss finish and is accented with an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel studs, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line and a steel grip cap. ENGRAVING: Factory engraver J. Michaluk executed a superb bull elk in 24K gold relief on the floorplate, framing the game scene portion with gold wire and then bracketing with bordered leaf and vine. The pattern continues over the guard and the theme reappears on the grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Almost certainly unfired outside proof and clearly never taken afield, the bore is pristine. Barrel blue is approximately 99 percent, with light rubbing over a portion of the muzzle. Action finish is essentially 100 percent. Wood is approximately 99 percent, with two insignificant impressions on the toe line. The recoil pad is hardening and darkening. No box is present but the correct manual and marketing questionnaire are included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 BGR .300 Winchester Magnum, factory engraved game scene, gold relief, BGRX 300-1, 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle in .300 Winchester Magnum. Completed circa 1987, serial BGRX 300-1 is an outstanding example of Clackamas’ best efforts. Features include a 24-inch tapered medium sporter barrel, square bridge action with recoil shoulders, three-position safety and timed screws. STOCK: Shaped from a AA-grade blank with strong crossing grain, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped ejection port shoulder, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line and inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel studs. ENGRAVING: Signed by factory engraver Larry Peters, a gold relief brown bear in a wilderness setting spans the bottom metal. A supporting pattern of fine scroll and intricate leafy vine borders the scene and extends over the guard, receiver, bolt handle, barrel shank, grip cap and rings. The bolt knob is checkered (four complex teardrops over a sunburst). RINGS: Engraved 1-inch medium double lever rings are attached. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof and certainly never hunted. Metal (rust blue) and wood (satin) finishes are at least 99 percent with traces of handling. The ebony tip shows a trace of a stabalized hairline and what appear to be two ink lines under the finish are below the ejection port. No box or papers. SISTER RIFLE: BGRX 375-1, a similar .375 H&H Magnum in equally pristine condition, is available separately. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .32-20, single shot, dovetailed, AA claro, ebony, 90 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Custom Classic .32-20. Serial W182OF200 has a 22-inch tapering sporter barrel (.600 muzzle diameter), single shot action, dovetailed receiver and a disc safety. The AA-grade claro walnut stock features an ebony forend tip, panel checkering, checkered steel butt plate with widow’s peak, steel grip cap and sling swivel studs. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 90 percent with general microscratching over the barrel and receiver. Wood is at least 90 percent, with a modest scattering of light impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle .35 Whelen, early production, likely unfired

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle in .35 Whelen. An early BGR in an uncommon chambering, serial number 8901636 has a 24-inch plain barrel (satin blue), matte blue action with Kimber bases, ebony forend tip, panel checkering, inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel studs and a steel grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Barrel finish is approximately 98 percent, with one minor ding on the underside near the muzzle and several trace tarnish dots over the chamber area. Action finish is at least 99 percent with trace indications of handling. Wood is 98 percent, with one small impression immediately under the model marking on receiver left and another at the heel. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 BGR African .375 H&H Magnum, circa 1987, early African, banded, quarter rib, 6+1, unfired

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 African .375 H&H Magnum. Made circa 1987, serial AR0229 is an early African model built on a true magnum-length action with integral mounts (square bridge) for Kimber rings. The barrel is 24 inches long with a banded front sight (brass-beaded blade and flip-up moon sight), banded sling swivel stud, quarter rib with express leafs (one fixed and one folding), three-position Model 70-type safety, straight bolt handle, drop box magazine (6 + 1 capacity, the extractor snapping over the last round) and a trapdoor grip cap (with extra beaded blade and Allen wrench tucked inside). STOCK: Based on a AA-grade English blank with strong, straight grain through the wrist, accents include an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, twin crossbolts with ebony plugs, traditional (pancake) scalloped cheek rest with shadow line and a Howell-type inletted sling swivel stud on the toe line. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof and never taken afield. The bore is pristine. Barrel finish (rust blue) is over 99 percent with but trace indications of handling. Receiver has taken on a uniform plum. Wood (satin) is over 99 percent, with one small impression on the toe line. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 African Big Game Rifle .375 H&H Magnum, show gun, engraved, gold, serial BGRX 375-1, quarter rib, express, square bridge, drop box, straight bolt, unfired, over 99 percent

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle “African” model in .375 H&H Magnum show gun. Completed circa 1987, serial BGRX 375-1 is an outstanding example of Clackamas’ best efforts and was no doubt created to showcase both factory engraving as well as the African model (the dangerous game version of the BGR, this rifle not being marked “African” or having an African serial prefix). Features include a 24-inch tapered heavy sporter barrel, banded front sight with conventional brass-beaded blade and flip-up moon sight, barrel-mounted sling swivel stud, quarter rib (hand-matted top and leafs, one fixed and one folder, each with gold sighting lines), magnum-length square bridge action with recoil shoulders (accepts Kimber rings), straight bolt handle, three-position Model 70-type safety, drop box magazine (6+1 capacity, extractor snaps over) trap door grip cap and timed screws. STOCK: Shaped from a straight-grain blank selected for strength, appointments include an ebony forend tip, 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, double crossbolts with ebony plugs, scalloped ejection port shoulder, open grip profile, traditional (pancake) scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel stud and timed screws. ENGRAVING: The late Larry Peters, Kimber’s factory engraver, once remarked that he spent more time on this particular rifle than any other during the time of his service. The complex and detailed supporting pattern radiates outward from a gold relief maned lion that graces the floorplate. Bordered by arches of leafy vine, the supporting pattern covers the entirity of the bottom metal, receiver and grip cap. It then reappears on the band, quarter rib, barrel, shroud and bolt handle. “Kimber of Oregon. Inc., Clackamas, Oregon, U.S.A.” is engraved just forward of the rib. The bolt knob is hand-checkered (four complex teardrops over a sunburst). Peter’s signature is engraved on the tang (under the bolt shroud). RINGS: Engraved 1-inch medium double lever rings (not pictured) are included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof and certainly never hunted. Metal (rust blue) and wood (satin) finishes are at least 99 percent with traces of handling. The ivory moon sight bead is missing (will be replaced upon request). No box or papers. SISTER RIFLE: BGRX 300-1, a similar .300 Winchester Magnum in equally pristine condition, is available separately. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Founder’s Edition Model 89 Big Game Rifle .375 H&H Magnum, second created, engraved, gold, select AAA-grade English, unfired

