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    Hunter-Hawken. 50 Caliber

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    Connecticut Valley Arms, Inc. (CVA) Hunter-Hawken. 50 caliber. Made in Spain. Black Powder. 28” Octagon barrel. Very Good condition. For sale. Please contact us if interested.
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    The F2000 is a modular weapon system; its principal component is a compact 5.56×45mm NATO-caliber assault rifle configured in a bullpup layout. The F2000 is a selective fire weapon operating from a closed bolt. The rifle consists of two main assemblies: the barreled receiver group and the frame, coupled together by means of an axis pin located above the trigger guard. The barrel group has an integral MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail used to mount optical sights. The frame or lower receiver contains the trigger group, the bolt and bolt carrier assembly, return mechanism and magazine well. A removable handguard is installed in front of the trigger which completes and encloses the trigger guard.
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    IAC Reproduction Cowboy 1897 12 GA. Pump Action.
    Over one million Winchester Model 1897 pump shotguns were produced before they were discontinued in 1957. Most of them were produced before 1925. The IAC Model 97 is faithful to the original design except for added enhancements that improve the safety and performance of these guns.
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    The Smith & Wesson Model 30 is a small-frame, six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .32 Long cartridge. It was based on the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector Model of 1903, and could be had with either a blued or nickel finish. It was a "round butt" I-frame and was produced from 1948 to 1976.[1]
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    The time-tested Colt Governmen6t Model is available in 10mm. Colt was one of the original pioneers in adapting a combat pistol to the potent 10mm cartridge and the first to successfully manufacture a 10mm caliber pistol in the United States. The Colt Delta Elite, s longtime favorite amongst combat pistol shooters, offers the power to hunt medium sized game with near .41 Magnum ballistics in a legendary 1911 style pistol.
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    The Ruger Old Army is a black-powder percussion revolver introduced in 1972 by the Sturm, Ruger company and manufactured through 2008. Models were made with a 7.5" and a 5.5 inch barrel.[1]
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    When Ruger announced the introduction of its Magnum Express rifle in 1989, chambered in the venerable and long extinct .416 Rigby, it was a signal moment. It marked the renaissance of the big bore rifle and of African safaris. For two decades, big bore had meant anything over .30 caliber and interest in such cartridges fell precipitously when discussing anything larger than the .338 Winchester Magnum. The .375 Holland & Holland Magnum was considered overpowered for even the largest game in North America. Winchester's big .458, itself a stop gap against the sudden collapse of the British gun trade in the 1950s, saw less and less use as the 1970s came to a close. In practical terms, big bore for Americans meant the .45-70 Government. Anything more potent was gross and absurd. "What are you gonna do with that thing - hunt elephants?" Hunting the Big Five of Africa was a subject that drew practically no following and the rare special issues of shooting periodicals to cover such subjects were coveted by a dwindling few.
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    Browning BAR in .338 Winchester Magnum. 24" Barrel. 1989 production. Leupold Vari-X III 3.5X10 scope.
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    Smith & Wesson Model 19-4. Aldo known as the .357 Combat Magnum. Double action. K  target Frame. Pinned barrel. Recessed cylinder. 10 groove serrated backstrap. Target trigger and hammer. Red ramp sight, white outline rear sight. These were produced from 1955 to 1999.  
