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A good condition non-takedown Remington #4 Rolling Block, .22 with 22.5″ octagonal barrel. Condition: 90%  blue on barrel (with a few odd tooling marks), and traces of original color casehardening on receiver. Stock and forend are nice for their age and show no signs of sanding. Excellent shiny bore with distinct rifling! Has a fairly neatly-repaired tang. Action works perfectly, and the trigger pull is crisp. This is a sought-after pre-1899 example. Serial # 5325X on barrel. Has standard fixed rear sight, and the squared-font style “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y.”  barrel marking. I’m assuming that this little rifle is chambered for .22 Short, but the chamber may have been deepened for .22 Long or .22 Long Rifle.   (BMP-331)

$950.00

A Hopkins & Allen “Ranger” single action spur trigger revolver from the late 1880s or early 1890s. Serial # 2388 (under grips). Has a scarce 2-3/4″ octagon barrel with semi-circular sight. 7-Shot fluted cylinder. Chamberd in .22 Long. Nickel-finished spur trigger solid frame action. Has rarely-seen two-piece checkered black or dark brown gutta percha bird’s head grips with floral motif around the screw that have faded to a pleasant medium chocolate brown.  Condition: 80% nickel showing scratches & spots of corrosion. Grips show light wear. The action binds, so this will either be a wall hanger or will require gunsmithing.  Has a lightly pitted bore with visible rifling. (EBE-616)

$295.00

A fairly scarce early 1870s Forehand & Wadsworth sidehammer revolve, in .22 Rimfire. Has no visible serial number. This dainty purse or pocket revolver has a 2 1/2″ octagonal barrel with semi-circular sight, 7-shot fluted cylinder, a side hammer, a spur trigger, and two-piece period (pre-ban) elephant ivory grips. The metal retains 30% of its original nickel finish. Sideplate and sideplate screw are replacements The ivory grips shows small cracks and age-related yellowing. This is either a “wall hanger/paper weight” or will require gunsmithing, because the cylinder does not rotate when the action is cycled. Dark bore with worn rifling. A good representative piece from the early days of Forehand & Wadsworth — circa 1871-1875. It must be early because they discontinued their sidehammer design around 1875. (EAI-872)

$295.00

Scarce Winchester Model 1890 Takedown originally chambered in .22 Short. This takedown rifle was made circa 1893. (Serial # 2823X). This rifle has a very nice even and pleasant patina, it is in very good overall condition for a 125-year-old rifle! It appears to be unaltered except that the magazine tube loading slot is shaped for cartridges longer than .22 Short–most like .22 Long.  Most of the bluing has faded to patina except for the top of the bolt, which still shows most of its factory bluiing. The octagonal barrel is roughly 23″ overall and is marked “22 SHORT”. Markings are crisp, indicating that the metal has never been re-blued. The walnut wood stock and forend are quite nice, with dark original finish, showing no signs of having been refinished, and have just a few dings, primarily of the left side. The bore shows minor corrosion, however it still has very distinct rifling. The screw heads are all in nice shape, with only one showing any signs of ever being inexpertly tightened. The sights appear to be factory original and unaltered. This should make a dandy shooter. And it is a good candidate for chamber deepening to .22 LR. (XWGZ-100)

$2,495.00

A fancy grade H. Pieper Belgian Single Shot Riflem circa mid- to late-1880s.  The underside of the octagonal barrel marked “ED”. Serial # 52X. This little rifle is in remarkable condition, for its age, Very few of these were ever imported into the United States, so this may have been a WWI or WWII bring-back.  Has a nicely checkered stock that is in great shape! Has a very unusual stylized triggerguard. This rifle came from a collection in Illinois. (KPC-426)  $850

$850.00

A scarce .22 Rimfire Stevens New Model 2nd Issue Pocket Rifle. Serial # 930X. (Made before 1897.) Has a 15″ round barrel oct. shank & blue finish. Combination globe front sight with elevation and windage adjustable peep rear sight. Medium-size iron frame with nickel finish, spur trigger, bushed firing pin, mushroom style release button & linkage operated extractor. Has two-piece rosewood grips. Butt has slotted cap for stock attachment. Barrel, frame and stock have matching numbers! Estimated production 15,000, from 1875-1896. Includes an 11-1/2″ nickel finished detachable iron shoulder stock. The rame retains 70% nickel with areas of flaking most prevalent on the right side. The stock retains 40% nickel. Barrel retains 80% dull lightly worn blue. Grips have lightly worn finish with small marks. Bore retains sound rifling showing small spots of very light pitting. All in all, a dandy little Stevens. These ones that are Federally antique are difficult to find. The ATF has exempted all Stevens pocket rifles from the barrel length restrictions of the National Firearms Act of 1934.  (EPIA-643)  $1,600

$1,600.00

A scarce caliber .22 rimfire  Stevens New Model Second Issue Pocket Rifle.  Serial # 1085X places it around 1890. Bbl. Has a 10″ round barrels with octagonal shank and thinning blue finish. Combination globe front sight with “Hunter’s Pet”-style vertically adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Nickel finished medium-sized brass frame with sideplate, mushroom style release button, bushed firing pin & linkage operated extractor. Spur trigger in conjunction with a very nice screw-fastened nickel finished finger curl trigger guard. Two-piece rosewood grips. Butt has slotted cap for stock attachment. Frame, bbl. & stock have matching numbers. Estimated production 15,000, from 1875-1896. Includes an 11 1/2″ nickel finished detachable iron shoulder stock. The stock is in exceptionally nice condition, considering that these were usually just very thinly nickel plated.  The action and stock retain 80% nickel showing spots of flaking & wear. Barrel retains 50% dull faded blue with cleaned area of pitting along the left side. Grips show slightly worn finish. Bore has slightly-darkened appearance with intact rifling showing moderate wear. All in all, a dandy little Stevens. These ones that are Federally antique are difficult to find. The ATF has exempted all Stevens pocket rifles from the barrel length restrictions of the National Firearms Act of 1934.  (EURA-645)

$1,350.00

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