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle Founder’s Edition .375 H&H Magnum. BACKGROUND: During 1987, Kimber of Oregon owner’s Jack and Greg Warne elected to expand from making only rimfire (Model 82) and short-action centerfire (Model 84) rifles. In order to accomplish this an injection of funding was required, so a private placement stock offering was established. The initial outline was to offer at least $1.5M of stock with a minimum investment of $50K per individual. Those investing would be deemed “Founders” and part of their consideration was a Founder’s Edition Model 89 Big Game Rifle in a caliber of their choosing. While the initial edition size was intended to be 14 rifles, only eight were ever produced (according to detailed records kept by Kimber factory engraver, the late Larry Peters). The subject rifle is the second to be created (as designated by its serial number – FE-2). DESCRIPTION: Wearing a heavy sporter barrel sans provisions for open sights, the rifle adopts a general SuperAmerica configuration. The metal wears a polished blue finish and the action the standard capacity (3+1, the full-length claw extractor easily snapping over a hand-fed round). Mounts for Kimber rings are integral (square bridged) with the receiver. The safety is a three-position (similar to a Winchester Model 70). The action, of course, is a true controlled-round feeding design – a hybrid of the Mauser Model 98 and the Winchester pre-64 Model 70. STOCK: Crafted from a specially-selected AAA-grade English walnut blank accented with an ebony forend tip and 24 lines-per-inch multi-point wrap checkering, appointments include recessed (Howell-type) sling swivel studs, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, steel grip cap and a satin finish. ENGRAVING: Larry Peters centered the bust of a roaring grizzly in a circular French gray field, bordered it with gold wire and accented the balance of the bottom metal with bordered and shaded vine. The pattern continues over the receiver and the double lever rings (1-inch medium). The bolt knob is hand-checkered with four panels plus a starburst and the action screws have received similar attention. Signatures of both Jack Warne and Greg Warne are reproduced on gold on either side of the chamber, “Kimber Big Game Rifle” circles the grizzly bust and “Founders Edition, 1 of 14” boldy rides the barrel. Peter’s signature is engraved on the tang (under the shroud). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Unfired and nearly pristine with only minor indications of careful handling, the exception being cracking and darkening on the right side of the recoil pad. INCLUSIONS: The original factory hard case (designated by the affixed Kimber label), box end label (separate from the case), and papers are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 BGR Founder’s Edition .375 H&H Magnum, serial FEG2, engraved, likely unfired

The father and son team of Jack and Greg Warne founded Kimber, then properly Kimber of Oregon, in 1979. They had an inkling gun-savvy American shooters were pining for a fine .22 sporting rifle and that building them would make for a fair business. Saying they were proved right is an extraordinary understatement. The Warnes were also pretty good at listening to their rapidly growing customer base, and it wasn’t long before they began offering a mini-Mauser christened the Model 84. Chambered in .223-length cartridges, orders rolled in and the Warnes struggled to meet demand. They also kept listening. Came the Model 89 BGR – the Model 89 Big Game Rifle to keep things formal. To the manner born, it combined the best features of the great Mauser 98 and Winchester’s superb pre-64 Model 70 – all in a sleek American sporter stock vetted by the sharpest eyes in riflery of the time. Swamped with orders, they decided to expand the company via a private stock offering that would raise enough scratch to make it happen. Putting pen to paper, the Warnes determined how much was required and what they could accept without giving up control of their company. The individual ante was set at $50,000, and that takers would be presented with a very special Founder’s Edition rifle wrapped in their stock certificate. Fourteen shareholder positions were offered. The money rolled in, but a combination of factors saw the company fall into bankruptcy several years later. According to records kept by factory engraver Larry Peters, only seven of the promised 14 Founder’s Edition rifles were ever completed. This rifle is one of them. Wearing a polished blue finish, it is stocked in fine English walnut appointed with an ebony forend tip, wrap-around checkering, Howell-type inletted sling swivel studs and the beaded cheekpiece found on Kimber’s top-end SuperAmerica model of that period. Elegantly engraved by Mr. Peters, the highlight is a roaring grizzly bust set in a French gray, gold-encircled background on the floor plate that incorporates the legend “Kimber Big Game Rifle.” In addition, scroll accents grace the floorplate, trigger guard, barrel shank, receiver and double lever rings (1-inch medium). “Founders Edition 1 of 14” is boldly engraved along the top of the barrel. The special serial number “FEG2”, engraved screw heads, checkered bolt knob and gold signatures of the Warnes complete the presentation. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.6 pounds and the length-of-pull over the Kimber recoil pad is 13.65 inches. CONDITION: Almost certainly unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent, with a modest distribution of micro-freckles scattered along the barrel and grip cap. Wood is at least 98 percent with a traces of handling and tiny spots of what is likely glue used to attach the recoil pad. No box or papers are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $10,000 plus shipping.


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Kimber of Oregon Model 89 African Big Game Rifle .416 Rigby Magnum, banded, quarter rib, express, drop box, straight bolt, unfired

Kimber of Oregon Model 89 Big Game Rifle African .416 Rigby Magnum. Made circa 1986, serial AF0145 has a 24-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel with banded and hooded front sight (brass-beaded blade and flip-up moon sight), banded sling swivel stud, quarter rib rear sight with express leafs (one fixed and one folding), integral (square bridge) mounts for Kimber rings, straight bolt handle, three-position wing safety and a drop box magazine (4+1 capacity, extractor snaps over hand-fed rounds). The stock features an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering, double crossbolts with ebony plugs, open pistol grip profile, trapdoor grip cap (with extra front sight blade), traditional (pancake) scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, inletted (Howell-type) sling swivel stud on the toe line and a Kimber recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.0 inches. CONDITION: Almost certainly unfired since factory proof and clearly never hunted, the bore is pristine. Metal finish (matte rust blue) as well as wood (satin finish) are essentially 100 percent with but trace suggestions of handling. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $8,000 plus shipping.


