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Star Model M semi-auto pistol
serial #767894, 9mm Largo (a.k.a. 9x23mm Bergmann-Bayard), 5" barrel with an excellent bore. Overall this 1962-1963 manufactured pistol retains 99% plus of its original factory blue finish. The hammer retains about 95% of its case-hardened colors with light silvering on the edges. The mottled brown plastic grips are in like new condition. A single, eight round magazine is included with the pistol. The checkering on the hammer is in excellent condition but, the checkering on the grip frame exhibits light flattening on some of the points. The frame exhibits proper proof and date marks. The word "Spain" is stamped on the front of the triggerguard and the model number on the butt next to the serial number. A properly numbered factory box in near excellent condition is provided with the pistol. (86081-3 Amoskeag Auction
Colt British Contract 1911 Pistol
serial #W92124, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent, bright bore. This is a World War I contract pistol (now equipped with a 45 ACP barrel and magazine) that has British Broad Arrow and crossed pennants acceptance stamps on the left side of the slide. The metal has retained 85-90% of the original blue finish that has silvered along the edges and faded to mottled gray along the mainspring housing. Small surface scratches are present along the edges of the top radius and on the frontstrap with mild freckling starting to appear in spots on the slide and frame. The "HS" marked, World War II 45 ACP barrel has about 60-70% of its original dark gray phosphate finish remaining with the balance worn bright. The checkered walnut double-diamond grips are in good condition with moderate-heavy flattening of the points, especially on the right panel, and several handling marks and blemishes at the butt on the left side. A single 45 ACP lanyard loop magazine is included. This is a fine "W" prefix pistol which could be reconverted to 455 Auto quite easily with the proper barrel and magazine. (75196-5) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Ruger Redhawk revolver
serial #500-42318, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The brushed stainless steel surfaces are in excellent condition and rate 99% overall. There is a turn ring present on the cylinder and a few scattered, light handling blemishes on the other surfaces. The smooth hardwood grips are in like new condition. The revolver features a white outline rear sight and red ramp front. Accessories are comprised of a factory box, manual and paperwork. (86360-3) Amoskeag Auction
Colt Third Generation Single Action Revolver
serial #SA33574, 44 Special & 44-40 W.C.F., 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely condition revolver includes a spare 44-40 cylinder adding tremendous value and versatility to the gun. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue finish with faint turn ring on the 44 Special cylinder and none on the spare cylinder. The frame has beautiful case-hardened colors with a few minor scratches. The checkered synthetic factory eagle grips rate excellent and are correctly numbered to the gun. The 44 Special cylinder is numbered to the gun and the spare cylinder has the caliber stamped on the face. The gun includes an original fair to good condition factory woodgrain box that is correctly end labeled for the 44 Special and numbered to the gun plus paperwork. A lovely condition third "genny" Colt that appears to have seen little if any use. (88218-55) {MODERN} [Ken Waters Collection] Amoskeag Auction
Sharps Model 1852 Slant Breech Carbine
serial #6332, .52 cal. percussion, 21 1/2" barrel with a bright very good plus bore which shows only sparse minor oxidation, primarily in the grooves and some sparse light pitting. The barrel is a pewter and speckled smooth brown patina with minor oxidation staining showing lightly scattered pinprick pitting but is primarily smooth. The frame, lockplate and hammer are silvery speckled case-hardened patina, also with minor oxidation staining, the hammer showing some very light pinprick pitting. The rear grasping portion of the lock is burnished to a more mottled smoky gray-brown. The lever has toned primarily to a warm brown patina and the sling ring bar is present on the left side of gun, the ring is not. Brass is a nice tarnished ochre patina with sharp edges. All markings in metal remain clear and legible. The straight grip walnut buttstock and forend rate excellent showing much original varnish and only minor dings and handling marks from the years of use. The lock is crisp and the barrel is numbered to the gun. Most of these early carbines saw hard use, this is really a very nice example overall in a seldom-encountered state of condition. (38158-7) {ANTIQUE} Amoskeag Auction
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