By Dan Shideler
Guns Are an exceptional Investment!
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Shooters, creditors and buyers all agree: Standard Catalog of® Firearms is the single firearms identity and cost consultant that offers you every thing you must purchase, promote, and exchange collectible firearms from round the world.
Illustrated with over 7,500 designated pictures of well-known and imprecise firearms fabricated from 1836 to provide, 2010 average Catalog of® Firearms is an encyclopedic reference consultant to the world's advertisement firearms. do not accept fee courses that provide you with no photographs and one- or two-line descriptions2010 ordinary Catalog of® Firearms comprises every little thing you must gather firearms profitably and enjoyably. it is the gun collector's top assurance policy!
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- Completely up-to-date values for collectible weapons from round the world
- All-new "Value Tracker" positive factors: Colt Pythons, Marlin lever-actions, Winchester version 12 and more!
- Entertaining, informative function articles on Commando hands, Harrington &
- Richardson and Smith & Weston
- 16-page picture part facing classic pepperboxesthe world's first six-shooters!
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G. 50 Cal. Browning Machine gun cartridge. It has a 33" barrel and a special muzzlebrake system. 416 caliber is also available. Exc. G. — Good — Fair — Exc. G. 25 ACP cartridge. It has a 2" barrel, 5-shot magazine, plastic grips and blue or nickel finish. Add 10 percent for nickel. NIB 265 Exc. G. 380 This pistol was a stainless steel copy of the Walther PPKS. 380 ACP. 25" barrel and a 6-shot detachable magazine. An optional feature was a black Teflon finish that would increase the value by 10 percent.
There were several hundred produced in the late 1870s. Tube Hammer Pistol This version was similar to the Bar Hammer with a curved hammer without a spur. There were only a few hundred manufactured between the early 1830s and the early 1840s. Exc. G. 45 caliber percussion. It had a part-octagon barrel that was from 6" to 10" in length. There was a wooden ramrod mounted under the barrel. This model had a good quality rear sight that was adjustable. The ornate trigger guard had a graceful spur at its rear.
8000 Good 4750 Fair — Poor — As above, but with a round body action. Good 2500 Fair 1850 Poor — Model No. 2 Round Body As above, but with round body action. Exc. 5200 Model No. G. G. 4250 Good 2750 Fair 1950 Poor — Model No. 53 Chambered for 12, 16, and 20 gauge. Features three locking lugs and side clips, automatic ejectors and straight grip stock. 1&2 Round Action Exc. G. 2500 Good 1750 Fair 1000 Poor — Model No. 56 Exc. G. 9000 Good 5250 Fair — Poor — This model is available in 12 gauge only and features three locking lugs, side clips, special wide action body, and raised matted rib.