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Luxus Arms M-11 S, 7mm-08 Remington & .375 H&H Magnum barrels, quarter ribs, banded studs, pristine

Luxus Arms M-11 S with two 26-inch barrels featuring recessed target crowns and banded sling swivel studs. The 7mm-08 Remington barrel has a quarter rib which accepts Weaver-style rings and the .375 H&H Magnum barrel’s quarter rib is set up for Talley rings. Features include a spooky trigger pull, AAA-grade claro walnut with elegant crossing grain, steel grip cap with timed screws and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight (with 7mm-08 barrel) is 7.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 14.2 inches. CONDITION: Both bores are pristine. The rifle appears to never have seen the field. Metal finishes are nearly 100 percent, with only a few minor handling marks in the matte blue. Wood is also nearly 100 percent, with only a small impression on the right side of the pistol grip aft of the cocking lever. A proper box without end label and a logo slip (sock) are included. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Marlin Model 39 AWL .22 LR, one-of-a-kind factory error, limited edition, display winner, provenance, box, unfired

Marlin 39AWL .22 LR with an incredible factory error. Produced among a limited edition of 2000 rifles created to raise funds for wildlife conservation, serial number WL000766 left the Marlin factory with an unmarked barrel (other than the “JM” proof). After the rifle was sold and the error discovered, a second barrel with correct markings – other than “JM” as it was not was not factory installed – was obtained. Features include an unmarked 24-inch half-octagon-to-round barrel, etched receiver with gold embellishments and upgraded walnut with double-bordered checkering. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 5.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.25 inches. CONDITION: New and unfired with traces of handling. DISPLAY HISTORY: Displayed at the 2019 Marlin Firearms Collectors Association Annual Meeting, it won a Special Judges Award. INCLUSIONS: Original AWL promotional poster, manual, optic base, hammer extension, copy of “The Marlin Collector” magazine referencing the award, large awards presentation plaque, paperwork from show display and a box with the correct end label. Digital copies of the display description and NSSF background letter are also available (hard copies not present). The price is firm and layaway is available. $5,000 plus shipping.


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Marlin Model 39 Carbine .22 LR, W5128, 20-inch, straight grip, likely unfired, 98 percent

Marlin Model 39 Carbine .22 LR. Serial W5128 has a 20-inch barrel (brass-beaded blade front sight, elevation-adjustable rear sight), drilled/tapped receiver, gold trigger and a straight grip stock. A Marlin brown cardboard box without end label or papers is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 5.6 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal and wood finishes are each approximately 98 percent with trace indications of handling. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Marlin Model 39 .22 LR, marked “SECOND”, great bore, 95 percent metal, 85 percent wood

Marlin Model 39 .22 LR. Marked “SECOND” on the barrel (there is also a “-” following “39” on the barrel but no “A”), serial G16616 has a 24-inch barrel (hooded brass-beaded blade front sight, elevation-adjustable rear sight). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Metal finish is approximately 95 percent. Receiver left shows several small pits under the finish. Action operation is smooth but thumb-cocking the hammer reveals a mild roughness. Wood is approximately 85 percent with some finish loss. No box or papers. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,500 plus shipping.


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Marlin 336 SC .30-30, 20-inch, Spiegel buck, great bore, 90 percent

Marlin Model 336 SC .30-30. Serial S20659 has the Spiegel whitetail bust carved into the stock. Features include a 20-inch barrel (hooded front sight with brass-beaded blade, elevation-adjustable rear sight), drilled/tapped receiver and sling loops. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 90 percent. Wood is approximately 95 percent with a few minor impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Marlin 336 RC .30-30 Winchester, Spiegel buck, 20-inch, great bore, 85 percent

Marlin Model 336 RC .30-30. Made in 1968, serial 6897519 has the Spiegel whitetail bust carved into the stock. Features include a 20-inch barrel (full-length magazine tube, hooded front sight with brass-beaded blade, elevation-adjustable rear sight), Weaver mounts (1-inch low rings), hammer spur and sling loops. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 85 percent with trace thinning and a few spots of roughness on the magazine tube and band (left side, near muzzle). Wood is approximately 90 percent with a small scattering of impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Custom Marlin Model 336 Zane Grey Century .30-30, outstanding wood, 22-inch octagon, over 99 percent

Custom Marlin 336 Zane Grey Century .30-30 Winchester. ATTRIBUTION: Consignor believes the original owner of this rifle was Robert Wallack, a period gunwriter and affiliate of Marlin. Writing “Robert Walack’s Zane Gray Custom Wood & Checkered” appears on the box end. There is no evidence that a medallion was ever attached to the receiver. Serial 72077843 has a 22-inch octagon barrel (full-length magazine tube, beaded blade front sight, adjustable rear sight blade). Features include a drilled and tapped receiver, gold trigger, brass forend cap and a custom stock (bordered checkering, Marlin butt plate). DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.4 inches. CONDITION: Almost certainly unfired since factory proof, the bore is strong and bright. Metal finish is new, other than some tarnish on the forend cap. Wood finish is new. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Marlin 336 Texan .44 Magnum, 1967, originates from factory archives, saddle ring, straight stock, provenance, likely unfired

Marlin Model 336 Texan .44 Magnum. Made in 1967 and retained by the Marlin factury until 1995 when it was sent to a customer as a replacement for his warranty repair rifle lost in shipping, serial number AC63602 has a 20-inch barrel (full-length magazine tube, hooded front sight with brass-beaded blade, elevation-adjustable rear sight), drilled/tapped receiver, brass saddle ring and a straight-grip stock. No box is present. PROVENANCE: A factory letter (included) attests to the stated history. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.35 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent with trace handling wear. Wood is also approximately 99 percent, with trace indication of a stabilized hairline forward of the band. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,250 plus shipping.


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Marlin Model 1894 Cowboy Limited .45 Colt, 1 of 100, 2005, 24-inch octagon, special markings and etching, box, 99 percent

Marlin Model 1894 Cowboy Limited .45 Colt. Made circa 2005 as an edition of 100 rifles for the TALO buying group and supported by a factory letter as such, serial 98202399 has a 24-inch octagon barrel (full-length magazine tube, blade front sight with brass bead, adjustable rear sight). Features include a drilled and tapped receiver, crossbolt safety and straight stock. SPECIAL MARKINGS: The receiver is engraved “Marlin 1894 Cowboy Limited”. Both forearm and butt are laser etched with cowboy scenes. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.35 inches. CONDITION: Likely unfired since factory proof, the bore is pristine. Metal finish is approximately 99 percent with trace indications of packaging rubs. Wood is 100 percent. INCLUSIONS: The original factory box with correct end label, factory letter, manual, Davidson’s info, plastic “Loaded” tab, hammer spur and lock are present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,750 plus shipping.