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    The M1903 Springfield, is an American five-round magazine fed, bolt-action service repeating rifle, used primarily during the first half of the 20th century. It was officially adopted as a United States military bolt-action rifle on June 19, 1903, and saw service in World War I. It was officially replaced as the standard infantry rifle by the faster-firing semi-automatic eight-round M1 Garand starting in 1936. However, the M1903 Springfield remained in service as a standard issue infantry rifle during World War II, since the U.S. entered the war without sufficient M1 rifles to arm all troops. It also remained in service as a sniper rifle during World War II, the Korean War, and even in the early stages of the Vietnam War. It remains popular as a civilian firearm, historical collector's piece, and as a military drill rifle.M1903 production was discontinued in favor of the M1903A3. The most noticeable visual difference in the M1903A3 was the replacement of the barrel-mounted rear sight with a smaller, simpler aperture rear sight mounted on the rear of the receiver; it was primarily adopted in order to speed familiarization by soldiers already trained on the M1 Garand, which had a similar sighting system. The M1903 and the M1903A3 rifle were used in combat alongside the M1 Garand by the U.S. military during World War II and saw extensive use and action in the hands of U.S. troops in Europe, North Africa, and the Pacific. The U.S. Marines were initially armed with M1903 rifles in early battles in the Pacific, such as the Battle of Guadalcanal. The U.S. Army Rangers were also a major user of the M1903 and the M1903A3 during World War II with the Springfield being preferred over the M1 Garand for certain commando missions.
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    PISTOL SPECIFICATIONS: MANUFACTURER: COLT MODEL: PYTHON SERIAL #: 46332 FINISH: BLUE CALIBER: .357 MAGNUM BARREL LENGTH: 6 inches SIGHTS: rear: white outline, front: black ramp CAPACITY: 6 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1965 GRIPS: WOOD NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: N/A BOX: NO PAPERS: NO TOOLS: NO CONDITION: Very Good to Excellent. Slight discoloration at tip of barrel on either side. Possibly from some holster wear. Grips are nice and sharp. Barrel is like new.
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    PISTOL SPECIFICATIONS: MANUFACTURER: Colt MODEL: Python SERIAL #: T23268 FINISH: Blue CALIBER: .357 magnum BARREL LENGTH: 4” SIGHTS: rear: adjustable, front: white ramp CAPACITY: 6 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1983 GRIPS: wood NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: n/a BOX: yes PAPERS: yes TOOLS: n/a CONDITION: Excellent, like new condition. PRICE: $5,000.00
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    PISTOL SPECIFICATIONS: MANUFACTURER: COLT MODEL: PYTHON SERIAL #: E25517 FINISH: BLUE CALIBER: .357 MAGNUM BARREL LENGTH: 6" SIGHTS: REAR: ADJUSTABLE WHITE OUTLINE FRONT: RED RAMP CAPACITY: 6 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1971 GRIPS: WOOD NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: N/A BOX: YES PAPERS: YES TOOLS: N/A CONDITION: VERY GOOD CONDITION. PAPERS INCLUDE FACTORY TEST TARGET. PRICE: $3,500.00
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    PISTOL SPECIFICATIONS: MANUFACTURER: COLT MODEL: MARK IV SERIES 70 SERIAL #: 70B53624 FINISH: BLUE CALIBER: .45ACP BARREL LENGTH: 5" SIGHTS: REAR: MILITARY STYLE FRONT: MILITARY STYLE CAPACITY: 8 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1980-1983 GRIPS: WOOD NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: 1 BOX: YES PAPERS: YES TOOLS: NO CONDITION: BRAND NEW IN THE BOX. EXCELLENT CONDITION. SPECIAL FEATURES: AMBIDEXTROUS SAFETY FROM FACTORY
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    The Model 1. The Most Popular American Derringer. .357 MAGNUM or .38 SPECIAL Length: 4.82 inches Barrel: 3 inches Height: 3.35 inches Frame width: .9 inch Grip width: 1.2 inches Weight: 15 oz. 2-shots with automatic barrel selection All American Derringers are equipped with a manually operated Hammer Block type safety. The safety automatically disengages when the hammer is cocked.
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    PISTOL SPECIFICATIONS: MANUFACTURER: High Standard MODEL: Sentinel Snub Revolver R-108 TYPE: Revolver SERIAL #: 2135822 FINISH: Black CALIBER: .22 caliber short, long, long rifle BARREL LENGTH: 2” SIGHTS: rear: fixed, front: fixed CAPACITY: 9 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: unknown GRIPS: polymer NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: n/a BOX: yes PAPERS: no TOOLS: n/a CONDITION: Excellent, like new condition. PRICE: $450.00