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Kurz Mauser 8×51, Oberndorf, octagon-to-round, integral rib, 6.6 pounds, single stage, light engraving, good bore

Kurz Mauser 8x51mm. A lively little sporter, serial 4325 (appears 3x: underside of barrel, underside of action and inside the barrel channel) wears a Krupp 20-inch octagon-to-round tapered barrel (.575-inch muzzle diameter) with an integral matted tapering rib (.315-inch at the muzzle). The rib is topped with a beaded blade front sight and a dovetailed rear sight with two hand-matted leafs (one fixed and one folder), each dressed with a gold sighting line. The action, bottom metal, grip cap and screws are appointed with light bordering and scroll engraving. Stock accents include a Schnabel forearm, checkered grip with partial Mullered border, scalloped pancake cheek rest with shadow line, checkered horn butt plate and a grip cap with raised initial plate (blank). The rifle is provisioned for sling hooks. ACTION: Notable action features include a straight bolt handle, “hook” roll over safety (180 degrees, three positions), checkered bolt release and single stage trigger). MOUNTS: The included 30mm claw mounts are something of a conundrum and could only have been created by someone with intelligence approximating that of a Biden cabinet appointee. The attach/detach peration is proper, yet the the safety lever contacts the scope tube as it moves into the center (vertical) position. Also, an ocular housing diameter of approximately 1.4 inches or less is required in order not to make contact with the bolt handle during its operation. MARKINGS: “H. Halverscheid” is engraved on barrel right. Barrel left is marked “Hagen.” over the chamber and a silver elongated oval appears along side. The action is marked “49905” on the underside of the receiver with a partial number appearing 3x on the bolt and again on the magazine box. “7.7” appears on the underside as well (bore diameter measures approximately .315-inch). Receiver left is marked “2gGBP St. m. G.” and “Waffenfabrik Mauser-Oberndorf A/N”. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.6 pounds inclusive of rings. Length-of-pull is 13.3 inches. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny without signs of roughness. Metal finish is approximately 65 percent, with general thinning and browning. Mechanics operate properly. Wood is approximately 80 percent, with a trace of a stabilized hairline at the tang. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,500 plus shipping.


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Mauser 8×57, unusual commercial carbine configuration, double Schnabel, double set triggers, 20-inch barrel with three-leaf rear sight

Mauser 8×57 in unusual carbine configuration. Serial number 79076 has a standard-length action and features a 20-inch barrel with three-leaf rear sight (one fixed and two folders) mounted on boss, stippled front ring, hinged floorplate with lever and double set triggers. The stock is unusually long to the fore, with double Schnabels, sling loops, wrap-around bordered checkering, steel grip cap, cheekpiece and horn butt. MARKINGS: Serial appears on barrel, receiver, bolt handle, extractor, shroud, safety and cocking piece. Others include “ON” on barrel left, Waffenfabrik Mauser-CBerndorf A/N” on wall, “OB” on bolt handle. “Germany” is stamped into the right side of the butt. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 6.4 pounds and length-of-pull from the front trigger is 14.25 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright, with strong rifling. Set triggers need adjustment as it can slam fire during dry function testing with operated with authority. Rear folding leaf is slightly loose when placed in the raised position. Right side of rear ring tapped for receiver sight and now plugged. Markings are sharp. Barrel and action blue are approximately 80 percent. Bottom metal blue is about 40 percent, with general thinning and browning. Wood finish appears to have been refreshed at some point. Checkering shows light wear and the stock itself shows a general pattern of impressions. Butt plate has scattered worm holes and a chip at the toe. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Outstanding David Miller custom left hand 6mm Remington, made for gunwriter Dave Petzal of Outdoor Life, pictured in Miller book, several special features, 98 percent

Left hand David Miller & Curt Crum custom 6mm Remington. Made for Outdoor Life Magazine’s Dave Petzal and based on a much-refined and modified Remington Model 700 short action, serial A6304132 is spectacular in every respect. Important features include a sleek 23-inch barrel  (.525 muzzle diameter), large redundant (AR-15 type) extractor, jeweled bolt body, custom bolt shroud with two-position wing safety, custom bolt handle with three-panel checkered knob, recontoured tang and a checkered steel grip cap. A Leupold Vari-X III 2.5-8x with Duplex reticle is secured in a contoured Miller mount. Metal finish is an ideal rust blue. STOCK: Painstakingly shaped and detailed from an elegant English walnut blank with strong-running figure, appointments include 26 lines-per-inch borderless wrap checkering highlighted by elegant fleurs, sculped darts and scalloped cheek rest with shadow line. The finish is an elegant satin hand-rubbed oil. PROVENANCE: The David Miller legend appears on the barrel and Curt Crum’s stamping rides the inside of the barrel channel. A full page photograph of this rifle captioned as being made for Dave Petzal appears on page 97 of Tom Turpin’s Mastery of Wood & Metal, David Miller Co. book. The included copy is inscribed by the author to the consignor and page 97 is signed by both Miller and Crum. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.4 pounds (scoped) and length-of-pull is 13.75 inches. CONDITION: The bore is bright and shiny. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent. Wood approaches 99 percent, with but one tiny impression on the bottom of the stock near the forward attach screw. The price is firm and layaway is available. $15,000 plus shipping.


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Purdey .375 H&H Magnum, double square bridge magnum Mauser, Turkish, 4 + 1, express, quick detaching, engraved, superb condition

J. Purdey & Sons (London) .375 H&H Magnum. Made in 2001, rifle number 29783 wears a 23-inch tapering heavy sporter barrel (.765-inch muzzle diameter) fitted with a ramp front sight (stippled approaching face and flat, brass-beaded blade), banded sling loop (accepts .75-inch sling) and an island rear sight base (stippled faces and flat, drift-adjustable assembly with fixed express blade marked “50” and a folder marked “75”, each with a gold sighting line). The double square bridge magnum Mauser action with integral quick-release mounts (30mm medium rings) properly features a long bolt handle (slightly backswept and flared, two-panel checkered knob), three-position wing safety, drop box magazine and an inside-the-bow release button. STOCK: Drawn from an exhibition grade blank of Turkish walnut no doubt selected for its rioting figure and profiled stout, appointments include 26 lines-per-inch wrap checkering with partial Mullered borders, crossbolt, scalloped pancake cheek rest with shadow line, ERA grip cap with trap door and a leather-wrapped recoil pad. The stock wears a hand-polished oil finish and beds on metal pillars. CAPACITY: Four plus one. The extractor snaps over a drop-fed round with minimal pressure. ENGRAVING: The floor plate is graced with delicate bouquet and scroll to the borders, the pattern continuing over the guard and reappearing as accents over the chamber, on the receiver rings, along the bolt handle, over the shroud and finally on the trap. The maker’s name is engraved on both barrel and front ring. The rifle number rides the rear ring and bolt handle. Both the rifle number on the guard and “SAFE” are accented in gold. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 15.0 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb to the point of suggesting little use. Mechanics are as solid as the boss on the Cape buffalo the rifle was made to hunt. Feeding/extraction/ejection are effortless. Trigger pull is positive and sharp. Safety glides between the clicks. Metal finish is over 95 percent with light thinning. Wood is approximately 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $40,000 plus shipping.


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Remington 40-X .22-250, 28-inch stainless, great bore, 90 percent

Remington Model 40-X .22-250. Serial 35082B has a 28-inch stainless steel heavy barrel (tapers to .885-inch muzzle diameter, drilled/tapped for front sight assembly and mid-barrel base). Features include a single shot action, numbered bolt body, tuned trigger, accessory channel and a White Line recoil pad. History, round count and twist rate are unknown. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 11.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches over the pad. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Barrel finish is approximately 90 percent with light rubbing and indications of handling. Action finish is also approximately 90 percent with a few light freckles and hints of plum. Wood is approximately 95 percent with light indications of handling. Trigger pull is crisp. The price is firm and layaway is available. $1,750 plus shipping.


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Remington 700 custom .300 Winchester Magnum, Leupold 4.5-14x AO, Premier Reticle, pristine bore

Remington Model 700 custom .300 Winchester Magnum. Serial 6310500 is an unattributed custom rifle with a 25-inch plain sporter barrel (recessed crown, .655-inch muzzle diameter). Features include a tuned trigger and a premium synthetic stock with aluminum bedding cradle. OPTIC: A Leupold Vari-X III 4.5-14 scope with adjustable objective, custom ranging reticle by Premier Reticle, target elevation knob, folding level, matte finish and a 1-inch tube is secured in Burris bases and Pos-Align rings. DIMENSIONS: Weight (with optic) is 9.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 12.9 inches. MARKINGS: In addition to caliber, “Yellow Wolf” appears on barrel left. CONDITION: The bore is pristine. Metal finish is at least 95 percent with some minor scratching and discoloration or tape scum near the muzzle. Stock finish is approximately 98 percent. Optic is clear with strong lens coatings. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Remington – Hepburn .38-55, 30-inch octagon-to-round, good bore with viable rifling, 40 percent colors, sharp markings, excellent mechanics

Remington – Hepburn .38-55. Serial number 8255 (appears 2x, on tang and underside of barrel) wears a 30-inch octagon-to-round barrel (.875-inch muzzle diameter) with a recessed crown and hooded post front sight. Additional features include a color case receiver, metal forearm cap and butt plate, folding tang-mounted aperture rear sight and a checkered pistol grip. MARKINGS: Caliber appears 2x (underside of barrel forward of the forearm cap and beneath the forearm on the lower flat), “Remington Arms Co. Ilion NY” rides the top flat, “Hepburns Pat. Oct 7 1879” shows on the lower left receiver and the number 23270 plus an “anchor” is on the lower flat just ahead of the receiver. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.2 pounds and length-of-pull is 14.0 inches. CONDITION: The bore is good overall, with viable rifling and scattered light pitting. Barrel finish is approximately 70 percent, with some thinning/browning and areas of light roughness from tarnish. Receiver colors are approximately 40 percent overall, with general fading and over the top, tang and guard areas, along with spots of tarnish. The aperture disc shows some dimples on its face. Cap and plate silver is approximately 60 percent with some scratches on the plate. Wood is approximately 80 percent overall with sharp checkering, a few small impressions and what is either tiny finish lift or hairline showing at the tang (will stabilize upon request). Markings are also tack sharp and mechanics of the action are strong and positive. The price is firm and layaway is available. $7,500 plus shipping.


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Remington Light Baby Carbine rolling block .44 CF, serial 732, 18-inch, very good bore, antique classification

Remington Light Baby Carbine rolling block .44 CF. Serial number 732 (appears 2x under stock on left side of frame) features an 18-inch banded barrel with tip-up sight. MARKINGS: A “B” appears on the left side of the band, “3” and “6” on the sight face the shooter when the sight is raised, maker and patent date appear in three lines on the tang and “44 CF” shows on the left side of the grip. CONDITION: The bore is bright, with strong rifling and but a few minor dark or rough spots. Mechanics are strong and positive. Metal finish has generally thinned and browned. Surface has spotty darkness and some light roughness. Wood has great integrity and wood surface condition is very good. As this rifle is an antique, no FFL is required for shipment. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Rifle Ranch custom Mauser 98 full stock .338 Winchester Magnum, 1973 for gunwriter Craig Fox Huber, AAA-grade claro, Mannlicher, 22-inch, Jaeger trigger, cartridge trap, over 90 percent

Rifle Ranch custom Mauser Model 98 .338 Winchester Magnum. Rifle number 174 was made in 1973 for gunwriter Craig Fox Huber. Features include a 22-inch barrel with banded and textured ramp front sight topped by a brass-wedged blade, scalloped island rear sight assembly with an adjustable folding blade, commercial action, two-position safety, checkered (two panels) bolt knob, lever floor plate release and a Jaeger trigger. Redfield mounts (1-inch low rings) are attached. STOCK: The sleek full stock is shaped from an AAA-grade claro blank with strong figure. Appointments include borderless 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, twin wood-capped crossing bolts, checkered steel grip cap, cartridge trap (secures four rounds) and timed screws. MARKINGS: “No. 174 Rifle Ranch – Prescott, Ariz.” and “Made to Order for Craig Fox Huber” appear on the barrel. “3090E” is stamped under the wood line. “Hooper Stock Sept. 73” is written in marker under the grip cap. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.6 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.4 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. The polished metal finish is well over 90 percent, the adjustment primarily for thinning and freckling on the bottom metal. Wood is 95 percent owing to a modest scattering of fine impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Custom Rigby Big Game PH .404 Jeffery, Pac-Nor, quarter rib, ERA quick release, banded, hooded moon, drop box, 97 percent

Custom Rigby Big Game PH .404 Jeffery. Based on a Mauser M98 Magnum double square bridge action with serial number 10703, the original .375 H&H Magnum barrel has been replaced with a 24-inch match grade Pac-Nor machined to the original contour (muzzle diameter .785-inch). Additional custom appointments include an ERA banded front sight assembly (folding hood, fixed blade with white bead, pop-up moon bead), quick release mounting system (ERA G9 Plus, 30mm low) and shroud with a three-position wing safety. Standard Rigby features include a banded sling swivel loop, quarter rib (one standing and two folding express leafs, each with a sighting line), straight bolt handle with checkered knob and a drop box magazine with an inside-the-bow release. STOCK: Shaped from a AA-grade walnut blank, dressings include bordered 24 lines-per-inch wrap checkering, cross bolt with steel caps, traditional (pancake) scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, trap door grip cap (engraved “PH”), sling loop on the toe line and a NECG Universal recoil pad. The action rests on twin pillars and is glassed at the lug. Screws are timed and the trigger is wonderfully tuned. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.2 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Mechanics are smooth and solid in dry operation. Rust blue is approximately 97 percent with minor instances of rubbing. Wood is well over 95 percent, with an insignificant distribution of modest field impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $11,500 plus shipping


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Rigby .450 Nitro Express, 1906, 28-inch, ejectors, long forend, great bores, exceptional regulation and accuracy, cased, ammo

Rigby .450 Nitro Express. Made in 1906 for the Honorable Captain Guy Wilson, serial number 17311 is a Class C double rifle wearing 28-inch barrels with a beaded blade front sight, filed rib, dovetailed rear leafs (one fixed express and three folders left green) and ejectors. Additional features include a barrel-mounted sling loop (1-inch), mechanical safety, bushed strikers, long forend (11 inches), drop points, steel grip cap, sling button and an initial plate (blank). ENGRAVING: The action is graced with bordered vine to 25 percent, the pattern continuing over the tangs, guard, grip cap and screws. “SAFE” appears in gold on the upper tang. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 11.2 pounds. Length-of-pull is 14.7 inches over the pad, drops are 1.6 and 2.4 inches, and cast off is approximately .20-inch. CONDITION: The bores are strong and bright. Chambers are smooth. Barrels are full on face and the opening lever rests at center. Trigger pulls, safety, ejectors and the forend latch operate positively and properly. Barrel finish appears to be a vintage refresh (markings have softened although the rib marking remains sharp), the blue thinning to approximately 50 percent with rubs and a few scattered dings in evidence. The action finish appears original with colors given over to silver. Engraving remains sharp. The guard is appears to have refreshed blue with a hint of softening to its engraving. Wood is solid. Checkering is worn and a general distribution of impressions and scratches are present. The pad has hardened considerably and bulged at the ends. ACCURACY: Fired by the consignor with Hornady 480-grain DGX bullets, an included target shows a pair of two-shot, 100-yard groups with an extreme spread of 4.21 inches and superb regulation. AMMUNITION: Five rounds of Kynoch 480-grain softs, 24 rounds of Kynoch 480-grain solids, 24 rounds of Hornady 480-grain DGX and 75 fired cases are included. CASE: A vintage leather takedown case with new interior, sling, oil bottle and decocking block is present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $37,500 plus shipping.


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Sako AV custom .270 Winchester by Robert Murray, 24-inch Shilen, Bastogne, skeleton, EAW, extra stock, 97 percent

Custom Sako AV .270 Winchester. Built by Robert Murray (Florida), serial 576991 wears a Shilen 24-inch stainless steel barrel (.635-inch muzzle diameter) with a satin finish. The AV action has been finished in either hard chrome or satin nickel, glassed at the lug and chamber, and rests on twin aluminum pillars. The safety lever has been extended and the factory trigger tuned. An EAW Quick-Loc mounting system with 30mm rings (front extended) seamlessly incorporates into the grooved receiver. Capacity is five rounds. STOCK: Shaped from an outstanding blank of exhibition grade Bastogne with full-length figure, strong crossing grains and sunbursts, appointments include an ebony forend tip, wrap checkering with fleur accents, scalloped check rest with shadow line, skeleton grip cap, bottom metal pedestal, inletted sling swivel studs and a Pachmayr Olde English recoil pad. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.0 pounds with the mounting system. Length-of-pull is 14.0 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Metal finish is approximately 97 percent with occasional light rubbing, scratches on the floor plate and flecking on the bolt face. Wood is at least 98 percent. SYNTHETIC STOCK: Included is a properly fitted and bedded synthetic stock (brand unknown). Finish condition is approximately 70 percent. OPTIONAL AMMO: The following is available for an additional $650 inclusive of shipping (lower 48) and is not included as part of the rifle purchase price: 40 rounds Remington Core-Lokt 150 grain, 108 rounds Federal Power Shok 130-grain, 26 rounds Federal Premium Triple-Shock 130-grain, 39 rounds Hornady American Whitetail InterLock 130-grain, 17 rounds Hornady SST 130-grain, approximately 40 rounds handloads and approximately 250 fired brass. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,000 plus shipping.


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Left hand Sauer Model 200 .270 Winchester, 24-inch, detachable magazine, steel receiver, Conetrol, 98 percent

Left hand Sauer Model 200 .270 Winchester. Serial H11400 has a 24-inch barrel (drilled/tapped for sights), steel receiver, removable barrel/stock/forearm (tool not included), detachable magazine and a walnut stock. MOUNTS: Conetrol bases are attached and 1-inch medium rings are included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.0 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.5 inches. CONDITION: Seldom if ever fired, the bore is pristine. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace suggestions of handling and one small rub at the top of the barrel near the receiver. Wood is at least 99 percent. INCLUSIONS: The original manual is present. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Left hand Serengeti Jaguar .338 Winchester Magnum, early production, brake, open sights, AR-15 extractor, spiral fluted, 7.4 pounds, superb bore

Left hand Serengeti Jaguar .338 Winchester Magnum. Made in Wylie, Texas, serial SA020 is outfitted with a 24-inch barrel (25.5 inches including brake), banded and hooded front sight with beaded blade, adjustable ERA island rear sight with notched express blade, AR-15 type extractor, spiral-fluted bolt body, tuned trigger, steel bottom metal with inside-the-bow release, premium synthetic stock with impressed checkering and Talley bases. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.9 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb. Mechanics are crisp. Metal finish is approximately 90 percent scattered light rubbing and scratching. Stock finish is approximately 80 percent owing to a concentrated area of rubbing on the right side of the butt. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,750 plus shipping. Proceeds benefit the Dallas Safari Club Foundation.


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Smith & Wesson .30-06 prototype semi-automatic sporting rifle, 22-inch, detachable box magazine, 98 percent

Smith & Wesson prototype semi-automatic sporting rifle. Chambered in .30-06, serial number XP0046H was almost certainly made by Howa, as it is marked “Made In Japan”. Features include a 22-inch barrel with ramp front sight and Williams adjustable rear sight, drilled and tapped bridge, steel detachable box magazine, crossbolt safety and alloy trigger guard. The action profile is similar to that of a Remington Woodsmaster, yet the bolt release button is located just left of center and near the top of the action. MARKINGS: The Smith & Wesson logo appears on the grip cap and butt plate. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: Bore is pristine. Metal finish is about 98 percent, with a few small areas showing light rubs from shipping and handling. Wood has a few impressions under the finish, with overall condition being about 98 percent with small scuffs at the lower rear of the forend and point of the butt just behind the guard. One of the two screws attaching the bracket for the bolt release button is missing. The price is firm and layaway is available. $2,000 plus shipping.


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Harry Selby’s Weatherby Mark V .300 Weatherby Magnum, 1967, engraved, gold initials, scoped, superb provenance and condition

Weatherby Mark V factory custom .300 Weatherby Magnum. Made in 1967 by special order for a satisfied safari client and presented to renowned African professional hunter Harry Selby, serial number P134412 stands tall among the most important and desirable West German Weatherby rifles ever created. Basic features include a 24-inch barrel, jeweled bolt body, two-panel checkered bolt knob, rosewood forend tip and pistol grip cap with double spacers, intricate skip-line checkering pattern, Buehler mounts and a Weatherby 2-7x scope with fine crosshair reticle. CONFIGURATION: The rifle has a right hand bolt and a left hand (right side) cheek rest, as was Selby’s preference. ENGRAVING: The floorplate presents initials “JHS” (for John Henry Selby – “Harry” was his nickname) in gold relief. The entirety of the action as well as the Buehler mounts wear full-coverage scroll intertwined with flowing grasses, the pattern continuing along the top of the barrel to the middle of the forend tip. PROVENANCE: Dated 2nd August, 2017, a letter with Mr. Selby’s original signature recounts his time with the rifle. MARKINGS: In addition to the standard Weatherby markings, a small “Griffin & Howe, Andover NJ” rides the bottom of the barrel just forward of the forend tip and “181529” shows on the bottom of the trigger guard, these both required as a condition of the recent repatriation from Africa. DIMENSIONS: Weight, with scope, is 8.8 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Engraving is flawless. The barrel blue is approximately 95 percent, with some thinning on the muzzle face and a highlight line along the top between the muzzle and forend tip (no doubt from riding the rack in a safari truck). One small freckle appears on the right side of the barrel a few inches aft of the muzzle. The action finish is 100 percent, with slight thinning on the bolt knob and some thinning following the edges of the floorplate. Even the gold plate on the trigger rates near 95 percent. The stock is also approximately 95 percent overall. The varnish has some light crazing and checkering is tack sharp. One minor impression appears on the left side of the barrel channel, some faint impressions show on the grip cap and along the toe line, and one small area of missing varnish tops the Monte Carlo hump. The scope is optically clear, with lenses and coatings in fine condition. The rubber “bumper” ring on the ocular housing as cracked from pressure of the included covers. HARRY SELBY (1925-2018) is one of the most famous and respected professional hunters who ever swung a rifle onto his shoulder and took up the track. By greatest fortune, he gained the both the respect and admiration of Robert Ruark , becoming internationally famous through Ruark’s writings. Selby served as the inspiration for Ruark’s hero Peter McKenzie in Something of Value and Ruark dedicated what many believe is the finest book ever written about safari life, Horn of the Hunter, to Selby. On a personal level, Ruark was honored to become Godfather to Harry’s son, Mark Selby. The price is firm and layaway is available. $30,000 plus shipping.


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Winchester 52C Sporter .22 LR, 1955, “no sight” version, superb bore

Winchester Model 52C Sporter .22 LR. Made in 1955, serial 90223C has no provision (no dovetail cut) for a rear sight. Features include a 24-inch light sporter barrel (.540 muzzle diameter) with integral front sight ramp (topped with blade, dovetail plug also included). The stock is accented with an ebony forend tip, bordered panel checkering, Monte Carlo comb, cheek rest, Super Grade(inletted) sling swivel studs, steel grip cap and a steel butt plate with widow’s peak. Weaver bases (extended front) are attached and one original magazine is included. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 7.2 pounds and the length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is superb, strong and bright. Metal finish is approximately 98 percent. Wood finish is approximately 98 percent as well, with a scattering of minor impressions. The price is firm and layaway is available. $6,000 plus shipping.


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Winchester Custom Shop Model 70 Stainless Featherweight Prototype .270 Winchester with detachable box magazine, one of two made, documented, unfired

Winchester Custom Shop Model 70 Stainless Featherweight .270 Winchester prototype with detachable box magazine. One of only two rifles every made in this configuration, serial number G2025647 is supported by solid documentation and is certainly among the most unique and desirable Model 70 rifles ever presented to the market. Until now, both have remained in the collections of former Winchester employees. Special features include select walnut, single crossbolt, hand-honed action and hand-lapped barrel, jeweled bolt body, Custom Shop proof marking and “stainless colored one piece trigger guard”. All dimensions appear to be standard. CONDITION: The rifle is unfired since proof and remains in virtually new condition with only slight indications of handling and storage. DOCUMENTATION: Letter signed by Don Pind, Winchester Custom Shop Manager, dated February 8, 1993, detailing features and rarity. INCLUSIONS:Two original detachable magazines and a factory cardboard box with hand-written (on tape) model description. The price is firm and a layaway program is available. $12,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester pre-64 Model 70 serial numbers 1 and 2

Absent anything short of absolute certainty these rifles stand among the world’s most important and valuable sporting arms. That they are paired presents an unequaled acquisition opportunity. Both have a captivating history.

According to Roger Rule’s The Rifleman’s Rifle, serial number 1 was marked on January 20, 1936. As Winchester records are unavailable so far as supporting a proper factory letter is concerned, the actual shipping date and destination are unknown. As detailed in Winchester Model 70 No. 1, a feature article appearing in the June, 1990 issue of American Rifleman (copy included), the current owner’s uncle purchased the rifle from a hardware store in Durango, Colorado during the 1937 hunting season. Whether new or used when the sale was wrung, the rifle was already fitted with a Lyman receiver sight. Upon returning from the hunting trip, the owner had the rifle drilled and tapped in order to install a 10x Fecker scope, then hunted with it for the next forty years. In 1977, after using it over the course of several deer seasons, the current owner formally acquired the rifle – it still wearing the Fecker and with the Lyman sight in tow. Staggeringly, another ten years passed before a chance showing resulted in a dealer getting the vapors and blurting out a surprisingly high offer. This sparked a curiosity which lead to the realization that his plain old Model 70 was the first of its kind. With significant reservation, the rifle was retired from hunting after 50 years of faithful and flawless service.

Published in 1982 by Alliance Books, The Rifleman’s Rifle did much to expand and solidify collector interest in Winchester pre-64 Model 70 rifles. Quite naturally, the owner of the number 1 rifle acquired a copy as part of his research. Page 193 carried a photo of serial number 2 from Rule’s collection, and page 52 showed a photo of a letter from Richard Pelton, Winchester’s Director of Marketing dated March 6, 1980. Written to Mrs. Ethel M. Lied, the letter mentions the January 20, 1936 marking date for the number 1 rifle and also states that assembly of Model 70 rifles did not begin until 1937. Pointedly, the letter references Mrs. Lied’s inquiries as to the value of her rifle – serial number 2. No doubt, ownership of the number 2 rifle passed to Roger Rule at approximately this time. At some point thereafter, the number 2 rifle was presented for sale at a major gun show attended by the owner of rifle number 1. As things tend to do, one lead to another and ownership transferred.

To no surprise, both rifles are of standard configuration and chambered in .30-06 Springfield.

Serial number 1 condition: The bore remains smooth, strong and viable. Drilling/tapping for scope mounting includes 2x on the barrel just forward of the rear sight boss and 2x on the front ring. The rear sight is absent and the dovetail is protected with a “plug”. Overall metal finish is approximately 65 percent, as expected after 50 years of use in the hunting fields. Wood integrity is strong (absent cracks or chips). Wood finish condition is approximately 60 percent overall. Checkering is smoothing. Finish is thinning or absent in places and a general distribution of field impressions and scratches are in evidence. The bolt body is faintly marked “1” in electric pencil (or similar).  The Fecker scope is viable and remains optically clear, with surface finish of approximately 70 percent.

Serial number 2 condition: The bore remains smooth, strong and viable. Drilling and tapping for scope mounting includes 2x on the front ring. Overall metal finish is approximately 75 percent. Wood integrity is strong (absent cracks or chips). Wood finish condition is approximately 70 percent overall. Checkering is strong. A general distribution of field impressions and scratches are in evidence. The bolt body is faintly marked “2” in electric pencil (or similar).

Inclusions: In addition to a complete bound set of American Rifleman magazines from 1990 with the referenced article, a personalized letter detailing the known history and transfer details of the rifles will be provided by the owner.

An installment sale may be arranged following a suitable, non-refundable deposit. The pair will not be separated. All transportation arrangements and associated costs are the responsibility of the purchaser. The price is firm at $1,750,000.


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Winchester Custom Shop Super Grade Model 70 .338 Winchester Magnum, CRF, AA English, 98 percent

Winchester Custom Shop Model 70 Super Grade .338 Winchester Magnum. Serial G1592 has a 24-inch barrel with no provision for sights. Features include a controlled round-feeding action, jeweled bolt body and follower, three-position safety and steel bottom metal. STOCK: Shaped from a AA-blank of English walnut with bold directional figure, the stock is finished with wrap checkering, crossbolt, scalloped cheek rest, steel grip cap, Super Grade (inletted) sling swived studs and a Winchester recoil pad. No box or papers. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 8.4 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.5 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright with trace machining chatter (lapping recommended). Metal finish is approximately 98 percent with trace indications of handling and plumming on the guard and safety. Wood is 99 percent. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .375 H&H Magnum, custom AAA-claro, express, 14.6 LOP, over 99 percent

Winchester custom pre-64 Model 70 .375 H&H Magnum. Serial 426244 is a magnum-length factory barreled action featuring a 25-inch tapered heavy sporter barrel, ramped and hooded front sight, custom scalloped island rear sight with adjustable express blade, reprofiled bolt release button, light weight firing pin and steel quick-release rings (30mm medium). Unattributed as to maker, the AAA-grade claro walnut stock is dressed with bordered wrap checkering accented with diamonds, scalloped cheek rest with shadow line, contrasting wood grip cap, double crossbolts, Howell-type inletted sling swivel studs and a Pachmayr recoil pad. The action is glass bedded to forward of the chamber area and on twin aluminum pillars. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.4 pounds and the length-of-pull is 14.6 inches. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Bolt body number matches the receiver. Metal (rust blue) and wood finishes are at least 99 percent as the rifle was never hunted following customization. The price is firm and layaway is available. $4,500 plus shipping.


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Custom Winchester pre-64 Model 70 .416 Remington Magnum, 20-inch, express, magnum-length action, great bore, 95 percent

Winchester pre-64 Model 70 custom .416 Remington Magnum. Based on a magnum-length action, serial 276163 has a 20-inch custom barrel with banded and hooded front sight topped by a red-beaded fiberoptic blade, banded sling swivel stud and a scalloped island rear sight assembly (adjustable, express blade with white sighting line). The stock has been modified with a single crossbolt, full-length glass bedding and an inletted Super Grade sling swivel stud on the toe line. Capacity is four rounds, all feeding smoothly from the magazine. Extractor is strong but does “snap over” a dropped in round with moderate pressure. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 10.0 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.65 inches. The barrel is not marked as to brand and the source of custom work is unattributed. CONDITION: The bore is strong and bright. Refinished at the time of customization, bluing over the barrel and action is approximately 97 percent. Bottom metal appears to retain its original finish and is approximately 95 percent. Stock finish is approximately 98 percent. AMMUNITION: Several boxes of Federal Premium ammunition is available separately. The price is firm and layaway is available. $3,500 plus shipping.


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